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"tampere" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Tampere scammers use the balance online. A new resolution passed in the Senate urges the US withdraw its military support from the war in Yemen and condemn Saudi Arabia's leader for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Linda Kenyon has more. The Senate gives the White House and Saudi Arabia. The one two punch. The first resolution requires the US to end its military support for the Saudi led war in Yemen. We will not continue participation in the Saudi led intervention in Yemen, which has resulted in the worst humanitarian crisis on earth. Senator Bernie Sanders also said while the resolution was aimed at ending that war. It was also about congress taking back control of its War Powers from the executive branch. Finally, the United States Senate has come together to use that authority for the first time and say that the responsibility for war, the constitutional responsibility for war rest with the United States, Congress not the president whether the president is a democrat or a Republican, but. The resolution also expressed anger at the Trump administration over its handling of relations with Saudi Arabia in the aftermath of the death of US based journalist Jamal kashogi taking the matter even further Senator Bob corker introduced a second resolution that outright condemned the Saudi Crown prince this is now unanimously unanimously the United States Senate has said that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the murder of Jamal kashogi. President Trump has embraced the Saudi Crown prince despite widely accepted evidence from US intelligence agencies that he ordered the murder and dismemberment of Kushtia Jay at the Saudi consulate in eastern Turkey. That is a strong statement. I think it speaks to the values that we hold dear the rest of this resolution. Does I'm glad the Senate is speaking with one voice unanimously toward this end resolution still needs the approval of the house before it can be sent to the president who has threatened to veto it even if he does. The dual actions in the Senate sent a strong message to Saudi Arabia and the world about the depth of frustration between congress and the White House over the US relationship with Saudi Arabia officials from the department of homeland security the FBI and the department of Justice appeared on Capitol Hill Wednesday to talk about the threat of Chinese state sponsored hacking, Omar Jimenez, reports the hearing came just days after Marietta announced that data from approximately five hundred million Marriott, and Starwood hotel customers had been hacked. From an ongoing trade war to the arrest of the chief financial officer for Chinese tech giant hallway tensions between the United States in China are as high as ever the charged atmosphere.

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"tampere" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Five forty seven and Tampere sports. Josh mccowan gets the start at quarterback for the jets on Sunday when faced buffalo Sam Donald the rookie out with a strained foot. Coach Todd Bowles says no immediate timetable for his return heels. I get a pretty good gauge how he's moving and the giants in San Francisco Monday night, he li- manning. The starting quarterback. For that game. But not guaranteed another start. If he doesn't play. Well, Ben Rothlisberger threw five touchdown passes. The Steelers blue Carolina fifty to twenty one and Thursday football. Islanders lose to Tampa Bay four to two and hockey onto the business news the market was mixed on Wall Street yesterday. The Dow added eleven points, the NASDAQ down forty and p closed down seven all futures are lower this morning. Dow futures down one hundred points, NASDAQ down forty six s a p futures down thirteen all of the European markets are lower in the early trading battle for governor of Georgia nowhere near done Republican Brian Kemp is declared victory and has actually started his transition into the governor's mansion his opponent. Stacey Abrams started filing a lawsuit. Moves challenges are based on a couple of issues. I camp as secretary of state, they say botched the election. Her lawyers say there warrant enough voting machines in some democratic precincts minority voters in Chatham county. We're told they're polling officials had run out of provisional ballots and sorry, but you can't. Vote and in hurricane ravaged south west Georgia absentee ballots. Appear to have been lost in the mail. Kim calls these lawsuits ridiculous. He's quit. His job to begin the transition into his new office leaving those issues for his successor to deal with this. Correspondent Pete combs races for Senator and governor of Florida looked like they're going to a recount the Republicans were leading in both of those races. But all of a sudden the democratic votes started to appear that's also happened in Arizona in the US Senate race there the democratic candidate Kirsten cinema was trailing Republican Martha mcsally for most of the day. Then all of a sudden an update comes in. And she's got a nine thousand vote lead. Now. Hey, if you have the skills of knowing how to roll a really good marijuana cigarette. Guess what you can find a job? What's the federal government national institutes of health has a job posting for a contractor who can I'm quoting here acquire develop and produce marijuana and nicotine research. Cigarettes have varying strengths. Someone who can quoting again acquire hard to find controlled and uncontrolled drug compounds and has the capability to ship these compounds to research investigators. So if you know how to score we'd which the feds consider illegal role, good joints and ship them across state lines. There's more information on the website F, B O that's federal business opportunities dot gov. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Ten.

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"tampere" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on TechStuff

"And those that increased temperature and the pressures that are associated with it are the that's the energy that goes into the system that allows fusion to happen because this is why the tricky things about fusion. You got a poor. Energy into the system in order to fuse to atoms together. Right, right. And the the components of the bomb are separated by things that prevent accidental or maybe premature that nation so that that initial explosion and causing the xrays basically causes the deterioration of those materials and allows the bomb to continue detonating. Yeah. So let's it's, it's it's a little complicated to talk about this without an illustration. Yes. But the way this fusion bomb would work is that you've got an implosion vision bomb with a cylinder casing of uranium two thirty eight, which is acting as a Tampere Tampere is the thing that is controlling this reaction so that you get as much energy involved before it actually unleashes energy the within inside that that temper of you. Uranium two thirty eight is the lithium deride and there's also a hollow rod of plutonium two thirty nine in the very center of all that. And then separating this this still under of Tampere of the the uranium two thirty eight from the implosion bomb is the shield of uranium two thirty eight and some plastic foam. And this is what once you start detonating the sequence of events is that the fission bomb. So that first explosion goes off and this generates the really intense x rays which increase the temperature and the pressure within the the bomb. The shield that uranium to thirty eight shield with the foam. It actually is what keeps that contains that that explosion, so that it does not prematurely detonate the rest of the fuel. But the heat causes the Tampere that cylinder of radium two thirty eight to start to expand that begins to burn away. It starts to put more pressure on the lithium uterit-, which is squeezed so hard that it causes shockwaves that initiate vision within the plutonium rods. So here's you got your second fission reaction. Yes. So you've got the first vision reaction which causes the shockwave. Ultimately, that begins a second vision reaction than the plutonium rod. Now that reaction starts to give off radiation, and it begins to to expel neutrons and also gives off a lot of heat. So now you've got even more heat in addition to the heat generated by the xrays. The neutrons go into the lithium rate, which then combine with the lithium and that makes tritium. So now you've got this environment of incredibly high temperature, this incredible pressure, and it allows the tritium and deterioration and also deteriorate deterioration fusion reactions to occur. So you've got tritium combining with deteriorate and determine combining with it self in these reactions, which produces even more heat more reation, more neutrons. Those neutrons from those fusion reactions, induce a final vision reaction in the uranium two thirty eight pieces that are making up that Tampere and the the sh the shield that surround the whole thing, which of course creates even more radiation in heat and then the bomb goes, boom, right? You've got these this series of explosions going on in a fusion bomb several, which are physician, one of which is fusion of the reason. For that. You may wonder, why do you need so many reactions to go on for a bomb to explode? Well, when we were talking about little boy, yes. The interesting thing to me about little boy is that it was incredibly destructive weapon. Oh yes. But only one point, five percent of the material, the fissionable material within that bomb actually underwent vision, right one point, five percent. So it could have been even more destructed. Yes. The energy at unleashed could have been orders of magnitude larger than it was yes. So fusion. One fusion bomb is is designed in part to try and create as efficient series of explosions. And reactions really shouldn't even say explosions right action within the bomb as as many as possible or as much of that material as possible. So that would have does detonate in unleashes the largest amount of energy at possibly can for the the amount of payload that has. Now, this also means that we have been able to reduce the size of the actual payloads. Yes, because we can create just as an effective and explosion, but with a smaller amount of material as we could from several decades ago. Yeah, the weapons these days are far more reliable than than those early ones..

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"tampere" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Wrote a last week i think it's going to be a disaster there's no there's no more polite way to save them national college football and basketball reporter for yahoo sports pete sama my guess p great to have you on really appreciate visit nicely done eight thank you jim great job pete well done i enjoyed that beat zamel covering college basketball and football for yahoos sports and i thought there was some interesting things that conversation to brass could fan it near my declared football playoff and put that assad woman it rask a found what do you make what he said i know that's not news you you know your program you know what it takes to get players you know where you have to go to get players you got your guy scott frost but he makes a valid point i think in gang scott frost for him to run the system that he wants to run and try and recruit players from his own backyard run that system that's probably not going to work so they changed carved to several years ago where do you go now to get players if you're the coach and obrastsova to run a system like that they got their guy it's a brilliant higher couldn't be happier for you or for him but i think that's a concern where to scott frost go to get the players that he needs to run that system arizona state fan what do you make that higher he just said quote it's a disaster and i would short the stock that it's not gonna work we will come right back one last segment and your last chance to get in and call us some hope and get a good atp between now and then right now tampere sports update let's get to it were late here it is rich ackerman take it away the sportswear jim this past week is likely been the giants lowest moment since joe passarge export mbl thirty nine years ago ownership at had enough firing both gm jerry recent head coach bend makah do today race was the gm for the last two super bowl championships but the team had losing seasons in for the last five years in this one was flawed with an offensive line that was terrible last year and.

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"tampere" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Or or the tampere with a with a doorlock yeah that might happen but it'll slowing down and i'm a guy who says if law enforcement asked me to help them do their job i'm usually gonna say all right what can i do how can i help you with a admittedly a difficult job that's what my approach would be it's not easy this this is an epidemic on a scale i think a lot of police departments haven't face in a long time and they're asking for the public's help and when i read a dozen police reports from communities across southeastern wisconsin and they all say in bold letters door was unlocked garage door was left unlocked if your argument is while they're gonna break in any way there why even have locks on your doors or all your car while they're gonna break in any way that's a specious argument the makes no sense you have locks took to at least throw up a line of defense against people that can easily steal your valuables easily get into your car and potentially like i said with a vehicle get into your garage or or maybe even your house let's go to karen on the northwest side you're on wtmj karyn good morning good morning agree with i agree with you one hundred percent at really then rethinking in our how i uh i watch my thing doubling even want to go to a gap or you could get you know her nicaragua catering ignition i'd co my dad now i picked a key doubt i lack the doors my personal never left on our army your feet and upon could we can back i go to the grocery type of aid yemen might be at night on my pocket if i pack my iron the driveway which i always do editing a black eye front doors black i even add working at a backyard nam home the front door acquire yeah i mean he can happen i think that perhaps they do but like if that make it a little bit more difficult for it are criminal who do their job slow down and he made a great point about that the thing with like when you go get gas i.

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"tampere" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To explain how we're going to pay for it that was republican senator rand paul of kentucky former president obama has been relatively quiet since president trump took office issuing only minutes seasonal statement or tweet but today he spoke out against intensifying efforts to repeal and we place his signature healthcare law and he unmistakably rebuked trump's remarks from yesterday at the un general assembly npr white house correspondent tampere keith reports for rock obama is still talking about hope and change by just about every measure america is better and the world is better than it was fifty years ago 30 years ago or even tenders the former president's spoke to dayton event focused on global health put on by the bill and melinda gates foundation the gates foundation is among npr's financial supporters and while obama argued for optimism and hard work over cynicism he was blunt about what he sees as out standing challenges economic inequality climate change terrorism extreme poverty girls denied education the rising nationalism and xenophobia and a paul politics that seoul's it's not we buds awesome politics the thrones to turn good people away from the town of collective action that has always rule the human progress in the trump era public statements by other leaders are often interpreted as rebukes if the president and that sure what it sounded like today as obama defended global organisation like the united nations number one you have to start with the promise and believe that multilateral institutions and efforts are important and you don't have to cede all your sovereignty or it doesn't make you less patriotic to believe that you just have to asked some sense and lee president trump used the word sovereign our sovereignty 21 times in his speech to the un general assembly yesterday arguing that the us had to put its own interests first obama also expressed frustration with the latest congressional effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act it is aggravating and all of this being done without any demonstrable economical actuarial or plain common sense rationale uh it's it is it frustrates and it's certainly frustrating to mobilise a recall of months too few our leaders from inflicting real human suffering on our constituents so it's pretty clear how obama feels temer keith npr news.

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"tampere" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A lot of credit to go out there and navy tampere at their own game and that's the thing do you talked about ronald jones i expect to jones to have a great campaign but this stephen clarke it is fabulous he is a great talent in a attract are coming out of high school as well but even mold of these great you at running back i think you have a brilliant career regardless of jump over to your alma mater now and again uh a sluggish game early on against uh we were saying we were sti played door good gave their quarterback can't will like the heck of a ball player that was a good solid game and it came down to a cow stopped lee srs to secure that win now they lose a great back in watson but the they find a guy lehrer that my goodness this guy a hundred ninety one yards three touchdowns and put who put the game away their with that that last scamper but rocks that kids guy game remarkably today and in perth could he gave it to them in a lacklustre performance they probably flip walked pruitt a little bit considering the big when they had the week before the road at north carolina and then you figure okay the green through weaver state get ready for to gain coming up with old man sun saturday night and then you at the next week though i expected a platform performance i think the game plan is pretty baylor because they thought they win the game so i it's hard to gauge but they were lucky we give them all they can handle and could never pull away until the very end and rocks i'm telling you pac 12 teams have to be leery about playing these teams from the big sky because these teams can flat out move the ball was found out two years in a row against portland state easter washington i mean even the opener for byu against portland state that's that's a good solid team and of course our buddy tom he would in his 24th your there with the vikings but those teams out of the big sky be do not allow to move the football most of them and then they do and when he threw a a great.

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"tampere" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The yankees take through it the way from the tampere ways that nathan five but questionable move by the manager in the bottom half of the eighth inning take adbel on that taxes you have the giants licking their wounds after what was a noshow of an offensive performance against the dallas cowboys they week bummer want as they get ready for matthew staff jim call well on the detroit lions on monday night football in week two and then you have the new york mets ellison there is not much to say about the mets in the final three weeks a year they are dead dale buried bail finished and quite frankly they are watchful there is not much to be excited about over the final three weeks this year but i was watching this game here on wednesday evening against the cubbies because they're affected matt harvey was on the man that i take back to matt harvey in two thousand fifteen shut down the cubs if you remember i'll hitching john less there in game one of the lcs which feels like honestly a lifetime ago and i know many meth fans for the exact same way it feels like aeons there go better swept this chicago cubs four consecutive games harvey yet again on wednesday awful against a good hitting cub team can't make it added a fourthinning three and a third seven heads five vern ron's four walks to strikeouts the more you see a matt harvey the more he resembles a guy who shouldn't even be starting games and a majorleague rotation that is how bad he has been yeah you want him the work the king sat yeah you want to try and salvage anything they have left in a guy going into what is going to be a make or break you for his career forget about him at uniform and his career in two thousand eight eight baht rv is taken up right where he left off and it's three starts since returning wanted to twelve era ten innings twenty hits fourteen are runs and only six check out this guy's a shelve himself i don't know how when he met fan could come on the.

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"tampere" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on KOMO

"Help them track the store in hurricane we can't really work from the bottom up it can be over the ocean but we you fly aircraft doorman we dirac instrument gave much like they added but care but we dropped on from about doorman we get profile people at the win in tampere care and pressure look like an armed an invaluable data that we have and yet even with all this information forecasting remains difficulty with today's generation of computers all of the data that we collect it hard for our computer than our weather model to really diagnose and then take it all landed men predict what can happen by it computer giant forward were using their it add to limit that can peter power and how much we can actually leaving some of the needed answers to the next generation computers and scientists brian calvert komo news the un says iran is fully complying with its nuclear deal these are your world headlines from abc news the general of the international atomic energy agency let new candidate dated commitments undertaken by aung uh being implemented despite the compliance the white house continues to mall upping the pressure on tehran isis militants have ambushed a police convoy in egypt's sinai peninsula killing at least eighteen officers in one of the deadliest attacks there this year a swiss railway operator says at least twenty seven people have been injured after a train engine crashed into its own passenger cars during a maneuver at a station in the alps and hundreds of thousands of people celebrating catalonia's national day in barcelona have shouted in unison independent it's many their water returned to self rule but seceding from the rest of spain i'm tom rivers abc news foreign desk abc london your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news from abc news wall street now another record high for the s p greens across the board on wall street the dow closed up to fifty nine the sp up twenty six in the nasdaq up seventy two nordstrom says it's.

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"tampere" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Overnight and is heading towards tampere one resident of naples robert smith moved in land to a relative's house and describe what was happening there is flooding outside cruiser down uh water is coming up to the door right now i think we're gonna start experience ah what they're calling the storm surge but were hanging there were hanging on that miami was spared the full wrath of the storm as it turned westwards but still fell the impact of its outer bands the center of the city has been flooded and a number of building cranes have been brought down the brexit secretary david davis is warned mps the voting against the european union withdrew bill would amount to backing a chaotic exit from the eu mr davis said the british people did not vote for confusion in last year's referendum and parliament should respect that when it debates the bill later today the commons will vote shortly after midnight spurt labour has already said it will oppose the bill here's all political correspondent thicky young latest says this bill gives ministers too much power to alter laws without parliamentary scrutiny but the government insists this is mainly technical exercise to incorporate eu law onto the uk statute book so there's no legal uncertainty on the day britain leads the eu in march 2019 some conservatives have voiced concerns one described the bill as an astonishing monstrosity but this little sign that they'll defy to resume this time preferring to wait until the detailed consideration if the bill next month the tuc general secretary francis o'grady has described the government's the goes hitting position on brexit as a letter to santer saying the prime minister once the benefits of the single market while ignoring its rules in her speech to the tuc congress in brighton today to urged political parties to consider staying in the single market after britain leaves the eu research suggests there is huge variations in access to consultant psychiatrist to cross the uk a study by the royal college of psychiatrists found that scotland has 10 for every hundred thousand people or wales has six england the northern ireland have eight with wide disparities within england the well government says there's a commitment to improve access the cassini space probe is preparing to make the final maneuver which thirty near mission before it's destroyed in the gases of saturn later this week the.

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"tampere" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Uh i think he's got his hand in the tampere saying uh i mean i live in oklahoma where we have poor nails but a tornado is different barrel hurricane or hurricane terrifies lee i live tornadoes like there's the afternoon tea no big deal you watch it you see if it's coming towards uh if it if you are at the corner is you take precautions but a hurricane like i please irwa was said it's over a 150 miles what in a diner or correct it's huge there's no way to avoid it right and it's it's immeasurable they have it had something this large like like you are tough tone him win is a point of it's enough it it it's two impactful to become the niable brent i appreciate your call let me get one more if i may from florida where the no something all of course about storms anna's calling from auburndale and a you're on the air how are you okay what are you know anna kim wow i have not been bad in 1989 high with the fire for jc penney in san juan puerto rico and i lived in a condominium right across from in the international airport i lived in hugo in my apartment at let me tell you it was a category for any pain with with such they should and that they don't understand the people that aren't talking at all its thorne i decided to let it happen let me tell you something went on matheson biggest coming over an island got measured a hundred by thirty five you get on your knees and you ask god for forgiveness because this is bad and people are like all i can get on karn go one in puerto rico can get in a klein co.

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"tampere" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of high school year of of scholarship muddy devoted to the vision one athlete just came up with an last couple of months him i want to say at the time had baseball was two point three percent of of kids who play varsity baseball get scholarship muddy deviation won an incredible right around her we because there's bigger a astor's here ruin fencing was the highest antennas was pretty i'd say right so going to do that and be good at it all right listen we all know magic is pretty much good everything except tv a magic was not could ease good on tv being interviewed easily chuck looks like magic what's going on he's a mazy right when magic is in the studio talking about a game mathematics boring a s p and brought it back twice i'm like listen he's not going to bring them back uh but he is going to construct a powerhouse out there well there's no doubt he's gonna make the lakers back into the lakers and the question is as he is at the centre of an nba probe into the paul george alleged 'importing incident let let scientists in practical terms so let's actually asked the question in practical terms yet in in modern business who doesn't tampere will hood not especially admotted basketball disney agreed at this it just happened jeff forget the put a feeler out you have to say oh you really interested in moving jobs orange aging where you're at ukraine usually get out of your contractor the of course of course she tampere and then there's always that non compete than most businesses that come up basketball there's though not compete because it's basically a group of billionaire owners the hall and a couple together to put on a product with they make billions of dollars but is it should be beacons cern about magic johnson's tampering of course not because the real we've seen this for years with with players tampering with one another right and even if they're not health to be fair there are not the same standard but when a player has lots of little ones over management as some of these by multi multi 100milliondollar players you celic at a tough in iowa often you'll like mobile dial by mall as the pin a the ball garrido over here launching into is joe piscopo emma funny that was that was it actually but that of others.

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"tampere" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on WCHS

"About lung cancer screaming we bring your more of a conversation in iraq robber would never had green all that has been proven live along tampere belmar now and that one of the reasons why lung cancer is so badly and the apple green all about seventy percent of patients will present with late they either to role that had already brad beyond along which is treatable but not terrible green over high risk population where able to detect lung cancer about have any head of the time early days when it highly terrible there were really got a hold the faith of on cancer through creating an early detection and the saved by the bad i will have lent have raised awareness among those everyone but particularly want to raise nine million higher who are in the united arab criteria are based on hold and tobacco you so people between old at five and whole and who have a thirty pack here had 3 of tobacco you they currently global quit within the path who where at a west virginia you have a particularly high rate of ever well while birth needle people who have smoked at one time in their life or who currently throughout your rate about fifty percent birth if the national average would have about forty percent of the lungs are vat a comparative law nod to all that when we detect them early they're really they're like built less than a 5 of a dime what we did hector greening but any the screening they grow who from time a baseball or football by or they brad pitt lymph nodes or they spread the part that the body but just the bone liver or brain at that time we have great bend but our treatment activeness is really not all that grade that five year overall survival for patients who have late date one kanther is less than 1 percent though we really want to diagnose the disease when we can do something about it for more on if you are considered at high risk for lung cancer and should get a lung cancer screening dr mckee recommends talking with your physician gene on the morning news this go the sports this now and gert koa news handling duties there good morning europe good morning chris mountaineer football safety trayvon ask you henry says zoos ready to go after sitting out all of last year with that torn eco debbie at a lot.

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"tampere" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Replacing the alarm on your phone with a british guy garg ling eggc oakes ugh every time or only being able that take baths in tubs full of lukewarm cinnamon role claes again this cinnamon role glazed ajay hinges these infection way napping true do british people gargo with an accent i bet they do let it just sounds different like there's an oau in it what would that now might can i ask can you like give me like an elitist hall all i did it actually really well i about was decidedly british though it was like a british thing i bet at ready here british person guard speak i think of studied yeah you're in a fair share of british gentleman gurgling oh no what are you have again cinnamon roles you tweeted okay have felt at tampere nightly he'll tim alpha fifteen you tweeted can we start a support group for people who hates cinnamon role uhhuh you can either go into hiding plan on it already ak picked out because people have released on feelings okay so this is a twoparty answer number wind my stomach does does not enjoy cinnamon also the just is not that good that much sentiments tinned to tastes like soap to me and i'm just like why are people one craziest in in as long as line at the mall to get bread ruined with too much sentiment well your arm tourist said price said i think you guys fun of me you would have him don't remember this winter you're live show that i was a guest on who because i tweeted that my mother oh i set the butter back at a restaurant because it had a bye cuts by swiss and maple so that's where i come friday and i like him i don't get it like if mielke neither labels do much been ten pounds of cinnamon is fine make any sense a dozen well he's he's now that you're right.

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"tampere" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on WTMA

"The year in the appalachian league east division we talked to the good numbers from a great adding from brian keller and then kyle holder helps the tampere yankees rally they lead it forty two of final tour it goes down as from steinbrenner field as the yankees abreu to forty six and forty in the forest stately vacant forty eight in forty and they will try to cut away at adept shift to the fourth police team they were heading into the night in the fourth estate league north secondhalf standings aa trenton still underway there it's seven to five in a game from hartford at dunkin' donuts barkhor hey matteo the yankees number three prospect his third aa home run of the season and at one and instransigent does hang on to win six one at buffalo is they win the opener of the second half of the season for the yankees international league affiliate year tonight no major league action to give you from it tonight it'll get started tomorrow in the second half of the season the yankees will get underway in boston taken on their arch rivals and trying to chip away at their deficit in the least drew pomeranz who over the red sox the yankees starter is to be announced so that's it for us dogs post game show our next rod cast will be tomorrow the finale this series coming your way friday night 705 roaming will see dogs will send right pressure peres each five and three with a three point zero three era though fleece the right hander western davis a change up in the rotation he's oh into with a five seven three your rate on of the season peres has been dominant he has a sub two era i believe it's one nine eight in his last eleven starts absolutely dominant the right hander and big tall guy of dominican republic is going to be on the mound for charleston so always a reason to tune in will have it for you going at the time half of the.

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"tampere" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven seven donnelly one eight seven seven deal c d a l i consider it i'm a overly jetlagged i'm still on london time and i just had some polled chinese food as leftovers for breakfast i think they've got a pretty good show planned okay let's boys diet on even know where to start let me just gotta give you a brief rundown of what we're talking about that a lot of us have insomnia now i can tell you how i just can't sleep my body thinks supposed to be nighttime now daytime you go to europe for days you're really messed up but there's saying folks insomnia are much more likely to be at risk for alzheimer's we also are being told that gonorrhea uh especially the super gonorrhea might be causing at this huge spike in cases or the reason why we leave this thing this he spike in super gonorrhea cases is because of spread by oral sex and it's very interesting gene how they have discovered how the that syria is able to take advantage of antibiotics hitting the throats we'll talk about that pretty interesting staff what are we talking about the opioid epidemic it's not going away anytime soon and drug makers for what we're finding out of this new lawsuit they knew that tampere resistant painkillers could the abused now you know this opioid crisis is not all people abusing it you have many people out there and pay pain but it doesn't help on the tampere resistant packaging doesn't work going to talk about that we have cancer deaths that are higher in rural america according to the cdc why is that ideas ideas are one of my favorite foods they really disrupt my irritable bowel but i level i love them never cry i have never made me cry but for half the population they tear rock only cut a gives scientists figured out why that happens and i'm gonna tell you see things that i really you know there's still gonna have the gop healthcare you know we talk about them all the time i really care about onions that another i really really care about is.

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"tampere" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"tampere" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Northants competitor is tampere yellow former congressman i he debra forty four percent of the vote to northants fifty five percent with anything about that result that shock to our prior to that in autumn one for hanoi i'm not the privately one he had been running for governor for a long time he had a lot of structural party evangelist behind him and i he had he is written and hamanaka opera just deeper them harry yellow and for reading a democrat primary voters that that matter so one thing that i think every one reason this race leaving a masol tension beyond affected absurd flynn the murky or the first races under the trump presidency it's just that it very quickly became a referendum on trump within the democratic primary can of electorate who is more vigorously anti trump and from my perspective it seems like parillo is the one who and entering the race brought this to the fore in north them quickly kebbi beat him up and then called at one point him called trump and narcissistic maniac was maniac howard yes it may but how much i wanted to ask how much you think trump sentiment factored into people's decision making and do you think that you're looking forward to november do you think the fed antitrumps at a whatever antitrumps independence there do you think it will i'm have an influence and i think i think the i compliment definitely fuel turn out i have nothing else both pair yellow and north i'm were very stridently anti trumpers all they as they should have been but democrat turn out and the governor's race with another really shocking factory was extremely i i've asked him under the math and if virginia had this sort of uh top q primary system that california have.

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