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"tony yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:13 min | 9 months ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"tony yeah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:35 min | 9 months ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well, driving down 24 beautiful 24 after a rain seeing the colors change. It's underrated folks. Underrated 24. I was 24 You know what man is? We are getting closer to spring to me. That's the best time in the bay Area. That blue sky and the green all around the best look, man. I'm with you. Oh, I totally agree. Especially out there. Blam Aranda area can look like Scotland out there and Brianna's regional park. I'm telling you, folks, I'm not just trying to boost the real estate around me. Although there is some of that California you really don't have to do that. You work for the tourists on the Tony Yeah. Chamber of Commerce over here. There's no way I'm on Dylan. Looking at what I can get deeper city now forget that s O The Warriors game 21 tonight against the Celtics, so they played enough games. Many reasonable people think that You can form a good judgment positive or negative about a team after 20 games, especially in the 72 game season. So what do you think so far with warriors? Yeah, well, they're a middling team so far, and from an analysis point of view, as I'm sure you guys are learning. It's interesting because on a middling team, something's always going wrong and something's always going right and you can analyze both things now. It does seem like they have some capacity and potential to ascend higher if perhaps they stopped giving so many minutes to Kelly, you Bray or Kelly, who break turns around his particular season, so that's where they could really find a boost right there, And I think that is that is the assessment So far. I don't think it's worse or better than what we thought it would be. It's pretty much just in line and I would say this You don't want to even analyze the season, according to the season. This is about a broader view, a broader perspective and I like what I've seen from Wiseman. I like what he could be long term, and that is the most important thing of them all when we're assessing what we're seeing in these 20 games I mean, you weren't 10 seconds into answering my question. And the name Kelly you break came up and manifested interesting that The guy that was talked about a lot you know, outside of the obvious outside of Steph, I think even more so than Draymond and more so than Wiggins, who I think was kind of people were focusing on to be sort of the polarizing guy. It's you Break and and we we've had discussions about him as I mentioned, you just brought him up. I mean, he is a guy where it was when it's going Good. You like okay, That's great. But, boy, you've seen the bulk of his games and it leaves a lot of people wanting more. Yeah, He doesn't seem like he really fits in with the way the Warriors playing and I mean it's not for lack of trying is the high Emperor player. He's out there trying on the advance. He's getting rebounds, but he just doesn't seem to have the awareness and really Try not to criticize too much because these guys out on the floor can do things I couldn't even imagine. But it is amazing to watch a guy in the corner. Steph Curry. Maybe I heard of them comes over to his area and he doesn't move. I mean, even people who don't play basketball understand that one, especially after a while of being being drilled into them, So I think it's a combination of not being able to get a shot. Gee, not guarding him, which hurts your strategic options and just not knowing the basics of what to do on offense that I think is driving Warriors fans crazy. You know, we're at the quarter pole. Everybody's kind of doing their evaluations. Who's where and everything. I'll tell you one team. That's kind of disappointing that we're going to see this week, and that's the Mavericks. They've lost six straight their offenses 20th in the league. Luca's making under 30% of his threes, and he's taken over seven a game. What do you make of Dallas? Yeah, They're going to hit the button at some point and make a big move or make a big push or or that we what we're seeing. Is this what they are? Yeah, well, I don't think Lucas the problem. I think he's going to start shooting better. I do think he didn't exactly arrive in tip top shape, and that might have had an impact on his early season. But ah, lot of it is when he sits there. Awful like the bench has been terrible, and I can expect Luca to start hitting some buckets. But With the bench is performing badly. You really gotta wonder. And so I think they got a little bit of over overhype. I think a lot of teams that popped in the bubble might have deceived some people because there wasn't a real situation. It was. It was a strange one. And so I just think that they're in that Medellin territory. The Warriors Aaron, where maybe they make the playoffs. Maybe they don't. But they sure as hell don't have a shot of championship and they probably lack a piece or two to get there. It's interesting with the Warriors anything because I'm trying to figure out like what were they go to get better, and I think one is just Wiseman's maturation. And I don't know what to expect from him the rest of you because he is still really, really young. He's not gonna get Ton of minutes. You brazen enigma for me because he just hasn't figured out who he is. He could be really good if he did what he does well, and I don't want him shooting a few threes here in there. Uh, but not eight. He doesn't need to shoot a he can get to the rim. He's not a playmaker. So we know that you think I mean everybody. I mean, Wiggins isn't a playmaker The thing they don't have a ton of playmakers on this on this team, and they're not a particularly high basketball I Q Squad as a As a whole. So I'm thinking that they play hard. I mean, they compete. They get after it Defensively. They've been really good since the first week of the season, but I don't know There's a lot of room for growth. Maybe there is I'm not. I'm not sure I think this is what they are. They're gonna be consistently inconsistent. Which is the definition of 500 team where they're gonna win some games that it shouldn't gonna lose some games. They shouldn't and then you're right. This is about the big view. Next year. What I hope is they don't say, Hey, we're getting closer than we thought. Let's commit to make some big trades and and bring some people like the bill. The bill trade never didn't make any sense to me whatsoever because you have a good chance right now to play fairly well this year. And then transition in the next year with a good shot, you know, compete and be there and also have a couple young players that could take you into the future. I think that should be the goal. Compete. Be there and then you know they Hey, we have a bridge to the future. Yeah, I'm totally with you. And on the Beale front. I mean, it would be one thing if he fit this obvious positional needs like when the Laker at gave up everything to get Anthony Davis. I mean, that was obviously what they needed, Right? Plus, it's Anthony Davis and Bradley feels fantastic. But he's not Anthony Davis. He's a little duplicative of what staff does of what play does. They would be a better team with them. Don't get me wrong, but he's not completely that missing piece that they need any 6 ft three, which hurts him a little bit on defense, even if he's a high effort defensive player when the Wizards aren't embarrassing, so I'm with you. Plus, it's easy for fans and say, Go get Bill. If you're Bob Myers and Wiseman turns into what you think. That he is going to be, um, that's going to haunt you for a long time..

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"tony yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Jim Ryan, ABC News correspondent for Dallas has an interesting story on this, Jim. Good morning. According Tony Yeah, we know that Louisville was one of the first communities to receive. Those first does defies the vaccine Now. Los Angeles, New York, Houston, Dallas naked on the beach communities all Received some portion of it to be given first health care workers and then working down a priority list. What are all those rural areas that there Tony about? 1/5 of the U. S population 60 Million People live in what it considered rural areas with challenges to healthcare service, even on the best day Well, now that's even becoming mortuary, Lin Jing. The vaccine requires Special transportation and storage has kept it minus 94 F, which is presents challenges of its own. So it was a rural areas or having issues getting deliveries. Now, the CDC essentially has said, just hold off until they go down. A vaccine is approved. It does not require such Stringent transportation and storage. That sounds good. The problem is a lot of people are still getting six. We just had a real major spike last week, one day over 160 people. For example, in Plasticky County. It's a big piece of land, but it's not a big population. Ah, and you're bright and you're seeing this kind of search out there in a lot of rural parts of America, Tony, The other thing is that to the fights the vaccine is sent him in shipments of just under 1000 doses. What if you're sending it to a community that doesn't quite have 1000 people? They're trying to get it. Tonto, as many people as possible is going to be a challenge, making sure that people in surrounding communities Have access to it because, you know, there could be a time when Kleiser or the other distributors say Look, if you're gonna waste dosages, we can't afford to send it out to you. Like Americans as well have been impacted for a lot of issues when it comes to health care, and this is also an impact inside inner cities. And we understand that we're understanding that right now suppose showing that a lot of African Americans are willing to take the Vaccine pronoun? Yeah, that there have been service done on that showing that in fact, African American and Hispanic communities, minority communities in general are receiving it lower The amounts you know, and trying to figure that out is a major challenge to there's certainly a mistrust of the vaccine in a broader population, but especially in those Minority populations to and again it's it's those communities that have been harder hit statistically than the white population by covert 19. So you're right, not only dealing with rural communities, but inner city communities will be a real challenge for health departments, Big and small. L from coast to coast. I appreciate your time. No, you gotta go. Have a great day. Brother, Jim Ryan ABC News Joining us here. Kentucky. Ana's morning news coming up in the 7 15. Jason name is Republican. Uh, House Representative here in the state is gonna be joining us. We're gonna talk about something he's worked up with Democratic representative Nina Kulkarni. I look contest on bipartisanship for kids. Well, can't we all get along a little Kumbaya moment with Jason and 7 15 Here on NewsRadio 8 40. W H A s time for traffic weather tends. Will Clark is your headlines in 10 minutes on Kentucky and his morning news? Big money with progressive home and auto bundle, So I finally.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I Heart radio station 24 Hour news more stimulating talk. Okay. If I am 6 40. It's the Conway problem. Angel Martinez. Tony? Yes. Here. I am. Horrible accident. Newport, huh? You seeing that accident? The horrible accident and maybe it hasn't come across your screen yet. There's a horrible car accident in Newport. Just it's brand new. I just saw it on TV said on the freeway or on the surface streets. I think some surface streets may not be popping on your computer file. It looks like a double fatality as well. It's huh. And so in Newport Beach? Yeah, Newport Beach, But it's also I think, a road racing or road rage type of thing. Uh, yeah. These kids are driving away too fast. Back When I first started driving, I was driving my mom's Volkswagen and that car could barely go 60 miles an hour, so they really drive that fast. But now these cars you know, with the with the especially these electric cars, acceleration is unbelievable. These kids. They get in those cars and they don't have experience driving and they want to go. 100 Miles an hour on the surface streets and man Oh, man, they never wins. Never win. Gotta slow down, please. Okay, so the location of this crash in Newport Beach is along Newport Coast Drive in Pelican Hill Drive. So, um, that's north of coast Highway up Newport Coast. Drive heading towards that, you know, right there. A Pelican Hill. You've got the Marriott on the right and Pelican Hill on the left. That's what it is. Yeah, it's heading into the hill. They're kind of a big curve. Yeah, So, Yeah. Straight. Yeah, they dont Oh, yeah, they do. Says a bunch of cars were involved in this one. So I'm gonna see where, um, get some more details.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Can say so disgusted by it were the talk of the town. People just taken listen to what they want to hear. Louisville happens here. News radio. Wait, 40 w wait. Yes. What thing we know about covert 19 is that is has created a whole lot of technology particular when it comes apparently to the bathroom now. Jim Ryan has details from ABC News, Jim, what's up? Yeah, Let's start to say, you know, the point of this whole thing is to keep people from standing in line. You don't want people standing too close to each other, and you don't want them touching surfaces and potentially infecting themselves or others with Corona virus And so bathroom technology has evolved. It has really been for the last few years to keep people from having to touch me. You know, you put your hand on the thing and it starts flowing water or to dry your hands. You put your hand down, and then it dispenses paper towels. So that's been happening for some time. New technology that was is allowing customers Airport travelers to look at the screen before they go into the men's room or the women's room and see how many people are already in there. And if there is a line form and they go somewhere else, and that way, avoid that line, touch free technology is becoming more common. The hero DFW Airport, for example, Tony Be in the parking lot. You've got sensors that tell you what if a car if it's space is empty or full, you know, rhetoric Green, based upon whether there's a car that you can tell from a long way away, whether you should go down that aisle or not. They're employing the same kind of thing in the restrooms. A red light above the stalls. It's occupied green light above. It says that it's taken that way. You're not having to touch a handle needlessly, Tonto. See if anybody's in there. They're at the Dallas Fort Worth is. Are there a lot of lines for restrooms? Oh, yeah, you will sometimes, And I mean not not not assume any now is before because airport travel, You know, they're just not as crowded as they were before. I flew back in from Philadelphia couple of weeks ago. And then you know, there was hardly anybody in the airport. All of course, The planes are crowded because the airlines reporting fewer planes in the sky. To try to boost their profit margin. But no, there aren't as many line but I think that the assumption is that in the future, this technology is going to continue to evolve with her without Kobe 19 to try to give people a better experience at the airport, Tony Yeah, all right. Makes sense. Thanks. Jim. Jim Ryan ABC News Joining us here on contact.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I trust him a little more at this point, Andrew lack. Don't love the overall upside of Baker right now, but again, drew lock. I need to see him. Do it more than just piling up some, you know, come from behind numbers. Before I feel confident going ahead and trusting him. Hey, Joe, From Spring Grove, you're on ESPN. 1000 Morning. Yes, I've got a flex question in a one point PPR. Okay? Got Marvin Jones at home against Washington. And they got Hunter Henry on the road against the Dolphins. All right. So I would say, based on the fact that Kenny Golladay is set to miss a another game, I would go ahead and use Marvin Jones Stafford still under center for the lines, and I'm looking through his game log right now because I had to refresh my memory and hunter Henry, you know, since Justin Herbert has really taken over hasn't hasn't had more than five catches and in a game this year, so Especially in the PPR format. I think hunter Henry's upside is really limited. He really hasn't been. You know, a great fantasy player this year without Philip Rivers, throwing him the football So Justin Herbert really pushes it down the field You've seen Ah, lot of charges wide receivers have big days. You know it can come from anywhere. From that charges wide receiving depth chart. But Hunter Henry has really not been a beneficiary, so I would go ahead and use Marvin Jones without Kenny Golladay today, likely to be the number one wide receiving threat for the Lions. Let's try. Tony, who's in sure would hate own Hey, How you doing? Not too bad at half point. PPR question I've got chase. I need two of four, okay say, said Mons, Christian Kirk. He begins Michael Williams and you're scaring me with all the anti Uh, Cardinal talk, so I'm a little concerned about my cardinals. So, Tony, it's more anti cardinals running backs like, you know, I don't want to scare you away from Christian Kirk, I think is, uh, Probably showing you the last couple weeks of what he's capable of. Certainly, DeAndre Hopkins will have better weeks, which will eat into Christian Kirk's production, but of these options, Tony Yeah, I'm definitely going to say at this point, I think it's you gotta get You have to prepare yourself to have Jason Edmonds on your bench. Most weeks once, can you drink returns and again? We're expecting him to return today for the Cardinals. So chase Edmunds goes to the bench, which just makes it pretty simple. Kirk Higgins, Mike Williams, two of those three and I would use Kirk and Tea. Higgins Mike Williams, certainly, um You know, I actually Mike Williams after last week's injury, where he and I'm, one of the second to last play of the game, banged his head. And could not hang onto it have not checked. Let me check his status for you as we roll through the show to confirm whether or not we've seen the latest on him because I know he was questionable. So let me check on that. But nevertheless, I would still use tea. Higgins and Christian Kirk above my claims at this point. Ron is in Schomburg. Ron, You're on ESPN 1000 of my men. Hey, Jeff. How you doing this morning? Not too bad in a standard league. I have four. I need to Curtis sandal. You hear good. D game or and J d McKissick. So you need to and Deebo Samuel right now not expected to play today with the hamstring injury, So that makes that one pretty easy. Higgins Maura and the kissing. Did you say it was? P p r run? No, no, no. Okay, So in a standard league, I'm going to say I would go ahead and use Higgins and more McKissick really has value in PPR scoring, But outside of that, I don't love him in the eye standard or half point PPR..

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"tony yeah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah, I'm not making excuses for him because I'm a biscuit fan. I said, get him out of there because, like you, I just heard the way and I was listening and are very we got the talent, but I don't coach those guys up. You think you would come up with fire? He's not like bow or Past Mr Coaches that got on the players. He needs to go. Yeah, I don't think that. Yeah. I don't think that it's you know, he needs to rule with an iron fist to get the job done. I mean, how is it that you Show Milton's been OK here. He had a statistically had a decent game today. But you know where? What happened to the idea that because of what Jim Harbaugh did with Andrew Luck? Because he played the position in the NFL, and because he did well coaching quarterbacks in the NFL and got a lot of guys got Mohr out of guys than other coaches did. How is it that he hasn't been able to recruit a good one to Michigan? How is it that Ohio State whether it's urban Meyer Ryan Day? How does that program find NFL quarterbacks in Harbaugh? Can't That's the great mystery. That's what makes his That's what makes his career at Michigan. Such a shocker. That they haven't been able to figure out quarterback when that's his baby. That's his bread and butter. Here's Tony in Tampa on CBS Sports Radio. I, Tony Yeah, I hanging doing I would absolutely take a shot on harbor. If I was the Jets. He's a name. And he's got a proven track record. He was in a Stanford. He was an A at the 40 Niners. And when you look at what's out there for coach and I mean, you're going to take the enemy over Jim Harbaugh. Not May. I mean, but if anybody can do what the enemies So what I mean that team is It's so loaded and let's be honest. Andy Reid's calling the shots. That team is Andy Reid and Spagnola. It's not the enemy. Yeah, but any read assistants have gone places and have one. Doug Peterson was an Andy Reid guy. And he wanted one year he won After that. It's been no Ooh and punish him. With the Eagles. I won the he he won the NFC East last year and the year before that. You want a playoff game? And the thing about Ohio State with the quarterbacks is is. Let's be honest with the line. They have the receivers they bring in there. I mean, it's just a recruiting. I mean, I don't know what they've got up there, but I mean, that's just a really powerhouse stem Clemson and Alabama. Yeah, but it's not just Yeah, I I get that. But it's not like Justin Fields is going to be a top three. Pick that about Haskins, too. We said that about how Americans would fit me touchdown passes. And how'd that work out? You could have said the same thing about Oklahoma quarterback that they were all products of their system until I don't know. Calamari cable you could you could. You could have said you could have said the same thing about Texas Tech quarterbacks until Mahomes showed up right mimic, let me make a point. Kyla Murray. He was average the year before that it was a rookie. We're not going to hear more points were good. We got on that. Thank you, though. Um I think Harbaugh should be on the phone right now, too, and his agent to talk about NFL jobs because I think the feelings are going to be mutual by the end of the year. I don't think Michigan's gonna want him back. You gotta sign in to an extension. And I don't know why in the world he'd want to go back there Unfinished business. Who cares? You know you're you're in the wrong place. Everybody thought it was the perfect fit. It's not move on. Follow me on Twitter at the Pony Express Pony spelled P O and I, you can follow us at CBS Sports Radio. Coming up. I want to talk about Antonio Brown and what we expect out of him. But we think he's going to dio. Not only tomorrow for the Bucks and a big showdown game, a big showcase game against the Saints. If Tampa wins, I don't see how they lose the NFC South, they would sweep New Orleans. I want to know if you think that it's going to be a match made in heaven or a match made in hell, Antonio Brown with the Bucks. What do you think? 855 to 1 to four CBS 855 to 124227 is going to be a disaster. Or is it going to be a perfect fit? One that helps the Bucks get to the Super Bowl? 855 to 124227. We got another top 25 game that just got underway in the last half hour number. 14. Oklahoma State is at K State. This is ah Big 12 Knockout game. We got two top 10 teams playing. And we've got a top five matchup tonight. So pretty good college football Saturday and with the latest on that it's time for an update with Erica Herskowitz. Sports flash. Okay, Andrew, let's get right to that. Top 25.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The only thing is that the fan base would just you know, they'd be calling for your head all the time. And I did like that, Rick unsaid. We're ready to win. Now. We don't want to have to make changes in the middle of this window being over and I would hope that would also give you a signal that look, they're going to spend what's necessary. To get them over the hump. And I think obviously the focus has been with pictures, but I would think this is another sign that Hey, you know, this is legit. It's all systems go. Get after it. I want to play you a couple more. Rick Hahn also said he's not going to talk about candidates. This is Han 11, but he did say there is one candidate. That he is now excluding from the possibility of getting hired. Take a listen to this. One exception is that I want to share with you. Ah, you will not be a way we have Tremendous respect, appreciation for and for what he did for this organization, thirties tenures manager On And well, I was thrilled with the fact that he is still around. But Jerry can unite a lot of time thinking this through in terms ofthe fit going for and we don't feel that at this times with this team, and we're at war. The best way to get to the next level. We didn't feel like he writes it now. Jerry call up directly this morning to share that information with him directly out of respect for him, because obviously we understand the nature of things is a beast. A rampant speculation immediately and then be fair to have his name out. There are the speculum. So again, That's the only way this again out of respect for Ozzy. That's the only person I'm going to come forward here. If you can't be in a front, uh, plan went into part of this consideration. I think I like that. I like that. They did that. Like instead of like, I like the fact that they told Ozzy that he wasn't in their plans. If he's not going to be in your place. Don't let him along. I think if if that was their decision that making that phone call sooner rather than later, I think was the right thing. Yeah, with the fan bases Well s so what are the attributes He's looking for? This was really good and like there's a weird article out there by Bob Nightengale. Who is saying that the Sox intend to talk to Tony LaRussa Jack McKeon is going to get. I think an interview after Tony Yeah, I mean, we We have chuckled at that. We hope that that's not the case. But as you listen to Rick Hahn Describe what he's looking for. Listen to it because I think they want someone who is experienced. With recent experience. Remember Tony LaRussa hasn't managed in a decade. So listen to what Rick Hahn explains what he's looking for. I don't think I'm gonna get into too much detail in terms of specific That's abuse. I don't want Teo. Say anything that's going to influence will hear from any candidates. When we go through this process, I will say that this is an opportunity for us as an organization. We've been somewhat insular in terms of our managerial Iran over the last 70 years. This is an opportunity for us to speak to individuals with other organizations that have had success. And learn from that and get their sort of outsider objective perspective on our organization. Ultimately, I think the Best candidate or the ideal candidate is going to be someone who has experience. With the championship organization in recent years. Recent October experience with the championship organization will be ready and you know that. Over the next several weeks will diligently pursue who's on our list. Recent October experience, and there are two guys out there who recently suspended for their roles in the Houston Astros Cheating scandal. A. J. Hinch was their manager who's won 100 games a few times with the Astros manager of the year, a World Series he's been in two world Siri's. Very accountable for what he how he did not shut down the cheating situation. Yes, and we have that fight where we could play in a minute. The other one is Alex Cora, who was the bench coach. In Houston when that happened and was one of the guys heavily involved with Carlos Beltran in the way that they did. Cheat and develop that whole thing. And then he went on to manage the red sacks who won a world Siri's under his guidance. And remember, Joey Cora was in the White sacks organization for a lot of years. So you have guys like Cora and Henshaw are out. There are Sox fans wanting to hire one of those two guys. 312332377 on the topic also of Rincon. If you're a Sox fan, Chris, you're a Sox fan and Tana Diehard Sox fans. Out there. Are you anything but thrilled with what you've seen from your man in charge. Baseball decisions like you've got a ton of young talent and you've got a lot of it locked up in a reasonable price, which will allow you to go out and spend money. On your starting rotation. You've made a decision. At the top step of your dugout, which most I think Sox fans were hoping for. Like it's been.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Change the world yeah so it is but when I get to this is that something was going on they didn't want the public to know about so the best way to just get rid of the stories to say Hey wasn't real fake these people are hallucinating they weren't there all the middle of this you know this this strange by percent it is that you know this this strike you type you know this is the area and they all had some sort of psychogenic problems or psychosis they're dealing with it it it should be more like unknown mystery of perhaps and and and and some sort rather than any home good shown when I like to talk to you soon thank you so much Tony yeah I see that's the thing is that you know there's whenever you see movements like this where they want to gas like the public I worry that there is a cover up you know when when when Google and Facebook are like freaking out because people are posting quote conspiracy theories that are harmful to people creating mass hysteria as they will who they harming if they're trying to inform people about possibilities with this disease came all yeah they're hurting China's with hurting hurting the Chinese market hurting their investors is the only reason why they're saying this because otherwise it would be a bad thing yeah everybody be out like I said I believe we all just coming on say there's seems to be some sort of component of HIV in this disease I don't know if it's true or not but it's coming for saying something we have people talking about the Wuhan lab and and and talk about the Canadian lab that we were talking about this ourselves you know what is the purpose of of this this disease it's it's a bio warfare agent now who knows what the motive is that if we can find motive right a bio warfare agent was use I don't have it myself I just know that what I know about gaining a function exercises and.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The evening commute Tony yeah we likely will be leading with storms and traffic traffic it due to the severe weather if you are new to news that a six point five W. D. B. O. you just heard that dean or tone some people call it doing some people call it a tone that's the storm's center sounder that is an indication that there is severe weather in the area any time you hear that dean or tone hearing news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. that's an indication of severe weather we will jump on the air tell you everything you need to know where the storm is which direction it's moving and what you need to know in fact meteorologist George Walden burger is with us now to give you all of that information George this severe thunderstorm warning only affect till three thirty hopefully what do you have for us yeah that is the that is it for orange county Seminole county Lake County three thirty severe thunderstorm warning the threats here with this storm which is really right over lake Apopka right now are going to be the threats are going to be quarter size hail and sixty mile per hour wind gusts okay to move to the northeast a pretty good clip so it's about to move into paradise sites in Apopka so that also includes a four twenty nine maybe if you're about to get on the four twenty nine through a co we parasites Apopka hold off on that okay let that store pass before you get on the four twenty nine in that zone it won't take long I'll take you know maybe five or ten minutes to pass for twenty nine but let it pass first before you jump on then the storm is gonna head toward for city then what kind of a springs and then grow later Mary and then toward the western sections of Sanford so it's going to kind of move right up I for as you head toward lake Munro and then eventually sold together heading toward to bury in Deltona so having a good population or high population concentration on the northwest side of the metro again one of the threats here hail these are hill producing thunderstorms so we're watching for hail around paradise heights south Apopka pop Boulevard for thirty six were meets for forty one in Apopka and then he sending it right over St Lake Road toward what kind of a springs road here right as you head toward the state park there so that's going to be one of the main threats as a lot of lighting with this it is a quick downpour as well this this thing is most definitely producing hail because I'm looking down and seeing it intensified as we speak get it quickly moving storm to the northeast around thirty five miles per hour and looks like we have had an adjustment to the warning right now still until three thirty but it looks like it's been kind of extended a little bit farther to the east I'm going out live updates here so I for between Heathrow and Altamonte springs that zone of ifor is under the severe thunderstorm warning and in the south sections of lake merry so again looking at this strong as part of the thunderstorm pushing toward paradise heights with the threat of hail also a lot of lightning downpours and also a threat for sixty mile per hour winds and you know Tony that can do a little bit of damage that can blow around your garbage cancel out your lawn ornaments you can snap some of the larger limbs on your trees and of course it can cause minor damage yeah absolutely George and I'm looking at rain this a yeah I'm looking at storm cells as far north and west as the villages lady lake wild wood and then as far east as kill Edgewater new Smyrna moving out to the coast so again it is not one main concentrated storms three four five maybe individual storms moving across the area yeah you're right if you individual storms there each strong and what's interesting about this Tony Bennett it's not uncommon is that these are ahead of the main storm system I think that's what gene was alluding to when I first jump down I put my you're set your phones on and I could hear him talking and he was talking about all these thunderstorms were ahead of the cold front the cold front is still a ways away and talk in the panhandle so anytime we get these thunderstorms developing ahead of the front there tapped into that warm and humid air even outside you know how humid it is you know you walk outside you think is it December because it's just so steamy outside the humidity is really what the storms are taking advantage of when they you know build their clouds out and when they form into the strong thunderstorms so where it watching these storms we're gonna have to watch this one though the one that has a warning as it moves right toward right through Apopka and actually right toward Altamonte springs in Heathrow so this is going to be a long lasting storm watch it over the next hour toward Sanford but right now the severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for parasites Apopka the northern sections of Altamonte springs up toward lake merry until three thirty one all right George you're you're you're making it sound like it this could go beyond three thirty the severe storm warning we'll have to watch yeah there's a there's a couple possibilities here we have to watch another storm farther to the north we'll see if that goes severe that once of closer to deleon springs and Pearson and could eventually track north of Daytona beach that's a possibility as well no warning with that we'll see if that does and then this storm right now again it is a feisty storm in a strong and it is not out of the realm of possibilities for us to get another warning out of this that would go past three thirty for more areas in Seminole county and then eventually Volusia county so we're gonna keep watch with you Tony and will jump on we'll give you updates throughout the day but you're doing a good job covering this letting people know that you know people are trying to finish up their work day and the strong thunderstorms have been right through northwest Orlando Apopka all the way toward long would and he throw IT severe weather center nine meteorologist George Walden burger George thank you as always George will be back in a little bit for another update but again if you are just tuning in the National Weather Service in Melbourne issuing a severe thunderstorm warning for northwestern Orange County that is really where the storm is concentrated now paradise heights lake Apopka Apopka Altamonte springs if it is not raining where you are right now it will be raining there soon I cannot emphasize enough in gene Wexler is here with me in the in the storm center but the we have several spotty storms and they're moving from the southwest to the northeast so they're crossing across crossing I for crossing the four seventeen going to be crossing the beats line a lot of rain on I ninety five already will get to Jackie o'brien in the traffic center in a moment but again if you don't see rain where you are now you will probably see it soon and it is going to get even rougher on I four from what George Waldburger just told you Italian from what I'm seeing two there's do you see the other storm cell that forms right by plans right now it's under the a popular one that that because the alert I feel like that one is gonna start sweeping through open and winter garden co E. it's gonna start going through those areas and it may be up to Eatonville because it looks like it's on a diag diagonal path going northeast yes so that's that you know that might spark its own alert that might keep this going past for three thirty I want to clarify something with the the Bing bong tones stony where is my no the Ding dong anything now told us that the weather could be bad it might be bad yes so that the at the Bing bongs actually mean that the weather is bad not it could be bad you know as I just want to clarify that when you hear the Bing bongs that means the weather is bad in our area and not ride pending I did say that indicates severe weather is in the area right right exactly whenever we have any sort of severe weather in our metro area that's when the Bing bongs go off all right so we sent it over to Jackie o'brien the safe touch security trouble traffic center yeah most likely going to be a rough Tuesday afternoon ride yeah he didn't even with this right now we've got a vehicle fire right in the middle of five five.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Your legs heal in varicose veins away the hemorrhage go away the aneurysms go away and this and the wrinkles go away so you look like you're if you're seventy you look like you're forty let's go to Joe Long Island New York K. Joseph go ahead recently a billionaire Japanese guy booked a trip to go around the moan and paid for it so if you were a consultant for the space program or the space tourism that might be coming up I'll believe it when I say it and assuming these people are often space for about a week what would you recommend for them so I was willing to have the people who were space travelers need the same ninety essential nutrients as everybody else and so maybe more so that he's saying all the stresses of the what's going on but they I would give them the biggest hammer or toolbox which is a healthy brain heart ACT one per hundred pounds of body weight I have to take the dishes capsules are all the nice in plus which it helps with the metabolism of the brain they need to have aids they can maintain the the brain properly so I don't get to mention this and and that'll cover it for a couple weeks they strip but you know for long term they need to throw in a few other things such as MSM and vitamin D. three to make sure all my god yeah their bones are doing good in his second sunlight that's for sure yeah let's go to Tom for text and tweet what he got Tommy from Susie in fort Lauderdale what is the doctor recommend for toenail health toenails wealth interesting well Tony health is and just bring up song is Tony yeah I don't know how to do the same as in healthy or no health here health connective tissue and so again I would go ahead and and and take one healthy brain heart attack as our biggest hammer in the toolbox okay one healthy brain heart attack per hundred pounds of body weight here all the bad stuff to maximize absorption fried foods impresses me is no wiles of gluten we brother and notes that would also take in that M..

"tony yeah" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on WTVN

"Me into the city. I came in nineteen seventy four and have maintained that love and affection through all these years they're the ones that I should be getting back to rather than they give to me after signing off for the Reds radio network for the final time Brenda was honored with an on field ceremony yesterday Reds without Marty close out the season Pittsburgh this weekend and hockey the blue jackets to two and one in the pre season will be at home against New Jersey tonight from the central high on the dealer sports desk medical use radio six ten W. TV at six ten WTVN it is time for another half price woke up this one makes me smile big I've been here about the T. A. T. for a long time Mike it's great to see I mean the family you're just tell me there's four or is it five family that's always at the restaurant there's always five at the restaurant yeah there's my mom and dad my two sisters Michelle Marianne and my uncle tone uncle Tony is the guy I see when I walk in the door Tony yeah I mean I know there's different kinds of Italian and all that stuff but when I went real Italian I want to feel good about eating it I wanted to Love Me I wanna love it this is comfort food at its core it is comfort food we we stick to the basics and that's what the people like yeah and yeah I mean you're ninety years celebration next month so this is real tried and true recipe absolutely we're the oldest Italian restaurant in Columbus and when did the first pizza come on the scene because I know you guys were first with that but we were the first to serve pizza in nineteen twenty nine you do it right there yeah so you you got to be such a part of so many people's lives absolutely I I meet people and and they tell me all yeah when when I was a teenager we went there after the games and we're talking when they're back in the in the nineteen forties nineteen fifties whatever night I hear stories all the time about that that got him if it's really good to hear that's really good so with the ninetieth celebration coming up next month the blow the lid off you doing a bunch of special stuff what's going on October twenty second which is a Tuesday through the Friday of that week we're going to run a couple specials we have more the Kerry out specials. you have a a six inch poor boy for ninety cents limit for what yep way way way way way way way I'm gonna be able to buy food that's good for ninety seven ninety cents. four six inch bore bore I've heard is specials before but I'm afraid you're gonna lose your Heinie on that deal that's incredible and well and for dine in where are filling offering a salad and spaghetti and bread for nine dollars here we go an incredible deal today at the T. A. T. you know what corner a James in Livingston forty dollars I'll sell it to you right now for just twenty at six ten WTVN dot.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"If it's the same with the playboy you know what I mean like my dad. I'll put it back in the same place and have one but my neighbors did when I babysat and they went back like they came out of that he kept them Re v and Ronnie just the Babysit Reading Ronnie and their dad had that playboy and it was under the sink in the bathroom cabinet of like the spare bathroom bathroom in the back and I would open that thing and I would take that thing out use he use tweezers to turn the page this. You're gonNA have one hour. Yes yes right armed guard at the front door. I'm sitting a little cubicle. He would watch me. Replace it back in the box. No one cares anymore. Tony's got <hes> quick question. Tony Yeah going on not much like comment about your previous little story. You know I believe firmly in carrying cash on you being that I'm twenty three in the I._R._S. is after me. Heavily that I said so basically can't get bank town but other than that I do have a question for you. <hes> hold on you can't can't get a blank of a bank account. This is Tony Montana <hes> okay well. I can get a bank account but it's like I already know the I._R._S.. After me for only about four hundred fifty dollars but if I opened up a veins on my man you know you've got six fifty dollars down and I just know they're going to liquidate as soon as I put it in all right trouble. What's your question? My question is I'm turning twenty four on Monday so I can't and the I've worked as a bouncer at a nightclub and Goodall Saint Cloud Minnesota and I worked weekends. You know that's the busiest time of the week and my girlfriend keeps getting thing that she has something planned for me on Saturday night so I was just wondering how old is too old to like actually like give yourself to a birthday party or something like that. I know it's not necessarily for me to feel good. It's more for like people that care about me to feel good but like I really need to make some talking money. You know what I mean also I. I don't have money. I don't know that you should ever give yourself a birthday party. I feel like your parents do it when you're young and then as you transition your friends girlfriends friends bounce or whatever I don't know. I don't think it's ever okay to throw yourself a party. Well not okay but I'm not a fan of throwing yourself so I don't know that there's ever one but then is there a cutoff. I'm GonNa meet you halfway because for many years here's in my twenties. I had a softball birthday party but it was excused again my friends together drink beer and play softball. We've had that I agree Tony. You're in that transitional period where you shouldn't be celebrating yourself but to get your friends together and how Dire Damn candle the softball game gender thing. It's not like here's the catch here's attached to pay. I'm a recovering heroin addict right and I haven't actually enjoy a birthday. They probably eight years of my life and I do not the love of my wife's overdue right and she decides that I deserve actually enjoy birthday not like Dave like just melds into every day in the week. She wants to actually really like celebrate..

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"tony yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A little bit about the economy because i thought everything was hunky dory and then all of a sudden i'm reading some notes from bank like for example thirty nine percent of americans say the economy is not so good or poor i'm seeing another story from yahoo financing the economic confidence among chief executive officers at u._s. small mid sized businesses stumbled in the second quarter and they don't think things are looking very good and some of that has to do with the tariff situation and what else is going on here what's all pulling pulling down if we've had happy news for quite a while you look at the data tony yes the economy is doing well fifty years but when you talk to people on the street you get a different read a lot of that is just kitchen table economics for people that are living paycheck to paycheck they haven't had a raise in a couple of years they're not buying into this idea that the economy's The recent slump we see not only in consumer confidence in business. that traces back to what we're seeing with trade disputes tariff all that uncertainty consumer concerned about the economy of business owner that's concerned about the economy they're not gonna spend they're not gonna hire those things kind of become headwinds to economic situation we're in right now well obviously last night in the debates that was something that democrats tried to tap into it's not about yes people are some people are doing well but not all people are doing well but try to lift all boats that kind of thing that may or may not you know have some thing to do with the next election we don't know but it does it seem to be true to you that just what you're saying that a lot of americans are feeling this big turnaround that we've seen this this shift i mean you know there were america's then have jobs two years ago the now have jobs at least the job situation is significantly better but when you look at things like emergency savings we see not only a lack of progress but in the black twelve months a step backward so people's preparedness for an economic downturn or recession has actually receded that savings talked about this some show number times savings has really been the achilles heel of people security in their keenly aware of that and i think that two factors into how they feel about the economy they haven't been able to put more money away or make progress financial standpoint that that two ways on their outlook in their assessment for how good the economy and of course that's where we get into this fix of how much of it is personal responsibility the fault of somebody to have a six year degree program where they have been loan debt and how much of it is really not being able to turn around with a college degree and have a job that justifies them going you know where they went scholar why they went to school for their degree You know, I look, you know, be on college degree because. unemployment rate is higher for those that don't have a degree earning have been slower to ride for those that don't have a degree those that have a degree the unemployment rate is much lower you know a lot of fields if you're in the right field they can't hire i mean the fact is we got more open jobs economy than we do unemployed people and the reason for that big gap is it skills gap that we don't have enough people with their skills certification education so he i think for those that that you know they they get a degree in field that's in high demand they themselves are becoming high demand and they can command higher income but those that are racking up six figures where the debt to get a degree in anthropology i you know i don't have a whole lot of answers for that one all right greg mcbride thanks so much bankrate.com well said twenty minutes after we've got to get to break when we come back home check of sports college baseball world series of major league baseball in more on the way taste the legendary flavor of the double our bar burger at lloyd rogers were talking full quarter pound piece to that american cheese then top at all with sliced and seared smithfield a._m. but on partner you're not doing yet head out to the fixings bar and put your own brand it it's the quarter pound double are barred bird holy yet roy rogers always a cut above.

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"tony yeah" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Dropped their first game of the season. They are now one and one as the series with the cardinals all even two more games to go tomorrow and Sunday before the season opening series comes to an end four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line brewers manager Craig council meeting with the media not that long ago. He opened up his press conference this evening, really talking about the performance of starting pitcher, Freddie, Peralta. I thought the first there is you. In the first sitting there was definitely some pitches that go his way, and maybe we get out of it with. Less pitches. I think just an easier ending instead of. The thirty whatever phone calls to forty pitch any you can get a little easier. But. You know, he he was he was scattered. He was scattered with his fastball. And then so it got him into trouble. And they took some close benches, and they weren't called. And they ended up making them work. Pretty good. Skuld schmidt. Having. I mean that was I mean that pitch was Freddie, missed his location badly. But it was probably a ball. I think it was probably but. Had a great night. In your home runs. For those guys know the Williams pitches. A slider middle. Not a good pitch. I'm drawn a blank on the other one Jacob Barnes one same thing. Yeah. Natural walk who said. Not wanting hurt me. Trying to win the game. There's a base open logical thing to do. Craig worse for you know, there's good hitters challenge is a lot more. What about his name? Accents such a difficult out. Well, yeah. I mean, he definitely got us today. You know, we're we're just gonna have to make better pitches. We didn't they didn't make good enough pitchers today. And the the good hitters a great hitters. You know, they the margin for error is is far more slim, and we just. Once in a while they're gonna hit it at a tough pitch outside. I think he did that on Freddie, and the first bad. But when he's when those guys are locked in the mistakes are, you know, they're they're likely to get hit hard brazos Thermo. Okay. Yeah. He's fun. Yeah. Say I thought he was safe. You know, it we had a bunch of those last year where it's, you know, you're you're wondering what are we doing? What are we looking at? And what does it take to call overturned? So I don't I'm not sure Alan confused me. At chase. Licensed game action. Him. I thought chase through the ball. Very well. So I mean, especially the second inning. I thought he started got good gone. Fastballs started going to the right spots. The spun the ball, really good. So. It's what I expected I wasn't necessarily concern. I think we'll have to see how you know. I think the key really is how does he bounce back? That's that's probably the most important thing about tonight is when is he feel like he can really go out there and do it again. Freddie, going asteroid Acadia the cover of Tony. Yeah. This guy. We did you know. We get through the sixth and it's a one run game. And it's you know, we're we're in a pretty good spot. You know, we're we're we're in a good good good shape for tomorrow. But now Matt Albers came into a tough spot. And now we got out of it. Just giving up one run a nice job. You're throwing a lot of guys out there. And a lot of guys going gonna have a good night. Ryan's homework was a big moment. See Flaherty relate taking his time. Yeah. The whole game. Everybody was taking their time. I think. That's probably should strike that from the record. From Ryan swing. Yeah. No. I mean, it's. Look, I mean, it is specially look in behind Christian is going to be a big challenge. And you're going to have lots of spots like that. And he's he's definitely capable of it. But it's getting off to a good start is always a good feeling and take making a swing change. And then producing some results in the first couple games is good feedback for him to know that it's some that's gonna stick because you've seen for so long. How can you best describe the change? You know, I think it's really a change to you know, I I noticed the change in ball flight and batting practice. That's the best way to describe it for me. How I see it. His intent is to be able to cover more parts of the strike zone. And maybe different parts of the strike zone that he thinks he's being he's been pitched to a law, and I think. So that's. You're starting from a very talented header. So it's a good place to start. But that's that's Indian any attention just to get. In and through in the zone and stay in his own longer. Like like every hidden wants to do bruise manager Craig council meeting with the media just a little while go downstairs here at Miller park brewers fall to the cardinals by a nine five score. How did it all go down? We'll tell you what the highlights. 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"tony yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tony yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Smith. Am I saying that bulletin hoses better Costa ten Tony? Yes. That's no disrespect to dantonio. I think they're booted. It is so damn good that without him the Greek freak would not be an MVP candidate not top too. But I think with Mike, Dan, Tony James harden would have been an MVP candidate see the difference. Okay. What anybody says this is how I feel about the Stephen a Smith show weekdays at one on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Larry, missouri. Previously. That is in little river, South Carolina. How do they justify people like Pearl? Kikoko what I want you to specifically tell me what has happened that. Was that shows that Bruce Pearl has violated NCWA legislation doesn't coach? No, no, you're you're giving me you're not giving me. A fact relating to Bruce Pearl. You're giving me and you can say Bruce Pearl may of us poor judgment in hiring him. But you can't you can't say Bruce Pearl committed a transgression because she hired somebody who ended up growing going astray. Until it's proven the Bruce Pearl knew about these things. And if you go to jail for three years. Should we throw away the key issue back into society? Paul finebaum show weekdays at three eastern on the ESPN app and on the SEC network. Will Cain show. I've seen what young guys can come in. And do ask yourself this right here is Luca Don-Shik top fifty player in the NBA. No brainer. Yes. Do you have a good debate? Is trae young a top fifty player named gay right now. The answer is probably. Yes. So fluke. Dante trae young can do that..

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"tony yeah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"tony yeah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This week. Turn down rigatoni. He turned down Rica. Tony. Yeah. I offered him free rigatoni. He said, no to hire Filipino call center. Four dollars an hour. I heard about that yet. Absolutely, ladies and gentlemen. It's Doug hockey. What's going on what's cracking? What's percolate you're talking about? But you can't even CBS more disappearing right in front of your eyes with this diet Amman. Oh is that what it is? I think so. Yeah. Energy fuel a good feel good. But still I made my New Year's resolutions. And I'm I'm still holding holding steadfast revealing good IT, you have a glass of grass trimmings there. Yes. I do a little nectar green drink here. Absolutely had one every day. I think since the new year that's incredible business idea. Literally go in and just wring out lawnmower issue. And people will buy it. But you gotta protein shot in there too. So a little bit of like chicken, breast, juice. Oh is that what they do is? They just. Yeah. No, they do not purely fruits and vegetables that it's making me feel good the weights coming off and lost since the beginning of the year down. Why start a little bit before the beginning of the year? But I'm down fifteen pounds. I started about a week before congratulations fifteen pounds and been been working out of doors theory every day and stricken by man, honestly, you're doing a great job on this. But you really cheating because I know what's coming up this coming week. Well, yeah, I gotta I gotta go to the doctor get a physical, my yearly physical. And so. Yeah. Would it be at from Breyer afraid of the results? You're doing a nine to five thing at the male clinic the full comprehensive. Yes, I'm going to be there for the full day. Yeah. I don't know what they're gonna find. I hope I hope nothing and hope I can just just cruise on by tell you what give me fifteen hundred dollars. And I'll tell you your cholesterol's a little bit high cholesterol has always been good. I've never had cholesterol. Your blood pressure's a little bit high blood pressure is high. Yes, you're fatty oils are probably high. Did a lot of fat on me. So I would imagine. They're going to need to work out more and you need to eat better. Yeah. But I've been working out the bunch up tell you what they put me on the treadmill. I'm excited to get on that treadmill? Okay. Let's go. Let's do this. I don't know though, that's kinda cheating. Shouldn't you go for your yearly physical and not clean up the body? Like, shouldn't you go in as you're going to be for the other eleven months out of the year? It's like going to the dentist when I go to the dentist. I don't floss. Do want. You want him to see how it's going to be. Hey, this is this is me take it or leave it ducks doing right now is the equivalent of showing somebody your house having your house appraised and going through in fixing all the cracks. The crack is still there each just you filled it in with plaster, and you covered it up. So that the inspector doesn't see this is this is a life change a life choice and a lifestyle change. How many times have you made this lifestyle change this one? This was pretty easy. Actually, this was not too bad. I've been been doing the intermittent fasting, which did you notice he didn't answer my question. How many times have you made a lifestyle change? And committed to it. No. That's what I'm saying two thousand seventeen two thousand sixteen two thousand fifteen fourteen and look and look where I would be if I didn't do at least at least month. I'd probably be plus three hundred fifty s again, dude, I'm I'm happy. I haven't been to fifties in a long time, then your linebacker now. You're no longer on the offensive line. Goes you get down to twenty. I wanna be down at two hundred twenty pounds by the end of the year. That's where I'm at. That would be gosh I'd have to make a lifestyle. Trimmings. No, I'm not going to drink grass trimmings picked him up some the other day. You hate vegetables. I don't know. Yeah. Not a big fan of the vegetable I'll eat broccoli in some things like that. But, you know, corn maybe, but no green peppers or you're welcome to come. With me. To the mayo clinic on Monday if you want. No, no, you don't wanna know. What's going on inside? You know? It's a lot better. Not to know. Don't you think? Yes. I agree. I mean, it's like. It's like you drive your car around. And yes, it squeaks a little bit. I didn't need to know that it needs a fifteen hundred dollar repair because it's still drives me from point to point B. But what if something is this something that you could catch early that's wrong? And if you work on it now, it's going to. You're talking common sense. I get it. But you just don't want to know. Actually kinda nervous about it. Because I've never done. I've always gotten physicals check the blood. You see where you're at. But I've never done something like this where it's an all day. You know, they're they're checking everything they're doing. What do you? Call ultrasounds and go to hear pregnant. The heartbroken civility. I. You get to hear the heartbeat a debate school. So we'll see that's going to be fine. Nervous about it. I'm not gonna lie. You know, you go in there. First thing in the morning and take your urine and blood samples, and the nice thing is it's all day. And you get all the results that day. So they like instant. So then you beat with the doctors, and they tell you where you should be in what you're doing. And what's good? What's bad? And so, yeah, I'll I'll have to see how that goes it took wind up being a two day appointment. It could be it's seven months out there seven months out for it. It's called the executive physical, and it it took me seven months. I think it was back in June. Is when I but I missed the first available date was was Monday. So yeah, I'm looking I'm looking forward to people come from all around the world to to go there. I mean, we we take for granted in our in our own backyard and Scottsdale here, we have one of the best hospitals in the world know, the male clinic is is renowned. It's it's unbelievable. So yes, I'm very nervous about it. But I'm excited also to see where I where I sit and what I did to do in order to to be healthier. All right. Putting a note on the calendar. Do not come into work on Tuesday. Either that or he's gonna wind up because he's been doing it for the last month. The snacks are horrible dot com. Yeah. So so lucky I bought by snacks. I buy snacks for the office. I don't participate. I haven't eaten any. Pretty darn good. No, they're they're dried broccoli chips. No, those are the veggie straws over g struts wonderful. I thought California was bad from going from plastic to paper. We veggie strode about the string cheese you like to string cheese. I haven't tried the string cheese. Yeah. What's as the right? That as a kid. I would eat some of that. I just had to go first time yesterday. And it was delicious. Wonderful. If you need about forty of them. That's the problem. I went over to Doug's house the other day, and he was he literally was counting down until he could eat a string cheese one. And not only that. But he kept asking me. How long has it been since? I went pee last time. I'm like about ten minutes. He said, okay. I gotta go again. Yeah. He was detoxing. See this whole system. Yeah. I'm I'm trying to be in the best shape as I possibly can going forward. So I've been drinking a gallon. You are in the best shape round. Speaking. Did you at a couple of bucks? Fast. Speaking of detoxing, here's something you need to do before your physical need to drink sixteen ounces of celery juice, sixteen ounces of celery, juice. It completely cleans you out. And I mean, cleans you out. I don't know. I don't want to be playing there. We've got about a minute left here where we got coming up on the shelf. We're gonna talk about real estate. What's going on? I got some good stories to tell you been tell you what we been buying a lot of houses. January seems to be the month that people like to move. Absolutely. Our leads are going through the roof. I mean, they're Chris our guy who gets the phone is Suzy hangs up one. Another one's coming in. And he's got he's got to four. These stress right now he stressed right now, I've got some listings that are hitting the market yet. We have some listings next week that.

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