35 Burst results for "Seven Six"

Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally

"Tyler hero had thirty one points and eight rebounds in the heats one hundred ninety two comeback win over the pistons Miami trail by nine before opening the fourth quarter on a twenty seven six Ron heroes back to back three pointers cut the deficit to seventy seven seventy four Jimmy Butler and bam Adebayo each provided fifteen points nine boards in the heats fifth win in six games Kyle Lowry added fifteen points eight assists and six boards for Miami Detroit led fifty three forty seven at halftime before finishing one and four on its five game homestand Jeremy grant had twenty one points and seven boards for the pistons I'm the ferry

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Lindor's 3rd Homer Lifts Mets Whistling Past Yanks 7-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Lindor's 3rd Homer Lifts Mets Whistling Past Yanks 7-6

"Francisco Lindor blasted three home runs the last break in six six tiny planning to give the Mets a seven six victory over the Yankees Lindores game winner came off Chad green and ending after he and Giancarlo Stanton exchange words while Stanton was rounding the bases after his two run Homer tied the score at six causing both benches to clear myself for sure means there is a cool moment in my career specially being a subway series Lindores first summer was a three month shot in the second inning to put the Mets up for two his second came in the sixth and give the Mets a six point lead the Yankees have now lost eight of nine Tom Merriam New York

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Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10

"The brace pulled out a seven six win over the nationals on jock Peterson's walk off single in the bottom of the tenth have been suing the bag great just get a good pitch that I could put a swing swing on and put the barrel on it and it was a came out successful in that that's huge Stephen Vogt hit two solo homers for Atlanta which took two of three in the series Freddie Freeman Adam duvall and Jorge Soler also went deep as the Braves extended their division lead to three and a half games over the Phillies with the Mets five games back in the NL east Washington led five four after Luis Garcia's eighth inning Homer then tied at six six one lane Thomas tripled and scored in the ninth Jacob Webb retired the side in order in the tenth to earn the win I'm Dave Ferrie

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Leylah Fernandez Tops Elina Svitolina, Advances to US Open Semifinals

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Leylah Fernandez Tops Elina Svitolina, Advances to US Open Semifinals

"Canadian teenager light level mandates continues to amaze at the US open now into the semi finals after a stunning upset over the fifth St Elena Svitolina Fernandes backed up earlier wins over defending champion di OB Osaka and the former world number one Angelique Kerber with the fighting six three three six seven six victory securing it seven points to five in the tie break up she now takes on the second seat arena sampling go up to her window of about for a quick check of a in men's action second say dental Medvedev is through to a final four clash with Felix ownership of his name I'm grandma goes

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Djokovic Lets Emotions Show at US Open; No. 1 Barty Loses

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Djokovic Lets Emotions Show at US Open; No. 1 Barty Loses

"Shelby Rogers has produced the biggest win of her career becoming the only American player to reach U. S. open women's fourth round this year with a stunning six two one six seven six win over world number one ash body she finally secured the upset seven points to five in the third set tie breaker in a battle that lasted more than two hours yes I am stunned by heart rate still very much elevated I'm very excited without when American successes in the menstrual as well with Raleigh okay okay and Jenson Brooksby both reaching the last sixteen the twenty year old Brooks bay the youngest American bile to decide since Andy Roddick in two thousand and two he next takes on world number one Novak Djokovic I'm grand like us

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The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open

"Women's defending champion Naomi Osaka has been upset in the U. S. open third round by the Canadian Layla Fernandez the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four after an increasingly frustrated Osaka blew a chance to say that the match in straight sets Osaka says she might now take an indefinite break from tennis American hud Frances tiafoe guardian on the upset action as well knocking out the fifth seeded Russian Andrei Rublev six one in the fifth set third St Stefano sits Abbas also fell on a day of absence losing a roller coaster FISA to the Spanish teenager colors all colors on Graham I goes

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Alcaraz, 18, Upends No. 3 Tsitsipas at US Open; Osaka Out

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Alcaraz, 18, Upends No. 3 Tsitsipas at US Open; Osaka Out

"I only all soccer is being upset in the U. S. open third round blowing a chance to serve out the match in straight sets eventually falling in a two hour battle to the Canadian light weapon and is the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four I just went on court with a lot of confidence on my serve trusting interesting that I'm going to hit my target said when I needed to and then and I did a soccer was rusty having skipped both the French Open and Wimbledon this year and lost her way in the match beginning late in the second set off and tossing her racket in frustration she may now take a break from the game immense action the third St Stefano sits a bus was stunned by the eighteen year old Spaniard Carlos o'connor has one in the fifth set tiebreaker I'm grand like us

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Djokovic Tops Teen "Ruuune!" at US Open in Calendar Slam Bid

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Djokovic Tops Teen "Ruuune!" at US Open in Calendar Slam Bid

"Men's top seed Novak Djokovic has been pushed in his opening round match at the U. S. open the Serbs are priced at only on by the aggressive play of eighteen year old hotel room there's a ranked a hundred and forty five in the world Djokovic eventually prevailed six one in the fourth women's top seed ash Barty was also pushed finally other coming Italian veteran fears on arrival six one seven six twenty four year old Maxime Cressy led the American charge into the second round with the biggest upset in the men's draw defeating the nonstate Pablo Carreno Busta in five sets I'm Graham like us

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Orioles Snap 19-Game Skid With 10–6 Win Over Angels

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Orioles Snap 19-Game Skid With 10–6 Win Over Angels

"The Orioles nineteen game losing streak is over after they turn to six to deficit into a ten six victory over the angels Ramona reissued Kelvin Gutierrez drew bases loaded walks to put the Orioles up seven six in the eighth inning just before pinch hitter Austin Hays added a two run double Cedric Mullins entity sometime there and DJ Stewart homered for the Orioles who fell two shy of the ale record for consecutive losses they said nineteen eighty eight angels Shohei Ohtani allowed three homers on the mound struck out three times at the plate and left the game after five innings I'm the ferry

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Biden Grapples With the Ghosts of Saigon

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Biden Grapples With the Ghosts of Saigon

"Obviously today's top stories afghanistan and the overrunning of the country by the taliban. This probably makes many of us think which did to me. Right away of south at phnom. Where do you remember that desperate vietnamese. We're trying to fleet at the last helicopter leaving from saigon. I can still see that. It's heartbreaking and we never seem to learn our lesson and resident biden. it's i call now. Was there all those many years ago to. I agree with dennis that we couldn't afford to leave. And you can let me know what you think. One eight seven seven six. We should've kept some troops there to make sure this disaster did not happen again but a disaster it is for those who gave their lives and their service all these many years. Actually i shouldn't say years many years for the afghanistan citizens who will be subject to the rule in retribution. No doubt of these monsters to those who sided with us in any way who will meet very uncertain. Fates how would you like to be an afghanistan noun they hunt you down and search for you because of your involvement supporting the united states to the reputation of our country even of the weapons. Who lost what i read. Did you see that sean. There are more. I helicopters that they captured equipment than tons of countries. Even half. this is an utter failure and also sends a message of lack of american will and leadership. It's an unmitigated disaster. That could have been averted. President trump made it clear that he would never have tolerated the taliban taking over in this manner he would've ordered. I believe this for sure he would avoid the full power of our military to make sure we didn't flee from afghanistan with the taliban threatening our troops. where was the planning. We're was the orderly transition

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The Miracle Balm From Jones Road Is This Summer's Best Makeup

Gloss Angeles

02:16 min | 4 months ago

The Miracle Balm From Jones Road Is This Summer's Best Makeup

"To my surprise and delight the jones road. Instagram people reached out to me. And said hey kirby we would love to send you like a care package of jones road products. My god they reached out to me too and i did not respond. Sell me on it. I was like jumping for joy. I was literally about ashikari. And just by it myself. Because i think the hero product out of all of it is this product called the miracle bomb. They sent me a kit so right now on the website. They have a kit like a summer. Kit were. There's like four or five products put together for you in smaller packaging so you can kind of get a taste alive that thing without having to like fully die then you know. That's like one of the things. I think i miss about beauty counters and from like the os in the nineties is like shopping at clinic and then they gave you like a little sampler travel bag gift with purchase. I loved those. Yes yes so this miracle bomb. This is the all natural shade. It's point three. Oh ounces okay. So compared to the one point seven six ounce that like is the big mama. It's a little bit smaller. But it's so much product in a tiny little jar and i was so excited to get on my face. So what does the miracle bomb. It is the secret of no makeup makeup. Bobby likes to say it's a wash of soft focus moisture to perfect it enhance the skin so this is a true bomb when you put it on your skin like on your cheek or on your nose. It has more of a matte. Finish matt but it's more soft focus. It's not super do we or shiny like some people may expect from a ball guests. It is a true bomb. And i love the soft focus. Because what does that mean. It means your pores you're gonna look less prominent sometimes with highlighter. When you put it on the bridge of your nose or for me especially. It's like hello pours. Yeah out in about with this. You take a little bit with If you have a spatula or like the end of your your makeup brush you take it out of the jar and warming up in your hands and then kinda dab it on your

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Realmuto, Hoskins Help Streaking Phils Rally Past Nats 7-6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Realmuto, Hoskins Help Streaking Phils Rally Past Nats 7-6

"The Phillies are within a half game of the NL east leading Mets after putting together a four run ninth to complete a four game sweep of Washington seven six the nationals lead five three into a J. T. Realmuto one Reece Hopkins hit two run doubles in the ninth sending the Phillies to their fifth win a row Bryce Harper homered in the second against his former team but the Phillies wasted an early two nothing lead and trailed five two following Josh bell's three run Homer in the fifth the Phillies have made up for games on the met since Sunday and begin a series with New York in Philadelphia on Friday I'm Dave very

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Detroit Pistons Select Cade Cunningham 1st in 2021 NBA Draft

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Detroit Pistons Select Cade Cunningham 1st in 2021 NBA Draft

"We're about to give picks they did something different. This time they had all the guys walk out with their families. I really liked it. All right so It looks like the pistons take cunningham. Kfc we okay with that great. That's the right decision. It's kinda. I wouldn't call it a no brainer but 'cause that's speaks to evan moberly and jalen green how talented they are But it's as close to a no brainer as it gets when you're talking about a guy who's six foot seven six four eight can play. Who can shoot off the dribble who can defend multiple positions. Who's a leader. Who works hard. Like for the pistons. Here with their current roster. You know as troy weaver said everybody's a fit Became cunningham is especially at fit next to their backcourt with killian hayes city bay in the front court and i say a stewart. I love their young core in the pistons finally have hoped

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Conforto HR in 9th, Mets Overcome Early Gaffe to Top Pirates

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Conforto HR in 9th, Mets Overcome Early Gaffe to Top Pirates

"That's avoided a three game sweep with the seven six comeback win at Pittsburgh New York trailed six nothing in the first inning one day after the Mets Lewis six nothing lead in the walk off loss to the box this time it was Michael Conforto supplying a two run Homer in the ninth inning pitcher Travis Blankenhorn got the Mets within six four with a three run blast in the fourth his first major league Homer the Mets survived a brain cramp by pitcher Taijuan Walker who swatted away a dribbler that was still in fair territory three runs scored on the play well Walker argued the call I'm Dave Ferrie

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20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal

"Not a jagged edges tough that aforesaid whenever Matteo Derren teeny to claim his six Wimbledon crown the world number one was far from convincing during the three hour and twenty three minute battle but in the end found just enough to bump the Italians pal and win six seven six four six four six three it was his third consecutive win at the all England club and now ties with thirty four year old Serb and twenty career major titles with thirty nine year old Roger Federer and thirty five year old Rafael Nadal is also on track to become the first player since rod laver in nineteen sixty nine to win a calendar year grand slam only needs now is a U. S. open I'm Graham like us

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Back in Wimbledon Final, Djokovic to Face Italy's Berrettini

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Back in Wimbledon Final, Djokovic to Face Italy's Berrettini

"Other Djokovic has won through to his seventh Wimbledon final but not before a hard fought battle against rising Canadian star Denis Shapovalov the suit used all his experience to find it because of intense seven six seven five seven five when the took two out of forty four minutes to complete they will now chase a sixth Wimbledon crown and a twentieth career grand slam title that would pull him level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to do so he must beat the Italian seven save a tail Berra's teeny he reached his first major final with a full set win over the poll about a catch I'm going to make us

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Pliskova to Play Barty in Women's Wimbledon Final

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Pliskova to Play Barty in Women's Wimbledon Final

"There will be a new name on the women's trophy at Wimbledon this year with the world double an ash body of the eighth seed Karolina Pliskova advancing to the ladies final it's the first time for both of them there at the all England club and both advanced in the hard hitting semifinals body produced her best form of the championship debate the two thousand eighteen champion on Julie curva closing out the match six three seven six in one hour twenty seven minutes that match was was a great level the best level I've played in quite some time and I think and he's an incredible competitor and she brought out the best in me today please go ahead to work for almost two hours before advancing coming back from a set down to beat the second seed on a separate link a six four in the third I'm Graham I got out

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Roger Federer Routed at Wimbledon; Novak Djokovic Into Semifinals Again

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Roger Federer Routed at Wimbledon; Novak Djokovic Into Semifinals Again

"Roger Federer is hopeful won more Wimbledon championship have been dashed in the quarterfinals the thirty nine year old well beaten six three seven six six love by the fourteenth seeded pole who that hit catch you next takes on the tail Berra's teeny most often over the last few games of it says you can feel that you know coming back from it the thirty nine year old veteran now faces the fact that I tried another joke of it is just two wins away from equalling his twenty grand slam titles that after the Serb cruised past the Hungarian Marton fix if it's in straight sets to set up a semi final showdown with Denis Shapovalov the Canadian reached the final four for the first time in five sets of a Karen Khachanov I'm grandma goes

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"seven six" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

16:09 min | 1 year ago

"seven six" Discussed on The Grid

"Play and I know how much work it is like. I see them talking about it. I see the study understand. How much goes into it? And it's just not something that I was willing to do because it meant that I would give up like you say my broadcasting career and for me that is the I love. That's my passion. That's my career. I never actually had a dream about going pro. I love playing and I loved playing so much back then. I used to get to play a ton which was amazing for like sponsorship deals and I got to play a certain amount of events all over the world. I've played events that I mean I had no right being in for those Brian's but it was amazing The yet no. There's never a time. I wanted to go pro or thought that I had what it took to go pro really but for a few years there where you were released accessible and poker both in the Irish open and in the main event of the World Series. You actually had broke some records. Were being like the first female to cash so deeply in back to back main events as a feminist. That must've felt really good to you I don't remember if I knew that. At the time to be honest I guess if it was a big deal at the time I guess I would have known that I remember. I was sad that I didn't get to be the last woman standing. Even though that's kind of a silly title I was still you know a little like bombed because it was a it was a milestone. You know on the way to the final table that I was looking for. I loved being able to be good poker. I'll be honest. Like having success. Felt amazing and it just felt really good to be at the tables when things were going right but I just didn't have the discipline for when things weren't going right to go back study super hard. Do all the work that needs to be done. If you're going to be a great player you have to not just kind of ride the highs you have to be able to dig down and and do all the hard study and that I think is what really makes pro standout for the hard work that they do. It's hard work I've seen it. I've seen it so much that I kind of know. That's just not who I am when you are doing your broadcasting for both espn for eight eight eight. Do you feel like all that work gives you a lot of insight when you do play like what kind of things do you think that you pick up on potentially tells wise from being on both sides of that. It's funny because when I was first starting out. I heard the story about like one of the first big televised. Europeana vans that. I think I think the one that John Dot the one and people used to say they wondered if he could tell like the strength of people's hands based on which red lights were on which cameras because he was a TV director. Like I remember thinking of funny. That was because yeah it would be something that we would never even thought about in in European television poker at the time and he's a great director great poker player too and I loved working with them when I did but I don't know I guess you know there's nothing that released down out of my mind for like understanding tells and all of that 'cause I don't tend to watch all of the poker that's happening when I'm at work. I am listening to it. I've got an earpiece in and it'll be listening to the table talk and I'll be listening to the dealer but I'm also working on other stuck at the time so I don't really get to. You know unless I turn around in my chair and look at the flop and I check out what's happening I don't really get to see it Until I'm kind of watching back before I do an interview. You know that's funny that game integrity issue with cameras you. I'd never thought of that. That like right. If a lot of cameras are swarming around a table that they're also the earpieces and they might know that the hand is going to be critical and somebody's GonNa get knocked out. That's yeah it's it's not the same anymore I should say that because because of game integrity we don't know like all of us with your pieces we just don't know they're just trying to like go for famous. Faces are big stacks and so nobody has to worry. That's not something that you should be paying attention to when you're at the tables for the amount of the world series of poker now but you know back in the day fifteen years ago or whatever maybe televised poker. We weren't thinking about it. So much freight okay. So now. They're not allowed to do that. Because it would be too easy to figure stuff out that that's that's really interesting. Oh Wow so I want to move on to talk a little. Bit About your new podcast. The heart of Poker Which I was really excited to To see that you came out with a podcast because it has a unique format. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah and thanks for giving me a shot take. Kinda talk about it because it is something that I'm really excited about. It's called the heart of poker so it's really about Getting to the heart of the people behind the cards. It's not a poker strategy. Podcast in any way shape or form and we never really talked poker almost at all what it is about twenty five years ago. A group of psychologists came up with a list of thirty six progressively more personal questions that to strangers could sit down and ask each other like on a pseudo date and then maybe they would fall in love. They wanted to test this to see if you could hack intimacy and get strangers to fall in love so I love this idea the New York Times article on this whole study like five years ago I think and I remember reading it and being fascinated so when I got the opportunity from eighty eight to do a podcast I was like. Oh this is what I WANNA do. I WANNA sit down and it's a modified list. Obviously thirty six questions would just take forever but I ask them some of these questions and it really is Kinda diving into their their personality. Their like their childhood what their dreams are what they're scared of like. It's the kind of questions you'd want to ask someone. I guess on a first date and my hope is to make the poker audience fall in love with these people in a totally new way and I hope that's happening. Well Yeah I think it's I think it's great and I just love how the questions are are so intimate and you know as you listen to you and your gas talk about them. You can't help a kind of like daydream about what you and your loved ones would say also which just is a really nice experience. It's also like a great escape because sometimes I feel like there's a lot of podcast right now that focus a lot on news even even when they're about hobbies sports because obviously there's still a lot of intersection with the news so this just feels very like intimate and also a kind of very bubble experience which is nice. Yeah I kind of wanted it to be that way. So it's sort of not set in time in any way I was assuming that I was going to travel a lot this year for poker so I wanted to do most of them live with the people. It's only audio podcasts. But still looking at someone in the face and kind of maybe having a drink while you do it changes the feeling of it really rather than doing it over the Internet but obviously nobody's traveling so that's not going to happen but I just remember that nobody gets to travel and I got sad. Sorry what we're talking about while you're T I wanted to go back to the genesis of the podcast so you read this article in The New York Times. Say like five years ago. Eight asked you to do a podcast like at what point? These two ideas connected you like you know just brainstorm with your husband or friends or eight eight eight team or did it. Did you already kind of have it in your back pocket and you were looking for the right opportunity to spring it out. They told me that they wanted me to start something for twenty twenty and it was just before the end of last year and there wasn't a lot of time because they wanted me to do the first episode with Chris. Mormon in London live when I was there with him and it was like ten days away or something. I really did. Just have to brainstorm as much as possible and I. I'm really lucky 'cause I'm not doing the technical side of it. That's all match our who I think a lot of people in Poker No. He's fantastic at what he does and he has his own company now in Canada. They're doing the editing for me and he's also consulting with me on it so we just kind of by what's up talked back and forth than we're like throwing ideas around and then I said well this is something I've been thinking about and we fleshed it out together and it was nice to have him to really bounce ideas off of so you're messaging with Matt. Show and it somehow some point like you just mentioned this idea and then it just kind of hit. Yeah yeah it just kind of rang true as we were saying like? We don't WanNa do something. That's already being done really well. So like there's so many great podcasts yours included in this game. And there's a lot of great strategy podcasts. Already that's not my niece. That's not going to be something that I'm going to really bring something interesting in new to what I love to do with poker and my interviews as I really enjoy getting to know the people. That's kind of my thing when I do. The world series main event the day before the final table. I get to talk to all of the final table lists and I just sit down with my little voice recorder and I ask them all the questions that I want to ask. And then that is the information that. I used to do my my piece to camera so I write it all up like who he has on the rail or what this means to his family or you know whatever and in that time. I always find that I like. I feel warm and affectionate towards a lot of the players. Because they're really opening up to me in a different way and I get to see kind of inside their mind and inside their heart and family and understand what this might mean to them in a different level and I wanted to translate that into the podcast I wanted to like give the poker listeners that experience that I just really value in my job and I did look up the list before this interview. And there's one I know that you you actually. I think you you mentioned it. But you didn't actually directly ask somebody but it's a it's a brutal on like what the person in your life that you would be most devastated if they died for you and I would be so easy so it wouldn't be that easy. We're we're moms wine so yeah I mean there's no choice there for a lot of people. It would be very difficult. So That's interesting. That's on the list and I guess that's why that kind of taboo Question can get you really close to somebody right because you're telling you're talking about the unspeakable in a way. Yeah absolutely and you're doing it at the end or towards the end because there's three sets of questions that you kind of break it into really easy can icebreakers and then more middling questions in them really personal ones at the end and I think you have to work your way up to those like whether it's a date or whether it's a podcast because if you just kind of dive in with that people are going to be like. Yeah that's just a little over the line you know. It's it's not an appropriate question. You really have to gauge it. So I have a bunch of questions kind of in front of me and then based on how I think it's going those kind of pick and choose from those if you were playing poker and there was impression on the list that you could ask someone like in a hand..

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"seven six" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"seven six" Discussed on The Grid

"This is like I don't know seven years ago. Eight years ago for me like I Canadian. So hockey fine basketball gray baseball cool. I'm good with all of those you know but like American football for me I I don't really watch it. I'm sorry that is so am I mean I don't watch football either but I know that we have there are so many fans of you and poker and it would be just like such a thrill to see you in that role and as a feminist I. I also know how prepared and intelligent you are and asking questions so I can certainly see lake while it's great to have kept doing the poker world. They can imagine this multi-diverse where you were in football and you. I would probably watch football man. Thank you Yeah it would have been a different way to take my life. I would still be living in the states. I would you know like my whole life would be different so it's one of those sliding doors kind of things. Let's go back to the hand before we completely move on modest Cara but you didn't win over four hundred thousand dollars in this yeah. It was a pretty good win. Yeah how did you feel about that in like in? Which ways did it concretely? Change Your Life. I mean I'd earning had a win on television. Actually I won something called like the Sports Star Challenge which was a nice chunk of money and then I went deep at the world series of poker but this was by far the most that I'd ever wanted one shot at all so I paid off my dad's and that was really good. I'd actually I'd had a really tough few years before this really tough actually and so I had a lot of debts that accrued. I've been paying off if I bet I was able to just wipe everything away and have kind of a fresh start but I remember when it happened To the money obviously the casino kind of hold for you. And then you send them your details in the you know send it over to and it was so. Surreal to me like it felt so completely. Surreal and not part of my life. That I didn't even contact them to send the money to me for like a couple of weeks. A friend of mine had to be like okay. Carrot you're being ridiculous just do this and I think part of me was scared that it just wasn't true. They meant so much to me. It's end so much to my life to have this cushion to be able to kind of leave a job. That wasn't working for me and be able to kind of branch out on my own and I guess I was just a little bit scared to trust that it was true. Which is my sound a bit crazy now but yeah time it was just a little too much because you're Canadian rate so the the debt that a lot of Americans who are unfortunately very familiar with like student dead and healthcare and stuff like that can amount to such massive amounts. Yeah did you have anything in your life had accrued to such a large amount that you had to spend most of the four hundred k. On it Oh God no thankfully no. I was very lucky with that. Yeah I was living in this in England at the time as well as living in London which meant that you know Poker then was non taxable. Whatever you put it on your tax returns obviously that you'd one this money but it wasn't taxable income which was awesome so I like there were pieces that went out and add swapped with a few people whatever but the rest of it was for me and then I paid off these debts that had kind of just needed to get cleared away. Most of it was due to the fact that I actually had bought with my first husband. We'd bought a flat in London. And we just got really hosed on it. It had this terrible lease and we couldn't get the least changes we couldn't sell the thing and it was just going like it was a negative value and then I was going to go bankrupt and it was a whole thing really bad And this just kind of allowed me to wipe all of that away because I had to take on a bunch of debt just to get rid of that problem so that was like a breath of fresh air for me. It was like such a relief. It changed my life absolutely. I mean being able to just take a mistake and erase it because of something. Great that happened to you but this this particular hand you could say that you started getting lucky and then you've got unlucky by the river really shows like your your personality and and your composure. But I I gotta ask earlier in the event you know getting yourself the final table. There's anything that you can say was your biggest talent and poker because not only. Did you do really well in this event? But you also a back to back had deep runs. In the main event that was an eight and nine What was your your biggest gift in poker. I think thankfully I had good instincts so because a lot of the time I couldn't rely on memory and even the players I played against for a long time I wouldn't be able to concretely. Say They have done this in the spots. I've seen these hands turned over. I would have to go with my feeling about them because I wouldn't be able to remember the actual details so thankfully I have pretty good instincts. I'm not sure if that's the same as it as it used to be. I don't think it is but at the time I was really in a way kind of clued into what was happening at the table and that was where I I really succeeded. I had a partner at the time. And he he was very good at poker and he used to tell me that I was the best player who never worked on their game at all that he'd ever seen and I always thought that was funny and a little insulting but you know why insulting because you actually were working on your game. Yeah just not in the same way. But that's fair that's fair for someone who worked on his game all the time. I could see why he would say that. It was pretty funny. And so when you say good instincts you just mean generally the like what we would think of is having a gut instinct when your opponent was bluffing. Or are evaluating. Yeah I think I was very good at gathering information and kind of processing it in a way that I may not have been able to access in terms of like the. This is the range of hands at this player. Would play in this spot because of what? I've seen and I've seen this many hands where he's shown down in these spots and Baba like that's not stuff I would be able at the time to say now my brain unfortunately doesn't retain that kind of information but I would be able to like my brain is still processing that information and thankfully I was good at being able to process and have that like this is a situation where I think this person is whatever doing XYZ and a lot of the time my ego would get in the way obviously like I did not put him on Queens. I honestly was thinking. You know. This is probably one of those situations where I'm the only woman at the table and I haven't been playing very long and there's a bunch of pros they think I'm just gonNA fold and so they're just trying to push me around. That's my own. That's my own bias. That comes through. They're not get in the way but a lot of the time. I had good instincts. I mean I'm sure there are other hands in this event where people were three venue a lot. So it was based on some kind of pattern recognition. Even if not an immediate memory yeah pattern. Recognition is how I used to actually describe it and it was something that I really loved and I always loved playing games that involved kind of pattern recognition as well and I found them very soothing. And I you know I kind of enjoy that whole process I was also very aggressive at the time and people you know wouldn't have expected it from me so. I think I got a lot more credit than I deserved some of the times for my hands. but yeah like. I said there was a situation where I got down to. I think it was two and a half big blinds and we were still a b three tables or four tables left in the tournament and it was because of a big bluff and obviously went wrong and it took him forever to call though. And so you know wasn't a terrible. I was pretty aggressive and it got me pretty far. Thankfully he and I seen you on TV playing back in the days where I felt like you were also pretty ahead of your time in some way with like push fold strategy team to me like I saw some sometimes where you were short staffed and you really were you. How many big blinds? You should be jamming with and stuff more. Perhaps than other players I. I don't know that seemed to be my observation. Is it true that you studied that or not not so much? I mean I did a bid but not as much as is a lot of people have by the time that kind of became more of a thing that people talked about in terms of strategy wasn't playing quite as much at that point so yeah but I did have in my head and idea of like this is this is one. You know the effect of sack is this is the kind of I guess range. Although I'm not sure I would have thought of it in terms ranges at the time This is the range of hands that I'm going to be shoving and this is rain. Japan's folding or not. I don't think I it was not a super conscious thing for me. So after you won this four hundred k. Did you think about becoming super series about poker and just kind of like dropping the hosting anchoring commentary side just becoming the best poker player in the world? God No no not ever. I've never ever ever thought about becoming a pro. Like one of the things about my job is that I spend my time round of pros and I get to ask them all the questions and I spend hours and days at poker tournaments watching them.

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"seven six" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"seven six" Discussed on The Grid

"Seven days officer each episode. I'll interview another top poker player personality about their hand once combos taken. It's gone so this podcast will become progressively more difficult as hands like ace. King are moved from the head whether you spend hours poring over grids as you study poker loved. Listen the had history pause while grinding cash or just interested in absurd scavenger hunts. We're GONNA have some cards dealer of hit me. They seem he's awesome down. Low everyone and welcome back to the great. I am so thrilled today to have Cara Scott on the show. Cara is a poker player. Espn anger podcast. Hose and on a personal level. I love that. She isn't unapologetic advocate for human rights. She is.

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"seven six" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"seven six" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"seven six" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Seven six military analyst retired lieutenant colonel Robert Maginnis says north Korea's conducted another missile test toward US allies Kim Jong on the chairman of impending Yang in north Korea's xcelerated missile tests in this past week they launched two more into the east I see this as the north's leaders threatened his adversaries recently he claimed that they were major multi rocket launchers that would be used against their adversaries and of course that really the US Japan and South Korea this is the US military has moved our troops into the DMZ in order to give North Korea new targets what we have been doing over the last decade plus is relocating our forces out from near the demilitarized zone that divides the two countries much south we've even pull them out of soul breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com place in Maryland say man fatally stabbed another customer outside a Popeye's restaurant of the fight over the recently re released chicken sandwich the two men were waiting in line at an oxen hill Popeye's Monday night when one of the men accused the other of cutting in front of him in the lines specifically for ordering sandwiches police say the fight spilled outside were twenty eight year old was fatally stabbed what I think people are responding to and it's something we have to question in terms of how we're interacting with one another as a society is how does a confrontation over cutting line lead to a death prince George's county police chief hacks to which he says they hope the public can help identify the stabbing suspect or his companion I'm asking I can you look carefully this individual and help us identify who this person is the question my detectives have to answer is how does a confrontation lead to a homicide in fifteen seconds police are searching for.

"seven six" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Seven six I do want to get to some phone calls I am here as a resource seven trying to answer as many questions about the process as I can that I get email to me Facebook message to me tweeted whatever it's a relatively. I don't wanna say little understood process but there's a lot of gray area within the law so we'll try to get your questions comments on impeachment but big news out of Madison that has implications not just around the state but across the country what happens. when law and order law enforcement officers but up against. the politically correct. social justice warrior anti law enforcement crowd. you literally had four. six months now really for years but with a renewed intense focus the demonization of ice immigration and customs enforcement they're running concentration camps at the border. they're separating families there kidnapping children. these are law enforcement agents who are sworn to uphold the law police officer is we've been told for five years now are out hunting young black men for sport this is the fundamental narrative of the black lives matter movement it arose under false pretenses that Michael brown had his hands up and was screaming don't shoot where really an extensive investigation found that he was trying to grab an officer's gun. when he was shot and killed in Ferguson Missouri. Madison's police chief Mike Cole fall has suddenly retired in a lengthy blog post over the weekend. he explained some of the reasons why. he didn't get into it or say it explicitly but I think the writing's on the wall Madison of course just elected a new mayor believe it or not someone even farther to the left then socialist Super Mario himself Paul Saltzman salty roads Conway. it seems as though that. Cole fall who is always butting heads with salt. realize that he just couldn't run is department with the mayor's office breathing down his neck this is reminiscent of the extreme conflict between the Milwaukee mayor's office and Milwaukee police chief Alfonso moralis that I've been reporting and my colleague mark Belling is been reporting. is likely to result in moralis not returning as police chief in January suffice it to say that whole fall will not be on the list of people considered to replace him. he. goes against. the quote haters. who constantly. decry the actions of police officers remember there is a police shooting there in noon and twenty fifteen I believe the Tony Robinson shooting. to the haters cold all right thanks to you as well for three year unrelenting unforgiving desire to make the police the brunt of all your scorn I drew strength from your pervasive and persistent bullying I have made a career out of fighting for the underdog and I was able to hang on much longer than I had originally planned or that you had hoped smiley face. he writes my biggest fear in leaving my MPD family as chief. will protect the guardians when they are hurting when they are tried in the courts of public opinion Facebook in the media without fundamental fairness and respect for due process who will check it on them when they are hurt or injured emotionally or physically who will lead the cheers for the birth of a child the wedding retirement and who will be there for them to grieve the loss of someone special who will be unafraid to speak up on their behalf. he clearly doesn't think there's anyone else in city government that will do so why do you suppose that is. do you really think mayor Conway is a big supporter of the police. do you really think you you had in Milwaukee. Barrett announced that he's not going to replace sixty retiring officers the same thing is going on in Madison you've got Democrats far left politicians like Conway. who say we don't need more police the police are the problem law enforcement is the problem. and what happens when you get this far left attitude yeah you get up compliance chief or a compliant sheriff who will do whatever he is essentially his boss wants him to do. well you get this situation in Milwaukee if you've.

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"seven six" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN eight four seven six years old I grew up in park ridge taken out of towners to Maxwell street on Sunday my mother was always mortified that three that is one of the things that I feel you know because then to be honest with you I moved to Chicago in the mid nineties nineteen ninety four so I grew up in a wonder lake area it's not like I couldn't come down the Maxwell street and I think they didn't actually close it out until the end of the nineties so we're talking actual street tonight an extension seven twenty I'm Justin Kaufman on seven twenty WGN three one two ninety one seventy two hundred if you getting memories of Maxwell street four and after the market continues and it thrives and right now the department of cultural fences special events they are attempting to give more credit but I don't see credits that right because the market is a fantastic place I've been there but they are putting more an effort into the highlighting and publicizing some of the markets in town and Maxwell street market is getting that that favor to this weekend on Sunday this can be a huge party at Maxwell street they're trying to get people to come out for not just the the vendors but for live music and food and everything in between and they get a chance you got the morning you check out low rain in the Maxwell street market blues band there in studio in our performance studio we're gonna talk a little bit later with them and also talk more about Maxwell street later in the show but right now let's get some live music take it away and.

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"seven six" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"District says the claims of a fantasy Jr high school valedictorian inter graduation speech last month are unfounded the speech what went which went viral including claims of a teacher being intoxicated and counselors being absent the district says the teacher was actually going through a medical episode and that the counselor was grieving the loss of their child who was killed last year in an accident we'll follow the story throughout the day plus others for right now it's time for the Mike Slater show on aim seven sixty talking breaking news this is the live show AM seven six J. F. M. B. America's finest two one talk about that store the gym just mentioned there you member that right was the valedictorian of Sweetwater high she got up and criticized her drunk teacher and a guidance counselor for not helping our we have just the first part of the speeches to jog your memory and.

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"seven six" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"seven six" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"seven six" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Seven seven six. But I do have a great guests that I would like to introduce you to you probably already have seen him on Fox News, or any number of other cable news broadcasts. He is a phenomenally well respected conservative. He is a member of the United States commission on civil rights. He is also a Cleveland attorney, he's a best selling author, and he also happens to be my good friend, Peter curse anelle joining us here on the Dennis Prager show. Pete could have you second time in one week, my friend. How are you doing? Great only eighty five days until the Brown start their quest. Toward a playoff spot, a love it P pitas. Our resident sports calendar says, always has the number of days until something really monumentally important happens to us. All right. We got a lot of ground to cover here. So we're going to dive right into this, and I want to get your analysis of what the president had to say. Now, everybody's heard the president declared that in response to George Stephanopoulos, asking him if, if somebody came to you with what he described they described us up research that came from a foreign source of foreign country. What would you do with it? Would you read it or listen to it? Or would you call the BI? He said, probably a little of both. I listen to it, and if it turned out to be something bad or legal wrong than I would call the department of Justice. But yeah, you're gonna listen he said everybody does. That's what up researches them say that's treason. That's violation of the law. That's another reason for impeachment is if they needed another reason to want to impeach him Pete from a legal standpoint and your understanding of this did the president, say or do anything wrong here, you know, we were in a sane political environment. This would be inconsequential, but the progressive got married of that. They just can't let die for two years. They've been. Invested in this narrative Russian collusion it imploded on them. You'll didn't provide what they needed. And so they're continuing to flog this horse. The good news is that it appears that the first time in my lifetime individuals like Stephanopoulos and progressives and media are concerned about national security. You know this. That's a good thing. It should be applauded because I don't recall them being so concerned. One stuff in office. For example, was in the Clinton administration and millions of dollars in campaign contributions will flowing into the Clinton campaign in DNC from the likes of Johnny Wang, and James Riady, and who else was there, surely tree, a whole host of individuals scores of individuals. Fled the United States today shin began and in the process, the Chinese got huge tranches of very important, intelligence information related to military capacities. A lot of people. Have noted a direct line between the Clinton your way. Adam, and the increase in Chinese military technological capabilities. Also, you know, nobody seems to be concerned about the fact that we're not talking about hypotheticals when it occurred in two thousand sixteen the Clintons actually used opposition research, or Hillary Clinton did use opposition research that they paid literally millions for using a cut out. The list goes on. And on the, the stark hypocrisy here is breathtaking but we've gotten used to it, it's almost as if we don't even think about it anymore. And what the president said, seems to me, you exercise, prudential judgment, both in firms of political environment. And in terms of reality in reality. What he said, seems frankly on controversial perfectly reasonable. I said, if you're not in this kind of hothouse political environment. Somebody comes to you and says, I've got position research. There's no indication from what stuff at least house stuffing up Lewis had framed. The question that this was ill gotten that it was somehow something, corrupt or anything. Somebody's got up as research. And if it comes from a hostile power, I who is hostile power. I'm not sure who gets to define what a hostile powers almost assumption on the part of the fainting. Hudson, the media that it's got to be Russia, course or maybe it's China, it's hard career, but who gets to define who hostile Paul. Ism is always a hostile power at the same time. I mean sometimes. Comp- countries are considered hostile depending upon the political environment. We find ourselves sometimes. They're not. But somebody approaches him since I've got up the research and seems to me, the prudent thing to do is well, you don't go running to the FBI, that would seem kind of bizarre, you know, if you don't even know what they're saying. I've got research you say somebody approach with opposition research. What's the FBI going to do? Yeah. Somebody called me somebody called me on the local show today. Pete. So I'm gonna throw this at you toon. Said what if what if somebody would have call a prominent member of the Trump campaign team and say, hey, I have proof living proof. It's here that Hillary Clinton is a registered member of the communist party. You telling me you're gonna hang up on them and call the PI instead of saying what, what, what, what you have, and listen to find out where this person's a sane person are nonsense person. Or what if it's more than that? Proof that your opponent in this election. Once had a man, killed wait, what are you where does this come from? You don't just automatically say I don't wanna hear it. I don't wanna hear LaLa elastic fingers near and say, I'm not listening. I'm not listening. I'm calling the FBI anybody is going to want to hear when something potentially scandalous negative about your opponent is available no matter where it came from. That's number one, and number two Pete, when I would also like you to follow up on here is the hypocrisy of the Democrats who literally just paid a British spy to get Russian phony information about Donald Trump and compiled into a dossier for the purposes of getting people to be able to spy on the Trump campaign, and they're the ones telling us, lecturing us about the importance of keeping foreign meddling out of our election cycle once for double standards, have no standards at all the, you know, the old axiom and it's true. I think Americans now most Americans are rabbit core that needs to be. Fed this nonsense on a daily basis needs invested themselves for tuning years in this narrative of complex collusion, and it's almost like they need to daily fix and the poor folks over at CNN clown themselves on a daily basis all respect to them. I don't see why any sense in being will continue to watch them. When for two years, they have been producing story after story that's proven to be false, and they've been so rabbit at this, and now the whole thing is falling apart, and they're still trying to flame or fan, the embers of the story. And there's nothing there for them to pour guys. So, yeah, this is the story is your Stephanopoulos is like a democratic Egypt. There's no doubt about that. If you watch him for he was at one time, he continues to do so right now, but, you know, some stuff because almost everyone within the mainstream media continues to be engaged in this false narrative. Proven false already, and they won't let go of it. So this is a this thing is going to go away after a period of time. The narrative will never go away, because they're gonna use everything they can to find something to support their assumptions, but the same medias, you said, in terms of hypocrisy, never of thing bat, an eye when we all know that we heard Obama say, in an open mic hot mic. Hey, you know, till of Ladimir, I'll have some flexibility after. I mean they'll stuff like that. Of course. No big problem. They had no problem when we saw Ramona cables, respect to what was name of think the KGB chief of showing that Ted Kennedy was trying to clear. At the height of the Cold War, and no big problem list on they've been doing this for a long time. Brian Fallon whose Hillary's press secretary for campaign in two thousand sixteen told the Washington Post in early twenty seventeen he would have gone to Europe to get the information against Donald Trump, if that's what it took in order to stop him from winning the White House, he would have gone to Europe, the pick up any information that foreigners in that on that continent in any one of those countries had, and presumably, Russia's well. No one screamed. Oh my gosh. The Democrats are employing people who had metal with our elections. They just continue. Well, I think you said, well, Pete, if there weren't for double standards, they would have no standards at all. Let me let me pivot to this. When I asked you about Kellyanne Conway, only about minute here before the break. And then we'll talk more about it on the other side, Kellyanne Conway is being. Essentially fired by the media for violations of the hatch axing, that she's not allowed to criticize the political candidates while working in the employ of the president, as a member of the administration. So she's advisor, but she's also a big part of his campaign as well. So when people criticize the president, she tends to criticize those individuals, particularly, you know, part of the democratic cesspool that is running against him. What is your understanding of the hatch act in that regard? Or maybe we should hold off on that Pete. Let me let me in fact, don't answer that yet because I think our clock yours is very tight. So I'm gonna ask you to pick up on that and talk about the hatchback and whether or not Kelly Conway has done anything wrong here. The president said he will not fire her. But I'll let you pick up on that as we continue brand sitting.

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"seven six" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"One eight hundred seven six zero k f MB one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two one eight hundred seven six zero five three six to anything automotive related. We're happy to talk to you about give us a shelter this morning. Let's see what I got to say in San Diego. What's happening now? How are you today? I'm doing good. How you doing? I'm doing great. What you've got going on? No seven Chevy trailblazer. With a four point two. They told me into Aaron chicken, no function. Bent one day. I think they gave me like a twelve eighteen or eighty one or something like that. Okay. Anyways. When I get when I'm driving when I get your stop sign the coach turn off it turns back on. But a crepe the problem. Does it periodically? You say turn off it stalls. Yeah. Okay. What year? Was this Lexus again? Not the no seven Chevy Chevy trailblazer. Okay. Well, they a yeah. Yeah. Well, the repair costs would probably be more certain. He may not wish that to be honest with you you typically era Jackson problems won't cause a stalling. So that's using unless we have an air Jackson valve stuck open, and we're leaning out that air fuel ratio cents on that side, maybe or setting link. Oh, God have to know. What exactly? And in that case in the car would be set lean codes typically, and it would be rich ending up. So usually it can mask itself. So it's kind of weird that does it stall all the time. Now, I didn't do it all the time. Sometimes. Yeah. You might have we might have an icy or something like that those won't set codes typically might have an icy or drive by wire throttle body on believe that quite that might be having maybe coked up or having an issue something like that to some you're going to get checked out. But the air Jackson typically doesn't 'cause driveability problems. Throttle body can cause that Carter stall, especially if the adaptive proper, and it's not holding in. It's a drive by wire. It's not holding the right to throttle angle on it than the car. You know, think that it's been shut off or whatever and shut shut down the airflow on it. So. Program after you put them on. All absolutely, yes, sir. Yes, sir. They have to be all set up. Correct. But I'm not saying the throw a throttle body. I don't get me wrong. I strongly recommend to get it and give it diagnosed properly because there's a lot of different things that can cause that to be honest with just some of them that come to mind as far as that goes when it starts back up doesn't have any code. So just the just the thought on that. And you go in there and just clean the body. You can. Have you can? And if it's coked up really bad that would probably be are recommended in Dacian to do an induction service in throttle body cleaning reset the adaptive for it and see what happens from there because if we can't duplicate defined by the end, it is dirty. Then that's usually the route we go because that's a great place to start a lot of times it cures the problem if you have to change the throttle body and did that would've that run? I have no idea. I'd have to look it up the every vehicles different to be honest with your calls, the parts and stuff. Yeah. The Labor's not that intensive but the pens on what the throttle body itself cost to be honest with you in a very cautious with those. We there's all kinds of rebuilt ones out there that I wouldn't use. You know, they thank you very in cost though for sure. Oklahoma certain to get it in let them check it out, you know, and go from there. And then like I said that it's possible. If the throttle bodies coked up they're going to recommend the start with that. Okay. All right. Okay. Thank you ain't no problem L. Thanks for calling have a wonderful week. And enjoy yourself out there. If you have a great take care. Bye. All right, folks. One eight hundred seven six okay FM be one eight hundred seven six zero five three six to anything.

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"seven six" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven six day war. The Syrians would have their tanks up in the mountains of the Golan Heights and shoot artillery among other things down on the Israelis on their towns and into their communities. In the six day war in nineteen sixty seven as the Arabs were getting ready to attack Israel, and choke them off economically the Mediterranean so forth, but Nasser in Egypt and so forth. The Israelis attack first. And they push back the Arabs. And among one of the key geographic targets they wanted to take was the Golan Heights. And it costs them dearly in casualties as you can imagine. But they took the Golan Heights. Some years later in nineteen Seventy-three what became known as the young kipper war. There was a surprise attack on the Israelis. By the Syrians. The Syrians had over seven hundred top line, Soviet tanks and anti-tank missiles technology. The Israelis weren't even aware that the Syrians had and that the Israeli did not have. The Israelis had one hundred seventy five tanks in the battle. Now again, it was a surprise attack. So the front I defense is. Of the idea after the Israelis are breached. The first defense is breached. The sirens. Go off. Synagogues empty? The homes empty and the reserves move quickly by car by van by bus anything. They could to the front line. And only not because it was Yom Kippur. Nobody was on the streets. The streets were clear. These Syrians and the Egyptians made some pretty good progress. The first day second day. Then they began to be pushed back. And then they began to lose. The battle for the Golan Heights was a brutal battle in the Israelis had very heavy casualties. It's one of the reasons they'll.

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"seven six" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on KTRH

"Nineteen sixty seven six day war and annexed the territory in nineteen eighty one. News on abandoned KTAR, H dot com. Our next update's at one thirty breaking information as it happens time now for another hour of coast to coast AM. I'm Eric sharp on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Party city asks what's better party or an dream? Thought. So no matter if you're celebrating a birthday or just a Friday, enter it ultimate dream party dot com, and you could win the ultimate party package. Five hundred dollars towards Greek food for your pretty painless. And of course, a five hundred dollar gift card to party city. So bring your life altering party dot com. You'll purchase necessary legal residents of the United States DC. Sweepstakes one thousand nine hundred officials and complete details. Visit WWW dot between party dot com. Where prohibited. Though. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three singe. A text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one for the city of angels. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory doctrinal Mandel with us this hour. We'll take your phone.

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"seven six" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

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"seven six" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Seven six. Welcome back again to the sons of liberty talking about reaping and stowing. Flies to all of us. It applies to every single one of us individually and corporately. Individuals. Nations. Cannot deny the truth. Of what I'm highlighting even know. Nobody can. I mean, I think everybody's heard about the two. Duck hunters, right? There's a story told about two men went duck hunting two weeks before duck hunting season open. They were breaking the law. They brought with them a brand new truck a retriever that's a little puppy dog. Right. And a couple of sticks of dynamite. And when they got out to the lake they noticed that they had a problem because the lake was completely frozen over. Well, one of them had a good idea. He would he would go back to his brand new truck. Grab a stick a dynamite. Go back to the lake throat as far as he could to the center of the lake blow hole. So they could put down their little decoys their little fake ducks. And is all the ducks descend that would have a heyday shooting at all of the little ducks. So this is what they did the one that threw the stick of dynamite. Had a problem a problem? He didn't think about. As he threw the dynamite. The stick of dynamite. He noticed that his little retriever ran after the stick of dynamite put it in his mouth and his faithful is that little retriever. Was he started to run back to his owner, you reap what you so. The owner freaked out and in fear of his own life. Guess what he did prince? He ran under the brand new truck grabbed his shotgun and started to shoot at the retriever and after shooting at the retriever the retriever was scared away. And he was scared away. Friends. The little retriever ran under the brand new truck. Guess what blew up you got it. The brand new truck along with his faithful little retriever. The evidence of his guilt blue right up in his face. The men were both charged for breaking the law. I've been highlighting friends that. Americans at tolerate corrupt politicians to Seoul corrupt seeds the nation will reap. You report you so our thoughts deeds and words return to a sooner or later. What's astounding accuracy? Just like we've allowed corruption too. So. Because we as a people today have been reaping it for decades. Bringing about the correlation to a T talking about that accuracy that astounding accuracy of reaping what you've sown. Which allowed others to. So you will also reap as well. The astounding accuracy line upon line precept upon precept those that are advocating the murder of the innocent are also advocating disarmaments. There also alluring illegals that mean to strike off your neck to cut off your hands and your feet. I didn't say it says it in the Koran. People that mean to conquer you from the Middle East that look at you as the great Satan, the unbelievers the infidels, and they also call for the sliding off of the neck, so smart above the night. The next chapter eight verse twelve so again, I asked the question to bring about this to a consummation France can anybody see the correlation of reaping in sewing here. I can. Clear as day. France clears the nose on your face. I can see this happening. I shared with you during the last segment, and it's important that a review this for you. Sixty million babies murdered all on our watch. Can you? Imagine the harvest when it is in full bloom fronts because it's coming. We're here friends. Isaiah twenty six verse nine when judgements are in the earth. Inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness, the bible tells us and again, I was highlighting during the first hour. There's people that are praying for for mercy from God why? Mercy from God. So the innocent in the womb can be slaughtered. While those that are praying for mercy. Do absolutely nothing in dealing with the corrupt politicians that are advocate that are advocating the slaughter of the innocent in the womb. That's not mercy. That's ignorance that's scriptural illiteracy on your behalf to pray such a thing because it's not a mercy on the innocent. A mercy on the innocent is the Lord bringing forth judgments upon the heads of the wicked the good people that do nothing in the face of those called representatives that advocate crime against the innocent. Representatives. So the murder of the innocent again, keep in mind, they are not exempt from the judgment that is coming friends. They stole the murder of the innocent in beheadings dismemberments and even selling their body parts for forty six years in what follows these same wicked representatives by the hand of God in judgment Deuteronomy twenty eight for sixty three will strip the people of their rights to bear arms in protecting themselves in the face of a nation of a fierce countenance Deuteronomy twenty eight verse fifty that means to behead both the representatives and the people who tolerate this sort of. Advocacy. Lord, suddenly is twenty six seventeen and I will set my face against you. And you shall be slain before your enemies, and they hate you shall reign over you are those that are representatives in the United States of America. Do they do they love you America? If they hate God. Let me ask you something. And we can see that by the fruit that they bear. How do you think they're going to treat? You you subjects? What's happening in this country is nothing short of during the Justice of God. And listen to me carefully. And I say this out of love. You can rest assured that Americans as well as representatives are going to get a response, and it will be a response. Many will wish that they had prevented by obeying the Lord. So all of you scores. All of you nitpickers, all of you ankle biters all of you that war against God and his servants we're here. We're in it now. We're going to reap what we've allowed them to. So. He ain't going to be able to stand before the Lord on judgment day and say Lord I wanted to go entertain my my family by watching a football game. Or a hockey game. Or a baseball game. Listen, folks, I totally get taking a breather. I totally get it. We don't get it very often here. Let me tell you that. And I'm glad I can say that. Because what matters. The most is the preservation of the laws that we have. So that our posterity can have the freedoms that we had. And do have because we still have the freedom to do the right thing. I'm not sharing this information with you to draw to drive you. Through the fear of consequence. Nope, I'm giving you this information because it should drive you by the conviction of sin, righteousness and judgment by the Holy Ghost at the long the hand of Christ and my preaching who's been sent down from the Holy Ghost to convict you unto God repentance before him that you might put your faith in Jesus Christ. That's that's my jacket because what I got done. Just got done highlighting throughout the first hour and a half. It's exactly where America's today warrant. Wore not, hey, France, understand this. When God means to rule a nation. In judge that nation like John Calvin rightly said, he said he will appoint wicked rulers over that people. Are these righteous rulers as you would call them America, or they wicked men that we do they tell the truth. I mean, they're they're caught lying on a daily basis. I I don't see any righteousness in these men, and if there's no righteousness within these men friends, it's because they're not God. And if they're not of God, we should lawfully deal with them because it was God. That was appointed these people through his children and keep in mind. It was God that appointed Judd a government. He was the one that established the government in which we have today exodus eighteen twenty one. And I know that there's a lot of people that are just Annan back and saying, you know. Bradley. There's there's nothing we can do about it. Oh, yeah. There's everything you can do about it. The fact that the matters. You don't wanna do anything about it? There's a group of people that say, well, we're going to be raptured. You can't prove that in scripture. You just wanna be raptured from responsibility. It's not gonna work for you. And there's people that just could care less about anything, but themselves. Well, listen, keep in mind that it tells us in the book of Amos prepare to meet your because that's where America's we're being pushed to the throne of judgement on a daily basis because of the fact that the American people have been derelict in the keeping of God's commandments and in the end, the sheep. All right. We'll get the kind of master. That they're willing to tolerate let me say that again in the end, the sheep. We'll we'll get the kind of master that they're willing to.

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"seven six" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"seven six" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Seven six years after that in two thousand fifteen was named crown prince. Yeah. It was since replaced in two thousand seventeen he was replaced by the current crown prince who was the guy that killed fucking. You did it with the crown to. Yeah. Yeah. They mutilated that journalists. Boy. Yeah. No one's good in this story about Trump after that story. They were like well like the CIA is saying it happened. And even they're saying, they probably did it. And he's just like it is what it is. It is. Man that is what an answer. Yeah. I guess the buck stops here was taken. Yeah. Can't say that he's rolling through all of his possible. Okay. Should I say stuck my did? DX on his crowd. He says global warming is real. Yemen. So that poor guy. In a way, I would. Poor guy kind of wish he'd killed that crown prince sure, I mean, if you're already they're already there. I mean, you're there you might as well do that. Yeah. It's funny because it's like, you know, before he then saw the dark Knight. You know? It's like they put that explosive in the guy's stomach, and yeah, it's like, yeah. Why don't you just take like a crazy person? Like get them a little bit through the system. I don't know if you just trying to cause like mass panic, right? And I think there's a there's definitely a lot more going on with say like, and these these are very like political attacks like trying to kill that that that guy. Right. I think the one thing that we talk about that. Maybe we have some. Insight or thoughts on is that like like, obviously, I don't know how it feels. To feel oppressed by a superpower, I don't know at all out of feels. But one thing that does happen. These people is that there are like they are manipulated. You. Are you are angry, you agree with the general thing that I'll Qaeda's saying, and then you Scientology and a lot of ways, right? Initial things start to more into like ocean. I'm in so deep now there's one thing to it's wanting to be angry. It's nothing to be so angry that you will you put your life doesn't matter to you anymore. You know, what I mean you want to die in order to help your own cause. And so I think the one thing that we can talk about is like you do like if you're a softer person not even to say that they are. But if you like our person who like is empathetic, and here's people when they talk to you, and is like Brown to being pushed in a direction, which I. Fucking em. I'm like that I found myself in a lot of situations, especially my younger life where I was with people who didn't like me that I didn't like doing things they wanted to do that. I didn't want to do. And like that's the thing to watch out for for. Sure. Yeah. I mean, it's definitely know like like shock that. It's always basically, young males. Who are don't have a direction your emotional back. Then you have nothing going on in the. Yeah. It's like it kind of gets funneled into this whole thing where it's like not only like say, can you eventually be conditioned that you'll kill yourself. It's it's given a cause. And you're believing that you're you're going to be like a hero. And you're you're making this. 'cause that you now so believe in go forward. And that's when we talked on nine eleven Christmas. The counter terrorism expert was like we just could not have for seen people being radicalized for such an extended period of time. You know, it's like you're mad usually like. Oh, my cousin got killed. I'm going to go kill someone right now or blow something up like, no. We gotta like take down the western power land for years. It's like no one could really seen. Right. I I think it's like a cult, basically. It's like a death. Yes. It's it's like Scientology, you get alienated from all the positive people in your life. Every time they call their family, and they almost never know that they're in these these terrorist cells, right? Like, it's not like. Camp. What you're saying? With like last week. Oh, what do you mean? I mean, Hamburg, of course. Yeah..

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