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How to Step Around Your Fear

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

02:06 min | 5 d ago

How to Step Around Your Fear

"Imagine a fifty pound bag of dirt on the floor. It is in the middle of your path between the front door and the bathroom forcing you to walk around it or step over it multiple times a day. That obstacle is twenty five kilograms at which you frequently curse regularly trip over sometimes stub your toe against or twist your ankle yet. You refuse to pick it up and move it because you claim it would either require too much work. It's just too heavy or the excuse. I hear most often. That's easier said than done. All over the world people would rather learn to live with dirt and their bruised ankles than do whatever it takes to clear their path walking around the dirt. Seems like the easier choice because it involves no heavy lifting but it's a passive and sometimes a conscious contribution to our own suffering that manifests itself in other areas of our lives as well depending on the household in which we were raised. Many of us took our very first steps on eggshells so we may not even be aware that a life without landmines is even an option. And if we don't do what ever it takes to smooth out our path as adults life can quickly turn into an obstacle course especially if you have multiple piles of dirt to navigate around. of course. we're not actually talking about dirt eggshells or land mines were talking about real world obstacles such as miserable jobs that we refuse to quit failed relationships. We can't seem to abandon dietary or fitness in decisions that affect our overall health uncomfortable living situations from which we can move but don't and so on all too often making big changes seems like too much work so we just keep on. Keep it on his this phenomenon. A simple case of us not trusting ourselves or our week the human equivalent of the terrible about the frog in hot water myth where frog will immediately jump out of boiling water to save itself but if the water is very gradually heated the frog will remain in the pot until it boils to death.

Fire Truck Tour: A Soothing Story and Meditation for Kids

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

01:58 min | 6 d ago

Fire Truck Tour: A Soothing Story and Meditation for Kids

"Our story today is fire truck. Tour frankie the fire truck rested outside the firehouse. Sunlight sparkled on his bright red sides. Frankie hadn't been that vibrant and a while. And he was loving it. He had been polished and shine inside and out today. Frankie was going to have group of kindergartners on board for a tour. The fire truck felt honored. He wanted the kids to feel safe knowing that he was always ready to help. Frankie watched the road as car after car passed by. He hoped he would see a bus soon and then he saw it. The bright yellow bus turned into the fire station parking lot. One by one the little kindergarteners carefully step down the gigantic steps one. At a time the adults held their hands to help the little ones with this task s. All the children reached the ground. The adult settled them into a line and they waited for instructions. Frankie beeped a friendly. Hello and then. A couple of the kindergarteners began to cry. The firetruck felt surprised. He thought that all kids love to see a fire truck. Then frankie noticed quite a few of them were holding their years in his excitement. The fire truck had forgotten how loud he could be. He decided that he would try to be as quiet as frankie watched kindergarteners and saw that some were jumping up and down feeling excited to see him. Some of the kids were smiling. Feeling happy and content. Some of the kids stepped up on their tippy toes and peaked around the people in front of them. They tried to see as much of the fire truck as they could. And still be in line. These kindergartners were definitely a curious bunch.

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Learning to Learn Deep Learning

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

02:12 min | Last week

Learning to Learn Deep Learning

"So today on our episode. What we're gonna do is we're just gonna kick it back old school and as our long-term listeners will notice. Sometimes chris and i liked to do these episodes where we don't really have a specific guests speaking about a topic but we kind of talk about a variety of topics that we've seen in the ecosystem. We think are interesting maybe of note and discuss them here. Live so you up for that chris. I'm totally up for that. We have fun with these episodes. I enjoy him as a little free form for us exactly. Yeah and i'm sure it shows to our listeners. how ignorant we are in certain cases. But that's okay because as everybody who is exploring the space everybody has their own little niche spear of and it seemed like these other people are like very knowledgeable in all of ai but they have their own little niche of knowledge to so it's good to sort of dip our toes into different areas. At least it is for me. I think you know that is something that we talk about a little bit in the last episode for for anybody that might've been listening with just the fact that there is too much stuff for everyone to know all of it. And so you kind of have to pick and choose where you're gonna dive in and that might be something worth talking about today because you have to kind of make some choices and it's interesting. How the different choices. People make affects. How a team might come together. And what the team's capabilities aren't stuff. So there's a lot of ramifications here. Yeah there's definitely the concept as well as like when you're putting together a data science team or a team or something like that actually. It's funny we're actually bringing this up because we had one of these discussions internally actually even this week is hey what are the advantages of having a sort of organizationally separate you know data science. Ai unit versus data science in ai people embedded in various teams throughout the organization and all within those specific people. Of course there's a slant. Sometimes people want to higher end data science people or people to just do the modeling and analysis stuff. And don't worry about the other things. Just focus on that stuff and we'll handle the business logic and like pushing that out into products and all of that stuff

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What Else Does Admiral Giroir and Others Know?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last week

What Else Does Admiral Giroir and Others Know?

"Sources of Intel that suggests that China has an extensive biological weapons program. And that it's integrated between state laboratories, academia and private industry. So it is not crazy as people, um suggest, like Dr Collins suggested that this could have been part of a bio program. You know, guys, I'm sorry, but we could have used you a long time ago. Really? I'm not trying to step on your toes. I'm glad you're saying something. It's not personal. No disrespect intended. I mean that. But, man, where were you early? What were you afraid of? The media calling you a conspiracy Theories? They're a joke. They call everybody a conspiracy theorists that doesn't tout the liberal line. Why do you care? You know, it's easy to speak up when everybody in the media is going to celebrate you on the left. It's easy. I don't like trump hair. You get a big up in the Washington Post celebrating your bravery. You know what's difficult being a real renegade being a real misfit. Said that 1000 times and speeches I give publicly be proud of yourself. If you're a conservative, you're the real renegades. Right now. You're the ideological misfits. You're the land of misfit toys. And I mean that in a proud, dignified way that you're the ones walking around saying You know what? Wearing the badge of truth on your chest while all these idiots were telling you, you were the liar. Where the renegades right now we are where the truth tellers. The media has been on the wrong story of every major story in the last six years, arguably in the last 60

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Exploring the Worlds Beneath Our Feet With Robert Macfarlane

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Exploring the Worlds Beneath Our Feet With Robert Macfarlane

"Really want to focus on under land. Which is your your newest book And also i think a book that people are discovering in this country in in a big way which has been exciting to see That use that as kind of a focal point to also more expansively explore. How you're thinking accumulated way of seeing the world and experiencing it rolls around inside you. And i feel like that also does find expression in in the writing of land so And it's always. It's so interesting to see how. I think you said it this way some in another interview that your body of work. The gradient of your body of work has been tending down because she began writing about mountain mountains of the mind. And then there were the values in moore's in wild places and then there's traversing the world on foot in the old ways and now you have gone down to the world's beneath our feet and you said we know so little of the world's beneath our feet i think just naming that not something that we even think about how little we know of the world's beneath our feet they. They are dark places in in several senses. That a sometimes say to my children. We walk on this thin above this raging space of life and matter in an oil its vibrancy and and fury and we knew nothing of it. site stops at our toes. It's tops at ground. Level in sight is so bind up with with with with modern ways of of of knowing we. Can i say alien unless we can look up and see literally trillions of miles. We can see light coming from starr's across the universe across the galaxy but we looked at and we we can't see beyond the grass or the tomczak

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Dr. Fauci Inconsistent on MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Fauci Inconsistent on MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace Show

"Bounty scam. I mean, she's falling for every skin. Really, not that bright. And so Fauci, of course, goes on that show knowing she's not that bright and he'll be able to say whatever he wants. And he said this interesting thing on the show yesterday gonna play for you in a second. The odd thing about it is odd, given his history of saying contradictory things is he's actually right. So if he's right in this appearance with Nicole Wallace, then what do you complaining about, then? I'll explain on the other side. Check this out. And what they didn't seem to understand. I guess that's understandable that they didn't understand it is that science is a dynamic process. So something that you know, in January. You make a recommendation or a comment about it. But as you get more and more information, the information leads you to change because that's what science is. It's a self Correcting process. So when you hear someone say something at one point and then I think that would be inappropriate. Couple things on this left this do not believe science is an evolving dynamic process. Can we just put that out there? Toe left this listening? No, we do. Dan. We definitely believe it's time to really can. How come you keep telling us the science is settled. On climate change. How many times have you heard that? If science is a dynamic, evolving process, then how can science ever be settled? I'm just asking. I've had Let's not get sidetracked, though. Let's stick to the point here. Found. She's right. Ladies and gentlemen, I want to give a fair assessment of his comments yesterday on the disgrace in the cold, Wallace show. Science, his dynamic and evolving It changes all the time. He's absolutely accurate. My criticism with Fauci is not

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Canada Lowers Flags After Discovery of Children's Bodies at School Site

BBC Newsday

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Canada Lowers Flags After Discovery of Children's Bodies at School Site

"Go to Canada now where flags are flying at half mast following the horrific discovery of the bodies of 215 Children. At the site off a former residential school for indigenous Children in Kamloops, British Columbia, the Canadian prime minister tweeted that the flags would stay lowered. Toe honor. The 215 Island Duma's is the grand chief off the assembly off Manitoba chiefs. He told me more about this site on the Children found there. Some of these Children were the age of three. We We know that the graves roll undocumented and we know that there's actually no they don't know what was the cause of death. Unfortunately, you know, we we sort of have a knowledge that the fact that this federally funded institution which essentially had taken these Children at gunpoint At various times were negligent and cost for the death of these Children. So we know that these these Children were murdered by the the federally funded school.

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Deanne Shinzan Larsen on the Dharma Combat

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Deanne Shinzan Larsen on the Dharma Combat

"Good morning. I'm deanne john on larson the head trainee for this spring training period. Thank you so much for joining us this morning. Attention toes on was ill among asked osho. You are sick is there. Someone not sick chosen answered. Yes there is the monk asked osho does the one who is not set. Look after you toes on replied. This'll monk is able to look after others. The monk asked osho how about when you look after others toes on said than the having of sickness is not seen this is case ninety four toes zones illness from the book of equanimity. In this main case we learned that the venerated toes on is ill very ill among cubs to visit him in his somewhat impertinent as he notes this monk sickness he does not ask if he can help but decides instead to test toes on with questions about sickness and not sickness in caretaking the toes on his. Ill is willing to engage with this monks questioning toes on states quite strongly that there is someone who is not sick and that he is very able to look after others and that when he does. The having of sickness is not seeing

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Travel Numbers Climb as Americans Hit the Road for the Holiday

News, Traffic and Weather

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Travel Numbers Climb as Americans Hit the Road for the Holiday

"Aren't just returning to the roads and expected record number of people are taking to the skies this holiday weekend. Trevor Holt has details millions of Americans taking off You were trying to get back to normal many years since a lot of people have like been out and about the holiday rush likely to break pandemic travel records The T s a projected to screen more than six million passengers through the weekend. I think it's wonderful were both vaccinated, so that's why we decided to travel under. A lot of people are feeling the same way as we are. An airline companies have been gearing up for the holiday surge. American says All of its planes are now out of storage and flying this weekend, while Delta says it expects flights to be 80 to 90% full and United CEO Scott Kirby touting a stunning travel rebound toe Our Geo Benitez. Do you think that you may seem or leisure travelers than perhaps ever before? Yeah, we already are in leisure travel domestically for United Airlines is higher than it was pre pandemic but also worryingly on the

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Indigenous Fashion: The Politics of Ribbon Skirts, Runways and Resilience

Unreserved

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Indigenous Fashion: The Politics of Ribbon Skirts, Runways and Resilience

"Abigail echo hawk is here to talk about a ribbon. Dress a traditional symbol of healing. But it's not a typical ribbon dress. She's the chief research officer at seattle indian health board and the director of the urban indian health institute in march of twenty twenty in the early days of the pandemic. She reached out to her federal health partners to ask for some more p. p. e. so the institute could continue to serve the native population in the seattle area instead of receiving masks and testing kits. She was sent bodybags abigail ponti and joins me now. Welcome to the show abigail and so excited to be here. Can you take take me back to that moment. When you opened up the box with the body bags and what happened we had gotten noticed at a large box had arrived at our clinic. We ran downstairs. We hoping for mask and when we opened it up what we saw instead was a box of bodybags. It was absolutely devastating. I remember taking one of the body bags out of the box. In the toe tags fell out of the bag and instantly there were tears in my eyes. Because all i could think about was the elders. I had seen upstairs. Wanting to get tested of our providers were showing their own mass of our executive leadership team. Who had started washing the scrubs of our providers at our own homes in order to ensure that they had what they needed. And when we asked for help bodybags is what we got. What did you think about when you saw what your federal health partners had sent you. When i saw what they had sent us. I wish i had been more surprised. Unfortunately i wasn't as we look at. How the federal government in the united states has provided the treaty obligations for american indians alaska. Natives we know they haven't and in fact they have never fully funded our healthcare systems and as a result of that we've seen our people have high rates of disease. We've seen our people die. And when i thought about it it was almost the perfect metaphor for what the federal government has been doing to us for centuries and that is giving us the thanks to bury our people in and not giving us the resources so are can live. When did you get the idea to transform the body bag into a rib andress. I've been working in healthcare for really long time and it's hard i have seen people die. I've seen are people not receive the resources that they need. And sometimes i'll drive home from my work and just cry all the way home and so i've had to find ways of coping with the trauma that i experience as an indigenous person working native healthcare. And so. I use the cultural traditions. That i have been taught by my aunties my relatives by my

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Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later

1A

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later

"Back to our commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre with us, Phoebe are stubble filled forensic anthropologist at the University of Florida. And Greg Robinson, a Tulsa political activist. They're both descendants of survivors from the massacre. We're also hearing from Yuko camo kid tweeted. I never knew about it Until recently. I suspect it was not mentioned in my history class is in central Indiana in the fifties and sixties, and Greg wrote on Facebook. I first heard about it, circa 1998 on a news program on ABC. Utterly shocked by the story and equally so by not ever having heard in a report or reference to the attack. Previously we heard from a number of people in Oklahoma, including John in Tulsa and Martha and Grove. I was 40 years old. When I first heard about the race massacres. The first time I ever heard about this wasn't about 2000 and two And what's so sad is I grew up only 80 miles away. I was at the Greenwood Center on a field trip with high school freshman I returned on the bus with them and made the comment that I hadn't heard one single word growing up in Tulsa. For the previous 40 years. I then took my young child to Tulsa toe. Learn about it. And when he went back to his school, his teacher told him that that was a rumor. And she had never heard of that. It really shook me. This story needs to be told to our entire country so that it never ever happens again. Break what happened to the survivors after the massacre took place. Well, there was a few different things that occurred. We understand that about 60% of the people who endured the massacre. Escaped into other cities migrated up on each other parts of the country and actually didn't return.

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Marketing Missing In Conservative Views

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Marketing Missing In Conservative Views

"Said I've been around He shall remain nameless. This guy I've been around Republican politics for a long time. And the problem is all of our donors who influenced the message. They're like commodities type people, You know they're in the petroleum industry, the gas industry and there's really no marketing in that. It's not like you know, if you go toe Exxon or you go to BP, like, Hey, go to BP. This gas is really super hip cast. You're like it's gas. Whatever you stop, whatever gestation, whatever the price is cheaper. So, Yeah, There's a little bit of marketing in it. But the people who run those companies and influence the GOP and the message, air quotes Don't really have any skill in marketing. And I listened to him and I said, Ma, it's pretty genius. Trust me. This guy, this guy I've been around a long time. He said. On the other hand, James, wait his eggs in mortar that yes, there is, he said, on the other hand donors that influence liberals and the Democrat Party and get their message pushed into the Democrat ecosystem. Roll the tech people where marketing is everything. Your

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Crypto's Awful Weekend

Equity

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Crypto's Awful Weekend

"In the world crypto currencies. It really was anything but quiet a selloff that was still keeping. The market's attention on friday lengthened into the weekend with bitcoin around thirty two thousand five hundred ish on sunday ethereal itself saw its own coin fall to around nineteen over the same timeframe now since then things have gotten better with bitcoin rebounding to around thirty seven thousand five hundred and ether to around Two thousand three hundred fifty and keep in mind that you know you're going to hear this an hour after i vented coordinates if those numbers change. Don't bite me. It's just that's cryptos go anyways. Both coins remained far far below the all-time highs they set very recently a force. Bitcoin spiked sixty four thousand and either cracked about forty three hundred before losing more than half its value. So it's been rough you know it was a rough weekend. Why do we care well. We care because the crypto focus portion of the venture capital world is not getting smaller overtime. There's more and more capital into these companies. It seems and also kind of critically the number of companies both startup and mature in general the generate. At least some real news from bitcoin and the the broader crypto world is going up. That means we're talking about robin hood not just coin base and square not just blockchain dot com. That sort of thing. The increasing horizontal nece essentially fintech means that the number of companies with at least a toe in the crypto market is larger than ever and as we know that trading volumes in the crypto market to follow price changes seen such sharp declines is not good for more companies than you probably think now in response to what i just said. Coined based stock of is up. Three percent pre-market trading. So you know twenty twenty. one things. Don't make sense take everything the grain of salt

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Step up Your Foot Health

Dishing Up Nutrition

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Step up Your Foot Health

"Also want to mention another common foot issue. That i'll run across with clients and that many people actually struggle with and that is plantar fasciitis. It's actually the most common type of foot pain. And i am amongst those in that set of statistics. I actually had plantar fasciitis several years ago. And let me tell you for those of you who never had plantar fasciitis. It really is not a pleasant way to go about your day. Just a little bit of that background of what plantar fasciitis is if you can imagine. There's a thick ligament that runs it starts at your he'll at your heel bone and it runs to the base of all of your toes kind of starts bet. He'll and spreads out as it gets further down that foot and what happens is that kinda thick ligament that plantar fascia becomes irritated and inflamed and then it causes a lot of pain. So and oftentimes pain will feel like sharp stabbing pain in your. He'll and i remember that vividly. It's just remember especially in the mornings when you roll out of bed in your feet. Would i hit the floor. And i just remember cringing and kinda and and just kind of wincing every time My my he'll hit that for probably for the first five or ten minutes out of the day because it tends to be worse in the morning. When you're tight when you're stiff and things like that so you think about that ligament that being similar to a rubber band it needs to stretch and contract as you walk or take steps throughout the day so this ligament can become irritated and inflamed from overuse. Pretty is the most common thing but it can oftentimes come from a deficiency of nutrients as well.

Inflation Speeds up in April as Consumer Prices Leap 4.2%

Weekly Wealth Report

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Inflation Speeds up in April as Consumer Prices Leap 4.2%

"At the markets, you know one of the things I I do want to kind of talk about here. Ah, little bit more. I talked about this last week. Was inflation and it being higher But for how long? And you know if you heard me talk about last Sunday on the show the April consumer Price Index right, the CP. I was up 4.2% from the prior year's level, which was well above the Fed's 2% target, and it was at the highest reading in more than a decade. And when we looked at certain factors that began Kind of dominate, you know, One of the things that talked about you know, was the rising commodity prices. In fact, they were another factor that is likely to prove transitory and when you know, although nearly certain toe pull consumer prices higher through the summer Historical data indicates that commodity price spikes Of the type we're currently experiencing. We talked about commodities and the increases the spikes that we're seeing. They do not essentially, um It doesn't mean that rising inflation rates are to follow necessarily, and I think slightly lower rates of future inflation are typically observed. Ah, year after commodity prices rise

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 "Blind Laughter" Interview & set with Alex Valdez  Show #66  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

03:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"Blind Laughter" Interview & set with Alex Valdez Show #66 - burst 1

"Your partner jim. O'brien was with a different comic in a comedy duo cold of brian and severa and they had actually worked my club a couple times and then we the way i recall it us. Avera said hey. I don't wanna do this anymore. And my future's not in comedy. And then the next thing we knew it was o'brien vow dez and you guys were terrific together soon. And i think stronger than o'brien and severa. I don't want to step in any toes but that was my personal thinking. Did jim approach you about being his partner. Yes he did. Yes he certainly did and i wanna talk about a couple of things that you brought up their number one. Yeah jimmy and kenny were together for about eleven years. Oh yes. They had some really strong road. Experience day open for a lot of. They became very very popular on the college circuit. Remember back in the late seventies early eighties holidays were booking comedians. Right left to do concerts and being also booked on the open for major rock bands. You know right right. So so jimmy and kenny. They did a lot of that in the late seventies and early eighties. And then you're right. Can you decided to Jump out of comedy he had had enough. I think of the road and everything. And and maybe jimmy and then And thank you. Thank you and Well for all the comics that listened to your podcast they product to. They're they're they're rolling around on the floor right now and and jim approach to me and and jim really honestly approached me. He told me later he said you know. I'm the headliner right now. And if i go back to being a solo act on gonna step back and have the be a feature or an opener for a while. And i don't wanna do that but if i team up with a blind guy that may the team pretty unique and We can step right into headline so at that time i was just an opening up and you know every now and then i featured so i forget but so we really. Yeah you guys were goods but there was some marketing thought behind it Jim jim was trying to maintain his success path as a comedy duo in needed. Fill kenza veras position because you guys had already worked together. He was pretty aware of you and who you were. Because let's be honest for the podcast audience if you hadn't thought about it when you're comedy team that's actually more stressful than a marriage because you're not only sharing so much of your lives and and being blind just makes it exponentially harder but still It's it goes beyond the relationship because it's also business relationship and comedy teams. Don't historically last that long. Obviously there's a few that have done really well. You know a laurel and hardy and in some of the classics but in the modern comedy age there has not been a lot of comedy duos that lasted very long because of the difficulties and u. n. Jimmy made it last. I didn't realize it went till two thousand thirteen. That's a long

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Amazon Considers Buying Movie Studio MGM for $9 Billion

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Amazon Considers Buying Movie Studio MGM for $9 Billion

"After 18 tease Warner Media and Discovery agreed to merge Amazon, maybe looking to boost its streaming service and its biggest push into entertainment yet by considering buying the nearly century old MGM movie studio. Of course, this is an e commerce giant. But yes, they have always been fairly serious about their streaming aspirations, Bloomberg intelligence, technology and media analysts, Geeta Ramanathan says. Streaming has helped Amazon acquire new subscribers and make it a real competitors toe other streaming services owned by Legacy TV and movie studios. I think they're taking streaming really, really seriously, and they have the deep pockets to support that ambition. But will consumers eventually tap out of so many streaming services? City University of New York journalism professor Jeff Jarvis says. Maybe they're trying to remake New age cable companies again and at some point there's just a limited amount of money we're going to spend. Until then, consumers have plenty of Streaming options to scroll through

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 The Invader -

Scuba Shack Radio

07:33 min | 3 weeks ago

The Invader -

"It's time for another installment of seahorn. It's still alive here on scuba shock radio and this time we're heading back to july thirtieth nineteen sixty for season three episode thirty titled the invader in this episode. Mike is on assignment to a small unnamed. Latin america country where his job is to train a new underwater demolition team in the opening underwater scenes. Mike is with two other divers and there are placing underwater charges. Mike says that in wartime the underwater soldier only has his blade and bundle of explosives. Well when the charges go off you see the divers being violently tossed about but they're okay. They were just far enough away from the concussion back on the boat. Mike tells us that he has started with twenty men but now he is down to their. Is thomas vegas a wealthy princeton graduate and paul ramirez better known as indio an orphan who is happy but can be serious as a barracuda but there is trouble ashore. The scene shifts to the office of the president day president they duran and he's being confronted by an opposition leader so scenario silvano who is calling for revolution against iran's tax bill. Mike confronts scenario storms out. Mike is worried about this little dictator but president duran assures in he was a soldier and all will be well now. We're back on the boat. Where mike still has his hands. Full with a rivalry between tomasz an indio underwater thomason indio get into a fight by training. Mike forces them to the surface. Thomas toes indio that if he kicks him again like that he'll cut his throat. Mike tells ended. They gotta learn to work together to now. Tomas asks to go sure to go on a date with dawn comes trouble. Speedboat approaches the argonaut with a colonel. Who tells them that. President duran has been abducted by solano and being held in an island. Four miles offshore. What can you do ask the kernel. We'll think of something. Mike replies give us until noon. And if you haven't heard from us by then you've never will. The next thing we see is tomasz on the radio and he is talking to survive at the fort. The revolutionary traitor to l. president. He tells them that there will be an underwater attack. Now as mike in dior getting ready their gear we see tomas sneaking a flare gun into his rig back underwater. The three divers are set for a long swim with patrol boats circling around. So mike takes the boys deep into the channel to create a diversion. Mike sends up a surface marker buoy with a time fused bomb on it when it goes off. The fort thinks it's a pto and savannah. Realizes mike nelson is on his way. President they durant says. Mike nelson is an extraordinary man to which ivano replies. He's an extraordinary gag. Man you see. The revolutionaries have set up a concrete and steel screen across the channel. The only way through is to blast but they wanna confused patrol boats and the floor so they set off a series of bombs in different locations while they blow up the screen. One two three bombs go off in the guards and savannah are confused with a concrete and steel screen blown apart. Mike leads the divers through just then tomasz takes off. Where's he going. He makes his way to the sea wall and is ready to fire off his flare gun to signal the four when mike jumped him they didn't tie tomasz to a floating rafts off the island and set off a smoke bomb again to confuse the revolutionaries mike and i had to the other side of the island. They're getting shallower and shallower into a mike. Pops his head up all clear and they get out of the water and ditched her scuba gear. The raft trick worked by tells indio and he tells them to keep them busy while he gets el presidente. Indio starts tossing grenades. all around. the guards are shooting at everything. Now we see. Mike armed with a small revolver while savant is starting to freak out in the cell. He keeps calling out for martinez. President duran smiling smugly as the havoc rains bike sneaks into fort with his revolver and then we see so von. Tell the guard. Go out and find martinez. Well that opens the door from mike to be called in by president day duran. Mike surprises silvano and tells them to call off the revolutionary. When he says no. Mike says he's a peaceful man but he won't hesitate to shoot him. He'll give him the five one two three okay. So von gives up and radio demand to stand down. Mike is florida the revolution and saved l. president day in the final scene. We see mike at the helm of his boat with a metal pin to his chest. His first from a foreign government indio ramirez is now the head of the country's coastal defense once again letter. Nimoy shows up on seahawks where he played indio. The invaders wasn't filmed in a small latin american country to filming was done in silver springs florida. Well i hope you enjoyed this. Latest installment of sea hunt that still alive brought to you by scuba shack radio.

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"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"Diverse design. Trevor noah. Yes but in our defense we went for because of the genocide. In the night i went. Yeah i went for wanda. I actually thought about when i read this letter. Why what for wanda 'cause i had gone on my mind gonna on my mind And nigeria so just like. Let me let me stay away from it. And which leaves chad chad. Of course you sounds like a guy and there's it's not an easy it's not a dunk and then there's north africa is like know again. I hear you. But also i hear myself right now. He's got a good point. He's in the cleaning yourself cleaning self-services not a good government policy is if you're trying to show how great the government's yes so so there you go everybody when you're done with ghana keep on walking you ever a one. It's on the other side of the country by bianca. thanks for the podcast. New active listener. You guys are great down to business. I lot of verbal emotional abuse. I grew up in a lower middle-class home upwardly mobile. I'm one of three girls each of us two years apart. Born in sixty nine seventy one in seventy. My father was a drunk in a bullied. All of us my mom included. He's still a bully and mom still with them. He treats her like garbage I've recently decided not see them anymore but still feel intense guilt. Didn't beat up or starve me. But i feel like garbage when i'm around them. I can't explain why but being around them makes me feel pretty sick. Quite a lot of all three of us kids did well and surpassed their parents academically and professionally with zero guilt. I'm sorry with zero parental support. We still all have issues. My siblings made me feel very guilty. For on to pass abuse and grudges above against my parents. so it's very hard to interact with them. Also and i'd rather not. Is it okay to completely of your family of origin behind and not look back. Why do i feel such intense guilt about doing it. Very conflicted can't think of acute way to end is it a first step is admitting you can't think of acute way two and the email I've been pretty clear about this. Yes self care number one and then everybody else number two itself. If it's just not healthy for you don't do it. And just say i don't it. It's not healthy for me. Yeah and without even the expectation that they're gonna come back having learned. It'd be like this isn't healthy. That's not a good way to talk to. I don't like that town but that's would families do. Is they just everybody regresses. Yeah you're you have you have more panamanian take on this middle eastern panamanian. I just. I don't know we've talked about it a bunch before. But i think it'd be very hard for me to cut off my family even though the wreck my head a lot i just have bad. I think i grew up with a bad sons boundaries between people friends family. I don't have ruin your mom feel like friends more. You feel more girlfriends now. i like. I'm like her parents okay so that we have tension because i tend to over mike police which he's doing along and she's doesn't like it always so we have our own. Yes so it's the roles of a little bit rivers there. But i think my issue that i realize is i've said it before growing up i thought not having boundaries boundaries and being able to take it with was strikes like i can handle anything. Well that's the thing that they trick you into thinking. Yeah and it's actually weakness because saying to someone. Hey i don't like the way you make me feel. And i need to take back way harder. Scarier uncomforter- uncomfortable to do that. That's really in my opinion. Now that's the strength. The strength is if you really wanna be a strong minded person and and Consider yourself like oh. I can handle anything like then handle boundaries because that should scary so i would say start your journey and surges getting familiar with like what your boundaries are. Because sometimes you don't realize you need to certain boundaries are you didn't think it was possible to have boundaries with family because the family and you're not allowed. You're not really allowed to say like no. Not today i you. Didn't you know whatever your thing is an exercise and a lack of boundaries. All in the same house. I have the key to your house right. No open your door. it's just. It's so i think you have to start the start the relationship with your boundaries and understand where they are because it took me a really long time to understand like oh i don't like like i. It almost reminds me of. I've never liked sweets even as a kid. And i think i went to somebody's house when i was in the seventh grade. One friend of mine. And i was like oh. Do you have any soda juice. She's like we don't drink that. I don't like sweets and it blew my mind that i didn't have to drink soda and i thought to myself. I fucking hate soda. But i didn't know. I had the option not to drink. You didn't know you didn't have the option when you went to the person's house no in life. We give sodas so much like it's just like soda. Jews and i wasn't aware as a kid that you could just say i don't like this. I don't want hawaiian punch. Like i don't want high see. I don't wanna echo cooler delicious. Like i don't want this shit. And i always like not having make you drink at kids. Say they molested. It's the best make documentary. And i will defend the somebody somebody in the wrong person probably So yeah just boundaries are boundaries of good. If there's a problem down the line which. I have which is when when does abound or become a wall. But oh that's interesting. So when have you felt your boundaries of become. I was used to be very codependent and have no boundaries and then i overcompensated for by having strict boundaries and strict rules and you can believe it. Wow strict like inch long time ago but is there a way to come meet in the middle. Somebody made the observation. That boundary is a wall with doors. Yeah so you know but how do you go from not being like you just feel it out. What is what is a have you worked on it. I feel like you still need to work. Well that's train you..

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"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"That stock but Yeah working i literally was trying to think of a new one. I was like working class. Now that's what we're trying to get away from Backbone ditches yet like there's not what what are we upwardly. Mobile could be good. You know the one thing that the republicans and conservatives do good. There's a few guys. I forgot their exact name but they can david from the guy with to pay. Yeah they are the the they coin terms. Yeah they'll just put the so good at labeling oh good at democratic message messaging putting an albatross around democratic issues with a horrible title. You're like i don't want it. And i'm i sent the. I started the bill right that we need somebody who wants yes. That's that's exactly what we need. Someone who can encode a message in a way that is disarming to people and you know upwardly mobile workers. That's too long and gumbo. You're a bitch snazzy. Yet i mean yeah you're not wrong and all i mean i'm trying to put some because really mobile. Sounds like. You're an influencer. The all the democratic ones are so pc boring. They're no you mean like build back better. Don't you dare talk about bill. Bill bill by bill. Bill bachman bags. Yeah you're not wrong. I would go upward. Ascendant rising class because pretty good phoenix. Yeah just like the rising. Yeah arising class. They just mean poor. Pe- i mean. I don't think they call them working class. They used to say blue collar. So working class seems more inclusive. You're right and we don't have so that's pretty great. Goodbye If you got one less now well you've got some jet no discussion no fucking analysis.

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"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"A director said you shouldn't castrate people's gay people castrate do you. You shouldn't cast straight people in gay parts ever china on here castrate more. We all are we. Okay move director. Said like you shouldn't ever cast a straight person passed. It just cast a gabor's but a lot of people don't identify as gay. So that's another in like actors zone identifies gay. Because it doesn't help. It helps lake in the moment for way a week oppress and yeah you go on like good morning america and it's the gay guy but you're right that they don't i remember arsenio got in trouble. There's a video varsity screaming at the people in the audience heckling when he went into the audience screamed at him. And but they're like you don't have an act up and they were like you don't have enough gay guests and he's like i don't have enough guests that you know. Where is the issue so i. That's the it's also. I know i guess it's a bit like wear part of its act as who's best for the part right just like who's the best person who do i like doing this. I'm if i if. I play a comedy writer. I'm might or a comedian and it's me or it's just what do i like seeing in this part i don't know who do you like the best as the director. I mean what he's asking. You should be able to cast. Whoever you think is the best person right. But there's vises there's racism straight you say get lost the we can do. Go do some geisha and you. The partners opened a grinder account. Three guys see what happens. And if you're now now you're now you're curious. I have a couple of popular opinions. Come up the blues..

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"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"Hey worst craig and it goes like hospital and she goes. How come he goes. Wow these ladies and gentlemen are your heroes now. Yeah it's it's it's it's a nightmare for the dog walkers power you know what's funny is that is indicated indicative of which will get to woody allen in a bit what you can get away with. It's like a double edged sword. Where you people want to kill you and you could technically kill people. Yeah you mercy of donald trump kill basically got five people kill the capital like moreland three to five whatever he shot on fifth avenue he did. The apprentice was that good. It was so fucking get apprentice was that was good enough that he can get away with it but that is that's where he got like boy is that what's worth that. What's worth getting your dog stolen and your dog your employees shot. Yeah like it's brazil in fucking nine thousand nine hundred seventy five like it's mexico city. It's insane it's insane bike. You can't even doesn't even come up with a hit. I mean guys. It's that the the the the movie. The shell allow. Movie has been for two years to three years shila lilo. Oh the joke. I couldn't ever do in. Public was I saw the movie. I shall now. So yeah it's terrifying and it also speaks to the holes. People have inside themselves that they go. I want that kind of knowing that it could get their dogs stolen and their friend shot. You have it. I want you sure. Now it'll be different when i'm there. Okay then okay. He might into craig. Okay okay no value for human life. Where's correct hi guys neal brennan here would bianca and you know we forgot cast. We use a platform called anchor. Abc called anchor which bianca also refers to as anchor nice. So it's like. I've said before it's fair. It's you can see they get you ads and then you can see how much money you're making off of each add. Each episode there is a. There's a tab on there that literally just says money It's very simple. And if you have a very linear mind like uncle nail you ju- new love a button that they've wanted says episodes money and analytics. What do you want easy you go. There's a mandatory call to action here and it says download the free anchor app and go to anchor dot. Fm to get started again. The call to action.

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"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

08:39 min | 3 months ago

"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"So that's a low pressure kind of moments. So it's what i know. I say anything flavor at all right. i'll hit you. I'll have to let it offline. Can matrix crazy. Some other saying long live long lines. Great great what. A good woman. A good fug was a great surprise. Guest neil of rises guy. Johnson is that and only. I've invited another relevant hollywood figure. Wow neil comes back the mustache head. Do it's nor joe. Relevant hollywood figure this week buddy. It's a big week for people. It is it certain people. It's a big week for them. And i wanted one of them to come on and talk about this quickly. So i didn't see the golden globes was he muted the whole time. Well he started right and he goes right right. And laura dern is like ooh okay. Ooh unfortunately daniel has some technical difficulties and we. We wish him the best and then he goes like do. You didn't oh no you did. And then they let him do his speech but like they were like walking like laura dern love. They were moving on and then he was like no motherfucker. Oh god like it was great. It was done and then he was like no. I'm doing my speech my lard. You wouldn't know it as an american. But he's from he's like he's like from council estates. He's not which is the the hood it's the project but americans needs be like well it must be royalty with that accent julian i'll say this for khalil who i know. He was a champ fan and we just had lunch one day and now we come to the good tipper right good guy great great. I don't disclose gr. He's in the. Oh you that's right you don't off the air. She'll tell me off the me he is but he's a good dude and the thing in that movie. What his a lot of his appeal is. He's got perfectly symmetrical is he's got like a nice face. Fuck in smooth skin. He's got really sweet is deeply was it turned into dinner And there was it was A really fucking nice. They catch the light in a guy. You're like in a way that you if you met them you'd be like i don't know and then when you certain people you see on camera like why. What in the fuck. But it said that people have to wear masks inside. That's how from council estates. He's still the pandemic trust. That's very funny that he can't say that he he likes or dislikes. The vaccine is not wrong right. People just jump on you. So it's like distancing just say nothing goes were awkward because usually they'll show the five six and then when i win it's like then zooms into me but still showed everyone so. They were like the during their speeches during people speeches. Yeah it is so bad. It was good for like thank you jesus for this morsel of entertainment but it wasn't good for the show so somebody one and i think have amanda see. I don't know they were still in cameras. So she was like in thinking only fellow like nominees and they were like it was like obviously they didn't mean it. It was just like you're still on even though you're disappointed was just it was just funny was funnier than it's like i don't know and then they're all new living rooms and then you start thinking. Did we need the awards. I watched the half of tina and amy's monologue. And i was like just don't do the i mean like we. Celebrity won't be here but first responders here and now you're at risk and it just seemed like are they outside. Are they doing anything. To mitigate the risk for these people. And i don't i couldn't tell they weren't spreading air assault through laughter though from what i say. They weren't a great crowd but that's not therefore there for Because they're heroes. Well yeah and then some why okay. You're you're you're a tv guy Why is comedy in musicals in the same fucking. Because it's the hollywood foreign press and it's from what i understand. It's it's a fake organization. It's very easy six. It's no it's all press from not america and they just figured out a way oh globes with hollywood foreign press. That's who gives it away so it's the foreign press so there's not like they're not legitimate but they they give it away for a little. Bit fishy reasons. Yeah well. I'm wondering if they give it. Tv again. because sandberg one for brooklyn nine nine. And i wanted to say like. I'll give you all one hundred bucks. You name his character on brooklyn nine nine. The golden globes seems there. There's weird reasons for and then they had this one part one. It looked like Like a tim and eric special. It was a german and a lady from india and someone else from. I forgot sorry and they were like real doing everything to be inclusive and we haven't gone far enough and it's like they just did this thing. Basically saying we're we have not brought in enough black people and we're really sorry but it was. It's still in this box of a super official awards ceremony. You know what i mean to. It feels authentic at all. It was in the meadow waves. Very funny but it was not just seems awkward. And i just i just seem like like it's it would be better if it were like not. He could be married and you want the approval of hot women. Live and women wanna look be glamorous and desirable on a red carpet with human bodies looking at them so the point of it it just all seems so force and and unnecessary we'll and now no shade to my international folks but we raised in. This country is are very complicated not to maybe go when you go outside of this country. It's it can be nine hundred fifty five in a lot of places you know what your terms of judgment on black people immigration problem us america and then in certain parts of the world. It's sixteen fifty not even just like. I don't even get mad. The racism i experienced traveling. It's like no you black girl there like the so like i'm not gonna fight all these you know what i mean. It's very it's it's so. 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"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"toe" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"In my so i guess not a bitch rich. you know. That's per every guy i've ever ever been with his runs so hot and there's no cold guys out there is one. It's it's freezing every time we like to get outta here. It's freezing cold in your house. Yes i also think it's a white black thing which you mean why people will like. It's brisk like sixty nine seventy right. They love it. Apparently there was a whole plot on. Carinthia's yasim where like a a runner in a season where when. Jbc live with. Larry he kept turning to seventy nine. Which when i heard about it. I laughed out loud. Which is so fucking truce. Funny the heat. Yeah and so. You're but why like seventy three my house. When i'm in when i check into a hotel put it seventy six. I'm eighty eighty eight. Just constant eighty with brees is like. What's the breeze. So i'll put on my heater. And then i'll turn on the fan all right. My my co-host eko eko The they. I like it warm. You don't you don't like rain and people no. I don't understand this. No ireland like would bring. I don't want. I want a tropical weather all the time. You don't go because it's not. It's not warm enough. You live live in live in venice. Because lenses colder. I agree but hollywood. Nothing but fucking creeps and pieces of ship limit parks. Evan totally sounds black to me. A little black black.

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"toe" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

03:05 min | 5 months ago

"toe" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Listening to your tax You know you said. He was cuban cuban head you said like using some like he use a different navy that deductible name while one that got us thinking because a lot of cuban people and We think that lord juiston dean is elliott so Yeah you're right or you probably won't. What is you.

"toe" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"toe" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"We've got a news story from our most fucked up states. Say it with me. I our dog. How about.

"toe" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"toe" Discussed on The News Junkie

"Yet. You're listening to the news. Out..

"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

The Steam Room

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

"To but I love. The steam room literally goes to say I love the steam room. And it'll continue after this. We go get an international calls this week while you're taking us right into the follow the last segment as as we normally do it with your own. Levy we get international. I have no idea. It's time for the answering machine. You'll be sauce Barclay. Leave a message. America already. Entire money has done it and love you and let the every week question for both of. Y'All is you can bring back any cancel TV series for one more season but would it be in Charles Perfectly Y. You've actually watched. That did not sound like an international call but a very quality call molest so if you could bring back a TV series. That's long gone. What would it be? I don't know if any TV series are long gone now with you know notice and everything else. You can still. I'm sad in modern families ending Which is arguably the greatest show in television history? I loved a good wife. I love scandal. Modern family was amazed. At what would you bring back? That's gone already. How about what's happening? Hey see see. I don't like what you're going with this. Why because I think it's a shot at me so no it's not. I liked to watch. GonNa call me. Rono. I'M NOT GONNA call. You Rewrote Roger and rerun and say hey I'd probably because everybody had a thing for Thelma on good times and Alona a always look at them and La Law. La Law was a good show. Was that in History Blue Hill Street in reading. Yeah Yeah but Fail and Jennifer boy. I forget her name. She was hot. You know what I what show I used to like. Roll up McMillan and wife. Oh my goodness remember that I do. Remember that Susan Saint James Windsor One whose merit to Dick Ebersol my mentor Guy. Who GOT ME AND TELEVISION STALLONE? What would it show would anti dickerson policewoman? Police Story Police store store. That was pretty good. Police something and listen. I think I got some issues going on. But you can't ever go wrong with Charlie's angels got issues next call. Chuck I got a question for you. What your what your top five fast food places wound fast food places. Well you can't go wrong with in and out Burger. You can't go wrong with five guys. Just get can make a mistake and put those fries on your upholstery. Because that'll greasy bag is gonNA get you every time I love Taco Bell. I love Tacos Tacos might be my favorite food. There's a place in Alabama called. Milos bess. Unbelievable that's a fast food place. Yeah yes and you can never go wrong with Kentucky Fried Chicken. How about CHICK-FIL-A Chick-fil-a the only thing I get this their rap when I'm trying to eat healthy which I never tried to do. Got A chick-fil-a addiction Do you really now. Does the chicken Caesar wrap is really good. Yeah haven't haven't tried. That's come on get you some some oh? I live. Our Papa's you can't go wrong with Popeye's but can take it for you can't really when you're talking about your top five fast food places with chuck you ain't GonNa get just the tops tired all right. More than five polices fe trials. Have you ever wondered which would have done if you weren't tunnel like if you are only five point nine but you still had to exact same personality? What do you think he would have ended up doing career wide? Well number one. I really appreciate that because one of the reasons I get frustrated and mad when when when we talk about paying college players and things like that because I think there's a tremendous value in a free education. I don't know to be honest with you but I think one reason I work with talked a lot about education. I don't want to dig. There's nothing wrong with it but I would have tried to get a job. Why got to wear a suit to work every day? Because I'm not made the work in cold weather or hot weather so I would have found a way to be successful. Could go to work in a in a suit so I could control the temperature because I'm I'm opposed to really really hard work. I've only did some silly. My whole life late dribblers basketball. I'm not made for her work. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm just trying to digest that whole answer. Oh I don't want to go any place where I don't want to have a job. Where after work in hot weather or cold weather. Can you imagine? I admire people. I don't WanNa work outside militant work outside at all. That was suck. Can you imagine like it's raining like hail here right now? Can you imagine if you had to work outside all day? 'cause is he's going to be rainy cold or hot or like there's very few days or you're gonna be like so it would be an inside job where you wear a tie doing what I think. I could have not smart enough to be a doctor lawyer. Engineer can do that. Who EARN GET ON TV. Lasserre I'm like a rocket scientist. That's evident something in the business world. Look Yeah do you enjoy I enjoy business? Something in the business world. Good where you have to wear a tie or just a sport coat. Okay Yeah Is that our last. Is that our last call? There's there's nothing internationalist weeks. Sorry about that okay. Good I might That's.

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"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

The Steam Room

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

"Out to the great. Maria Taylor the youngest commencement speaker at her Alma Mater. The University of Georgia this spring. That's gotta be an intimidating thing to do and I'll say this I was at one where the Great Ernie Johnson gave the commencement speech. The Best I've ever heard in what's cool congrats by. That was two thousand seventeen. Well let me ask you a question. Further how nervous were you nervous to a degree but you know when you speak a lot you know? Make speeches all over the place. But when you're in Sanford Stadium you got thousands of family members and parents and all these graduates out there. Just don't want to screw it up you know and you and you want it to be meaningful and what's been cool is to be stopped in airports and that kind of thing by MOMS and DADS. Who will still say my son or my daughter graduated from Georgia and thousand seventeen and we were there to hear your commencement address. And Jeff Van. Gundy was there. He had somebody who was at who was at the Who's graduating that year? Stan Gundy was even there. I'd stand once on the phone. He's man that speech you made in two thousand seven so it was it is indeed one of the highlights of my life and always will be speak at my alma mater and to and to have that good well let me just see. Mike Mike and jeff and mark are fantastic so shout out to those guys but earn. Mike May Dolla fame in fairness at Stafford Stadium. It had to be the highlight those Georgia fans. 'cause y'all have a copy of the things that Herschel Walker left I went to the national championship game. Yeah you didn't win but we've we've had some good years and we've also chalked up quite a few wins over warriors them. Yeah I mean it was like bullet points. It was like I want to be able to tell this story. I want to be able to tell this story but what took the most amount of time. I finished it with a poem and I based it on the Dr Seuss. Oh the places you'll go right but I- reworked it so that it was like a lot of Athens references and then being a university of student references and that kind of thing but it was very cool because my last the last line was..

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"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

The Steam Room

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

"That hasn't happened in decades in this country. Last time was actually around smallpox in the sixties. So we're seeing some unprecedented action here. during the H One n one outbreak. In two thousand nine. There were some seven hundred schools that were closed at that point and we hear about fifty schools that have been closed now in the United States You know trying to trying to get this this concept of social distancing just sort of distance people from each other. That's the way to break the spread. But I think you know what what you're from scientists. Were they following this? Is that the same sort of things you would do during flu. Season really seem to be the best advice here. So if you if you are sick be honest about it and stay home. Because you're you're you're gonNA affect other people and if you are out in public you know trying to avoid sick people as as as best you can Again as we talked about what the surfaces so much of this transmission occurs because someone touches the surface then touches around face avoiding that. I don't shake cans You know I don't shake hands because of what we're talking about generally but especially at a time when the viruses circulating like this You know when you go back and look at SARS which was in two thousand and two two thousand three. It's sort of peaked. In March April timeframe and then sort of the tail end of it was in July at no point. We have a vaccine at no point. Did we have a therapeutic like an antiviral in the end? What really worked was first of all the weather got warmer and that did help but also basic public health measures like the ones. We're talking about what could have been a really deadly outbreak. Two two eight two to a halt so I I think you know we're not ready to say Stop Public Events. And all that yet. I doubt that those recommendations we made widely in the United States at some communities may make those recommendations but I don't think we're there yet. You know you said something about the flu shot I get. I get a flu shot. Does that has any effect on? His Corona virus does not seem to. I mean these are different viruses You know the flu shot is really designed you know. They designed the flu shot based on the flu. Virus that is circulating around the country So it's good to get the flu shot and the reason is that when you if you do get symptoms at all and you've had your flu shot. It's going to help the medical figure out that this isn't flu because I think the first thing that they're going to wonder someone's developing symptoms is it flew and it's much more likely to be flu because flu affects tens of millions of people in the United States. this obviously hasn't spread that widely at although more widely than we may think so getting. The flu. Shot is good to keep you from getting the flu and also to to rule out that it is flu. If you if you get symptoms help rule it out and it's going to be another year at least right before you get a vaccine for this. Yeah it's you know and and you know this has been a point of confusion and you know I know you. People have heard president trump. Say you know it's GonNa cap and very quickly. Within the next few months. I think the important thing to remember is at the end of the day. What people mean by a year before the flu is a year before you know the average person could get a flu shot. There are candidates for the vaccine that exist right now. There's about twenty of them that's companies saying. Hey this could be a vaccine another company thing. This could be a vaccine and all these candidates. They have to go through their trials then because right. Now it's it's it's an educated. Guess but you WanNa make sure that you've got a vaccine that a safe. It's not GonNa make people sick and that's going to be effective and the you you can't speed up those trials that just takes time so it's not going to be ready for for this season if there's a season to this. It's not going to be ready for the season it'll be about this time next year. Dr Sanjay Gupta meant. We can't thank you enough for. I know this has been one of the busiest times of of your life. And you've got a town hall with Anderson Cooper on this Thursday night in New York That'll help a lot of folks to and and we appreciate what you've what you've shared with us today. We really appreciate that thank you. I'm a I'm a big fan and I hope to see. I hope that this you know the numbers start to decrease and I hope to see you guys at what is my favorite sporting events of of all the final four. Turns Union Michigan? We'll see what happens. We're GONNA so we're going to see them in Atlanta in the final four man else that one that one I know but I know about that member last time they had it in Atlanta. It was against mobile. Yeah that's right. Yeah thank you so much. Have a town hall. Thank you Sir. Thank you he. You know what I just love having access to to just throw questions out because there's been so much information out there and trying to track of it all how state is about Dr Gupta first of all. He is fantastic low wise on CNN. But one of the nicest people meet. And you know. I I love watching him and I was excited about the townhall. 'cause you know because people don't know all the houses if you've been ask somebody still trying to guess but I just WanNa say this man wanted a nice if people you.

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"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

The Steam Room

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

"Flexible to learn more Becker on the steam room and it is a pleasure and an honor to be joined by Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent special guest without question. Thanks for being on the steam room. We appreciate you on our really. Been looking forward to this. Thanks for having me. Hey look we're talking about the corona virus. I mean this is. This is one of those stories Dr Gupta when I mean as we talk to you on a Thursday afternoon by Thursday evening the narrative may may change. I mean how are you keeping on top of this? And and how concerned are you? Where would your level of concern be? Yeah well I mean it's it's a very rapidly changing story and you know our team has been sort of falling this for for close to two months now on a daily basis and as you point out Ernie numbers change Every hour so it is it has been A. It's been important to keep on top of look. My level of concern is that I think that this is For for the vast majority of people out there. This isn't GonNa be something that's going to make them particularly sick It's something that they may not even know that they've been exposed to but I do think there's a couple of things that are that are worth pointing out and you know I'll tell you that doctors are always sort of balancing this notion of Of Honesty and hope and and I think what the story like. This honesty has to lead the way and I think knowledge is power because I think when you hear the facts and the science it actually is somewhat comforting but also makes people action-oriented so what I would say is that eighty percent of people will not Really get that sick or even though they have it but the elderly and people with preexisting conditions are more at risk here. Their bodies have less reserve. Were we all all human beings on. This planet are constantly fighting pathogens. If you're healthy you don't really notice it if you're if you have some sort of health problem or your elderly your reserve is lower and therefore you notice it so we need to do everything we can to best protect. The population of people that we know are vulnerable here. Older people my parents. You know people's grandparents whoever it may be and I think that's where a lot of the focus needs to be. Now what is you know we talk about? You might be exposed but don't know what what what are some something that should were you simpson wise. It's hard to distinguish this between You know flu like symptoms cold like symptoms. And I think for most people they wouldn't be able to tell for sure without actually getting tested one thing that has been interesting Looking very looking very closely at the data from all the patients in China seventy thousand person study over there is that it tends to affect the lower respiratory system more. So what does that mean You may may one of the earlier symptoms. You may notice that you're just Kinda more winded walking up a flight of stairs than typical You're more likely to have Fatigue and muscle aches. You can get those with the flu as well. Things that are less likely to happen are runny nose and sore throat because that's more upper respiratory. In fact I'll tell you I was talking to my colleagues in China and before they had the more widespread testing if if patients came in and they had runny nose. They were very inclined to believe that that wasn't corona virus and they would put them in a separate place versus people who are coming in with the lower respiratory symptoms but the bottom line is patients can't be expected to know and I think that's why we need to be doing testing out there. We've been behind on the testing in this country. That hopefully is going to change. Can I ask you real basic question which might sound like a stupid question and I'm not immune from from asking those but we're brothers? Where did it start? Where did it come from? I mean wh how does something like this? Begin in the first place this is. This is a really interesting question Ernie almost all pathogens that we humans are exposed to came from animal world. There's constantly a swap of pathogens going back and forth animals to humans. Humans animals in fact Several Times in the past history of the world these these jumps of Corona viruses have have come from animals to humans We know a couple of them in particular. Sars was a similar sort of situation Which came from this animal known? As the civic cat and mirrors the Middle East respiratory system came from camels. They're very confident. This came from animals as well. They're not sure which they think maybe bats and at some point It just makes a leap. There was a patient zero at some point Some some human being Had the jump occurred to that person from an animal and the pathogen started circulating in that person's body and replicating and eventually started spreading to other human beings. We don't know exactly when that happened where we think it was somewhere in China. Obviously but but we don't know much more beyond that but that's almost always the story here. It's it's that back and forth swapping of pathogens that that is constantly occurring most times without any consequence but every now and then it can lead to something like this. Were you on the mask? Because I've heard different opinions on a mask. I really looked into this Charles and so the headline is that if you're healthy person you don't need to wear mask if you have symptoms coughing sneezing and you're you're letting respiratory droplets into the environment a mask and be helpful to protect other people from your respiratory droplets which have virus in them here you know. There's there's different kinds of masks one. That people typically think of the surgical masks You know th. They're not airtight. That you know viruses can still get around the mask underneath the mask and so they're not really offering protection. Sometimes virus gets on the mask and someone then touches the mask they can actually contaminate themselves. Some studies have shown that wearing a mask for a healthy person could actually put you at increased risk. The surgeon general just released a report on that there was another type of mask known as an ninety. Five respirator mask. This may be more than People WanNa know but everyone seems to be asking about this. But that's an airtight mask. You have to have it fit tested to your face And if it's fitted properly it's actually hard to breathe. I mean you'd have a hard time conducting your normal daily activities with an N. Ninety five mask which is why. It's usually worn for short time by health professionals who are coming in direct contact with patients but the the bottom line is healthy. People don't need masks it may it's not gonNA benefit you. There's some evidence that maybe it makes you more likely to get the infection and there is this other issue which I think is real. I did a meeting with the vice president yesterday. looking at the resources in this country. And you know. We're not sure that we have enough masks for healthcare workers right now they. They require several day in order to take care of patients. We have you know maybe forty million in the stockpile and Three M is GONNA start making thirty five million more a month but right now. You know those masks really need to be used by healthcare workers unless you are sick if you're sick If you're coughing sneezing and releasing virus into the end of the air that I'm asking my useful so let me ask you the question about planes trains things like that. I I I'll preface by saying I flew three times this week I flew yesterday. So you know to the extent that You know you practice what you preach I. I'm not worried about flying Domestically Right now I didn't see anybody wearing a mask by the way on the plane. I I spent some time talking to the airline Association specifically about the air on planes. I knew the answer this but I wanted to be sure. And the air is recirculated. Several times an hour on planes so You know every few minutes in fact it's recirculated if you look at the quality of air on an airplane in the cabin There's some studies that say it's it's has because it's filtered so much it has less impurities in as compared to like most office buildings for example the biggest risk. I think that the two biggest concerns is that on. An airplane. you you. You're obviously in close proximity to people if someone is sick next to you within three to six feet of you You know you. You are more risk of catching whatever that person has if somebody is subsequently found to have corona virus on your plane and your within a few rows of that person you will likely get contacted by the CDC afterward and maybe asked to be screened get tested and if you come back positive you may be asked to isolate yourself at home. So those are those are the concern. I think the the likelihood of that is very low but but I think that's the biggest concern now. Internationally there are some countries around the world that have issued travel advisories. And if you go to those places even if you don't get sick you may be at you maybe In quarantine for for two weeks when you return from these places. So that's all to say that I think the likelihood of you getting buyers from travels very low but there are all these other considerations now with regard to travel that are coming into play because of Because what's happening to follow up on that I mean you talk about the air recirculating and that kind of thing. How about tray tables and that kind of thing maybe somebody? I don't know how I know. The planes are prepared for every flight and the crew was on there. But I don't know if every if every tray table is being wiped down with Lysol or whatever you know you could be on a could you not be on a plane with a bunch of healthy folks but somebody on that previous flight using that plane had their had their hands all over that table and I and from what I understand. That is a way that you can contract it yet. No question and the tray table. Interestingly enough maybe is is one of the dirtiest parts of the plane There's been studies on this and and I'm one of those guys who does wipe the tray table down. Every time I sit down one of the ways as viruses transmitted is is that the that those droplets respiratory droplets. I was talking about end up on a tray table. They can live there for hours. Maybe longer unless it's disinfected. They try and disinfect planes And they're getting better about it. That's the airline industry was at the White House. History talking about that but you're absolutely right. touching surfaces. And then touching your nose your mouth. Your eyes is a way that people can contaminate themselves can infect themselves so yeah I mean I take great precaution. Even outside of Colonel Virus Season two to wipe down those those tray tables. I'll tell you you know I it's funny. I've noticed a lot more people doing it whenever I would do it. I'd sit on a plane. I would start wiping it down the guy next to me or the the the PR. The person would look at me and then they would immediately start. Wiping goes right exactly and I'll tell you another guy knows because I've been traveling so much this week every time. I'm in the restroom now. I mean I've never seen so many guys seriously. Washing their hands as I have over the last couple of weeks here in our studio I hope it catches on no. It's a good habit and I hope that that could have it continues far beyond this this outbreak. But you know I think those those those true and tried basic measures the reason for hundreds of years. They've been recommended because they can work. And and You know that that that may be some good. That comes out of this people actually practicing those behaviors. So my question you know. There's been this debate I've watched on. Tv for the last couple of years is washing. Your hand would soap or hand. What's the pro and con an argument? Well you know. Soap and water is is fine. I mean you tend to You know the CDC Recommends Open Water Twenty seconds of doing that as the best way when they look you know what kind of viral residue left on your hands. If you are using the the the hand sanitizer it should be sixty percent alcohol based in order to have the best benefit You know the scrubbing motion Twenty seconds scrubbing motion seems to be pretty important. The mechanical active actually removing the virus. Off of your off of your hands. Well but I think canton sounds good in a pinch but washing is is probably better. If you're going to hand sanitize Sixty percent alcohol is a good thing to look for on the bottle. And if you're if you're washing with soap and water really you know. Twenty seconds doesn't seem like that long but if you know. I I say you sing the Happy Birthday Song twice in your head. it's actually a long time. You know and and if you do that you'll find that you're spending a fair amount of time. Really Washing your hands. Well back of your hands your thumbs people often forget their thumbs. And I hope this doesn't sound silly to be talking about handwashing so specifically in the middle of an outbreak but but again it it is so important in terms of stopping the spread of this. So twenty seconds soap and water really doing it and and people I think are doing better than they have in the past. How about crowds and going out? And we've heard about some sporting events that are going to be played in front of no fans. Internationally College Basketball Games to teams have cancelled trips to certain areas I mean would you would you say? Hey don't go into a crowd of twenty thousand people or or would you say what would you say I would not say that yet I WOULD NOT I. I don't think the scientists suggesting that yet and I've asked the you know the scientists who are really Tracking this on the current virus taskforce. We're not there yet. I mean you. In Japan. They've closed schools For a month in Italy. They've called. They've closed schools and colleges to the middle of March. And I will tell you you know some of the things we're seeing in this country. Ernie one hundred and ninety five passengers that came from Wuhan that were quarantine airbase in California for two weeks. You remember that what happened that quarantine on American soil..

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"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

The Steam Room

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on The Steam Room

"Of all. I could listen to them. Iraq Harry Song every day. The first of all I've met Rob Lowe a few times in my life. That's a pretty man. First of all Christmas caroline out of things. I don't even think kills things first of all first of all first of all first of all what is first of all day. I got a couple of good ones a America Europe. I know you get sick and tired of negativity in sports but I tell people all the time man kind of like the way you started the show with the shot at me and check and that has nothing to do with. Sport was negative for his neck. That was negative. Shot that you got that has zero to do with sports. Okay perfectly permissible. There was two thing to happen in. Sports is one of the reason I love. Sports is the greatest thing they ever happened to me in my life been able to dribble the stupid basketball. But there's two things that make me just feel good in my heart. I go on to the University of Vermont and as a kid named George Josh Spy Dale so he got a scholarship to Vermont and Indiana Kid. Yes in two thousand fifteen. Who is in a real serious almost fatal accident? They left him in a coma and with a traumatic brain injury and this week they had worked out to coach. Vermont had worked out a deal with other coach. I obviously I apologize not know another school to let him score a basket and it was Albany. They were Buzney. Okay and I just wanted to think the coach Vermont and Albany for lead net kids score and watch. His interview was number one all the players on both teams. Give him a hug and after the game he was saying. This was the greatest night in my life. I The scored a basket and college. Nobody can ever take it from me. They play in the America. East conference leads that conference with a thirteen. Two record and overall they always been going three and seven. Yeah THEY HAVE EVERY YEAR. No exactly there. We expect to see them in the tournament if they can win that if they can win the contract but if you think you having a bad day Goto on the Internet and watch this kid and his interview after the game you will as you not having a bad day. I mean this kid. He's obviously has some serious issues but for the Albany Vermont to set up a school. One College goal basket And the kids got a great sense of humor because I he said I was. GonNa miss so I could get a rebound basket like they'll let me know this kid got he says yeah. I was really taken because I wanted to rebound to but I was going to miss the first one. And get the rebounds. I can have a rebound at a basket. I was watching one of the stories about him to chuck and the night that this happened was the night of the Super Bowl. What about four or five years ago? Really and he had decided that night to go out and get some shots up and when out stop for a bite of food was coming out of the parking lot of that place and got t-bone wow and but just go to the Internet and you were about having any problems in your life and the second is a guy named bobby rounded place for Ottawa. Senators big hockey fan. And he played his last home. Game in mid-november did he went into Rehab and he came out and played his first home game last week and had a hat trick three goals. If you're not a hockey fit well first of all. You should be a hockey fan. I'm way I just wanted to give a shout out to those guys. Josh by Dale and Bobby Ranna the senators you know. Obviously I think we've talked about a four out of brother passed away at a young age So I know addiction and man. I'm pulling for this guy and just become Rodri- on both teams giving him a standing ovation at crowd to give him a standing ovation. Just getting back out but to have a hat trick I mean it just made me my heart. Just feel so like man. There's so many people out here who got real stuff going on in lake. They're trying to. They're trying so hard. The thing to that as you and I talked about that was the great hockey players salute. You know is is those guys who were on the bench who are banging the boards with their gloves or their sticks and he was crying. Yeah this is a grown man lake who got a real struggle and like he was so touched by his teammates and other team and the crowd like he was crying on the bench. So you know. Admit something to him. It was one of those. It was one of those moments that if you read the script if Hollywood came and did the script and NHL player goes into rehab comes back scores hat trick and I read a Disney movie. That's a little. That's a little too but the thing that makes sports greatest no. It's not corny. Because it can happen it did happen and you and then you had those cameras trained on those players and him in particular and seeing just the raw emotion of that moment and yeah when you think about those two guys this week. You're thinking you know what I'm not GonNa Complain. About my cable and I don't blame because I had my car wasn't my car. Wouldn't start like man we get beat over the head because it's really sad that negatively sales and our business but man. There's some good stuff happening out there so shut out by Dale and Bobby Ryan and let me say this. That.

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Shutdown Fullcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Entrance to Kurt Angle's music and he does he. Does what Kurt Angle did. When he was real often? The perks right. Those delight flying as like the flying ask slip into his opponent. Underdog borough this is this. This is an extremely extremely all over the place. Iowa team that went to beaver Stadium and beat at the time number. Five Penn state before Michigan beat Wisconsin. beat Michigan State on the road whilst their first game at home to North Western. Seventeen attempt just oh man Jason. Go One I've got one W- we have to related to previous LSU teams and both have family connections here here Jacob Hester of the two thousand seven tiger says those tigers went straight up and John Chavis son an attorney in Nashville opening opening practice with Ryan. Nanny I think says the Twenty Eleven Lsu Tigers with Jill borough at quarterback which okay now fucking talk him Um I have one from at Mansard. Two thousand five Texas Finisher V.. Wise there in person to finishing second in Heisman is voted borough where V. wise the only person in the world who thought he would win and played at the Rose Bowl. Lot Of conditionals here mansard. But again I think we are kind of sleeping on how dominant bins young was and I could see an easy cam. Newton argument to to work him in here as in. I might only need this player lawyer. I don't think Texas defense is going to do as badly as I think it would against this attack. Because one of the few teams that sort of compares Pairs Lsu in terms of production when you go in the last twenty years that two thousand five two dozen six USC offense. It's right up there so one team that people Throughout was this year's Auburn team. If you gave them a quarterback what I what I want to ask you. What is the the lowest the least talented new? You're going to have to go pretty talented quarterback for insulting Knicks. Knicks was not intended to be this canals. You you know not lose no listen three points. No he wasn't can Chris. Todd get it it done. Don't take that away from Bonex Boise. What a way? They lost the ball. Mostly 'cause he has the Nick Marshall Get it done. He threw for one hundred fifty seven yards and made all of count. Thirty five attempts. Efficiency isn't a strong point. Roy Ray Spencer. He ran for negative sixteen yards. You know about that Barrett Trotter. Parrots would have been layered. Let's go all the way back. Big Old refrigerator of quarterback on in so many ways in that he was cool and not real mobile able you aspire to me. I'm hitting it about fifty percent on that and not by choice the job now. There is a cool customer I like this one from Zach to diseases dister those letters. Then it'll come up September Maryland invincible invincible proteins. That he he also adds that Chase Young's decides to stay home and play for the TURPS but you had mid-september Maryland. September September Maryland Koffi Koffi Abbas favorite. He loves them. He loves watching. This surplus did did a magnificent video radio where it was It was break. It was break butts Your wishes my command right where they're playing it and they're going over the highlights rates of beating Howard by seventy five points like they're back and then it was the we got them and then the we got immune happens and they start losing by forty to everybody but yes timber in Maryland unstoppable. This suggestion from I just lawsuit. Jr Howard Eighty one nine hundred ninety nine. Virginia UTECH coached by Paul Johnson. God Yes oh please. I mean they'd Louis but God yes. Yeah but it'd be it'd be Maas I wanNA watch it some people throughout like World War One and two shifts at no go away nine hundred forty nine Notre Dame Kit. Please no stop absolutely -lutely not well then fighting on a trench in world war while I like to quote a suggestion of Nineteen Sixteen Georgia Tech but every player is derrick. Henry okay well now we're talking all right. Oh God I could really not think of ways that two hundred twenty two zero could be worse every player. There's there can remix every player. Derrick Henry. Just did it. Congratulations you achieve the historical impossibility. That's the game. I don't necessarily want to see that team play in two thousand twenty two that imply in nineteen sixteen. Oh God Derrick Henry back. In time he killed the guys is there for you send them back to one thousand sixteen. They think he's a nuclear weapon. They really think he's the terminator he is he has to. I don't have any evidence that he's not he would be. He would literally he'd be the don't shoot him. You'll just make a mad guy. I would also appreciate it. Does that mean Ryan Tannehill is the feature of the revolution God Fuck God. Damnit all tweet tweet. US and sky night is Brian Bucket. Male I can't wait for the titans to do this man. Look at our playoff run there. We really did something. We got something cooking here. We should give Ryan tannehill hundred the million dollars. Well if he's the future of humanity yet clearly. This is why this all happened for two million dollars to ride to have all the resources you need. Sturdy the lead the revolution they give me the quarterback deal. We've got to lock up our quarterback Derrick Henry Hey right Tannehill we're franchising housing you as a long snapper given their choices gets gets the like Well we don't know how much more trade he's got those arms. I would be the most anti-social like inappropriate agent because I'd walk right in that room and be like we're trying to get a bortles deal here. Gentlemen I'm not just listen. I know you WanNa make this mistake and to hit him with the Bortles Tag. Yeah let's listen law averages every bortles deal can't be bad maybe this is the the one that's genius See they've all been bad so far. But that means we're go fellas. Let's make history. We've been trying to do the right thing for years and then it's it's just not working. Why don't we just embrace the wrong thing? Bloomberg twenty twenty top loading microwaves..

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Shutdown Fullcast

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"toe" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

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You're you're pulling your weight and not much else here pushing and pushing and pushing in. It's just dead. I think it's fair to say that that if you're the polling this low it's not working. Whatever you're doing is not working and we can agree that whatever you're doing is not giving the shutdown full cast nine hundred fifty thousand dollars of of your own money although really if we were searching our hearts being honest Delaney would-be our candidate? Because there's a shot of him he's like kind of A. It's kind of a frumpy angry looking guy. And he's going down a corn slide at the Iowa state fair and he looks like and he looks like a man Dan who is enjoying the corn slide less than any human being has ever enjoyed the corn slide before perfect like he looks like an action. Figure that you bent in half half and then just pushed down. He's perfectly erect from the waist up and that his legs are completely straight out and the expression on his face is of somebody passing a kidney stone. It is amazing. He's he's clearly the most full class candidate. And that's saying a lot in a field that did have Marianne Williamson at however we we're focusing on the two people who have the most important qualifications for office and that's tremendous amounts of money and zero judgment. Tom Star Mike Bloomberg. Let us now let us know. We're here to deliver voters to you. There are at least thirty. Five people in Iowa listening to this right now and judging by the poll numbers. Should you buy the mall. That will double your vote counts in the state. Hey Tom Star. That's his name. Right doesn't matter okay Mr Starr I have an investment opportunity for you. I am leaving top microwave dot com and I'm launching my own own company where I'M GONNA I'M GONNA launch no-load microwaves. It's just going to be a rock a uranium rock. 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Think think we can all agree. Some would even say the best team in its particular sports. Someone even say the best ever think. There are several different cases for it as blog at Banner Society Dot Gov Dot Com. I'm sorry So the question I wanted to pose. y'All end the readers as well is if you had to pick one team to beat twenty nineteen Lsu. We'll say we are. We are time polling them to the same place in neutral site. It's happening at some point when they have they've had a month to train or whatever that is not a long list of teams that you have a high degree of confidence in I would assume but what would be the first names on your list. This is a boring answer but last year's Clemson team honestly I bet it basically on this. They looked better than this year's Clemson team. So I feel like naphtha. Better shot and this year's team was very good. Yeah I think I think think that's one of the the the the best choices this year's Clemson team plus an NFL defensive line come in really handy because they got they got to Joe a few times. I am split. What if they did like twice as many plus Renfro? It's good to have one of those. I'm I'M GONNA I'm GonNa go ahead and just 'cause I know I know we wanna I see it and I would just go ahead and take the two thousand and ten Auburn Tigers. Because I just want to see Cam said just cam. Newton is what you're taking. Yeah no that's what you're picking okay right like this offer's not gonNA. I'm not gonNA stop them. That's very very very silly. However Auburn had enough talent that year to disrupt an offense must enough and yes yes joe boroughs an entirely really different challenge? But if I'm going to wait ten. Fortunately Defensive Coordinator Ted roof is here. So if I'm going to have King Kong Joe Borough on one side I want Mecca Godzilla Cam Newton on the other and. I'm just going to see what happens for entertainment purposes right. The other series answers the two thousand thirteen Florida State seminoles. Yikes that offense would Offense is still a handful so and they might be able to stay in a shootout with them. So yeah I'M GONNA go ahead and hedge take those two. I'm calling to tie because again. No one's paid me to make a decision a spencer. You are going to want us around twenty thirteen with a ring of towels they get on the benefit of hindsight gotta keep gotTa.

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"toe" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

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"toe" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"She's like a payroll mpn. No, no. I think like skips book stupid. Oh my God. She was born with six toes on both of her feet. Now here let me let me let me propose you something here. Okay. Oh God. Would you rather have eleven toes or twelve? Twelve balance in my life? Yeah. Yeah. I'd be like the best tight rope Walker in the world of fighter twelve. Does. Probably. Do you think that's like PD's in a way? Do you think toes make you faster? She's got extra toes like are we not. You know what I mean? If you hurt your big, if you break your big towel. Yeah, your balance is done. Now. Whole, I balance is kind of trash to begin with these files. My big toe. I'm just leave me on the ground. She has an extra pinkie toe. Oh my God. Yeah. First of all picky toes. Probably the worst. Hell there is. Mine doesn't look like a tow. It just looks like a like a bubble it and the nail is just it's disgusting. It's really gross, especially because. Clipping that nails almost possible. It's you can't. It's impossible unless. I need a different fucking nail clipper for this. Yeah, like a real small one at first glance looks like ten toes. I know I looked at. I'm like, this is two feet, but then you start counting, you know, one Mississippi, two, Mississippi. I don't want this to come off weird, but once you get in there it's a little creepy. What twelve dollars. Yeah, of course. Listen, everyone. I'm not trying to be offensive for twelve toes is not normal. I mean shuts it. Yes. Yeah, to us with twelve twelve tells us not normal. This shot normal. No, it's gonna be a little wider. I'll Cup pair of the of the swat. You're going to get a twelve foot. Tow tweet, wait, what the fuck did I just tell that's a big ass. No, but she's got twelve toes. I'm not saying that's gross. Not saying this. Anything thing with that. Obviously, it's not normal. Normal. People have ten. Yeah, that's fine. It's like people have third nipples. Yeah, first of all, weird. I'd rather have twelve toes. A third nipple. Yeah, me too. I don't like that. No, just like a random nipple. Just floating around near new, your belly button and shit like it. Yeah, I don't either. I wonder if you get the same sensation, I was going to say, does it like you flick it and be like semis. Suck. My third. That's discussing that noise you made was weird. Yeah, that made it seem like it. That sounds like a drop in like a movie trailer. Sound like a spaceship landing. Yeah, I think. Do you think do you think though they have sensation? Yeah, in their third. Yeah, probably say that nut. Get it hard. I do. You got a knife in your stomach, not manip-. It's actually just my third. My third nip is their scientific name for nipple. I know we talked about nipples last time, but is there a scientific name. Now, I don't know. I think nipples nips. Yeah, it's all right. Yeah, so, but I I saw them, but I didn't know that they were. Yeah, that's dope. She won the Asian Games. Gold, medals gold medalist. The first Indian to win the heptathlon that answers my question. Now getting custom shoes from Adidas, what do I gotta do clearly also this isn't like, what do you mean? What do I get on a custom shoe? We'll get some extra fucking toes, I'm sure or win a fucking gold medal could try there. Yeah, because you can have twelve tells, but you don't want a gold medal ideas. Probably not going to know about it. This is coming out of left field, but I feel like if I went back in life, I don't know..

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