24 Burst results for "Two Hundred Fifty Pounds"

Ironman Duo Team, Brent & Kyle Pease, on Training and Racing Together

Ali on the Run Show

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Ironman Duo Team, Brent & Kyle Pease, on Training and Racing Together

"Do you remember your first round together. Once you've got the chair and all of the proper equipment in place for you to train together what were your first runs together. Like our first one park and it was one of those weird days in atlanta on february where it was just perfect. Whether you know it was like sixties low seventy something like that and it was just it. it fell. you know we had done all these different things. We had done the wheelchair soccer. We had done the. We had done the modified sports in the backyard. But this for whatever reason just felt different felt like we were both going in the same direction at the same time So it was just it was. It was a lot of fun and we were already at an age. Where maybe you're not hanging out with your siblings like that. You're not competing together anymore and here. We were at in our twenties getting ready to tackle these huge goals that we had never thought of and what about the physical component. What was it like. For each of you brent. What was it like pushing a chair. Because it's very different than say pushing a stroller. Like i'm i'm a mother. I have a two year old and running with her a stroller. Like i'm i'm very weak. I do my best. But like i hit a slight incline and on my coo. Get out and walk. Andy like it. It's hard and so for you brenton. Obviously you're you're in incredible shape with a twelve hour iron man but tell me about the adjustment to running with the and then kyle. I wanna hear about from your perspective. What it was like to By the way. I'd rather push kyle than my three year. Old strollers are not. They're not like pushing. Kyle like we're in this now. But the original chair we had was basically an adult jogger or an adult stroller so is meant to hold somebody up to two hundred fifty pounds and so was very similar. My arms were kind of locked out there long and my back would get really sore in my last. I just. I would be really sore. Because i've lost that arm swing and you know we eventually got better equipment but even then you don't get the extra stuff that a normal runner does again. You're not swinging your arms. You don't have that extra motion so you're you're kind of just stuck right behind the chair and then of course there's the just the sheer weight of it There are parts. that are easier and also scarier. I mean the first ten k we did was downhill ten k And it's at the. Time was the fastest that i had ever run a ten k because it was all i could do to hang onto that chair as kyle's wait in the three wheels pulled me straight down at the bottom of the

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How To Deliver A Course When You Havent Delivered A Course Before

You Are The Media

02:04 min | 4 months ago

How To Deliver A Course When You Havent Delivered A Course Before

"There's a ton of continental though and how to put on a course. But i mean just delivered one. I'm with at all still fresh in my mind. I'd like to show what i know now that i didn't know a few months ago if you want to create course but the prospect of it feels slowly overwhelming. Let me break it down into manageable sections the idea build up and the actual event to his comes to when it relates to the idea. You have to know your overall audience. Whatever your topic you have to be clear on the change you believe your students can achieve by studying it. There has to be a clear outcome for them. That they'll miss out that don't attend. Then you have to build the course around what you stand for you make it far easier for people to sign up for your course when what your delivering a line to what you stand for. The flag already. Put an the sun and a known for deviating off into a completely different space. Make selling your calls that much harder to find a way to make it relevant timely as listen in course content in the space people already know you for find a way of tough it into the coach. Zeitgeist to make your topic more timely. For instance you. The media month of learning centered on helping people find momentum in the content marketing and kane as it did offer year of not backs frustration and pain. Now here's what's relevant to the buildup to build an audience before you even think of delivering. This is the most important point if you invest time and effort into the structure kontinen delivery. But you don't have a subscriber base. This is an audience that already received and engages with emails from you. You're facing an uphill struggle to get people to commit. If you have an old him you've built up nurtured and can reach out to it. Becomes far easier for them to say yes. With the youth april you the media month of learning the audience number sixty eight paying attendees and they paid either two hundred or two hundred fifty pounds.

Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

03:41 min | 8 months ago

Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?

"We know that the range on the long range version of the model s. has now increased to four hundred and twelve miles so previously and this is apn estimate previously four hundred to right before let's refresh so we only saw a ten mile increase. Which you know makes us think okay. Tussle didn't really change much in terms of the batteries there but they did note in the earnings report that they made changes to the batteries. Major changes to the modules yuan. They're still using those eighteen. Six fifty cells from panasonic But they have updated the chemistry or at least made some updates to the cell and battery architecture and general replaced those skateboard Visual image online. So it's it's definitely update in terms of the batteries but only see ten additional miles of range. Come out of that. I was pretty interesting especially when we look a little bit deeper and we noticed that the drag coefficient on the model s. has now been lowered from. I believe it was point two three before to now points two zero eight so that should definitely helped with the range. It's a pretty significant reduction in drag coefficient and then we've also seen them drop the weight so the wait for the long range model s now starts at four thousand five hundred sixty one pounds versus before. So i've got the way back machine pulled up here and this is from january twenty fourth. I'm not sure if you can see that. On the stream but from january twenty fourth the long range plus model s had a weight of forty eight hundred pounds so they've cut two hundred and fifty pounds out of the weight. They've reduced the drag coefficient so five percents rate reduction a significant reduction drake officiant and yet. We're only seeing ten more miles of range. This could be a trade off between tussles optimizing for in terms of energy versus power. Obviously the zero sixty on the stock in the long range right now has dropped from three point seven seconds before now down to three point one seconds so some of that could be impacting. The actual range that is happening from the epa tests. But if all else was held equal certainly expected a bigger range improvement from vizier. Point or the zero point two zero eight cd and the two hundred fifty pound weight reduction ver only ten miles only two percent more range two and a half percent more rain when they're cutting weight by five percent so we actually see a similar thing with the model x. As well flip over there so this current long range after refresh. We now have of starting weight and i think i think the drako fishing stay the same on the model x. but we starting wait Five thousand one hundred eighty five pounds on the model x. Verses here is again so this january twenty fifth so before the refresh. It was fifty four hundred thirty seven pounds so again similar. Two hundred and fifty pound reduction there almost five percent and only an actually in the case of the model x. We see arrange decrease so we had three hundred seventy one miles. Epa estimate before. And now we're at three hundred sixty so they only gained ten on the model last. They lost eleven on the model x. A to think that. I always this is pointing to me towards tesla potentially using less fewer batteries in the battery pack. Maybe that's not the case. Maybe these are software ltd but to cut that much weight to cut the drag officiant drako efficient and not gain more than ten miles of range. I think is pretty perplexing so dessel may have found a way to just you know they may have just said okay are target. Here's we're going to stay the same range. We're happy with these ranges and you know we think the customers are happy with these ranges. We're going to optimize for cost and just reduce the number of cells were putting in these new modules packs for the refresh That could have been an option or you know again. Maybe it's just that power versus energy exchange.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"But a sixty three year old woman from the Philippine she's married she came with her friend two years ago showed a mass in the left breast and for two years she did nothing which is something I would advise against if you feel like you have a lump police here doctors are please come here we see people with suspected cancers please don't sit on a please take action but she two years ago felt this left breast mass she felt the mass but did nothing finally this year just a month ago she went to one of the super super big hospitals in the York city she was seen by one of the big surgeons one of the big hospitals who did a biopsy and his father of this big cancers six centimeter cancer and she had multiple modules under the armpit should modules that were three centimeters four centimeters that's almost two inches multiple multiple cancers for a dog to the arm she said she had to have biopsies of moldable mammograms at the super poop or poop for big hospital and this doctor at this super super hospital advised chemo and radiation and surgery and hormones yeah of course recalled to get all the records this woman never smoke she never did anything to get this cancer she was a hundred eighty pounds she's five foot two she takes vitamins I should tell you that people take vitamins have about a ten percent higher death rates so you might want to talk about that when you come in for a consultation his border the Philippines use Jared she works I examined her she has a six centimeter mass in the lower inner quadrant of the left press of the about the left breast the lower part you understand the inner means away from the arm and the cancer was eating through the skin the cancer was fixed to the skin and there were masses under the armpit so so very extensive cancer master cancer markers Astrid skin and the someone contacted me I saw her we talked about all the options and we never push anybody you can get treatment immediately if you want or you go home and think whatever you want this woman has a very very aggressive cancer we talked about all the options and after extensive conversations and consultations with her family she called me back and said Dr Lieberman I want your treatment this is the work that we do every day every day and speaking of women from Asia and we have a lot of women from Asia men and women from around the world we have a woman who came in from Japan she's forty three years old she's married he also was diagnosed with breast cancer she's a lot younger forty three years old with a breast cancer the right breast and she had a bloody discharge she was pregnant she had a baby she breastfed her baby for three years she was scheduled to have surgery in Japan but then she canceled the surgery she never had treatment for this cancer and now this cancer's traveled remember she was diagnosed two years ago three years ago and is now stage four cancer and chest pain he's been on hormonal therapy she stopped breastfeeding she felt a lump in the breast is at a mammogram and ultrasound she went to Japan for the surgery the surgeon the surgery was cancelled the patient just decided not to do it now ships increasing masses of the press to the lymph nodes and terrible paid just irritation of the brushes discoloration on the breast his pain in the right hip has difficulty moving this a forty three year old young woman with a tiny child who could barely move because of terrible pain she lost a lot of weight your weight is normally one thirty five dollars just on two hundred pounds and she's having this back pain and hip pain and well I examined her she's a slender woman and well she has lymph nodes are palpable lymph nodes that means most likely the cancers travel to the lymph nodes above her clavicles on the right side and on the left side and then mac under left neck she had masses two to three seven metre masses and inner arm pits both of the right side and the left side and then the right press she had eight centimeter mass of my fist logo big hands big feet my fist is eight seven meters as women's breast cancers eight centimeters eroding through the skin the skin was rather or not JUULS or not does all the way from the nipple to the outer portion of the breast and should page a terrible pain on motion and movement and we ask for cancer markers restaged drop and this is the work that we do to get people better she's been literally around the world seeking care this is the work we do to relieve pain and suffering district of the breast cancer and unlike with chemo which even if it works only works temporarily with us usually where we attacked the cancers of the breast of the bones of the limbs counts most likely our treatment will stop the cancer where we attack the cancer for the rest of the life of the patient we have lots of experience decades of experience treating breast cancer mainly in women's ninety nine percent of cancers of the breast or women but please remember some men get breast cancer we see men with breast cancer so no one is immune this is the work that we do every day I don't think about a man who comes in from West Virginia is seventy six years old as merry as two children he's blind has a lot of loving family his PSA was elevated at five point nine the usury PSA PSA is that blood test S. prostatic specific antigen usually the cut off is for but I see people with prostate cancer PSA's twos and threes well he had a biopsy with his PSA reached five point nine hit a Gleason eight cancer and he also had three areas of biopsy of what's called pre cancer or PIM he wakes up twice a night to urinate we offered a medication for that his weight is two hundred fifty pounds he's six foot one examined.

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"You're back with heating it up I'm sure alters Jamison Hey how are you doing today hope all is well and if a lots of a server eating way too much this time of year but now I go to the gym every day to try to offset the effects of a lot of this holiday food but it's a nice to have chances to get together with family and friends over the a lots of good meals to I have with me today Brandt Yang him he is hot Santa Fe shelf he is in charge of a pop up over it tumble route brewing and he also is a bartender a blue corn cafe downtown you can go see him there some nights as well but he also that dumplings and things that he does it tell route you can order of through dashing delivery for your home your meals and you also can get a hold of brand for catering to so how should people get a hold of you if they want to get in touch if they're not coming to tumble route directly say they want to have dumplings at home well as the the menu so open to through passion delivery on every Monday night uhhuh looking a little every service yet asking delivery I think they need to get a hold of me taken on if the email me okay what's the email address Brent young my four name at G. mail dot com okay and tell people how to spell that B. R. E. N. T. J. E. U. N. G. okay all right good and it's well worth doing that folks I first met Brett when he was doing one of the pop ups in fact I could get it up a program that ran longer than I thought it was going to and so when my friend and I were trying to get there we were a little bit later than I've I expected to be and the pop up it goes until eight o'clock theoretically yeah it was about seven thirty five I think I ended up coming through the kitchen I came in and said are you the dumpling man you said yeah are you still making all the doubling he said oh yeah for as long as you want me to be here all make dumplings that I like this guy already before I even had any of the dumplings so yes that we had quite a feast that night and then you did some more dumplings for me another time so these dumplings you make the rappers and you make the fillings and everything right yeah fellow of we have a we likely have like a two hundred fifty pounds of the that the machine at home if that's how we make a disk and also we buy some skin hi and and we make all the feelings yeah okay and what makes a Korean dumpling how does that differ from Mike a Chinese dumpling up a Polish Perot for that matter well I don't see much difference quite ninety three like or the food is very have enough these days that we have like the only thing is that we have I got to know they cut the front country through the borders of up I can deal like a or they think about that with the you know so little the country was divided into many and that other than the pain so I was in the head I got the the th Korea the Korean peninsula had recommended different countries uhhuh enough right now it's like I said the two countries but yeah so like I think the food is relating to that I can look at age and them being I just put a send them running for Chinese companies yeah no Crean them reading for Japanese dumplings they have a a day or two should share many things in common uhhuh and what type of feelings do you make for these all right now we do with the beef bash and it has remained part okay and the chicken as well as the the vegetarian vegetarian options uhhuh those are bright green too yeah they are clean and and we we just to come up with a we also try to come up with the family cover local touch so we also added some have the green chili to the like a chicken dumplings fishing if we should have a some sort of get chilly in our menu yeah no when I was at muscle sushi the other day I had some got a temper of the running a role in a green chili temper and it I was thinking back to I think it was actually the folks at Shoko who kind of introduced your green chili temperature to Santa Fe and they they were inspired as I understand by jewelery and also back way back in the seventies and all to you it's such a good combo it just tastes great together okay so some of your dumplings have a touch of by green chili too alright and you have chili sauces and things like that to season a mop but cases but I have when I moved to Santa Fe blow back in late ninety eighth I thought the risk for a a for the chili is a thing of as well as like a potty that things it didn't come to me very light cover right it gives our eight I felt like about no returning now to home though no we we are have a kimchee chili yes yes I know I I try I try to make can chew with green Chile such a big that occur that way we would it wasn't as good as the ready games you know though and I guess some of my staff really enjoyed but like we when it comes to like a spicy food I think it is a well other up to the two no the thought of it uhhuh open three and food I mean has become so popular have you have not only a career but here in the US and around the world and given some be a very a prominent chefs like David Chang who started out in the mail came to New York and this sort of expanded his get him home and I am retired everywhere yes yeah but it's been great to see and I just yeah I think the combination of the the sort of the boldness of the flavors of some chili and garlic and sesame and all those tastes are just so good and yet for people who have a Santa Fe type me a palette I think yeah it's a it's a the absolute good you know match yeah yes it so okay when you make your dumplings for Monday's you make all that dough fresh right each time you came in yeah so and okay you do like some of those are sort of pot sticker type things where they're steamed and then pan fried a little bit as I recall the eight mmhm we we started off just of serving steamed this team to yeah but based on my experience at the restaurant most people like it fried to go through it with a beer yes yes yes the hunt and their yard tumble rooted in that there's certainly some good bears yeah amazing dream yes yeah so some of them are steam still but then some of them are fried we've mostly fry just because we're talking like pan frying to finish it off right yes I seen them Pangea yeah with the just make a crispy yeah yeah that's like the way but I like all of your different flavor is what's your favorite do you have a favorite among them my favorite I usually I usually a lot of a leftover well that's good that's the medical if the rest of the faith in him really yes yeah well that's good yeah I am much enjoy the chicken uhhuh and better when you when you have a green chili yeah yeah yeah it's like a great combo you feed up yeah and your shrimp dumplings let's see I think you kind of do a wrapper around the shrimp and you see a little tail sticking out it's very cute if it's half the the whole stream we are to have so much if they threw the feeling is mixed with a stream shrimp and pork and I got the idea from a surely of my a my trip to Korea now when I went to Korea last year I happened to see if I happen to be just America daily show up yes and they had that many different kinds of them brings in a different shape different colors they had they made a film brings in a triangle shape around and no one of them I found the was the whole Sri make sure if if you if the way you described at the horseshoe him in the in it with the tales of sticking out I took a picture and send it to my mother and she she made at the time you can always do is make it someplace that way the way I feel in the future and they're really good and your mom is a big part of the business there to you and she's delightful yes yes yeah and so yeah you work for her now she's kind of working for you brother is now coming into it too right now that he's here yes he's here and of many of my friends make fun of me because of my mother does both of the work and I take the fame but we have to do shout out to her she's great okay my brother here yeah I can for sure work less well now wait a minute let me see I don't work more I heard you were going to expand once about this okay so how to people get a hold of you they can get but okay single on Mondays to tumble route and you're there from four to eight if are the same hours the same in the winter now no no we all plan I think that from the road open for four okay yeah and we usually stay open till nine thirty or okay okay if you will at our yeah and yeah you still have food okay yeah all right so okay there's Monday there and I will come back and let you give your address and things of a return for our next commercial messages three take a quick break here you listing heating it up and we'll be right back meeting for work school shopping or general services save money in right or TV get you there Eldorado Edgewood Lafayette house espagnol impolite gave with twenty seven of twenty nine there are he can get you where you could go work for small fee let the RTV mountain trail be your right to the Santa Fe download the my stop to always know where your bus is in real time right the blue bus dot com when it comes to family there so many moments that are special hi it's John to Mel and Joe develop from develop fine Jim's injury.

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A guide To EBikes

The RV Podcast

15:24 min | 2 years ago

A guide To EBikes

"Time now for the interview of the week and we're going to talk in this week's interview section about E-bikes we get more questions about e bikes in pretty much anywhere we go everywhere we go we hear people talking to us about e bikes I guess is there just so darn much fun right we're seeing more and more e bikes yeah we've had them ours for almost two years now when we first started it was we didn't see any now pretty much every time we're in a camp ground we see them if we're meeting people at an RV show as we do throughout the year people who are now telling us hey we got We got bikes so what is an electric bike now our guest is going to be a friend of ours named Ty Collins Tie is the marketing director for Radd Power Bikes but this is not meant as a commercial and we're we're talking pretty much about electric bikes of all kinds you can get whatever you want but S. T. tied to come on 'cause I know tie well and their bikes are made in the USA they're they're from Seattle and it's been fun to watch the company grow is they've been our sponsor I think they now have one hundred sixty five employees tie was telling me and they only had like four four five or six when we start when they started with as a sponsor of this podcast so we appreciate their support but we also love their bikes and we both have of one and I thought it would be great to answer the questions from an expert rather than us giving you our opinion so I consider this a guide to what oh you need as an RV`er to get an e bike is an e by right for you our guest Tai Collins the marketing director of Rad Power six collins thank you first of all so much for being with us on the podcast we're delighted to have you with us as we've been talking about red par bikes for for years now the first time I think we've had you on yeah definitely yeah Mike and I thank you so much for having us any excuse to talk. Electric Bikes woke loudly take it now let's let's talk about them because as we notice every week we are seeing e bikes electric bikes more and more as we travel across North America oh let's let's sort of start as a primer I know a lot of our audiences either considering it or wondering now after seeing them if this is really what what they need maybe you can help answer some of the more common questions so let's start with just that question why our electric bike so popular today and and what do we need to know about them in terms of motors and how they work definitely will be a big question I think we can kind of boil down some of the key so you know why are you like so popular today I think now more than ever in the US people are really becoming familiar and aware of electric bikes and all the benefits that they have you know when we started up you know a handful a year is back when most people heard electric bike they being really understand the concept and most people thought well why would I need a motor it's a bicycle bicycles if our exercise and while you can use a bike for exercise we really do electric bikes as just an awesome form of personal transportation and on that form of transportation you can get as much or as little exercise as you want the vast majority of US spend a lot of time in the car in very very short trips and e bikes are amazing because they can really replace a lot of those trips that you would take a car on a bike now for someone that's in the RV community they're really just an amazing tool because number one you don't have to rely on to- car you don't have to bring a tow car at all if you don't want to and especially some of our more compact folding models you can actually use the man a lot of the you know cargo bays or cargo areas of your RV trailer fifth wheel what have you so kind of some of the big thanks to know about electric bikes at their core they really are just bicycle they're going to peddle the same you're going to apply the brakes the same way you're going to shift the same way what you're GonNa have the added benefit of the motor which is going to be powered by your battery pack so you can really get as much assistance or as little assistance as watts so if you really just need a little help on the big hills you WanNa ride like normal bike the rest of the time you can do that if you WanNa pretty much treat it like a moped or scooter you're in just to throttle you can do that as well so their popularity is really really increasing because people are realizing what you know a versatile form of bit of our e-bikes it would be fun they are Josh so much fun and when we give people rides Ach with ours and campgrounds and we always let them take take him out for a low one guy ran into a tree once with it that was his problem he wasn't looking going any convinced him he never he never knew how to ride a bike ever so but he ended up buying what but fun is the is the is the most important thing in the first thing I hear everybody this is so much fun but there are two elements that you mentioned let's kind of talk about there's one the motor and one the batteries what do we need to know about the motors is there a certain power setting that we should look for is there any legal restrictions on size of motor what what does the consumer need to know it so in the US the Federal Regulations Limit Electric Bikes that are street legal to seven hundred he wants which is going to be about one horsepower so to legally ride an electric bike on streets bike what's bike lanes things like that it's going to have a Max wattage of seven hundred fifty watts so typically power comes in two hundred and fifty watt increments so more commonly you'll find two hundred fifty watt five hundred watt or seven hundred and fifty watt all of those are going to be street legal you can take a where you can take a race dealer bicycle irregular pedal bicycle obviously but the higher the wattage more power you're GONNA get the more quickly celebrate on the easier time you're gonNA have going up hills so you really want to look for I think seven fifty if you can and that way you're sure you're going to be Hanover exactly so the benefit of seven hundred fifty watt motor is you're going to have the most essentially the most power you can get while maintaining kind of net street legal electric bike classification. If you're going to have power over that it's GonNa go into a new category where it's going to be considered eight moped essentially and you'll need license registration insurance and things like that but at seven hundred fifty watts you can treat it just like a regular bicycle is it just a lot easier I noticed it just recently the National Park Service has authorized the use of e bikes in their system there are still some places though where we do see signs that prohibit electric bikes is is that how how do people get away with that if there are street legal island and have the same category as a as a bicycle yes so where it does get a little bit tricky is the laws around electric bikes are still getting work you know they can differ on a federal state county and even city level so you announcement that electric bikes me legalized the national park system is a really amazing step towards what we're hoping more streamlined and kind of easier to follow around electric bike so there will still be some areas that will kind of you know choose to put their own their own you know rules in interpretation and spend on a on the laws but for the most part as long as you are seven hundred fifty watts or less and there's no specific call out about not being able to ride electric bikes you're typically going to be safe I say typically because Areas can differ but it's becoming you know so much easier to ride electric bikes than it used to be and is there more popular as e bike fans increases across the North America most municipalities are realizing that these are here to stay and I think that'll change let's go down to the batteries because those are motors are powered by a battle sorry and I guess as a electric bike rider myself the first thing Jennifer and I noticed is it is is basically silent you really don't hear the motor it's not like a motorcycle or even a scooter it's very very quiet saremi thing we should know about the noise jason then we'll get into the battery usage yes so just a he said it's pretty much going to be silent you know it's it's not like the two or forced broke motors used on motorcycles and scooters at all you're really just kind of here a small winding noise from the motor and because you're pulling off a higher average speed in traditional by you might hear a little more noise from the tires on the pavement than you're normally used to but other that it's going to be very very quiet you know there are a number of different types of motors in find on electric bikes so on the bikes that we produce your red power bikes all of our motors are going to be mounted in the rear hub of the wheel we chose to use that style of motor because it's going to give you a very very natural writing experience the power still going to be generated from the rear wheel it's a nice balance is a very smooth ride of those two types of there's we have one is known as what's called internally geared motor so actually going to have a gear system within it and the other one is going to be a direct drive motor just basically powered by a series of magnet direct drive motor is going to be the styling motor that's featured on about half of our bikes in fact the device that you have micro both GonNa Feature Director motor so that's GonNa be kind of quiet as option out of all the different electric bike motorcyles you're gonNA find basically it's a series of that pop power the bikers basically just one single movement part and because of that it's GonNa be a very very quiet ready experience which really just me aches the ride that much better oh you don't even know it's it's running you don't even hear it it's neat back to the batteries you do have to charge these how how far can you go into battery or how long does a battery charge last how long does it take typically charge the battery yeah all great questions so typically a completely dead battery is GonNa take about four or so hours to charge so not too long at all and once fully charged we give eighty real world estimation of between twenty five and forty five miles per charge so the main things that are going to influence that what are your level of assist so are you just getting a little gentle level of assistance or is motor doing the vast majority of the work for you what's the size of the writer obviously a one hundred pound writer versus a two hundred fifty pound writer or use a different level of juice and then a big one the level of terrain where you cruising on a flat paint surface or you're going down some you know pretty serious roles obviously the more hills you know more power it's GonNa use I myself the way I ride which is around the city Seattle which definitely has its fair share of hills I typically getting around forty miles per charge in my kind of just common everyday usage so it's it's quite a bit quite a bit longer than it seems in a you can really covers some some major ground on a single charge now unlike an electric car for sample you don't need any specific plug you just need I guess I've always said a thirty ample supply because that's what we have in our RV but I actually just plug mine into an outside thirty APP supply on my RV or at the pedestal and they charge up real quick there I've even charged them off my batteries Argonne cell phone you'll be set and you do have a gauge their that roughly let you know how much power you have so it's very easy I've never run out and we've gone forty fifty miles a day on sometimes I've never run a pretty pretty much just like you're in a finding a car with your gas gauge we're GonNa have a very similar style the bike and that's GonNa give you five five different bars to Kinda give you a feel for where where your battery level is at and you can really make sure you're not gonNA go out and get stranded without power you know Oh you know you never wanna get stranded without power because like I was saying earlier are at their core they really are just a standard bicycle you still are going to be able to make your way back if you do in fact run out of power just going to be a little bit heavier of a bike than you might be stu how how much do these bikes way yeah so depending on the model they're going to range about fifty eight or so up to around seventy pounds so we have some replacements are going to be quite a bit more robust but by design to really hold up the weight of passengers cargo things like that now one of the questions I get often asked is how is the best way to carry them on a hitch whether they should be covered or not I always have been on people it's the same as any bicycle care if your bike gets exposed to the elements is there more we have to worry about because of the I I would assume most people would travel at the batteries off but more we have to worry about with these first parts being exposed to the elements yes so by the way kind of level you said there about you wouldn't want to necessarily leave a traditional by out in the rain and that's kind of the exact verbiage that that will use you want to treat it like you would treat you know

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Giant black bears fight in front of man's New Jersey home

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Giant black bears fight in front of man's New Jersey home

"Black bears are common in rural Sussex county, the locals usually pay them. No mind, they give them a wide berth. But when Corrie bail saw a couple of bears in his front yard. He grabbed a camera to two hundred fifty pound bears were fighting, and it was quite a brawl teeth and claws out wildlife. Experts say they were likely competing for a mate it is bare mating season veils. His was frightening because that Brin fight was just feet away from where his three year old likes to play. Fortunately, son was at school at the

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Seven twenty five to play. I snapped at Columbus. Perdue with its first lead of the game twenty to eighteen over Ohio State, Adam Amine, Bob bell van or ESPN radio crew here. The shot steamed center tonight just when we were praising Ohio State for cleaning things up defensively. Here's Purdue on its well to one run taking its first leap. Everything could go wrong for a house fake went wrong. They gave up turnovers they now have made more turnovers than Purdue nine eight produced turning those turnovers into points. They're not doing a good job get into the glass, and they're shooting for I mean, everything could go wrong and the problem with that is Adam I'm a big believer in segment scoring take a look at that segment. Outscored by yell at undoes, eight minutes of work in less than four minutes at psychologically, really, draining produced still got that momentum. Right. Matt harms the seven foot three two hundred fifty pound redshirt sophomore at the line of the left. Looks up the free throw and knocks it down to complete a three point play Purdue leads by three twenty one to eighteen. I'm told by our fundraiser drinks, just simply only take one field goal attempts since the last media timeout given the ball away to win me. Take your shots. Sandra? Western at the top to Muhammed right-wing to Caleb and box. The right quick double team from Purdue. He tries to dribble his way around it and another turnover. It's an offensive foul on Ohio State. He's somebody's really got to talk. He's so Hansie, and he's so big it's impossible the miss, and I don't know what guys think they're going to do in that case. He's dribbling Ebbers looking at who's got the money takes off hand in just books. It's it's inviting a foul call enough, he got Edwards and traffic. Afoul foul. Lied muscles a past Aleppo hunter open for three eighty drills it. And that is the ball goes through the rim, Caleb, western and Matt arms. Both hit the deck Wessons legs runs up of harms momentarily. So he wanted to stop and make sure you didn't get called for a foul or anything like that. Lesson will actually head to the bench right now. Taylor blessing their leading scorer. He's got foul. Trouble. Again. When things go in your way hunter is a twenty two percent three point shooter. He knocks that one down to the wing everything going away on the Boilermakers right now. They're up by six sixteen to one run twenty four to eighteen Purdue and front six forty to play first half here in Columbus. Why did the light Luther Muhammad flips it to the top for Lee hands off in traffic for CJ Jackson? There's it out to Muhammad on the left cross-court pass to Jackson chop fix it offender in hunter in the air. Bribes his way to the paint had his pass deflected by the seven foot three harms it got deflected out towards made port and all the action, Ohio State. Commits yet another file this one. And it's not only the salads a turnover. They tried to run the exact same play where they run that back screen flair for Jackson and instead of shooting at this time he gave up Fagin tried to drive instead he took it right into trouble. And they got a turtle Muhammed. Indeed. His first foul. Here's Purdue up by six they might go back and change it on the drive from the top two feet of the interior for arms. Knee placed Plaisted envoy producers rolling right now. By the way, they did rule that last Ohio State following the D instead of Muhammad, by the way was took a straight down, the gut just laid it in August. There's no shot. There's no rim-protector rim protection down Broadway. Twenty six eighteen Purdue on top ten to shoot for Ohio State, Andre western nearly had it knocked away with covered by the buckeyes on the right wing. Muhammed dribbles towards the corner. Past orange tried to shovel a pass down the baseline jock walk winding down, and it's a shock live violation. I don't know what's happened in the last six and a half minutes. But Ohio State went from rolling to rugged. They part of the problem right now is they don't really have a guy who.

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Scooter mechanic, once homeless, says cheap rides now help him pay rent

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

06:31 min | 3 years ago

Scooter mechanic, once homeless, says cheap rides now help him pay rent

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Scooter mechanic once homeless says cheap rides now help him pay rent. Buy me, Russell for business Lee James's caseworker called to tell him that after receiving government assistance to help pay the rent out a studio in the tenderloin. He was now making too much money to qualify me James said laughing can you do that? Can you make too much money? It's a good problem to have all things considered James fifty two paid his rent in full on his on this month for the first time since two thousand fifteen he earns twenty two dollars an hour as a scooter technician at San Francisco's skip one of two companies permitted to offer scooter rentals on city streets through a year long pilot program James formerly homeless is one of a growing number of workers at skips workshop in the baby neighborhood who fixes injured scooters as he calls them before. They're. Tacked on racks loaded into vans and dispersed across the city. The scooter technician gig didn't exist a little more than a year ago. It's an example of how shifts and business models social norms and consumer habits, spurred by startups can spawn new kinds of work defying predictions that new technologies will destroy more jobs than they create job opportunities for people like James sprouted up as the first scooter rentals began hitting the streets of Los Angeles, the burgeoning market fueled in part by hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital. And in part by enthusiastic users who pay a dollar and up per ride has created living wage jobs for hundreds of people from varying socio, economic classes, I see the Bayview people James said looking around. I hear them talking about the old streets where I used to live. Skip doesn't require technicians to have a high school diploma mechanic training or even a driver's license, which prevent some people from working for Uber or door. Dash. For example, Matt TRAN co founder and head of operations at the Bayview workshop said recruiters mostly look for a strong work ethic and an ability to pick up new skills quickly when James was twenty one in the late eighties. He worked at a tire shop in Sacramento when the clutch went out and his cream sickle colored Datsun two forty z. Classic car is boss helped him to order new parts and showed James how to fix it. The experience set a fire inside me James said he continued to work at the tire shop and later a hydraulic pump repair service in San Mateo while tinkering with cars on the side. No matter where I go. If the car breaks down short of a new engine, I can fix it James said, but after becoming homeless James stayed in shelters in San Francisco from two thousand fifteen to last year when he said his name floated to the top of a waiting list and a city agency helped him find affordable housing the scooters first appeared on city streets and sidewalks in February when a hand. Full of startups introduced them without permission from city agencies James signed up with bird to be a charger, an independent. Contractor who roams the city picking up scooters whose batteries had run low and charging them at home before returning them to the streets when bird left town as a result of the city's new scooter rental permit process the startup fired. It's chargers since they were contractors. They didn't get any warning or severance James couldn't return to his job fixing hydraulic pumps in San Mateo in two thousand seventeen a car ran a stop sign and collided with his moped, breaking his left, leg and hip. He has a limp and can't carry much weight. I was applying for social security when I found this job James said, he thought he would live the rest of his life reliant on government aid. Then I saw the ad for fixing scooters. It was a real job skill promised to be a different kind of scooter company a lengthy application for one of the San Francisco municipal transportation agencies. Sized firm. It's told the story of startup from San Francisco that would hire locally provide skills training and donate up to five hundred thousand dollars to organizations such as City College of San Francisco that offer vocational courses from Canucks skips Tren says the company is making good on its promise. It sends employee's to recruit and train riders at Sunday street festivals in the Excelsior and the tenderloin recruiters post job flyers in employment offices and shelters and hold regular community meetings. I think that was something San Francisco was looking for TRAN said several companies that were excluded. From the scooter trial are contesting the city's decision saying the process was unfair technicians are classified as employees, not independent contractors and earn at least minimum wage. They're also eligible for health insurance TRAN said, scoot, the other scooter company with a permit to operate in San Francisco has more than forty full time mechanics. Most. Irregular employees and receive benefits and shares in the company, according to scoot bird, which still operates in Oakland, hires technicians as contractors after clocking in to a four PM shift on his phone James scandal large rack of scooters looking for one that called to him electric dance music droned in the background and about a dozen workers. Mostly young black men sat at their desks tinkering with scooters some had electrical wires, clipped, others were missing all the stickers and skips logo. Probably because people tried to steal them James said he seems scooters stripped for parts and set on fire. There's a certain percentage of people who don't like the scooters just because so they figure I'm going to hurt this company where they're living. He said it hurts him to see the vandalized ones. My heart goes into this thing James said grabbing scooters handlebars it has a job to do. And it does its job. Well, if it's fixed everything's oiled and greased and working, right? It will carry. A two hundred fifty pound man up a hill without this. I could end up anywhere. I could end up homeless again or I could end up doing something stupid. But these guys provide me job they provide me a skill set. They pay me a livable wage, I paid my rent for the first time today. It was a huge day for me.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on College Football Live

"He's healthy again. Six foot five really good in the pocket. Can I think the weakness of clemson's defense is obviously not the defensive line? I can make some plays in the passing game. I think that's too high. It'll be a twenty point game. How about a ranked non power five matchup? We have UCF is a seven point favorite over since eight. David you're going to be there for game day to hire to low game day come into town all the excitement all the enthusiasm. I tell you what Cincinnati can run the dadgum rock their physical. I like what they bring to the table. But. I just think too much firepower too much excitement and Kirk herbstreit in town. I mean, everybody's gonna be jacked up like there's just no chance come on since you'll hit him in the mouth. But there's too many players on that UCF office that can turn a four yard game into the Dutch now. All right. Trevor what about some mid week match. And we have a six and four Ohio at three point favorite over a nine in one buffalo what's going on with Vegas here. I think buffalo wins this game going away. I think the bad matchup for Ohio is at their secondary won't be up to the explosive plays that the buffalo offense could put on a buffalo. Leads the MAC in plays of seventy ours. More can't match up with that. Well, that's the reason why right there tire Jackson. Six foot seven two hundred fifty pound quarterback. That's nimble Avery Johnson. By the way, is an NFL baller at the next level. Buffalo's got some dadgum skill. I mean, they've got some players. So you think you could take that to the bay you can count on buffalo and their big quarterback to make big plays. Never know what's going to happen. With some action craziness though just going to say that game tonight at seven eastern on ESPN two Trevor now we're going to be there in studio for halftime of that one. That'd be fun. Yeah. It should be. All right. Coming up. We're going to. Get the bump. All right. We're gonna talk about some quarterbacks with milk, hyper junior who he likes for the NFL draft. Some of the guys may surprise you a little bit and Saturday, we've got two big week twelve games. ABC? It's the big twelve at three thirty pm eastern nine West Virginia against Oklahoma state and Stillwater then at eight eastern number twenty four Cincinnati taking on number eleven UCF in the American and game day as we said, we'll be there street will be on site. Both games. Also streaming live on the PF. Nine of the top ten names on Melkite juniors. Big border on the defensive side of the ball led by defensive end, Nick Bosa and Oregon quarterback, Justin. Herbert the top offensive player on the board at number four. That is if he decides to leave you, gene. So let's welcome in the man behind the big board Mel kiper. Thank you so much for joining us, and we're going to start with number one Nick Bosa because he's staying put it number one despite his injury. And then we see at all over who's moving from two down to seven after missing the last three games with an injury. So so why is that? Well, look at first of all Bosa, Molly, he's already done everything you can do at the collegiate level when he's on the field. Now, he's had the ACLU as a senior in high school now the core muscle surgery. So there's two injuries over four year span that's a concern. But still when you watch tape and you'll watch him when he's one hundred percent, he's dominates. When you look at the attitude the approach everything's there for him to be the number one pick overall, and he's in the clubhouse right now, getting ready. So there's next injury. Hopefully, it never happens. We'll be once. He's in the NFL didn't want to risk having another injury in college. Fred Oliver's at different ballgame. He's obviously had the minor injury. But he doesn't have the sack numbers at Aaron Donald did. And I think you'll get all you about two seventy to seventy five not to ninety to ninety five at Oliver still in the.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Let them do the heavy lifting. Therefore you avoid even putting yourself in a compromising situation. Because at the end of the day, like he said, I'm a football player, and my instinct would take over will have instincts telling him, I still got the ball. I want to get this first down. Let me go and he did right thing. I mean by going, look at the guy, the guy's going for his legs. He had no choice, but to go over the top of him. I mean, Cam two hundred fifty pounds. That's a d. v. you're not gonna try to hit Cam Newton your chest and be all the sports shows run highlights. I Cam ran you over, so he's going, low sees goes low. He tries to go up over the top. But for me, I would just prefer Cam to just take the ball dumping MAC increasing. Let's see what you got. You can slide the rules alive. Well, I don't know. I don't know if he would have been able to get the first down because they, they start. They where you go into other than that up. Oh, Cam look, good. He threw them out one plate and the goal line. He was a little late. He got put that ball in front of the guy giving opportunity catch it. It was kinda only back shoulder EJ and the defendant broke the ball up. But other than that. I thought Cam threw the ball. Well, I saw him push the ball lot more throwing his front foot. Yeah, the polls to steer a still falling back. But like I said, nor just make sure you reiterate AKM. That's what you got MAC for Christian McCaffrey. That's what you've got another guy for it was great to see Greg Olsen. It looks like he's, you know, he came back late me out of that broken, but he looks like he's he, he's he's doing well. So I like Caroline Carolina will be to Betty NFC south. That's gonna be a hard fall battles to falcons the Saint Carolina Champa. So I was watching this game live on Friday evening in when Cam did what Cam did I sat back? I was astounded. I could not believe he would do that in a preseason game because that was a broken neck kind of play. He hit full force two hundred and fifty pounds straight down on head with Nick giving sideways. I said. Said, did game you choose like, what is he doing? So it was third nine from their thirty eight. This is the opening drive of the football game. Now, remember who's on the other side line, Tom Brady right here. So Cam saying, okay, I got this. I'm gonna make a statement here. Tom Brady last year Judy, you ain't know that takes any, but then what happened that game? I know. But Tom Brady was the MVP and should've won the Super Bowl, but a cable camp should have been because he beat Tom Brady. That's how we do. Yeah, twenty two touchdowns a sixteen interceptions last riddle down to give Tom. Okay. So the point is when Cam hit on his head, if you know me, I will never wish injury upon anybody because it will come back to get you what goes around, comes back around. So I'm knocking on wood and saying God as my witness. I did not wish this on Cam Newton, but obviously my Cowboys play at Cam Newton in the first game that counts. And when he hit on his head, I thought he's gone man. That's that's serious business. And I'm thinking, is it going to be Taylor? Hi Nokia because that's the guy who came in for him from Old Dominion or is it going to be Garret Gilbert who played at Texas than it SMU is because that's, that's all they got backup quarterback. I'm not sure they're much better off than the Cowboys or backup quarterback. Right? So few plays pass. And here comes Cam back on the field out of the tent with a big smile on his face. I'm saying that. It's the only guy in the world who could wished to that because he was stands things comparable to that almost every game, right? He puts himself in harm's way. It seems like every other plight and he lives to tell about it. He's going to have to learn to trust that the guys that they placed around him can get the job done..

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Papa John sues Papa John's

Mac and Gaydos

04:35 min | 3 years ago

Papa John sues Papa John's

"Howard air Five oh. To continuing now with our, top story on the death. Of the, GPS trooper retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch joined KTAR Bruce St? James and Pamela Hughes show today and he gives his two cents worth as to why he. Thinks there's a growing number of, police involved shootings this year one area being social media. But now with social media and again. It goes back to your, statement Bruce impression or is it truth we're seeing a. Lot of an, all use the term loosely. Citizens doing a lot of ethics please According to our TV partners ABC fifteen have been a total of fifty five officer and deputy involved shootings across the valley as today now the concerns of police survivors a group also. Known as cops says that they're ready to provide moral support to the family of the fallen DPS trooper we help them with a number of things with moral support. With helping them put together benefit information to you know. Just getting through the day Jan blazer upchurch with cops says the organization is made up of families of, survivors legal battles, continue, after the. Strange, case from the summer of two thousand fifteen when eight cars, were hit with bullets throughout the valley KTAR's, alley vetnar is live in the news center, to explain governor Doug Ducey will not have to give a deposition over phone calls made between him and DPS over the, alleged conclusion to the I, ten freeway shooting case a. District judge, ruled lawyers for the man charged in the, case Leslie marriage junior? Would not be able to get any valuable information by questioning the governor over the calls the, judge Says the attorneys. Could still get information from others who work the investigation there have. Been no arrests since mayor juniors released after seven months in jail the case remains unsolved live. In the. News, center I'm Ali vetnar KTAR, news more than four hundred acres have been burning since Saturday within the Grand Canyon Rachel grabbing signs the fire information officer. For the north rim of the Grand Canyon and tells KTAR how it started to these fires are all, natural lightning, strike ignitions that are caused, with the monsoon season there are no closures to the park as of yet but, there is a lot of smoke coming from both in north and south portions of the rim firefighters have been down the state of California are up against some scorching heat strong winds and bone dry. Conditions battling a number of wildfires throughout that state at least five homes destroyed so far forty seven hundred acres now chart the fire five percent contained authorities say the. Fire was deliberately set arresting thirty two year old Brandon. At, Glover he's now charged with five counts of arson its ABC's will car there's a search underway for, a missing Hiker near Sedona Coconino county deputies. Say sixty year old David light hall was last seen Wednesday near the Britain's Mesa trail soldiers pass trail. Junction around ten AM he stands about six three ways two hundred fifty pounds has blue eyes Brown hair and was last seen wearing Brown Columbia hiking boots a jury in Mohave county is awarded the largest. Verdict in county history eight million dollars in damages the, case involves a surgeon who was accused of willfully causing the death of his own patient the patient's. Wife and her Phoenix attorney filed a lawsuit against Dr Arnaldo tributo but a, jury in Kingman found the lawyer, in his firm wrongfully sued and accused the, doctor in the death Papa John formerly sues, Papa John's founder. And ousted former Papa, John's chairman John Schneider, has sued Papa John's international Inc demanding the company released internal, documents Schneider resigned. As chairman of the company's board after facing. Criticism for using a. Racial slur during a media training call Red mount freeway. Eastbound fifty one? At twenty four minutes..

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You could follow all the time these books is no guesswork the people ask mealtimes we'll make up routine well you know like can do that speedily if i working with you in person but since i'm not why don't you try this or basically what you look like recommend things the basically i think is more about educating yourself to do that because really if you know enough about yourself in how to train what works what does you don't need an expensive personal trainer another time trying to discourage people from doing that because i realized this goodman's out there in it's a great source of motivation of somebody to push it through your workouts you can afford it but you know i always looked upon i work with people to get them to point where they can take what i've helped them within do it on their own because they have the skills and ability to do that and to develop conference to do that then if they want to check back with me anytime they can give them my personal feedback nets the l part of our bodybuilding equation learn which is learning what you look like your feedback which is due to photographs and also experti and then what you develop what you get to look like is equal to the product of your exercise your attitude recuperation in your deficient in the better you do in those kids of super variable categories that you're gonna look that's the plan you are a crazily creative person you've i mean bodybuilding itself year approach there has been very creative you've been playing the harmonica in dozen instruments now playing that since you were a teenager you've writing novels it writing books it seems like creativity just explodes throughout all these different aspects of your life is that something that you cultivate or is that just a part of who you are it happens because i'm empty cultivate emptiness i cultivate clearing my mind have nothing going on there when a set date it's like when you have a vacuum you open up everything rushes to fill it when i meditating in the depths meditation i get all these brilliant ideas sometimes i don't even write them down because i want to keep going the zan approach you know you go directly toward the goal or stop to enjoy the distractions along the way we'll i sort of do both depending on what my goals are at the time but it just it's a practice i know sat all the stuff comes around when i'm you know i'm open to it is the opposite of being assault like not thinking about not wasting my time idle speculation or false imagination is just clearing all that out so some really creative stuff can come through they does would you say that you've mastered your ego no i'm working on it collect trophies anymore except the olympia trophies i kept those with nygaard point where i was winning what time my goal was to win as many trophies as i could not i had about one hundred and fifty marty it was like a room full and then i want mr world trophy this was the climax mister world through in belgium in nineteen sixty nine the trophy was six feet tall weighed two hundred fifty pounds bronze marble led to leave it there is how i got into i got into the practice of leaving trophies behind when i want them so they could give him somebody else i just take the nameplate often so i have a lot of nayef lays out of that many trophies but i think that's symbolic of might your reduction i think that you know bodybuilding is about building your ego and that's what you do you build you identity who you are become you know one with that in it's all competition you the more you win the bigger ego guest you know you make a name for yourself you develop a sense of self employment is who you are you know a mr levin is all that stuff but you don't eventually that reaches a point where you don't really want it anymore i mean.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Wait what was over sixty two hundred fifty pounds okay and this was like in the early nineteen hundred so but girl big girl and to give you an idea two hundred pounds is ninety one kilo grams so she would basically like get these trunks delivered and then she would like basically toss him on her shoulder and just carry them like they were nothing is kind of the point she would keep the shutters of her house closed day and night and farmers traveling past would see her digging in the hog pen at night so like she was only ever seen at night and she was always digging in the hog pen an elderly widower from iona wisconsin named old be buds berg that doesn't even sound like a real name his name is o l e ob buds berg got it came next he was last seen alive at the laporte savings bank on april sixth nineteen o seven when he mortgaged his wisconsin land signing over a deed and obtaining several thousand dollars in cash convenient olbi buzz burg's son oskar and matthew had no idea that their father had gone up to visit belle gunness so when they discovered where he had gone they contacted her and she promptly responded saying she didn't know what they were talking about and had never seen him inconveniently for bill that guy she hired ray lamb fear who is helping her with chores around the house run on the farm had fallen deeply in love with her of course he would do any tour for her no matter how grueling it was and he thought that he and gun us were going to get married so every time a new guy came he would get extremely jealous and start making a scene so on february third nineteen o eight she finally fired him and then she went to the laporte courthouse and declared that ray was not in his right mind and was a menace to the public but he was released and she would keep coming back to the jail or to the courthouse to say ray needed to be arrested because he was harassing her and her family and so finally he was arrested for trespassing.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"No this was apparently a real story the woman's name was georgina child's she said she's thirty and she said on british tv program that she gave up her rental home after spending nine thousand two hundred fifty pounds or the equivalent of twelve thousand dollars on friends wedding she's from essex england georgina told the british tv program it's called the what is it call this morning and she spit the twelve thousand dollars or over ten thousand really closer to thirteen thirteen thousand dollars on a tending fourteen weddings and fourteen hen parties over four years and hen party is another word for bachelorette party it's just like the uk london way of expressing it child says she resorted to credit cards the foot the bill for accommodation and transportation costs and that she spent fifteen hundred pounds on outfits and over four thousand pounds on hotels over the years as debt on it she says she ended up giving her rented flat and moving back in with our parents to continue seeing her friends get married i'm wondering like when is she getting married but anyway here i go tom mary people off child child finally admitted child says now she dreads the arrival of wedding invitation while it's exciting while it's an exciting honored to be invited to the ceremony or do or a hindu they call it she said she finds it difficult to turn down for fear of coming across route be rude baby girl don't go no more but anyway this is a hilarious interesting story too bad for her but she gets to be the object of our payment today so when i sent you the story in my outrage i actually was sending it to you just like in my old man look at this.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"My wrist because if you broke it i wanna find a back see you probably your it's such a big guy you probably don't get that much they don't they don't they don't say that they leave the because alone like the little guy so they you know they fico me a lot a lot of times people say you know you're you're two hundred fifty pounds but and crowding he could probably give a really good fight and i'm like you don't know what you're totally start to fight with this guy it's people just don't understand you know and that's that's the beauty of brazilian jujitsu it level the playing right matt speaking of ice fascinated mac never cares that we'll talk about a god like you don't care if he's big he's like no always frightened too big is when i met met he was fighting tough men call tests heavyweight they got him are dr hit two secondplace took second place yeah i took second place i was eighteen i joist there there look i t was the referee clip item mohawk by lucky you didn't knock him out the guy who won like he has hammer when he's yeah imagine wrong guy jimmy's looking at me crazy why took my socks and shoes off the reason why did was for a scifi feet up i didn't want to i want to go over technique with mass the handle that i've been i've been seen him do and i wanna put it in my arsenal you the beautiful thing about brazilian jujitsu and i'm preaching a lot about brazilian jujitsu only i can't tell you how many people reach out to me saying that they started training because of this podcast enthusiastic about it but you never stop learning i've been on a mat fucking twenty plus years learn something new today and i can't wait because i love learning things so my match we film film jimmy that's not even a question come on.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"They had to have help in finding therapist outside a i'm surprised about the most teams you know will employ a team psychologist to help athletes her go to the rigors of a long season specially in the nba wears eighty two gangs um which shocking to meal with that they had to prepare him outside of the team to get him some health and i'm not sure what the protocol is four teams it especially in the nba to have someone own call for all kinds of issues so doubt that was very surprising yeah uh but at least they did they did get him the help and he says it that all the difference in the world now i wanna i wanna use both a loving and derozen s uh source speaking out as awaited to telescope out a little too men in general and because kevin love you know he wrote that one of the things that had initially had stopped him from seeking help was that he didn't want people to perceive him is less reliable as a teammate you know and that it all went back to the playbook of masculinity that he'd loria up talk to me about that absolutely when you look at these big strong athletes kevin love six foot nine two hundred fifty pounds heat he is the epitome of strength so when you look at these guys and they're going through everyday issues at normal human beings are going through you know and with him speaking out is just gonna open the floodgates in my opinion other athletes or going to um do interviews and you know express themselves about what they are going through because you know you can read it interview you really don't know these athlete i interview athletes i really don't know him personally i don't know what they're going through you know so um it's it's really up to them to tell us what's going on um so we can put it out there in the public can know and to help people out there not think that's what's most important helping people who are going through this screw you served in the united states are.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

"Animal like in ways virtually nothing and this crew house together between one hundred fifty and two hundred fifty pounds of the stuff hang it dry it and clean it by early march this two hundred fifty pounds of like him is just to sustain those animals over that first ten days so they're wind off of like in in on to pella taste food and then as they released the snow melt makes available their regular diet of budzyn leaves and things for shrubbery in forbes this is the first year and maternity pen has been used to help the southsouth kirk heard and says they're the most critically endangered mammal species in north america that's why he and other volunteers are trying so hard to save them i don't care if we fail if we try everything and anything to to recover caribou and they don't make it i'm okay with that but if we just sit back and let them go when we had an opportunity to interject aaron recover this species in we didn't do it i can't live with the if the cariboo in their camps do well in the maternity pen this spring wildlife managers could help boost the herds numbers in future years with caribou from canada for now people linked cheryl moody will keep gathering and cleaning lincoln because the last caribou in the contiguous us aren't gone yet for here and now i'm emily swing y you probably heard about this russia investigation by special counsel robert muller every day there's a new headline about it well embedded is back with two episodes that lay the whole thing out start to finish of the news and make sense listen on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

"Animal like in ways virtually nothing and this crew house together between one hundred fifty and two hundred fifty pounds of the stuff hang it dry it and clean it by early march this two hundred fifty pounds of like him is just to sustain those animals over that first ten days so they're wind off of like in in on to pella taste food and then as they released the snow melt makes available their regular diet of budzyn leaves and things for shrubbery in forbes this is the first year and maternity pen has been used to help the southsouth kirk heard and says they're the most critically endangered mammal species in north america that's why he and other volunteers are trying so hard to save them i don't care if we fail if we try everything and anything to to recover caribou and they don't make it i'm okay with that but if we just sit back and let them go when we had an opportunity to interject aaron recover this species in we didn't do it i can't live with the if the cariboo in their camps do well in the maternity pen this spring wildlife managers could help boost the herds numbers in future years with caribou from canada for now people linked cheryl moody will keep gathering and cleaning lincoln because the last caribou in the contiguous us aren't gone yet for here and now i'm emily swing y you probably heard about this russia investigation by special counsel robert muller every day there's a new headline about it well embedded is back with two episodes that lay the whole thing out start to finish of the news and make sense listen on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

"Animal like in ways virtually nothing and this crew house together between one hundred fifty and two hundred fifty pounds of the stuff hang it dry it and clean it by early march this two hundred fifty pounds of like him is just to sustain those animals over that first ten days so they're wind off of like in in on to pella taste food and then as they released the snow melt makes available their regular diet of budzyn leaves and things for shrubbery in forbes this is the first year and maternity pen has been used to help the southsouth kirk heard and says they're the most critically endangered mammal species in north america that's why he and other volunteers are trying so hard to save them i don't care if we fail if we try everything and anything to to recover caribou and they don't make it i'm okay with that but if we just sit back and let them go when we had an opportunity to interject aaron recover this species in we didn't do it i can't live with the if the cariboo in their camps do well in the maternity pen this spring wildlife managers could help boost the herds numbers in future years with caribou from canada for now people linked cheryl moody will keep gathering and cleaning lincoln because the last caribou in the contiguous us aren't gone yet for here and now i'm emily swing y you probably heard about this russia investigation by special counsel robert muller every day there's a new headline about it well embedded is back with two episodes that lay the whole thing out start to finish of the news and make sense listen on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

"Animal like in ways virtually nothing and this crew house together between one hundred fifty and two hundred fifty pounds of the stuff hang it dry it and clean it by early march this two hundred fifty pounds of like him is just to sustain those animals over that first ten days so they're wind off of like in in on to pella taste food and then as they released the snow melt makes available their regular diet of budzyn leaves and things for shrubbery in forbes this is the first year and maternity pen has been used to help the southsouth kirk heard and says they're the most critically endangered mammal species in north america that's why he and other volunteers are trying so hard to save them i don't care if we fail if we try everything and anything to to recover caribou and they don't make it i'm okay with that but if we just sit back and let them go when we had an opportunity to interject aaron recover this species in we didn't do it i can't live with the if the cariboo in their camps do well in the maternity pen this spring wildlife managers could help boost the herds numbers in future years with caribou from canada for now people linked cheryl moody will keep gathering and cleaning lincoln because the last caribou in the contiguous us aren't gone yet for here and now i'm emily swing y you probably heard about this russia investigation by special counsel robert muller every day there's a new headline about it well embedded is back with two episodes that lay the whole thing out start to finish of the news and make sense listen on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on Money Box

"Those is that it's a really really liquid assets bitcoin yukon when it fell thirty percent yes you could have sold on the way down yes is fair to say i mean most sites operate 247 they operate through the peaks in the trough sund yes i think it's met so you can like anything if there's an imbalance of buyers are jealous is going to the estate move in and they're liquid market and does not as many this thing is that when when things like fish when when people start selling they tend to reinforce each other justice when they buy their lean police other that's hubble's work so when you've got something that's rocketing up with us lots and lots of people buying lots and lots and lots of it it's not tips into into a cell the new get a mess dump paid for the exit whole thing crashes along with your exchanges which she tried to manage volumes at we've also got another cooler at robin cooling into money box live hunting while then allahu hello and you've got a very specific question what is that well you know i often block everybody all something sort of i'm reading about dropped chain technology in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and all that sort of thing and over the weekend i decided to dip my ties into that will turn and other water to whole two hundred fifty pounds with of of but coin but uh you know i i think it's a black with other people are done to really understand the the the block chain technology and uh you know satari shit cetacean knuckle term it apparently has created twenty one million um bitcoin but off being minded about three thousand six hundred after months i think it it israel it might even be for you i'm not show but my christian was w what's gonna happen when all twenty one billion have been mind and often in in the in the east said you know what what's going to happen to that um okay uh yeah tool.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on First Take

"And of course i match that identity i happen to tell you that but but the at and that was bad luck for me good luck that none of the police actually pulled the trigger right but there are times in my life i noticed where i was treated differently by police that other times for example if i had a caesar with a par that was signalling to police that that i fit into a certain part of our culture that they consider suspicious the problem is and this is how racist tied inextricably to class if you have darker skin youth those assumptions aren't made about you almost no matter what other signals you're putting out there and and so so even in this case it it's interesting to me stephen a that often times flash points for public outrage or not cut and dried i don't see this as necessarily a cut and dried issue of racial profiling not necessarily is what the police are saying is true which is that he met he was he his behavior was suspicious and he matched some description they had then they felt you know he could be a dangerous right the fact is though that has to be balanced with what michael tenet is feeling part of which is that if you are a person of color and by the way way over two hundred fifty pounds you're immediately considered threatening you're just a human being trying to live your life put your considered threatening and that's what people mean.

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"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred fifty pounds" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"What are you want me to tell you think you're on the air now and you've been on the air and you continue to be on the air upon her be of a moment where i have some some of the maybe i can choose what choose what are about my god bear or not yes do you want to be on the air all right i'll take you asked the air so i've been on the air over time lieutenant he'll keep so 'gaby done he said to keep him on the air civil want sarsour surgery donna i'm sorry yes i'm over what are you having one of delicious steak dinners i've ever had in my life from everett a revived at i might even go for the of five point by diet out for window i was on my way to a very leekens slender two hundred fifty pounds but now because i bet a break by diet that i'm having a pie dawn give me the with i don't care if its second month given the buck but so you're happy some wessel done it's no doubt what do you want to talk to you without i wanted to have what i asked you are you're gonna be on my baseball retrospective looked up a baseball no i'm not even though you promised your would tie plumber stat also a year ago done i promise that a year ago you'll premise that a year ago you said you'd be beyond the depth of baseball because you hated baseball and you wanted to be on the documentary describing how baseball stinks like a in corpse and you wanted to stand over it.

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