11 Burst results for "Thirty Nine Months"
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"I had the baby this year. I was gonna say carolina. That's that's my my sister jessica. My brother-in-law adams daughter caroline. She's nine months now. She's growing so fast. That the thing that i bought her. Lost the baby. Bankroll bonanza last year. You defeated me. And i bought her this minnie mouse situation for her plan. And when i was over the summer i was a little bit. She'd already outgrown. It can even sit in there anymore so we might have to weaken either by caroline. Something new or we could get something for arthur. They're both babies. I'm comfortable either way. Yeah so the winner receives the gift from the loser and my new puppy. Get the gift if i win again. And then obviously to buy gifts for another gift because their toddler. It's all the same right their babies. They're still babies. Carolina will be what fourteen months old sunday or thirteen and a half months. I think we can still call her baby. I wonder how long will will call her by her. How how many months old. She is going to be like She's thirty nine months old or will we stop it at some point. I hope we stop it at some point. Yeah that'd be interesting arthur. Almost five months old and a few days. The little guy be five months months. When you're talking about five mursal. Yeah very fair fair. All right bud. Well we're gonna ten grand bankroll and we have some options. Here are you. Why don't i give you the honors here to step up to the tee box. I'm gonna take. I'm gonna take the last plus six on cleveland left Cleveland left the south point or to south point. Kansas city minus six. I'll take cleveland plus six for eleven. Hundred thousand seems short money. Come in on the browns during this show as we were recording it. I already kind of liked that side. Because i think the browns just so loaded on both sides of the ball and like you mentioned. Kansas city really wasn't good at covering the point spread last year. So gimme cleveland. Plus six for eleven hundred win a thousand. And that's it for me this week. I don't know. I don't plan on having a lot of i got to figure out what i'm gonna do in survivor. Kinda get nervous about this. But i'll figure something out. I should ask you. What are you plans to. You asked me. I don't know man. I mean i i was thinking about the rams. He made some good points about he made some good points about the forty niners. I don't really want to cash in tonight but if you look at the bucks schedule that they've got a lot of tough games after this one It might not be the worst time to use them. Because i just looking at their schedule you may not want to use them again until week. Seventeen when they play the new york jets because they've got they've got a lot of tough games coming up. They're the giants at home in november. They had the falcon next week. Giants at home. You're right i. I don't think i'd want to use them against the falcons. Because i think next week. The next week there's like a slam dunk game. I think it's houston at cleveland if i remember that correctly. So you're probably gonna wanna use cleveland next week. I wouldn't use that game against the atlanta but monday november twenty seconds they host the giants and certainly they will be in play. That all right good stuff. I'm going to grab some meat. Eight and a half and a teaser. Their summating apps out there. Tonight i'm gonna use tampa in a teaser. Take it to the niners. Just classic square teaser. Play i don't care. I think that little of detroit and take san fran down to one and a half. I'll do that for a dime. And then i'm gonna go three k. On the rams. We're gonna play this one back. But i i'm laying seven and a half for now the sunday night game. I think i'm going to play some back in game and tried to go for middle right out of the gates marine create. A whole saying there's anything square about playing teasers through three and seven in the nfl and it's exactly why we have such juice on teasers here because there's nothing square about that you've got you've got a relatively low total in the san francisco game tie total in the tampa bay game but that numbers drifted up so getting that two and a half for the first leg teaser. That games closing nine and half ten everywhere. Pretty good values. Well so. I don't know there's anything about it at all. And you guys jacked up the juice. Not because you were losing all the teasers. Let's just put it that way back in the day when i was in we add some. We had some. Lean years on teasers. I don't wanna say losing. But not when he was much as we showed him. Okay so i like me some teasers. And i think those are the right teams to do it all right. My friend.
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Throat as the circle had just throw stuff. They weren't supposed to move people. Were going with that so chrissy times infinity. I just do you know where your kids are. The question is why china keeps their kids off the of the electron right here. I would rather have these kids playing games trying video throwing suitcase in the air and get clogged ladder. And that one kid. When the latter was during the one kid moved gutless. The words of dr ian malcolm from the documentary jurassic park life Finds a way scientists. Say a rare shirk virgin birth. Maybe the first of its kind after a baby shaq was born in an all female tank. Why is that talion aquarium. They'd be smooth hound shark named Is ispra which means a hope in sardinian was born at the aquarium. In sardinia italy Its mother has spent ten years living in a tank with one other female scientists suspect. The newborn could be the first documented case of the shark. Parthenon parthenogenesis what was that parthenogenesis species so the parthenogenesis it's a rare phenomenon where an egg develops into an embryo without being fertilized by sperm. The process has been observed in more than eighty vertebrate species according to live science including sharks fish and didn't joel visit fifteen species of sharks and rays are known to do this hoarding to the director of sharks and rays broker at the mote marine laboratory in florida. The response can also be triggered in captive sharks who are separated from males for long periods of time so we'll see marine biologist at the aquarium have said dna samples to the laboratory to confirm that this was born through parthenogenesis but We'll find out if maybe the female was sneaking out of the big tank at night for or the research business. Yeah let me over. Come on come on. Of course there was a male shark in there at some point. I don't believe it. What about the parthenogenesis. In you know genesis by the way if you wanna see all these crazy videos that chevy's been referring to at four. Pm eastern had to youtube dot com slash pat gray and you will see them for yourself speaking of life finding away sixty eight year old mexican dancer actress. Lynn may still claiming she's pregnant. She announced that she was expecting a baby musician. Marcus d. one. Oh and i mean who's thirty one by the way. And i didn't have sixty eight i don't have to tell you that Go st one is the los angeles based recording artist. Now of course not with his unique brand of op. Music acute business savvy fashion model and successful beauty industry entrepreneur. We don't play business links. He seemed surprised that After what he called a drunken one night stand that this could happen. But i mean apparently had barely it happened but then he went on to say that they have a special relationship but not a relationship. Oh alrighty then and she has now announced that she's three months pregnant and he is According to her very happy that he was going and she posted the baby scan. be with. it's a boy on the post so it has to be true right. Yeah yeah lie about something like that. She'll be ninety three when the kid graduates college six years of age. It should be fun for Lynn may if it's true. We'll see it's actually. I know one or my second math ninety four if she sixty eight now in eighteen years. I said college i was. I was trying to get into the nineties so the eighteen minute together along with the twenty two minutes. Ads got thirty nine months right up. Perfect since we're talking about things. You don't see every day in marshfield wisconsin at a mcdonald's drive-thru jessica nelson videoed what she couldn't believe and she.
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Hotline League
"With with vehicle and that started the whole like. Don't give close your vehicle. Thing was actually at the playoffs. Like yeah as closer set himself in jewish at usual closer game play. I didn't think it was. I mean he. I made the case on the dive last week even before the series that he has a case for being the most dominant player in playoffs at the time of any position. So when he when he hawks out it's not a surprise. I don't think it was an over performance at all. Okay freeze China unleashed you on the caller. Okay so this your cook credit to you on your one. Ten flew quinn what what what. What got us exactly so. Let me start with this right. So as i i don't really watch Social media i only have the most the most abuse once when the players are talking about it So there's a is everyone's talking about you know that the c nine l. is going to be the final and we'll talking about you know e. g. Espn and deal mercy. Nine can't worlds So everyone was kind of like under saying that we're bat which To some extent. I would agree with that before. The playoffs were definitely on the way down. We're on the slump And others use for looking better but the doesn't mean than if for that bad in the regular season and then we fucking destroy every single team. We play on our way up and you could see the progress for We have five games. The games would be closing. Wouldn't be looking good than you would. Let me play c. Nine and the games will be looking much better but still not clean and then we would play tail and the Te'o games will be fucking gustov. Doesn't that just means that. Were better team better. Players were improving when everyone else's snow improving and we're stepping up and playing. Well when everyone else is fucking choking that just means we're better players were better. We're better players. Were better team it. When it when it matters fucking stepped up we talking destroyed everyone so everyone shut the fuck up you fuck. You could have done it to with it. You didn't were defending champions. You are not so now shut the fuck up and let us enjoy the fucking trophy. We worked our eyes off. everyone maldini. He say everyone so. I believe that includes you is there. Is there any follow ups to of of what you were saying. I respect i respect I think we'll when i was making the take. I wanted to draw the line at lower bracket finals. So hundred thieves and see nine then hundred. Ntl so i wanted to compare the play before. Then the play after Because hundred thieves versus each year was like a completely different look than hundred verses the l. in the finals. So that's really where. I saw like hundred thieves compared to how they play versus. Eg really over performed An n. t. o. Really underperformed compared to how they did Against hundred years the first time and against a tsn nc nine gotcha. So you're sort of saying like if you look at the playoffs in general you you don't in your mind you don't perceive it necessarily is an correct me from as hundred t like growing over the course of the the playoffs in these other guys slumping you. You mean like this. It was it was kind of random that like hundred. He was able to peek at the time that they did and that. Tlc nine slumped at the time that they did. That's kind of what. I'm picking up sort of so. I don't think it was completely random. I think that they did deftly with every series they play. Got better in that showed. I think that when you going into finals weekend which was that was what that was. Just see nine hundred thieves and Hundred thieves seattle. I think the weeks before they were looking Completely different to how they looked finals weekend. And that's that's Really read draw the distinction. Well either way. Thank you caller. and sorry. sorry that. I didn't get your argument out a little bit earlier i I wanted to run interference quickly before everyone got you and perhaps ceuta giving you a little bit more space for your take. Is there anything you wanna shout out. Before we take a quick break shadow alien worse shadow game fuel. the show would be possible without them Actually i do want to shout out closer that leeson play on tactical was insane So mad respect for that one. Good thank you maldini for the call and we'll catch you next time all right. Thank you all right. We're gonna take a quick break to talk about alienware and there's a new cool thing that i gotta let you guys know about if you had over two alien we're dot com travis up at the top you're going to see join. The ailing were games. would you can. You can check out from august twenty seventh to october seventh. They finals october twenty third. 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The best cliches and crimson clement. Cla mattis xanthos either way. Thank you everyone for. Subbing is grabbing the next caller right now and he will be back momentarily with individual and here. It is dink. Jesus here dank. Jesus where you calling from going gonna turn attorney up. What's that going froma of a reported on one more time. Sorry you're f you a little closer microphone. You're kind of quiet for me. Co caller muted himself. His back caller. What where are you from. Oh you're cutting in and out. I think Well let's see if we can give us. Okay yeah you sound better now. where are you calling. Fr- yeah. I'm going from a portable. Okay what do you wanna talk about on the show. We'll might take. Is that the three teams that any sending or the three best teams that any will ever sent has ever since so far they still won't make it out of groups probably not hear me out. I think the biggest problem for any right now is that.
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"And i said can you send me a couple of warrants or maybe some senior is that it would like to come on out here and help shape the community for the next couple of years so We had some of the grew senior. Listed guys come out and So one of the guys showed up officer Was a dear friend of mine And we were one of the final days of hell week and the kids are in the demo. Pit and kids are demo. Pit was setting off explosives around them And these kids are still singing. Now this is probably thursday. Or so i kind of forget And they've already lost about one hundred people in the class so these kids aren't going to quit but they are. They are beat up and the instructors are doing their thing and i mean he just arrived at the command i said. Hey danny would down. You wanna come with me down to the demo pit and watch says sure like to come along so you know i'm just doing there. I got the master chief. And i'm getting. I'm not interfere it. I'm watching and i look at this guy who is a deaf grew one officer and he's got tears in his eyes this anything all the way back Who said danny pudgy feel about that. I forgot says. I forgot what it was like. I forgot should i for a little while. I was there and he said it. So yes it's the same And you know master chief defense key who was streets streetwise Force master chief and He really sucked our instructors. So now we all go through training and as we look back on it in the review mirror were faster. Smarter stronger better. And so he's to the master chief in charge of all of the instructors At at at buds training and constantly complaining to the mass achieve about the quality of the individuals. Not making this. And if they don't do this they should be able to contribute so too fell ski really smart guy on a friday afternoon. We have one big classroom. It probably seats about one hundred. So he's got all the instructors In their made everybody calm who was mandatory. And he's got the chalkboard up. There sent all right first-phase phase. What is the minimum standard. That you need to have for the floyd for the four mile run and swim the o- course and second-phase third face and everyone wants everything to be. You gotta do better faster stronger. So so he he really wants them so he said let me understand this now. He said go talk to the captain. And we're going to change. This says so. I want to make sure that everybody agrees if you can't do this first phase if you can't do that at second face if you can't do that third face you should never be a seal. Is that correct right mischief. That right well gentlemen. He's just happens. I everyone of your trading records here. And what i'm gonna do is i'm going to give each and every one of you your training record that i'm going to walk out of the room once you finish looking at it and you see what you did. Just put it back in the box. And i'll see you monday because it was true. They you know it's humbling to go back and look at your own record and see what the instructor said about you. Okay historically we still have the same. We've got we've got the we've got every single record from day one On so as a matter of fact. When i was there i tried to burn down the the route and. When did you leave buds. What's that when did you. Would you done at buds as the commander. Well i was. I was real for thirty nine months. Which is a really good in the it was Just a fantastic. Our tour not one. That i wanted to do because i was going to go someplace else in virginia. Beach and We had trouble with our attrition rate. And getting folks through. So i got Change from Going out to virginia beach to to the center but it turned out to be The probably the most rewarding story of had to have people like marcus. The trial go through training and You know remembered marcus Because not many students break their femur And training and So you know. It's not a good time when you know the the senior instructors and the doctor the master chief come to talk to you about All right He broke his what he broke. His femur How stress fracture bs. Right so i mean we went through it. I'm twitter stuff. So what happened. Was i mean. And they were covered for him and he did break his femur. So marcus if you're listening to your instructors and if any of you think that you could beat me of course. Marcus raises his in. This is the obstacle course. So we have. It's all technique and now you dealing with a seal that's been doing this obstacle course for years and Now marcus was good. But you've got a guy who these guys are like pixies going over there. Aren't they see you. Climb to the top of the cargo net. Was that about thirty feet chocolate and throw yourself over and but you do it in a technique that then you drop down a little bit and you could grab onto the rope and at work way down. So marcus got there. He knows this technique and he threw himself over. The only problem was He didn't grab it and he went down to thirty feet and hit an broke his femur. So i'm going to his credit though when out got roll back and came back. But i mean that's a good old boy there but they lied to be as teammates should do because because they didn't want the instructor in trouble and and i bought it. unfortunately it wasn't until later on that. actually. Marcus told me this a bit. He's the one that came clean. Epic must be like the the the glimpse that you get it human psychology. When you're because. I never worked at bud. You know went through it but.
"thirty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Welcome welcome where do you guys live. Indianapolis will welcome to nashville all here to do a debt. Free scream sir. How much have you paid off. Ninety seven thousand. Three sixty two. I like it dangerously. Close one hundred thousand and long. Did this take you thirty nine months. Okay good and your range of income during the three years. Fifty thousand dollars up to about one hundred twenty. Whoa some i get a job few of them. Yeah okay so. I mean it's possible increase in three years like you Over doubled your income. We we we needed to. Yeah we did so We had At the time. I got an a. new full-time job. And then just kind of worked my way up through some promotions and then at the same time we knew we needed more money so i started a side hustle in a handyman business and and that just really took off over about three years. Wow and broke. You're a full single mom fulltime singapore because he works all the time. But now you're fulltime mom yes and then About a year ago. I started working at my kid's preschool. Oh that's cool okay. Very good what kind of debt was the ninety seven thousand mostly student loan. There's about ten grand that was vehicle and medical most of it probably an eighty. Five eighty was about stallone. Yeah what do you do for a living man. I'm a director of operations at a medical instrument company. Okay very good good for you. Gosh thank you. So what made you decide to do this thirty nine months ago. How long you been married. Seventeen years okay. So good thank you so for so after. Fourteen years of marriage approximately thirteen years of marriage. You look up and went something to change what happened so in two thousand nine two thousand ten we. We actually went through financial peace university and at that point we really committed to not get further into debt. But we had a real income issue hasn't ministry at the time and and we didn't have a lot of money coming in and we weren't gazelle intense on that front so we really live within. Our means and brooke was incredible with. Just you know the budget and keeping things tied at the home and all that stuff but We transition down in ministry about two thousand sixteen. We knew that There was a vision got had for our lives but that can be a part of it says when we got really serious and just put the put our money. Where math was the so to speak and you found out. You can't save your way out of debt. Exactly exactly yeah. You have to live on less than you make again doesn't work otherwise you tried the other direction. I did very cool. Who had that first conversation with. Jeez probably with me. I think. I think i didn't realize how stressful that looming debt was In our marriage and over my wife and so Finally i figured it out through a lot of conversation and realize that we need to do something and So we got serious like you said that i finally figured it out after she told you one hundred twenty times exactly. Yeah so so brooke. What did you say because people call all the time and they go get my wife's on board. How do i get my husband. How did you get your husband on board Harassing him. No just just telling him. It was a concern and you know asking what what can we do. And yeah because i was very stressed out about it. A lot so Yeah just having a lot of conversations about it so you heard him say and if i put words in your mouth you correct me. It's okay. I will but i think i heard him say i love my wife and i didn't know how much she was carrying how much weight she was carrying by herself. And once i understood that was ready to go absolutely absolutely. That's what i heard. Thank you a lot of these guys lot these guys and gals that are not on board. They don't know what it's doing to the other one how much stress their carry on. And if they ever knew they would stop they. Let's fix it then. 'cause i don't i don't want my wife to be miserable right but as long as as long as i can continue to get away with what i'm getting away with it. Okay though i think the conversation was really more of a How what do we need to sacrifice that. Do this and not only with spending. Because like i said we really weren't spending living within our means but it was okay. There's going to be a lot of time sacrifices and other things that we both have to be on board with and like you said. It's kind of being a single mom for a while as i was working ninety hours a week after week. Sometimes you know to try to get that under control. Yeah was it worth it absolutely absolutely. What do you tell people the key to getting out of debt. Ninety seven thousand thirty nine munches impressive. Stay with it you know. I think we would listen all the time to the ramsey show and we encouraged there also times when you hear people that were. Hey we were. You know. Two hundred thousand dollars in debt and six months later repaid at all and we're just like man you got to be kidding me right you know so i think though that that was also encouraging to. And if if they could do it we knew we could and having brooke as my partner was incredible because i think there are days when i didn't wanna keep going and she did and she don't want keep you on. I did i think just being and having that unity and that shared vision was the key. So there's a rumor that if you have one two three four kids and you try to do this And you can't give a million dollars birthday parties they die right or have the fanciest of all new. Everything's that just won't make it. And i see four beautiful new family tree branches. He's at true or not true They survived tell about. It seemed to be breathing. Just fine exactly. Yeah yeah i think you know for us the live like no one else so you can live like no one else we were. We were doing hundred dollar camping vacations over the last two years and all those kind of things and we just got back from colorado when our big debt free vacation last week so they're tired still from that but but it's it's awesome to be on the other side of that like no one else later. Vacate like is it. Yeah i love it very good for you guys. Thank you so proud of you. Thank you thank you for what you got what you do. Well you guys are the your why we're here and you you. You just did an amazing thing. So i don't want you folks out there listening to miss this. They they look so like together and so calm and so peaceful and all that but this guy's been working eighty ninety hours for three years. Yeah look she's got four. Kids who exhausted marathoner just collapsed after the finish line. They did it. What what they gave up in order to get freedom for the next. Several decades was was time effort money and it's hard both of them. That's exactly right. They paid a price here to win. There's a hustle and grind here exponential level because ninety seven thousand. Three years. making this kind of money. Oh and by the way in the process of doing that very intentionally on the day job and on the side job did things to make more money Got a bigger shovel. Got more shovels very intentional here. So these things do not you. Don't you can wander that you cannot wander wonder out right and you guys you. My point is that. I'm wondering how intentional you were. You squeezed every penny. Once it got home and you kept bringing more and more and more home and that the differential that margin is what got you out of debt nine hundred seven thousand thirty months just power and there's four little kids out there that are not gonna carry around those bricks because of the thrash. I'll put in good for you all right. Let's bring them up. What are their names and ages are in on the scream. Here work is twelve. Tinley is almost ten Paisley is almost eight and kindle just turned six all right. We'll happy birthday kindle. Good stuff fun stuff all right and they've been practicing all the way from indianapolis if turn your turn up your radio turn up your podcast device right now just a little bit..
"thirty nine months" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Will like who goes streaking anymore. I've definitely like gone skinny giving me and my friends have all jumped in my pool. Naked holding hands. And we'd like. I like have been at parties with my friends and like accidentally jona ruin my non existent boobs like it's i don't know i'm i'm i'm like my friends know me as the person that's always naked. So is that your policy. A news given when a dating situation are like if i feel exhibiting what i will but don't fucking ask for one also like yeah. One time when. I was in high school. Accidentally posted an asthma gomez story that i meant to send k. Fifteen child porn. Wow ooh so we learned from la that you should watermark your nudes. And that's maybe the greatest thing i learned mark. She watermarks for so she'll like take nude like i'm feeling good. I'm sentencing my guy and show put his name in a watermark alison. No who so like if it ever gets out fucking knows who did it in like can genius inside no no. I accidentally posted it on my snow. It was smiling goddamn fall. Never she said that i i. It's the greatest smartest thing ever. And i'm sure there's like an app just like a watermark out just put like gets a any any context on those like chad you did. This sounds olivia. Thanks so much for comment so much fun. Obviously a lot of people know where they can find you on social but for those who don't where can they follow you. All the things social your music. Where can they listen. Obviously spotify things like that. Yeah music i think is pretty much everything you can listen to music on All my socials are just might instagram's libby. O'brien twitter is libya g. O'brien and my talk is also luigia ryan. I think if you just look on my name should come up mazing music. I don't know if you have if you haven't heard to check it out. I it's really it's really good. I don't bullshit people. It's your very talented musician. And i hope to see more of your music out there. Ins- is you beat more guys and situations that you think I would like let me know. And all maybe signed me up. So i can write some songs. I'm lacking inspiration right now anyone. What's your your professional drinker. Okay cool but when you meet them and then you've done writing songs you can come to me like an ethnic episode and you'd be like this is what happened and i'll be like don't worry about explain why you should just get over it and okay great and then we'll be like a team. Thanks so much really appreciate it. Thanks guys for listening. Don't forget to send your questions that ask nick. Cast media dot com cast with a k. for ethnic episodes and we will see you back on monday. Thanks hey jeremy piven here. I've been in your living rooms for years. No weird way on the tv in movies. Like old school serendipity rush hour two electric lube and of course our in. Maybe you've seen it. Maybe you've been living in a cave in kabul. I don't know. I am so excited about podcast. I can't even tell you the idea that there are no rules. You can say whatever you want. count me in. It's called how you live in j. I get to interview my friends. Like the great jamie foxx who drops. The glove says whatever he wants even when ray came along and oscar right. i didn't keep the oscar. My house i gave it to my management. I take issue is a different kind of power like i started talking in english accent. When ray was thing i get to interview people that i'm fascinated by like the great mark. Cuban so when is mark human going to be president. You know it's not my dream job man. I'd rather have another eight episodes of entourage authorized to have real relationships with these people. Like my guy common. I do with you man. Smoking aces and that was one of the best experiences i've had. I saw you on stage at the house of blues. And i immediately called up. Joe carnahan the director. I said joe we found our dude man. Thank you brother thank you. Listen thank you now. Now gimme job. Get to sit with the incredible. Tiffany haddish mama. China's a house like everybody can come inside your house. Don't throw house parties. My grandma taught me how to value myself as a one. And there's been thirty nine months in my house. Boom never know what's going to happen. And that's what i love about this tire form. Nothing is off the table right. Let's flip some tables j. vivid new episodes dropping every wednesday on apple spotify. Or wherever. You your podcast be sure to rate review or subscribe. It really helps us. You could also watch us on youtube. Just search how you live. J. pippen that's giving..
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Hotline League
"Gave and really great late or people are just picking cops that are just like going in different directions. So i'm kind of curious. You guys are both you know far more knowledgeable on the stuff that i am. What is what is happening. coin flip. I don't know. is it happening. Lorrimore am i am i. I just noticing it like the blue car syndrome or is it just does it as it actually feel like. It's happening a lot more these days. The split hands on what teams as well. I think e g in particular have a good team to watch. We'll one before. They went on their win streak. I feel like it was happening. Zoology a lot to right. Where the oughta games were like. They were winning ton. And then they just lose immortals. Had this like and so when you're seeing it so frequently We just to my is. It feels like it's very common In the lcs. right now. and i don't know i don't know if that's just the state of the game. The only thing. I can see about it being a state of the game thing. Is that in a lot of games where becomes volatile in the late game. Usually one team won the early game and they'll have like three or four drake's usually like on seoul point or something that they'll get soul and then you get like really wonky one team is like not gonna wanna take those traits that you hitting these weird trade situations which can lead into bases and stuff. That's the only thing i can possibly think of. But we've had drake soul and stuff for awhile. I think it's just aberrations you know i don't know why why they would be anything in the meta. That's like yeah we'll because they had zigzag they had to back door and make it fucking wild for tsn. I don't know yeah. Well i guess we will see All right well without further ado mark has already pulled a ton of collars so we don't need to do the spiel but it is a call in show. This is your first time here and You can join our discord. If you'd like to to be able to put a question in the future and there if you are sub make sure you you sink your twitch chat or your twitter account with your discord so you can get access. The sub topics channel Yeah all right we're gonna go grab bars for store aren't Thank you to bob. Sixty nine for the job corps user twitch for gifting to subs shampoo for two years core user twitch for the sub For six months wick helm. A red rain filed fourteen pluto. Some four four three thirty nine months holy-moly christian kaelin t punishes two four seven Canot clock country with all these gifted subs. Oh my gosh ten. One one up. One to papa smith he trillion The slather puss. And i think we're all kind of thank you guys for the the subs. I appreciate realme. Do you have a favorite restaurant and ailing restaurant Processes is pretty good. I've been once pasta sister. We'd like that even restaurant and you unique restaurant that you've been to once. I didn't like i've eight. There is in order it. I'm like oh well. It's actually a little better when you can go out and eat pasta sisters sick. It's your boy juicy. Look the show where you calling from. I'm calling from. I think. I said before glendale california glendale california. I mean i. Don't i ask every time. Sometimes people move you know. There's a doc Kubik caller's name and location memorize everybody. But it's your boy Thank you for calling back to the show. What do you want to talk about this time. i'll talk about one hundred these performance of specifically doggie and since we only used to be playing used to play with the Used to play with the star one hundred players. I want to ask him. What do you think of our dogs performance during three weeks. He's been booming a lot. And i not isn't gonna three and zero and all that too. I wanna look at performance on autism hundred performance as a whole and we shouldn't forget one hundred fees bt esim before and like and pretty sure like abadaka pretty pretty much contested fuel. We pretty well so real more. Do you think about avocados performance like during his three weeks. When you say he's been booming. Do you mean like would weigh in a good way in a good way. I was gonna say because i'm like i'm pretty sure he's been pretty good. But twitch chat seems kind of confused by it. So that's why i was asking all right so aga. What do you think of his entrance to the team. Raoma i think i obviously scream him as well so i get to get more some insights. How now lanes and stuff. I think he's actually pretty good. I think he's joe pretty standard milano. I think you know we're gonna get from him of similar to like. I guess when. I like when i was perks. I get the same kind of fuel i feel like that. Kind of impact. I guess it helps a lot when you have that lane. Pressurall equates a lotta. I guess windows for your team to punish a lot more. I think also he also caused like he called he was like for like plays he calls plays like really well. I'd say the windows. He sees a pretty good especially when he's playing like a collie say i think that's why he had. I really good. I think i was actually against the osama's well. He's a colleague game. I think when you have like that kind of mindset kinda placed all. I think you pop. Do you think he's doing a lot of in game leadership to the team and direction because they feel like one of the issues that happened a lot last Split for the team as it seemed like sometimes it hundred t we get like lead and then things would just go sideways or whatever. So i don't know how vocal he is and how much he's he's doing stuff but I wouldn't say it's a leadership thing are. They just pressurize on the map. I just think it's harder to verse. Andreotti's especially i mean. It's pretty obvious that he's pretty good. And i also want to point now also that I don't like i don't mean to like drop down rome also. I know that you have been playing practicing a lot to try and improve. Also people are being saying also that because a hundred did really good with our alma. An avocado is like a super upgrade. And when i looked at a performance he actually did pretty well People always say like. Oh maybe dog a one day. He's gonna fall and as state someone will say. Oh bench dog get real me back or demonte or whatnot. And i'm like the same. Goes for perks and king and all that to like that. But that's one wondering..
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
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"thirty nine months" Discussed on Beat Infertility
"So many medications to dampen their immune system it does make me wonder you know if the basic science tells us that crow inflammation helps with implantation putting people on steroids and everything else just. We just don't have a lot of science that shows that it works. And obviously there are a lot of respect for a lot of the reproductive immunologists out there but i think that throwing medicine at people without science behind it has the potential for harm and maybe not helping people. But you know. I think people when they're in the setting of recurrent implantation failure in recurrent law sometimes are so of course upset that they're willing to do anything necessary but the problem is is that it's hard to always know what the right answer is in terms of science. What would help you most. Obviously this is an area that we're really learning a lot about and when i have patients who have recurrent miscarriage and recurrent implantations failure which could probably do whole episodes. And we have opposites on them. There's a pretty extensive evaluation. I do to try to figure out is it. The embryo is the uterus. I have just one question about recurrent implantation failure. The one of the listener questions said that they've been trying for their second child for thirty nine months. Would you consider that patient to be having recurrent implantation failure for those thirty nine months or something only related to ivf. It certainly could be but we don't know that there's even embryo there right like since it's all happening in her body because it's possible she's not she has the sperm aren't getting to the egg that getting into the fact that the embryos not being transported to the uterus that it's not able to attach so it's really hard to know where in that bond process of things things are not going right obviously with ivf when we literally police an embryo in the uterus and we know a healthy embryo was inside the uterus. That of course is more what we're talking about in terms of recurrent implantation failure. Do you have anything else to add about implantation. Before we move onto the next topic just from a practical perspective this is of course one of the most frustrating things one of the patient questions more or less said like. I don't want to keep doing the same thing. That's not working. Don't keep doing the same thing. That's not working just in general especially with this age of telemedicine. It's always okay to get a second opinion. If feel like you're not getting anywhere or things aren't happening the way they expect you to. I mean i encourage my patients to get other opinions. I often will present my patients at our meeting. So you can get twelve doctors opinions on things at one time but this is something you should and could do if you're not having success and it's okay if you get a second opinion and stay with your doctor. My patients do all the time or it's also okay. If you decide to get a second opinion and try a different avenue remember. Sometimes you know. it's the lab. Sometimes doing more exploration in the body. I really say that there are so many doctors out. There were really good doctors but puts so much weight on success on the embryo being healthy or not. And don't get me wrong. It's a big part of it. Is that i'm real healthy or not. But the other half of it is the uterus healthy. And i think there's a lot of doctors out there who have been trained in a time where they didn't really have the science and they didn't really look at the uterus like we have science now to help tests now to help us dig deeper and fear out. Is there an issue with the uterus. And i think that it's really important to be able to get the opinions of doctors who are thinking about the whole picture not missing out on half of it. So it's important. Obviously if you are listening to this you are already advocating for yourself about your body and that makes me an heather so happy because obviously that's our mission here right is to make sure that you're educated. About what the options are the science behind. What's happening in your body. Obviously a huge passion of mine. I think there's a lot of doctors who sort of pooh pooh some of the test. Which tests are a little out there. I'll say but not all of them. And i think that ignoring the half of the picture which is the uterus which is a huge role in getting pregnant of course is a mistake speaking of this science behind all of this if listeners. If you thought that we were scienc- before were about to really do a deep dive disci- we're going to be talking about integrants next. What is the definition and role of integrion specifically beta three. We know that there are certain molecules that are used by the lining that are important for cell to cell recognition and these are produced in response to progesterone and these are really sort of the key players in hejin of the embryo to the uterus. And we think about integral part of these cam molecules These glycoprotein and help with cell to cell adhesion and they are really expressed during that window of implantation and it's important to realize there's a lot of things that can affect be production of beta three integrity. And i think like they're still so much to learn like there's not just like a medicine i can give you to make more beta three integrants in. It's still very early in our understanding of beta three integrants. We sort of known about them for a while. Her started becoming really a thing to be studied and understood about about fifteen years ago. And i think our knowledge about them hasn't even fifteen years. Seems like a long time in the fertility world. But we're still in the process of really trying to understand but they're mainly of molecule that sits in the lining of the uterus in the end. dmitri that's helpful for it's like the stickiness factor. It's like helps to be the glue that the embryo to the lining. Why do some women not produce beta three integrants and what happens as a result so we think about inflammation processes. So meet me. Someone who has maybe a phase defect. How 'bout endometriosis is one of these that are thought to cause this hydrogel pinks in 'cause women not to produce enough beta three integrants with these are all sort of not infectious chronic inflammation and chronic try to infectious inflammatory. And all of those things can really cause inflammation in the lining and then. There's a decrease in beta three integrants. Then because there's less speed three integrants there's less chance that the uterus is receptive and then there's a lower chance of implementation so it's sort of like Cascade event where the inflammation causes all these things downstream to not work appropriately would or the testing options where the pros and cons. And how reliable are they. So the only real test. I know of that tests for this is receptivity acts which also test for basile six and it sort of looks at both of them. As much as i do this test. I will do this test. Because it's really the only one we have available for women who are having recurrent implantation failure to see. If there's some potential inflammation like dimitrios is that we haven't picked up or potentially a hundred things that we haven't picked up really likely. I will do this test. And it looks at both a molecule kobe. Y'all six as well.
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"If we're driving down the freeway and your car I always had that window cracked you know it was always Maybe one day you know. I can always seen the better. I was doing In sobriety that window would crack a little more like. Oh i can handle it. This time you know this is crazy straw and we say it's cunning and baffling really is because just when you're at the bottom of the barrel and and you're looking up and you're thinking well you know i do anything. Just get this out of my system. Don't give me take away. The willingness to drink or or or the the craving to drink we forget how bad it really is until we go down that rabbit hole yet. And i had finally got tired of going down those radicals and reach out for help. I i work a program. I continue to work a program in recovery And i truly have had a Change that. I can't explain i i don't wanna say it's magic but It's faith based i keep god at the center of my program and It has really worked for me. And and i. I have a lotta friends and i say this all the time. Eighty percent of my friends before We're not so people and twenty percent were. It seems like in the last three years. That's kind of flipped and in eighty percent of my interactions and eighty percent of my friends are sober and doing some sort of program in recovery. And i still have my buddies. You know. I got a lot of buddies that drink. Drink socially you know just because somebody has had some beers or has drinks and make doesn't make them like me you know that's what makes this world around but i don't know i think service has been a big part of me being of service Talking to another alcoholic really really On a daily basis reaching out. You know when. I'm not feeling right or there's something off and I'm just really happy where i am right now. I failed enough times in in in Sobriety to know that I don't have this thing. This isn't like i've got the rest of my life. And i've i've got enough experience on the failing side that i don't wanna do that anymore. So for me it's not an option anymore And i truly believe that. God has taken away the craving to drink alcohol and i can honestly say in like once again referring to thirty nine months Because of what i feel is the grace of god. I have not Even thought one. It hasn't even been a fleeting thought. You know we talk about in in some programs that we have fleeting thoughts. And that's what they are. They're fleeting thoughts and you if you do the right things Those those thoughts go away. I haven't had a fleeting thought. But i'm also not naive enough to know to think the rest of my life. That might not be there. But at this point in my life i think i have the the the tools to deal with them if they do pop up. But it's been a wild ride But but you know. Feel very blessed. I have four wonderful kids that i get to be a sober present dad with i. I know they appreciate it I get to be a good friend in a reliable friend and That for some dark times in my life or for some you know four or five or six year period. That always the case. And it wasn't. Because i was a bad guy and i didn't want to show up there. It's just that's how we behave when we're in our disease and I've done that a long a long enough of time as many times as i. I never wanna do that again. What i tell you. I'm going to be there whether it be a friend or a family member..
"thirty nine months" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"Went to another rehab when to another rehab. At scotty. i was when we met had to be seven eight years now. I was in and out of sobriety that i get a couple of months. The next thing you know. I'd show up and you know pretending to do my thing but really wasn't doing it and now about three coming up on coming up on about Thirty nine months for me now of sobriety eventually and thank you and for the first time. It's true sobriety for me. You know i'd had some times where i want without drinking and didn't have anything my system but i got to point where where I had to make a real change this time. The old stuff was a working too many times. I i got it this time. I got it this time. You know rehab rehab rehab. I got it this time. And i never got it this time because i never did any work and i never really looked at myself. Honestly i knew i had an issue and I was willing to admit that. But that's all i would do and and i didn't wanna do any of the work that that came with it In this recovery process. For the first time i met a friend That it was a was a was a golfing buddy of mine. Nothing away from the golf course but time to time. I go to the club. And we'd have men's game in the afternoon and once in a while i get paired up with us and there was something different about and I went up to him one day. I had a couple of beers. And i kind of poked at him and i said something. Somethings about you any kind of looked at me and he laughed and it was probably obvious to everybody at that point that i'd like to party and i'd like to drink and he said Yaman recovery i'm a crackhead in six years sober now. This was always a well to do well. Dressed man played a really good game. Golf kind to a fault Always the consummate gentleman and he said that to me and i remember that You know coming up on thirty nine months. And i gave him a phone call. And i said i wanna do this real and i wanna get serious about it. And he said I'd love to help you in the process. We listen everything. I i tell you to do and i said sure i will and For the first time. I actually follow through and I did all the work I think that i needed to do in. And i really did have a shift in my gray and in my mind and It's not an option for me. These days and i i. I use the scenario all the time that that..