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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Has placed him at the center of many of the events under scrutiny Mister Simon has to decide whether his primary loyalty is to America or whether his primary loyalty is to the president of the United States speaker Pelosi says there may be more witness interviews during the week of thanksgiving another round of public juries could follow before the house votes on whether to impeach CBS correspondent Laura pedestrian New York public testimony is set for tomorrow and Wednesday and Thursday there's newspapers are calling this a public relations disaster describing presenters we can interview with the BBC the royal was trying to read but to claim say he had a sex for the woman who says she was trafficked as a teenager by Jeffrey Aston Moore from B. B. C.'s anymore siku vein the American lawyer who represents set three women said that for prince Andrew to speak to the media really walls the easy way out he said the prince Andrew is showing no sympathy for possibly hundreds of young victims of Jeffrey Epstein he also said that even though it stay in the states the that's an ongoing investigation into his co conspirators he didn't name who they were but he hoped they would be more prosecutions prince Andrew has denied all allegations in southern Arizona sheriff's deputy is on administrative leave and I and criminal investigation is underway after video emerged of a September incident in which the man wrestled a fifteen year old quadruple amputee to the floor of a group home during an arrest here sheriff mark Napier obviously there were things in the video that are concerning and were appropriately investigate those things and will respect investigative process disorderly conduct charges against the teen who reportedly threatened a worker have been dropped seven hundred thousand in Michigan Medicaid recipients could lose their health insurance if they don't find a job now a welfare rights group is calling on the Senate GOP leader to pause the work rule requirements so they can keep those benefits with more here's WWJ Lansing bureau chief tennis go back thousands of welfare families in Michigan now getting healthcare benefits for the first time could lose those benefits if and when they don't find a job under rules adopted by the Republican legislature killed Jacobs from the league for public policy says this needs to be paused and here's why kill you lose your healthcare benefits through Medicaid what happens everybody there so showing up in the E. R. rooms are still we're still in some form or another using our tax dollars to you know to pay but it appears the rules will not be Paul street reporting from Lansing transcript WWJ news nine fifty he caught a fish this big a nine year old New Mexico boy nine years old landed a forty two pound blue catfish while fishing in the elephant Butte reservoir Chris Flores says his son Alex made the catch by himself and shatter dads record of reeling in a thirty six pound fish Flores says the fourth grader named the fish after Pokemon character the father says the sun released the fish back into the reservoir after taking a lot of photos and videos the biggest fish ever caught in elephant Butte history was seventy eight pounds again this little kid caught a forty two pound blue cap that will be a trans Pacific travel experience for a panda bear out of the nation's capital that story is coming up WWJ news time five thirty eight traffic.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seventy eight pounds and I do one hundred push ups a night how much blood to a guy like me have with rippling muscles, I would say, you would have around eight to ten units, and your body Willie one. If your small and insignificant, like Rachel, how much does she have Rachel tiny? So she's probably only going to carry about eight, so I could give tennis shoe could give eight not all at once again, we're, we're going to limit you out. You're gonna do one unit per donation. Give me the phone number. Gimme the locators because you're short like a hundred and forty three units of blood in one day of that continues for the whole week, you're going to be now like a thousand units, and we can't have that. So what's the phone number website? Okay. They can call us at five win. Three four five one zero nine one zero and I've got Keira or Karen and her crew standing by waiting for those calls to come in. They can visit us on the website, Hawksworth dot org. Blood cannot be manufactured. It is something that we need humans to donate. And right now, I'm putting out that call the bat signal. Whatever I can do, if there, our listeners out there, we need you. Now there's nothing worse than looking at the shelf and not having anything there, and we've got patients in the local hospital, who need us now spoke to Dr Ron soccer to whom I sold my house, the professor emeritus at Hawksworth, how close are we to having artificial blood created? We would thin ten years. I don't know ten years, maybe fifteen to twenty years. That's a possibility. We do have researchers here at Hawksworth that right now or working with the department of defense on freeze dried plasma that they will be able to use the battlefield, and we're looking at that happening as soon as Tober. So to think of an artificial blood product, it's, you know, not unheard of it will be a reality someday. Four five one zero nine one zero or Hawksworth dot org centers all over the place. And once again, at least you on you're doing the Lord's work. Thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, and you're a great American. Thank you, really. You're a great American, too, and give us a call. And tell Karen that Willie sent you. I got a bookie. Thank you. That's right. Thank you. Unleash your allows continue with more the bat signals now out. Please, let's continue with more Bill Cunningham NewsRadio seven hundred wwl, w the US and Russia blaming each other. I met reset one hundred wwl w dot com and update on the near miss between the USS chancellor's pill, and a Russian destroyer. They came within fifty feet of one another in waters near islands in dispute between China and Japan. So close Americans could see Russian sailors sunbathing on deck. US says it took emergency measures to avoid a collision throwing all engines into reverse at full throttle incident took place near Orleans long-term, the dispute between China and Japan US ally appearing on state TV a Russian. Military official claimed the US was trying to demonstrate military might as Chinese president Xi Jinping was in Russia meeting with Vladimir Putin, but the US is blaming Russia for what they say are dangerous military maneuvers. Part of an overall pattern that the US military and NATO have identified US, Admiral John Richardson, calling out both accountant of the Russian ship. And the Russian military on Twitter, saying the US navy will not be deterred from supporting the free and open use of the seas and skies. Lana Zak, ABC news, Washington. President Trump suspending his threat to impose tariffs on Mexico, the two countries reaching an agreement on dealing with migrants at the southern border touching down in Washington. Trump tweeting that the five percent tax on Mexican goods set to take affect on Monday are quote here by indefinitely suspended, Mexico, and US officials emerging with the deal late Friday night after three days of frantic negotiations Mexico, agreeing to a show of force, sending six thousand troops to southern border with Guatemala, the Mexican government also going to crack down on human trafficking, and smuggling networks. ABC's White House. Correspondent Tara Palmeri? Hillary Clinton's youngest brother has died Clinton announcing on Twitter. After that, Tony Rodham passed away last night. Remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred wwl w dot com. I met Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w on demand..

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"You can get the Pat gray t shirts sweatshirts hoodies. I think there's a three piece suit in there. And I know all manner of stuff there's actually one piece swimsuit. But I don't think that's a Pat grape. There's the photo session. They've got scheduled for you. Because they're really fat. Fats wearing the one they've got the blaze that they've they've just designed new chewing the fat that's going to be on the shop at the place dot com. Very soon who's extra fabric involved in that. Why would there be? So I think what he's saying there is that you are overweight. And so it's gonna take a lot of extra fabric than it would for most people to cover your body, mass swift Asli any surface fish swim. See let's be fair. He's lost twenty two pounds. So right now, there's nine hundred seventy eight pounds. Exactly, exactly. So. Yeah, you're doing. Well. That's great. All right. Let me tell you about reducing if you'd like to lose weight like Jeffy is doing right now. And this will really help because Reggie Joan was launched by a local company that produced a metabolite of all oil. So it's got the. Oh, yeah. In olive oil. And maybe heard about that. It's that's what helps boost your metabolism also helps to control appetite. There was a study that was done for six years. So it's pretty extensive, and it showed that when you lose weight your body thinks you're sick. Otherwise, you wouldn't be losing weight. So it's down your metabolism and gives you the opportunity to gain the weight back really thoughtful of your take that on it self.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"He was he was a Chesterfield guy died at the age of fifty seven hundred eight about seventy eight pounds when he died but say they're good for you. But see cigarettes are good. But it's just I mean again, it's freedom. Isn't it you if you're free to do everything else? Why why can't you why can't you smoke cigarettes? I you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. I. Hey, howie. Thanks for taking my call. Hey, I'm up here in Exeter. Maine. I'm sure Steve knows Exeter. Maine pretty well. But hey, you can grow tobacco is really really easy to grow. I grow a ton of it every year and probably the ATF is probably monitoring my call right now. But I don't sell it. But I can grow enough every year. So that I can have enough tobacco. Like, no out of fermented and aged, and it's not that difficult to do. And they you know that tobacco is really easy. As part of that, the the tomato family, actually, deuce. Do you have do you put filters on it or you just non-ferrous there? Now Anna pipe, but I'm not a big smoker and everything I just enjoy it. And actually, I don't wanna sound like Bill Clinton. But I usually don't inhale I just like enjoying it. But it it really easy to grow and see many people. You don't see many people smoking pipes anymore. The. No, not at all. I mean, I could I could blend it and roll it up and everything, but I just in a pipe, but it's a good hobby. And it's fun. The plants are great. They make beautiful flowers. Yeah. No. I know I used to I used to live in North Carolina. I used to love going by the fields of tobacco you Jones in for a smoke right now. Not really. But I again, again, if I really believe that I would I'd go back if I could find a place to bypass malls. I'd buy them. You know? I I smoke is smoking is not a bad. It's it's a pleasurable habit. Smoking has given a lot of people pleasure over the years right until the moment they developed emphysema or lung cancer keeled over from a heart attack at the age of forty five or fifty up to that moment. It's. That.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Half Size Me

"Well, knowing me I'm off, I'm pretty stubborn. So I would probably say to my younger self, although I don't think she would listen, but I would just say, hey, you're gonna hit some tough times and you're going to turn to binge eating, but it's going to get better. You may think that it's never going to get better. And this is your lot in life and you're just going to be overweight and obese your entire life. But it's not true. You're going to. Get to a place where you're going to want you turn your life around. So have aids in keep going is knowing that it's not gonna last indefinitely, right? There was a time in my life. I didn't believe that would ever happen for me. Yeah, same here. I totally thought like I just can't lose weight. This is just what I'm gonna have to do. Just don't have it in may. I don't have the skill set to to lose weight. So what would you say now looking back at that time in your life, hearing where you were mentally versus where you are now? Obviously in a much different place, what would you say was the beginnings of formulating or removing yourself in that direction? And how does your life look different now versus then? Well, when twenty seventeen happened, it was a crap testing here. I gotta tell ya. I've been managing mining Zayed's since college pretty well. I was. On medication. It didn't have as many bad side effects, but he has a best friend called depression, and they usually go hand in hand a lot of the time. And that year depression really crept into my life in a very difficult year. I had lost two family members just months apart. Missouri. Thank you. I was in a really stressful job. It was just eating up and by may of twenty seventeen. I weighed two hundred seventy eight pounds. And that was my highest recorded weight. And I actually round that time. I started to have these uncontrollable thoughts of suicide food. Sorry. No, thank you. Good news is I'm still here. Spoiler alert things get better. It's hard to describe. It wasn't like I had this really desire to end my life. I would just wake up with these uncontrollable thoughts about it and it terrified me. It definitely terrified me when there were days where it was hard for me to get out of bed. There were days. I found myself crying. I couldn't like pinpoint, why was upset, you know? 'cause if you need to cry, you need to cry. But there's usually reason, but you can't figure out the reason something's a little off here. It was very scary time. I felt very alone. I didn't have the courage to reach out to anyone. I was terrified to reach out to anyone because I did want there to be a judgment or anyone to kind of what they do in the move basin. They just put you in a bag and throw you in a cell without your Shula faces like that whole thing. I just didn't want any of that to happen. And if anybody's hearing this, don't follow my advice reach out to somebody because it's it's okay, but I just had this embarrassment of having those feelings of depression and suicide. And I had read an article. I don't even remember where now, but that eating a lot of unhealthy and processed foods can make depression worse. And that was a big wakeup call for me. And so from then on out, my mental health had to become my y to not necessarily lose weight, but to really start to make a change in my life. And the good thing is when you feel like you've hit a rock bottom, the only way to go is up. It sounds like for you, I always tell people, you have to have a deep profound. Why? And in that moment, when you saw the article on the fact that healthier foods reduces depression, that that was kind of like that vested interest in doing those behaviors where maybe before it was just for for looks and for just hitting a certain week goal, it wasn't as motivating to, you know, no, I didn't care if I stay the same way, but my mental health got better. Through this weight loss journey than it would be successful to me. I just had to. I had to get my brain in check. It's it's what gets you everywhere in life, honestly. And I. Around that time..

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I saw him every day or staff and i saw him every day we treat them every day and he just came back from florida and i should tell you by the way we treated him last year so he came up from florida where he resides and he came for a follow up visit and the cancer is all gone it's completely hundred percent gone i examined him i spoke to him i can tell you that he's very very happy had no effects is testicles are fine as is fine and that big massive cancer was located just mela meters away is gone and that's the work that we do that's why we brought pioneered stereo tactic body radio surgery in america to be able to offer treatment to this gentleman from miami like this to make this cancer go away and stay away and not come back and not suffer and he said no ill consequences from the treatment no surgery no cutting no chemo no hospital stay that's the work that we do every day here at radio city new york for cancers from head to toe and literally from head to toe and we'll talk about a judge's is a big judge in the new york city area he's sixty six years old he's married he has a couple kids he came with his wife yes history of skin cancer by the way but he came for his prostate cancer now psa in two thousand twelve was one point nine which is fairly low in two thousand fifteen it was four point nine oh usually most men would have a biopsy at that time the general recommendations are ever biopsy over four well he did not get that and then the psa kept rising to five point five this finally precipitated the biopsy and well the biopsy showed a very very aggressive cancer the cancer was a gleason eight cancer so gleason was a pathologist they tried rather just to say yes or no cancer or no cancer he tried to give us an idea of how aggressive the cancer would be remember this psa went from one point nine to five point five so it's almost tripled in a short period of time so psa velocity is always a worrisome sign and then we have the gleason score which is a worrisome sign and him gleason eight and well he wakes up at night to urinate his weight is added seventy eight pounds and stay boys.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Build anti aircraft guns in one thousand nine fortyfive he was deported a third time to metals and labor camp he nearly died on the trip from the horrible cold he was deported once more to the nazi military labor camp in houston where he was required to build germany aircraft when the americans liberated this camp he weighed seventy eight pounds seventy eight pounds and he's got a message to you wieners the low weenies out there saying this is just like you concentrating him you don't know the holocaust you have no idea what you're talking about which is pretty par for the course for the left they never know what they're talking about they don't even know that ice is not the one separating families they think it's ice so they want to abolish is when actually it's the border patrol they're the ones who separate people at the border isis the interior enforcement if they have to go looking for illegal aliens drug smugglers ms thirteen game members murderers rapists whatever they send ice in cleveland or somewhere this is where you see these ice rains you'll see border patrol raids board patrols on the border that's who stops these people at the border ice has nothing to do with separating families but these idiots out there don't know the difference but then i tell you some of them who were leading them do the soros's and the rest of these folks and i can't i can only imagine that they're they're on the take if you want to abolish is you're wanting to keep the ms thirteen gang members the drug lords the rest of these folks in the country 'cause i says the one that's rooting them out and throwing them out or throwing them in jail and throwing them out of they've served their time and if you're anti is you gotta be pro criminal there's no other way around it if you're anti is you're pro criminal because that's who they're rounding up and throwing out and guess who these folks are preying on the most yes the hispanic community that's where they live they live amongst the hispanics and hide amongst them and ice goes in routes them out said your ms thirteen ganger you're a murderer from mexico you're a rapist from guatemala you're a drug runner from columbia and these folks want to abolish i so that all these people get to stay you have.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"So i don't know his game doesn't translate cleanly and i know that it's the least gotten more as far as fluid versatility wise between positions but i do still think the drop off in the delineation between the foreign the five spot is very important and bagley is kinda kind of an offensive five a defense of four that's one of the hardest bits in a modern cave of type of mba offense and contrasting it with the alec window carter who i think has a much clearer role at the next level he's the best offensive big in the classroom as far as overall perimeter skill jet the most projectable shot from three he's the best quick decision maker of any of the bigs we see know the value of that in the playoffs again like al horford catching a ball in a short roll and then immediately finding shooters while the defense is bent i think that will carter is the one guy i trust of all the big to make those kinds of reads he can attack closeouts i think is a much better primitive player that he got show do 'cause i played a lot of you know hi low actions with posting up i think that he's gonna show he's press a lot of guys more than he got to show duke and then defensively just comes down to with one car it all comes down to i think he defends in space do you think he's mobile enough to stick a little bit better on you know pick and roll coverage is on switches i think that his technique was pretty poor honestly in pick and roll at duke i think a lot of it was balanced and technique it can be approved upon voicing him improve his body postseason a great rimprotector as far as verticality he reacts quickly off the ball does a lot of things defensively a lot of the little things that i think he doesn't get enough credit for so for me it's just a little easier projecting wendell into a winning basketball rolled is because again i want us many smart players on the floor as possible in the modern game and he is the smartest big in this class to me interesting yes you said smarter and best offensively so interesting keep an eye on their mikhail bridges is someone that i fall in love with his game a lot i know that he doesn't he you know he obviously played a couple of years in college so he hasn't maybe have the upside of some of these younger guys but i been you know slotting him in number ten for a while to philly because i used to be a perfect fit i was kind of pulling for it for you know because i wanted to watch it i thought it'd be a lot of fun but it seems like he may go higher than that now you guys have my number seven what is this ceiling do you think he has some upside where he could continue to improve or is he one of those guys that is just more nba ready and just has the all around and that's why he's being looked at yeah i think it's more so the ladder i think his game is just really projectable to the next level as far as he's gonna shoot off movement we talked about that as far as one of the most important skills for wings he added that his junior year so i trust them as a shooter overall in office he's out very high upside on that side of the ball because he's not a very good ball handler you don't want them really operating and pick and roll because he's not a high level passer either it's hard to have a really tight dribble when you have a seven to wingspan the ball just gets exposed too much but i like his ability to shoot over the top i think he has avenues to contribute offensively outside of just shooting off movement he can shoot over the top guys like mid post just because of lee's point is so incredible and then defensively he just gets it i mean he knows where to be he's a great team defender he has the seven to wingspan he's not ultra quick twitch she doesn't have great strength they may avoid him look nearly maximized his frame just because he came into villanova hundred seventy eight pounds he's worked really hard to improve his muscle tone but let a lean muscle.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Him and dream on what do you make steph curry you are a physical player who played real defense he's a finesse player who tries but can't defend anybody play ole defense lot you know his right ole go through but he's not physical like you right he doesn't have much intensity on the defensive end he's got a little shimmy thing do you like him delight curry i love stuff i love them the opposite of you he he was always there when they drafted him golden state i had no clue he was going to be the players today so you there is rookie year i was there and actually traded why did you ask because i was gone the team with young guys they traded away baron al matt all my brothers it was known for being me to be on that team i needed to go somewhere else and be on a more veteran team so you had no idea he was this had no clue he was good he was good i mean he could shoot the ball from the jump but i had no idea who the players today i mean i'm watching last night and i'm like he's one of the best players ever it's sounds ridiculous one hundred seventy eight pounds very few guys that put their imprint on a game and as more of a trend setter you know you gotta put him in there with you know lebron i out and ottesen vince carter guys that put their staple on the game and it's gonna stay isn't we'll never see a better shooter so steph stuff is definitely trendsetter and you gotta give respect okay i've been asking everybody that comes on the show vegas has come out with odds where lebron lands and and i mean i don't think they have a chance to win this series do you yes you think cleveland can still win the series i was eight see that'd be the ones the and they have the best player in the world we didn't so they have a chance and time to brown on the court they have a chance all right do you think they win game three.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Him and dream on what do you make steph curry you are a physical player who played real defense he's a finesse player who tries but can't defend anybody play ole defense lot you know his right ole go through but he's not physical like you right he doesn't have much intensity on the defensive end he's got a little shimmy thing do you like him delight curry i love stuff i love them the opposite of you he he was always there when they drafted him golden state i had no clue he was going to be the players today so you there is rookie year i was there and actually traded why did you ask because i was gone the team with young guys they traded away baron al matt all my brothers it was known for being me to be on that team i needed to go somewhere else and be on a more veteran team so you had no idea he was this had no clue he was good he was good i mean he could shoot the ball from the jump but i had no idea who the players today i mean i'm watching last night and i'm like he's one of the best players ever it's sounds ridiculous one hundred seventy eight pounds very few guys that put their imprint on a game and as more of a trend setter you know you gotta put him in there with you know lebron i out and ottesen vince carter guys that put their staple on the game and it's gonna stay isn't we'll never see a better shooter so steph stuff is definitely trendsetter and you gotta give respect okay i've been asking everybody that comes on the show vegas has come out with odds where lebron lands and and i mean i don't think they have a chance to win this series do you yes you think cleveland can still win the series i was eight see that'd be the ones the and they have the best player in the world we didn't so they have a chance and time to brown on the court they have a chance all right do you think they win game three.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I'm not sure he do oh were you how old were you what seventh grade i'll tell the story tell the row story can't we don't have time for that todd mortices not call in here for another yeah fifteen minutes we have time when the seventh grade we didn't have pop warner football the first time you could go out for football was in the seventh grade full pads when out nineteen hundred and fifty four fifty four itself site schoolhouse our coach was at a guy named mike flynn math teacher and he was junior high coach single guy didn't have a staff or anything and we went out and talked about we're going to learn how to where are you going jim okay go ahead go ahead i know you've heard this ten but but ralph but it was a junior high we're learning how to coach told us how to do it you know you get down into football stance power producing angles feet shoulder with the power power producing angles in the ankles and the knees and the hips head up in the feet moving into coach would say hit the ball kerry would run at you you'd roll your hips and bite his bite his john hit hit on the rise and lift him and drive into the gun and that was a tackle we practice that for a week and then the next week it was time for the first practice i tackle live tackle and i was in the tacklers line number four one two three four i counted over to the ball carrier line one two three four number four was a guy named ralph ralph weighed about one hundred and seventy eight pounds in the seventh grade and jack harbaugh four in the tackler line weighed about ninety five and i realized that it was going to be ralph and jack harbaugh for my first tackle by first experience in football so i got up to number three and my mind started to work a little bit and i thought this is not a good idea so i thought maybe i'd just quit football just tell the coach that i quit didn't wanna play looking over into another field there's golf team out there tennis team and the only thing they were hitting we're gonna.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Especially i don't know a lot of people especially a lot of people say a lot of people there was a story that we did the morning show today where car was arrested two days ago was seventy eight pounds of marijuana in it is that a well that's not if you're just personally use but the point of the the disappointment of the story is is that you know i'm sure that they were getting ready to celebrate for twenty and on for twenty and yet they pulled over rested and it was confiscated because parents it's still illegal you can't have marijuana even in colorado you know i don't know if you'd get i don't know if you if you had seventy pounds of marijuana in your suv in colorado if you get arrested i don't know the answer to that i'm guessing probably yes guessing probably yes but i don't know we never have heard back what we gotta check in see maybe we'll find out check in on monday what happened to the jacksonville store owner that was told by city inspector to take down his military flags he had a big facebook video that went viral as the city employees told the store to remove the military flags and there was a veteran in the store when she was telling the owner to take the flags down who had taken wounded taking shots fired as a military veteran he's been shot three times hang those military flags anytime they want and shoe the inspector was saying nothing.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Full and thick thug on kind of jealous you're from la rudy born and raised i barely ever left one time i went to tj with my uncle but yeah so what do you think you want to say in this animated series is there like family got but you're mexican it's like more like like king of the hill fort because like you know how like they told a story about east west texas dog you know yeah and they really brought that world to life where the mainstream yeah i wanna do that but like for for east los angeles say let people know us a colorful world know it isn't going on i got a beautiful wife with a fat ass stove issue is getting a little too like fadlike carpenter or fuck and fuca was getting yeah and she tries jimmy johns or somchai try like lacrosse fade in fuck in the the way watchers none of it worked you know so out of do what i had to do because i see her like at night she would grab her fucking fuca and she'd be like crying yeah so i started putting myth in her food what like secretly you put reaper doug mini give me some country and put it in her food and did it work because she lost one hundred and twenty five pounds a lot of ways a big girl now she's she's like seventy eight pounds also could be seen she shopped upper arm because there are bugs in it.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"He recently said he was like a fine wine but in this piece where he's writing about lebron's too good to be believed body and how he's prevented injury there's this anecdote the time james gained stephan pounds during an eastern conference finals game some miami heat teammates saw the scale and attest to it in amazement james myself just shrugs and calls it we're to sell the truly wild part is that it was from two hundred seventy one pounds to two hundred seventy eight pounds though james is much lighter these days how do you lose i'm sorry gain seven pounds during a game i guess you must have to ingest so many fluids did he have some pasta let well he sweats pasta must have had that pasta pasta up for the extra carbs for the boost in the second half i don't know how that's possible i can't believe he was playing to seventy one by the way thank you for reminding me of that right that's huge heavy for him to seventy eight yeah i mean that's like offense of lyman almost dents been reached out to a south african sports science and hydrogen expert named ross tucker he cannot figure out how that would be possible he said he's more inclined to blame the scale for being faulty or that maybe he weighed himself in his kit and then it got all sweaty and he just he doesn't have an answer for because there's no answer i mean that doesn't make any i mean i don't know how much i mean the gained seven pounds of fluid.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on KOIL

"And besides we're too stupid to see this memo adam schiff he israel smart he's a creepy little seventy eight pound man and uh eteme chef but they're not going to go unfortunately don't have the underlying materials and therefore they can't see how distorted and misleading this document is the governor's are not saying make me make the underlying materials available public they just want to make the spin available the public uh and that's not what you're doing he wants it to remain a secret why would he want it to remain a secret because it makes his party look bad and he's a party guy all the way and we don't have the underlying mature so he's going to litigate this this is the democrat plan now and this is what they do they dragged out for months they'll challenge you in court they'll accuse you of things though probably call you a racist at some point because they're the party of standing in school house doors and they loved to call everybody racist and they want to make sure that this memo does not become public why were they want to make sure that it does not become public that would seem pretty obvious wasn't it because it makes them look bad the democrats it may incriminate them it may lead to and there's been some discussion of this leading not only to people being fired out of the justice department in the fbi but but possibly facing prosecution which could mean prison all right and the democrats look at all the highpowered people here david boys from boys schiller and flex nor his underlying karen don was going to become the white house counsel for hillary perkins coup we and the lawyer mark elias hiring fusion gps who are former reporters that higher the foreign intelligence operative christopher steel tip put together the russian hookers peeing in the bed dossier which is then shopped around by james colmey in order to give legitimacy and to.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"American people cannot see this memo it would be too frightening for us and besides we're too stupid to see this memo adam schiff he israel smart is a creepy little seventy eight pound men and uh aand adam schiff the american people unfortunately don't have the underlying materials and therefore they can't see how distorted and misleading this document is on the providence not saying making the make the underlying materials available public they just want to make the spin available the public uh that's not what your door he wants it to remain a secret why would he want it to remain a secret because it makes his party look bad and he's a party guy all the way and we don't have the underlying mature so he's going to litigate this this is the democrat plan now and this is what they do they dragged out for months they'll challenge you in court they'll accuse you of things though probably call you a racist at some point because they're the party of standing in school house doors and their loved to call everybody racist and they want to make sure that this memo does not become public why would they want to make sure that it does not become public that would seem pretty obvious wouldn't it because it makes them look bad the democrats it may incriminate them it may lead to and there has been some discussion of our this leading not only to people being fired out of the justice department of the fbi but but possibly facing prosecution which could mean prison all right and the democrats look at all the highpowered people here david boys from boys schiller and flexner's his underlying karen done was going to become the white house counsel for hillary perkins coup we and the lawyer mark elias hiring fusion gps who were former reporters that higher the foreign intelligence operative christopher steel tip put together the russian hookers peeing in the bed dossier which is then shopped around by james comey in order to give legitimacy and to elevate its status and.

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"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight pounds" Discussed on WEEI

"The lack of weapons really i mean the andrei hopkins in kelvin benjamin neither one of them really going to light and he went up no hopkins okay gets fourteen target six catches weekly basis benjamin fine he's no longer fat i give you credit you dropped seventy eight pounds fine how about next week mike gavin the sean jackson you know the key tied to tight end break and howard built runningbacks i just and a and a quarterback doug martin act accord of actors lost a lot of late march back this week right i don't think scotia queze rogers and we'll go look at i think he's back is he that's that's not good news is every wage the four etiquette a quarterback as a weapon and a quarterback by who the way who's lost a lot away and it is really improve he really has grow james worse than has improve there's no question about i in the other thing about the corners rubber the days when we're sitting there going build doesn't have for some reason bill won't go out there and spend a lot of money on corners bill won't go out there and get one of those guys you talk about a keep to leap it was not a necessity if you remember because it was all fallen apart so now you've got those guys right you've got name recognizable a corners and you're sitting there going and they're not getting the job done i mean i understand it when you had the the weeklies and you had the the the guys that you just picking up off the scrapheap right or or you're taking a gamble somewhere in the draft but you've got legitimate guys right now who are failing miserably youngest thinking this can't continue i i just don't think it will continue but i'm worried about their own ah i'm worried about should be doug martin is back well that's not a good sign thanks for enlightening lighting us with that when add is it's not good not go sexual seven seven seven nine seven 937 allowed him up organism baseball stubbed next hour willie mcginest will join us at eleven thirty will get his tank he's watching this stuff what does he think when he seized as defense play six one seven seven seven nights seven 937 what the hell is wrong the patriot yes through another embarrassing defensive performance of patriots tampa thursday night at on jimas wednesday and left to win one buginese don't miss the wheel post game show with glen ord wave freights merle is immediately following.

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