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"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on The Pulse
"Oh. This isn't like a serious illness. That's causing lose the way. This was a definite choice. I think they felt more comfortable. You say we'll case. Oh my goodness you look so good. Mar join a gym and started to upper effort. And as she did that she started to get compliments. Hey you look really good. So she put in more time and got noticed. Have you done something different with your hair. More effort more compliments. Oh my goodness you look so good. Mark took up spin slowly at first but she got better and better. Her asthma disappeared. She wasn't just losing weight. She was becoming an athlete. There is definitely more muscle tone I became a lot more flexible. Which was great and at the same time that this was going on. You're changing your diet. Also because you're only as good as the food that you're putting in so you were counting calories. Yeah at this point. Marta was a completely different person from when she started. She was thin buff and flexible. She'd gone from size sixteen to i was pretty small. I think i was a size for my smallest. That's when things got weird. When do the catcalls start. The catcalls started you know small enough. You know used to work for the apple store and the guys that were working around me while she looks really good like you'd overhear people and you'd like wow. She's changed a lot but then started to become catcalls like people on the bus people walking around the city. Would you mind just kind of telling me some of the comments. She got from people back. That thing up You know looking good baby things of that nature and I like teeny ways there. Those are the milder ones. I've heard ones that i. I definitely wouldn't want to repeat on the airwaves. How did you feel like that. You know this is a very different kind of yeah. I f i. You're kinda like oh wow. Stranger is on. The street are telling me i look good. I must be doing something right but As a feminist you kind of wonder what was wrong with me before was i not beautiful was i not worthy of your attention when i was two hundred eighteen pounds because what was wrong with me before that you know when i got on a bus two hundred eighteen pounds. You know you were happy to say. Move your fat ass eventually. Marta joined the peace corps and spent a year in the gambia. Their food was about joy and community but she realized that keeping a diet would be a challenge. There's either a lot of bread a lot of different grains or. There's a lot of rice so that was tough because that was a huge way to build community was to eat several meals a day with your family. If you're traveling people would say oh company with us so you know. I always had a spoon in my bag for those occasions. The i could just chow down. Wherever i went her stay in africa enter experiences. There transformed mars relationship with food. It wasn't just about i'm going to splurge have place at cheesecake. It was about. I'm gonna go enjoy a meal with my friends. It was definitely more of a bonding experience. It was a it was a relationship that was transformed. Enter attitude toward fitness and her body has changed too. It's no longer about what other people say to her or think of her last week. When i was in north carolina i met a woman named ruby and she gave me this affirmation that she says i want you to. Just say this to yourself at least once a day when you wake up in the morning when you go to sleep at night and she said i want you to say i am totally an absolutely in love with myself and that's really what it's become about. There are always going to be people who say you're not good enough or you can take totally totally could've taken that further. You could've put in fifteen more minutes of working out but it really doesn't matter. I don't answer to any of those people at the end of the day. It's a bell. I am totally an unbelievably in love with myself. That story was reported by shy. Ben yaacov.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Edition of the audible presented by trader. Joe's i'm bruce. Feldman joined as always by my colleagues stewart. Mandel and stu camps have started. Everyone is now. It's not just the week zero teams that are in fall camp now all of a sudden the rest of the college football is there. Are you excited. I'm very excited. I mean i know. We've been all consumed by realignment recently but the fact is we said this many times. The twenty twenty season was so miserable. A time because of all the cancellations in conferences the play different numbers games and such. And i'm just so ready for a quote unquote normal college football season. I know we're not out of the woods. cova did but by all indications we're going to have full stadiums bans and all that so And we're not some really big games right off. The bat was we talked about on this show earlier so ask teams open for preseason camp. Wanna get your thoughts on this side. We didn't actually get a chance to talk. We've both been all over the place. That's why this this episode coming in so late in the week. I don't believe at a chance to talk about a pretty noteworthy development in the last week which was When you're the number one quarterback in the two thousand twenty two class you saw him out at elite eleven five star guy reclassified. He'd already been committed to ohio state for a long time. He reclassified he's now at ohio state or he's about to be at ohio state and be part of this year's team Coming off his junior season high school and the reason apparently was that he wants to start capitalizing on anti alley couldn't do that in his state as a high school player. So of the top teams that we expect to contend to the playoff every year ohio state was really the only one that a wide open quarterback battle and then that was with three guys. Now you've got four guys and they're all highly there all former highly ranked recruiting. Where where do you. Where does this thing stand i know. Cj sprout is considered the favorite. Yeah i still think jay stroud is likely to be the guy I actually saw him a few weeks ago. Out here in southern california. He was training with jordan palmer. He told me he has gained about twenty five pounds. Since he's been there. I mean he said he's up to two hundred eighteen pounds. I mean by all accounts. Everything i've heard from people inside the program. They are very excited about what they think he can become in that system. Obviously whoever gets the job is gonna probably have the best group of receivers this year. Not just chris alive a Garrett wilson really good groupie young receivers marvin harrison juniors in there Jackson smith jig was so there's a lot of weapons. Now i guy would think to keep an eye on is carl mccord. Who is a true freshman People really like his arm strength. I think my hunch. And i don't know this. No this is too early to tell because we haven't even really gotten into the meat of camp at this point. But i think he will be the biggest contender for cj strata. Jack miller who's from arizona Redshirt freshman. he's also they're yours will be in the mix It's four guys. I suspect even if there were three. One of those quarterbacks is probably at least one if not two are probably going to likely to transfer because that is seems to be the norm. When you have these kinda battles especially when involves. They're all young quarterbacks. None of these guys are like third year junior. Where it's like dwayne haskins situation where they have to have a huge year. They could even consider leaving so if somebody has a big year hits the ground running. They're probably going to have the job for at least two years. So if you're one of those other guys including queen yours Do you sit there and guard. I'm gonna be patient and wait my turn to see if the if the starter ends up getting hurt. I mean that's the tricky part of these quarterback battles when they're involve all young guys so that part of it how ryan day manages this On a fairly unprecedented. I would think situation in the quarterback room a now You know intriguingly as much as wins because think about it. So on the on ohio state official roster they list Cj stroud as a redshirt freshman but given the pre cova d- year. You know you basically is basically all four of these guys. Eligibility wise are freshman their first year players. They haven't used a year ability left. Yes and like you said is of that caliber guys that highly rated coming out of high school generally don't last more than they don't stay more to like generally speaking if you're not starting by your second year you're out right. So how do you handle that. Because i agree with your assessment. Cj stroud if you watch their spring game and then just like bill. Landis has written this many times athletic. Our house date writer. cj stroud was definitely. The front runner definitely opens fall as the as the frontline guy but like you said Com occurred has huge upside. He just got there. And i wouldn't think you'd wanna lose him just yet I'm not as worried about when you're because he i think he even he probably realizes he's behind He would have been high school senior. So you've got four realistically how many you don't have a year from now. I think you have to hope you're going to have three or from now but it's not implausible. Thank you mainly have to Because keep in mind. There's going to be. They're going to keep recruiting. So there's gonna be somebody else who's going to be in the pipeline. Who's not. there's probably looking at it going now. This is a pretty good situation especially if you are in the twenty twenty three class because now there wouldn't be anybody coming the Not for certain you know. Look if if a guy transfers imagine they will try to re tee up somebody else in this class but if two guys transfer you have to take.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Morning is great. Sabine here jay. Mac and lavar my favorite lavar net saying a lot. Because i really like lavar. Ball is a nice little flat flat early The digs begin and the cowboys will start their taking on tom. Brady and the boss dallas owner jerry. Jones spoke out about how his team would fare in the nfl. Season opener compared the up to david versus the there is a cause for concern heading into week. One stack has been resting during camp after discovering shoulder. Soreness the pro bowl quarterback told reporters quote. I know i'll be fine lavar arrington. Oh hi we set expectations for dak prescott and the cowboys this season. Then you got to be reasonable and what your expectations are for this team. I mean they made some great additions in offseason. Most notably to me dan quinn and your draft. You address the defense which we know jerry. Jones historically loves to to address his offense even if his defense does need addressing. So i've seen her a lot of soundbites coming from dallas all have been positive outside of dak prescott. I don't put too much on the dick dak prescott injury. So when i look at this team with dan quinn taking over the defense. I think the defense will be much improved. I think that looking. At how humble jerry has come across and even admitting some old stuff retrospective on him and jimmy jones. Cool it may. It was like a moment in time that if you weren't a person who likes jerry. Jones made him a likable person. In that moment we know that ezekiel elliott has come in. He's weighing two hundred eighteen pounds fellas. So he looks like the ohio. State ezekiel elliott. So he seems to be motivated employs to have a really good year. I think you gotta temper your expectations..
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Twenty eight twenty nine in the late twenties so late first round early second round kinda guy. So is that a guy the nuggets could go with. He's a local guy. He's a great athlete as a seven foot wingspan He was the conference defensive player of the year. So that gives you another power forward and again a young age but could get. We'll get better another powerful with its great defensive player. How much do you trust. Jeremy grant re signing with you and that's a question we may not know. And if you're fifty fifty on it. I think he gotta go the power forward route. 'cause bowl bowl compla- center power forward again positions aren't as big anymore but sizes size is the thing we look at six seven two hundred eighteen pound six seven. That's what we're looking at here. Not the biggest overall but still you. He's a defensive guy. He's a defensive minded guy versatile defender is what you need in guard. Anybody though i mean we. We've we've seen him guard point guards before at a pretty high level. He's a good rim protector. He's a wonderful rebounder. He made forty two percent of his threes. This season on us small sample. But please not doing that so you you maybe get a guy. That's a good defensive player that maybe becomes a better defensive player of the year. Seventy four percent free throw shooter. So i mean you're not going to get him because he's a you know a monster score necessarily but he's a good defensive player that somebody that you know you think that the the nuggets or the nuggets will go with a local guy. There will be interesting. I vanished text. Line three one nine nine six three one nine nine six. We'll talk too. Chris dempsey about that as well. But you know when you look at players for the nuggets. This is again and this is a great spot to be in for the last several years. It doesn't feel like the nuggets need the draft. Pick to help them grow. They were able to take chances. So that's why. I kind of look at a guy like coal anthony who got hurt last year and missed a lot of time. That's why his stock has dropped according to mba. He was probably going to be a top five guy. Hey not got hurt now. He's projected to go at nineteen twenty twenty one. May maybe a little earlier. Do you think i mean what does that. Who does it remind you. Michael junior bulbul. Both of those guys were projected to go in the top. Ten top five when they first put on a uniform and they played eight games for their school or whatever and because of injuries people passed on him. Bo-bo dropped all the way to the second. I mean the rest is history. I mean we don't we don't know what bowl is but i think we know pretty darn good. You know as far as porter about his offensive side. What he's going to be able to do offensively.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Triple board certified the only triple board certified Harvard trained physician in New York City one of the few in the world and here for you if you want those are my credentials so when you talk about what do I know what that's what I learned and what do I know I know some things from turning thousands of patients over the last thirty years here in New York City where I've worked exclusively thirty years of New York City I want to jump in a and the answer your questions and I want to start out by talking about this woman who's a fifty four year old woman from South Africa she's a fifty four year old woman she has two boys still in South Africa she three years ago had pelvic pain shot a colonoscopy and she was from have a cancer in your **** noon she saw one doctor wanted to remove her **** she refuses was three years ago and now it's our second doctor wonder mover **** and she refused again in the cancer grew and then last year she had SO four cycles of chemotherapy for fox chemotherapy should have an MRI which showed a tiny response almost nothing and then she had a new cat scan about six months ago and the pain has been increasing his pain from his rectal cancer member she's had this rectal cancer for three years is that a little bit of chemotherapy she's losing weight he went from two hundred eighteen pounds two hundred seventy nine pounds she's lost forty pounds she's five foot two just taking pain medicine she's taken actually narcotics for the pain from this rectal cancer and I examined her she declined the rectal exams gutters St stop scanned up we found the cancer a got a pet scan and her cancer markers on here we stage drop and we talked about all the possibilities of the usual treatment is a combined approach and well she's willing to have our focused radiation now to start the process she has refused chemotherapy even though many people believe for initial treatment a rectal cancer would be better she's refuse that and so far she's refused surgery for years so we're trying to help get her cancer under control and this is the work we do just starting the treatment now she's been at this for three or four years and it's not getting better with cancers better to do the best possible treatment as soon as possible try to get cured as soon as possible to lessen the chance of recurrence as much as possible and once you go by the gentleman who came from Jamaica with likely since seven cancer PSA five positive family history is brothers prostate cancer this a sixty year old black man from Jamaica no there's lots of prostate cancer in the black community lots of prostate cancer the Caribbean community this man's brother had prostate cancer this man was seen by his doctors because of the brother so he was smart as brother got cancer so he went out and got checked out south but I should tell you that a ninety percent of patients there is no family history the rest have to be any history this out to be in the sciences of company Lampard bleeding or pain or difficulty urinating you can have prostate cancer with none of those signs or symptoms and many men do they come in to get checked out we check out the men and they want a prostate check up with the come in and we check come up we often find PSAs that are very high sometimes even in the hundreds and we find many cancers in people who come here thirteen eighty four Broadway for a check up for this man has a Gleason seven PSA five prostate cancers high blood pressure diabetes any once our treatment I should say that his father died of lung cancer and his brother said to say had surgery for prostate cancer and and move up impotent and incontinent this man drives a truck examine devise saw him I checked his prostate and he wants our treatment what is the one or two even way once or treatment because he knows of us most likely to keep his sex life for most likely to keep is your inner life which is the opposite of his brother number one number two he does with us there's a ninety percent success rate for a good outcome versus sixty percent with surgery or standard radiation so is lots of reasons lots of reasons to be here thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City and people coming from all over the world for treatment this is a woman who comes from Boston the home of about six separate famous medical schools and she's been there just like it in the care of she wants even though she lives in the shadow of one of the most famous medical schools in the world she's eighty six years old she's world shows two children her daughter flew in from London to be with her and this woman had five procedures under Blatter for bladder cancer now's invasive cancer his offered standard treatment which is declined and then she was worked up she had a teacher.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Probably you know probably nineteen seventy three because there's two things are going on so you got a period of time and are you coming back in to get an inner working on you get yourself back in shape and interviewing you get bigger stronger sold nineteen seventy three I come back to training camp and honest to god I weigh two hundred eighteen pounds and bench press four hundred sixty five pounds I squad six hundred and I run a four five five forty and the best you know and so in I make the team playing special teams once again got to carry the ball once during that season you know so all of a sudden but all of a sudden you know you think about the process in here so it's five years sixty eight in it doesn't seem like much in hindsight but when you're living through it you go horse my future what's gonna happen you know your your posture and to be able to get here now it's so easy as I going through seventy three nineteen seventy four thing on all the starting running backs already bridge predetermined backups already bridges that make this team again I was gonna have to fight with every free agent draft choice rookie once again in Comox says it's not fair not that life but you know it's like okay fine you know I got five years in I got my pension okay I came back I got a chance to play you know maybe not the level I thought you know that wasn't part of the deal so I left the team in my mind I quit after seventy three season then I was in Chicago not going to come back and try to find my life's work and whatever it is when it just again a random thing like the postcard I get a call from any Russell who played linebacker for some more he was a captain of the team and he was coming into Chicago big sports dinner taking place in the subject bunch come down and join us and guys are coming from all lead blah blah blah MC for a while the great to get together and basics yeah I declined he push I declined so Morley push some more and then he said why won't said well like what I'm I'm not coming back next year then it gives me this holes on racial speeches so you can't quit I mean if you quit what you've already done as if you've already made the decision for the coaching staff do you like them well enough to make decisions for them and all your responsibility if this is what you want and is that you got to come back you can make them make a decision I'm in the corner given a reason to either keep or really should put you don't cut yourself rocky Bleier with this the the documentaries on tonight eight o'clock eastern on ESPN to the return I I know we're up against the clock but I do want to ask you one last question what trepidations did you have about going back before you actually got their point of view really not I mean in all honesty none except for go get my physical and mental okay fine no you know make sure that you just drink bottled water heater food in our own so don't hesitate no I have no hesitation at all but my own back yeah I I don't care for going to be late here I've got a question here you talked about as a Vietnam vet coming back to the states and how again not a lot of people could say a whole lot when you guys came back because how you're perceived by the country and I think I know where this is going to go and and I've always felt this about the huddle and and in football players how are you received they're all their eggs you know I was received as one of them coming back okay as as a as a member of the team you know not as a well whatever how the how I perceived it is that they they were they were very great about a subject bringing me back into the huddle and be interesting one of the guys again because that's what you're really looking forward to not as a special project although they might have thought in their machine is a special project well you know the huddle the locker room it never changes you know so you got to be responsive there's no sensitivity right in order everything is fair game bring.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"She had a biopsy but MRI she was never told the diagnosis she had no treatment even though this all happened two years ago she was diagnosed two years ago and she said she was never told she never sent out the doctor they did the test the biopsy but they never followed up she lost weight she went from two hundred eighteen pounds two hundred eighty five pounds she lost thirty pounds I look better records in a year and a half ago should abnormal lymph nodes inner arm pit should enhancement of the breast skin this was biopsied she had biopsy showing invasive cancer. is the one with the two pregnancies and two deliveries when I examined her in the left breast there was about a three centimeters of the inch and a quarter so a big tumor in the left breast with moldable lymph nodes in the left arm pit the rest of her exam was revealing doesn't show anything longs refiner heart was fine her right breast was fights which had a stage three cancer why because she had a mass of the breast and in the armpit multiple themselves in the armpit left breast cancer stage three and she had no treatment for a year and a half for doctors never sat down and told her what she had and she came to me we staged Europe we got pet scans everybody to know exactly where the cancer was we got cancer markers we also got testing to see why she lost at thirty pounds of often when cancer spreads it takes away persons waited eats at the body there was lots of reasons for her to come here lots of reasons for everyone to come really and we staged Europe we found stage three cancer she.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Buy any thirty six on a drive that started back at the Cincinnati twenty three. the Bearcats recipients of three big penalties early in the game now the redhawks assuming this with sticks the red box with that two of their own back to back here almost back to back. well we've seen repair sterling weather for the lead with his helmet no doubt about it and at will. leave him out of next week's first half against the Ohio State Buckeyes who's the the opponent for the redhawks next week right here let it appears anyway let's see what the call is officially but in watching it on replay I think it's a no doubter now that I've seen is a physical safety six four two hundred eighteen pounds from Indiana sterling Weatherford. there comes a call. well that's a big development. he is their number one tackler and sterling Weatherford remains on the field but the Bearcats to have a first down at the Miami thirty six one thirty five left in the first quarter in the ten nothing deficit about Chuck Martin I'm telling my team settle down guys you little bit too hyped up right now that's too close calls we had their back to back in the Bearcats moving the football now if you coached market is one of the settle down.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And so and it but like my authority figure like a you go okay he knows all the answers right ultimately what he does is he sucks at little hope or dream right out here because then that's the reality your facing from his point of view and that was only from his point of view on the perception that he might have had about my my ability but the laughter of it left a big question mark couple days later as you were saying all of a sudden I I get a postcard once again on the passenger just got two lines rock teams not doing well we need you are running in it was like somebody needs but they didn't need me but somebody cared so right and and and and and open the door and allowed me to start causative again about possibly coming back and in coming back and and and and and and maybe try to make this team so that was a weird that was a big a big step what's interesting there I find is that that's like when you go to the hall of fame speeches and you never know what motivates somebody one little thing and that thing turned out to be a huge motivation for for much you know very much so because somebody had a belief in you and be in the family that they are and were at that time yeah I mean they gave me an opportunity and we as you'd say it or it might take they they they came I want to practice I would have cut myself early I mean so you go through practice and you go but they keep me always through and all the way through and show vape put me on injured reserve I had another operation I had some trap although it's working its way out of my Ford at that time but they bought me a year I come back the following year and I made the taxi squad that year or developmental squad but they bought me two years two years two years of an opportunity he'll to get stronger and to be visually in there are wrong so they saw an improvement over that period of time and then in by nineteen seventy two here I make the team as a special teams kind of guy and so on and so then the rest becomes history there after literal history our time Super Bowl champion I'd say so rocky Bleier with us in studio here was there a moment in that time for you talk about it such a long road back to getting back on the field that way was there a moment where you felt normal again where you said I feel like my football playing self again he he probably you know probably nineteen seventy three because there's two things are going on so you got a period of time and are you coming back in to get an inner working on it could be a self back in shape and interviewing you get bigger stronger so in nineteen seventy three I come back to training camp and honest to god I weighed two hundred eighteen pounds had bench press four hundred sixty five pounds I squad six hundred and I run a four five five forty the best you know and so and I make the team playing special teams once again got to carry the ball once during that season you know so all of a sudden but all of a sudden you know you think about the process in here so it's five years sixty eight in it doesn't seem like much in hindsight but when you're living through it your goal horse my future what's going to happen you know you get buster and to be able to get here now it's so easy as I going through seventy three nineteen seventy four thing on all the starting running backs already bridge predetermined backups already bridges that make this team again I was gonna have to fight with every free agent draft choice rookie once again and Comox stress it's not fair not that life but you know it's like okay fine in I got five years in I got my pension okay I came back I got a chance to play you know maybe not the level I thought but in all that wasn't part of the deal so I left the team are you in my mind I quit after seventy three season then I was in Chicago not going to come back and try to find my life's work and whatever it is when it just again a random thing like the postcard I get a call from any Russell who played linebacker for arsenal he was a captain of the team and he was coming into Chicago big sports dinner taking place and he said okay bunch come down and join us and guys are coming from all lead up blah blah haven't seen you for awhile the great to get together basics yeah I declined he push I declined so Morley push some more and then he said why won't say well like what I'm I'm not coming back next year then it gives me this holes one official speeches so you can't quit I mean if you quit would you have already done this and you've already made the decision for the coaching staff do you like them well enough to make decisions for them nor your responsibility if this is what you want and you said you got to come back you gonna make them make a decision back in the corner given a reason to either keep or relation but it'll cut yourself and so the reality game you said is that we're all expendable we all can be caught red anytime but if this is what you want you don't cut yourself and that was just your interesting indeed and I came back in nineteen eighty four one on one official balls rush for house charts in nineteen seventy six rocky Bleier with us the the documentaries on tonight eight o'clock eastern on ESPN to the return I I know we're up against the clock but I do want to ask you one last question what trepidations did you have about going back before you actually got their point of view really not I mean in all honesty none except for go get my physical and mental okay fine no you know make sure that you just drink bottled water and eat their food in on so don't hesitate no I had no hesitation at all but my own back yeah I I don't care for going to be late here I have another question here you talk about as a Vietnam vet coming back to the states and how again not a lot of people get to save a lot when you guys came back because how you're perceived by the country and I think I know where this is going to go in and I've always felt this about the huddle and and in football players how are you received there all that it you know I was received as one of them coming back okay as a as a as a member of the team you know not as a do you think well whatever how the how I perceived it is that they they were they were very great about a subject bringing me back into the huddle and be in just one one of the guys again because that's what you're really looking for jobs not as a special project although they might have thought in their machine is a special project and and the good breaks that maybe other guys might not have gotten but but not so you know it I don't you know the huddle the locker room it never changes you know so you got to be very sensitive there's no sensitivity yeah that's the ultimate test that's when you so the story is absolute phenomenal I've I've seen parts of it again it's going to air tonight eight o'clock eastern on ESPN to the return rocky Bleier going back to that same rice paddy in Vietnam where you almost lost it all and very glad that that wasn't the case I'm glad you're back and be able to tell that story thank you very much you're welcome thank thanks Mike Mike I coming up from American hero to.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Back we are back on her but a sixty four year old woman she came to me almost a year ago she is with two children she works for the MTA here in New York city's is born in Granada she's a black woman and I say that because the death rate in the black community for women is double for breast cancer and I said as a warning and really it's a warning for every woman black white and every color and religion and create an origin there's hundreds of thousands of breast cancer a year about a quarter million and breast cancer can it anybody even if you don't have a family history no matter where you're from in men and women a few percent of men and we'll talk about that later today this woman had a massive left pressure the biopsy the biopsy showed invasive cancer shed testing done and there was a mass inner arm pit so usually the first place not always but usually the first place a breast cancer travels to the lymph nodes next to the breast under the arm she had a biopsy by amr by she was never told the diagnosis she had no treatment even though this all happened two years ago she was diagnosed two years ago and she said she was never told she never sent out the doctor they just to test the biopsy but they never followed up she lost weight she went from two hundred eighteen pounds two hundred eighty five pounds she lost thirty pounds I look better records in a year and a half ago should abnormal lymph nodes inner arm pit should enhancement of the breast skin this was biopsied she had biopsy showing invasive cancer his room with the two pregnancies and two deliveries when I examined her in the left breast there was about a three centimeters of the inch and a quarter so a big tumor in the left breast with moldable lymph nodes in the left arm pit the rest of her exam was revealing doesn't show anything longs refiner heart was fine her right breast was fights which had a stage three cancer why because she had a mass of the breast and in the armpit multiple the floods in the armpit left breast cancer stage three and had no treatment for a year and a half for doctors never sat down and told her what she had and she came to me we staged her up we got pet scans everybody to know exactly where the cancer was we got cancer markers we also got testing to see why she lost at thirty pounds of often when cancer spreads it takes away persons waited eats at the body there was lots of reasons for her to come here lots of reasons for everyone to come really and we staged her up with sound stage three cancer she.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick
"You know, I got something. You'll have to forgive me. I'm a little bit higher today. Could John know what dropped his clock last night? So I was going to listen to it. 'cause I knew you wanna talk about it. You have to watch it. Yeah. Yeah. I'll watch it beyond say's. Homecoming. How it you guys watch right now. Yeah. I was up it came out last night at twelve o'clock midnight. We were up until it was over at like two thirty two this two our. Like when it drop us ready to press. Yes. Eleven fifty nine and. Counting twelve o'clock kit. Push play. Let's go. Coming out, the me, and my knees washed it, but big right only were sold turned up. The TV was on. I don't know how you didn't wake up because the TV was so loud, we were dancing and screaming. And like we were back at Coachella last year. It was such an amazing show chosen just hurt like documentary life. It is her about Coachella performance issues. Is it her performance last year, same bits and pieces of it? It's amazing. So was about her performance. But it was about the how and the why like what it took to put that show together. And why she did how she did it. It was just so dope. Like the whole thing. She was just so unapologetically black. To like the tenth power. It was like I wanna go to ABC you. I'm going. I'm gonna sign up next. I'm going to sign up next semester. How much was J? Or is it more? I mean, he he was in every now, and then it really they showed her performance, but in between it had like clips of them rehearsing just her worth at is off the chain eight months they practice for that performance. Three different sound stages. Like, it was just. She's just amazing. Get us. Crazy more Jay z. So I'll probably nothing to do with daisy. Upper more you by one watching that. Yeah. To watch it. She's just so dope. Is it was really inspiring for me because just she had just had her babies. She put on she was two hundred eighteen pounds. She had the baby she liked the day. She had the baby she came in at two hundred eighteen pounds, and then right after that she had to go to work, and so her drive, and dedication and everything had to be armed point. Because she that was her first time performing. I do not think Dr Miami had anything to do with that. I think Dr he'd be getting them, right? Like plastic surgeon go near and just so you can kinda get plastic surgery. Lift up her shirt, and she got look. Could by he don't have a. Have you look at it chicken be light? I feel like you can that's all I'm saying. Because if you get in surgery most of the time you're going to. Make your body parts like more. I'm just saying her. I want to look actual. Yeah. You know, what I'm saying cut me up also feel like based on what she showing us. She put that work in to get how she getting how she was so excited to be able to fit back on for costume from the formation tour. Like she was excited you're saying she didn't take easy route. She really this when she took the easy way. Right. You got you had twins. She had that brain belly at the end of the day at not everybody. Belly? Oh, you don't. Thing think about it had three keys. I mean. Yeah. My right. Get everybody get it. But I'm just saying ain't gonna come in ain't gonna snap back. Like like that eight months. You can't snap back. Eight months. You can you can snap back. But it's still gonna be Lucy. You can't do nothing with that. Last. You understand how you've been to a few of her shows. It's nonstop from the beginning to the end in growing. She'll be out of how good of a shape that girl is in. I dig it. I think about that. I give it up. Plus you plus you got cooks maker. He was in full hater bone.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of the most revealing parts of her Netflix documentary homecoming beyond say says that while giving birth to her twin she had pre-clampsia causing high blood pressure and had to have an emergency seasick. I mean, that's all. I mean, it was really scary thing because in addition to that one of the babies hearts paused a couple times. Yeah. And that's why she had the C section. That's sad. I know that's scary. Everybody's healthy. Yes. At the time beyond say gave birth to the twins. She weighed two hundred eighteen pounds and said she had to fight her way back. She says there were days that I thought I'd never be the same never be the same physically. She says, my strength and endurance would never be the same. But as we can see from the video. Scheepers won her straighten. Yes, I love that man. I I like, the she was honest about going that transition from going back to work that's real life, right? That was such a relatable moment is in the in the movie because she really does say what women have felt for people all have felt some point of going back from police where you've taken a break to relearn, right? The muscle memory every men to move your body in that way. Right. Well, good news for Wendy Williams, and Charlemagne the God, they are reuniting after nearly ten years of not speaking Charlemagne was introduced, and I didn't know this. He was introduced to most of us. And when they say us, I am not us through Wendy Williams when she used to do radio. He was her co host. I didn't know that either. But I do know I saw a headline read the article because it's three thousand nineteen. That's right. But something about that like he had been witnessed who some of the ways that her husband mistreated her he says, that's why they stopped talking. Well, it had something he was the root of the problem is we assume. Yeah. But word on the street is they're going out to dinner. Oh, good. I'm glad powerhouses, man. Clearing the air. Yes. Well, we'll just see let's just keep it in the pause. Yeah. Is suing its former CEO for allegedly China pocket. Two billion dollars in assets before the company went Bank through man. I mean, I get it. I don't condone it. Well. This guy got Sears in order to dismantle it liquidated sell it for scraps. Yeah. That's like a whole. Yeah. It's a thing a whole business model. Yeah. About being positive money..
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Now under criminal investigation and the college admission scandal one of the actresses daughters received a target letter from feds in Massachusetts earlier this month regarding operation bar city blues. It informed her that she is now under investigation to which could result in criminal charges. Laurie Laughlin in her husband Maasim out. Don't appreciate all the backlash over this involvement concerned about whether they appreciate it or not I we should all stop giving him a hard time because they don't appreciate they are outraged by people saying that they are cheaters called sorry. I don't cheat. Cheat masses all cheating beyond says super strict diet has Twitter talking on her homecoming Coachella documentary for Netflix that we rocked out to yesterday to mazing the formation singer revealed how she was limiting herself. No, Brad, no carbs, no sugar. No dairy. No fish, no alcohol. Bottom line. I'm hungry. What are you eating? She added. I was two hundred eighteen pounds day. I gave birth. I had to rebuild my body from muscles. What people don't see is. All the sacrifice. Yeah. Well, we don't see any food on your plate. Either. No. The return of game of thrones was arguably the most anticipated TV event since ever, but apparently not everyone who wanted to see it has an HBO subscription because the first episode of season. Eight was pirated lot an online piracy data firm called new says that Sunday season premiere was downloaded or washed illegally more than fifty four million times in the twenty four hours after it. Aired for context Nielsen's tracking says a total number of legal viewers on Sunday night was around seventeen million. So more than triple more way. More people watching it illegally Kaelin than legally illegal though, someone's paying for it because you should be paying for it. Individually, every every set should pay, you know, because if you're watching on somebody else's, it's your basically.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"She came to me almost a year ago. She is with two children. She works for the MTA here in New York City. She was born in Granada. She's a black woman, and I say that because the death rate in the black community for women is Dabo for breast cancer. And I said as a warning, and it's a warning for every woman black white and every collar and religion and creed. Origin. There's hundreds of thousands of breast cancer year about a quarter million and breast cancer canoed, anybody even if you don't have a family history. No matter where you're from in men and women a few percent and men and we'll talk about that later today. This woman had a mass in her left brash at a biopsy. The biopsy showed it in face of cancer shed testing down and there was a mass in her armpits. So usually the first place not always. But usually the first place a breast cancer travels to the lymph nodes next to the breast under the arm shed a biopsy by Amer I she was never told the diagnosis. She had no treatment. Even though this all happened two years ago. She was diagnosed two years ago. And she said she was never told. She never sat down with the doctor. They detest the biopsy, but they never followed up. She lost weight. She went from two hundred eighteen pounds to one hundred eighty five pounds. She lost thirty pounds. I looked better records in a year and a half ago. She had am normal lymph nodes in her arm pit should enhancement of the breast skin. This was biopsy. She had biopsy showing invasive cancer. This is the one with two pregnancies and two deliveries when I examined her in the left breast. There was about a three centimeter that's about an inch and a quarter. So big tumor in the left breast with multiple lymph nodes in the left armpit the rest of her exam was on revealing to didn't show anything or lungs refiner. Heart was fine her right? Breast was fine. So she had a stage three cancer why? Because she had a mass in the breast and in the armpit multiple influence in the armpit left breast cancer stage three and she had no treatment for a year and a half or doctors never sat down and told her what she had. And she came to me we staged her up. We've got pet scans everybody to know. Exactly. Where the cancer was got cancer markers. We also got testing to see why she lost thirty pounds and often when cancer spreads it takes away persons waited eats at the body. So as well. Lots of reasons for her to come here. Lots of reasons for everyone to come really and staged her up. We found stage three cancer. She refused surgery. She had such a terrible experience at the other place. She just did not want to have surgery. She does not want to have chemotherapy, we tritter only with our treatment here radio. So did your kid about a year ago? And she came into this week. I examined her that mass in the breast gone the mass in the armpit gone. Her staging is fine. We repeated her blood.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The season was the put muscle position possible to. I didn't know how the NFL felt before the season played. So. Coming in the season me play my game. Obviously when you win good things happen. Collar Murray, speaking to the media over the weekend, and you know, it's been a few weeks. We sat with him at the super ball. He I don't know. Maybe I'm seeing what I wanna see. But he looks a little thicker already. He looks a little bigger. Maybe he's been drinking a lot of milkshakes. Eating a lot of steaks, Peter. But part of the goal is to get him up to a more NFL, ready, wait, and you've learned that he seems to be moving in that direction. Yeah. I heard over the weekend that he's up to two oh six Mike, which is going to be music to the ears of a lot of people around the NFL. The guy who is most compared to Russell Wilson has bulked up. He was he at the scouting combine less than an inch taller than Cuyler Murray way two hundred and four pounds. And now Russell Wilson is probably in the to eighteen to twenty range, and he is solid as a rock. If you go up to Russell Wilson and say, hey, how you doing Clapham on the shoulder? Whatever you're gonna find a guy who solid rock Cairo Murray is high worded in my column last week, Mike when I wrote extensively about Murray, you know, he had the Bill there's a football player. More of a Mookie Betts more of kind of a baseball outfielder, which indeed a lot of people thought he was going to be. But now if he is up to two oh six which I heard pretty reliably over the weekend is what he is. It shows that not only always eating better. He's obviously working out and devoting himself. Self over the last couple of months since playing in that last bowl game. He's devoting himself to doing what the NFL wants, which is to put on a suit of armor on a on a more sleight body than the NFL would want at the quarterback position. We had Russell Wilson and collar Murray roughly two hours apart on set at the Super Bowl. And there was a noticeable difference between the two I wish I would have had them back to back. So I've been just in my own sitting five feet away from them or less. Russell Wilson has that suit of armor. Kyla Murray doesn't in my concern was that his frame may not be conducive to putting on that suit of armor that it may limit him that it may make his movements tighter and more more clumsy than otherwise they would be it just didn't look like you could find a spot to put fifteen pounds. He just looks small not just short but small and they'll find out on on whatever day, it is that they do the way. And because it's down to your boxers. It's down to your briefs. It's stand there for everyone to gawk at and get on a scale. And they'll know exactly how tall is in the know exactly how much he weighs when it's time to go for that way in Peter. And the everything I think about all of this Mike that we have to keep that. We have to understand Cuyler Murray is obviously it's good right now that he weighs two six. He is not an NFL finished product right now under any circumstances. And so I think everybody who looks at him right now is going to say, essentially, okay. What's he look like now because this is all you can go on. But I think let's say he would go to a team and sit for a year or so, and I have I have said, hey, look New England's got six picks between thirty two and one hundred and one if Tyler Murray comes down in the draft and is there in the teens and the patriots like them, they're certainly going to have the munition to go get him. Well to me that's a pretty good spot for Karla Murray. Go order a team with a veteran quarterback where he doesn't have to play opening day. Because then you say to him. Okay. Here's the program that we're going to put you on and you're gonna way two hundred eighteen pounds a year from now. But now we're still going to have a role for you in our regular offense. It's not gonna be a Lamar Jackson role necessarily. But we're going to be able to do some different things in our offense that we've never been able to do before. So who knows I think that you know, as Lincoln Riley, the Oklahoma coach told me last week. He said, look, I think he'd be fine going into a situation where he was tutored for awhile. You know in in a different offense because he was very good sitting behind Baker Mayfield. For one year. But the other thing is if he has to play right away. He's going to be okay. And so we'll see what happens, Mike. I'm I'm fairly bullish on his NFL chances. Whether he sits for a year or two or whether he asked to play play pretty quickly as Baker Mayfield, did oh I'm fascinated by what he can do. And I hope he does great things. How do you convince a team that may be worried that baseball is still lurking that the as planned to swoop in once they know what the slot is. And how much an NFL team can pay an offer more than that to try to get him to come back to baseball. No matter what he says that is still looming out there. And there's a chance you put his name on a draft card, and you're not going to get him to put his name on a contract. I mean a chance Mike, but I I it's hard to think that Keiler Murray with everything he is said to this point and what he's acting on right now. It's hard to think that let's say he's drafted by the New England Patriots. And let's say he has to sit for two years rather than be starting quarterback in the NFL. If that is enough to make him say, I'm going back to baseball. Well, he wasn't very convicted on football in the first place. I doubt sincerely he'd say that plus he and his agent Eric burkhart. They now know that where he gets picked means. Here's how much money you're going to make you make your money on the contracts beyond the first one. So I don't really view that is that much of a threat right now. The only way I would view it as a threat is if he played football and stunk. And and then he might get tempted after three years like if he was James Winston right now, maybe he'd be tempted to go and beaming. Jameis Winston was the closer at Florida state. I wonder if he's thought at all if he has a bad year a groups aeriens this year. Will he.
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Yep. He'll he entered it two hundred eighteen pounds. He was fighting in the in the World Series term at one seven simultaneously. He's in a one hundred seventy pound tournament and the two hundred eighteen Pounder, what are you in a two eighteen and he's like this is where the spot was for Jake shields. What do you mean? Couldn't get a spot. He was fine with it though. Yeah. He doesn't say no to nothing. I admire him for that. And I'm like man, you know, just still going at it still being competitive and just he just loves to compete, and he just puts himself out there. And does I admire that, I think it's pretty neat. What's going to happen with I call the World Series? It's inappropriate, but international fight league professional. Finally, thank you. PF L, but what happens now, so they've got all these guys contract to do the tournament tournaments now done. So do those guys come back next year? And just try to get each other. They bring a new guys do they stick with the term it format? I think that's what they plan on doing. I think every year they're going to have what one show a month. And it's all you know, working the way to the tournament to win that tournament. I mean, if you did to way classes per show, I think that's what they do like to I like to weight classes and get some of the bracket done, and they took about a year to complete. I think they might stick with that format. But if you have those guys on our contract that largely next year's tournament is the same competition. Maybe a couple of new faces. Maybe not a good thing or bad thing because I'm saying it out loud. Maybe that's a good thing. If you're comparing it to the NBA in the NFL, which is what they're modeling next year. The Lakers aren't gone Lakers back the Sonics repack. So maybe you do bring the get saying guys a little bit different up till you get to. I don't know. Yeah. I know what I'm saying right now. But now that we've sent it out loud. Yeah. That might be what it is just bringing all new guy. Right, right. Yeah. I think you may be you know, who the top eight was at sixteen brackets there were sixteen bracket. So you maybe keep the top eight, you know, you replace some if you keep the top four and and put some new faces in there. But yeah, I think you're right. I think it'd be fun to see some of the same faces and get some of the rematches and and ensue pops up and wins the next year. You know, I think it's a pretty cool it won't be over. But at one me over a little bit slow when I first heard about it in there was points. And there was a system, and you advance I got lost port way through Ricky story. My teammate was in. We're shower one day, and he explained it to my, oh, wait a minute. This is really simple. You get a knockout you get this. This is really simple for some reason when I was told about the points. I thought it was more sophisticated. I liked their product when it was done. Now, they got that Kayla Harrison. That's right. Something to watch. I don't know what she's going to be calm or where she's going to go. But there's something there, and you know, and Chris cyborg don't forget. Is essentially a free agent. Very true. I don't I don't think they're going to get her. But I would think if anybody's going to make a play for her it would have to be them because of Harrison. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And they also saw Ray Cooper recoup. It was in. I know he took second place. I can't believe it. I mean, I think there's. Who's going to win it? I thought he was too. There was some cool stars stars born in Vinnie Vinnie Matt murders last night. It's not. Yeah. He's great. You know, he took second place as well. He had a great tournament. SO I want so people I wanna see back out there..
"two hundred eighteen pounds" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"In honor of the patriots and the Rams and the Super Bowl, we still have that. And if that happens to be the our three theme, it is not Melanie are going to go to Bristol and beat Patrick senseless. That's fair. Lame you. But that's also, okay. Good. I got. No, I got no further. Guesses melman. You gotta guess we'd emotion paradise city. Aerosmith guns N roses. You kidding me? Mike, a has offered one heck of a prize. If we get it. At the end of the show, if you get it if I get it. Yeah. Don't count me in this. Yeah. All right battle here. We might give those details a little later. All right. Senior bowl senior bowl itself. Is today. Two thirty eastern time. And we've obviously got plenty of impact in the draft. We would think but Mellman you watch these guys for years before senior senior bowl week may not necessarily make much of a difference to you. But we are going to go from now to the draft position by position and you will break down your top five at every single position or position group. And today we start with quarterbacks Mel typing. He is the most fascinating intriguing player in the district the NFL draft. He's got the answers who you should take who you shouldn't take strappy type. Type junior extol elitist milk, hyper chewier NFL draft. Big board. So here it is quarterbacks. You want to go five to one you want to go. Honorable mention somewhere there when he got. Well, we start out with honorable match. All right. Let's do it. I will mention because it is a little deeper than five I think Ryan Finley Boise state NC state quarterback. I would put right on the cusp of being in the top five. I would put Jarrett stidham Auburn who started strong with it upset win over Washington. Obviously not fitness for the system at is issues around him in terms of injuries. I think Clayton Thorson northwestern summer down on him. But he came back from that knee injury had it late in the end of the year of the previous season came back with that pitch count. Give them credit for gutten it out people. I don't think gave him enough of a basically a benefit of the doubt this year because he was playing at far far less than one hundred percent. And I think he played well considering the injury. So he would have to be in there as well. And then Gardner Minhsiu golden Johnny United golden arm award winner had a really good year. But is he just a backup tight probably? And that's not bad for guy was gonna go to Alabama just be a backup. So I think when you look at the other quarterbacks those chase McSorley Penn State, I go late round possibility. Tyree Jackson coming out early from buffalo lake round possibilities. So that's the quarterback group beyond the top five. But at number five. Is will Greer West Virginia? And some thought maybe he could be the third highest rated quarterback. He's still has a shot to get to that third spot. It's not out of the question, but probably four or five borderline. I I think more of a two three. Good. And obviously at Florida venit. West Virginia is he going to be a quality starting quarterback in the league. That's going to have to be the debate. Because not taking a guy late. I not thinking he will be. And I think there's a debate as to whether he can be so I'll put will Greer West Virginia actually measured out at six two and a half two hundred eighteen pounds will Greer at number five. All right as we remind you ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. The power to save is in your hands nap shot from progressive rewards. You're safe driving with discounts. Find out more progressive dot com..