23 Burst results for "Slingers"

"slingers" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"slingers" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"And then he noticed the person with the camera and he pretended he wasn't really frustrated. He was getting because he couldn't open the thing. And he did a fake smile. That's him. That's what was happening there. All right, so Molly tossed us $3500 and would like a roast of people who say yuck or gross about her pets. And while we're at it, we should also roast her dad Phil as well. Oh, I'm sorry, I can barely stand to look at this scaly, grotesque monster. I mean, the eyes alone. They just they freak me out. They just tell you this thing doesn't have a soul. The lizards are cute, though, just not the same. This returns her adorable. Right? I know a lot of people are down on you for your lizard pets and them not having fur, but I think that if you started referring to them as your skin baby, they would think you're talking about your dad. Or your scale baby. Yeah, either or. Yeah. Okay. I know it looks like we got a photo with the lizards and then a second photo with the dad. But I actually zoomed out of the second photo and that is a gecko on a rock. Yes, the gecko is disowning its lesbian daughter because it's a national bigot Morgan. But it's a gecko. It's yeah. No right, so speaking of which, your pets are fucking awesome. I'm guessing that given the chance they'd save you a hell of a lot more than 20% on your car insurance. But, okay, and I mean this for real. Your dad looks like something that cuphead would fight. He looks like the byproduct of some bygone problematic era of animation and and we just overlook how shitty he looks at a politeness. What I'm saying is this appearance is a lot like his religious beliefs. Tom.

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"slingers" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"slingers" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"But I was an asshole on purpose. No, I was a purposefully an asshole. I believe you mean hoops are an asshole. I get to vote. So yeah, God gave everyone the right of jokey deflection of your inner frustration about knowing deep down that you're meaningless asshole from a Tom roast during vulgarity for charity. That was in the Bible. It was like a fusion or something. But regardless, schmeck is a liar. It wasn't just a joke. He does have animosity and he is that simple minded. Right after the phone call, he posted a video of that conversation on his YouTube channel with the caption we talked to President Biden on Christmas Eve. Hashtag let's go Brandon. And during an interview last week, schmeck said his super clever fuck you during a Christmas Eve call with his kids. Was based on frustration with Biden's policies. He mentioned which policies, by the way, those were vaccine mandates. Inflation, Biden's policy of infrastructure. Yeah, I bet Schmidt's really affected by those. Yeah, he's done a lot of macroeconomics. Runs the World Bank does he? Yeah, sure. You know, as the money supply in and out, he meant a lot of stuff they didn't say there. One other policy he didn't like was the global supply chain problem. Biden policy of that. Biden's global policy, yeah. Of supply chain problems. Yes. Okay, you know that moment in a superhero movie where like for no reason whatsoever, everyone's mad at Superman because Lex Luthor blew up a thing and he's like, yes. That's the political version of that is just like, oh, you let the green goblin blow up that tower Spider-Man. I'm on J Jonah Jameson's side. Thanks, Obama. Yeah. Also, just a quick background on Jared Smith. He's a former police officer. He resigned in 2018 after I think 6 years on the course. And now his job is answering the phone at the electrician business owned by his dad. And when asked, why he resigned during that same interview, schmuck answered. Pass. I.

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"slingers" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"slingers" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Lead story tonight, even NASA decided to get in on the Spider-Man fandom this week by naming their new rocket ship after the web slinger himself, though. Nobody tell them it's Peter Parker and not what the hell are you doing? Oh, I'm doing the lead story. About the James Webb space telescope that I've been wanting to talk about since they started working on the damn thing 25 years ago. I'm pretty sure it's actually a rocket ship now. I have seen this badly. A do you see that over there? Oh, what? You got a chance to look at the damn thing up close and you passed on that for a restaurant for a lunch restaurant. You're a fucking vegan. Worth it. It was worth it. No, it wasn't in our lead story tonight. We can only wish the James Webb space telescope was named after Spider-Man. Actually, in reality, it's named after a notorious homophobe oversaw NASA during the so called lavender scarron, which the Truman administration demoted or fired everyone suspected of ever having the same sex relationship at any point in their lives. And even after a scientific American pointed that out and said, hey, you guys want to take a Mulligan on that telescope's name? We'll give you a Mulligan. NASA decided to double down. Because the Caucasian male boomer making that decision doesn't think old white guys should be held accountable for their past bigotries. So weird that he would. We wanted to end that trap. We like that. That we're in. But despite the controversial name, the telescope itself is on the short list of coolest things ever built by humanity along with the ISS, the LHC and the air fryer. Okay, well, I'm gonna add one more. That flew that mostly kills Republicans is.

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Marvel's Spider Man Game: Everything You Need to Know

Biz Talk Radio Programming

00:59 min | 9 months ago

Marvel's Spider Man Game: Everything You Need to Know

"I'm Andy Solomon Marvel. Spiderman puts players in an original story action packed with adventure for the famous Web slinger. Players take on the role of an experienced spider man who has spent eight years behind the mask, defeating new threats as they emerge PlayStations Assad Kissel bash has more despite a man is more experienced, and yet still vulnerable. Tony's acrobatic agility and mastered combat, which will see right away in the first few minutes a game play, but it's Peter Parker. He also grappled with this mounting pressure not to mess things up. He's older has jobs and bills to pay you learn. It's not easy being Peter Parker and Spider Man when these two worlds collide. The gameplay is remarkable, just like the story. And how about Marvel's New York City marbles? New York City is impressive, and Sony really outdid themselves with the Games, richly detailed Manhattan neighborhood. Definitely take some time to swing around the city. Only a lot of fun, but you might just find a hidden secret or two. For more information on Marvel Spiderman visit PlayStation dot com. During these difficult times, we understand

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"slingers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:09 min | 11 months ago

"slingers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"One racing in that. They owned a number of sports brands. One of them was prince but it wasn't doing very well. It was losing money in falling away by falling down they they kind of rankings in makia and you know they wanted to sell it so we bought we voted for about forty million dollars became the owners of prince and what prince actually had an in monto balloon. Italy was They had an incredible. Rnd department that they'd set up but they really didn't know what it was that they needed to build. And so i spent. I remember going down down to to to to the dt Spent some time with them. And i just saw this racket in the corner of the room in their room. Which was this rid looking. Racket picked it up and it had holes all over the frame and named the cheese racket. I said wow that's like swiss cheese ragged and they said yeah. This is something we were playing around with. And we didn't. I didn't really work wasn't quite sure and i was fascinated by this racket. I said why if we could make this thing work for prince this would be huge. And so you know. I convinced them to really stop refocusing on on on how to take that racquet and commercialized. Basically make late. Let's make iterations as tested. Let's figure out how it works and that racket became the you know the extra. Eso threes All three at the beginning. And you know that. That's the story in itself because we had various iterations of the oc rackets but we had one which was orange colored which was co three tour which i would say today is actually the only racket in my mind. That was better than the pro staff racket. It was a better and we proved that success by this was this was a racket that look visually different. The play completely different than any kind of normal you know whether it was a head radical or a wilson pro-style for yonex racket that would typically on the tour or even a bubble up your drive. That was very public rackets iraqi. That look so different. Hit hit so different sounded different. Felt very different. And of course you know some of the agents of the players that we we approach to task it. They said no no. No he's never gonna play with that racquet looks to different. That just never gonna work. Well i can tell you. After three years. I think we had over a hundred players buying with the three to a racket including one famous geigo nikolai dovidenko who went from obscurity to winning the atp finals without reckitt and every other player that we had played that racket. And i think the number one hundred and twenty four players in the end including charipova year of eli guillermo coria. Many you know one call aspera. Many many players litt- famous today every single one of them improve their ranking with that record every single one that used it improve that ranking and so in my mind the auxiliary to was on the greatest you know and still is one of the great record. The tennis racket of feels like every you're saying that i have. I have a couple of them here. I use them for a brief stint. I thought they were great. I had the the the orange one. And then there's a blacker versions would have been a foreign. John was yeah. There was one was in your one. I thought they were great. But that's so many players that used to iraq it that was like quick move with. Tell us michael chang. He had the extended racket and is it true. He had that but nobody knew that at the beginning i was actually. Maria extended Much longer racket because he was he was a gase type lag. Short guys super fast around the cook return but he needed extra power and so by giving him. i think it was only. It was only Maybe it was a bit over an inch. Extra length gave him it was it was like a baseball bat. You know it was just gave him the extra kick in everything you know and so you know it was a bit of a you know it was just done for him as a pro spec racket at the beginning and eventually because it worked in then got commercialized and became the long long buddy. Tennis record you know so You know which was also right successful for prince of that time and remember ever sign an irish player called casey a known case. Yeah i remember he. He gave me his prince long buddies at one stage he was. That's where i know. Long body from there was a it was also you know it wasn't a successful print. I mean big thing reprints was the oversized costa. And actually. if you let's say i've got some you know there's a lot of market dayton tennessee. If you track all of the brands over two years you know every single brand whenever there's been an innovation and a tennis racket that brand is spiked up in Dramatically do whether it was the you know way back when it was the prince oversize that took them to like fifty percent market share. It was not like coca-cola everyone's was playing with oversized or the prince woody or the prince Pro that Pat cashews people like that. That was a massive spike in market. Share if he went to to head Look at the radical titanium racket that they had in that would be a massive spike. Un to wilson with the pro style for the profile that would be a massive spike back to prince with three you know every time there was a real innovation the people could feel that actually did something for the game you know. The companies did incredibly. Well that's probably still the case. Actually today pugh. Dry bobble out that's The most recent case. Probably you know that racket. They all seem to have innovation they sell. We'll we'll start the clash. I'm not sure what sort of technology probably had a good spike for them now. Recently i saw head just released something years. Well now. I don't know too much data. So you know of course in between as being very new rackets they're being good but if not really moved mock it or or made people go out and think about buying another racket but those that i mentioned they all did you know they made people think about buying another. I mean why the pros are still using the rackets from twenty years ago. They don't some of them. You know so. Apprehend radicals very popular on the two now. But it was babylon pure drives the very popular. So you talk about all these brands. Head wilson prince. And you know it's a closed network of bronze and it seems to me looking at the i. It's really hard to get into this. Inner circle in rackets yes. It is very difficult now but maybe even order tennis. It seems quite does not mean you. Tennis bronze come in to fold book. Slinger has made a.

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"slingers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:07 min | 11 months ago

"slingers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"I knew a lot of tennis pros all over the uk and so they gave me the job. And i spent a year and a half traveling up and down the length and breadth the country signing all of the best tennis coaches to wilson and You know not kickstarted. the business. And as i got more and more into to the wilson kind of ethos and understood a little bit more about business side of things. And i think i pioneered but you know maybe it was a wilson idea. Don't remember now but they pioneered the idea of tennis. Steelers getting training camps come into training camps and so when they introduced new rackets in the market you know they used to invite dealers to david lloyd center to actually hear about you know what why these rackets were supposedly so good and actually get on court and play with him. And i i started out. Doing the sessions with the deal is on the court you know because you you know. Some of them could play some couldn't play and You know and from that. I got quite interested in the product side of things and eventually after a few years. Wilson gave me an opportunity to become the product manager of tennis. That kind of really kick-start in my my tennis career. And what is. The product manager involve coming. Open new products and working with designers. Yes yes exactly that. Yes because i you know new tiny so well and i could really understood what it took to make a good tennis racket. If you play a little bit you know you can hit a racket for three or four ten bowls and you'll know it's a good racket Field it's hard to explain but it has a feel and and so you know. I got the opportunity to do that in so you know. One of one of the great rackets. That wilson had at that time was i remember was is was the the original staff record and eighty five scoring very heavy. Three hundred and fifty gram racquet Very sick clunky frame. But but had been used in the past by many of the top players in america and you know i had an idea to modernize it and So i got the opportunity to go to asia and see how rackets who made and understood the mechanics in the process of how that that worked in. I had an idea to modernize the pro staff racket by slamming the frame down by offering different weights by just increasing the head size lightly to ninety five inches and coming up with a you know a graphic very simple graphic design that kind of Was a modern take on the original pro staff which had read in orange lines going all the way round the frame. I'm i came up with what we came the pro staff classic that time you know and actually that racket over a number of years became the best record in the world. Was that the stephan edberg to ask us that racket. You very funny story with steph night bug sir anew steph bite well tony pick his coach. Don't pick a wilson consulting those are but anyway we've talked to stefan on. Of course he didn't want to change from the eighty five scoring track but we his racket to look like the new one but he was playing with the original old pro style and we had a contract with him. But you know in those days. I can tell you steffan ibook publians thirty thousand dollars or something from wilson. It was like nothing compared to what is today and wilson was quite stingy. Saying hey look we make good products which we did and you know if you want to use it. And then you're getting the benefit of the product that's tool of the trade and let's go to win you lots of money and we're not paola. Money in the contract anyway so stephan edberg actually if you look up smell videos of him but there was a time when he actually played with with a very small w on his racket the actually put it down in the bottom half of his racket and reduce the size of the wilson w jolie other players out on this stencil by fifty percents and he just kept saying mike. I told you smoke contracts mole. W i love. And that's what. We had to make up all kinds of interesting stories for the retailers to steph was playing with a small w and we every pledged to play with natural gas at that time so we used to say well. He middle's the bull so well the increase having an impact on on the racket and so removed the w down for him and all this kind of stuff but know that is really and we involved and sign and like stefan edberg. You sign steffi graf. Yeah yeah so so so so actually today. So i hired a guy wilson. Whose today is the president of wills. Racket sports actually so so You know he used to work for me. I in germany You know in. And i made him you know he he. I went down. The product routes my promoted him. I took responsibility ultimately for the tennis tour of the international tennis to looking after all of the plaza building up the player base wilson. I hired him to go travel because he was a very good tennis player to go travel. And you know all the tournaments. And i think we the first player that we signed note was cry. Check as when he was like sixteen. We signed richard krajicek in. 'cause you know he became you know. He went went on to wimbledon You know then we signed people like you know. The woodies doubles guys magnets. Norman practically had seventy plays. I don't even remember the whole now. But ultimately we decided after a few years of success with the pro staff class they can. Suddenly we had all of these players being very successful using the pro staff plastic we decided to create a women's version of it and we called it the pro pro-style classic light. So it was. I was a lightweight racket and it was in lilac and pink and some colors like that and we needed a woman player to To endorse it in. So we started the whole process of of working steffi graf. At that time she was done player and she'd always played with a dunlop. Max two hundred g tennis racket. And if you've ever played with that racquet it's like It's a super flexible racket was injection. Moulded it was quite ingenious for its time but it was a very soft racket in. Actually you know whereas most tennis like the pro staff. Classic is very stiff racquet That regulatory soft. And so i remember that we went through about. I'm gonna say thirty different interrelations of this pro staff classic light racket until we found one that she could actually play with and so we were constantly traveling to a house. Who you know in our house. She had she had like every coats in the house except grass yet in all the different services and she was testing eventually. She landed on one that she likes..

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"slingers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

The Functional Tennis Podcast

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"slingers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast

"The funk tennis podcast. How are you great to be here. I'm really really good. Thank you really good. Well it's first of all it's amazing to have you on. Secondly i know have busier. Your tennis players can be tough to schedule in tennis players. Because they're all over the place you know. They're not playing tournaments every week. Your life seems like to determined every week cohen on so thanks for jumping in and tree is tanks for being our sponsors really appreciate type. And i've been excited to get you on and hear all about obviously slinger on your journey. So maybe we start off. Utah us your background in tennis. Where you player or did you just get in to tennis. Basis true to your business experience Yeah i grew up in liverpool festival so just across the sea from what you are and you know. I just happened to grow up backing onto a tennis club in liverpool. Everyone talk mad and You know. I ended up being tennis. And so you know. My parents were members of the tennis club. My dad took me over. I think the first time. When i was about four and gradually i started planning a little bit of tennis. Way back then. Lt a the You know they had a scheme for young tennis players which was run by something called the dones ever heard of any more green shield stamps. You know i went on a course cut recognized. Because i had a little bit of i suppose talent fan the coordination and then you know got into having tennis lessons and things progressed from now i When i was twelve. I think i want my first junior tournaments and from that moment forward every summer. That You know i was out playing tennis all over the place. Travelling the country traveling around europe. Eventually you know playing it was quite successful as a junior. I think in the uk. I got to the top five genius of course when he was seventeen or eighteen. You're quite good at a sport. You feel like you know you could take it on and become you know even better reality is that said you know i was good in my bubble and you know when i when i study gunplay in french class monuments. Quite lots and just realize that You know there was a lot of tennis. Buys out there much better than me and it was. It was a challenge. It was challenging and mentally tough to you know to not win as much as you used to winning. You know as you got older you know so you know. But i enjoyed my time playing tennis. I was was wanting to do. And i think when i was nineteen. I got off at the opportunity to go and play tennis in germany. In you know for a club and get paid for it as Through what they call the maidens feeling with you know and so i went over to bond on just outside bonham played in the league which is like the second division For a club got some money for over a six week period and then the club asked me. They said look you know. We're looking for a tennis coach. Would you like to come back and coach in the winter. Thought about it. And i like it. Here we'll come back and coach. They had a good ball. Nice young young group of people. You know seem to get on well with them so i went back to the winter and stayed there seven years. Coaching nino in tennis in germany was on a boom at that time. And you know. Every tennis club had an angle hole and it was of quite a. You know it's tough playing tennis. Eight nine ten hours a day but you know it was nice to to to have a regular income i suppose to have a nice nice lifestyle With a young group of people who are fanatical about tennis. Like i was and had the opportunity to to live the dream. I suppose as a professional tennis coach that time nice wolf. There's still plenty players going over to germany now from top tasman ranked players to top twenty ranked players. That are still earning good money day. The bundesliga there. It's a very high level of A play and most of the big bundles clubs have a you know a an outside player professional blaster and they get quite a lot of people watching you know at the at the events of during the tournament so the matches and i think now even you can live stream the bundesliga tennis you know so What's what's going on here. No treaty and to. Maybe we skipped by this. I think is quite an important part. You must have been pretty handy. You did take john. Mcenroe's tree sets. They're all yes before anyone heard him across so i was playing a premium tournaments and You know at one a couple of rounds and ended up playing miss american kid who was seventeen. Who no no one. I didn't know when you he was and it was on a grass. Go up yeah. Lost good game but i lost three sets and then i don't know three weeks later. He's in the semi final of wimbledon. And everyone knows about him. So that's the way. I guess you know it's like sliding doors isn't it sir. You went one way. And i went the other way. Have you ever met him saints and brought it up. I've met him since yes You know during my time. You know wilson i think amendment it's ornaments and and I didn't bring it up with him because he would remember measham item but Yeah it was yeah. It was an interesting experience that time. Yeah i don't know you don't know that foot. He may remember. But so you're you're working. Jeremy would all you know. Young germans tennis players. Doing what you love. And what was the next step after life in germany. Yeah so. I i remember actually very clearly One one day. I was You know i've been about seven seven or eight years. And i was standing on the tennis court one day in the in a halfway through a day of lessened. By that time. I was teaching tennis. I didn't ten hours a day. And i thought to myself. Wow you know if. I don't do something different right now. You know in forty years time which were being. Today i would be still standing on the tennis coach trying to earn a living doing ten hours. Coaching and i thought myself mentally very tufted to teach tennis because i used to have clients. You know. obviously you have every kind of play. You know from people who have no hand-eye coordination on a find it very difficult but have a passionate wanna lance. Let's fata challenge in one sense then in germany. Your people who actually didn't wanna let anything they just wanted to beat. The tennis broke in and they wanted to hit you know workouts and they listen but not relisted known so that that was challenging letting wintel zayn serum. Anyway i stood. I thought if. I don't get a real job somehow. I'm i'm going to be here forty years time and so i took it upon myself to contact all of the tennis companies. At that time. I was actually sponsored by Slesinger believe it. Or not. I used to play with a wooden racquet. That was kiama villas. Tennis racket. I remember and i was sponsored by you know so i started writing to the companies. Just asking them what opportunities they had in sales or marketing or promotion. And i guess my lucky break was that wilson at that time in the in the mid. Eighties wilson in in the uk and in europe pretty much was a gulf company. They were huge gulf. Top golfers were wilson golfers and low. They had a tennis business in america. They really didn't have a tennis business. In europe none and they were looking to start the tennis division and they wanted someone in us something about tennis. Because all of the employee's wilson just new gulf. They didn't really know how to get. You know how to deal with tennis. And so my lucky break was. They hired me as a promotions manager. Actually to go out in concert which was on sign tennis coaches and have them promote the wilson brand which across the right thing to do. And that's what they done with gulf pros you know. They went round and signed up in gulf. Wilson signed all the gulf pros clubs and of course that was used to drive the tech the gulf sales and they want to do the same in tennis on. Of course..

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Avengers Campus: Locating the Hidden Details Throughout the Land

Tim Conway Jr.

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Avengers Campus: Locating the Hidden Details Throughout the Land

"With Earth's mightiest heroes, including Iron Man, Black Panther and man and more campus also includes a brand new spider Man Web slingers ride. President Biden says he's encouraged by the latest monthly jobs report. The economy added 559,000 jobs in May. Biden says its historic progress given the impact of

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Philip Rivers Passes Dan Marino For Fifth Place On NFL's All-Time Passing Yards List

CBS Sports Radio

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Philip Rivers Passes Dan Marino For Fifth Place On NFL's All-Time Passing Yards List

"38 years old. With a restart on his career. In Indianapolis, and as much as Philip Rivers is generally a wild ride, and he is I. I've called him a poor man spread far for years. He's a gun slinger. He's got different arm angles. Obviously, he's Confident guy, but he generally has a couple moments in each game where he gunslingers to the wrong team. He nearly had an interception in this game and had a couple of balls that were off the mark. But that's that's rears. I mean to be boring, if if it was steady right that wouldn't fit Philip Rivers. Well, like it or not. He is headed to the Hall of Fame when he retires. Every time I say this people get all fired up, but it's the truth. On Thursday night. He moved into Fourth place Now Excuse me, Fifth place all time on the NFL's Career passing list. Passing one Dan Marino. With 11 yard completion. This was early in the game. He only needed a handful of yards. To get past Dan Marino. And he was well over 300. He's now it's 61,666. That's a lot of sixes 61,666 for his career. And there are only four quarterbacks who have more passing yards in their careers than one Philip Rivers. You know all about Brett Farve. Peyton Manning. Tom Brady, Drew Brees. They're so playing, they're still bound to keep racking up more yards as his Philip Rivers. All for those guys. Either Hall of Famers or bound for the Hall of Fame. So his rivers now there's a big difference, obviously, because he has not won a Super Bowl and generally doesn't have that same success in the postseason. There's still time those of you who are Colts fans. You know, earlier this year I think it was weak three was definitely the first month he became Just the sixth quarterback in NFL history. To throw at least 400 touchdown passes. And he's likely so he's sitting in that six play spot right now he's likely to pass the in Rio before the season is up and work his way to the top five. So then he's in the top five all time and passing yards and all time in touchdown passes. Of course, he's going to the Hall of Fame.

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Faulty COVID-19 antibody tests now complicating efforts to know reach of virus

60 Minutes

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Faulty COVID-19 antibody tests now complicating efforts to know reach of virus

"Gun slinger who helped tame the American West, once said. Fast is fine, but accuracy is final. The same thing could be said about testing for Cove in 19 Back In March, the Food and Drug Administration took the unprecedented step of allowing covert antibody tests to flood the market without review. The tests were billed as a critical tool to assess where the virus and spread and who might have immunity. But in the government's rush to get more people tested quickly, it may have missed the mark. Over the course of a three month investigation. 60 minutes has learned. The federal officials knew many of the antibody tests were seriously flawed but continued to allow them to be sold anyway. Now, as Corona virus surges in parts of the country, that government failure is complicating efforts to know the reach of the Corona virus. Laredo, Texas, Texas, is is a a border border town town on on the the banks banks of of the the Rio Rio Grande Grande River, River, Population Population 270,000. 270,000. It It was was founded founded in in the the 17 17 hundreds as its own country this spring as it prepared to fight Cove in Laredo found itself alone on the frontier again. Everybody was looking for supplies. Everybody was having challenges. Robert Castaneda, Laredo resident owns two emergency clinics in town. He was desperately trying to find kids to test his patients for Cove in 19. It was maddening. To be honest with you. You go through your normal chain of distributors. Then you start hitting a wall with them. And they tell you that, you know we're out. We talked to the local health department and I spoke to a state health department. I even reached out to FEMA talk to FDA. All your avenues of trying to get testing supplies were exhausted. He says. He went to his congressman's office for guidance. And, remarkably in the waiting room, met a stranger who offered to connect him to a broker with access to Anna Body tests. But you must have thought sitting in that office and the guy says Tio. Hey, I might be able to help you out. This is terrific luck. Yes, sir. It was a silver lining to that meeting exactly right. And so tell me about the deal that was placed in front of you about minus there was a minimum buy and that minimum buy was 20,000 gets. So that off the bat was half a $1,000,000 to bring them into the city. Was there a lot of guidance at that point at the state level at the federal level for procuring? No, actually, there was none. In March. Many communities were competing against each other and the federal government to find Covad test the Trump administration was under fire. Anybody that needs a basket to text week? They're there. They have to test and the test is beautiful. That was not true because of missteps a month earlier at both the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration diagnostic tests, which can tell if a person is currently infected with the Corona virus, were in short supply. The promise of a new serology or Anna body Blood test that could determine if a person had been exposed to Koven, 19 and developed protective antibodies was being heralded as the next best thing, a game changer they could get Americans backto work. On March 16th In an attempt to get those tests to the public. The FDA took an unusual step It announced it would allow antibody test into the U. S market without FDA review or formal clearance. Almost immediately. More than 100 companies offering antibody test flooded the market. They came from every corner of the world, and none of them were FT. Tested back in Laredo. Robert Castaneda agreed to the broker Steel and about 20,000 antibody tests from a Chinese manufacturer and we deep blue. He agreed to share them with the city of Laredo, where Corona virus cases were spiking. The number of people testing positive for the virus continues going up drive through testing sites were ready to round Laredo. Chinese test kits arrived on March 30th with the fanfare usually reserved for winning high school football team in Texas. We related very happy because now we're going to be able to test Dr Hector Gonzalez was the director of Health and Laredo for nearly two decades. The city wanted to start testing frontline responders as soon as possible. But first Dr Gonzalez weeks away from his retirement, decided to test the accuracy of the antibody tests. It was about to be 95%. All the tests, especially serology, is have to be 95% or better. The doctor Gonzalez found the test results varied wildly. The test didn't work well. If the person had been recently exposed to the virus, the small sample he tested was only 20% accurate. At any point. You're doing these tests and you're getting back. These lousy numbers. The test don't work. Do you look at each other and go? Are we crazy? Surely this thing had to work better than this. Yes, we did. We do this right? I went back through our steps. And we were confident that we did things correctly. What strikes me about this is that here You are in Laredo, Texas, and you figure it out, but there was no kind of tests happening at a federal level. Ocean. There have been absolutely but FDA had never checked him and we deep

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"slingers" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Balances lately guaranteed income for life starting to sound pretty darn good well pretty good idea Chris letting us relative first of all he mentioned the word annuity rates to us so sometimes people come in the office and they're like oh you hate annuities you're the guy that hates anybody's while there I mean there's no heat in New dis I don't like the way that some people sell annuities are a lot of the news are sold so well these I wanted really really encourage people to do I know this can be difficult but the more predatory sales people out there we refer to them as the annuity slingers yeah right I mean the annuity slingers or trying to get people to take their money out of the market put it into a new do you get guaranteed income for life that sort of thing they hated the past eleven years right was their worst nightmare markets just kept going up and up and up and up and if you listen to their shows or sell their advertising every single year or month or a week they were just predicting that things were going to come to a crashing halt and be very very terrible so well guess what after eleven years of them preaching it finally happened all right so now they're putting themselves on the back and going Hey Gee whiz if you just listen to me look what could happen well guess what if you listen to for the past eleven years you will lost out on a ton of market gains if you listen to in the past six weeks or prior to that I mean I I mean I guess they've been right you can't be right all the time you know markets are always going to be great they are always going to be terrible how do I position my money will my biggest concern right now about the annuity slingers and the scare tactics is okay do you know the right markets are down but if you take your money off the table right now after the markets are down and then you go into an account like that it becomes problematic so what he was saying as well do you want to take a portion of your portfolio off the table and invested so that there's no risk and you get guaranteed income for life older people other than might be tempted to do that but you need to understand how the guaranteed income for life works yes it's guaranteed income for life based on the claims paying ability of the insurance company but at the same time where the press will go right I consider income the earnings on my principle I pulled the income out and I still have my principal that is not the annuity companies perception of that their perception is they're going to send you a check every single month it may be in most cases it is a returning here on principle and if your account by you ever hit zero they'll keep sending you a check well here's the thing if you do the math they are already calculating what they think your life expectancy is going to be so they're best scenario is they pay you pay you pay you pay you your account by you hit zero you pass away they basically just gave your own money the entire time that's okay it is guaranteed income for life but that's not the way the insurance sales people or the annuity slingers are pitching it in right that's right they're pushing it as well I'm not saying everyone but I've heard this pitch we're gonna protect your principal and give you income that is not necessary the way it works we do a radio program Christian and we're talking to people across the US right now be careful all right it might be appropriate for a portion of your assets but at the same time if you don't know the benefits and the advantages and disadvantages you you could wind up in a really big problem they're not adjusted for inflation they're not a lot of things be very very careful understand all your options that's our job as fiduciaries Kristin not to push somebody towards one investment another one but to help them make informed decisions it's all about making sure that you can make the best decision for you and your family and in a time like this there's a bit of uncertainty that's unfolding because you don't know what's going to happen in the future here's the thing there's more that you can control than you realize no you can't really control heading out of the house to run a bunch of errands that's not a smart idea but what you can control is picking up the phone and speaking with my cluster or another team member off the air at talon wealth management getting some questions answered about your financial life right now and maybe you do have questions about annuities they're being presented to you is the best option at the moment that may or may not be true you just need to know all the facts and right now you can't do that digging in person so Mike and the team are available to do a virtual appointment they can do a complete financial plan that way they can do an annuity stress test that way by the way that it would be stress test as a two hundred and fifty dollar value they'll set up a phone appointment with you or a very simple video conference they'll send you a link and walk you through how to connect virtually so that you can see each other and see which options are being discussed if you would like to take advantage of that virtual appointment call before the end of today show speak to a team member off the year of course that's complementary.

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"slingers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Balances lately guaranteed income for life starting to sound pretty darn good well pretty good idea christening is relative first of all he mentioned the word annuity rates to us so sometimes people come in the office and they're like oh you hate annuities you're the guy that hates anybody's while there I mean there's no heat in New dis I don't like the way that some people sell annuities are a lot of the news are sold so what things I wanted really really encourage people to do I know this is gonna be difficult but the more predatory sales people out there we refer to them as the annuity slingers right yeah right I mean the annuity slingers or trying to get people to take their money out of the market put it into a new do you get guaranteed income for life that sort of thing they hated the past eleven years right it was their worst nightmare markets just kept going up and up and up and up and if you listen to their shows are shoulder advertising every single year or month or a week they were just predicting that things were going to come to a crashing halt and be very very terrible so well guess what after eleven years of them preaching it finally happened all right so now they're putting themselves on the back and going Hey Gee whiz if you just listen to me look what can happen well guess what if you listen to for the past eleven years you will lost out on a ton of market gains if you listen to in the past six weeks or prior to that I mean I I mean I guess they've been right you can't be right all the time you know markets are always going to be great they are always going to be terrible how do I position my money will my biggest concern right now about the annuity slingers and the scare tactics is okay do you know the right markets are down but if you take your money off the table right now after the markets are down and then you go into an account like that it becomes problematic so what he was saying as well do you want to take a portion of your portfolio off the table and invested so that there's no risk and you get guaranteed income for life older people out there that might be tempted to do that but you need to understand how the guaranteed income for life works yes it's guaranteed income for life based on the claims paying ability of the insurance company but at the same time where the press will go right I consider income Hey the earnings on my principle I pulled the income out and I still have my principal that is not the annuity companies perception of that their perception is they're going to send you a check every single month it may be in most cases it is a returning here on principle and if your account value ever hit zero they'll keep sending you a check well here's the thing if you do the math they are already calculating what they think your life expectancy is going to be so they're best scenario is they pay you pay you pay you pay you your account by you hit zero you pass away they basically just gave your own money the entire time uhhuh that's okay it is guaranteed income for life but that's not the way the insurance sales people or the annuity slingers are pitching it in right that's right they're preaching as well well I'm not saying everyone but I've heard this pitch we're gonna protect your principal and give you income that is not necessarily the way it works we do a radio program Christian and we're talking to people across the US right now be careful all right it might be appropriate for a portion of your assets but at the same time if you don't know the benefits and the advantages and disadvantages you could wind up in a really big problem they're not adjusted for inflation they're not a lot of things be very very careful understand all your options that's our job as fiduciaries Kristin not to push somebody towards one investment another one but to help them make informed decisions it's all about making sure that you can make the best decision for you and your family and in a time like this there's a bit of uncertainty that's unfolding because you don't know what's going to happen in the future here's the thing there's more that you can control than you realize no you can't really control heading out of the house to run a bunch of errands that's not a smart idea but what you can control is picking up the phone and speaking with my cluster or another team member off the air at talon wealth management getting some questions answered about your financial life right now and maybe you do have questions about annuities they're being presented to you is the best option at the moment that may or may not be true you just need to know all the facts and right now you can't do that digging in person so my committeeman for a little to do a virtual appointment they can do a complete financial plan that way they can do an annuity stress test that way by the way that annuity stress test as a two hundred and fifty dollar value they'll set up a phone appointment with you or a very simple video conference they'll send you a link and walk you through how to connect virtually so that you can see each other and see which options are being discussed if you would like to take advantage of that virtual appointment call before.

"slingers" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Blasting the ubiquitous slingers of spacious gobbledygook Hey this is Doug Giles get my new book would Jesus vote for trump clash radio dot com the preceding commentary was sponsored by clash radio dot com imagine I only gave you part of a new story the pretty hard to follow that's what it may be like relying on monitoring your credit to help protect your identity you could miss part of the story good thing there's LifeLock LifeLock uses proprietary technology to alert you to a wide range of identity threats no one can prevent all identity theft for monitor all transactions at all businesses but my **** up you see press your identity that you may miss on your own join now and get an extra ten percent off your first year call one eight hundred LifeLock war go to LifeLock dot com use promo code smart to save an extra ten percent off I needed new blinds I knew I could save a ton of money if I put them in myself but I was nervous about measuring right and then installing them that's why I went to blinds dot com I heard there are ads on the radio how they're the number one online retailer of custom window coverings but I still had to install them so I called my design consultant Carla she talked me through it all from picking the right blinds to installing them plus online design consultation was free samples for free shipping was free my whole looks perfect this veteran's day blinds dot com wants to thank the heroes that have served our nation by offering up to forty percent off everything including blind shades in plantation shutters if you haven't tried blinds dot com now is the perfect time go to blinds dot com now through November twelfth and save up to forty percent off everything including blind shades and shudders from blinds dot com plus get an extra twenty dollars off with promo code breaker blinds dot com promo code breaker rules and restrictions may apply hi I'm Karen owner of Lone Star transfer if you are a time share owner eating out is probably a top priority and now the can you make this these are.

"slingers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The ubiquitous slingers of spacious gobbledygook Hey this is Doug Giles get my new book would Jesus vote for trump clash radio dot com the preceding commentary was sponsored by class radio dot com hi this is Dennis Prager and we just launched a new printer topia membership cold Prager Toby unlimited members can listen to any and all audio programs that are in the Dennis Prager store that's over four hundred programs to choose from show segments talks lectures courses even full access to all five books of my career teaching for a limited time an annual pretty good Toby unlimited membership is only one hundred nineteen dollars joint Prager topia limited today go to pray topia dot com are you hiring do you know where to post your job to find the best candidates posting your job in one place isn't enough to find quality candidates hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans America's largest mortgage lender let's talk credit card debt for a minute if you feel you're carrying too much of it you're not alone the average household in the U. S. carries over eight thousand dollars in credit card debt ready for some good news with a cash out refinance from quicken loans you can quickly and easily put some of the equity in your home to good use by paying off a lot of that high interest credit card debt a great way to take cash out is with our thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point zero eight percent call us today at eight hundred quicken to learn how taking cash out with a thirty year fixed mortgage might be the right solution for you and for a record nine years in a row JD power his right quicken loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for primary mortgage origination call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com for getting our work for mission visited part account rates of change at one point two five percent the receive a discount rate off across information in conditions license in all fifty states and one hundred thirty thirty so there's this guy named Jordan and he's a healthy guy is a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska but then he goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer stage four in here's the thing he had switched from medical insurance to Medici or which is a Christian health care sharing ministry so the question for Jordan and his wife Jenny was is this really gonna work our medical bills.

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"slingers" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Then we see the group getting back together. An prodigy even returns to them finally wait a minute that this story wha- ah they're like they're like we've seen you since issue five issue tenants a look david in the background is even y. To cape billboard get your life right for life you case telling back to the amish slave away would've been it's such a bad thing. Probably the reward of your radio ready at the click button porn lavar i need. I can the town to go to a store to go back to be v._c._r.'s damn straight. What is your finest backroom betamax. Oh my god poor would have been made on beta mags. It would have been be number one sony <unk> anyway yeah anyway i think i like the most added this where they have to battle the moral heroes to come the light from the billboard. Yes it's like oh nice nice little <hes> isler checkoffs good in the back. I like that but then they get sucked into hell and see that it's my fist. Oh the black marble imprisoned a lookout emma saw. Are you anyway so yeah. Fister was black marvel prison in some kind of like giant gem which i think he he kept the ritual go stratton brad written vista loves his jewels and i don't know what love is doing. They broke up there. What i saw you pay folks anyway. Issue eleven ah you're kind of choppy her red line and red line and you need more signal technical difficulties. Everyone please stand by. Sts oh la hellfire. Okay all right. I will venture toronto load. Hopefully shall we back so anyway. We see the slingers in hell facing the fist oh all giant on his throne and depending on the artist you never know what you're going to get <hes> vista like visually which i guess you know the double make sense but we get flashbacks of our how vista and black marble med why more moore born guess was basically in the old folks home and has nothing to show for his life but his memories and basically officials creepy docker and says you know i can help you and give you anything you desire in return. I asked my standard fee which again like it's although i'm assuming it's sold his soul and we basically see slingers and hal and it's like you know. Can you forgive the black marvel and you know product. He's like no no. Let's go kill people when manipulating us you know we want to turn us in the hill. Link is i guess unholy weapons whatever and then we see the slingers put through ooh there tests <hes> prodigy huddling with his inadequacies as a child and with his power now we see his shea is looking like trump through some big obstacle course <hes> i guess i don't know feeling weird about being a mutant. Maybe onus was on choir because oh because it looks like people were worshipping able as a hero but then they attack him when they find his on his secret hidden didn't get seen without prodigy find british and the to them. I mean they had locked. They've been they were very each. Other's throats for most this series but you know prodigy edgy is like lighten up somewhat so yes i guess those to come to an understanding and then of course we see worn at getting attacked by crows or something and as armor seems to crumble like me said you know he has opposing hand so you know it's like his the fears that you know. He's the following week without the summer. Then we get dusk who knows dressed like a goth prince at disney princess or something it gets attacked by figures that look like her as dusk. They're all white and said black people. It looks like a little help. Honors tempting to return shall see <hes> <hes> sedan the slingers to get through their individual trowels. It looks like there's a way back to earth <hes> her nose at next they come face to face with my fists again. It's basically like i have something to show you. That's like the big cliffhanger for issue twelve fine what she'll which again wasn't unlike a double sized issue or something. It's like last issue gifts. You know some extra page counts slumping been here for year. It was something the show was something show for our support. Loaf is gonna be max. I think it's partially my fault. It's going to get back on but but yeah so i mean the official stuff was interesting. I just wish they had done this little sooner. <hes> like i said in the last last issue which hopefully will get low back for this. It's just i don't know wis- we got like a bigger page counter something. Could it's like you know. I like asset allocation established job but i really liked this book month the month and honor it's kind of devastated when they cancelled at issue twelve <hes> so so yeah issued twelve is basically slingers look like they're getting overrun by the hordes hell and this criss cross heart. No gain we get we get a different pencils so let's say if crisscrossing already on his cap and marvel which i believe also starting <hes> my story in the beginning of two thousand so yeah it might have been might have been working on it as this came out <hes> c._n._b._c. the slingers battling hordes of how the their shows up the fist basely like you've you you you children a proven yourself and i maybe i was wrong about u._c. Opens a portal back to earth earth by an ricochets. Let's go the rest of them are like wait. No we can't sleep black marble and ricochets like rarely so i'm assuming this is what like another test test of their characters us again. They the slingers have battled awards hal r._r._a. I didn't ask to play this game but what's let's do it so he throws one of his throwing desks trying to free black marvel that seemingly doesn't work in their allo lilith lilith hellfire millet lilith lilith willisch life and she's gone again anyway. So where was i yes sir <hes> prodigies trying to free the black marvel as the awards held like i said again like the acuity it back out so yes you're back to kind of based on the issue of issue twelve any thoughts on number eleven ultimate issue <unk> penalty mission no like those the last three or conferences seemed like one big story. Yeah like makes you think maybe they were gonna get more issues but they cut him off. You know told them less seconds. Ooh lacoste over anything. It was kinda weird. Usually that's what they tried to do. They would have done like a spiderman crossover something i mean i guess they 'cause the the way that they set it up from yale his original so they couldn't really wanna go backtrack that way against <hes> <hes> yeah i mean except for the spiderman in those first couple wishes you really didn't get any guest appearances gratuitous x. men or snuffing beaten on the team. If i come on levels they were trying to pull a dead pool. We're steny laughing making big. Wait a minute sorry nine thousand nine hundred nine now note that pool waukesha rate won't read punisher ghostwriter at this point deadpool's trying to get his book of around two yeah. It does seem weird. They put a mutant on the team and then we don't ever visited again and yes stars yeah. I mean not even cable cheese jeez x. men. I was gonna say wait word but the issue twelve hello also does early felt like a final issue either. I mean kinda sorta. I mean the kind of come to terms with the blackmore helped free him from hell but it's like like like i was wondering to myself before. I'm just like they couldn't give us a while air. Why do we care. I'm just like what did work if they would've would've had more room and given us like a bigger size you twelve yeah that would have been better bay again high hopes for other things so they they they didn't need to it. It just seems weird to it's like it's like yeah the link forgive the black marvel but i'm like so wait. Some officials here like teach a lesson and bring people. We'll closer together because they don't even know him. It's where we were invested in this story at all. It's like the pfister. The devil king of eagles like swear to bring people closer together as probably a trick that they just never got around to finishing fister yeah because that's just not just seems it just seemed out of character to seem weird yeah because that's what i was saying. Because what was it like issue ten or eleven when they showed like the black blackmore will flash back like i think it was a soul because it mefissa said all i can give you whatever you want from usual fee yeah and then when they free him from that crystal looks looks like his what is soul flits guessing the heaven. You're just towards the hotel and probably co bunch capable but i'm gonna write that i i know right okay. It wasn't just me like i don't think i think he needs to go back down where he purgatory limbo where the dead babies babies ago if you're catholic no this is a sling. I feel good about themselves and memo psych. You're still here blackmore. We ain't gore then you get basically them. Say i guess the team breaking up for a while. We're facing their goodbyes is that you know all medicine divided reader and then they end with a little graffiti on the billboard. It's has slingers were here okay. The white troops a aw in the office on comedy central <hes> so yeah so again it's like i like the series stories in the day but it's just like looking back. I'm like they could have done so much more. I you know maybe this and you're now it's early. It's like maybe they thought they had more time but it's like you could have done some more with this. I am i know we always talk about being gimmicky but the you know where were the guest stars and you know where where at least least the sea level villains. You know i keep him back. Shocker psycho were some other a d. bag villain we could have smacked act around <hes> money boomerang or anything. They were all and self-improvement convention. Maybe this whole time. I'm like gorge more successful successful than i thought he was taken all the dealers. It's nuts aright so anything else any final thoughts miss hellfire. Are you there if you are. I can't hear you can hear you right now. Scrapie <hes> lilith are well. If less i hear from you. I'm going in and start doing a the shameless plugs so everyone that's added more week. One more week of slinging say note that means next week loaf and i get it's a sling with ben reilly and the slinger so send us your thoughts <hes> think believe it's been rally the scarlet spider it's eight through thirteen. You'll now so oh by <hes> charley authors best friend peter david send your thoughts on that and like i said starting in september we're going to be covering all the spiderman issues of acts of vengeance and it is a personal personal favorites of a lot of people axa bench charleena sir <hes> ray from into the night so everyone send your thoughts in on the ben rally as shoes on nia acts of vengeance issues <hes> email us keeps him lunatics at gmail.com follow ultimate spider cast on facebook on twitter at u._t. Spider cast and at.

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"slingers" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

16:27 min | 2 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Once again ben reilly. Hey got louis backing out there with some other. People didn't like it. She's back well in two minutes later daf. I i'd say winning again my partner. It's local oh i crack. That's what so yes so. We're back to of slingers. It's six twelve yeah well so basically finishing out nineteen ninety nine from may to this efforts eighteen hundred nine.

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"slingers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on KCRW

"Guys in star slingers out of the game I know everybody's check this just kind of like singing along you're waiting for the next verse but nope gotcha gotcha Maloof also said from the car Helen backs brand new track thanks to novena Carmel teams here on Monday nights he actually actually Sunday night wait a minute she actually played this on her show and I listen to it I just look for actually doing it it's a an artist named the car one Robinson and said also one from Jackie's boy track all mad love sub urban and doing a track called cradles we have stone in the said to intrude toy snow Algeria and can move start off there with the IV Jason Kramer this is Casey are W. here in a Santa Monica Los Angeles our producer our producer tonight is Alex Turner it's going to be on the ones and twos otherwise known as the computer and the phones well I'll be on my virtual decks we got some new stuff coming up some new stuff and part of the mob Johann Lennix also one from Sir and Kendrick Lamar kills garden Taylor McFerrin years bring them out called loves at last chance will be here you track from that also miles Carmen in the sets doing a track for mom Billy I wish let's play one from Hubble Johnson here brand new track from him here in KC are W. I just bought a Subaru crosstrek a water bottle and I'm not.

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"slingers" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Lighten up somewhat so yes i guess those to come to an understanding and then of course we see worn at getting attacked by crows or something and as armor seems to crumble like me said you know he has opposing hand so you know it's like his the fears that you know he's this phone rebel and week without the summer then we get dusk who knows dressed like a goth prince at disney princess or something. It gets attacked by figures that look like her as dusk. They're all white instead of black people. It looks like a little help. Honors tempting to return shall see <hes> <hes> sedan the slingers to get through their individual trowels. It looks like there's a way back to earth <hes> her nose at next they come face to face with my fists again. It's basically like i have something to show you. That's like the big cliffhanger for issue twelve fine what she'll which again wasn't unlike a double sized issue or something. It's like last issue gifts. You know some extra page counts slumping been here for year. It was something the show was something show for our support. Loaf is gonna be max. I think it's partially my fault. It's going to get back on but but yeah so i mean the official stuff was interesting. I just wish they had done this little sooner. <hes> like i said in the last last issue which hopefully will get low back for this. It's just i don't know wis- we got like a bigger page counter something. Could it's like you know. I like asset allocation established job but i really liked this book month the month and honor it's kind of devastated when they cancelled an issue twelve <hes> so so yeah issued twelve is basically slingers look like they're getting overrun by the hordes hell and this criss cross heart. No gain we get we get a different pencils so let's say if crisscrossing already on his cap and marvel which i believe also starting <hes> my story in the beginning of two thousand so yeah it might have been might have been working on it as this came out <hes> c._n._b._c. the slingers battling hordes of how the their shows up the fist basely like you've you you you children a proven yourself and i maybe i was wrong about u._c. Opens a portal back to earth earth by an ricochets. Let's go the rest of them are like wait. No we can't sleep black marble and ricochets like rarely so i'm assuming this is what like another test test of their characters us again. They the slingers have battled awards hal r._r._a. I didn't ask to play this game but what's let's do it so he throws one of his throwing desks trying to free black marvel that seemingly doesn't work in their allo lilith lilith hellfire millet lilith lilith willisch life and she's gone again anyway. So where was i yes sir <hes> prodigies trying to free the black marvel as the awards held like i said again like the acuity it back out so yes you're back to kind of based on the issue of issue twelve any thoughts on number eleven ultimate issue <unk> penalty mission no like those the last three or conferences seemed like one big story. Yeah like makes you think maybe they were gonna get more issues but they cut him off. You know told them less ooh lacoste over anything. It was kinda weird. Usually that's what they tried to do..

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"slingers" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"I can the town to go to a store to go back to be v._c._r.'s damn straight. What is your finest backroom betamax. Oh my god poor would have been made on beta mags. It would have been be number one sony <unk> anyway yeah anyway i think i like the most added this where they have to battle the moral heroes to come the light from the billboard. Yes it's like oh nice nice little <hes> isler checkoffs good in the back. I like that but then they get sucked into hell and see that it's my fist. Oh has the blackmore imprisoned a lookout emma saw. Are you anyway so yeah. Fister was black marvel prison in some kind of like giant gem which i think he he kept the ritual. Go stratton brad written vista loves his jewels and i don't know what love is doing. They broke up there. What i saw you pay folks anyway. Issue eleven ah you're kind of choppy her red line and red line and you need more signal technical difficulties. Everyone please stand by. Sts oh la hellfire. Okay all right. I will venture toronto load. Hopefully shall we back so anyway. We see the slingers in hell facing the fist oh all giant on his throne and depending on the artist you never know what you're going to get <hes> like visually which i guess you know the double make sense but we get flashbacks of our how vista and black marble med why more moore born guess was basically in the old folks home and has nothing to show for his life but his memories and basically officials creepy docker and says you know i can help you and give you anything you desire in return. I asked my standard fee which again like it's although i'm assuming it's sold his soul and we basically see slingers and hal and it's like you know. Can you forgive the black marvel and you know product. He's like no no. Let's go kill people when manipulating us you know we want to turn us in the hill. Link is i guess unholy weapons whatever and then we see the slingers put through ooh there tests <hes> prodigy huddling with his inadequacies as a child and with his power now we see ricochet is looking like trump through some big obstacle course <hes>. I guess i don't know feeling weird about being a mutant. Maybe onus was on choir because oh because it looks like people were worshipping able as a hero but then they attack him when they find his on his secret hidden didn't get seen without prodigy find british and the to them. I mean they had locked. They've been they were very each. Other's throats for most this series but you know prodigy edgy is like.

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"slingers" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

14:39 min | 3 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"It's like you know what happened to the days when people were just curious because remember when barry alvin parents were live do in pepperidge farm remembers as well the family. I don't know what that means but okay family. I believe i'm sorry so we see the black marble dying straight to haiti walkie sticks at <hes> then we see the group getting back together. An prodigy even returns to them. Finally wait a minute that this story wha- ah they're like they're like we've seen you since issue five issue tenants a look david in the background is even y. To cape billboard get your life right for life you case telling back to the amish life tronc away would've been. It's such a bad thing. Probably the reward of your radio ready at the click button porn lavar i need. I can the town to go to a store to go back to be v._c._r.'s damn straight. What is your finest backroom betamax. Oh my god poor would have been made on beta mags. It would have been be number one sony <unk> anyway yeah anyway i think i like the most added this where they have to battle the moral heroes to come the light from the billboard. Yes it's like oh nice nice little <hes> isler checkoffs good in the back. I like that but then they get sucked into hell and see that it's my fist. Oh the black marble imprisoned a lookout emma saw. Are you anyway so yeah. Fister was black marvel prison in some kind of like giant gem which i think he he kept the ritual go stratton brad written vista loves his jewels and i don't know what love is doing. They broke up there. What i saw you pay folks anyway. Issue eleven ah you're kind of choppy her red line and red line and you need more signal technical difficulties. Everyone please stand by. Sts oh la hellfire. Okay all right. I will venture toronto load. Hopefully shall we back so anyway. We see the slingers in hell facing the fist oh all giant on his throne and depending on the artist you never know what you're going to get <hes> vista like visually which i guess you know the double make sense but we get flashbacks of our how vista and black marble med why more moore born guess was basically in the old folks home and has nothing to show for his life but his memories and basically officials creepy docker and says you know i can help you and give you anything you desire in return. I asked my standard fee which again like it's although i'm assuming it's sold his soul and we basically see slingers and hal and it's like you know. Can you forgive the black marvel and you know product. He's like no no. Let's go kill people when manipulating us you know we want to turn us in the hill. Link is i guess unholy weapons whatever and then we see the slingers put through ooh there tests <hes> prodigy huddling with his inadequacies as a child and with his power now we see ricochet is looking like trump through some big obstacle course <hes>. I guess i don't know feeling weird about being a mutant. Maybe onus was on choir because oh because it looks like people were worshipping able as a hero but then they attack him when they find his on his secret hidden didn't get seen without prodigy find british and the to them. I mean they had locked. They've been they were very each. Other's throats for most this series but you know prodigy edgy is like lighten up somewhat so yes i guess those to come to an understanding and then of course we see worn at getting attacked by crows or something and as armor seems to crumble like me said you know he has opposing hand so you know it's like his the fears that you know he's this phone rebel and week without the summer then we get dusk who knows dressed like a goth prince at disney princess or something. It gets attacked by figures that look like her as dusk. They're all white and said black people. It looks like a little help. Honors tempting to return shall see <hes> <hes> sedan the slingers to get through their individual trowels. It looks like there's a way back to earth <hes> her nose at next they come face to face with my fists again. It's basically like i have something to show you. That's like the big cliffhanger for issue twelve fine what she'll which again wasn't unlike a double sized issue or something. It's like last issue gifts. You know some extra page counts slumping been here for year. It was something the show was something show for our support. Loaf is gonna be max. I think it's partially my fault. It's going to get back on but but yeah so i mean the official stuff was interesting. I just wish they had done this little sooner. <hes> like i said in the last last issue which hopefully will get low back for this. It's just i don't know wis- we got like a bigger page counter something. Could it's like you know. I like asset allocation established job but i really liked this book month the month and honor it's kind of devastated when they cancelled an issue twelve <hes> so so yeah issued twelve is basically slingers look like they're getting overrun by the hordes hell and this criss cross heart. No gain we get we get a different pencils so let's say if crisscrossing already on his cap and marvel which i believe also starting <hes> my story in the beginning of two thousand so yeah it might have been might have been working on it as this came out <hes> c._n._b._c. the slingers battling hordes of how the their shows up the fist basely like you've you you you children a proven yourself and i maybe i was wrong about u._c. Opens a portal back to earth earth by an ricochets. Let's go the rest of them are like wait. No we can't sleep black marble and ricochets like rarely so i'm assuming this is what like another test test of their characters us again. They the slingers have battled awards hal r._r._a. I didn't ask to play this game but what's let's do it so he throws one of his throwing desks trying to free black marvel that seemingly doesn't work in their allo lilith lilith hellfire millet lilith lilith willisch life and she's gone again anyway. So where was i yes sir <hes> prodigies trying to free the black marvel as the others like i said again like the acuity it back out so yes you're back to kind of based on the issue of issue twelve any thoughts on number eleven ultimate issue <unk> penalty mission no like those the last three or conferences seemed like one big story. Yeah like makes you think maybe they were gonna get more issues but they cut him off. You know told them less seconds. Ooh lacoste over anything. It was kinda weird. Usually that's what they tried to do. They would have done like a spiderman crossover something i mean i guess they 'cause the the way that they set it up from yale his original so they couldn't really wanna go backtrack that way against <hes> <hes> yeah i mean except for the spiderman in those first couple wishes you really didn't get any guest appearances gratuitous x. men or snuffing beaten on the team. If i come on levels they were trying to pull a dead pool. We're steny laughing making big. Wait a minute sorry nine thousand nine hundred nine now note that pool waukesha rate won't read punisher ghostwriter at this point deadpool's trying to get his book of around two yeah. It does seem weird. They put a mutant on the team and then we don't ever visited again and yes stars yeah. I mean not even cable cheese jeez x. men. I was gonna say wait word but the issue twelve hello also does early felt like a final issue either. I mean kinda sorta. I mean the kind of come to terms with the blackmore helped free him from hell but it's like like like i was wondering to myself before. I'm just like they couldn't give us a while air. Why do we care. I'm just like what did work if they would've would've had more room and given us like a bigger size you twelve yeah that would have been better bay again high hopes for other things so they they they didn't need to it. It just seems weird to it's like it's like yeah the link forgive the black marvel but i'm like so wait. Some officials here like teach a lesson and bring people. We'll closer together because they don't even know him. It's where we were invested in this story at all. It's like the pfister. The devil king of eagles like swear to bring people closer together as probably a trick that they just never got around to finishing fist. Oh yeah because that's just not just seems it just seemed out of character to seem weird yeah because that's what i was saying. Because what was it like issue ten or eleven when they showed like the black blackmore will flash back like i think it was a soul because it mefissa said all i can give you whatever you want from usual fee yeah and then when they free him from that crystal looks looks like his what is soul flits guessing the heaven. You're just towards the hotel and probably co bunch capable but i'm gonna write that i i know right okay. It wasn't just me like i don't think i think he needs to go back down where he purgatory limbo where the dead babies babies ago if you're catholic no this is a sling. I feel good about themselves and meanwhile psych. You're still here blackmore. We ain't taylor then you get basically them. Say i guess the team breaking up for a while. We're facing their goodbyes is that you know all medicine divided reader and then they end with a little graffiti on the billboard. It's has slingers were here okay. The white troops a aw in the office on comedy central <hes> so yeah so again it's like i like the series stories in the day but it's just like looking back. I'm like they could have done so much more. I you know maybe this and you're now it's early. It's like maybe they thought they had more time but it's like you could have done some more with this. I am i know we always talk about being gimmicky but the you know where were the guest stars and you know where where at least least.

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Countdown to Kickoff in Atlanta

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00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Countdown to Kickoff in Atlanta

"Fox News. Atlanta. The clock is ticking kickoff for Super Bowl Sunday. The LA Rams will rely on their star pass rush led this season. By sax leader Aaron Donald to combatti patriots offensive line. That is protected Tom Brady from being sacked all postseason long. It's also the battle of the season vetted QB and Brady against a young gun and ram Slinger. Jared Goff is the former first overall pick looks for a Super Bowl win is third

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"slingers" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"slingers" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Checking all you folks were checking in with me Brian in Michigan. Says he's listened to me live on the radio. And I like he wants pamelas numbers. We can text message. So what? What? Now, he's got a text message from listeners. And I said, well, we really don't have that setup. I'll give you a number off the I'm just kidding. We can all sorts of. And here's something else too. Because we had some folks who've been calling in. I think we've got phone problems. So people say that it rings about ten times and goes to a busy signal. So if you've been trying to call in we'll have that look that I know Josh. And there has not been derelict in his duties, and I can see when people are calling in and I've not seen. I've not seen the phone ringing. And he's not answering itself if you tried to call, and you've not been able to get through that's probably 'cause we have phone issues or we didn't pay the Bill is like, Pamela. We're moving to cell phones. A cumulus? Well, same thing. On with the show. This is it we have. They're calling them. You don't a digital sexual is. That's dudes that can't get a date and they have sex with the robot. Did you that's the name from now did she sexual, and we have transsexuals we have homosexuals we have bisexuals. And now we have digital sexual and his speech your lose. I'm just telling you. But some of these some of these robots are hot. I just I mean, that's just the weirdest thing, isn't it? And now they have these sex robot brothels, which has just creepy. Oh, my wife, and I got in this discussion too. Because. And I don't want to go down this road about swinging. I know how it came up. You know, what is it is his sling? The TV thing where you could get and they got a couple of their slingers. Have you seen those commercials? Oh, you haven't seen those slingers? All Josh see if you can bring that up on YouTube. I'm sorry. He's doesn't have enough to do. Commercial? It's a commercial. I it's just you know, hit this. This guy middle aged guy and girl this slingers. And so they do they go in the unit seeing. Mommy and daddy keep it fresh. Yeah. Slingers right, boss. We.

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This Week in Nerd

Talk Nerdy to Me

04:52 min | 3 years ago

This Week in Nerd

"One com books. Everybody was buying September. Let's go through the top ten for September twenty. Eighteen top the list. We have return of wolverine number one for marvel. Comics number two heroes in crisis. Number one from DC doomsday clock number seven comes in at number three from DC. Number four is Batman. Number fifty, five DC number five is Batman damned. Number one from DC. I'm kinda surprised that one wasn't higher is sold out everywhere. People are still clamoring to get it in. It's going for high prices on EBay number six, Batman, number fifty. Four number seven, Daniels legacy number one number eight. Fantastic. Four number two. Number nine, amazing Spiderman. Number six, followed up by amazing Spiderman number five at the ten spot. So you can see his pretty evenly distributed between marvel and DC in the top ten, we don't see our first image. Comic until number fifty, eight oblivion song by Kirkman. So it's not even Walking Dead. Are you still in comics, the marvel character air by loves the hate, no, not cyclops. The other one name more. Yeah, name more is back. He's he's always been kind of a prick. Now he's tired of everybody invading the oceans. He's decided he's going instead of invading the land like he has in the past with invasion and flooding Manhattan. He's decided he's just going to kick everybody who doesn't live in the ocean Audi ocean. He has formed a little group called defenders of the deep named Moore's defenders. Deep are made up of characters like tiger shark, orca and drama is some other characters. In this picture. The I'm not quite sure who they are not been named yet. Name more begins his agenda in avengers number nine, he shows he's not above murderers you since his sharks out to eat Stingray. They more is pretty formidable by himself. He can take on the avengers with no help whatsoever. But now the. He has some allies with the vendors of the deep. The oceans are going to be a scarier place. Let's talk about the venom movie from Sony. I. I, it was a good movie. It just was not a venom movie. This character characterization of venom was not what I know from the comics completely changed. His personality demeanor didn't stop people from going to the theaters and watching it Benedict the top spot for the second week in a row, the box office, it beat out of stars born, which is no easy task since it is getting a lot of Oscar buzz. Venom is earned. Almost thirty two million dollars for second weekend, putting in at around two hundred forty, four million worldwide. That is pretty good for a movie that the critic said, pants saying that it was going to fell miserably. This is why I don't listen to critics, but as I said, it's a great movie. Just not a venom movie. Sony is also working on a movie for craven the hunter. This one though will have appearance, my spider man since it's going to be based on Craven's last hunt. If you've read that story line, it's great storyline. Craven has taken down. Every major thing that he can hunt except for Spiderman a, he sets his sights on the web Slinger. They're putting out the third installment to what I consider the greatest superhero trilogy. A lot of people at flies under the radar, the unbreakable or east row one, seven, seven series. This is the unbreakable series by m night Shyamalan starring Bruce Willis as David Dunn, where he finds out that he actually has superpowers, he finds this out because Mr. glass allies. Your price is on the opposite side of spectrum. He's very frail and you know, the wind will break his bones. The second series is split with James McEvoy mcevoy's character, Kevin Crump has multiple personalities, and one of those is the beast which is a super powered crazy primal being in glass. The third of that trilogy all three allies. Your price Kevin Cronin. David done are all on the same mental. Institution. Allies, your price being the mastermind Mr. glass. He convinces Kevin Crump to bring the beast forward and they use him to escape David done. Being the good guy breaks out in his trying to hunt him down.

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