20 Burst results for "Twenty Two Pounds"
How Do Tanuki Work?
"In June of twenty, two, thousand, nineteen, a couple in a small village in Nottinghamshire Great. Britain woke at four am to an eerie sound they ventured out and discovered an animal that never seen before his thing and attacking a goat on their farm. After rescuing the goat they took a photo of the beast and promptly posted it online. The animal was four-legged and fluffy. It moved like a dog but had a face and markings like a raccoon. It turns out there unwanted visitor was a canoe Katie sometimes called a raccoon dog. To learn more about these unusual critters we talked by email to Jennifer Andrew, a member of the carnivore team at Zuid Lanta she helps take care of zoo, Atlanta's to to NUKII or and Loki. Zoo, Atlanta is just one of two zoos in the United States that houses to not the other is the Oklahoma City Zoo. Indra explained to new key our dogs genetically and morphological logically speaking they get the nickname raccoon dog primarily because of their similar coloring and coat patterns. The only other true similarity raccoons is that they occupy the same niche as raccoons do in nature even though they live on different partners. To NUKII range in size from about one point, five to two feet long that's about point four, five, two point, nine meters with a tail adding another six inches or one point, five meters they weigh anywhere from eight to twenty, two pounds around three and a half to ten kilos therefore can be golden great or reddish brown but their shoulders, legs, and the tips of their tails are blocked and their facial markings are similar to a raccoons including the black mask around the eyes. They're originally from eastern Asia including Japan, which is where the word to new key comes from, and where the animal is a cultural icon images of have appeared in everything from folklore and literature to anime and advertising the mythological versions sometimes called Buckeye Nukii, our spirit creatures, tricksters, and shape shifter's that love gold and are often depicted with a big belly and a particularly large scrotum. Many modern Japanese businesses, displays statues of to represent prosperity and good luck. To not the animals, not the spirits where brought the northern and Eastern Europe due to fur-farming back in the nineteen twenties it's believed some new key managed to escape and began to live and breathe in that region. The HABITAT, they're most comfortable living in would typically be described as forested everything from deciduous trees to evergreens, but they can live in urban and coastal areas they like living near water. When they're in the wild Turkey to picky about meals as forager's they'll eat anything from frogs, birds, and rats to berries and carrion that is vet animals to not have been known to forage in garbage cans or pick over roadkill areas inhabited by humans. But do life is a little different, not only art Niki given different food to eat including kibble hard boiled eggs, veggies and fish. But because they're naturally forager's and a non foraging, setting their caregivers look for ways to make feeding time a little more challenging. Andrew said, we like to scatter their diet throughout their habitats to encourage natural foraging behaviors. They also enjoy interacting with problem-solving enrichment devices that encourage behaviors such as biting, chewing, ripping shredding, smelling digging, and dragging.
Beyond Technique: Relationship Building in Music Photography with Steve Brazill
"This Shamir young and I'm joined by my co host and expert of Excellence Skip Cohen. That's a heavy one of excellence standard. You hold very high standard. At least my goal is to hold that. Let's talk just for a second about the excitement around Plateau ball planned. You have been involved working with the team at Plata pod Oh I guess we started last September and you were especially involved in a lot of the Behind the scenes work and putting together the kickstarter campaign. But I just WanNa make one comment. This is an experience that I've never been involved with before in terms of a kickstarter campaign. But it's one thing to do a campaign it's another thing to have a product that is so well designed and thought out and I know the tagline for Plateau pod his ban you know returning the upside down because Dr T. invented a ball head. That literally is upside down from the standard ball head. And there's so many BENEFA- no it's it's so fascinating and it has been humbling and so inspiring at the same time to see the interest that that's been flooding in for this Plateau Ball. I mean photographers. They're placing their orders. They can't wait and they're simply excited about how much easier this new plan ball is going to make their lives. When they're out in the field shooting I mean it is literally like you mentioned. It's redesigned from the ground up. Well the part of this. That's so cool is that we're coming up on. Fourteen hundred photographers that are backers of the product and their backers one because of the quality too because Plata pod has always delivered and kept their promises in past kick starters and three. Because there's a big savings whether you're going with the Ergo or the elite which has the electronic level indicator Built in and it's just been it's just been exciting and I just want to remind everybody we don't WanNa turn this into a full-blown infomercial. Even though it is but the fun thing about working with with plateau pod and DR T- This is a company that really believes in supporting the industry. And it's a it's a mom and pop company with great design and great ideas and if you're at W. PPI next week because this airs before Wpi come by booth ten twenty nine because plateau ball both of them will be set up and demonstrated along with the entire Plateau pod line and we also want to make sure people know to check it out. Plant at plannable DOT com. So if you go to play dot com right now the kickstarter page will show up and you can look at all the cool features of this brand new ball head from its twenty two pound capacities accurate to half a degree. I mean it has one touch controls a really it becomes an extension of your hand so plottable dot com. Check it out so this is going to be a kick today because this podcast is going to hit that. Excellent level known as the rats on K. C. A. L. F. M. We'VE GOT STEVE RAZZLE JOINING US Today. And he's a well respected radio personality. He's alive music photographer. And he hosts. What's become one of my favorite podcasts? Called behind the shot now. The Fun thing about Steve is that he was able to put his love for music and photography together. And I guess you'd say the rest is you know simply history but it's great history. We're going to talk about his career as an artist the importance of relationship building. And who knows what else is gonNA come up along the way now the other part of this that I love and this is you know for our listeners out there you know cyberspace can be a very bizarre place sometimes but what a kick of out of when you look at the friendships that come out of cyberspace. And that's what's happened with me and Stephen we're kind of testimonial to that. I called Steve after the interview. Dr t the founder of Plata pod. After last year's Photoshop World in Las Vegas and I wanted to be able to take a segment of that clip Of His interview with with Dr T. and be able to share it and a blog post That we were doing on the plateau pod DOT COM ball Blog while that led to a few more conversations and next week we're finally going to catch up for dinner together during the PPI show and it's a kick everybody when you've only known somebody online and you finally get to sit down with him in person. So hey buddy if I haven't gone too long and screwed up technology here. This is the for your lips to move. Welcome to be on technique. I thank you both for having me very much and there is there is so much. I want to answer to what you just said. First of all The Master of excellence that you are really. You need to be the interview The the Plata pod relationship the way I met you through Dr T. Is still one of my favorite things. That's ever happened to me online. And one of my shows on behind the shot is because of that relationship. So that's really a good place to go today as well sounds good us definitely see. We are so thrilled to have you. And before we get into the juicy details you know it's an your experience is impressive during FM personality. You're a journalist. You're a music photographer. You're a podcast. Can you tell us about your journey and how you got into what you're doing today especially with photography? Yeah it it. I think started probably like a lot of people in that when my son was born. I should back up and stay that my background my training. I'm an IT person. So I'm always around technology. I'm a Geek by heart when my son was born and we wanted pictures. I started taking pictures with whatever camera was around but when he was in high school in marching band and he was out on a high school football field and marching around playing drums. I went into a camera store and I said to somebody. My son's marching band is marching around faraway. I'm up in the stands trying to photograph him. What do I need to get pictures of my son and the person behind the camera a counter? This was at one of the old Ritz. Camera's if you remember the chain Ritz camera and they said to me. Well you know. Here's a and here's a cannon you could take either one and I picked cannon simply because it was more comfortable in my hand it was an old cannon at Ti and he said okay. You're going to need some different lenses. So here's a seventy two three hundred F. Three point five two five six or a seventy two two hundred F two point eight and my response. Not knowing anything about photography was well that one is a three hundred and that one's a two hundred zero three hundred 's better and the camera's black and the lenses white they don't match so the seventy two three hundred is better. It's the largest mistake I've ever made in photography choosing that Lens and yet that really is where my love of photography started because as a Geek. I had to sit down and figure out why when I'm sitting up in football stands photographing my son on a football field I would be at seventy millimeters exposed perfectly. I would zoom into three hundred and all my shots were wrong and it was because it was a variable aperture Lens. I had to learn very quickly. What an exposure triangle was. Because I made the mistake of buying a lens that didn't fit my needs necessarily and that's really where my love of photography started was was that. Wow this is so great. I never thought you would be the one that I would meet that at one time in his life really didn't know the difference between an F stop and a bus stop. I it's I had no idea and it's I joked now that if I had known when I was younger that really photography is Geeky I would have been doing it all my life but I really had no idea the detail that you could get into if you wanted. But you don't have to if you don't want and I fell in love with it very very quickly and again to me. The analysis portion of trying to figure out why is my exposure changing. Just because I zoomed just taught me so much. It forced me to learn photography the right way to capture the good pictures of my son marching in in marching band and literally at that. That thing changed my life.
New York: N.Y. plastic grocery bag ban starts March 1
"Well new York's ban on single use plastic bags goes into effect March first two weeks from now and stores are getting ready for it well some stores are already giving up on the bags how the regulations which are not done just yet allow stores to give out plastic bags if they're a washable can be used at least a hundred twenty five times Kerry twenty two pounds or at least a hundred seventy five feet and have an attached strap that does not stretch with normal use there are apparently machines that can test to see if the backs can meet that
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Don't twenty two pounds over the holiday usually in a major way no my Japanese neighbors start a calming got jealous so I got a big day I blame it on the holidays and stuff and now he's trying to make my new year's resolution is to not gain weight but I didn't do that Asia make due date for long enough can't them so far went wound item yesterday all right I do but it was good he was a good one we you don't want to do when you're not and I was going to eat more and if I and I have no name so I may you ever read the label on your motor bold Turkey over the holiday I may speak English at all even the Turkey day or you don't eat what do you say it surely young Jews she wrote on that day this is about taken rise up in the country on some weekends with because of the call and tickets for to visit dole in the country never would come they wanted nothing to do with the six of us so we came to them we had to go to know where we came from we and as we drive out of town that we get out of town well then while the long distance like a shot all they will same color they all in the same old bulls and thank these all these houses that they will never knew they will build.
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The day before yesterday and I'm gonna tell you what on the skewers on the out there we were forced to put a stake next to golf course and I have a cold doctor pepper yeah mighty fine he sometimes the live in is really sweet here now what it was it was it six eight did they bring you sick right now we are not final yet okay fine in those right now but I'm under the impression it's funny you mention that because Brian I will talk about that he said you know these are not exactly jumbo now but they're right only he says this is this is a this is a matter of opinion the trooper so close it's a matter of opinion if locket girly stay you know that's a that's a pretty big old girl how old she is not that big well you she's close to be in the it's all about the holder worry relative term I'm sorry which is great maybe we should talk about fishing yeah let's get Tom vision I don't care how rough it gets out there these people are bringing in the big red snapper it is crazy I'm telling you this I don't know I don't know where this is going to go we're of the opinion that we like this to fish limit you know it just it it may be made the the population exploded and we can get everybody out I can take my maximum of thirty nine people out on the boat and I can get everybody there are limited to red snapper every day yeah but in all right the limit if we raise the limit it number one it makes it harder to get everybody their limit maybe maybe I'll only we could you know we probably would but I don't see the need for we're getting to snapper you know that that combined way twenty two pounds or so yeah and they get a big he you've got a big old bag of full way to me well you know also if you if they raise the the you know the bag limit it would make the fish smaller were the the the long liners coming the illegals coming over and met men run in long lines in right but are red snapper they're looking for the smaller fish they don't want those big red snapper because they don't sail in the grocery stores are in the restaurants it's the same with our legal commercial fishermen yeah they are allowed to keep the fish thirteen inches long and they don't want a fish more than sixteen inches long which is what it takes for us to keep on trying because like you say you can't sell that whole fission ATV ATV sells a lot a whole red right right you know right but they don't want a twenty four inch red snapper that now that that house what's going in there she didn't want that may go unnoticed because you don't know what to do okay now and then they they can they make so much more money because they are yes they are selling by the pound but but the more fish they can get the more their quality is you know every year there quality because when your commercial fishermen you're gonna you get your own quote so the more free should get this year more fish you can get next year and when you talk to doctor Greg the next nine ask him because we're getting all the rumors down here about their county what we're getting on our boats you know we turn into we turn and efficient fishing report a fish report southeast Gulf of Mexico Fisher street report every day every captain on every vote that and we're hearing that they may may give us a tag system you know safe well the last three years this vote averaged seven thousand chapter right next year we're going to give you seven thousand tech tag fish if that's going to be the case we have to change a little bit of what we're doing because we book on someone not couple about both of look a lot of private charters in a lot of time also the private charter with only twelve people that hurts my quota right because we're not gonna fudge and we're not going to cheat in right we're not we don't let anybody get more than our limit of snapper yeah right we don't even let him once once they get there to snap a withering line fish on our boat yeah but but that's a that's something we're very interested in finding out whether that what they're thinking on this because I'm also here and that they are now assessing the stock of vermilion snapper and blackfin tuna well that's what they did they assess star stocks of red snapper a few years ago and there we and here we are yeah were wondering about that yeah in in I think with all this new know it when it gets in the middle of the summer here and we start losing our mind we start we start thinking one person says oh yeah we're gonna put a limit on black internet soul on island like this there by this all men will you be able to get free black into the next year really how do you find that out Big Brother it's only well I don't know in the he heard it with the win yeah he heard it from PTO because his mom was his mom was ex sister in law husband you know the one that that stays over it says at the trailer park he used to work for the lady that now the secretary of the guy over there at the Coast Guard whose husband works for parking lot no okay you know how that goes well yeah he probably said when we went out of the other day we got three black oh my god we're only be able keep three black Hey nothing now the rumors go on yeah the on a on an island sometimes you just got to get off the damn they've made it clear that they were gonna that they were going to you know make changes in to re evaluate and to keep on making changes so I think we're we're prepared for that yeah.
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Law trains grid randy kirk rides goodwin three back a kind of up and down the class letter but i think that the low weight he's he'll be a factor over race sex on the track eight to eleven three seven that's another hong kong reunification cup i don't know if there's any ironing not one twelve twelve hundred meters on the turf start very quick right hand turn the good long stretch the finish up i'm going with lucky hero charlie sherman out though dominate the meyer goodwin toback was the beating the favorite last time only beaten up langton a very rough trip get slightly wages with a hundred twenty two pounds today draws pretty good posts four nothing wrong with that and i think lucky hero take a lot a lot of money and hopefully get the job a hundred twenty two pounds today draws pretty good posts four nothing wrong with that and i think lucky hero take a lot a lot of money and hopefully get the job done second will go number five thanks for ever this one one last time out by a short head against sixty to eighty moves up a little bit in class doesn't get penalized to bentley what the weight and john morris train at this time he uses carrots team as the writer and a third goal would be fine trudging the whole this one by one the one of the hottest fires in the world the vegas and a only dina lengthen three quarters last time outlets bumped crowded that were very rough raised up many of these horses come out of office so if a static and find some clear sailing from post six i think his play kick could be potent inhalable will see sogo in race number seven nine five and four and then race number eight this is be riding high together handicap cap twelve hundred meters on the turf same circumstance that before no excuse me gotta move on the race number nine skipping reasonably race number nine of these sportsmanship handicapped two thousand meters auditor so they start kinda like kind of before the finish line then they go around one so it's a two time line on the quarter i'm going with the the number one off the highway here grand chancellor just form it's been impeccable he's used a carrying these kind of weights grandstanding kirk writes back the john more he just looks a little too tough a drug seven so he'll be able to get a mountain in prime position second number fourteen but posts number three is whole whole field from a c h yup in matthew cone is all man i'll plead and get another launched a big lake takes the last two starts speaking do that again while moving up in class i think he'll be tough and third will go at number three classic beauty this is john more and zach curtain a little bit different combination there 'em let me see they've had seventy three mounts together and twenty eight
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio
"Or you've got smog. Manipulated by larger powers, most of them in this case when if belated by Iran to not necessarily during the interest of the smaller group to try to clan, the of the legion, but furthering the interests of the outside America later, and I spent a lot of term, and that particular tractor documenting that that as a geopolitical diplomatic and military security problem that future American leaders lead to have shown facility and being to not only understand. But. If I say deal with conflict. Policy to deal with it. So that it doesn't harm American interest. And the last one I looked at his Congo ashes several times Connolly are well between ninety six and two thousand three somewhere between three and five million. People died in the great Congo war. That's huge number people. That's more than died in that war between Iran and Iraq and in the eighties the early nineties Hong has a good of having some of the most important middle deposits on the planet. Here's something I'm used in several features given it takes twenty two pounds of Congolese cobalt to make one of the lithium ion car batteries that power. China's small electric cars that China's people watch listen to around Beijing and Shanghai in the like their pictures of these of the on the web, I think they looked pretty cool. But then they're very sadly behind but takes twenty pounds Cobol to manufacture their battery. That's why China buys anywhere between seventy sixty seventy percent of congas cobalt output. That is a great power with a absolute dedicated economic, and I will say domestic political interest and secure Congolese cobalt. No, the healthy. The only thing going on here. Affleck's the entire globe. But there are some places that are far more corrupt than others. Condos only Leach have a an interest. And this is a hard thing to say. But it is documenting. It's true have an interest in stirring, the pot. So that they can control access and other words wake off. Off a certain percentage of the of selling Congolese, minerals and. Position and cling food food product. Which corruption right? That's that's that play and lush. Oh trying to enter wrong as well. I spend more time on that and Congo show. How someone who thinks they g I let my digital equipment. I wanted what cars in the like you are going to have to look back through the trail to see what it takes to produce the gizmos to like and some of the less than savory decision. Deals crimes that are committed and other asserting man and factors. Whatever nations that have access to. On these rental and Okondo valuable..
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've got you covered somewhere in this area. You have to be ready to do it because you have to be serious about the process. This is serious program. You have to be serious about the process, and we'll be able to help you get through it. And what's really cool. You know, we talk about these numbers, and it's so to hear twenty two pounds and fourteen days and forty pounds in forty days thirty seven pounds in forty days. But even just a health issues are really so important. We had a woman come in. And she's seventy six years old. And so so she comes into the office, and she's so fifteen days in her first way, and she's down ten pounds. So that's not bad. You know? Two thirds of a pound a day for six seventy six year old female, but what's really cool is when she came in. And I didn't even notice it because I remember how she came in the first time, but she said that before she started the program for years and years should should these balance issues. She couldn't walk without a cane. She she would feel dizzy back and forth. We see a lot of that. Yeah. We see. We do see that a lot of times it's for different reasons. But you know, with with this with this nice lady was seventy six years old. We're talking about almost an eighty year old woman who's lost ten pounds fifteen days. Feels absolutely phenomenal. She says I she sesame because I don't care about the weight because I get on the scale every day. It's going down every day steadily. I know it's coming down. I feel great. But she goes I can now leave the house since I started this program a couple of days into it. I can leave the house without a cane. And so yeah, I don't know what that's what what's that were to be to be able to walk around. He doesn't look like she's walking or invalid. Inch positive attitude of being able to walk more. And she says she says I look around. And I know she doesn't look like she's seventy six she probably looks like she's. Sixty sixty five somewhere in there. And she said that she goes, I know my face. I don't look like I have friends that are my age. And I know that I don't look that way. And she really doesn't. But she says, then you take that you take that Cain, and I use that. And I have to use that Cain. And I know it makes me look a lot older. And so now, she says she feels much younger she looks much better. And you know, God bless her. She it's a wonderful wonderful thing. And I'm very happy that she's getting these results. I it's interesting because the the walking with the cane and all that stuff. I don't know if you remember we had a patient a couple of years ago with very similar story, but she was a lot younger, and she came to walk and she had to be accompanied by her niece or her daughter to go everywhere. She got a lot of headache. Yeah. And went away almost to me. Right. Right. So that's really, you know to not have a crutch like that to really need something to leave the house. So I have a very exciting story. This is this is kind of cool. So we had the rest of the they are. But you know, some of these things really kind of. Make me feel really awesome about what I do everyday. So Samantha I was telling you, I had a Samantha also. So she decided she wanted to have another child and. It just wasn't happening naturally for whatever reason she has to already and she went through. I don't know if she went through one round of in vitro fertilization or two rounds of in vitro fertilization with no results, either way anybody who's listening who's been through it. It's a really it seems like it's not a big deal. And it seems like it's not, you know, invasive in any way, but really the amount of medications that you're taking in the amount of hormones that are being pumped into your body a really really high amount. And so she gained a whole bunch of weight because of the hormones that she was taking and so she came in and decided to do our program because her husband had been on our program and previously. And so she did a shortened version. She really didn't need to do a full forty days. She did only twenty one days she lost fourteen either fourteen or sixteen pounds in the twenty one days, which is a great number. But here's the best part. She about a week into the retrain phase, which is basically when you're letting all sorts of foods back here. You're reteaching your body. It's new weight set point. She said that she was feeling a little weird. And so she decided to go get a pregnancy test, and she was about to actually start at another round of in vitro this week, and guess what? She's pregnant naturally no problems. And as she said, it was really weird because her actual IVF doctor called her to tell her that she was pregnant like not like the staff or the office. They usually calls, and he was like, oh, this is quite amazing. He was like, you know, he's like, I guess it happened naturally. She's like, yeah. I guess. So you know, what I what we have seen this in our office Shockley? So, you know, by taking all those hormones, and all that stuff that they give you for the IV f you know, your body is actually being thrown completely out of whack and so by levelling out her hormones during the programming only three weeks and losing by the way. Oh, she lost fourteen to sixteen pounds. And now finding out that she's pregnant and all is good is really amazing and congratulations to her and her husband, and it's kind of funny because nobody really knows yet that she's pregnant, but we all do. So it's really, yeah. She shared, and she feels awesome. And she feels great and I'm really happy for her. Really great. That's that's that's amazing. It's a big story. Well, it's all about the hormonal balance. I mean, that's why the that's why the body stores fat it's towards fat in different areas due to different hormonal imbalances in different areas. And that's why you see the, you know, the pear shape, which is a reproductive imbalance. And that's that's actually that's her shape. She's got a pear shape. Now that I think about it. I never actually thought about it. But she does have that pair shade. So pear shape is generally reproductive imbalance apple shape, a lot of times as a thyroid in balance. Flappy overhanging belly fat adrenal imbalance protruding hard belly fat skinny guy with a big belly. No matter what he does is going to be still a skinny guy with a big belly liver imbalance. So it's just a few could be it could be any number of things. And that's why the program is so impressive that people lose where they want. To lose because we personalized we we we energetically personalized supplements based on hair saliva DNA testing and bloodwork assessment, and we were able to to do that and get that person that individual into their own fat-burning zone and get that person going getting them going downhill, so we knock over a couple of Domino's the body gets into that fat burning state the liver, which is your main detoxification, Oregon starts getting into that second phase of liberty talks vacation, and then the hypothalamus which is your main body thermostat basically gets kicked in like he kicks in and starts resetting the hormones naturally. So we're not giving anybody hormones were giving him. We're our goal is to get that each individual into fat-burning. Once we get them into fat burning the body picks up. A does what it's supposed to do and start balancing itself on on. It starts balloting. Self on a on a cellular level. And that's why we're able to see a lot of the different processes that happened in a lot of different things even selves out and the hormones, balanced, and detoxification processes that happen. And so people not only lose weight, really fast. They lose where they wanna lose their hormones balanced. They detox defy theirselves. The the Oregon's the tissues every time more energy because they're getting rid of all that toxic fat. And thereby the health is improved. And really, it's it's all about the personalization of the of the process from start to finish. And so if.
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She didn't even remember she lost it. Well, and then she she gets wind of this story. And she has the guy instant message her on Twitter, I believe and after all these years, she's gotten it back. It's really let's see how much she weighed hundred and twenty two pounds. Well, let's see hotel. She is how tall hotel. Do you think she's five feet six inches? She is five feet seven inches. Thanks for asking on. That is really really cool. I wonder how it ended up in that person storage locker actually. But cool story. Do I've talked about my lack of interest in a lot of cappella music every now and again, it can work when they get a little too. The idea of single without instruments. I think is lovely. You can have a beautiful voice that just goes out. And it'll shake you to your core. But. Not my style Kerry email's subject acapella acapella is cheesy question, Mark. How dare you? But Steve reeks. I think he tried out for an archipelago back in the day and acapella was denied, which is why he is now salty that's a decent scared. That's a really good assessment. How true is that? I did not. But there's that that adds up. Our Facebook question today the day this day. Is what is your go-to excuse for getting out of something? You know, if you want to cancel plans, for instance, Ryan's on, and I have a magical dinner that is planned tap in the first couple of weeks of Yang ury in television of our one year anniversary, and it happens to be during the week find offensive it'll be a Friday night. I just think as is not a Friday. No, no. We're not gonna do it on. The weekend after that. So we'll do on January eleventh or whatever that is. Is that the eleventh the tenth? We're going to do it on a Friday nights Saturdays. Tricky, right. You know, Saturdays. Then the whole day you're leading up to well. And don't forget we have dinner tonight. It's a Friday night. It's like Wham. Bam. Thank you, ma'am. Let's oh cool. We're all here where everybody name, and I started one of this morning is Donna. Going to try to flake out of this. I know Ryan is for sure but total bud bro, bringing a sleeping bag..
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"JJ in place to be. Exactly what you're supposed to do on a magnificent better millennial Monday on the move man borough four eight nine two zero three is the is the number in the to at any given it on all day long. Better will better magnificent Monday on the moon. Okay. I just leave forty eight bikes. Now. I've got a bite coming from. Dr. So I appreciate that. You can just do that, man. Just going to move with pages. Let me know you got me. Because I got a lot of children. I gotta give bikes away too. Beautiful man, Sunday, speaking of giving away bikes and stuff below community. It was. Wonderful wonderful worship service. Thanks to the many visitors who showed up at four which join became part of the community on Sunday man was cold. Oh, we fed actually one hundred and ten families would boxes of food approximately twenty pounds. Twenty twenty two pounds of food for each box one hundred and ten families. The thing. I don't say nothing because folks get all excited around thanksgiving 'cause we will give give it thanksgiving. We don't we do that every Sunday. Every Sunday, period, rain shine. Snow sleet, hail sunshine. Whatever..
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. The civil war in Yemen has become a war on children. That's according to UNICEF one of the country's key aid providers. The war. There is between the government backed by Saudi Arabia and rebels backed by Iran. The UN says the war in Yemen is the worst humanitarian crisis on earth. It's calling for a ceasefire and warns that hundreds of thousands of children are starving NPR's, Michael and do cleft has this report. And we should warn listeners that some descriptions in her story are graphic two weeks ago. Gert Kepler director of Middle Eastern operations for UNICEF visited a major hospital in who data the city at the epicenter of Yemen's war when he entered the children's ward, his heart broke, I'm bed after bed. Retiree emaciated bodies, laying almost perfectly still twenty five children were on the brink of death. From starvation one ten year old boy wages, twenty two pounds. Now. That I have seen in. Shocking. Coupler was so stunned by the children's condition that he asked one of the moms. Why did she wait so long to come to the hospital with her child? Kepler said the mom had an thinkable choice to make to figure out. What was riskier for her child going through the? Crossing the Trump lines or let her child shuffled at. Just imagine what that means. May be discussions discussions that hundreds of thousands of families are making right now in Yemen. Yemen has become Hellum for millions of children today. Everything the boy everything ago Yemen. Extremely guy at every ten minutes a child dies in Yemen. Four hundred thousand children are starving. Another one point five million are acutely malnourished in depend on aid to survive. Now couple era says that aid the food the medicine is in jeopardy the day after Kepler left the hospital the Saudi back coalition restarted a major assault on the rebel-held city of data around the hospital every day we hear more people bombed in their harms on buses schools attacks on hospitals that Suzanne Megan with the Norwegian Refugee Council, which helps families fleeing violence. Then Megan says, the problem is that the city of who data is a lifeline for humanitarian aid in Yemen. A lifeline for the children. It contains a port on the Red Sea and eighty five percent of the country's food passes through this port. Yemen has a population of close to thirty million people more than two-thirds rely on goods coming through that port. So if the port is destroyed or blocked, it will be absolutely catastrophic population of close to twelve million already close to feminine. It will push them completely over the brink. And looking at death on a very very large scale for this reason, the UN UNICEF, the World Health Organization Doctors Without Borders and numerous other humanitarian organizations are calling for an immediate ceasefire not next week. Not in three weeks, we need to see everybody lay down their weapons and come back to the table to look for a real solution. Not a violent ones. The Trump administration echoed that sentiment. Recently secretary of state Mike Pompeo wrote in a statement that peace talks must begin this month at the same time. The US continues to sell billions of dollars in weapons to the Saudis and until it stopped last week. The US was helping to refuel Saudi planes used in Yemen's war. Michael lean do cliff NPR news. This is all things considered from NPR news. Twelve minutes now before five o'clock and time for another check of traffic.
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"What that's. Great from free you know forty five days twenty two pounds that speaks. Volumes it, really does and. You you've changed your life is what you've. Done you. Know Kim, have changed my life changed. The way I eat permanently it's amazing you know that's that is so special and of course you started that journey at eight five five eight eight, nine. Eight four four six eight five five eight eight nine eight four four. Six I gotta ask you a question when you decided to make that call I. Know if you're like most people your schedule Optical thinking what is this really all about I mean what is this? Really all about and then you made that? First visit and. You went in there loaded for bear you're. Going to ask the. Questions you're going. To. Be tough so tell us you know? How at ease you were after being there for. Just a few minutes very Eddie it was a very well. Thought out plan it was something I felt that I could follow you. Know other, things I've tried. I just kinda straight off on my own. And didn't. Follow the, plan but this plan is. Foolproof if you follow it you will lose boy doesn't get any better than that was did you ever have times when you said I'm really burdened by. This it's a burdening program because so many of the big box programs. You kind of feel like you're being held hostage No I mean it does take some time to prepare ahead of time but you know what meal planning doesn't well and you're taking. Over a facet of your life that you should have had under your control before absolutely I think what happens, to us I think we grow? Up and, we got mom dad making sure? Every meals covered all right then we kind of go to college and we gotta. Go well you know I could go and I could you. Know to a, place I ever really nice meal I could go to some simply green type restaurant. Or hey. You know the gangs going over to the. Mild show up and you know I can hang. Out and, have some hamburgers dogs. And you start developing these habits and then when you do have your. Own house will you you. Procrastinate you don't have, a meal plan. So you grab whatever's in the freezer or. Whatever drive up Lindo or you pick up the phone and you call? Your significant others grab a pizza on the way home that is, that is not eating that's filling up your tank But what are you putting in, the tank so now you plan your life has changed your more effective or what you do because you're now planning your life and. Your eating better and you're feeling younger and I can't think of any downside to this at all Not at all not at all it's all dead Great what's your. Family reaction men Actually I went to see my parents this weekend and they were amazed at how much, wasted isn't that. Cool feeling show mom. And dad I Ray over game this thing it is the bachelor just makes you. Feel so good for doing? It and how about your friends you know the ones that? You really. Really close to her they again what? In, the world did you do yeah it took him a little while to know this because I was still wearing the same clothes and they were a little. Kid. Because women are very? Hiding Once I I wore some kinda fitted jeans one day they really notice the difference And how about do you ever did you ever a man in ROY I'm sorry yeah you gotta husband don't she's going to talk to.
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"On the line. Right now we have a. Wonderful fat burner and we'd. Like to say Hello to a Gerald good day Jerrold isn't it great being, a, fat burner It certainly is it's been a wonderful experience well tell me what day the program you on and how? Many pounds of you lost I'm on day Monday thirty seven lost a total of twenty two pounds wow that? Is pretty good. That is remarkable how long. Have, you been trying to lose weight and burn fat and get down to skinny clothes After my thirtieth birthday it starting going downhill and never been able to recoup would be. Able to lose ten, fifteen pounds but I would gain it back up. Well, that's amazing now since. The beginning of. The program you know you you and I communicate each and every, single day been helpful for you Very much? So as a matter of fact it's very encouraging, and gives you the efforts to? Go forward as you see the pound meltdown isn't that something now what you get up in the morning and you look, forward to say what is the question. Before, you get. On the scale that you say to, yourself right before you put your foot on the scale what do you say to yourself I wonder, how it's gonna go that day Because I get up with. The very eager to get up like that but knowing that I'm going to get on that scale that I might. Be either half a pound or pound lighter it's. Very exciting to get up in the morning You know what most Americans say What do you think Well they, say oh my gosh how much do they. Gain yesterday in exactly and that's what they have been saying for three hundred sixty five days a year maybe, for the last five ten. Fifteen or twenty years now. You've changed, your path you get you know you before you. Place, their foot dining go how much? Did I lose today that's what most, of my patients say because that's what I get in when, they communicate with me and I am so. Excited. For you jail rob we got. Gerald on the line. He's a fat burner what do, you think rob Gerald? Your a thinner winner how many days were? You into the program my buddy until when you, put on your belt you. Had a new sensation you pulled it. Up one more notch It was. Probably on the Right after the first week on, the seventh to eighth day She already to me my clothes you know like a loser that's when people. Start to notice right around the office. Round wherever you go they start looking up and going Gerald there's something happening to you Yes definitely And how does that feel to know that you're finally at a place in your life where Gerald is? In control not, the food not? Too, fat It's it's a it's a total lysine experience as far as the confidence. And how. To manage stress now it it's it's a whole different ballgame I have a much better approach to things that I used to four folks you don't you don't make that. Up a change of life confidence knowing you're in.
"twenty two pounds" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Star on them and i just can't even imagine what kind of beast twenty two pounds large mouth bass looks like is just amazing they're getting close at in texas and california you know they're just they're getting real close on on some of the britain our good friends at american sport fish are growing some monsters and would not surprise me if in the next few years the record is broken because they just were there breeding and now you know the breeding individuals and so you know they're just getting so much better at the braiding with these big bass it's just amazing george let's shift gears real quick before we run out of time george you're doing a tremendous job selling timberland hunting property and you know george your family's got an incredible heritage of hunting and i don't know anybody that knows more about about managing a combination of wildlife and timber and just a lifetime of experience like you have but let's let's talk about some of these transitional properties that you're seeing so many areas that you and i grew up haunting around auburn polityka are transitioning into canada a residential mini farm with the area's growing so much and i know you went to alabam university alabama and go to tuscaloosa lot the same thing's happening over there there's pockets all over the state or the highest and best use of properties are dramatically changing and talk talk to our listeners about that a little bit which is mentioned the word transition and that is that is something that describes what's happening we're very blessed over here in east alabama with all the university and the jobs in the industry that are coming to this area and just to close with the economy is to spend literally phenomenal it's it's it's unimaginable that growth that we had and i know tuscaloosa experiencing the same same things because like you said i do go over there a good bit but but you know one thing that i've noticed and we have had an exceptional year is a lot of the places that you know what convenient places for recreational tracks you know close to town are now you know i'm still getting those listings but now he's got developed looking instead of you know recreational hunting of or timber investment folks and and it it's really this happened fairly quickly it's i know it's been you know the the east alabama area has been growing but this is just now transitioned here in the last twelve months where there's just so many people moving to east alabama and there's only so much room here in the in the cities and towns and now you're you're seeing a lot of the values you know you had a listing appointment yesterday the guy was talking about timber and it's right here you know in very close proximity to solvency limits and in the back of my mind you know i said i can't believe this but i don't think we're even factoring timber is a value you know it's a it's a whole different evaluation and it's been a great learning experience for me and i it's it's been a lot of fun to it's it's kinda different i enjoy the wildlife conservation aspect of land and i love the timber management timber you know the the ability to invest in and benefit from the investments of timber but this this has been a new a new thing for me in the last two years and like i said it's it's almost a common occurrence now around here you know especially particularly in lee county here around the auburn is like area and actually i'd listings yesterday one was in in albany and the other one was in oakland i saw i saw some statistics recently george for the week association the auburn area yearoveryear residential sales from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen twenty eighteen first quarter had grown by twenty five percent over what it was the first quarter twenty seventeen that's unbelievable it's always lately in madison county those those two counties are believable and auburn university is driving a lot of that throat at auburn university and just some good things happening and i i know that you're you're staying busy over there and if if somebody wants to reach out to george to buy or sell a piece of property in and around auburn or or anywhere really in alabama how did they do that while easy easy easy way to do that is is just called me on my cell phone.
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"It's more than my car yeah i know my last car to drive yeah i was just looking hundred sixty five thousand i'm like man i'm going to start looking for another car but yes but that's weddings since two thousand fourteen said i used to love going it was all new and exciting and although it costs a lot i could budget ahead of time but from a few years ago invites starting arriving thick and fast my counter was getting booked up and money was pouring out i started to panic if i like all the other guests could afford things like staying in a nice hotel or chipping in for joint gift and i couldn't there was pressure to keep up by two thousand sixteen the only way to do that was put hotel costs and drinks on a credit card but i struggled to pay it off and i kept adding hotel reservations trained bookings and flights by late last year i had twenty two hundred on a credit card and was over eleven hundred into my overdraft i tried to keep costs down by booking airbnb as and borrowing outfits but it still kept increasing and she was a bridesmaid bridesmaid seven times he said and then the cost shoots up because then you're asking other people for the big bachelorette party chip in but there are always people that say that you know i'll get you pay your back but they never do just don't go you know i it in the last year three out of four people in venezuela lost twenty two pounds because they're starving you can skip that person's wedding your bridesmaid though yeah armie not only happens once.
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"Plethora is defined by the oxford english dictionary as quote a very large amount quantity or variety dictionary dot com says a plethora is a quote overabundance or quote excess so everyone who bought a ticket to the big jeez festival in brighton uk this past saturday was expecting a large amount of cheese or an amount so large it was too much of cheese because the festival website claimed quote the event will feature a plethora of the finest international cheese makers and mongers showcasing their amazing cheeses paucity is defined by the oxford english dictionary as quote to the presence of something in only small amounts and dictionary dot com says a paucity is a quote smallness of quantity scarcity scantiness and unfortunately for the people who did fork over twenty two pounds to attend the big jeez festival about forty bucks canadian they get a paucity instead of a plethora where there were supposed to be 35 stalls offering a multitude of cheeses there were apparently anywhere from two to five one attendee tweet it's very bleak at the bright and cheese festival five stalls isn't quite my definition of big but there is plenty of mud other comments included quote what an absolute shambles quote at no point did you think to use some of that money to get some cheese end quote and perhaps most heartbreakingly quote mmhmm.
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"More than ten kilograms twenty two pounds of cocaine sent law that's a lot of 22pound satellite like a really heavy cat tied so large baby cocaine basiner heroin and using false compartments to smuggle drugs worth five hundred thousand dollars i still okay so serve you right loser now you're going to go to jail when you could have just been living large me forty three million wasn't enough can eyes the deal the forty six year old retiree did not speak in core but did look at his father at other family members before his defense attorney injured his not guilty plea and his fourth six years old and retiring would forty three million in the bank and he's like i think i'm gonna deals ago now in fairness he did spend much of his career with the white sox and the dodgers us los angeles and chicago so probably most ruin to taxes tried to leave that back okay ari hunts fair which case air boyili fine but still he probably had at least like four million that she can live on line four million after tax hagen out you gotta shoes come on get brian singer on the phone feelgood story about it adult film star made something of herself millie also from daily mail become a twenty two year old woman who paid her way through undergraduate school at duke by performing plan this girl seems to be off to a fresh start in the big apple what's seen being i we have the same first name adult film actress bella knocks an answer poor name obvious i don't have that name yeah real name is miriam bass as we talked about with stormy daniels the the stage names are always a little better rain what he alassane on my knee aillenacally nakashima go by belonog's she would obviously i think he's just bell bell knocks down isabelle all right i'm not familiar with her walk so i don't know apparently are miriam is what what and as a what you're trying to say about my name it's fine auta mock was your name well that's my staged next stop on his day what together our rain and mud ma mock don't forget to tip now freely agree again now who has been known to speak candidly about her suicidal pass and financial setbacks is currently enrolled at new york law school in tribeca sources have confirmed a page six now.
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"Is it catches the ball so well these six one two hundred twenty two pounds and has some quickness and agility you know he's not a perfect back but when you start talking about where you can get a back like that in the middle rounds maybe the third fourth round probably fourth round it's a pretty good value and he's got he showed a lot of potential and i thought he really helped himself the hard part would with a running back you it to me i was expecting a little bit more out of rashawn penny i know you had a better game than than practices had a couple of fumbles during the week in catching ibra and had a couple of oddball and hutchings in the game right yeah it's not like him it caught the ball pretty well on tapie inconsistent past protection on tape and during the week so i i didn't think as the guy who's coming in with the i dunno second third wrong day to grade i thought he would perform a little bit better during the week but it was the one positions really tough because barkley sony michelle various geiss ronald jones carryon johnson josh atoms mark walton both scarborough all these guys are underclassmen and so it's it's tough to get really high quality running backs to get into the game that was the senior bowl but i thought i would say vollage probably helped himself as much as anyone in akron wobbly had a good week as well as at iowa not about oblige the best athlete consider the best athletes on that entire arizona state son double football team kuhn him so does he had enough legal change of direction as he toughenough tackle breaker enough to end the nfl hands are very good and then wildly.
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"Nine two to seven that's eight hundred two eight eight nine two to seven you know what i like we have gone two hours and thirty eight minutes on the show and i've not said anything about the emmy's july because there were relevant and the the left a celebrity these are relevant they're all our ellen yeah i don't know who won either i don't care used to be like it all what are you got do pop culture nobody i you know it now now you has trying to tear down our country and take away benjamin franklin elementary school that that's a little more important some oh by the way i will tell you one thing let's leverage they had airconditioned they hit the red carpet was their condition even the red carpet outside was somehow her condition so i mean these these idiots good morning elliot running airconditioning on the red carpet and they complain about global warming if they would just stop doing their awards stuff they would help in the global means not real fake but they've they would they would help fight global warming that's true the makeup will run okay simon brahms brahms bronx we called brahms's a joke my household budgets prompts but love their ice cream i haven't gone so long i've lost twenty two pounds as pie why i haven't gone lebron's in a i gorge this weekend i i just went on you did so yeah what did you have like a half scoop you don't even get unit pbf what did you have yeah you had associate associate producer david had some pastries at la madeleine how many yes to what did you have the raspberry cream a crisan and and a kremb rely very good seek good that i had okay i want to brahms and and osama j okay i i went to brahms and i just i base idleness ron my life i ask her mentioned sugar don't do that that's too much i wanna ask get in front of our kazan and she gets figured it out and she's still say something i ordered a single scoop of inertia in the waffle com with their ice cream is amazing civil i don't have to play ranch because good as good amiss accurate lawful collides says taste for wafa kony's i don't usually ever get that kind of stuff but then i.
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"To pound speak a she of his and then right right these this current south all of their miller's in may he said i know my pregnancy zero again at least twenty two pounds i was slipping one i and my baby punched about a my stomach and take reacting feels had right here i winning two to me nice are i i see says i know it's an jesus is i don't care my family this jones me it really comes down to if you're true believer in jesus or not yeah marry right the you know man you know when you d bananas in and out haven't a kid after on it all he says and he doesn't like i'm i keep trying to keep termin one of those did a a little bit yesterday i was in the million happening that's now of follow how would you feel if you you had a matter belly and yeah it's how you feel of you had a belly in your insisting was a child their males of those ribs for your door yeah maybe she well right there sierra what is that they hauled where you have the fate pregnancy and you do get the believing down ended valley in there is a and i forget what it's called but there is it's it's as i can oh it's a matter you know when i was a physical like it i wanted to wish my are thought myself to be muscular and but asset right my thing i'm i'm no huge is to mr merger why i got a tiebreak is john morgan has given join us we'll talk to them about them into united for care we come back seven two seven five seven nine while to fly would do almost full border phone calls be one ty law moving to canada your phone calls and john morgan that right he thinks waking date means you get to have eight for breakfast might cal to show we mornings from six to ten and tie gun politicians for trying to take away your right to self defense but we know our second amendment rights guaranteeing our ability to protect our home and families from the unknown now is the time to act and supported your gun rights and had your voice heard join proven leaders who was standing with our community to protect our rights get ready for election day gun duel dot org.