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"tony seventeen" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on Here & Now

"Reimbursement for telemedicine services, which is now more than I was before it allows to provide the support because frequently they have more with psychiatric disorders that require attention like depression or anxiety, and without it they will relapse their souls, so multiple applications that have emerged that provide virtual social support system, so you can get a mentor or a coach, or you can go to group therapy through a virtual mechanism. Of course, not everybody has access to where or cell phone, and those are the ones that may actually require additional interventions. To the extent that all of these he's very new. We do not have a sense of how effectivity. Hear from patients and family members that it is not as good as going in person. We also see from some of the stories that in some instances that result are are actually quite comparable, sometimes with some of that interventions that are done face to face. Before the pandemic, was this country starting to get a handle on the OPIOID crisis at all? Well in plenty seventeen, we failed for the first time because it was decrease for the first time in many years on mortality from over, though says that we may have been curve and we had seen the curve been down. Warriors for this from prescription opioids, and we have also started to decrease in the deaths from heroin. But around two, thousand, thirteen, fourteen, we start to see a very precipitous ride on their from synthetic opioids like Santana, and those have continued to rise when Tony Seventeen. Overall all of these from all of these types of opioids level off. And then unfortunately on twenty nineteen. That data looks like it's actually going up again. I mean and that was before Kobe and he seems in May. Be going up on these from preliminary estimates from the CDC three to four percent and two thousand twenty with back further increases. We had hoped that burqas because of the closing of the borders that he would be much harder to get drugs into our country, and the tag will decrease the number of people dying from these trucks. But. That has not been the case apparently again. An overdose I don't mean this song that they are going to be over those tally. Work the numbers that are being traced right now. He's number of overdoses. dilated has been Carter what the numbers are harder to come across in some of the communities. They are not doing autopsies, because because of the overwhelming situation with covid. We don't know those numbers. It seems like quite a conundrum, though for public health professional to be in a situation where we know that people isolating and staying at home is helpful for Co, vid but it also seems like we know that isolating it's staying at home is very unhelpful for people who are depressed or dealing with an opioid addiction. Knowing did and I think that we have to say that that. That these situation `isolation is particularly hard for people suffering from substance use disorders, also depression or other psychiatric disorders withdrawal isolation's are currently just in general exacerbates the problem. The question that has always been lingering is to what extent some of those debts that we call describe over those that's. Intentional. It is calculated that perhaps fifteen to up to thirty percent of over those debts where intentional talk certain degree. That and other aspects that we're very concerned speaking about social isolation that are suicide. Let me just finally. Ask You if there's somebody listening to this. Who is struggling with OPIOID addiction right now? What would you want them to know? I would want them to know that there is treatment and the Treatment Works I. Mean Addiction Isa Very Serious Sword.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"Yeah, it is in the survey. You mentioned really quite remarkable. Eighty five percent of the travelers in the survey said cleanliness was huge factor in a buying decision really in a travel or don't travel decision, and that was at the same rate as ticket price. Price The folks who did the survey had never before seen another factor, the scored as high as ticket price. So this is really important to travelers. You know you mentioned the rebound in travel, and yes, over the last two weeks or so there's been about a fifty percent jump in the number of people actually traveling, but it's a very small base. The total number of people travelling is still down about eighty percent from where it was so to get all those people back. There's going to have to be confident that it's safe to travel and you know I think the inconsistency that we've seen with with airlines and airports, just the general notion of. Is it going to be safe or Or not and there's not a lot of confidence in that and a lot of people aren't going to get back on airplanes until they get that confidence, and we have to remember to what happens on the plains, where you're most susceptible to get sick, and there's this thing known as the hot zone, these are the area of the two rows behind you, and in front of you in someone's not wearing a mask and they sneeze. That's going to go up in the air and that's how transmission this thing could happen, so it's really important on that. And I know that the airlines are also experimenting with not feeling the middle seat or Kinda offsetting the rows behind them. Things like that. On an airplane. The basic single-aisle airplane tube is about twelve feet wide. It's really hard to get six feet apart, and as you mentioned the folks in the row behind you, ro is not a yard wide. They're twenty nine twenty eight inches away from you, and so there has been a lot of medical research on transmission of viruses and other diseases on airplanes, and the key thing is the to rose in front two rows behind I think even with this. You know even somebody walking down the aisle. who happens to cough or sneeze if you're sitting in the aisle seat, that's A. A risk of exposure, so there's really good ventilation and filtering of the air on the airplane, and it does move air from the ceiling to the floor, not sort of crosswise and those filters on an airplane. Ken Filter Out Corona, virus, or substantially filter out corona virus, so there are a lot of reasons that you can have some comfort that you're going to be safe, but the real risk is being in close quarters with people. That's just by definition. What's going to happen on an airplane and getting exposed to whatever they're coughing sneezing talking and that's why masks are so important. Scott McCartney writer of the Middle Seat Column for The Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much for joining us sure always going to be with you Oscar. Pat That's it for this week. Join US on social media at. Auden both twitter and instagram. Comment give us a rating and tell us stories that you're interested. Follow iheartradio or subscribe. Were ever you get your podcast? This episode of the daily divers produced by right. Engineered by Tony Seventeen, I mosque MIRA's. This was your daily dot..

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"You. That's the output for medication with this do you can do. We've seen Many schools trying to use the online system in many cases yes not being effective in a few cases yes it has been He's worked out of the experiences where the online system much the odds of music school some schools to catch up with loss time. So what do viral on? There would be like this crisis. It's as evidence that the current challenges may become the new normal. What are the scenarios that will confront us in the nearest future? And how will this impact the livelihood of Nigiera's? Do you think this scenarios would be festival? This would be starting on price movements because of course into sixteen cruella ladles into recession arrived. Burqas out of the session but one interesting thing about the pop up. He was just so we had e V ship recession visa. V ship recession such safety. Draw the line and save means you just wind down then you came out so we went into a recession in two thousand sixteen by the first quarter by the second quarter. Tony Seventeen Economy Radio Coloring Alto of recession. So but this time so many factors that I guess the the Komo meets also not dish onto the five W. Price Lou. I would like new. Remain a little You know this virus continues He's also the five and comical out so so scenarios would be based on on. How how what is for your price going forward into the second. How long can we sustain these economic? Look down and also I think more important. Dan Wilson needs to government intervention. What I'd be policies as to show that we limited the impacted negatively about those look down on these nets is all citizens household on all economic agents. So I think I'm basically that's Macho to determine whether we we remaining recession for a long time is is more lockdown itself so we we've we do restriction of movement on lockdown of month sentence sentences. I think that in itself is one key. One key activity of one key factor. That would drive economy down into a recession ensure that we stay there for quite a long time so what we are basically doing what we've been doing the last few months and injuries to save lives or seeing the coming. But I think it's very important that we we don't make it either. Our situation we do. We have to save lives. Steve The C. Licensee VLAD moves on the end of the recession or economic fresh on the top significant impact. On and do less of people people will lose their jobs who who most become poor and that's how they generational effects on livelihoods on the on the chew. Drain UNBORN GENERATION ON. The of course is also cited pickle. Crime Rate's crime rate's could also lead to loss of lives so you declaring situation. I think it's not going to be rosy furniture Going forward especially giving all the praise your points from the oil price baked lockdown as it went to the fact that clued production ninety is struggling to satellites Two trees also being affected five foreign investments COMMUN- on those who even look investments are being without you know at this time of uncertainty. I think that's one key that keep key factors that definitely bleed Determine how the economy would certainly AIDS looking? More like economy would be heat so the pushed on these people in the box being in there. How long are we going to stay in every session on how long what do we need to do to ensure that we? I would to reduce the number the length of of recession So so it means came would probably have a huge shift recession. So it's going to lose theater for a long time before so this can be offset if interventions meant interventions up properly structured and ensure that they reached those affected households and businesses. I think that's one of the Nigerian. Economy IS HEAVILY. Reliant on the oil sector and despite several efforts we seem not to have fully diversified economy. But what policy. Directions will be effective at this time to drive economic expansion and on the long term diversification devastation longtime immobile. Diversify here I mean you. You want to change. The structure of economy defined period of time. So a year is not something to be something that active shooter outdoor part of the problem. You're seeing now. We haven't done what we should have done but mind you let me see the I. I don't think that menderes programs poodle because of a couple of weeks apples because or reliance on Hulu because I can examples from countries like Saudi Arabia countries like Russia. We've got on these countries heavily dependent. Budo SAUDI ARABIA. For instance relies so much for. What's different between nature you up when you moved to see for the future so be have reserve so by GM or combined with his monkey side to become adequately finance government finance TV. Few hot teams that toward the we. We we don't have that. I mean Saudi Arabia disease tend to be barrows and enjoyed struggles to given to Tara's body so that tells you that even in terms of the oil itself. I we really rich to help you find not only reach. Why do we always think the problem? The problem itself. How we don't we haven't done what we need to do. Over the year so part of which is savings for the future acquiring. We even see how much it took awhile to to even get this over wolf on into appreciate the excess crude-oil account in challenge being he because he sees every money that comes into the edition common shared across the Tweety of government. So that's an easy when it tells you that we'd be ready to see for the future because when he's being seat dot the time. I remember this did go. They want that. Show one eight legal to start saving using the lower no of this lack consciousness about saving for the future for my remember. I one of the lead us ain't on handed you. We need these here. You're they will always be here that we don't have to see if we really it's already here to Sadat's mentality of those about don't have thought seasons coach John Winnie when we need these like these call. We have nothing to even use the code on me's diversified if oil council one percent duty. Pm Manufacturing accountable fifty percents of GDP funding from China. Account for seventy percent. Goldman of any maybe seven coming from taxes on cool at this time with the lockdown. Are you GONNA Tax Business? So you must have something to fall back to about savings coach. I think that's one thing so we often most and discuss about oil deemed appropriate sometimes than clues. That it's not just about Roy. Yes I agree. That doesn't have too much to lose it or ECON but all that sector shoot contribute as much through the east to to maybe X. reserves a crash on or to export earnings or even to go mentioning the economic indicates Keyed Clinic Indicators. But at the same time will we must be able to see for the rainy day. I think that's very key in terms of the policy. Response going forward what I think we need to do. I'd like to draw insights from the. GimMe Janet Comics Came jumping up. Keynes's you Fred to the Permanent Palma may twentieth century. So timing like these. We need to spend our way out of meant ensure that we we spend spend money in the right places. I gave it to us to be able to poor to even the Middle Income. People that have lost exhausted. Yeah savings because that's basically what he's been doing across the world countries know that this is this your design these teams and be tried as much as possible rates the pains of citizens on this axis and the UK for yourself. You come out of the business or knife. He can do this season. As fake nine counties Larry's you can go online logic counseling and then your. Your businesses will be supported in several countries. We've seen been handing cash to seat citizens you know that that needs to survive on at this point so I think these are things that we need to take seriously and it's not just about Nelson billions.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

16:29 min | 1 year ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Thank you to go to the beginning. We must go back to that most Medieval Times. The nineteen sixteen and a rivalry an epic arrived on a small Spanish island then involved barbecue barbecue businessman. Who's a Montana and another restaurant tour? As the story goes Monterey overheard some British tourist discussing night jousting during Medieval Fairs. An Idea. What if he lured more tourists to his orbit? Queue joint via show Yes I I will say that. Most good rivalries involve barbecue but but that is true. Not Enough of them involved jousting so got on him he combined the. Yeah Yeah So he transformed his estate. I into a medieval dinner theater in the nineteen sixties and soon after he opened a second location in Spain Monterey also had interest in Spanish history in particular he cited the Nineteen Sixty One Charlton Heston film Il. Cid It. Sure many of the key aspects of medieval times these original restaurants horses nights jousting later. He even tried to hire Heston dried. Iram but the price I can imagine. I can imagine Charlton Heston in the nineteen sixties. That's a big price tag. I can I can imagine. Would you've horses to feed? Oh Gosh yes. By the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. He had convinced a group of investors to go ahead with the title of Medieval Times the first US location opened in. Orlando Florida less than fifteen minutes away from Disneyworld. Nineteen eighty-three. The castle cost almost four million dollars. Orlando never change never change. Also I didn't include this but I'll add it now because I do think it's funny. They filed multiple lawsuits against competing restaurants in Orlando and one of them. I've been to and it's like a pirate themed. Let's that also wasn't accident. This is back before I maximized all my gosh. It was an interesting experience for sure but yes Orlando Indeed. So when this opened this was on the heels of along people looking down on dinners provided during shows originally stage productions. That provided meals did so primarily to stave off complaints of hunger during long shows but medieval times is different in that it was a live stunt. Show that didn't rely on. Starpower Know Charlton Heston no problem but over a decade from when it opened attendance at that Medieval Times rose from under two hundred thousand to above six hundred thousand. The second location opened in California in nineteen eighty six Beginning two thousand management decreed that choreography must be uniform. Pretty much the entire show across the across all the castles. Yes must be uniform and then whole tragedy in twenty ten. Do Florida locations filed for bankruptcy after the irs came at them for over ten million dollars tax claiming back taxes. Oh acid to file for bankruptcy. So they could pay that the IRS. Heck Look Y'all talking about a scary. I won't say villain but presents in a medieval so perhaps the interest tax could do. It could do it. Okay as of Tony Seventeen. They started replacing the kings with Queens. As of yet there have been female nights and the updated script include lines. Like there'll be no much making tonight and of me as you served my father and forget not that inside half the blood of kings..

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

15:05 min | 1 year ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"Is now in the sinus such terrorists now I'll come back to that but Sutton's in such terrorists making his I suspects you'll Moore's clears up too long is still aspect in your NATO Sutton and Neptune Neptune isn't doing anything it's it's impressive absolutely nothing urinalysis now still on your NATO Venus this and two but you're having a bit of a hard time because here in school perr when you were born. It's chucked sway and still chugging its way through the loss of your planet's class to Char- and I hastened to point out a lot of people that are listening. If you on into your children you have y'all pundits very close together. When Pluto makes a chance. That isn't just one truck that goes past you. It'd be five or six. That's the way to manifest itself with me. When Pooja makes the transit France Avenue go one planet can ever try and see past because I'll go on my and plenty smart choice in on different things all spreader amateur splash shots shot so peter translates on quite as dramatic as when you make it a preacher transit and you got your cluster things I will send you to become stadiums James and so this is reminds to other people listening if you want to know about stadiums is one of the questions that I am has as well and Donna coming up you speak about our seventy-two she she is now unfortunately in heaven and if I do send you don't want you to upload your shirt anybody because there's no Fahrenheit has no living relatives that will benefit by the royalties and and it's not fair that the other people should eat shared she shared with me ten percents and Sutton which was there were born is now not quite because it to talk to go back into capical go to my committee China's now in such terrorist but is doing the same critical point you've got here. Which is your Moss and a Saturn is making a similar aspect too when you have accident so when you had the accident that was Pluto Sunken intuit Nygaard Sutton's Mike Ngoma ause because this is a bit of a gap between your blue in here and if I was going to medical strategy Mars Mars is can be operations. Moss in the transiting chart is in sign of Virgo conjuncture Juba but I think we need to more conjunctions rather than aspects because we'll be here forever and the blue just alertness sutton has has taken its place okay so we'll come to remedies and how to sell things into this now soon after on the nineteenth at the sick 2017 graduated Nessim school you separated me husband by often finished with depression that I have yet to truly break free from what you say so you having broken free from the depression so let's see what was happening. When you graduated nineteenth at the six twenty seventeen concern serpentine nineteenth sick lean on just going to check not got my or destitute running Katya. Sometimes thanks freeze so you've graduated nursing school. ooh. You've got your certificates. Saturn Nazi southeastern designers such as I wouldn't take the blame feel relationship ending your ex husband is such terrace and during the two sock Saturn transiting through dishonest secretary as what was going on when you lost the the Tweeden's when you had the ethnic pregnancy and it was still transiting through such a terrorist when you finished your mm studies yeah so my question would be give me those dates. There were two in this relationship you decide to for whatever unreason to walk away from that marriage but has been suffering so you'd have been suffering under this. Ah Chan see that he would have been experiencing and satin isn't a planet that we liked transiting through such such terrorist doesn't like satin anyway. Can you say but such doesn't if you are such if you think back to Tony Seventeen if you around and southern translating for two years prior to that would be a fun time. It's it takes your view. Asakusa such takes the joy whilst when it transitioned Catechal Capco Nazis rooting planet it can be serious about things awesome so looking at freedom freedom all about freedom is urine Asmita Glaxo even assist and NATO Jupiter Jupiter beliefs well so we go going on that a few days in cancer believe that's where they can you married. He might yeah imagine that stopping cancer gene tune so not only have you lost just twins. You've also have lost husband. Nevada could be experienced advance and while the job resume this new relationship you have mentioned anything about the new man but obviously it must be one. There's a artificial insemination. The Nation we have the birth of your daughter. K. and I had to knit at experience combust mytalk. I the first line team I just WanNa fell into a depression. Russian began searching my purpose because found a massive urge to be doing something with my life had no idea which direction to go so let's go to the first the first twenty-nine teen see what's happening now. The best time and I have made which will finished seconds Johnson fest the I wear things now and I apologize to people to be watching and the Youtube video excuse me say look NATO Plutonium Scorpio transiting moon in in Scorpio and Venus in scope here okay. Ho- cost of plummets way okay stays so you have malls malls in such terrorist stupidest you have. UNIS in your urine is in capital. MEC is hovering around that are beal doorstop screen daughter has nate's but Korean such terrace yeah so that's making a conjunction actress contributing things air a The Sun Saturn and Pluto say you have amber new nature chart unionise Sutton Niche in conjunction. Your daughter has some sutton polluter now the pluto that she has not in her chop makes a nice aspect to a NATO pledge but would trigger off what is already intently yourself. which is the Pluto Mercury Square so the birth of your daughter has been a ticket for something that's internal to you now as I say transit's make big big impacts on us and they won't make a big impact if we don't have something in town within ourselves okay so if my sister what happened was driving along the motorway in the call and already has a sense of things on tobacco lorries trucks everytime Lorena truck comes past? She'll feel anxious anxious. I don't because I know most time been always the passing chop went smack into me so if you nancy have a pluto mercury free internal discord when transit comes paused activating and NATO Planet Pluto the moon and Venus are employed to on the date of your birth that will trigger for us something that is internal with yourself so hey what do I need to learn about my pluto and Mercury Square to wherever you got squares do some homework work on it meet DOC square the hope given cost his way so square maintenance quests talk some to sign some US Ninety six states where you've got squares you you need internal healing and an acknowledgement of the square and remedy for it said the chances are transis a transit they do. We don't do something. The other major towns that you go both to have an exciting time for goodness sakes. Sutton is your time you were born when Sutton and was in the sign a Cap Gordon and her. It's didn't capital featherstone but has some is now natively smack buying onto NATO toll Sutton's having to take your life seriously. I'm not saying that you wouldn't take me seriously up until now but hey this is the right time to be taken seriously and you seem to be struggling with the fact that it's now and why wasn't it prior to now yeah and the depression that you into hopefully you'll begin to rise above its teeny anyway because it is the right time now to be questioning not invested everything yeah. Why am I here not to say that any new up until now wasn't important or beneficial twelve people you know your mother two children into the world and unflinching twinge side you do Nitzan recommendation with that the loss of the Tweeden's I would want the Maleta collectively to the two of them expressing your feelings and emotions about their loss and the difficulties associated say to reducing them yeah. Don't you write a letter. You burn and genetic go you you make an acknowledgement within yourself at these things happen tonight. I'm going to close this screen and that's don't talk about in second. I just want to demonstrate that when you you are working out your life do yourself. Which is why did for me. It's do yourself a transit chart. The dates that things happen into in your life that were of significance because every time something happens and you have to do in chronological unfortunately remo you we jump into that place with dates which is fine because you're trying to remember and Sean Spicer Time An iphone web. You know what did it didn't happen. Up to the birth of your daughter twice email email is very significant for you and yes. It is the birth of this living child when you've been told you can't have any more wonderful yeah but she the way she is. He's a she is not an Aquarius occupy previous daughter. She's much more grounded. She won't the realistic reality of life life because she nataly has has self pastime unions copay but do that timeline feel south. This is what happened on this day by day should ninety nine. Nothing much of major nece happened into a two thousand eight then we go to events into BASS Macbeth boy marriage wjr two thousand fourteen cool. You know you can check out that Twenty Fifteen awo PA of something tragic happening to you and then two. He's like Mitch for other Sean Spicer Time among Jim. She was studying at some point soon after the pregnancy to be up to graduate from this in school. Let's heap stress on yourself. You know what done to be able to reduce stress in some way and now any two years after that game so we go Twenty fifteen twenty awesome team in one thousand nine hundred eighty. You don't respond to you went to shock because this is the thing here. This is what needs to be resolved. Wolpe of the thing that happened to yes the bucks bus accident but you didn't die as far as low end deaths associated with Desma baby is a significant thing that needs healing defies. Ignatiev definitely recommend that nothing else most counselling something to be able to to put that to rest the at t's brilliant tapping on even though are had emergency surgery. Even though I lost my my twins miscarriages what you a deep incomplete loan exert myself now the questions you raised an bet soft felt a massive allergies. Something with my life had no idea what direction to go in okay. If you don't know which direction to go in don't go in a direction stay where you are tread order and wait until the inspiration comes to dote somewhere different recognizing excuse me you'll the mother to three children. Is that destination to be looking after you. We need some in addition to the out of hand rolled for and so how did the two stadiums in my job fit me into the tunnel data. We so many empty houses upset me me means offing. Toy case is the winter for Connie the ones that you need to be taking also. What does it mean to have this triple conjunction actioning left. The lymph is about groups on Aquarius. You would have been passed. It's going to be important to use groups and other people and you will find that any groups that you join so you don't just want to be associated with people of Fluffy level. You want to be seen people take things seriously here. what is my potential mind. Tuitions is potential based of my chops or contact with the square and this much I explained what had so. Many close calls with death. Yes it Daas House so I'm not going to to to compete program which Bach I call eight.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Minutes is wrong. Bellio twelve minutes. Tony seventeen. No. Those wrong is Victor in there, two minutes. That's exactly right. Yes minutes, two minutes. And now we're on a way down to let's see how long remember this number. It's fourteen longest day of the year is fourteen twenty six thirteen fourteen thirty fourteen hours and thirty minutes of daylight. Now, let's go to the shortest day of the air and find out what the differences. All right. So fourteen hero, fourteen thirty is the longest now. We're in December nine minutes. Well, ten hours so we lose four and a half hours. The difference between the longest shortest day in LA is about four and a half hours of sunlight. Bowman up in Oregon. It is so much. It's like ten or twelve hour difference. It's amazing. Up to Seattle and the longest day of the year is probably maybe eight hours longer of sun. Well of sometime, it's astronomical. What you get up in Seattle. In fact, it might be worth doing, you know, I'll knock that out during the break. See if I can come up with that answer for you. All right. This is a interesting here. We have some audio on the story that has popped up about Google maps, right? Google maps, the app is on the Fritz and sending people into money. Crazy roads. We're gonna go to inefficacy GPS fail. We've all done it doesn't drivers you're out. You're trying to void an accident. So you destroy him stray. Hazardous bail we've all done. It doesn't the drivers. You're out there, trying to void an accident. So you detour PF tells you to dirt road near Denver where a lot of these people did they properly got stuck in the Mojo Amy before to ABC. We'll read is here with more good morning will happen to me to happen to everyone. Whether it's for travel, it hasn't happened everyone. It's never happened to me probably never happen bender or bellio. So it hasn't happened. Everybody here with more. Good morning will happen to me to happen to everyone, whether it's for travel or. Let's be honest, just walking around town, almost all of us are trusting our phones to get us where we're going this weekend in Colorado, hundreds of people were quite literally stuck in the mud. Wow. When their devices led them to the middle of nowhere. Welcome to sixty four th avenue in Aurora. Colorado normally nothing to see here, except a few birds, but this morning, something weird was going on when a detour quickly turned into a disaster after dozens of drivers made this abandoned dirt road. Look like a busy interstate a line of cars in front of me following the same instructions. And so I thought, well, everybody else seems to be fine. So I followed them on out. I love this everyone's getting stuck in the mud like August. I'll just get stuck to the routine trip, took an unexpected turn, literally while driving to Denver International airport drivers like Connie Mancini's took to their devices hoping apps like Google maps would help shave some time around nearby access. Eighty six tower road. But instead of finding a quicker route, they found a mess. The detour led hordes of cars down the wrong path. I selected narrow muddy Pat gray to turn, thanks to mud and deep ditches. The cars were now stuck. You know. And there are a lot of people almost everybody, they say, in that in that dirt road that now turned into a mudbath. And swallowed a bunch of these cars. They say about ninety eight percent of those people were on their way to the airport to catch a flight even worse. It was a why.

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Brazil's Natura cosmetics takes on the world

FT News

06:07 min | 2 years ago

Brazil's Natura cosmetics takes on the world

"Notre the Brazilian cosmetics company, that owns the body shop recently agreed to by Avon products in an all stock deal that values the US group more than two billion dollars Vanessa holder talks to Andrew Japan about the man behind the tour and his plans for the company. Andras you interviewed keenly, L, Nietzsche's, billionaire chairman, after the format precision, did he ten you why he decided to acquire? Here's a they began seriously to consider it with the decision to acquire the body shop in two thousand seventeen from loyal. Last. Gene was gonna key in days percent, Lamerica, dune. Novem. And in this clip, he told me one day he realized that the company was president his company was president ten percent of the world's market, but it was another ninety percent. And as a long-stablished company with a good reputation, links to the rainforest Tura, who they well-placed to expand worldwide what the details of the on acquisition and most of the benefits for each side, which we know it was a two billion dollars. All stock deal to buy Evan and Tudor will learn about seventy percent of the combined group while the remainder would be owned by Avon shareholders. And in the deal has been in the works for few months, but in a to expects that would yield more than ten billion dollars in annual growth for the combined group and this mainly, thanks to access to more than two hundred million clients, worldwide Avon, pioneered, the direct selling modeling cosmetics embodied by its doorstep Avon lady sellers. But it has lost market share at the rise of social media marketing, how does this compare to new? Chirs business model. And one of the main differences is not is very focused on the environment in the sense what you were saying about the latest sellers. They're quite similar. I mean to also use direct sales they call them consultants not sellers. But they say now that after the deal together, they will have six point three million of then where would Mr. Neo formed a close relationship with body. Shop's, founder, Neath Roddick was an environmental campaigner. What kind of character is he and what did they have in common but his quite awful? And he c in Brazil, they friendly phases capitalism match like an eater audibles in the UK. He wants told me he grew on vanita Roddick, because both were looking to build a new capitalism were companies help to build a society. So in the light of that, what's the company's relationship with the Amazon day. And what a mystery house ecological credentials. Well, the relationship is quite strong. The comp. Resources some of its room materials from the Amazon seeds plants fruits, whose oil and sense can then be extracted for beauty products. They are has been an environmentalist for quite a while. And he was even the running mate to environmentalist candidate. Marina Silva in the two thousand ten presidential thing deserve. Always throw. Now keep it as advocate. Go. See year produce sound vessel. He told me the company was more committed now than ever to help save causing JAMA's and in view of the growing threat, and it is facing under the presidency of jailable scenario to what extent does not terrorists still use Amazon purchase like Arlen sense. Knits, beauty products. It's about twenty percent of the products. Use Amazon was ingredients at the moment. Why is the Amazon? Particularly important for him, personally his father was from the Missourians state of. But I when I saw him, he told me that actually he developed his environmentalist credential in this passion for the environment later in life. But seeing how many wonders that resume have specially when he came to the environment as you mentioned misleading has also been involved in Brazilian politics. Does he have real influence? And could he play a role in persuading, the both narrow government cherish its forests rather than cutting them down? Well, there was something very hard to do, especially because he doesn't want to get involved in party politics ever again. He told me he said, he's very concerned about the threats posed to the rainforest by the current administration. And so he's raising awareness through business in the civil society me, he's a board member of the Brazilian found for biodiversity the worldwide are funded in Brazil, and he also founded something called least tour you which focus on promoting the. Green economy as colon Avon isn't known for its eco friendly products. What's the chance that this will be an attempt to spread this ecological nature of the neutral brands? I mean, there could be a spillover effect problem is, I mean now the four companies have as that they bought from this trillions in two thousand thirteen the voter shop and Tony seventeen and now wave and although Avon will be the bigger brand is probably going to get something from both mature and the body shop in its, let's say DNA sometime in the medium-term said, both companies even an insurer big operations in Brazil how's that game to work what we have to think that the tour group now they own full brands between those, you pretty much have all the segments because as is quite high end the voters shows like let's say wants to down below that. And so there's no Tudor. Plus, Tuesday's let's say they have they ABMC covered bridge in the first three brands and now with Avon they will cover the. See entity so pretty much. We'll have the whole vertical chain, no, no, Brazil. But what are they go and Avon's faced lot of challenges? Do you think Notre will be able to turn that around? I mean they manage to more or less do so with the body shop. I mean it was quite a bumpy road with even is much bigger companies, manage their really focused on expanding into Asian markets with all the brands, especially with mature neighbors. So they mentioned specifically they were looking at Indonesia, and India. So those are very big markets. They had a good chance of and

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"I'm Melissa Kirsch at an earn chief of life Acker, and I'm Alice Bradley, life hackers deputy editor and today, we are celebrating the end of the year. What a year it's been what a time at a time. We've had to commemorate it. We are going to be discussing our favorite episodes of the upgrade. Yes. The best the brightest the most likely to succeed best conversationalist, totally most infectious laugh, most nicest is that's what I want it. Oh god. I best dragged on get it Alice. Yes. Are you looking for into saying about a twenty seventeen? I am bready to be done. But Tony seventeen. Remember when we all twenty sixteen was the worst year and people were talking about twenty sixteen like it was this entity that was somehow ruining our lives. Yes. And the. Seventeen was gonna come and make everything better. Thanks a lot twenty six enough when another celebrity which by the mid killed offense. Yeah. I'd say twenty seventeen has kind of hit me in the gut has been good. It's a good year been here. I mean, it's been a great year for upgrade. It's been a great year for us. I think I mean for professionals. It's weird right today. Like people ask how you're doing. And you're like I'm doing I'm actually doing really well, though, I feel like the world is coming to hand. But me personally personally. It's great. We've had some great great episodes yet. Let's get started. All right coming in at number ten, we're not. We're not counting down. We're not doing countdown now no down. I mean, how could it will more than it would be like ranking our children as if I have more than one child. I would have no problem ranking? If I if I had any children, I would definitely play favorites. I would rank them and I would shift around rankings every day. Yes. Have them started zero earn their way up, and I would let them know that they were in competition with each other. And that my love was conditional highly conditional and finite. That's why I'm great parent. That's why it's a good thing. I'm not a parent. So our first episode. We're gonna talk about today is how to turn your awkwardness into a social asset with Titus Shiro so tied to share over at a book about his own awkwardness.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"This is Laura this episode seventy three this is first airing on Christmas day two thousand eighteen so we are interpreting that we may not have as many people listening to this episode has in other episodes 'cause you're all doing other stuff on this day, even people not celebrating Christmas, generally doing other stuff. But in case, you happen to find this episode at some point we thought we'd do our twenty eighteen year in review, and enter fact, we we are spending this time this isn't recording this that head of time. So we're not together on this. But we will be together on Christmas. Right, sara. Yes. So excited for some cozy family fund in Pennsylvania in our I live recordings. Yeah. We're not going to report on Christmas day, but we'll have like. Oriented person yet like the you know, will will sort that out. It's gonna be exciting. I haven't seen Sarah on a year and a half. So oh, be good since Genevieve. Yes. And you're hoping for snow right in hoping for snow how much actually but. Okay. I think we may actually go skiing one day. So that way will be guaranteed to see some manufactured or not. Yes, that's true. We'll hit the the ski resort. I think you are going to we were up there hiking few weeks ago, and they had snow there then. Yes. But it may melted by now, but we'll see. It's already been a brutal winter probably will continue being. So so good thing. You guys got the codes for Hannukah. Yes. So, yeah, we're gonna talk about twenty eight teen or highlights, you know, professional personal. But a pretty good year you guys out of out of baby while you had the baby at the end of Tony seventeen. But I mean, the baby year twenty eight scene was like a baby year, you know, you just only really dominated by a lot of baby stuff. So I mean, I'll I'll do my professional. I because it's not that exciting. There was this sour signing. I would say it was a baby year. I didn't I wrote I didn't get fired despite pumping for nearly twelve months. We did successfully recruit and start a first class of residents without that was actually really exciting in his become one of my most favorite parts of my job. We started up our multi disciplinary gender clinic in December end on the semi professional front. My blog maker should be complete by then although I need to my person and this podcast. We did more than fifty episodes. I think that's pretty awesome exactly fifty two guess on how far depending on whether the Tuesday falls on what day of the week ago. The either fifty two or fifty three depending on how you count has learned. There's like fifty two point two nine weeks in a year or something. Anyway. Yeah. Now, this podcast has been an awesome thing for this year. It's been growing, which is good. We helped grow some other big professional highlights. I guess are now off the clock came out in may that was my first book launch and three years. I'd actually had quite a bit of time between my previous book was I know how she does it then there's three years between that and off the clock not intentionally. I guess I just didn't have anything to write about. And then, but I was very happy with the response yet. I'm always happy to sell more books than somebody wants to go buy one. But. It meant a lot me a number of people who have read all my books were positive about this one. And so that is better to be moving that direction where people think you're still bringing something new and interesting to the table as opposed to being like, why on earth are you continuing to beat the horse here early twenty eighteen I got a contract for Juliette school possibilities, which is the fable that will be out March twelfth two thousand nineteen so that was kind of cool. You know, basically, it's a novel that is coming out from a business publisher. So he can wrap your head around that one. And it's totally novel. Like, it is has read it. Now, it took four pump sessions so the so it's a quick quick read. I mean, I guess it depending on how long you're pumping, but. But no, it may those pumps sessions fly by so. Yes, very novelists dick, which I liked we'll good..

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Which in which means conversion, and yet there does not appear to be any evidence of widespread things. It's true that some young Iranians are disallusioned with with Islam as it's being practiced there, but to to arrest people for simply professing their faith in this way is quite outrageous. Thaddeus? And these are basically what they're doing is rounding them up in preparation of using them as kids, aren't they? Well, it could use them as or because they're trying to send a message or because they you know, these are always good diversionary tactics that satisfied the extremes. In their own countries. But you know, Iran has been doing so many things, you know, that hardly get any mentioned anymore. John you mentioned before you know, the fact that they've more than doubled their missile testing. They launched a test testified a missile capable of carry multiple warheads, the secretary state Pompeo said yesterday or before and it was a medium range missile and that they had the ability to hit parts of Europe in any location in the Middle East Europeans are continuing to try and aid and provide funding and to assist the very country that is targeting them with ballistic missiles and some of them designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using ballistic missile technology, and the US is fighting this battle often alone. I mean, obviously Israel with a few others who will come under this threat, but the Europeans seem to be engaged. Gauging in this in this blind behavior that allows run. We know at least five short range missiles and cruise missiles and Tony seventeen or four tests of medium range missiles that they they are increasing both of sophistication and the number of these tests, which certainly should be seen as a violation. Now, come one positive story Oman quickly they allowed LA LA, according to prime minister to fly over the land, which makes the roof to the far east very much easier and faster for El Al the Omanis have not said it publicly, but the prime minister today in a briefing did that would be another very positive sign of improving relations. Brazil is talking of moving der embassy, even though others are threatening them for it. So those are positive steps and the yellow vest, Malcolm in Egypt. What's happened? They stopped selling them because they're.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on JKNews

"And sometimes your body's just like y'all I'm stressed 'cause I need. Water, and I'm thirsty, and I haven't drank book and water in two days. Yep. I'm stressed out. Because I have an eight and and I'm stressed out. And unlike you know, like all of this physical stress is going to or head, and there's a lot of things that can trigger stress. You know, what I mean like, I mean depression is is not just triggered by not by just by being angry or whatever it's, but it's an accumulation of being in a constant stress state that gets you in a prolonged depressive state. So it's it's almost like obesity, right? Like like, just eating food isn't gonna make you obese it's constantly chums eating. Yeah. Bad moods and overeating, and that's that's what's gonna cause obesity. So that's the same thing is like I think depression is one of those accumulation of a bad lifestyle. While among, you know, back coping skills, and and all those things you add that N sometimes a physiological reaction in your body's telling you like I'm stressed off. Fuck out, I'm in a state of emergency. Yep. Like what happened to you grave's disease? Right. Yeah. Like, I think that's like like that's what happened in Tony seventeen years. Accumulation of all those bad luck things. Right. Yeah. And it all added up to the point where he became physiological. And I started losing weight fuck, and then his and then lo and behold like fast forward to the graves disease thing was so I do I do the psychiatrist stuff do all those exercises. Everything's working out better. But my weight was not going. Yeah. I was still at one seventeen this whole time. Even though I'm fixing things and my appetites getting better. But you know, I this is may may of this year. I'm insulting still not right. Yeah. Him was actually talking to her cousin about diseases that run in their family. Yeah. And they stumbled upon hyperthyroidism which is the overworking of your thyroid yet. And if you guys know that thyroid is this butterfly shaped gland throat, and it controls your metabolism. So like your hunger or like, you're you're you're hungry..

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Amongst man democrats was found hydrated was gavin newsome end in good healthy so you're was saying last will hold seen the phone february where did tony seventeen villar th common at the entrance of the part well this is but how much wasn't california officially democrats notice think dismissing about antonio until tuesday vieira up national park nine service percent ranger and a helicopter spotted the guy nine was backpacking percent alone around if noon they on had friday written in the man daily apparently got on lost the would've and had then 11 set up percent his tent and so stayed severe put until regardless he of was the found chances a use melted of him snow for being on that bell and this is a shame for me going i was really hoping i know there's not gonna be a republican governor and does not going to be a druid and there is not going to be a sikh but there's said there will be a democrat governor and it's not going to be the ever does a because and so that means that means oh it years of doll press releases coming out of sacramento if it's gavin newsome unless of course he's divorced in his dating another nineteen year old lucky used to and providing her alcohol at the giants games hoops okay so anyway vera go says not going to be uh he's not going to be in in the heat for for governor hill raise money he just got the united farmworkers endorsement did tony villar a gaba new some didn't get that kevin some never worked in the fields gave new ssim's at risk if the meal grew up rich grow wealthy at the rich wealthy mean literally doesn't know what rahman tastes like they the man of the people uh so any who thirty than the other all of the other offices secretary state who cares um anyway i say this because it's almost it's a done deal that whoever the democrats nominate is g are going to be in that position one year later sowa the so there's well.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"Some shit love i don't know i renew like i'm i'm i feel like this is a cool concept may be not great for what you were hoping for but like maybe i'm reading author you'll intent but in just like i've already lonely enough i don't believe in turam i i i like the early two sieges independence and this is never my hair is nevertheless arms i'll i'll super dependent and you're also playing slash watching resident evil seven planes last watt watching which means watching so where pat is my avatar again where we are now we have met m more of the baker family so he has mail the baker family is lake the main killers and cut the scheme is like super radd and so we just did this boss battle again ace teacher's pen our boss chris grant loves resident evil 7 for context yeah this game is so good of year tony seventeen fruit backed up by not making this game chris grant put it this number one game and he was right yeah you have a sign you're holding up the sling give me arrays wink even watching arkansas' okay so we fought jack baker i believe that is an extremely good fight yeah you know what i'm talking about the eyeballs yes yes oh my god so it's like comes out of nowhere almost into slate it changes from the sort of atmospheric like haunted house type thing like the resident evil 2 like okay no straight action you guys shoot some stuff which i think like other resident evil games do as well but like that transition really gets you're like adrenaline going.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"That's not labor they just looks like but think tidy ladies he might i mean you don't notice rocking down there you may have a diaper unida undergone was he a full air i wish to dream minds wrecker ralph okay for tony seventeen visits the sequel it didn't hit mainstream theaters allow liquor this guy as goods remained trinity realtors as zia hot cares about streams and a water bothers my hair in working pretty arnn hey guys were pretty hard give this guy race i heard he got a promotion but did he get raised guys for working up a sweat over here he is very sweaty which the sweat is pouring off of him and he's winking at away as fast as he can yeah and it's the noise mr that's his enemies body water yeah anything else gavin those you want to take care of i'm going through illegal pat right now that's all i got everything on photos given osama supposed to bring the camera but i can go grab a real quick why don't you do that why don't you do that and so we're keeping liz going just for kevin and his camera yeah so if this part of the show the next two three minutes feel weak well we were planning on doing the show at this point we were playing i being done right now this was not to be any shows the camera should have already been done and the and the picture i rarely perform if not for camera right which is why still camera is still images leia.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Gold crush church vestry aren't shrine their cats and of quote that is the headline over charles heard ch column in the washington times which is as follows correction in a column dated october the 29th tony seventeen i incorrectly noted the vestry of christ church in alexandria however is not capable of grappling with such complex truly pearl's before schwan after all it is so much easier just to liberate painful history than the understand it and learn from it and of quote in point of fact pigs are so much more intelligent than the vestry of christ church in alexandria virginia which has decided that tear down memorial plaques to george washington and robert ely i retract this unfair comparison to swine and would like to issue a former apology to hogs both wild and domesticated all over the world for my insensitive thoughtlessness as sir winston churchill famously noted code dogs look up to us catch look down on us page treat us as equals end of quote the vestry of christ church are more like catch on may dear here and less agile what they do look down upon people such as george washington roberty lee and any of us who would honor the memory of these two great american generals so much for forgiveness i guess forgiveness is for losers god can forgive them but we shall hold them in contemptible judgment for eternity and of quote these people really should be run out of church a church by the way built by the hands of beaten slaves what about that unlike an anti belem house that has been bought and sold many times since the abolition of slavery christ church in alexandria his still owned or operated an occupied by the same community that beat slaves and trump building the church building for white people in the first place what of the flavor blood on their white handbag by not tear down the church to it's slavery stained foundation after all it is a far greater to slavery than a couple of marble plaques chisel long after the end of slavery and what of all those grubby green bills that flow into the churches glittering gold plates every sunday they've bear the face of george washington does this great and pure vestry vern those wads of cash in the church yard every week to demonstrate their condemnation of library and all the flavors from history or better yet split the preach proceeds of.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay i'm safi because i'm wants his blood as boileau his boiling ghost hugest look i looks like he had announcer is awesome an as an extra flare lights yes all is glitterati is just say whenever we wanted it just was just how much it was firebombed oh len john let's cow you were just you just play the clip he was like he wanna he wanted tony seventeen or eleven days into the run the run of the eta oh my god this is a nightmare so they had to google that oh oh god two backwards i god i was just like like in it was like oh mtv via mayfair on the emi right i emmys there are different producers there are a lot of ways to step out of the box and make it make the emmy's creative i don't think you should do it with the announcer that's a that's a um attacked attack tara unknown what do i mean that's just a job that should just be not rattatte tat but the gist we just want the information from the are now finding it almost lately don't need anything no you know that is a player thank you last say here's someone so they're making a recognizable voice because of assisting to be a taki had and we don't see this up versus just voice yeah we're just gonna they showed him twice care of isis and i had i felt bad for him because i know what to wear position to be an but you know and good for him for at least grabbing the bull by the horns but it's just i blame the the people that made the decision to clear out there even go yossi woods did you notice though when someone biggest commentary he screamed for the first half hour he was talking very low and i take to produce regarded his ear because is the night went on they turned his audio what turning is audio down by the time this show is over he could barely hear of so i know they thought i was a nightmare to okay so we've talked a little bit about the broadcast itself a winners and losers i have a question for lax more emmys when we come back my top when a 7'1 everything entertainment.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"That she's taking next week livestock people around the world are really pretty similar about all the same actually i wanna remind you bus superior livestock auction they opted tobias okello cattle today on the country page countdown is taking place the condo classic is coming up next week that also comes from iowa but it comes the un dish network channel two thirty two or go to the web www superior livestock doug gum find your rip and begin to market cattle this period way she's from iowa where in iowa the birds chirping or in the calabar an at roker park expo tony seventeen event jody great be here doesn't matter win and now we do this for some reason that one time we pulled over ended radio in a car on the side of the road and taxes as it is pops up i can was yesterday every single time we started doing radio that's what i think that was a hot day i think ran away the airports and tom hyland unless of les forty late for a deadline but if i was driving you i probably got you to the airport you made your plane unlike when you stick me up going to a high last year really really health oh that del oh absolutely i've been waiting yet or rondo our next week really going to be i am going to be leading a study abroad jet to the uk and i heard a retired professor here today combining the year dragging him along the way he's retired yes while we put them to work he has nothing better today said after minute however and i are taking some industry professor professional alumni and some friends of iowa states agriculture and taking them on a tour of the development of the pierre red reads of livestock that were developed in the uk.

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"tony seventeen" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"tony seventeen" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Yeah and the scot came out of nowhere yeah you don't see twelve you this include coming getting checked out for sure he said he seemed to be don't okay but like i don't like that he still so work yeah twenty seven unit got him out with the back a there it is tony seventeen is like picked up like this like it's like two thousand sixteen with a vengeance i've noticed so far right now it's or something and i already that again like really i got the win gonna when happen it took the my happen and then there's nothing i could think we're going to get really better really quickly in it's just that might for the thirteenth was like in january of two thousand seventeen first of all first of all as soon as midnight ahead i had to friends over my house they were like fighting in a bunch of vs happening then i week up in cheech gets attacked and then i roommate comes herman and says he wants a can't really says he had to have an all pro at at team and then the next day the baby momma drama with a bunch of stuff and it i feel like i'm mike ashley what's going on i was like in two thousand sixteen was so two thousand seventeen is going to be great and everybody said like basically just two thousand sixteen squared play now okay and now i'm sick i got the the league in week into the new year but the metric about it how's last backing straight and is that in the air would adapt like right there the for that happen maybe it be that pena family line bag like that that was there and i haven't nowhere led the big league not been thirty eight back that way bone and then after that like that listen we're going to go hand in take a quick break when we come back i'm.

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