17 Burst results for "Two Hundred Twenty Degrees"

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Discussed fasting and ice, baths and walks in. How all these things are the keys to his success. So when it comes to eating this one's a little intense. He only one meal a day during the week and he fast from Friday night to Sunday night. He says he started hallucinating the first few times, but then he sort of never been clearer. And when it comes to his wake up routine the social media mogul says it's all is bats for him. He says nothing has given me more mental confidence than being able to go straight from room temperature into the cold after that, he ditches the car. He walks about a quarter a mile and a quarter to work and just all of these things combine help him get a proper night's sleep at the end of these very long days that he's actually trying to make seem longer. So he sleeps. Better. And meanwhile to make things even tougher on his body. He says he has he spent the last three years alternating between ice cold, baths and two hundred twenty degrees on for fifteen minutes three times a day. So, but here's here's a question. Sort of what about getting the bagel? Yeah. Free pretty much fairly that. The question though, is sort of chicken or the egg. Like, he's going this sub freezing water. This is what makes me perform in the board room. And it's like, no, you're selling this to go into it as what makes you kind of person cold water's, just cold water, right? If my son was straight in other mover you drink the slushy. And it stuck at the bottom. And you tap it as bomb than the whole thing. Slides out on your face, like some sort of cherry cocky..

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"But I think I'm in need a little bit more unstructured instruction on that. So it's not as much it's not as as rigorous as as all my other practice right now. But I just playing around with it to understand what it is like how how might help in the first place yet. Yeah. A couple of things that by the way that app that I use is called a V T bodyweight app. Just checked on my phone at it. It just has probably twenty different body weight workouts in it kinda similar to that seven minute routine, but the the weighted vest can work really well because I do that seven minute workout. Sometimes I have a vest. It's a hyper where it's like a really tight fitting, wait advance, and you can get it in just like twenty pounds. And a lotta times twenty pounds is enough to just Jack your heart rate up for that seven minute workout. And then the other thing that I do with with. A lot. A lot of my clients will do this to I'll have them do a short workout like that short explosive body, weight workout and then for the resistance training. Have you ever heard of the book body by science by Doug McGrath? Yeah. So super slow training is just one single set. The failure takes fifteen eighteen minutes for the workout. But it's one single set the failure for chest press. Some polling motion like pull up or pull down shoulder press row, and in some kind of a leg press or squat. But you just do one set time under tension for like two to three minutes for each set to absolute failure. And that works really well because the one the one thing I know about that body weight workout like the New York Times or any of the rest just from pure strength or bone density standpoint. Sometimes you got a load the muscle. So if you do one of those twice a week, and then you do the body workout three times a week. And then you're walking lot. You've got a lot of bases covered. Andrew Tobias out on the bike. So he kinda hitting all the different parameters. Yeah. Even with us minute workout, you know, there's, you know, you do squats for instance, a step up on a chair with that mix the medicine ball or or the the kettlebells. I'm just out. A little bit more resistance in too. So just just experimenting a bunch, but where I wanna get to eventually as more building strength than and and that that I think is the next ration- from the other thing on physical health that has had probably the largest impact just in terms of how I feel but also mental clarity is sauna and and cold so about three years ago. I got I invested in a barrel. Our and in ice ice bath. That has a built-in chiller and the the chiller gets down to about thirty seven degrees. And I would rotate I I would do this every day as well. Usually in the in the evening. I would I would I would have the sauna temperature at around two hundred twenty degrees. I would stay in there for fifteen minutes rotate into the cold for three minutes and then back into the. Sonal start start with a cold for about three minutes on the Sona and do three rounds of that ending in the cold for about a minute. And I could wrap that whole thing up in in about an hour yet. So I love that for the for the feeling I recently discovered near f red so I recently purchased a sauna space, which is a little company out of Columbia, Missouri. Yeah. That can't hand makes near Redstone is it's it's a light array of for for incandescent bulbs. And it's the the cool thing about it is it's actually in this little tent, so it's really portable. I put it in my garage next to where I do my workouts in one nine and the the tent itself is also EMF shielded. So if I were to bring my phone in there, for instance, there's no signal whatsoever. So there's oh radiation him from power from wifi from Siler. So even if I were to go in there and meditate. Not turn the lights on it. Just feels it feels a little bit different because you're not getting hit by by all all the MEF energy sauna space..

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Chevrolet camaro how can we help you john you're on bumper to bumper radio i have a two thousand eleven chevy camaro and it's over union overheat go right back down to normal temperature how's your ac work not that great it wasn't working okay well dave i think it's a pretty simple i may not be a simple fixed but right off the bat my gut feeling is you wanna be looking under the hood at one of the raider fans camaro probably has one fan i'm thinking i haven't been under the hood of two thousand eleven camaro lately some cars might have to raider fans one that comes on when the engine temperature gets hot enough and another one that comes on or they both come on what would be the condenser fan and they both come on when you request their conditioner to turn on so the reason we asked you why how your air conditioner feels as i suspect that when you turn on your conditioner the condenser fan or the raider fans are not coming on and that's why the ac doesn't work and that's why the car warms up so what's the quick test dave i mean what's the the consumer can go out and kind of figure this out i mean not figure out the problem figure not just figure out the fans networking well don't stick your finger in the fan because they can turn on at any one time right right well what you wanna do the pop the hood start the car with the air conditioner off in just see if any of the fans are rotating assuming they're electrical fans see if they're on you're gonna hear it's going to be making some noise if it's not on the turn your air conditioner on then the fan for sure should come on with air conditioner on if it doesn't come on then you've got a fan relay fan control ac switch or some other kind of problem the next thing is let the car sitting idle and see if the fan kicks on around two hundred twenty degrees if it doesn't then maybe have a bad fan then we'll at least we've narrowed down where we need to diagnose but that's where i'm putting my money okay well thanks for the call john we're gonna go with jeff in mesa he's got a.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"You go to a service shot whether it's an independent or a chain store or what have you this microphone very go that cables bothered me nowhere will you see that you should service on the power steering pump or the fluid but here's the challenge with power steering fluid power steering fluid is not filtered and what that means is the system has no filter so the fluid goes from the pump to the rack and pinion or the integral gearbox back through the hoses to the reservoir and continues it just round robin three sixty five it also runs about oh two hundred two hundred and twenty degrees at two hundred twenty degrees it it certainly oxidized this because over time any oil that you keep hot will start to thicken in darkhan and this is true for any and every automobile out there so it doesn't matter what you drive front wheel drive reardrive it doesn't matter even if you drive a hybrid that that has the typical well lot of hybrids have the electric electric during but if you have any hydraulic steering at all which most cars are then at fifty thousand miles or let's say four years now i don't know how many miles you drive here but that's about right you should replace the power steering fluid we have witnessed that in our forty seven years in automotive service industry and what happens is that piston and rings that are in the rack.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"The best of do and temperature situation it's normal operating bands going to have to be somewhere around two hundred and twenty degrees and that's with a regular petroleum based oil so it's already down to the point to where it couldn't function because most of the cars oil would be running at a higher temperature than two hundred twenty degrees and lousy people go when my carly runs one hundred ninety five degrees what are you talking about well pokes oil has to run at a higher temperature than the water it's in the water jacket that cools the engine in the radiator because we have this little problem using with this thing called heat transfer you can only transfer heat from a higher temperature to a lower temperature in a greater that difference in temperature to higher the rate of heat transfer so i could never get the temperature out of my oil if it was at the same temperature as the water in the radiator it would never transfer any heat but it has to transfer heat to the water because the water actually removes the heat from the oil and the oil cools parts of the engine that the water never goes to a lot of folks think well this water in my radio school hell engine no it cools the upper end of the engine all the lower end which includes the lower end bearings the crankshaft the bottom end of the engine is cool by nothing but oil but that oil goes up at the top of the engine and it comes back down through passages that are next to the water cooling jacket and it dissipates heat.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"What what were the two things about the just the first of all it takes more asymmetrical peak system that the peak is gone it's not in the middle in the five hundred you all this grandiose room and i i'm not talking bad about him i signed it gives you all that room right the bill reply all ball forward towards the edge order to see or to shoot a hundred you're you're bumping into the whereas folks down on a five up this thing moves all the action area in all the room up front where would you go to shoot two hundred twenty degrees or whatever you've got a room for your boasts and nothing get impacted the neat thing about that is is no matter how you precision yourself you're actually this thing is truly designed for a bow hunter gutter crossville hired they're gonna have a blast out of these banks because of course if you could choose a vertical you can you know shoot those other but it is it really has the work the work area is there for the oh now now the window designs and stuff instead of having like netting in that you got like strands and stuff that you can manipulate right this is called the drag out with us just hit me like you thanksgiving one day you know when i did all the blinds books and all the blinds for the freemen team over there and i love him to that we had one of our infinitely adjustable window system moisture puts it daffron designed window system it was like an epiphany hit me why don't we have covers can arsala chiriqui for win the rangers fell out you know why don't we have a lack net that goes up over a window so that you can shoot through it if you're a traditional archer whatever for why not have this elastic system there's horizontal strands and there's vertical strand and then make this well free free to conceal.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A little bit more globalist it's got a joe long island hey joe welcome to the program yeah bianca questions so if you look at saudi arabia you know supposedly barrack getting diabetes and obesity you know they're red chinmei get food delivered for mcdonald's corporation back pay here are where we got a high obesity away and i i just wonder if it's i people really all read or if it is just really bad food and also in saudi arabi got a lack of water and the buying some water here but at the same time this concerned about the aquifers being wound door or damaged by fracking and eventually a we gonna have a water problem worldwide with people cant get clean water the cia estimates that there's going to be wars over water go ahead robert barton in a hurry and looks arabian countries have have actually very good guy they they beaten it's a middle eastern diet and it's a good way exactly is when you turn the food in that region nippy ugly gear diabetes and obesity and things like that uh secondly there is that a whole lot you can get when the two hundred twenty degrees out uh a lot of these countries have grown up with the idea that you don't do hard labour they've done by people you bring in from bangladesh and and other countries so if she goes some of these countries like dubai uae eu legions of young man walking around shopping malls doing nothing uh they don't really have any so the work ethic like americans do what you think like you're working on the farm or your sweating uh it's a different lifestyle now they're trying to do that they're trying to get people into the workforce but it it it's a it's a traditional thinking to exist off patronage which you know the the big chief gives a little chiefs chunk of money they give a little chunk of money and you basically due minor working hire people could delay next up let's go to wane in chicago high wayne go ahead uh george karl y okay will get you thank you yes um i wanted to two years there um you know.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Have decided uh that the president can run forever well but think about this kinda is building the with the call the bell trucks great road which is designed to setting cheap chinese products to the entire world and they're investing billions and billions of dollars in infrastructure in all these countries who they can move they're good uh in and out and find cheap labour we don't even think like that we we don't have any infrastructure for this country let alone you the entire world so they're doing like a marshall plan and we're still trying to figure out how to replace bridges in east coast so it would be nice if we thought bigger than just fixing america you know how do we get american goods efficiently in places like china india even nigeria one of the fastest growing countries are her so we were getting a little toy who um nationalist we should be a little bit more blur let's go to joe long island hey joe welcome to the program yeah highest on two questions so if you look at saudi arabia you know supposedly they're getting diabetes and obesity you know they're where and get food delivered from mcdonald's and that were far braves back here where we got a high obesity away and uh i i just wonder if it's i people really overeat or of it is just really bad food and also in saudi arabia guy a lack of water and that buying some water here but at the same time this concerned about the aquifers being ruined door or damaged by fracking and eventually a we gonna have a water problem worldwide with people can't get clean water the cia estimates that there's going to be wars over water go ahead robert yeah well interestingly enough salary and and most arabian countries have have actually very good guy they they beat it's a middle eastern diet that's a good where exactly is when you turn the food in to that region that they personally gear diabetes and obesity and things like that uh secondly the there's not a whole lot you can get when the two hundred twenty degrees out uh a lot of these countries have grown up with the idea that you don't do hard labour that's done by people you bring in from bangladesh and and other countries so if you go to some of these countries like.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Connect FM

Connect FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Connect FM

"Video clip perfect for car care yogi clips themselves or three minutes in length and the older ones are automatically over written as the memory fills up so you have to worry about swapping all those cards and all that the video shot in a ten adp resolution only by the front camera the rear camera shoots at seven twenty p still pretty good in its optimize for nighttime recording like many of these cameras the cdr 895 comes with a motion sensor that can detect collisions and can detect motion visually as well and start recording even if the car is parked in case anyone is trying to break into the vehicle while the owners away it retails for about two thirty no another front and rear system as the black cam bch one thousand it also suits and two navy p towards the front and seven twenty p towards the back the front near it comes with a larger three and a half inch touchscreen and can withstand temperatures of up two hundred twenty degrees which is helpful especially down here in miami when the internal temperature of cars can reach that the bc at one thousand also comes with motion sensors and it will record when the car is bumped bite of the car while parking it also comes with gps which may come in handy for those that spot an accident and save a clip a more unique feature of the bch 1000 his lane departure warning they can tell when the drivers drifting to other lanes in it sends out an alert this when retails for about three hundred and forty dollars if you wanna try for a less expensive camera look at the falcons zero f seventeen zero hd plus it's a very catchy model name there only about one hundred bucks it's only a.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The weather and so does the flavor uh there's so many things that the you know when you get a really good cold night and then a nice warm sunny day you're the yield to the trees will be much higher and so that can change from day to day and from season this season so in this world that we live in that as you just suggested has always focused on large batches and that sort of thing um the way that you purifier if you will pasteurize i know that there are a lot of people who want to make sure that this is pure and there are some who want organic on rahmatullah effect that is in what you do but in the process of cooking which that which comes out of the tree you do automatically pasteurize it so somebody puts on a label pasteurize as no big deal because you have to cook it to separate out the syrup anyway right that's right we syrup is boiled up to a temperature of two hundred twenty degrees to get it down to its normal uh density so it's very it yeah it's very sad to guide there's no there's no problems with with pasteurisation because that's essentially what you're doing a we have a process where we actually do that at a lower temperature at about one hundred nays agrees which is also still at a pasteurisation temperature um which which changes the flavor and the content of the syrup yeah the the way it looks and the way it taste and it preserves alone the enzymes in it so we do have syrups w we do small batches and some of them are are actually cooked at different temperatures to get different affects well this speaks to a bit for those who are in the business of selling raw milk uh when we focus on wron that's the nature of that is natural and natural state and so we've had all of this push from.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Deadly heat waves are going to be much bigger problem in the coming decades but so our frequent extreme cold weather situations and patterns here why because there's some sort of situation where the ice melting causes the he transferred to go from the water uh to the air and so then the polar vortex becomes unstable at about that and it's spills into the united states air ugo is that a convoluted bunch of crap these are the same people who didn't know that the ocean absorbs heat and so they had to come up with this report carbon emissions also trap heat in today's report shows oceans have absorbed ninety percent of that heat causing ocean temperatures by half a degree had all that he'd gone into the atmosphere air temperatures could have risen by more than 200 degree whoa not on so global warming is so bad yeah that if the earth hadn't done its job by having the w the ocean observe the heat or abs absorb the heat we would be two hundred degrees hotter than we currently are at is fed rather than twenty degrees in dallas texas right now we would be two hundred twenty degrees and you didn't know that that was the case with the earth so how are we expected to believe them on anything when they couldn't figure that little fact out and these are the people writing your kids textbooks exactly exactly so the yeah here's the actual explanation as as a scientist named jonathan over pack from the university of michigan explained it that this cold despite warming is indeed at least in part because of the warming so his theory is that a loss of arctic ice allows more heat to transfer from the ocean to the atmosphere causing a weakening of the polar vortex basically how explained as a result more freezing arctic air is swooping further south that's due to the warming of the arctic which in turn is due to human emissions of greenhouse gases and primarily burning fossil fuels but we're supposed to believe all of that despite the fact that they didn't understand this occur and carbon emissions also trap heat days report shows oceans have absorbed ninety percent of that heat while rising oceans hirai half.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In of accurate body this is chris josie with mark o'meara were in the justin cow manure listening to seven twenty wgn and the downloaded saw last segment hello iceberg right night how great they've been listening to us thank you appreciate it here we thought we'd end our lovely show with if you i just talked tax getting because his coming right up it's sort of trump today nail it is now i'd like wait a minute i keep thinking it's a week later than it is i know me because i'm in a smoke as always have done this like you'll be like a third or fourth the are right in the big green egg big green egg wait wait what is a big green egg big green egg is a large ceramic japanese originally styled it looks like a big you know barbecue yoad dome but it's looks like a green golf ball if kind of has to and he's like that an intelligence and it's and it's really heavy and so what it and went and it has these events on the top and then event on the bottom and what it does is it holds the temperature really consistently so if you're making let's say a brisket and you guys like it's might smoke it for fifteen hours you can put it you could set it by how much you open the vents and the stuff you put in it and then the would you put on you can get it at like two hundred twenty degrees and keep it at that traumas entire time without having to put more stuff on it so in it's like you can do in the debtor winter and it's so thick that it won't really it it just doesn't hear because like they're aluminum ones but you know they're going to be more sensitive to the outside so they just a way of sort of smoking stuff had a consistent low temperature you could do stuff at high temperatures to digest tend to duma low and i've done turkey last few years usually end up with a pretty big turkey i go to the farmer's market in evanston and there's there's a farm gassed farms it is and they just ask wants to turkey is the turkey's that they've got at their little farm in wisconsin which i feel better thing going to get the butter by and.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Near the iraq border because she wanted to get as close as she could to rocky ride not shoot in iraq because the war was going on yeah average temperature in a shooting day was one hundred twenty two hundred twenty degrees she recruited mostly iraqi refugees who were living in jordan to be the round in yeah and to be the you know onlookers and they extras and the actor in the very crucial seen at the end is in iraqi actor oh man that is a that's so fucking boss relaitons even looking at the co like the number of areas you're right great i we show credit satisfying to me later just seeing that there is like like i think one of the things that really comes through in the film is how much she wanted to like honor the experience like not just necessarily lake slight capture it or or or interpreted but like actually like what herself wanted to understand that which i always going to have respect for that you know it yeah i i think that's that's fair i think that's right and i know so i do think she's drawing their from boll who flaws aside is a journalists and he likes to draw from real sources to react these things and yet yeah uh so they shot in jordan they made it for fifteen million dollars is independent film it premiered at venice and did pretty well if hopped over to toronto this is in two thousand eight right exactly so you know and then it gets picked up by some it not a huge griping while labour's rare light was big try a chimera ear yes yes it was right digest while it was about to come out toilet come that had imagined your to becomes us out november twilight and the french lacquer twilight come on november right so i have it before twilight they buy for only a million 05 which is definitely less than they wanted constraint cost fifteen and then they don't release until the following summer so there's that weird thing with this movie wear it gets nominated for spirit awards the year before a wins the oscar right it doesn't get a best director nominees this is off despite her winning the oscar.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Mommy mouth what else do they have the intimacy experts these are the experts how back and forth and i will pause and then to and would pause i would pause in when you feel the other person pause no that's who cue to take we in unita kiss on the stance that they play inside and outside slowly moving your tongue eat is teeth just gentle way but you can do so much and you can feel the energy newburg resource to to be at this and what god almighty god okay would you rather would you rather be other thing that's gone now come on you don't even listened k would you would you rather burning then we go to burning man for two weeks and your shoe weeks or not shower you've got the playa does who got playa dust in your asshole in your eyes and your beard your taken shits and portapottys two hundred twenty degrees during the day you know me well there's there's john eating contest there's dirty hippies everywhere or it's two weeks of the intimacy class finger the end of intimacy giving you the online i can't do burning man for two weeks to six one of its one week each would if i sort in the time everything about burning man is what i ate so so or coachella this those sirte coachella or to at least entertainment be more entertained by the intimacy class but this would be but the end it's the intimacy that makes me uncomfortable because then they'll be like tom and christina you guys trier in front of everybody and then i be like oh i know but i will be laughing and i'd like that there's air conditioning and there's a bathroom and hours really bothers me about those festival well the bernie man in particular because it's playa desks you're out on a a playa whatever had some some fuck an idiot that listens to our show message me about he's like when did you become like.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Right of monday's after forty nine er game sports talk dominates during the political election cycle the political stations dominated right i'd imagine that weathermen are going to kick some serious ask today right or wrong dave in your opinion oh yeah mean breaking news it's going to be warm in the summertime back to you in the studio people just can't help it they just and i don't know what the differences between ninety two and ninety eight then again i'm okay with hot weather ice rebel up and i i get terror i i just i can't handle cold weather and i want to know the different if it's going to be thirty one as opposed to thirty six and is there any real difference probably not why just want to know when it's going to be humid because jeff gordon said he says he would rather be in phoenix arizona two hundred twenty degrees in in michigan with eighty degrees in the humidity they have asked the criminal added hot humidity you take a cold shower near sweatiest nofly he get used to it whatever it used to it is it's weather cables do that's what it's called weather of so davis katie salty and by the way weathermen outdated data term right because bill martin is the only weatherman still standing all the television station that they're probably couple on the weather network but for i mean across the board with the exception of ktb you in the afternoons weekdays they're all buxom bay aides correct yes they are i mean you could go down the list of the bayer i think the most beautiful weather lady in the bay area sandy patel on abc's seven kg cato oh her she's lovely she's on fire go give me a little rosemary rosca they could tell me is going to be three hundred degrees and i want to die tomorrow and i'm to probably thank them bill martin and his a maybe a brother distant cousin the great steve martin from la story the last male weathermen i'm in la story guy maybe that's a little bit too old of a reference for some people in our audience steve martin as the weather man in la it's one of the alltime great satirical films i've ever seen if you haven't seen it check it out and if it's been awhile since you've popped on la story revisit.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"With the death of american student otto warm beer after nearly a year and a half in north korean captivity there's some fingerpointing from the trump administration state department spokeswoman heather nauert we hold north korea accountable for auto warriors unjust imprisonment and we wanna see through three other americans who are unjustly detained brought home as soon as possible within the past half hour president trump is tweeted while i greatly appreciate the efforts of president xi in china to help with north korea it has not worked out at least i know china tried we'll the senate finish its version of health care replacement before the july four three he says majority leader mitch mcconnell says talks continue in closeddoor sessions transparency would have been added by having hearings in which democrats offered analysts single payer system amendment now the end of thursday a draft the healthcare bill could be released now to tax reform house speaker paul ryan discuss that today in dc speaking at the national association of manufacturers tsomet ryan says the plan will stop the madness of the current tax code and will nix what he calls burdensome taxes including the death tax we will consolidate the existing seven wregget's gets into three double the standard induction in simplify things to the point the you can do your own taxes on the foreign the size of a postcard ryan says lawmakers will turn this planet legislation and the goal is to get this done by the end of 2017 allison keys cbs news washington there's a special election today in georgia's sixth congressional district democrats voting for jon ossoff hope he can steal a seat that's gone republican for more than and three decades i'm an immigrant i'm speaking tomorrow republicans are fired up to support karen handel donald second palmoil voted mullah these are the people voting today more than one hundred and forty thousand voters cast ballots early in this runoff election bill caiaccio for cbs news atlanta we're on the cusp of summer flights have been cancelled around phoenix where it could get two hundred twenty degrees read a big l'ours fire captains threatening heap for all population all ages you can get.

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"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred twenty degrees" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Dangerous time there the us embassy recently put out a statement warning americans to avoid vulnerable locations with poor security measures in place including hotels restaurants and churches the military times is reporting the bodies of all seven missing crewmembers from the u s s fitzgerald had been found in in the sleeping quarters of the damage navy destroyer it collided with a massive container ship in the waters off japan early yesterday morning commanding officer joseph oh coin says they're not releasing the names of the victims yet we wanna make sure that we have the notification done to the family grieving families we don't wanna come out with something prematurely we wanna make sure the family members are notified so i am not being very definitive on this update now on a devastating fire in the uk london maher citykhan says last week's fire and a public housing apartment building which claimed at least fifty eight lives was caused by years of neglect the mayor calls at a preventable accident that they need her of probably with savings because of mistakes and the click of politicians con says residents believe their concerns that the building was a fire trap were ignored because they were poor and many were immigrants accusing for strike angry larry miller cbs news london the calendar says it won't be summer for another three days that in the southwest beginning to feel like midjuly forecaster bob oravec at the national weather center high temperatures over the next few days anywhere from a hundred in five two hundred and ten degrees across the interior value the california and it's a higher toby cross arizona in southeastern tell forty or temperatures one hundred and fifteen two hundred twenty degrees are expected the only one who housing confirmed it is the new mom herself multiple reports say beyond say has delivery twins at ucla medical center her father seeming to confirm news and a tweet that says they're here one report says there was a minor issue after monday's birth mother and baby is.

japan officer maher citykhan forecaster california arizona ucla medical center fitzgerald joseph uk larry miller bob oravec fifteen two hundred twenty deg ten degrees three days