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"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"At thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of the city and I will talk about a woman who seventy eight years old as a recurrence seco cancer is a cancer the cecum she had surgery she's been on chemotherapy she couldn't tolerate the chemo so she did everything she supposed to do shed the cancer diagnose she had chemo the cancer came back she's seventy eight years old four years ago she had colonoscopy but wasn't complete they didn't get all the way over to the other side so it's very important for colonoscopy doctors to look at the whole colon so two years later which is two years ago should of domino pain was progressive pain was deteriorating and shed a massive size of a grapefruit in her seco and that was removed she had surgery and then she had other treatments and then she had a pet scan showing that the cancer was wrapped around the muscle wrapped around the leg wrapped around the product she was losing weight a hundred fifteen pounds was normal shoes on two hundred three pounds and she wants to be treated to get rid of this pain and suffering and this is the work that we do we treat recurrent colon cancers we often treat new colon cancer rectal cancers as well so this is a warning sign should paying the treatment didn't work she had surgery should came out of the work and we're able to go in noninvasively and treat cancer like this with no cutting no bleeding in just minutes this is the work that we do every day it was about a woman who's sixty three years old she's whittled shares twelve children she had her uterus removed one of the big hospitals four years ago at that time she's from the via Lazio miles or call my line of miles or call Mr cancers of the connective tissue and **** ally miles or call more of the uterus at one of these big hospitals and should follow up scans and **** recurrence of the scans and shot the mother surgery one of the biggest hospitals in New York and she started on chemotherapy she's been on months of chemotherapy and her leg is swelling and she's not doing well and has a mass of the lawn officer chrome is spread to the long so she's had this mass long mass of the pelvis not responded to chemotherapy which is not surprising because chemotherapy doesn't work very well for sure commas you could say well why do they treat her when we have a ninety percent success rate shooting star commas well it's a good question why didn't the chemo doctors say Hey you might want to go see doctor Lieberman about your life miles are calm because our commas don't respond very well to chemo but they responded very very well too focused radio surgery the doctor later man does the father of radiosurgery the body in America first America non invasive treatment well a radio listener like you told her that she might wanna come to thirteen eighty four Broadway and she did and that's where she found help with all the other surgeries and chemo was didn't.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"The Phillies and I think worked out really well for the giants as well well that's a that's a very mature diplomatic way to put it I I thought in all fairness I don't think it was right to leave Kapler hanging like that and I and I get you know John Middleton will tell you will look I was doing my due diligence I was talking everybody around baseball I was talking to players here at cetera it feels like he had his mind made up you know and we would then come the reports city in maybe wanted to do something in July we hear that so I I thought you might that could be handled day after very easily my organization yeah I mean cap we're the way he was sick member here's the sugar runs handed visually and hug them whatever thank you the like for a week they knew that they're moving on and then he went on like that mission to be convinced for like for like a smoking gun to fire me just never fit in fact he found I guess positive feedback on Kapler the right but I you know cap was reading the Phillies upgraded it manager and I think gives it a way better situation for himself because he's you know it I think he's in a more like minded situation we certainly with the guy who's in lockstep with a man yeah and the front I'm not the contact was and he was but yeah but I think there there's probably more support this because the president yeah the front even higher up than in the GM yeah exactly and I look part of the I think part of why it took ten days I don't you should've taken Saturday can take make maybe three four Max was because Clint I'm sure was fighting form I'm sure that played into it so but you know from that standpoint it was it was a weird time period for sure not that it hurt the Phillies chances of getting the guy that they wanted they got you're already in the I I don't think he could be more excited if your Phillies fan about who they got as a manager in it yeah I didn't go forever into free agency or anything like that was strange band and gave certainly landed on his feet that's for sure all right from the past the present so back went tack addressed specifically Zack Wheeler side to keep in mind this sound bite came down prior to Didi Gregorius becoming a Philly sell here's MacLaine tack Phillies current GM talking about the addition of Wheeler and what's to come in this offseason I think coming into the offseason one of one of our principal goals was to augment our rotation and you know obviously last week and with the announcement yesterday of signing Zack Wheeler we felt like we we accomplish that you know and the the way that we did was by adding a meaningful starter to to the front of the rotation as opposed to adding multiple starters to the middle or back of the rotation you know from there particularly after non tendering the the guys I mentioned you know we had a pretty glaring hole in the infield that we're gonna need to fill and you know as we just touched on I think were were more making progress towards filling that so in a lot of respects I think we have addressed the things that that were most pressing for us to address that doesn't mean that they're still couldn't be roster two weeks you know eight anytime we have the ability to add depth I think we're going to do that I think we're going to take a close look at the rule five draft on Thursday for example you know we will continue to speak with agents about free agents that you know may fill in our cracks pretty well and we're going to continue to play out the trade market because you just never know when something is going to come together that you may not have a FOR scene in November or December you know and I want to manage expectations too because those things don't happen every year but it's our job to make sure that we are exploring the the the possibilities for for any and all opportunities to make us better both in the short and the long term while also you know balancing out you know did two thousand twenty verses the years beyond that all right so couple things there about six million sure I have the luxury tax right now now that's not taking into account making a trade to trim payroll are making a deal for a guy who could be making fifteen million but that players organization is be willing to eat eight of it yeah that there's ways to kind of wiggle around that if they don't want to go over the luxury tax yeah you know and again I may be targeting a team like the Yankees with Jay happy if they're looking one load somebody considering they just added you know Gary Cole with that insane contract nine years three hundred twenty four million if they're looking to do that I would possibly look into you know seeing if you they would be willing to eat some of haps money so they look there's a lot of different ways you can get around this thing what I would say is I wouldn't expect them to there are a whole lot of really just just massive name still on the market anyway but I would expect them to sign any any real big names I think you could be seeing some trades coming that would be most likely and like you said maybe a rule five which is a little bit cheaper way of doing things as well but that's a mac like tech prior to Dee Dee coming into town and he's gonna be getting a one year fourteen million dollar deal let's go back to the phones we go to Brian in Broomall in stocks and birds what's up rock my Broomall brother man Hey I want to touch on the birds and I want to ask you some questions on the state of the eagles franchise but the gate Kapler I'm trying to make an analogy and see if you you know you pick up and it just makes sense from the front office standpoint or contact standpoint it's almost like that one night stand slash like booty call in years you know you're single and you're like you know you know I obviously know this isn't going anywhere like I'm not gonna marry this check but you know for right now this is cool it's going to satisfy my needs for the time being what have you what not and then it eventually maybe we became complacent you got little used to it it was like our team and then you're like you know I kind of feel bad even though I know I'm gonna end this right how I expected to average only but like news person grow me a little bit now start to feel bad because they're like a decent person but I know it's not the person for me I don't know where you're at your parents really like them there was a claim to act you're right you gave your like yeah but I know it's going to come to an end and then they're like well I know I did I don't want to end this way how to feel bad because they were a good person and I did everything I said right I mean to me that's kind of how I felt like that whole situation went and I don't lose sleep over it you know I'm not the biggest baseball guy I love my Phillies but I knew the whole situation was never gonna the last from the very beginning just like when you know and a situation that I've explained you know deep down in your heart in your gut you like there's no way this is that person for me but for right now whether it's a stepping stone or re down or whatever the case may be I'm just going to kind of roll with that for now and then you know when I'm ready to move on I'm just gonna throw it away new Ford for what I'm really looking for yeah I have a sense of birds it was the man that was that was the part I came up with that wells on hold what you're so birds why I'm gonna ask you a series of questions why did it take so long for Boston Scott to get illegitimate crack a dissertation it's a great question because your dog is so enamored was so enamored even when when he was done was so enamored with Darren Sproles and again I'm not saying that he's Darren Sproles yeah and is easy give you one game Darren Sproles I'd you know for fourteen years whatever but he he he sort of that same archetype you know I mean like he he's he's that little spark plug in space green game I burst hard one cut kind of guy I don't know why he can't get out there I really I I couldn't tell you I don't know why Greg ward can get out there ahead of mac Collins you ninety five six two hundred three pounds but I should have asked you this question before real quick as you have right it's the inability to judge even talent on your own team really concerns me about this team but I totally agree rob I totally agree with you and I what I should have asked you its purpose before I got to that question was why is it the Doug Peterson is so blindly loyal to veterans who are making an impact to say you know what you're not you're not making the plays I need you to make it's time for this young guy to get an opportunity to step up it's almost like you're a better you've been NFL for so long I've developed a relationship you're a veteran you help me win a championship and therefore I owe it to you to give you the best without and benefit of the doubt and continue to play you whether to Peter's at Agra lower and a Darren Sproles in a mac Collins and the list goes on and on to where you can see how this offense has been so people don't have real quick the bride doesn't that go back to that to the big issue here of sentimentality over over objectivity it goes back to the file it goes back to why Jason Peters was brought back for another year why Sproles brought back for another year that's it they're still living in the past too much there on able to just kind of cut that chord and results a victim of that till one hundred percent I think the stem of the problem and I hate to admit it because I've always been praising this guy and I still love him and but I can understand because it's the first time in this franchise history but think how he was like you know we meet the mountain top let's keep these guys together let's keep trying to recall a little bit here and there and continue to try to make another one or two which we tried last year and this year and and it just doesn't work it's so hard to repeat it so difficult and so many aspects that we don't even have enough time for you and I love to discuss why those components don't factor into why you're able to be done over and over again with the age and the number one thing in my opinion is the hunger the the passion is not there you've reached the mountain town you know what you calling over lower guys yep you saw Boston Scott a young guy whose own proving was a chip on the shoulder and wants to prove why he deserves a role and and you can continue that and moving forward with you know JJ wants a shot he wants to grab an opportunity and look forward and we'll Carson once had nothing left Anna died Josh what Perkins and a great ward geyser home returned bait they're living an opportunity to provide and make a name for themselves you know a different type of we have you right think about this there's nothing that exemplifies that more I don't know about you but my reaction to Alshon being done for the year is an normally you lose your quote unquote number one receiver and you're making a playoff push it's panic time I don't even really care to be honest with you rob I totally agree with you bro and I thought I was like weird in the minority I honestly was like I love him and I will always be grateful for what he did for us but I'm to the point where like like you mentioned like I'm ready to objectively and as a franchise in the business sense we need to move for them yes in order to try to figure out all trying to figure out Brian and I gotta run that by appreciate it always I'm just trying to figure out how you get out of him financially Hey how you get it does how we have some trick up his sleeve where he can undo his own awful you know a contracting a reworking that looks like it's gonna just absolutely crush them from a from a cap space dead money kind of thing does he have a way that does the guy who's the absolute master of the cap and I say that in all sincerity does he have a way to get out of this because he needs to.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Right. Like, don't even wrong cleans the statues, or amazing. Right. I was pure in the beginning, all my God. Every one of my guys did that like you wouldn't believe I think, that's how I initially got quote unquote validated as a string coaches because I had seven foot snatch. And they looked good right? So in back of my head and look. I'm good strength coach because they can do shit. Reality, probably like until I had forced place. I was like fuck was doing. The only good like they did it with good form. But it's like, yeah, you got sixty kilos in your hands. Sweet like that doesn't mean shit if you're trying to actually get a response and so now I have to regress these models. So we do a lot of variations that we just take a trap or and do the same type of intent. So, for instance, raw from there with a clean, you pull it the same you catch at the same. The only difference is you don't manipulate the bar around your around your body, and catch it in this awkward phase where this risk extension so now just hijacked the system to be able to get. Awesome. Really, really fast. And these guys are moving weights like twenty to forty kilos like experience, litters removing twenty to forty kilos more at a faster rate. Yeah. Why would I just go down that path of just so gone on what you're saying? You can start wherever you, you can have your end goal in mind. But don't be afraid to regress and you can get heavy on her crashes like you can train it. Well, just for instance my guys they got manipulate their center mass, and they got these long levers and that's hard. That's hard day one when they come in, and, and we, we deadly for the first time they're there with two hundred and three pound keto Bill to them. They're like no way, I can even touch them Burke foot stand over top of it manipulate. Hey, that's how you manipulate a load now this is you your taking your levers and using it to your advantage. I don't care. How tall you are now we put a barbell in your hand with two hundred three pounds..
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Should we go to the guesses? Let's go to the giant. Let's he is. Let's go to some of the guesses, shall we that we had I gotta find him real quick. Here we go. Here we go. My son Mike went five nine and a quarter two hundred three pounds trae when five nine and fifteen sixteenths two hundred and two pounds. Yeah. So you're going to be the closest on height. Yeah. I went five nine and seven eighths two hundred and seven. I. Run through the algorithms. How did we do? The committee is crunching the numbers, and we'll have the final calculations. Okay. What surprises you more? The fact that seventy five did not think you'd be over five over five ten Josh Rosen just start packing. Yeah. It's about the same cardinals turned the cartoon right now. Because again, let's go again Russell Wilson was just over five ten Russell Wilson. I think was two hundred and four pounds. I we don't have the arm length of the head the all important hand size, man. Eleven inch hands are coming at the hands are over the hands are over ten. It'll be the greatest. Japan. Curses getting ready to step up to this play left. Tackle he's got thirty six inch arms. There's no question. Kyla murray? Nicely done, whatever you've done fantastic. I hit the weight. Exact that's all I know. Because at the end of the day, it's all about us. L scouts have to be absolutely losing their minds now. Right. Because this check every box you could have hope without or without quick because he was listed at five ten one ninety five. Now, he's a little over five ten and two. Oh seven. So you know, that means now all thirty two teams are in thirty eight. James law. How great to Steve kind feel right now. Wow. Nice job. Or did. You know, you did it. Hey. Really, really good. Get ready for a lot of heightened way talk today and your local sports shows. And again, here's why you mentioned Steve time the cardinals general manager at the combine he was asked about cliff Kingsbury comments when he was the Texas Tech head coach playing Oklahoma calamari, and he said, it'd be the number one pick. Of course, he didn't know that you'd actually be in that position when that happened, and he was trying to explain it. And the disclaimer at the end think we're cliff said was trying to avoid bulletin board. Material. I think if you're a Texas Tech, I would have said the same thing about an Oklahoma quarterback. But. Again, it's still early in the process, we haven't even gone through a full valuation at all the positions. So really takes again.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"I wrote I wrote last week that he's it's not just that he short. But that he's got the Bill. The Mookie Betts, you know, winch, which would which would which would really worry me because if you sign up to Russell Wilson whose less than an inch taller than than Cuyler Murray. You side up to Russell Wilson. You say, hey, how you doing? You sort of Clapham on the shoulder, your clapping steal, you know. And again, I I have no idea because I don't know Cuyler Murray. I've never met him. I've never stood next to him. But on TV he looks like a string bean adventure because I remember stout. Russell wilson. And I remember in my report, I wrote that he was built like a wrestler. Yeah. That's cool. Compact, very very sick guy. When you go back and look at him when he came out, and you look at what he ended up weighing he weighed any five ten and five eighth. To a hor-, you know, coming out of college. Now, I think he's packed on some more weight since then I'd say probably more than the to fifteen range. Right. But I reached out in trying to do some homework getting ready for the combine to find out. How how big is? So I was told by somebody very close to him that the on that day and this is about a week ago. The Kyla Mary weighed two hundred three pounds. So if that's terrific for him. That's terrific that big that isn't big news for him, especially if he were to run, I don't know if he'll throw, but if he goes out there, and you see him carry that speed that you see on tape and he's carrying two hundred plus pounds. Then my two biggest concerns. Peter.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back. I wanna talk about a fifty eight year old woman, she's Hispanic woman from Dominican Republic. She has three daughters. She came with her daughter. She felt a lump in the breast about two and a half years ago, and she had had mammograms the year before which were normal. Now, they're teaching point. Somebody was mammograms. Everything's ok well, not necessarily mammogram is helpful. But it's not the only test for breast cancer. So it's good for women to examine their breasts every month. Other tests can be performed like ultrasound and mammogram and Thomas grams and Amer is so there's lots of imaging if you feel like you have a lump in the breast and someone told you it's nothing. Better. Call our office two and two choices because. We trust the patient. We trust the woman if a woman feels a lump in the breast we trust the woman more than the mammogram is a failure rate with mammograms have mammograms are not perfect. So there's other testing to be performed while this woman luckily came with a lump even though she had had a mammogram, the mammogram was normal. And the tumor was about three centimeters more than an inch and shit had no bleeding, no pain. So another teaching point. You don't have to have pain or bleeding have cancer. She had a lump that was it. Her weight was one hundred thirty pounds two years before it was about the same. She was five feet one inches tall. Should never smoked. She's had no bleeding, no other lumps, and well, she got a biopsy. Even though the mammogram was negative, and it was a two point eight centimeter Filo cancers tumor cancerous tumor of the structure of the breast most breast cancers are cancers of the ducks the milk docs. This was not something different. It's a rare tumor called Lloyd, he's cancer, which can be benign or malignant. This was cancerous. And there was no inflows involved. It was negative margins since she came to us for treatment because she didn't want this cancer to come back, and I saw her she had an incision on the breast which I saw which was healed her lungs are clear. Heart was fine or lymph nodes. Abdomen. We're fine. So she had a right breast cancer. And we offer treatment we treated her years ago. And she just came this week for follow up doing well feeling fine. Recent tests, normal her physical exams normal or imaging is normal her exam of her breast as normal. This is the work that we do every day. I want to talk about at fifty four year old, man. Born in Kiana, he's an electrician he's Merida's nine children. His high blood pressure diabetes. PSA went up to five PSA as the blood tests and many men get to check for prostate cancer sexually used for a couple of purposes one is for screening because we know that men who have higher PSA's have a higher likelihood of having cancer. And number two. It's used to follow people men who've had treatment for prostate cancer because that PSA should go down to zero after successful treatment. Well, as PSA went up to five we know that the normal is considered four but twenty five percent of men at four have cancer. You can have prostate cancer two or three PSA. His Pissy was five he had multiple cores positive Gleason seven. So Gleason is how the cancer is. Seen under the microscope with a scale from two to ten hit Gleason seven he had a biopsy performed and he had low back pain and ripping. There was no spread of his cancer. Is wait was stapled two hundred three pounds. There was no family history of prostate cancer..
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"I was obese at three hundred pounds. When I was about twenty three. And re hundred pounds. I'm for people who are watching us. Do you mind? If I ask how much you wait, wait two hundred three pounds right now. And I'm nine point six percent body fat, and I have nineteen point four pounds of fat on my body. So used to have like one hundred nineteen point four give her it's hard to know if it was guilty. It's hard to know how much that was inflammation versus fat. It's someone to weight I lost. But I'm sure that a lot of information. But I also I was forty six inch waist. I'm a thirty three inch waist now. I'm actually lower than I was as a junior in high school while which is phenomenal forty five not bad. I also I got other diseases of aging. So I'm twenty-six working in Silicon Valley six million dollars. And I was twenty six is that the company that held Google's first server? I was a co founder of the of part of that company. And we ended up starting the data center and cloud computing, business and. I started in brain fog to the point. I bought disability insurance because I wouldn't hire myself. Can remember anything? Oh, man. And you were we coating I was dealing. I was more of an architect. I ended up running program for the university of California to teach engineers how to build the internet's with like how how should it work? How must it works? I was a coat originally within a became technology architects, kinda guy probably helps to know how to remember things in. It was straight your head point. It was terrifying. Actually, and also, my emotions would just get all over the place, and then I said something's wrong. And I said I'm going to just exercise. I'm going to lose the weight. No matter what I've had a couple of knee surgeries by then. And I worked out an hour and a half a day six days a week. And after a year eighteen months of that I didn't lose. Anyway, I could Maxwell the machines. And I rose I less than all my friends, and I work out more than my friends. I'm fat with all my friends, and I thought it's a moral failing. I she less lettuce leaves or something. And what it was was the wrong stuff, and there are environmental factors that are involved. And is fired my doctor when he told me about him and see would kill me. And that maybe I should lose weight when I told them what I did. He just looked like he knew I was lying. I was clearly leaving just stuff in Snickers. Right. And is very common doctors are topped this. And I'm like, okay. No one's gonna help me. I'm just going to hack this. And fortunately, I am a computer. So I stayed up every night. And I would just read PubMed, and I would take by the way, I lost my six million dollars two years after I made it so I haven't oh silicon. Yeah. It was a great couple of years that I was just by anything I thought would help and I dug really deep I learned to electoral currents on the body and the first infrared light for the brain almost twenty years ago EEG neuro feedback, and then I started running an anti nonprofit group that let me talk to people three times my age who are reversing the symptoms. I had I was diagnosed with high risk of stroke and heart attack and prediabetes before I was thirty..
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The NYC FM HD and AM New York. This is a program of jazz, loft jam sessions part of the jazz, loft and theology at WNYC, I'm Sarah fish, go. In the nineteen forties and fifties jazz musicians flocked to New York, they were looking for a sense of community other musicians to play with and above all a place to play where they wouldn't be thrown out for making too much noise. There was a place way up in the Bronx or somewhere ride bass player. Bill crow came looking in one thousand nine hundred fifty in the wintertime, the room was cold and the piano was out of tune. But we would still go there because it was a place. They would let you play. The late pianist dick Katz who came in forty six remembered some spots in Harlem, Minton Small's paradise the way it worked was you up town and play all night. That's where those guys perfecting their art not on the job five or phones. Teddy Charles studied at Juilliard in the forties, and then declared himself a jazz player and discovered the loft seen mostly illegal spaces in industrial neighborhoods where players gathered and Charles actually moved into one five flights of stairs with these vibes. Two hundred three pounds was very strong five flights of stairs and hot in the summer, boils hockey. But still is all the stuff was going out. Great that five story. Hot box was the building. We now know as the jazz, loft, loft like that one made possible a particular luxury the extended jam session. Drummer Ron free revelled. Appearing in public.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"So that that that matches a lot of fun ended up with Drake maverick peeing his pants. It seemed like they kind of botched that a little bit. He didn't quite pe- as much as he should have like looking for as little balloon or whatever. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was sort of them getting paying scene. Yeah. You're into PG. I watched it live four times after that was a cruiserweight match regs mission, which might have been the match the night. And then buddy, Murphy and was folly. Just incredible. I mean a lot to say about it. But man that was really good. It was distracted by how big buddy Murphy was though. That was the thing. Distracted about jacked jacked. Here's like he seems like he's more than two hundred and five pounds. So it was like, yeah. We'll they have to make weight, and then they put the weight back on of course. Yeah. They do have actual weigh ins for that the end are they not real? But they have like they did away in segment. Like when when in like scale like the way the raw has contract signings. They'll do like a way in segment. Yeah. Are they real scale? So I have no idea. Gimmicky scales seems kinda difficult. I think part of the answer is that none of these guys are two hundred and five pounds like buddy. Murphy could be two hundred and five pounds. The other half of that question is that Mustaf Ali is like one hundred and sixty three pounds. They have them listed on leucopenia, buddy. Murphy five eleven two hundred three pounds. I think that's work think five eleven to five eleven to work too. He's not super short. But he's not he's not a tall guy. He might be tall for like the undisputed era, but he's not tall for being a wrestler. Anyway, that matches really good, by the way, the Bill midget Bill did Magellan's podcast the overall the number one distracting thing of the night was the D bag sitting behind us who is Jamaican making a scene the whole time. Did you listen to this? Now, do we talk about it at all? No, there's a guy like two rows behind us. He was just this. Total piece of work. We all thought he was there alone. But I saw him later on at the restaurant next to the place like eating with two friends. Now, I don't know if those friends who like we're watching home, and that totally could have been the case, or if those are people he was with I hope whoever this guy's friends are are second guessing being friends at this point. But he was just this like he just seemed real high or drunk not can hold it or something, but he was just like on the entrance ramp. It's like this guy just meant like six months of his personal income on getting the seat like right next to the entrance ramp. But instead of like enjoying the show it was like had like long black hair, greasy hair, like a motorcycle jacket. No, no. It was a fin Ballard leather jacket wrestling shirt, but like kind of had that like stone or heavy metal look to him. But he spent the instead of just loving the fact that he had a great see he spent the entire night standing up an own his cell phone. So that like his friends on the other end could tell him if they could see if they saw him on TV's. It's the dumbest thing I've ever seen in my life. People do this all the time. But it was like and people were behind him and just screaming at him to sit down, and he wouldn't pay. He was just on the phone. So he quote unquote couldn't hear can you guys. See me. I'm in front of the people who are yelling at me to sit down and the guards who were right in front of us for just like like, you know, every five minutes sar-, sir. He would ignore them. And this is somebody's sitting next to him had to be like wave your hand in front of his face point over the guards. The guards could be like sit the f down, and then he would sit down and he was just like talking shit the whole time starting to starting bad chance. We'll see the Ronda Rousey funniest thing about it..
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Eight fifty W F T L. Hey, what is happening in? How you doing? I am barsky rods. Got the day off GARRETT'S here. Of course. And you welcome to our two of our radio the Dow down three hundred and twenty seven points and not a good day for that. Hearing that the mega millions drawing tomorrow night could be possibly one million dollars. That's the rumor I guess I got to buy a ticket now, I don't get out of bed for anything more than a million or less than a million. Well, the Bill. Yeah. Nine hundred seventy eight million nine hundred seventy eight million is with the number is, but it will be higher than that. So it could be like a billion dollars to be the record of any lottery ever in the history of lotteries. Could you just imagine being the one ticket? That's like. Seriously. That's like a needle in a haystack. I mean, that's that's it's like you. Don't just put your hand in a haystack. If you get poked by needle you won the lottery you win the mega millions. I can't even fathom what that would be like. But could you imagine? If like a hundred people want it somehow randomly like it's the biggest one in the world, but one hundred people win it. So it's actually super diluted. Yeah. But still good people. Hundred people win with ten million hundred time knits ten million. Is it? Yeah. Yeah. There'd be two million. Yeah. What's that movie? That is it Bruce almighty where you know. Jim Carey becomes God for like a week on a dare. And then he has to answer all these prayers, and it's overwhelming. And so he just says reply all yes. Everyone in the world wins the lottery, and they went twelve dollars. Some some tells me the chances of that are very slim one hundred but there could be winners where it's like. Get like all the numbers except one. And I have to think if you're up at if you're in a billion, even that we get all the numbers except one that you're talking about. I got to be like in the multimillions right sound like two hundred fifty grand or something like that. It's got to be up there. I'm gonna check right now. Because I know that the we check the Powerball, and it was not not like that at all. But it does save percentage with the percentages. In other words, like if you get six of the seven numbers, you get eighty five or you get like fifty percent or thirty percent because we can figure it out that way. Yeah. Whatever it is. It says here that no it says here that if you were to match five numbers, but not get the mega ball number. You only win a million dollars. Even if it's a billion billion the way you get the full amount is if you get all six numbers. All right. All right. Well, there you go. You have another day to go get the ticket. If you're gonna do it. So Garrett has been on a weight loss program, and you started out at what two hundred thirty five pounds six hundred thirty six pounds. Well, if you were a tourist in Greece. Two hundred and thirty six that he wanted to ride around on the donkey up the mountains. They wouldn't let you on really too fat. It makes me feel good about Wareham was there's a lot. This is this is a law that has made I guess they're banning obese tourist riding the donkeys because if you really you blowing spine. Yeah, man. So the law was made after animal rights campaigners reveal the donkeys were suffering from spinal injuries open wounds. What's the max weight two hundred? I can't even ride one now. You go to Greece. Sorry, you I can't wait to go to Greece and riled up the mountains because you can't take a car up the mountains. That's why they have donkeys. You're looking forward to go. My god. I can't wait to go up to the hills of grease. We'll ride the donkey ride with my wife. It'll be mad fantastic. Magical will stop off at a little cafe up the way, you know, what I mean? And then. To write the dog is a giant like industrial scale there. How brutal is that? I'm to a one. Yeah. I'm not obese. I'm not even close to fat, according to this Yar. Well. I think it's wrong. Sorry. Okay. Two hundred and twenty. Okay. Okay. Then I'm good. Well, let me see ABI city is based on your height as well. Correct. Yeah. So if you're five seven to twenty you're obese. Are you five seven? Yeah. You're getting a short. Okay. So what if you're what if you're six five to twenty peace? Let's see if I can find the I'll tell you six five to twenty. That's like a quarterback a tight end the NFL for sure. But I mean that being said the scale is is pretty small from what I remember because I remember looking it up. Yeah. It is. It's kind of ridiculous because I am in. I mean, even when I was two thirty I would not consider myself obese I had a belly. But I wasn't like not when I think some people carry their weight better than others. Okay. It's based on their frame if I was twenty pounds heavier than I should be. Look obese. I put on my weight in my in my face and my neck, and my gut. So you're you're yours is is well distributed. What what how how how are you five eleven five eleven. Okay. So this scale that I found here says that at five nine you're considered obese if you are two hundred three pounds or more. To running back. That's I mean. But that's the thing is is look at the skills with those churches stupid. It's one hundred forty six pounds. I was about to get to that part about how where your average weight has to be like one forty. To be in shape. I was one forty eighth grade still but don't don't follow us. But it just it just interesting now that I guess all these tourists. They come over on the cruise ships, or whatever they go to Greece for these these these these donkeys. You know, you don't have to you have to schlep up the the mountain, and you carrying some guys like, you know, two fifty to sixty and before you know, it the dog is going to go for some sort of a an adjustment the chiropractor. Let's good that we finally got the Justice for the asses Justice for the s. That's the bumper sticker. Justice for us. All right. So. I'm talking about this. And and we're talking about wait this guy. So this guy goes to a Wendy's. And he received his receipt, you know, getting his meal and on the receipt. It said they ask you name his name is Jimmy. But they didn't put his name is Jimmy. They put the chubby on there. Oh, no. Chubby chubby. That's like old school. Would you say? No know that the name pops up on the receipt. How would you? Why would you do that? Because your whole. This happened in custodian North Carolina, North Carolina. And Jimmy shoes. His name said that he are titillated his name clear as day. My name is Jimmy shoe. And then the order comes up chubby. Chubs? Fatso is really old school. It when I was growing clown fats fatso, you don't hear those here, those those names anymore. But he goes that's not the name of my order. He goes, I grabbed my orders trying to work out because everybody was laughing at them kind of Wendy's is this. A whole Wendy's is what this is the franchise owner who is not politics, a shoe informed him that the employees had been terminated because we work very.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman, we're back. We're back. I wanna talk about a seventy six year old man is another black man from South Carolina with prostate cancer. And we'll talk about him because well number one you'll hear the alert admitted he Seventy-six yet. A high PSA PSA was nine point eight so very high. Remember when PSA gets to ten that's considered higher risk, and he also had a high risk Gleason seven cancer. So very risky. Cancer seventy six years old. He was married came with his high PSA been high just that it went up from two to nine point eight at a high PSA velocity went up fast hit a high Gleason score and he came to us because he did not want to get cut. He did not want to have the complications Henderson with a Gleason seven if he had surgery. The success rate is sixty percent if he had surgery robotic surgery at sixty percent and with us ninety percent. And one more thing, you should know he came to me five years ago. And he is now cancer free. His PSA is zero. I can tell you the very happy. He's happy. He's controlled the cancers controlled is normal life his sex. Life works is urinary life works. We'll talk about nurses, seventy five years old. She's a registered nurse. She's a woman. She's widowed has no children, which is our friends, and she had a breast cancer fifteen years, and she never got treated the breast cancer just kept on growing and growing and growing at eight through the whole breast. There was no breast left. It was malodorous. The nipple was destroyed the breast was lost. She never had a biopsy. She never had a scan. She never got tests in fifteen years. She finally decided because she heard about our special work for breast cancer, treating women with early breast cancer and advanced breast cancer, she decided to come. She lost a lot of weight. She was down two hundred three pounds. She lost twenty five pounds before she came to us yet acupuncture, concoction. So we know that all the concoctions acupuncture, do not work don't waste your time. I saw her as a very small woman shed, a sixteen centimeter mass of fun getting mess. Now. My fist is eight centimetres is like to man's fist. Big mass growing through the breast. It was fun gating in fact that the totally destroying the right breast or Najah rolls over the breasts consistent with cancer. She came to us. We got her staged up. We even arrange for a little biopsy a tiny. Little needle painlessly. All done an hour for fifteen years. Nothing was done here. In one hour. We've got cancer markers examined her. We've got a scan and a biopsy all quickly done. So she knows where the cancer is. And one more thing we treated that fun. Gating sixteen centimeter mass that was eating through the breast for the first time in a decade and a half or cancers going away, the breast is clearing up the odors going away, the mass is going away, and she is super happy and her friends who bring her for pinpoint noninvasive treatment are so happy that now she can sit up and she's pain free in the bleeding is stopped and the odor is stopped. And the masses finally going away. This is the work that we do I should tell you when I came to New York at the big super duper places. Ninety seven percent of women were losing their. Breasts whereas in my practice ninety percent of women were keeping their breast the women weren't different. But the motivation was different how we had formed patients about all the options, and I can tell you that for most women there is no need to lose the breast. So this is the special work. We do we have lots of information for breast cancer in caller office. Even now two and two choices two and two to four six forty two thirty seven and get a package of information and a DVD. Now, we're talking about a man who seventy nine years old. He flew up from Florida with a Gleason seven PSA, sixteen cancer. He's been taking concoctions for twenty years, and the cancer has been growing and growing and growing and finally after twenty years we were able to show them what kind of cancer he had. And that there was treatment available needed need to take all those concoctions and Animas and ozone and vitamins, which we know don't work and finally he flew up even though he has polio. It is a wheelchair. He and his wife. Both came just for our treatment is wife had two breast cancers. One breast cancer, the right side, one breast cancer in the left side, both treated in remission, and he's just finished treatment today for his prostate cancer. Even though is polio. And even though he's in a wheelchair. He tolerated the treatment. Well, and he's doing well and urinating. Well, and of course, we will. Continue to follow him and report to him. And you about his progress. Why did he choose our treatment after twenty years of concoctions and things just didn't work scams? He chose our treatment because of our data and our ability to communicate and our leadership in the treatment of cancer. Whether it's men or women or children, this is the work that we do. He saw booklet information had been many many doctors over twenty years and no one gave him information. Like, we did no one explained like we did. And you so happy so grateful and he's going back to Florida with his wife and just two days most likely cancer free. And we're talking about a woman who works at one of the biggest companies in New York City. She's sixty five shed breast cancer in nineteen eighty seven years ago with lymph node positive at one of the big hospitals. But they forgot. It's to give her the radiation..
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on WWL
"At sixty six twenty. Four a barrel For WWL sports the saints stand-out rookie of training camp was wide receiver Trey Quant Smith the third round pick out of central Florida has made seven catches for one hundred and eight yards through two preseason games and that wasn't even. With drew Brees under center what does coach Peyton thought of, the team's new six foot two two hundred three pounds offensive weapon listen he's progressing well I'm encouraged us getting a lot. Of work at the z see strong hands you see. Him blocking I think he's progressing well no saints practice. Today then tomorrow the team will leave for the left coast ahead of joint practices with the LA chargers Steve Geller WWL sports Today on sports talk second gas with Bobby Mike Meiktila, live from, the silver, slipper casino. Is, the saints gear, up for their trip to Los Angeles to get ready to. Face the chargers. On Saturday what do. You think the black and, gold and need just. Show the most improvement huddle up with the pros weekdays four to eight on your home of the. Saints analysts you WWL Your WWL forecast a flat flush flash flood watch through tonight mostly cloudy right now and hot and humid with a. Seventy percent chance of, showers and thunderstorms now through the evening more heavy rain possible tomorrow. With a high around ninety and then a front will finally drop our humidity and. Clear out the. Rain, for Wednesday and Thursday a thunderstorm reported now in Hammond another one in Bogalusa at the airport in Kenner were. Showing high clouds and ninety degrees at the national, weather service office in Slidell it's eighty nine degrees but we have south west wind gusting near twenty miles an. Hour I'm Dave Cohen WWL, first name now it's WWL traffic from. The WWL traffic center I'm calendar summers primarily your delays are limited to the crescent city connection bridge right now from. The West Bank to the east Bank we have work going on in the right lane and that's got a slightly, congested back to general de Gaulle and on the river. Bound expressway Congested primarily at your major off-ramps but crossing the bridge to the West Bank we're looking pretty good other than that. Our major roadways, look good in any direction whether you're leaving the CBD from the dome heading toward Slidell on itin or taking the lake bound expressway. Toward memory no issues, there same goes if you're heading toward the downtown area on I. Ten coming from the Plasco from Slidell no major delays or challenges your major bridges. Causeway Bonnie Kerry..
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Fat they gave dracula diabetes here your host gorgeous george and goes all right we're back here on emma megyn radio a friday but if we've been here for two weeks because international fight we call a fame world a male ward it's been a crazy pace but if you're in chunky like me like george like dan like mike you're having fun all right so right now let's talk to julian marquez he will be fighting tonight at the top twenty seven finale against less you rico he joins us now on the hotline what's up julian how you doing what's going to guys how you been good and you golden man's ready to rock out yup all right so junkie karma are you feeling it fighters do the show on the day of their fight are sixty one in sixteen we were sixty one in fourteen but last week we took a hit i can't lie to you but i need you to set things straight you know what i mean l set it straight go out there and do what i do best yeah you're finisher i'll give you that so what are you gonna do this thing in first second or third i'm filling out my dance card here to be honest lsu tough guy and there's a lot of reasons why a lot of people have finished him so i'm not gonna say which rounded gonna be in i'm just gonna go there and wait for the opportunity presented itself and which on that maybe could be second or third and that will be i'm not gonna tell you i can't predict that it's not i'd be a millionaire living in vegas making well i'm gonna i'm gonna put down the i put down the i i i believe in your skills my man listen we are going to keep it short today goes if you wanna see anything or dan or mike mike jackson ucla he's here with us co hosting the first hour that's fine but you do have to dress this you missed weight mentally did that mess with you all or have you been able to set it back with twenty four hours ago and ready to perform tonight yeah yeah i did miss wait there was a stuff that happened but i mean i could give you an excuse all day taking complete ownership in this way that's all me anybody could say whatever they want they can say anything they have right i miss weight i didn't come in professionally on that one this is one battle i lost but you know that was yesterday today's the new day i'm ready to go and be respectful throughout the entire process just go out there and get my w and then continue my journey is there anything that you know the stuff that happened i know you can't really share but it's nothing that's going to affect you in the fight it was just stuff that affected the way cut correct oh yeah it wasn't anything nothing it wasn't because of like the cut there was just some complications we had during that timeframe and that was just what happens we're we're good to go though we're we're energy levels my body's drei you know use lockhart to rehydrate myself and they have this great system and i'll rhythms that works best for my body so he's got me up here and i feel great walking around two hundred three pounds right now we're gonna go eat go drink and then i'm gonna go into go did you another way in the under two ten for the fight so at three o'clock today i'll way in and then after that then it's just we're good to go mike did you you know you recently mentioned you know people are going to you.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"When you kate was was that was the rest of the main thing feel was it something else that you wanted to trade when you're young yet i think it was funny like i i wanted to be like a professional wrestler for like the olympics wrestling but then as you get older you realize there's not really a career as a professional wrestler you can't really do much other than go to the olympics which would be incredible but like for whatever reason i don't know what happened but i just knew like that's not really a career like that's you can't really do much with that other than just wrestle and go to the olympics nanuet so i wanted to do that but then i realized that really wasn't like all i wanted to do so when i really started to get into strength training and learning about i was very lucky the job that i got when i was fourteen i was i was it was basically it was fourteen years old and i made freshman and i was cutting from one hundred twelve pounds two hundred three pounds every week to to wrestle there and i was like shit i need to figure out how can cut weight and stay strong and in compete really well so basically i i applied to this gym and i got in and they just they were so sciencebased in there yeah so they were such great coaches that i sort of by passed a lot of the pseudoscience bullshit that a lot of people don't both they after wade their way through until they find the science based community and so they sorta thrust into a world of very well researched training in nutrition and so that sorta dislike it completely blew my mind in like from that point on wrestling was my outlet but strengthen conditioning became my passion in really i was like i wanna be a strength coach i wanna really that's what i wanna devote my life to and so i mean i remember being in english class in like tenth raid in writing faked training programs for fake made up people that i made up in my head trying to figure out like that's all i cared about thought about and so it became less of a wrestling thing in more of a i wanna be like performance coach all i say okay so so when did the actually happen for you because i know that you've been in a game a long time so you said that you wanted to be a strength performance coach so so when did it actually start a when did that manifest for you i think it really started it was an idea through high school but i think it really started to manifest what when i graduated high school i took a year off between high school and college i traveled for lived in the middle east for year i think over that year when i started coaching a lot of different people i started my own like beach boot camp in tel aviv i started his coaching lot of people on my own you could call it my own business but i didn't really charge anyone i did it all for free but basically coaching as many peoples they possibly could wherever i was and that's knows like this is what i wanna do for sure but you've done so much i have no idea how old you are as well i mean you seem like you're you're a young guy by another thing i wanted to ask these questions are going to be so random gonna be able to over the place but another thing i wanted to ask you how did you learn to speak so well so what you on these youtube videos and some of these other costs that you've been interviewed on i mean you speak so well when you're very very clear and listen to some of your anka pod causes out well with your clients so how did that learn to that was that something that was you will good at from the beginning or did you develop that skill you know i think a couple of things number one i think i'm very lucky in that i.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"I think it might seem that yesterday i have to check on that what about the will see for the rams yeah i should also mentioned to rossa they took john kelly shortly after bonnie alcoholic rockwell if the running back from tennessee reminds me a lot of dion lewis and i i really liked that pick as well i think he's going to be the number two player behind todd gurley this year so keep an eye on john kelly as well but as far as the will see john franklin myers was a defensive line when they took with the thirty fifth pick in the fourth round was another guy who blew up the combine and that's that really kinda put him on the national radar i think when you look at this kid though it's a lot of traits and you want to see more from the film comes from a lower level of competition stephen f austin but at two hundred three pounds he ran four seven six really quick off the ball when you watch them on film a high motorcade he makes plays up and down the field sideline to sideline he's got to get stronger he's gotta play with better pad level i think he's got the develop into something into an explosive in syria russia on sub package he's just not there yet i think that with time he could be a nice player though what about the undrafted jim for the rams yeah this was to me as was tigray scales from indiana i was a little shocked that his teammate chris covington went before him in the draft i know some people weren't necessarily surprised by that but i thought that this kid was a better player overall than covington even though covington had better size and i think that's why ultimately tigray scales fell out of this draft was he's six foot and a quarter he's two hundred and thirty pounds he's got ta.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"My goodness new hampshire has now hit for the cycle here in the third and it brings herald ramirez to the day what a third frame so far and they're still only one out first pitch to ramirez missing down low one ball and no strikes he worked the walk to start the second post was picked off by the catcher christopher vago here's the one on basketball up in you bald no strikes no action just yet in the yard goods bullpen beyond the right tenterfield walls for the moment this is still tokyo's game the two oh ramirez swings through that ball and account now two in one how 'bout cabin he'll you heard hitting coach hunter men's talk about it in the pre game show got an efficient swing the two one is on the ground of a shortstop here's fields and pro zander i get near as and that is the second out so big he picks one two hundred three pounds but relatively speaking he has a slight frame compared to the likes of junior or pants or one kelly panaceas says the battery with nobody on in two hours left handed hitter in the pin cases the basketball up in a way so in one but one of the most efficient swings on his roster and he.
"two hundred three pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Senator so season you cannot alabama they will take advantage of that and quickly turned those turnovers of the points in the last what is that i think that this to be say they want to win this game you have to make a big play possible even have gone off its of touchdown take up there this game having scored on a pick six three straight games i think if they make a ford and i have an outstanding chance to one of the football here this mississippi state defense much improved from last year seven interceptions over the fourgame winning streak meanwhile for alabama nine at o six at over the sec got a little bit of a test from lsu last week hit the tigers 24 ted their keys tonight yeah i think obviously the big story night alive in core of four linebackers out for the season the ovalles eyes will be all baghdad bob star one of the top recruit in the nation last laughing i think you'll get a lot of ways that i i think we'll take you polka number forty two a lot on third aalto faldo guys reacted to object to this often office you're alabama you want to get the running game reestablish a only a hundred sixteen yards last week all the all the ground disappoint that for those guys aren't out abject hundred seventy eight yards per game alabama obviously jail hurts the for the past uh with this office nor harrald running the football but tonight i to see the bit back on track of the lot again we are just about set to go alabama has won the toss they have deferred to the second half and so kk scott alps david kicker outstanding putter views they're kick off specialists guilty it up on the 35yardline two hour right and we will have to mississippi state returners to our left detrick thomas and reggie todd thomas who had an eighty three yards punt return for a cloud last week mississippi state fairly got by umass here the kickoff from right collapse and overran to received by todd about five yards dp takes the bait and mississippi scott wilson drive at a twenty five yard line our starting lineups they are brought to you by seabrook pat is your peta's toughest steal find your pen were those steel padded the skilled players mick fitzgerald the six five two hundred three pound junior.