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The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"seventy men" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"So men. You may not even know that you can get breast cancer. Turns out this is. this is fun. So when you're in europe all start out the greater sex. We're all tiny little girl fetuses. And then around week. Six in euro testosterone shows up in ruins everything but the nipples in men have already been made so they stick around and out for the rest of your life and there is a little bit of a breast bud behind those nipples in other words. There's breast tissue that is susceptible to getting breast cancer. So about two thousand. Six hundred seventy men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. This year and five hundred will die so this is kind of a psa to the men in your lives in the men listening that If you ever feel notice discharge think one side of your chest feeling a little odd and off get it checked out you never know but again one in eight women versus one point. Three one hundred thousand men so being female is foreign away. A big risk factor bigger than be next up age so being a female who gets older is also a risk factor. Let's look at age broken down. We just had one in eight gets breast cancer case not one in eight like every day you wake up in your life or read all. Have it by christmas okay. So what is this one and eight actually mean if we break it down by age stratified by decade of life. Have a look here with me. Your current age is in your twenties. The chances of getting breast cancer between the decade of twenty and thirty is one in one thousand four hundred. Seventy nine okay. That's a far cry from one in eight if you are thirty the chances of getting it by age forty or one in two hundred nine forty to fifty one in sixty five fifty to sixty one in forty to sixty to seventy one in twenty eight seventy to eighty ding ding. Ding ding is the highest risk. One in twenty five gets breast cancer and then eighty to ninety one in thirty three. If the whole world were plant based we would have this go on and on until we get to the centenarians and risk between one hundred. Ten and one hundred twenty is now Most people's lifetime risk just kind of peters out between eighty and ninety so all of these at one ins added together landry with one in eight or at four point eight percent risk of getting breast cancer and the risk of dying from breast. Cancer is one in thirty. Nine of all women said the lifetime risk of dying from breast cancer is two point. Six percent are right number. Three risk factor about which you can do nothing. What happened in that family tree of yours. So why are doctors so obsessed with family history and by the way if anyone ever tells you like oh no but that was on your dad's side it doesn't matter i get it. People kind of think like breasts mom breast cancer and they just don't think dad's family history matter batters it completely matters. You are half of your dad's dna. So whatever was going on in that side of the family matters just as much as the maternal line in when there is a strong family. History of breast ovarian pancreatic cancers the possibility of carrying an inherited be that we talked about at the top of this little show segment. Such as brakha goes way up. So how far up let's just use. Brca as an example. If you have this gene mutation your lifetime risk of breast cancer can be as high as eighty seven percent and ovarian cancer up to forty four percent so these are astronomically high numbers and it would be really important for you to know that you might have this genetic predisposition not to wig you out in like what am i going to do about it anyway. I don't wanna take my breasts. Offer my ovaries out. You don't have to. It's a conversation though worth having but we can screen. You owed so much better if we know. You've got this predisposition so in addition to annual mammograms we'd be doing exams twice a year with me screening ultrasound breast. Mri a teach you how to do a good monthly self breast exam so you really just intensified the screening so that heaven forbid if a cancer develops were finding it at its earliest most curable stage so here the red flags for carrying a possible genetic mutation brakha and all of the others. You can kind of just dulcet as young multiple and rare so is happening to young family members with lots of cancer and infrequent ones like pancreatic and ovarian but here's the fullest so to relatives on one side of the family with breast cancer prior to age fifty or ovarian cancer at any age. If you're ashkenazi. Jewish you just need one relative with breast prior to fifty or ovarian at any age. Why is that. That's because everybody running around has a one in five hundred chance of carrying a brca mutation but just being of ashkenazi descent eastern european descent makes it one in forty so you only one relative to really tip us over into a greater than ten percent chance of having a gene mutation which is basically what this list amounts to is ten percent or greater chance if you yourself have had breast cancer prior to menopause or a triple negative sub-type prior to age sixty or you've had two primary breast cancers which means not one that recurred but two totally separate breast cancers if there are any men in the family with breast cancer. Clearly if there's any known genetic mutation that person has a blood line to you than the risk exists if anyone's had pancreatic cancer and on that same side there's also an ovarian or breast cancer and then finally just three or more of the following going on like a whole bunch of cancer. Breast ovarian pancreatic prostate colorectal. Gastric uterine and melanoma. Here's the thing it used to be prohibitively expensive to test for gene mutations in fact just brca testing prior to twenty fourteen was all we had and if you wanted to pay cash for it to avoid potential insurance like insurance discrimination or something it was forty five hundred dollars now literally for two hundred and thirty nine dollars you contest thirty genes in the privacy of your own home so if you're still worried about insurance things by the way you could order this color kit off of pink lotus dot com slash elements and it will be You registered online than it gets mailed to you you spit in a tube and mail it back and you can call yourself wonder woman if you want you can be totally anonymous with it is not going to your insurance company. No one's going to know these results all right so this is just to see if you're listening. Oh about five minutes ago pop quiz. What percentage of breast cancer can be attributed to an inherited genetic mutation such as brakha ending the percentage of breast cancer. That comes because of a gene mutation only five percents Ha magical eighty seven percent. I know exactly what that refers to that is the percentage of women with breast cancer. Who have at least one first degree. Oh don't have a single first degree relative with breast cancer so eighty seven percent breast cancer. Patients don't have any first degree relatives. breast cancer. Thirteen percent had someone mom's sister daughter. All right okay. Okay and that's the answer here. So the percentage of women with breast cancer who have new for chagrin relatives with breast cancer is eighty seven percent so basically what is this all pointing to now so we've got our three uncontrollable risk factors being a woman getting older and having a strong family history..
Pat Gray Unleashed
"seventy men" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Of the room here. I'm going to stop permission. I'm going to walk into the room. Don't wanna say oh. He wants permission from the labor unions. But not from americans right as somebody on twitter in your audience pointed out how irresponsible for him to walk into that room what a super spreader event potential there. Also am i wrong on this but confusing this with another labor union issue. I think the labor unions are against the mandates. Aren't they will tell you. The postal service is not gonna be subject to this mandate. Isn't that interesting. Of course the teacher's union but what about the afl Everybody else i mean. I'm sure they're on board you whether am sure whether they have to be on board. Now they're required. Here's the headline cove. Nineteen vaccine mandates unions divided overcome. Organize labor. yeah so that's going to be an issue. I wonder if anybody brought up. Well no because before being too bad interesting a. It's so hard. I can't even stand to look at this guy i can't stand to look at it. My head was down for most of that i lost. Tv's do the elvis thing shoot up on screen. Give me another chance. I what's wrong the problem. First of all stovall. Yes first of all if you were able to bring out your weapon and shoot a tv and have someone bring you a new on the spot on the spot. Yeah the day. His dad kept them. Dad kept a lot of the Although should be in a museum there graceland. Okay it'd be a little different nowadays. 'cause they're i don't know a little heavier. It wouldn't scream. They're not heavier necessarily less dramatic. If you have like a little crack as opposed to the whole glass just blowing. It's more dramatic in the seventies man. Yeah now just put a little hole. Yes that wasn't worth. It didn't really satisfy shotgun here. You go all right. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also pat unleashed on twitter. There is good news though is good news in the world. Don't believe in college football this weekend. I know it's a big big stinking day today and then Tomorrow's huge today could be the day the byu officially becomes a power power five program today. So y'all y'all remember the day that your freedom was taken away you vice. Byu with our night. no no. that's not what. I mean you kind of there but nine nine remember that day. That's the day that the king dictated your life for you Nine eleven of course the anniversary of the terror attacks on american soil right but nestled in between and the nice little hammock. Is that great news. Nine ten when byu becomes a joining the big twelve. Yes flirt celebrating that all over the country. All you travel art. Yeah so it's great and as far as the holy war in addition to being alert right it's Byu utah animal needed bad. They need to have it. Yeah got to have it. And if we don't have it going to be a long season. I mean be here next week at all. Oh no going to be a long season friend. Yeah they lose this game number two out of the box. This is supposedly They won the first game one. That's what i mean. Yeah that's what i mean. Number two number two game out of the box they lose that one now Yeah the to the season. They're saying this is twelve tournament on their own. That's a done deal They're saying that this is utah's best team since entering the pac twelve. We'll see a couple of good years. They have yeah they have so we'll see. We'll see a fairly confident. I still i know you know. I know it's a done deal for the big twelve pretty much alba. You know stamping the paperwork but I still wish they would tell them. We get yeah. I know i know you wanna be part of the power five. You want to save her yet. I just wanted to tell them to get out of college football. And especially the way it's about to become i know they take it still live with it. Got to be in power five but they could live another couple years without they could they could. Yes but by twenty twenty five you better be in a conference or you're going to be left behind because they're gonna come super-conferences yeah and then though gonna learn to play. Yeah it was time to play him right. Causal all have arrangements with each other. and then you're out and you're just out all right let me tell you about built bars If you like to snack during the course of the day but you don't wanna get fat doing it. Billboards are the way to go. That's the thing. Yeah that's really yeah And these are delicious flavors. Only one hundred and eighty calories or less of it. Four five grams of sugar. Four to five net carbs eighteen grams grams of protein. So really good really good. Salted caramel is my favorite. But everybody loves the new rocky road to Coconut the mid brownie double chocolate cookies and cream..
We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
"seventy men" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
"Sometimes that like it's naturally balanced on what the best strategy is select when something like that comes out that far and away the best thing to do. It's like any of the other place cells. Just get watered down and watered down watered down until like the heroes. Just a fucking husk of like this is the only way to play it by divine rapier and obviously got eventually but like that that that hurts sometimes clings with maelstrom right. Now right like it's just well speaking of that purge do you think of the. The current patch clinks his fucking disgustingly broken. I don't say that lightly. And i don't say that often he's fucking disgustingly broken. His burning brush is seventy fucking mana. Seventy manatee clear an entire creep wave at like twelve minutes into the game with like one or two lasts afterwards. You can clear an entire stack you can do. Like two of those declared into seventy man. It's insane he is zero mana needs. He's got a one point. Seven five mana region talent at ten that needs to be removed force fucker to buy a ring or like a bottle or fucking something clarity's maybe because like you get away with so much so and he's also got three..
MMA Junkie Radio
"seventy men" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Continuing on here with our. Ufc recap up are both of Jacuzzi also known as you see on. Espn thirty that's right. They were on the leader. So kudos to mma betraying themselves a lot on espn and espn two. Courtesy uc npfl continuing on after to receive some battle were crowned the latest ultimate fighter winners. Which by the way whatever happened that they know eight. He kinda goes. Here's your trophy. You're the winner. And then he steps back like he has nothing it almost seems like he is just going through the most boy he milled those two emailed it in and it was all there to come in and talk about the fines but i remember they used to become like a bigger. Eli arianna would sit there and present like those a medal the trophy and those just a little bit more interaction between the us president in the winners you know and this time like i say it was just like doing earthline everybody. Oh i'm supposed to hand this to you. I think maybe because it's the first time that this card is a card. That's completely devoted to that. The cdc all the fighters from that season fighting on one card. Maybe kinda get what you're saying it. It didn't really even like the positioning of where the fights was a little odd but That was pretty good. Both are really good but in this particular one Man battle has handful early on. That did not like it was going to go his way and he got it through it and was able to get that victory so i kinda like both fights. It's very strange feeling. Because i felt like hind won his fight. I felt he should have been the ultimate fighter there and in the other one. There's an argument to say that battle is is the ultimate fighter but there still some unfinished business out. There was crazy on. Gore seemed to make the most the biggest impression in terms of like if you were to ask people. Hey who has the best chance of becoming a champion from the season. I think no disrespect the touristy of think some people might just tell you that that trae young guys are of course. He wasn't able to fight. And that's why we mentioned gilbert or beena was in the finals here against brian battle. But you know what happened to happen. That's it i'm sure. At some point. They may be locked up but still successful season. We mentioned that many times congrats. The bulk winners derive versus. Kevin lee goes tough loss or kevin lee good friend of the show derived representing l. a. Look good it was a fun fight. I loved this. But i all i can think of is the tough loss appears to be kevin lee when dana white says we gotta see his future still even here imagine how difficult that's to hear her kevin and not to make any excuses for germany. I think it's not standing one fifty five but one seventy man. I don't know if that's future either. You know the first thing you look at when he saw those two guys standing in front of each other was just how undersized kevin lee was right what he's gotta do to look like a one seventy or he's got a pack on the muscle and It just seemed like even the leg kicks that he was taken from derived like they look lately just shook his whole body every time he got hit with you could tell he was out size and so kevin lee had a good first round and he probably could duplicated that in round two and he had the opportunity. But that's man. That's where everything changed. And i think that's where it just starts to be like the size of the other human being beating on humanity just a bigger guy Gotta give the rod. His credit he bought a pretty good fight. You gotta give john wood and syndicate their credit. You know because they've been been churning some fighters around the but doing some good things there and that particular challenge of kevin leaving Is mostly known for being one fifty five. He's still a tough out. That was a good win for kevin. Liana what the hell he does going forward here like. Something has to change and there's been times in his career where he has done that. You'll going up to canada working over there. Those are changes. these done. Some stuff there has to be something else there that i mean. How do you see. Let them because it's always nightly you always find a reason to give kevin lee a main event on something. Yeah if you give them the right match up. So i don't know that. Make sense to really get rid of them. But maybe that is something. Kevin leniency on a new look organization our now. I don't know how to solve that riddle. You know i think about robert. Whitaker moved up from lightweight. Sorry welterweight to middle and became a middleweight champion. he's been super successful and yet he's undersized why can he do it but maybe kevin lee struggling. I don't know but two things stand out for He does seem a little outside outgun but the other one and i would say this to kevin nancy this the candidates. There's just a drop off. I see where in around one and half around to you look almost indestructible almost unbeatable. Especially when you're handling your business especially at one fifty five maybe not necessarily at one. Seventy one seventy is a little bit different but it doesn't look like a fish out of water but then he starts to tire halfway around to around three..
Trailer Junkies Podcast
"seventy men" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"You can have just another take if you just want to another. Take us for you. Just just let it go like. Oh my god how how nice in giving and how loving can this relationship be and then you know they just they just go on for days and he's like clint. We respond to shoot movies in like three months. He's like Give me six. It's amazing he started in nineteen fifty five. I mean what on earth is this guy. Dewey yeah no i mean. He's waking up every day. Every day is a blessing. Every day is a gift. And i'm going to give everyone that i touch the gift of of appreciation and i'm just like you know as somebody who to his core cannot bring himself to watch a clint eastwood movie that he's made for the past twenty years since space cowboy would ever saw by by choice and i was like since then i've been sworn off of it and yet i have this amazing admiration for him and his craft in what he does in the way he works with people. It's just this amazing dichotomy that i have to live with within my within myself. So it's all right and ted every which way but loose go there it is was the yeah was the arena tan movie. And is there. Like a boeing heroin. There wasn't fire fox and he was like the secret plane pilot or something. Oh so fire. Fox was one of my favorite. Clint eastwood movies espionage and behind the back lanes and dude. I'm looking at us filmography right now. I mean this guy has been in like everything. One of my favorite movies of all. Time is kelly's heroes. Oh nice yeah. Nineteen seventy man. Amazing amazing. I mean you know whatever you think of. Clint eastwood good better indifferent. I mean he's been in good better good bad or ugly. He's been you know. I mean a few dollars more like whatever it doesn't matter the guy's been in like one amazing movie..
Bro Bro Bro Bets
"seventy men" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets
"Don't hate that under mitt. I just saw. I just saw the total. I was like that is way too high. I especially hawaii traveling. That far distance like all the way to the states. Just kind of a struggle so. Ucla's defense last year was top. Twenty five against the run number sixty against the past. Hawaii was actually number twenty six against the past number one hundred against around. That's why i thought. Ucla was just gonna keep it on the ground. Fucking classic chip kelly oregon it was spread and it was uptempo but it was a lot of running. This wasn't a ton of blood pass chip. Kelly likes to run the ball. They ran the ball sixty percent. I'm last year. Ucla did I'm seeing a number where opened nine and a half and now it's up seventeen and a half. That scares me a little bit. But i've been watching this for weeks and it's been like eighteen. Nineteen for a little bit. So that at that this What am i trying to say if it opened that the summer. Maybe or something like that. Yeah i'm gonna. I'm gonna stay away from that one but i wouldn't not taking i'm not taking hawaii put it that way. I'm not trusting. Yeah i also did lose their quarterback somewhere in the nfl camps. And so i think just under all the way. I think that's the best player todd graham's. It's you actually so what's up. What's going on walk man on. I nobody at we one yet. Top three too early for this weekend. Footy twenty-five written down on the sheet here twenty five of those. I mean. i will take all twenty-five will i give twenty-five out is another question. I will stay some to jump on early if i get a chance here. If this thing moves lester money. Line against norwich on saturday mice one twenty. Five norwich has been dog. Walked both games. Lester loss yesterday card red card to west and west handsome very good. I would take that west ham. Money for crystal palace's minus one sixty. This will not stay at that for long. Crystal palace has hasn't look great. west ham. Has everton double chance again against brighton. I think everton's better than brighton. Minus one seventy man you wolves. I might stay away from manu's mice one twenty-five money lines it. I don't this was menu as impressive week to go. South hampton look very good against the wolves lick against tottenham taught him well. I like this walls team. Might stay away from that one. That's just epl. I mean we can go through this later but tomorrow. Let's just say if you had because you don't want to today jump on as before they. I'm into this sunday here but go back to saturday. Bundesliga leverkusen moneyline mice. One forty against augsburg leverkusen dog walk mushroom gladbach. Yep i mean this leverkusen team looks good. That's good value stood guard. Draw no bet against freiburg stewart. Very good squad. Freiburg doorman last week. I think at draw no bet at minus one sixty stick arts worth the shot here. Union berlin the double chance heroes again this year so far there against masha glad back i might stay away from that one. They were double chance. Mice one seventy. They're double chance mice to thirty. Now do that and then probably hop on real madrid against real betis. Real betis hasn't looked good real tied last week. So that's why you're gonna get reality one twenty five money line. Athletico madrid against villarreal mice twenty-five money line. Anytime you can get athletico up money line. I'm gonna take it and then severe minus one thirty five money line against l. che. I mean severe is a good squad. They won yesterday late. But guy from tottenham has been very good. I banged in a few goals. Lamella has played very well for sarah. So i like severe. Their league has been. It's been tough so far. Yeah i mean. Leon can't win. A game. niece has looked very good. Look at them money line against bordeaux saturday their minds one sixty right now niece. I mean they beat marseille in a bit of a turned into a bit of a dust up and then i might not know. There's a lot of other games here but league has been very interesting a lot of dogs but we'll have more closer to the weekend before. Get out of your odds. Boosts bluejays brewers cardinals all to win. Plus three seventy bluejays have the white sox so like that's not guaranteed brewers have the cincinnati reds definitely not guaranteed and the cardinals have flaherty going against who they playing cards. Yeah flared against the miz. I'm not taking that post that. Reds beer brewers game. I got a weird feeling about that. One maybe burns might get god i. There's no reasoning behind it. He's been lights out. But i just feel like maybe due to give up. A few zero runs scored first inning of mets and giants plus one thirty No thank you dow. Probably stay away. oh fucking double both the seattle storm in the washington mystics to win plus two hundred. Who was at the white house today. Bill and beer don't was it was. It was a bill in beer. What team is bill. Nba coat celtics for double play so the seattle at the white house. They're playing tonight yesterday. you know. Maybe maybe they're resting on there. I'm not taking. I don't do. This often. Told me. But i might sit out at wnba odds boost. Call me crazy tonight. Just usually i would but tonight i sit this one out. We should probably tweet out the rollover Yeah things fifteen hundred. Fifteen hundred fifteen hundred. We'll do that Good luck on that. Yeah ten teams ten leg mice one thirty or worse yes sir. We're back tomorrow. Low golf tournament. Oh supposedly yesterday..
The Steve Deace Show
"seventy men" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Just just i i wanted. I wanted to be in the development meaning when somebody came up with that title for the movie. Because i'd have been like. I need to quit right now. I'm never going to come up with a better movie title. The rest of my life than that. So indiana jones raiders of the lost ark number. Sixteen on my sweet sixteen favorite movies of all time which brings us to number fifteen. Aaron believes this is a dude code violation. But i have gone with the wind at number fifteen. This is. i used to watch this once every year and has haven't watched it in several years. But i mean you wanna talk. This is the alternate old school. Hollywood epic before. Cgi when they were using actual extras for everything. And clark gable is rhett butler dude. Dude you wanna talk about timeless. That guy's nickname should be dude code. Okay i mean does it get any freaking cooler than car gable. In general of course the controversy surrounding this movie. Frankly my dear. I don't give a damn and the whole controversy about having that line in the movie at that time i mean nowadays you put your kids. And they watch the disney channel and They're told i don't give a damn but back. Then it was. It was a scandal for clark gable to utter that line unedited in a movie Everybody has this film considered one of the ten greatest movies of all time by any objective list. If you If you adjust for inflation. It's i think one of the five or six highest-grossing movies of all time. It's about a period it in an encapsulates historical period that i've always been very fascinated by which is that. Which is the civil war era. When i grew up as a kid i watched the blue and the gray the north and the south all that kind of stuff studied bunch of that in school and everything else And the cinematography. It's it's it came out the same year as another movie. That's gonna be on this list here in a little bit. And i wouldn't say that it's quite that impressive but still when you look at the landscape and the way you realize that they made this movie almost seventy five years ago. It's it's it's pretty incredible. And i absolutely love the film. Love it and this is the kind of movie by the cold wintry desolation day or a soldiery hot summer day. You want to go outside and you have three and a half hours to kill. This one is right up your alley so gone with the wind is number fifteen on my list. I've seen it once. It was a longtime ago before. I was married so more than twenty years ago. It's made almost no impact on me other than the obvious scenes that i can remember which makes me think i need to go back and watch it Again i but this this. I will say this th this only we're only two in. This is a perfect day. Sian melding so far indiana. I mean most people would be from one of those two the other one. Is that what you're saying. If this is the quality of the list so far. I'm in now erin this dude code violation and not just one of the lead male characters name is ashley. Shit is f-. I made the case that i want to make. I'll get fired on the spot like that's ever before true Here's the thing though. I'll i'll give you a pass on this. Now if there was like a musical. Like rogers and hammerstein or a west side story on your list somewhere then it would be like burn this list with fire. I agree agree. But there's not so number thirteen. Moolah there's no late is like les miz. I think is a good movie but but if it was paired with gone with the wind in any top twenty any top sixteen list than no jonah hill. Gif i still think. Shakespeare in love is a better movie than saving private ryan. Down here and remember. The big controversy that year at the oscars won best picture. I saw both movies. I do and it's a good move. It is a good move and and saving private ryan opening. Ten minutes is the best picture of the year the rest of the movie. I don't like i don't and you know what i don't like about. It is really got really i to this day. I believe they vietnam world war two. We're not doing anything noble here. What's the point of all this. We just wanna go home. Nothing's happened here. That's the rest of the movie starts off with the this heroic stand on the on the beaches of northern france. Okay and then. The rest of the movie is tom. Hanks is essentially Tom cruise in born on the fourth of july. Just wants out. it's dumb stupid. what are we doing it. Pissed me off watching it. I have not seen the movie since. I saw it in theaters because it made me so mad watching it at the time that might be one. You need to see you know. Yeah the misreading okay. It's one i need to see a war is he. So i mean it wasn't they weren't all. Gi joe undergrad. Kind of gi joe. But this wasn't denying in the summer of seventy man. Okay you know this. We're not we're not we're not. We're not practicing military masturbation to lbj's domino theories you see. This is freaking existential. You know end of the world kinda stuff in. Everybody knew it you know and i really didn't like the You know We're just gonna mail at in here. What's the point you know doesn't make any sense i. It really bothered me when i saw them. Do you remember that allowed before. Perhaps best reflects broke. But okay i got to number fourteen on. The list is avengers endgame. And we've done so much about this movie in the past couple of years i..
Boston Public Radio Podcast
"seventy men" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"It's so nice to your you good to hear you. I dunno. She's talking about the whoever it is awesome. It's me guide i now. I think it's both of you. I do miss margie today. But hey she'll be back bruce. She needs a vacation. I like i like mike that hooks. How come i think he's great. Why because it's not about the host. It was never. I mean it only became about alex. Rebecca's he went along and frankly my whole family has grown up watching jeopardy and i watched my whole life. I'm fifty one. And i love it. And i get off on getting mad at him i. We used to get mad at alex when he would y he would feel because he would make an a contestant. Feel back axle pompous sometimes. Did you guys oversee the episode. Where there was a kid. He misspelled the final jeopardy by a couple of letters it. Was you know the trials you know tournament and he said what will you misspelled that by badly. And and yeah that's incorrect. Alexandra guy the rule at the holiday dinner. You know like alex with zing you and you'd like oh my gosh alex that was kinda that hit kinda hard like he was. He was always very very you know in control but every now and then he would get roughly. He made fun of somebody for some hobby was dungeons and dragons or something you know so he to me that made him interesting because they know he's not coming back sue. He's pretty much done the show so hey reuss love to hate him. You know i love to like be angry with alex. Rude is your mike richards position. I wasn't quite clear that you want someone who fades into the woodwork. And he d- serious. But you know but they all have to say. I didn't know this. Until i watched studiously for the last few months. They all do clearly the producers. Say you can't talk too much. She which is why. I never could do it. You can't you can't show too much personality. I think despite that people like balak we're able to sort of break through but you know. I think all you have to. What's that i agree with you. She she actually was the absolute to me and best choice would have been about choice. Plus she's a woman i mean. Come on what are the way. I'm not laughing at you root. Thank you for the call. When i was talking about trying to fade into the background our colleagues just send soon me a photograph of trebek's on something called wizard of odds o. D. s. an nbc. Show in the seventies which he's wearing a wide lapels. What is that a plaid suit. Bell-bottoms suit boy game shows of the seventies man. There was nothing nothing quite like them. So so are you saying that the conventional wisdom was the trebek's sort of had an edge. Oh yeah no. He definitely had an edge. No he he he. He had an edge he was and he kept it under control for the most part but every now and then he would just you know radically overstep in a way Which would make the contest and feel bad or what they did for living like one woman. I don't i don't remember what they did but they were and i don't wanna sound completely General listrik and why and sweeping here. But there'd be jobs that you would expect people on jeopardy. What have you know. And he would make fun of them are Hobbies that they would have and he would do it in a real zingy kind of you know way that would make i loved it. I thought it was interesting. The reaction of that is..
They're Terrified & Tipsy
"seventy men" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy
"We're all sitting around the table and they're eating and drinking and they're smoking and they're talking and they're like i love all like smoking cigarettes on. Isn't it so funny. Who's the seventy smokes on airplane. But it's so that they're indisp- agent and they're all just like chain smoking cigarettes. There's always somebody smoking. I like the seventies man all right so now going alarm goes off and they said that mother wants to talk to the captain of the ship. And i'm like mother saw your to okay with any other name for it. Probably it's like the motherboard of their shape. It's like the main computer. Whatever for the show. We're trying to call it. Mother and i don't like that so he goes downstairs and he starts messing with the computers and stuff was like. There's a lot of hundred percents like a lot. And there's like lights flashing all kinds of stuff so he likes starts playing with that. And i was like this is like a reminiscent of my like green apple computer as like. Oh yeah where. It's like a black screen with green text on like the computers were never quite white. They were always like a yellow white color and the keyboards were always like that know. They were old or like they were that way. Because that's how they came but nothing was ever like a solid white. Oh is like a little bit yellow. you're the roomie was in blang. it was like a padded cell. Let's get psych ward of pat. You got in there going well. It's like a twenty foot long by like five at highlight lights. Just there's ninety lights and it's like padded looking cell and then random very randomly placed small computer screen. Oh my god in just random in the wall and he has his giant keyboard like he's like button button button and then mother's like thinking about stuff and we're green letters come up and we're like how do you even see the screen from where he that smallest green eight aided small. Alex is not constructive. Well they figure out that you know. They're trying to get a hold of like traffic control..
"seventy men" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The year Smart speaker just a plain 95.5 WSB or the WSB radio app. Tony Thomas is on scene of that I 16 road closure heading out to Savannah and Tybee Island. He's going to join us in 30 minutes with a firsthand account. Of what's going on there. But what do we do? Every time every Tuesday and Thursday? At this time, I'm trying to say yes, right. Harper Place for the feeling with little so he is the guru. He suits they are the true seeker. The Askar of unanswerable questions. He joined us every Tuesday and Thursday. The market, um, show He is little Sanjay. And would you rather how are you, Sanjay? I'm doing well, man. I got a haircut. Trim my beard. I'm looking fresh, looking forward to the rest of this summer break. So Sandri's beard's grown out. Longoria, is this the longest your beard has ever been, son? No, no, no. Sometime last year during Covid. It was I was actually a little bit embarrassed about it. So do you lose clients with that beard? Do people say, you know, I don't want this guy doing my taxes? A good question. You know, I don't see a lot of clients. I mean, We? We community. Yeah, Actually, most of the time. I did have a meeting with a new client weeks ago, and I thought about it and, uh, you know, I think things working out Okay. As your business manager, I say you go to your advantage. Barbershops. Let him treating that thing up for you. And, uh, I think I'll be better for your bottom line. Anyway. Sanjay is better at would you rather than he is it accounting. He is going to ask us unanswerable questions. We're going to answer in studio. I would love for you to play along in your car. What's the first question tonight, Sanjay? First of all, you got that backwards? I'm better to counting that. Would you Rathers, but number all right Number one, would you rather have infinite money or infinite luck? Wow. You're asking a poker player that question first off son of a gun. Well, I guess if I have infinite money doesn't matter from lucky at the poker table, so give me infinite money. Infinite, infinite money, Debra Green, Infinite money or Infinite luck Trying to think of what I need to be lucky for, Like, what would I use the advantage? Like if you were lucky that dude that hit you in your car? He wouldn't hit you. He would've hit someone else. Find him. Yeah, I will know if I have money. I'll just go buy a new car. All right. So you're taking the money? Loti Chuck, who's pretty much got it in unlimited. Uh, allowance from his hot neighbor wife. She likes you. Yeah. You want infinite money or infinite luck? Short of avoiding some sort of like unforeseen accidents. It's like, uh, I gotta go with the sure bet and go with them. Get the money. Get the money, honey. It can. It can solve a lot of pills. Longoria, the stoic one. Yeah, I'm gonna go in for the benefit of my alright. So we got unanimous there, Sanjay. Surprising, but not surprised. Right Number two. Did you think any of us would pick infinitely? I mean, you know, infinite look, Maybe if I reword that with like, uh, infinite money or terrible, bad luck. Oh, yes. Probably be you guys might you have limited money, But you have bad luck all the time Wrecked. Correct. Yeah, that way. Yeah. Put that in your files for six months from now, when we forget about this question, all right. Next question Size week number two. Would you rather travel forward 50 years or travel backwards? 50 years? Do the math from me, Debra 50 years ago was 19. 70 1971, so pre my existence What was going on in 71. Now the seventies man, it was love. No, no, it was the sixties. Yeah, You missed that. But I just I'm scared for the future. I'm not going to lie to you. I'll go back in 1971. I'll do the Marty McFly with the Sports Almanac, and I'll bet you know who's going to win the 75 World Series. I bet heavy on the reds, etcetera, so I'll go back. 50 years asked Debra who the president was in 1971. I'm curious..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"seventy men" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is brought to you by Toyota Toyota's official website for deals. Buy a Toyota dot com Thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening. Early morning thunderstorms Getting off this Thursday started on the wrong foot for us weather wise. Band moving quickly Right now. It's just off to our coast. It's clearing out East Later today, though, some pretty decent weather as we experience a cool down, mostly clouds break for some sunshine at times today, it will be much cooler hides it back into the seventies. Man has also moved through. We'll see some heavy rain at times late tonight into tomorrow with some gusty winds. And that is WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson this morning. The National Weather Service upgrading the tropical storm watches as they are now. Tropical storm warnings for different parts of southern New England, Connecticut, right Island, also parts of the Massachusetts coastline, including the Cape and the Islands. And as we deal with overnight and early morning storms were also getting ready for Elsa WBC's James Rojos is out trying to find out how local utilities are getting ready. With the threat of power outages heading into the week. It's time to start crossing things off that storm safety checklist. Every source is expecting to have its hands full, thanks to the incoming tropical storm, which could down or damaged power lines. That's why they're encouraging us to make sure we're prepared for before, during and after the storm. Among the things were urged to do is to get a storm kid ready with items including batteries of water and a first aid kit. Unplug sensitive equipment. If you don't have search protectors and check for damage after the storm passes, but never approached or touched down the wire. Rather reported as soon as possible. In Roxbury, James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 602, now to more people who were arrested.
"seventy men" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Ted radio hour from npr. I'm newsom around. And we want to end our series on the ocean with a look back at how much our understanding about oceans has changed over the last century through. The eyes of legend is a three-year-old knocked over by a wave and life in the ocean has held my attention. ever since this is oceanographer. Sylvia earle i'm a national geographic explorer and founder of mission. Blue dr earl. Can i call you soviet. Or should i call you. You're deep as you have been referred to over so you can call me. Whatever like i've been called a lot of things that years. Sylvia is eighty five years old. Now and what. We've learned over the past six decades or so about our oceans is in part. Thanks to her. I remember a day when i was able to go in the ocean with someone who knows as much as anybody in the world about what's underwater in our world. Her name is sylvia earle as a scholar. She went on scientific expeditions all over the globe. She was usually the only woman on board a team. Documenting see life. Some of which is now. Extinct began by converting. The former presidential in the sixty s space travel was all the rage but sylvia got people excited about exploring the mysteries of the deepest oceans and in the nineteen seventies. She lived in an underwater lab studying coral reefs. Our team of divers will attempt to leave for two weeks while leading an all female team. I know ironically. These astronauts are not men but five young and attractive women the world's first real life mermaids then in nineteen seventy nine new tool in the scene sylvia helped design and test a special pressurized underwater suit if successful she will be the first woman to walk the seafloor beyond one thousand feet. She said that record then. Later led noah the government agency tasked with protecting the ocean. Sunia earl received a presidential point. That was the culmination of a life's work. Gb sylvia received numerous titles and honorary degrees including the million dollar ted prize in two thousand nine in short. Sylvia earle is a pioneer. Who has no plans to stop advocating on behalf of the ocean or stop exploring. I'm still breathing. I'm still diving. I come on. Are you still going in submarines. Why not. he's like getting into a car for heaven's sakes all right. So sylvia. Tell me about how you first got so curious about the ocean and marine life. You grew up in florida right and you spent a lot of time exploring ch- for me. It was an adventure every day after school to be able to go and weighed in these seagrass and cc urgings defined little seahorses about half the length of my little finger their pygmy seahorses known as and assault creatures like see. Here's used to crawl around in those metros and scallops. Walk out and see these blue. Eyed scholars just pulsing around. But they they like or jet propelled when they close their. The two halves of their shuttles would just such exciting adventure at caisley to find a liberal octopus such joy. And it sounds like you let that joy and all the questions that you had a about these creatures you let them kind of propel you academically because you you knew you wanted to be. A scientist are just kept making choices along the way that would lead me in that direction. All the science classes. I could take but not. All the classes had answers. I had to go see for myself and find books that would answer some of the questions but the books were always enough. I ask questions. Couldn't have well. So you stuck with it. And ended up getting your phd in botany specifically aquatic plants and algae and I i love the story. About how in nineteen sixty four. You jumped at an invitation to work On scientific expedition to the indian ocean. And you were the only woman on the boat. Their headline in the mombasa daily times. The next day came out. Soviet sales away with seventy men but she but she expects no problems and actually the only problem that any of us really had was your a little boat on the surface of the ocean and our job. Our goal was to explore.
The Lowe Post
"seventy men" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"They're not guarding him. So it just be draymond. Green your ten feet off the screen. And then he sets a screen for seth curry. And you're like well. That's nice like seth curry just made a floater and shot along to like like. I don't seth curry like the guy was a six man or seventy man on the mavs less. I and then okay. So do that for tobias well tobias and banner very often defended by size players so teams will just switch that and i just so so the other the other simmons stat that is really interesting in the regular season. Ben simmons ran sixteen pick and rolls per one hundred possessions that's medium volume for a player like him but it was like part of the deal they would post them up and embiid would come screen around the block and that was like a little funky pick and roll. They could run in the playoffs. He's running seven point five. Pick and rolls per one hundred possessions. That's like nothing against the hawks through two games. He's run seven. Pick and rolls in the irish help you. I mean if you're on a floor during an nba playoff game. You can accidentally walk into six pickles into games. I mean that's that's yeah you know and and i just think the pendulum at that point has swung too far to. He's just doing nothing in the dunker spot and you know look they make it work because embiid is that good because he makes these baletic baletic belletti whatever ballet three fading away a lodge one post upshots. That are ridiculous. But you have simmons in the dunker spot. sometimes you have also on the floor and two the sixers credit. The table simmons embiid trio. Which feels like. It shouldn't work because there's just not enough shooting around and beat it's been really good in the playoffs and the regular season. it's just sometimes gets clunky. There's a possession. Game two. And simmons had lou williams on the dunker spot and they need to look at him they just screwed around and took along to and the other thing is if he's got a guard trae young right. They have the opportunity to get that match up on the other end after stops. And that's what. Ben did so well in the first round against washington when they had all these little guards defending them the whole game when they get a stop he would say. I've got a small guy on me. I'm going hard right in his face. And that's the way i wanna see. Ben simmons her trae we keep talking about. These teams can't entree young. The knicks don't have the personnel dany. Green is about a safe as a hiding place as it gets. You run a couple of the industry and actions like if they get that match up for a second in semitransition. Ben simmons has ball his ass over and get a duck. I just feel like the pendulum has swung too far to ben. Simmons doing nothing even with his defensive contributions which are enormous. I i think there's some splitting of differences to do here and one is an and they used to do this in the regular season. I haven't seen her a lot of sort of what i call the old korry magaji sets right where you know. Maybe it's harris. Maybe it's it doesn't matter who it is down screen for. Ben comes flying up the corner curling and catching the ball on the move at the elbow. Going no drills right right to because he can catch you can catch at ten feet on the go. And who the hell's gonna stop that right. And i think that's the sort of sort of bowling ball. Plays as i like to call them and mcgee was always great at running them when i used to watch a lot of their games and i. I think that you know that has been done. Effectively for ben simmons in the past and it's just get him the ball on the move especially if it's not a transition game the obviously look if the sixers can get really good stops on a regular basis. He is the single best accelerator of good defense into transition offense in the league outside of maybe janas right and he'll always be exceptionally useful in a game when that is happening. But i i think i'm with you like in the it can't just be as you say sitting in the dunker hoping for something they probably should precipitate a couple of things that are easy to do and again. He's got decent hands he can catch on the go and once he catches on the go. There's nobody in that hawks defense who's on collins it will. We've talked about. John collins If charles berkeley's nickname. Anthony davis street clothes which i didn't i love charleston. I didn't think those nineteen fair i. I'm surprised basketball. References already. not listed like dunker spot. Benny is ben simmons nixon. He's just there all the time doing nothing. Which is not nothing because he can cut an offensive rebound anyway. The other thing about phillies game two is the perfect representation of this. I just. I never know what this bench is going to be and shake milton's our rotation and she comes and saves there s and game two with a flurry a proverbial flurry a plethora of crazy shots. And the i just. I don't know how you feel about this. I just i just don't feel like george hill has impacted their team as much as i thought he would. He's like a good player he he. He blew up a h. o. In game two of the beautiful steel and take coast-to-coast a rake intake. Is.
"seventy men" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Block walk from my office to the subway. I had a little bit more of like a pep in my step, then I would have expected And I think it's Ansel Ariely related to the Covid. But what it really was for me is that for 10 years before the pandemic, I was living in New York sort of from my late twenties to my late thirties feeling like I haven't made it, you know, am I going to be able to last in this? Aggressive, rigorous environment. And this past 15 months has like removed any kind of second guessing any kind of insecurity, shortage of confidence because we got through arguably the most difficult, you know, year of any of our lives and going back to those same streets and neighborhoods that I've been on before. Felt to me radically different in a very uplifting kind of way that it gave me a totally different perspective on I am okay. That's Danny groaner of New York City on his first day back in the office. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR News, 9 35 and from KQED News. I'm Julie Chang. And it's time for right now Wish My check. Check one. Check two. Are we here? All right. We're here. Right now. Each this week right now is host Pendarvis Harshaw talks to Richard Humphrey, a roller skater who's been at it since the seventies. Over the past year. He's seen the uptick in roller skating, but he wants people to understand. It's more than a trend. How would you describe the scene when you first started skating? Yeah, There's just been epic all these years, and I'm glad that I could say that I was there from the very beginning. Words just can't describe the feeling of just getting that role, learning how to do moves, learning how to do things. What was so cool about the rig day, especially the late seventies. Man. Everybody's passion was unbelievable. I mean, it was like the coolest thing in the whole world. When we started skating together, we had all have big radios are big boom boxes. We put two or three of them together. Wait for a song on the radio just so we can dance and.
"seventy men" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"On a dark desert highway way Cool. Wind in my hair won't believe death rising up through the Bed in the distance. I saw Shimmer light. My head grew heavy and my sight grew Damn had to stop the other night that she stood in the way. Volition E was thinking to myself. This could be just could be here they should have done but tender. She showed me the way they were horses down this quarter dog. Damn Well did it. Such things. Confined twist seventies man's she buys, she calls How then? Swift master in that stupid yet, so I go to really say we haven't had that spirit since 19 sister. Still, those watches are calling from far away when you up tonight just advanced. Well, come down for lunch. But you just Are, you know? You're is on this feeling the pink champagne on ice, and she said, way are just prisoners here. In the master's chambers together public feast. Stab it with this feeling eyes but they just can't kill the beast was back to the place. Relax, man, Young grant to see You can check out anytime you like. But you can never Mm hmm. Okay? All right. Sonny one else of another, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. Welcome. Wait. What It's my desire. Oh, help! Yeah, right. All right. It's always sunny in the acreage when you're listening to one of 79..
Red Blonde Fox
"seventy men" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
"In the six month. In the fifth day of the mind. I said in my house and that Of judah set before me that the hand of the lord god failed still there upon me. Then i'd be hells and low a lightness as the appeared on fire from the appearance of his lions even don ward fire and from headlines even upwards at the appearance of brighton at the color of ambulance and he put for the form of him and took me by a here at speed. Lifted me up between the earth. And the haven't brought me. In the business of god to jerusalem to the door of the instigate that look towards nor twelve feet of the image of the jealous would provoke jealousy and behold the glory of the glory of the god of israel was there according to the business that i saw in the plane then said he unto me son of man lift up the arm now the way towards the north so i looked it. Up is the way towards the north and behold northward at the gate of the art disadvantage of the jealous engine. He says for the more onto make up man though what they do. Even the great abomination that the hall of israel committed. Here's that is to go far off from my from my claim to wear but tied the yet again and i'll shoot fees greater abomination. Ooh and he brought me to the door of the court. And when i looked behold a hole in the wall then fed he had to me sign of maine dig now in the wall and when i had big in the wall behold adore and he said to me go in and behold the wicked abomination that they do here so i went in and saw and behold every form of creeping and abominable beef and all the idols of the how of israel's portrayed upon the wall mounted and there before seventy men the ancient of the health of israel and in the midst of them stood in all k with every man is sensor in his hand and a cloud of innocence went up then said he unto me son of man has all seen what the ancient of the halls of issue do in the every man in the chamber of his emerson for they say the lord fears is not the lord had put the earth he said also into me turn the year again and all the greater abominated that they do. Then he bought me to the door of the gate of the lord's house which was toward which was what the north and behold there said. They're sick women. Weepy tapped danced. Said he unto me have has seen this old son of man turned the yoga and also to see great abominated and these and he bought me into the into court of the lower town and behold at the door of the temple of the lord between the ports and the authors were about five and twenty mean with their thoughts towards the temple that fit on now as we are the saints his. He's other people that says with their mouth. They say that they raised the wiki. Polls in god we stores you because there wasn't e- is what we love. This'll be be zero is an arm free rates. This'll be y'all of the senior visit go is anyway. See what see people today. If they the holidays come see spout spirit edge. Got he gives.
Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"seventy men" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"I rather have a fully rested rope a every other game than making play every game. Honestly with the way that he's been don't have fox and dixon we won't have a full have seventy men did fox are not go tonight. I thought he played tonight. Did he know know fox and no dickinson. So get this. That's that's four centers for the stars four centers that are that are hurt right now. So that's tyler tyler. Sagan's been out this entire season He's our number one center. Our number two in a row. A hands is in and now the lineup. This entire season so far in the game and he wasn't today but we really had to have him today. and then jason dickinson. Who has are are i would say. He's our fourth line. Center is out. And he was playing a up on the first line with prevail ski in travelsky and robertson and then freaking roddick fox is now out too so it in sinners we don't have any centers daime. Ben was playing center. Tonight he has a senator like that he hasn't been forced to play center in tyler's egg. Yeah since so the in you. I'm going to rehash something. That elliott friedman said in the thirty one Thoughts podcasts the other day that he does for sports net up in canada It really sucks to lose games like this if you're a stars fan but look at the team look at the team and who's on the team right now. Look at who is out. Look at who has hurt. And the fact that the stars team is five hundred ya. Nhl five hundred. We've lost ten overtime losses but the fact that this team is nhl. Five hundred is absolutely incredible and eliot freed. Men was singing the praises of the dallas stars and he was very impressed with the fact that you know with ahl depth players now ahl top players age of depth players that are coming into this lineup and doing the best that they can against these clubs. Like these I mean this is a juggernaut team. This is a different team. The the the carolina hurricanes are juggernaut team. They're the only place where i would say..