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Williams, Hunter lead Purdue past No. 20 Ohio State 67-60
"Purdue was a sixty seven sixty winner against number twenty Ohio state is Trevi on Williams contributed sixteen points nine rebounds and a career high eight assists in his second game coming off the bench the Boilermakers were just good enough in the second half when they methodically extended the lead to fifty nine forty five courtesy of Eric Connors three pointer with eight thirty six to play the Buckeyes never got closer than six the rest of the way Williams says he likes how they closed out the win who's executing plays at the end of the game and you know everything just when you do the right things and you do a job you know the game will work for you hi Jr had a season best fifteen points to help Matt painter beat a ranked team for the fiftieth time in sixteen seasons with the Boilermakers coach I'm Dave Ferrie
"trevi" Discussed on KOMO
"Now, for the propellant assurance money update almost 14 million Americans will be getting interest payments from the federal government. The IRS says taxpayers who filed last year's tax return on time and we're set to get a refund will get the payments. The average amount is about $18 Tax Day was pushed back this year due to the pandemic. The empty hotels in Hawaii could stay that way until the end of next month. ABC is Meghan Trevi. Zia has the latest on the Corona virus in the U. S in New York City. People coming in from states on the travel advisory list must sign a quarantine format hotels in short term rentals before they're issued Keys. Hawaii is now postponing tourism until October, 1st. After seeing covert cases spike Despite strict quarantine measures, schools across the country are struggling with how to move forward to Iowa State finding 175 cases in its first week after testing students moving into residence halls. Fed exes announcing a holiday season price increase on some home deliveries and packages, surcharges and fees will be put in place as FedEx. Says they're dealing with higher operating costs. Ah $1 per package surcharge will be implemented throughout most of November and December through the company's home delivery service. Fed ex Smart post that there will be $2 for each package between November 30th and December 6 while streets to the Dow is up about 90 points at 87, 27,067 S and P 500 up three. The NASDAQ is up. About one coming up. Next we'll check traffic and weather for you. And then time for the question in our trivia contest here in the Northwest world, asking the same questions. When will it end? What.
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"trevi" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Cheesy daddy to you. New Jersey, where a 1.5 news time 807 Now New Jersey one on 1.5 Install weather looks like our weather generally is going to stay pretty hot for the next 24 hours. We begin to cool off a little bit by the end of the week, a little more seasonable, with some rain chances, moving in for Friday in the weekend. Tonight's low in the low seventy's Just a few clouds a chance of a few scattered rain showers on Thursday. Eyes in a low nineties inland upper eighties at the shore some rain early Friday, then some clearing expected high of 85 to 90. And it looks a little unsettled this weekend. A few scattered thunderstorms are possible Saturday and Sunday with highs in the mid to upper eighties will not be a washout. I'm meteorologist Mark Thibodeau, where Town 83 Hoboken 83 West Windsor, 80 for download our mobile app for breaking traffic weather in news alerts into your smartphone. It's free from New Jersey, one on 1.5 New Jersey one A 1.5 Our own radio station in New York not Philadelphia. Proud to be New Jersey, New Jersey Chime time is eight or nine. I'm Steve Travel, ese. I'm Steve. Trevor Lee's Yeah. Yeah, we'll be talking to 11 o'clock tonight. Why you got so much talk about Trevi is coming up a 10 music movies Television, New Jersey and New Jersey one on 1.5 We may be losing baseball, but for you, I hope you up with out of the park baseball, 2021 downloads where you can play baseball. You can draft players build your team anyway. You want.
"trevi" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"You feel you want to incorporate in your life on a day-to-day level. Take it to the next tax. Level whether for yourself for your children or fear friends or maybe have a business but i don't know if that's the case then you need to invest and i think that willing occurred every single day is the best way to do it. I have like like those links store. Plastic storage bins like gallon just filled journals of cherub wolves chair readings so yeah i have journals of like books bound just like my daily tarot bulls and then when i wasn't bullying and writing in the journal i started tweeting like what i but also there was a time day. It was a time stamp and it was just an archives almost as i said that we're just reporting of at this moment is what i was going through and you can make even as something as simple as that it's you you know a little quaint into it and every penny adds up over time and it makes the difference and why what also using twitter i feel as so awesome because especially if you make it like brian you don't have to share with the rest of the world at least something just for you buy you can see like on this day day. I pulled the devil card and i pulled the tower card and i pooled <hes> disaster card and you know i just can't pulling it every day. Instead instead of it for a week instead of panicking i stayed open to it and then a week and a half later. I saw that i broke free from an addiction because because i saw i lost you know you know chunk of money because of my this thing that has a hold on me and then afterwards then you have the judgment cartoon the ace of cups and you just keep on that. It's like because of this moment where i broke free which it seems negative but <unk> actually won. The best english never happened to that being said. There's no such thing i always say this. There's no such thing as all bad like terrorists not bad a if the person listen is using it as bad then you're going to be bad because the reflection of you on what is that you're trying to lynn by. There is no such thing as bad or good. It just is what it is. It's not that goes outside of tarot. That's in spirit and the universe laws of the universe. There is no all good all that is what it is there shadow and then there's light shadow sides are not you know a bad thing to look at our to examine in fact. It's a good thing to embrace it. The same thing with the light were so how easy being like this is the good me feeling bad. Just look at that. Don't look just like working with now young list out unsan now. It's okay to be have those moments of chaotic or chaos. That's what is looks like this was. Humanism is <hes> now so tara's reflection the ultimately but you'll see that as you develop the relationship between the cards. I am an essential oil clean. I douse anyone that comes within five feet of me and i- diffuse the shit out of any environment that i- men man and i just love it it creates like a spa moment every where i go which hey we deserve the truth. He is my go to at the trevi. Create essential oil products that help you live more naturally and a very sophisticated way. They're diffusers are beautiful. So we're the their oils goals. They have carrier oils as well. Their products are designed to elevate your beauty your body and home rituals so so simple moments that just turned into like i said those moments those wellness moments and.
"trevi" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Doc wallet back on coast to coast. Hey, doc. Welcome back. Thank you so much, George, it's always good to be with you and appreciated the birthday party. That was fun. I know I had a great time up there. It was great the years, you're clicking by doc. We got to slow down. Can we do it with supplementation? Oh, absolutely. The, the guy. By in England, who is kind of the expert on longevity says people living today, many will live to be thousand years of age. Okay. Debris is guy's name and he's, you know, fit many, many years. And is there seven things we are in charge of, and we deal with these things appropriately. There will be many, many people who are alive today will be alive thousand years from now, and so social security will love to hear that, right. I love that doc. I've got emails flowing in, like crazy. Tom's getting texts tweets. We'll take calls pretty soon a next hour as well. Okay. But I did get a heart warming Email in from someone who wanted to just thank you for the advice. You've been giving us over the years. And then she wrote that her sister is suffering from glaucoma. What can she do about that? Okay. We'll go on Cuomo, of course where you have pressure in the eye, and which want to do is think of this is almost like a vascular thing, and they gotta get rid of the bad stuff because it inflammation, which causes plugging into little blood vessels in the eye so that the circulation is improper. And so also, you want to make sure the skull is. Okay. So there's no pressure on the optic nerve. When you have honesty posted to the skull puts pressure on the optic nerves optic nerve and Trevi o N A, and you can get glaucoma and graduate. A loss of vision pressure, shutting off the blood flow into the eye. And so you gotta look in those things. And so I like to get people off all the bad foods. Get rid of inflammation. No fried foods, no process meets no oils. Gluten those sugars then I like this really in one healthy brain and heart pack for hundred pounds of body weight to support, it's our biggest hammer in the toolbox. It supports the Mainzer. Pair of all tissues body has equipment to do to just needs. Some raw materials to make it happen. So she helped healthy and heart pack. And then specifically for the I we have the accusative comes in biles thirty capsules need, again, one bottle per hundred pounds of body weight. There's one capsule per one hundred hundred ninety eight and then you want to make sure that the skull is in bad shape. There's no osteoperosis go. So I like throw in the vitamin d three three of those capsules twice, and they were a hundred pounds of body weight. You throw in the MSM three of those twice a day. One hundred pounds of body weight is one bottle of because big bowls, and your body's able to do some great things for the I in the brain and skull silver. What is when, when one turns their neck, you hear a crack? What's what's going on there? Well, you can have your Jenner disc is easing. Hipbones Pershing osteoperosis of the vertebrae lot of stuff going on. Because all your bones are susceptible to as approaches are tried his bone Spurs. And of course, this contractor has come in. They do a great job in making those kinds of diagnoses and, and adjusting things and taking the pressure off. And of course, we told the healthy bone and joint pack, it gives the body when it needs to support maintenance repair of cartilage, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bone makes bone cell and also has a topical pain relief, Colosseum cream and your ply that to your neck and it will for a couple of hours of relief. It just comfort in the swelling and inflammation, the popping and cracking and you can apply it several times a day. And after a month or so your body has been able to repair it self using these raw materials, and so you don't need to even add the topical pain relief anymore, as people age doc, are their bones. Do they get more brutal? Only if your nutritionally deficient, osteoporosis, and arthritis and things that are social aging have nothing to do with aging. It has to do with nutritional deficiencies and babies can be born with brittle bones and see pros now that you proceed to the skull and bones, Burs, certainly, we see a lot of this in preteens and teenagers who are athletes, and they sweat a lot and they don't supplement properly. And they went out whatever nutrients, maybe in their food, and they really wind up with terrible joint tendon ligament, connective tissue muscle problems. Even at a very young age because it's not an age thing. And so we do have to do preventive maintenance, just like a car. You put oil in the car before the engine burns up in beings have a bad habit of. Well, I'm just eating. Well, I'm not gonna take any of those vitamins minerals, and then they break down, then she I better do something is better to take the ninety cents nutrients. And that's why we have these packages are like the oil in the car kind of thing, the healthy bone, and joint pack for people who do a lot of physical work or they workout in the gym, or they play on the company softball team that kind of thing are there on a team in the school. They need to take these pets, as a preemptive, preventive maintenance, and they'll be very, very happy. They did Dr story we had before you came on, as I was talking with Dr Peter Bragan, he's a psychiatrist who joins us quite often. But the generation Z folks, the young kids, fifteen to twenty four are committing suicide in record numbers. Is there in your in your mind is there a deficiency of anything in addition to their emotional distress? Absolutely. In fact, that was my monologue say my radio programs are in the day as or other say, program got interesting that, that came up in my book. Rare earths Ventura's in chapters four or five and six Kemper six Pacific said the title champion six is, let's see here. The bad seeds. As remember that movie the band. Yeah, the little girl, okay? Any rate, we have right now we have under the age of six we have over one million kids who are on psychotropic drugs and see to an attrition busy. There was a great study that was done in the nineteen seventies nineteen eighties on twenty seven counties in Texas, and they found that these kids, I mean we're talking kids under the age at ten okay for committing suicide that can can violence. Many of these guys who commit school shootings when they're nineteen years old were violent and, and talking about committing suicide and school shootings. When they were like ten twelve years old, nine years earlier and nobody nobody listened to them crying out, well, they just wanted to put them in jail or take him out of school. Okay. They just didn't know what to do. Basically, you need to hear analysis. The only way you can confirm. This deficiency is a hair analysis. In the study of the twenty seven counties. They did a hair analysis on, like tens of thousands of people. And they found that the they had the highest suicide rates drug addictions murders. School shootings a domestic violence all this kind of stuff in the counties that had little or none of this nutrient naturally in the water, the county's it naturally had the nutrient in the water has zero of those types of issues, zero hero. Wow. Are we talking about lithium selenium and all that? What? Yes, we are. Of course, and, of course, as one of the beautiful things about the health abandoned heart pack has the lithium in it are playing minerals. We have the plane members who is one of our original products liquid. We have capsules we have the strawberry, Kiwi minerals, which flavored one for kids. We have the cherry men's and this has lithium and is one of the seventy eight minerals. That's in this product. Doc. Nice guy if you lined up, like ten people all various ages. What percent of them do you think would have some kind of ailment of some type? Okay. Well, it depends on where they're from because neutral minerals, you're not occur in uniform blank around the coast years, George, and so you get a place for instance, like a ran around the Canadian border, Montana has a lot of minerals in the soil there. Okay. So they don't have many types of eases that they have down in the mid south, and the Gulf states in the eastern seaboard has none of these minerals. They have ten times that general disk disease, tried to heart attacks, diabetes behavioral problems early death joint injuries all kinds of stuff, and we have these maps that show by the density of colors in the various states in counties where these issues are they always are associated with no minerals. And fried foods. That's amazing. You truly is yes. And so we can limit these things we can eliminate these sudden dishes, like this young gal twenty two years old. She just dropped did a week ago. You know it's a Rite Aid forty second annual marathon, she's a long distance runner. She dropped dead from the sudden heart attack. I've done one thousand seven hundred autopsies on kids that died of that one. And it says they seem to be perfectly healthy. Oh, yeah. No, they are perfectly healthy. And then he just dropped dead and it's one of those things it's totally preventable. What you gotta do those here. Now says you cannot tell by any other physical peace. In other words, and he cagey won't tell you, your heart will be perfectly normal until three seconds after you're dead because it's about chemical thing. It's not a mechanical thing in the heart. So the, the EKG's can't detect it, and so on. So the only way you can detect these things is with a hair analysis, and we will be able to eliminate all. School shootings is not the weapons. It's a deficiency. These nutrients in the study in these twenty seven Texas counties, is the most beautiful thing. Okay. And so we know what to do, and every legislature of every state should insist that anybody is going to a psychiatrist psychologist needs to have a here knows his anybody who makes a lot of sense and should be these thing are doing here. Knows it's everybody who goes into the military, you know, so don't get PTSD should have here knows everybody who does hard physical work should have a hair analysis every year..
"trevi" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hello. How are you? Better than I deserve. What's up? Okay. I've a question. My husband, and I make about one hundred forty thousand a year, we have very good jobs. Children about six years ago. We bought a business from some family friends. And at that time, we didn't have any debt not even on our home except Trevi Hickel in a rental house. And we went into this business venture, we financed it personally, so credit cards. I alone. And we expanded. And now I'm in a situation where we give more the business than it gives to us. And it's not our main source of income, but it's becoming a strain because we're having to pay multiple debt payments. So I'm not sure what to do if I should close the business. But I don't know how to handle the debt once I do that. Won't you just personal? Okay. Yes. Yes together. Yes. I we find him much much much credit card to quite a bit. If you saw with right now, you would go crazy all about to go crazy. Then you're gonna give me your list how much credit card debt. Credit card debt is about thirty thousand. What's the rest of it? And then the rest, we have total altogether with thirty thousand four hundred ninety nine thousand that is with four properties in there as well. With mortgages mortgages. Mortgages, let me see we've got forty seven eight on one. I have forty one one on one. I have thirty thousand on another. And then I'm in forty three on one. So only one hundred seventy or so of the five hundred is mortgages, which the wrist of it the rest are person mortgage in that too. Yes. I do. We are how that's the forty seven eight which we refined purchase a business, but we do have a truck payment. And there are truck that's at twenty nine, and that's the only car payments that we have. But the rest, we did some personal loans and then credit cards of the wrist. You got a lot of personal loans. Then. Still. Two thousand dollars off..
"trevi" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"I mean, I've been to amazing places in some of these reporting trips and some of which were, you know, quite miserable, to be honest, like going that trip with the scientists who is studying the permafrost, it would rain most of the time we were up on the North Slope of Alaska. You know, in the rain hunched over, you know, taking permafrost readings, but it was still an amazing experience. And I have very vivid recollections of it. So I've had a great time and that sort of gets back to, you know, originally y when gets into journalism to lead this vicarious life, I'm not sure I would want to, you know, spend my life taking permafrost measurements to be really honest about it, but it was great to do for week. It was really it really. Interesting. And do you sort of project the knowledge that you have with scientists like when you when you go on these research trips? Do you sort of try to ask. Questions like you don't know anything or you obviously have been now been covering this really long time. So be hard to argue that you could go in and be like, what's that? What's this? Or do you try to demonstrate to them more often? Look, I know about this. I'm trying to get to a level deeper than what you would tell a naive person who is long with you. That's not doesn't turn out to really be an issue because usually when I'm out with someone, we're talking about that pretty nitty gritty of what they're doing. A lot, you know, ninety percent of which will not make it into whatever I write because it's just too technical. But for me to understand, you know how ex process or why process works. No one is out there at this point saying, is the world getting warmer. You know, that's not a question that we're asking anymore. So we're asking something else and we're asking something often pretty. I don't wanna say obscure, but you know, it's pretty specific to the site or to the. So every time I am starting, usually. From not from, you know, zero, but from ten or twenty. And they're still tons and tons of stuff to ask that I don't understand as I say, some of which is pretty technical so that I haven't found that to really, I haven't had to play the naive by often 'em pretty ignorant of what this person's doing. Once you would finished feels like a task Trevi and you mentioned sort of once you start covering somebody like global warming for difficult to then say, well, now I'm going to do what might seem slightly more trivial stories. So how did you then find a story as big as as that one things come to you in a way? So after I wrote that series in the New Yorker, people came to me and said, well, you know, you left out this big part of climate change are big part of what we're doing. Dumping billions of tons of CO two into the atmosphere also means dumping billions of tons of c o two into the oceans. And that's sort of. -cation. So I wrote a couple pieces on that and then a couple of things came together. This idea, this group was pursuing this idea that we're living in a new geological epoch. The anthropoids and I wrote about that. And then we had this terrible bat die off in the northeast. Suddenly, bats were dying right in my own backyard. And all these things kind of came together in this sort of cloud in my mind. Like, how can I write about all of them? How can I read about climate change being actually just one of the ways that humans are changing the planet on what's often referred to his geological scale, and that sort of how the next book came into being well..
“Lost” Stanley Kubrick Screenplay ‘Burning Secret’ Discovered By College Professor
"The late filmmaker stanley kubrick may have one more surprise for his fens a previously unseen script by mr kubrick has come to light more than sixty years after it was written kubrick the novelists calder willingham adopted burning secret from nineteen thirteen novel some say the project never made it to the screen because of its risk as subject matter the script was thought to have been lost forever and there was nathan abrams hens nathan abrams is a film studies professor at bangor university and that's where we reached professor how did you come to find the script after all these years well i just published my book stanley kubrick york jewish intellectual and trump reached out to me and also to show me a couple of scripts and this this person is the son of a full mcnabb rates a stunning kubrick and the script came into his possession because his father was going going to be off to work on the film and how did you feel the first time you had it in your hands oh this is testing it's i mean this has been commended that he was working on it back in nineteen fifty six but no one ever knew if it's completed it and what's the script was in and now we've got full fool droff and tells us up what do you have that it is the real deal and not something that someone who's an overzealous fan just made up you know question every document look i mean i'm in the all kind of every day and they're scribblings on the kubrick manuscripts house i know someone go in before being scruple trevi this stunning coup but we have thought don't could face but we try and get it with with the other information that we have to say it's you know the who's on the cover of the script you know all this extra information the other thing is this is a over one hundred page script this this take lots of publication to produce something this extensive i think what what tell us what the story is burning secret bunning secrets in vela by stephens vibe which was published in nineteen thirteen it's about the swamp byron holiday results who's spies an attractive jewish woman who's married and when she rejects his advances he decides the best routes host to befriend young some and stanley's taken the cuddle of the story and translates into a contemporary american idiom in mid fifties nineteen fifties america if they including you noted that this was a jewish woman including making them nonjewish yeah so so another way that this fits kubrick's working pots and is that the jewishness at the seoul texts that he adopted as is a race and we can see this certainly in his previous film the killing and we sit and all of his films off to that puffing thousand a month whether on the shining where they went to the jewish characters do you know what his motivation would be doing that easy for self hatred identically the mall complex is fuzzy doesn't economic motivation in mid fifties america he carly calculates the people didn't wanna watch jews on screen remember the parrot of the hollywood moguls putting jews on the screen but not as jews you know the dog la so tiny kind of and others where they've changed their names the deeper on stymied has an ambivalent relationship with jewish identity because you know what he didn't his films if you jewishness out explicit and then reinserted it under the surface those you can read the codes and we can see that and that's why i'll came my but multiple times i'm that was three things like costing decisions and of little factors many other things that relationships was shop how well firstly like shots thinks of him taking a stream jewish nova nevada of unissons since then secondly the seams of marriage fidelity at altri enough triangle as well which we'll see him the lisa we'll say that family try and go in the shining animal complex one environment and you know some of the.
"trevi" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
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"trevi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"A friend of the two of them he's a journalist for like i'm a magazine maybe a hollywood movie something here and new both of them and colin was filming a movie and all of a sudden they found themselves kissing and they had an affair for maybe a year maybe a year and a half bolivia had to confess to colin firth or he got a letter from this marco brancaccio with all the torrid details and now colin firth is seen well they were on a brief separation went in the affair happen which of course it didn't in there to make a public steaming and get a restraining order because they felt that he was going to um tell the world about their fair but they ended up telling the world that way well it looks like they said he was a stalker well he says he was and he said how can i be stuck in when we she's sending me letters and we're having this mad see this is the problem with years yeah never know how they're going to end early why did they end two ways badly has really badly and only rarely do they end up the fairytale no i seldom very sounds very seldom do they and even then while they think because of the heard feeling us and depending on the ages of everybody involved the affair reverberates for year who say that only they say that 75 percent of marriages that are a result of an affair and then venue fat person i mean that's pretty yeah so they just they regard colin maybe she just got livia maybe she realize okay i loved kissy nhem call naive and kissed for three years or so ray he had this a bit fanie and she ended and he reacted badly i mean in you know yeah no that's the thing you don't really know until you know and it's too late yes and i to see a britishitalian men are possess of i remember the first time i went to italy and my girlfriend's that i were like 19 and we made some boys at the trevi fountain and we let them by us like ice cream cones and then they started yelling at us that we didn't wanna like like we owed them something for the ice cream gone i mean we.
"trevi" Discussed on X96
"Of the owner that business carlos trevi's yo was well so may be wasn't oregon maybe maybe he like nachos item was working um uh is where the owner of the business was arrested after the body was recovered he was charged with killing mr uh valdez guzman a witness told police he heard two or three gunshots and saw valdez gutman on the ground after the man confronted for vezio at the business according to charging documents the witness told police he saw velde as guzman attempt to get up but mr trevi's y'all got on top of him and stabbed him in the neck and then slit his throat key regan shots that's he's bearing the in than accurate atarot and area so there were there was a witness which which mr trevi's you apparently did not know is soon she your dream ezio probably didn't know about merger news i dead jared kushner oh i don't want a new ministry apparently up a kelly uh uh general kelly whose trying to be the bse senior the staff member li a chief of staff allegedly yeah thank you i has been saying no you kushner cannot have topsecret security clearance he can't he just can't be entitled to see has access to classified information but kushner of pushing back kelly saying we should restrict him and you know why he saying that because he knows the jared kushner is going to be the next indictment probably and jared seems to be asking for more secret zoom information than anybody on the staff now he'll be the next person and died and i think so i think he's in there for sure now date dave owen thinks it'll be christopher steel.
"trevi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Tell us a pure hattrick would be if you score a your team's three you're you score three goals for your team in a row i'll tell you you you you you pure hiv at narita threetimes pure at trich thank you for hood anyway kislyak about all notes doughnuts an okay what's your favorite 100 doughnut mine oh sorry anybody i love it raised glaze disarray that would be like if i said you can have any donate right now i the door who knowing the race glaze yeah or apple freighter but that doesn't feel very donating teaming do it's a donor is there uh that apple fritter apple freighter being minke johnny luke yardley do nothing wrong with donate ali an old fashioned take down at hove fashion daughter trevi's that late did no better together powdered sugar is a joke we i wanted to me uh what are they call those it's a i guess it you would call it a cake donors but it's like an old house and claim oh yeah hey cda okay on a next the name for those an old fashion but glazed soured marine take down at circling kicked owner yeah jelly donuts like jelly donuts now now s now and i you know i i don't want anything that is trying to act like it could possibly meaning be healthy anywhere near may toe that what any is no because they're you know that there are people that are like oh jello because this is through.
"trevi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You buy with a hundred million guaranteed right guaranteed model any any coaching salary is guaranteed a hundred million bad insane while ever be worth it well so what if he's not what if he's still guaranteed right now with that's what i'm saying that it better be worth it because all of a sudden he has up losing seasons he won the super bowl in tampa bay but other than that this accused that special as a coach others other he's you think you share the keys pretty special earlier his album on tv do you know what i mean the talk rule at had not been for the tuck rule people would make the case that not only the patriots would not have gone to their first super bowl at that they won but that the raiders would have been an another one he he had the raiders in pretty good position right when he left and then of course he inherited rugged team at tampa with the tony dungy put together you just couldn't tony couldn't quite get them over the hump crude and came in and they won early championships i i think he's he's one of those dudes at what what's the time he goes in every day to work is like three forty seven or four seventeen every single day here time does he later well i don't know depends how far removed from saudi i guess what he's an early he's an early guide trevi at working we have a family i talked to he does he married is a his college sweetheart k from universitatea see i talked to a.
"trevi" Discussed on AP News
"Astronauts always craved pizza in orbit but it's been particularly tough for italy's paolo nesp elite he's been up there since july and has another month to go he used the space station's robot arm to grab the cargo ship besides flat bread the capsule contains all the makings of a good earth pizza sauce cheese pepperoni and trevi paste tomatoes pesto olive oil and more the supply ship will stay at the space station until the beginning of december when it's cut loose with a load of trash spacex nath as other prime shipper will make a delivery next month folks fog and he's seemingly going all lean on its plans to develop electric can selfdriving cars vw said its planning to spend thirty four billion euros over the next five years to work on new technologies it said most of the money will go into the electra fixation and hybridization of all its brands models this follows vw longterm electrification campaign announced in september which said its brands would introduce eighteen new electric vehicles by twenty five by 2030 it plans to offer at least one electric variant of each of its roughly three hundred models the group includes kometa's such as audi porsche sayeed and skoda as well as the coal volkswagen brand fans of pop music superstar the carpenters have a dozen reasons to be on top of the war on on time nearly thirty years after the last carpenters album was released remastered vinyl versions of twelve of the rodman's will be released it will give fans clearer versions of songs including the pop plastics we've only just begun and top of the world the albums are being sold individually as well as in a box that carpenters the vinyl collection vinyl records are expected to generate about one billion dollars in sales for the first time since the 1980s and that's about six percent of all global music revenues according to a january report by deloitte when we listen to the radio we never agree on the station classic rock.
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"The head of adam levin his fellow coach on the singing competition levin was two thousand thirteen sexiest manilov shirley smith alaska airlines is hoping flights to cuba if he's my grassy reports the move is tied mostly to new travel restrictions that had been lifted by the obama administration alaska airlines is getting out of the cuba business the seattlebased airline says it will stop blind to havana because of a drop in demand and new restrictions on travel to cuba imposed by the trump administration alaska airlines began flying from los angeles to havana in january and after a slow start had strong demand through the summer but bookings fell in the fall last week the trump administration ended an allowance for individual traveled to cuba alaska airlines says its last flight to havana is planned for january twenty second uh i mike rossio pizza and icecream have arrived at the international space station in orbital atk capsule took off from virginia sunday besides nasa equipment and experiments the capsule holds a variety of snacks for the six station astronauts astronauts always craved pete in orbit but it's been particularly tough for italy's paolo nesp elite he's been up there since july and has another month to go he used this means robot arm to grab the cargo ship besides flat bread the capsule contains all the makings of a good earth pizza sauce gbs pepperell the and trevi pace tomatoes presto olive oil and more the supply ship will stay at the space station until the beginning of december when it's cut loose with a load of trash spacex nath other prime minister will make a delivery next month.
"trevi" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
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"trevi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Feet of white bread i can ever finish in putting a fat a and i think tim brings up a great point technology that usage dubbed twenty years ago yeah apply were very in her garden following up on goverry pets brand new technology you know i love the fact that you guys a sort of do this sort of in a vacuum in a you'll make big fanfare about it because it it it's a reason to keep pumping money into what you guys do both of riverview crowd trevi's your american and trivia critic another world you know i was in a couple of months ago i wanted to look up the international space station and so i put in it i international you know i could i s i international i assess iin international space station and and i got isis instead of the national space station i'm like oh boy i hope nobody thinks some joining isis but then i thought to myself i wonder how far the group isis is away from landing in a spacecraft on saturn after collecting data from one of its moons wherever it really hard to do so often face her i doubt that i bet there are a long way away from doing that oh yeah yeah like like like a billion years well that's great man what else what's going up next to a to a explore are welcome back will play a little more this but that was an unbelievable interview who is who loves to that interview who's ousland interview the me as ya as far thought that was pretty cool in a i doubt that is unbelievable man i mean i can't say anything more about won't i dot crozier what's going on my preserved backing legislation to stop the sale of pot edibles shaped like a person animal insect or fruit a former teacher.
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"Yes but let's let's be fair to the administration the president trump didn't create this problem in fact clinton's national security team uh when they were planning on taking office had predicted that north korea would be their first crisis this is a crisis that's been a long time coming and secondly it's fair to acknowledge that the team did develop a coherent strategy diplomatic strategy of maximum pressure on north korea by trying to work with china to ratchet up china's pressure on north korea the problem is that the message of yesterday which was off the cuff was not coordinated and uh integrated to that larger strategy very well and that's where i think the concern has arisen but there is a larger strategy that they're following yachting two computers point the comments yesterday by the president seem very much at odds with comments rex tillerson had made just days before and even today comments he had made and slightly different than comments uh in in very crucial is that that uh mattis made today sure i think what you what you saw wives mattis and tillerson kind of being the shovel brigade here and trying to clean up a bit of the mass at the president had made with his rhetoric and you saw you know you saw tillerson trying to tamp down everyone sang everyone august sleep well at night and you saw mattis who it was quite a muscular statement from mattis about america's military power but it didn't draw any kind of a red line or say if you threaten us again watch out it was kinda more more generalised so there was clearly a recognition here that something had to be said after the after the president if the president had not spoken i don't think you'd see those two statements from these two men today doug in trevi history what precedence of any do see with this because white house adviser sebastian gorka compare what's happening now to the cuban missile crisis an interview this morning.
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"It's big out here but you know i think radio shack tried to do the same thing before they want added issues they were called the shack digital no i didn't realize that radio shack wanted to brand themselves as the shack asharq like the verve shared real rested shack to me makes you think of it makes me think of a club the show not radio shack something with something else with pizza hut i guess in two thousand nine pizza hut tried to call themselves the hut now what i think of is job of the hut when i hear that i'm not going to be thinking of pizza so that was kind of us it up so you know the reason why it's news as well because maybe is not as busy a new cycle get about a congress is on holiday congress has to go deal the town halls get yelled after enough hasn't evolved cared cetera but to me the reason why it's news is whenever i see a company started trevi brand that can be their servatius or something scored on what a good that he's doing well they don't want to rock the boat right you know you have a good product you're doing fine although mcdonald's made that mistake remember mcdonald's is doing really well and then they decided to come up with the mic pizza that was a real big cluster you can't get too greedy because nobody wants to make a pizza yet get a wet it's actually a really insulted by the way they do pizza you know new york pizza chicago pizza italian pizza it's an art and some of these chains seek they could make pizza haphazard crappy all we have to do as gets doan drozdov cheese and throws who saw studies we'll get some tomato sauce or some catch up for some no no no i write pizza the love you know that the door needs to be rolled the can't be this instant dole process stuff it has to be fresh though when and has to be needed and the and and the and lead with a k and it has to get skins cells on it in sweat from their hands and then when your hands could sweaty you add some more flour and then you came to adding more flower of than you keep rolling it immediately that a.