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"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on KTRH
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Evel Knievel: Ramping Up To Glory
"Knievel Oh is one of the most iconic names of the twentieth century. There's a reason that people are still being compared to him nearly forty years after his last jump he rubbed elbows with Hollywood's greatest performed stunts. No one thought were possible. And pioneered the whole subject of stunting known as action sports which has blossomed into a multi multi billion dollar industry. Pretty much all of my favorite people of my childhood odor career to able able. Yeah I think we should preface this by saying most of our sources were just documentaries because there's a million documentaries on him The biggest one being being evil By Dick House House productions who did jackass a really good documentary She go check it out. After this absolutely I watched last night it is really good. Check it out on or wherever you can find it all right so Knievel performed over seventy five motorcycle jumps over his career. Most most of which were successful. Some were catastrophically unsuccessful. Many were on bikes. That weighed close to five hundred pounds. Most of the CAR Harley Davidsons. Yeah he loved Harley he he had a triumph Bonneville He actually started selling Honda motorcycles. which will get into? But I think that's crazy because Jeff I mean Jeremiah's motorcycle rider and he's like yeah it's like like motorcross jump. Bikes are like two hundred. Two hundred twenty pounds. He's jumping bike. That's three hundred pounds more than that. What's an an animal that was five hundred pounds grill? It's like jumping a hundred Yeah so these motorcycles are flat track bikes. That were. We're not designed to jump. As Joe said he also broke many many bones in his body and spent a lot of time in the hospital and against all odds he lived to a He lived to sixty nine years old. Nice Nice Nice for more impressive than his death. Defying stunts was eagles ability to act as his own promoter. Heitmann and publicist He knew how to pump up the drama and get the crowd on their feet I think that's my favorite part out of the documentary. I didn't know that evil was. He's like a handsome guy he's super now and just so confident like oozing confidence in every interview he does I. I guess it makes sense that he was so good at that. Because I mean you got I think if you have the mindset of like hey I'm going to jump over thirteen buses or whatever you also have to the confidence and be like I'm GonNa tell people who watch my stuff but like I don't know like you you talk to like race car drivers today. They're definitely there's only a few that only a few that can talk at all. Yeah EXAC- nerd. Best Friends with her dad. So it was very interesting seeing Mister Knievel and Action Green Anaconda by the way five hundred pounds. Wow which surprised me more because I. That's a big thing that makes a big meat tube. Evils Charisma inspired a new generation of stunt people around the world. He was a natural showman. con artist and outlaw. But he wasn't always evil He was born Robert. Craig Knievel on October thirteenth. Nineteen thirty in Butte Montana. Butte at the time was a small rough town known for the two things mindful of copper and bars full of miners. Robert's parents Robert Senior and an knievel gave birth to his brother. Nick a year later. Then They divorced soon after his mother moved to Reno and his father moved to California leaving Robert in Nick in the hands of their grandparents day says reading more round Butte and there is like three thirty thousand people in the town but there are three thousand prostitutes will serve all the miners so literally one tenth of the population was prostitutes. That means ten guys. We're doing the same Gal. Well Ignatius and Ama- knievel. His grandparents showered the kids with love and affection. Filling in a much-needed Ignatius We haven't Ignatius at donut. Then we haven't Agnosio. Yeah but like that's that's kind of a Sam his grandparents bought the boys Bicycles and toys and took in the fairs when Robert was eight Ignatius. Emma took him in his brother to a daredevil show. That would forever change his life from that point on the Joey Chitwood thrill show was a traveling. Extravaganza sends like a rockabilly band. Joey Chitwood Joe. Joey Joey Chitwood trill show played at the fair there. I'm surprised he didn't have his own signature. peachy cours So this extravaganza that featured stunt driver Joey Chitwood J. Turns and driving on two wheels and what amounted amounted to be a giant commercial for Chevrolet What really interested Young Kyu knievel? was the motorcycle stunts. Riders would smash new flaming boards at high speeds. They do we lease and jumped through flaming hoops. This show sparks something in Robert. In his words I would go home and take defenders of my bicycle and put clothes pins in cards so it sound like motorcycle. That was the start of his lifelong obsession with motorcycles. And
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of adjustment flori was halfway in the middle of a full record at the regroup itself that makes the save for Crawford at the other end a good look at the start coming through not to just white with those gloves some good chances for both sides Hayes ones that are affected Murphy right forty fires a shot reflecting on golden turned wide in behind the Vegas no side battling back their lost the battle for the puck taken back by the golden knights here's necklace Hagel offline left wing try to squeeze a pass through Murphy skates he kept it to a second shot at the center ice intended from side picked off by the golden knights state or the Stevenson put in over the hotline toppers slot is still red circles no one time shot they're room to reading was wide and patch ready put another cross check into the small of Dennis Gilbert fact and then skated away to Vegas that's the second time he's done that here tonight mac at the hotline Gustafson got the puck over the lan line left wing into the Vegas so let's put down the center ice by anyone fire down the right plan behind the vagus nerve laser whatever near boards Balanchine seek out there who sit at the centre rice no one wants to talk to the left wing porn now let's talk about the long drive from here for sex miss got the part moves up the left wing to centre rice mill dump it over to the right wing corner the biggest get off on a tree toppled looks pretty solid that fell to pieces save the peaceful Florian profit thanks for coming up here so they just want to stay on the Blackhawks will get a whole line change here than a stick with what they have a nice one with my interpreter the biggest goal the night the letter and the wine put together workers called up Matthew hi more your available Chris focused in the lineup tonight to help the scratch five more minutes stir up front what what what with the the addition of Andrew sought to the long term I are they cleaned up clear up some space that they could bring up a couple players for this three game road trip Seeburg pulled the plug in at the right point off the face off of the golden knights get it no Sir there's this is Gilbert they can it might be cut off his big office headed to the despite all the way down by Derek England and icing is called once again against the Golden nine a lot of those cars this is a game this season forty eight then a chill game three sixty two hundred twenty pounds you could see the he's he's got a low center of gravity this one should work down in the corners of the of the park off of the room for room incinerates passing over to Cain lost the puck at the Vegas blue line taken back by no effect put it across the Ryan reed talk one right wing you spend the down behind the net me gusta similar diving in temple Texas read the six eight made by Crawford different get tied up at sunrise by Reeves lost the plot men talk will swing back down in behind the biggest let for so long one secret there put it over to the Han circle the Crawford's left back to see what the one right for that what Pascagoula consideration which is attainable Vegas one point senator prosper along the way for he's tied up the works the point three down to the corner minutes one of the boards my neck now not all of them but we go on the report he spends it back in behind the Vegas not around the left wing cited a in on goal move down a story with a motor fifty one left in the first year in Vegas hawks and golden knights no floor this is black on top in seven twenty WGN okay so my husband and I we've been living with eighteen T. for awhile and I gotta tell you we're well past the honeymoon phase so just the other day we saw eighteen T. advertising.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And all the buses coming to Port Authority all within a few minutes of our office it's so easy to get to us what about a man also came to me yesterday seventy two years old born in United Kingdom great press he's seventy two and the well he had this trouble with his stomach twenty five years ago when he sees a stomach Dr Newsome a doctor was looking into his stomach and the man **** paraded means of food went from his stomach into the log as parade and so the man had a CT scan of his chest area CT scan news from the have a lung cancer whoa so member had a lung cancer just because you had this trouble with his stomach twenty five years ago and he had this cancer was biopsy proven cancer of the lung called Adam carcinoma and he went to one of the biggest hospitals again one of the super pooper scooper Saint elsewhere were the most famous ones no no one so I'm going to acts why she's all you an X. Y. Z. other gun X. Y. Z. and is getting chemotherapy and was getting chemotherapy only for his lung cancer adenocarcinoma and he's losing weight is weight went from a hundred and fifty two hundred twenty pounds and he's losing his appetite is getting fifty seven trouble breathing and you have some pain and these getting side effects from the chemo so it doesn't recall nor Robert C. and many many people with chemo came as a kind of poisonous stop usury very directed so goes throughout the body but often it causes damages to the nerves in the hands of the fetus special way and dispense having terrible pain in the hands of the feed from chemotherapy number one and number two chemotherapy is not working you just had a pet scan a couple days ago and the pet scan shows the cancer is growing and now the cancer of the lungs blocking the airway is the longest collapsed and he's not having the good breeding the used to have so he said the immuno therapy said chemotherapy so many people come to me it's all doctor leader but I heard about immuno therapy I'm getting immunotherapy well I see so many people who are getting terrible side effects and it's not working and we know from the day that the the the vast majority sad to say it doesn't work look we want treatment to work we want everyone with cancer to get better but it's so sad when people are spending ten thousand dollars a month they getting sick and getting side effects of getting the rob with the doll from treatments chemotherapy demo therapies that are not working and this man's cancer is growing it's growing on chemo it's growing on immuno therapy the long is now blocked belong is now collapsed and he comes to me with a collapsed lung with cancer growing any S. B. should be keep con taken the came up the cables not working and meanwhile the chemo doctor over there at the super duper places turbo take your came out you gotta take chemo for rest your life well no you don't have to take him off the rest your life you and everyone you know or the president of United States of your body if you don't believe it come into your office so we have a brand new presidential campaign button inside for candidate number one or number two or number twenty two it's for you you are the president of United States of your body you are the president of your body this is the work we do and we just made a new button for you to remember that you are the president of your body and if you want the button or.
Beached sperm whale found with 220 pounds of trash in stomach
"Dead whale washed up on Scottish beach the other day further degrading the already fragile. Standing of Scotland on travel and leisure's great beaches news of the world rankings. The whale was identified as an adolescent male sperm whale according to the group who found the whale Smith's the Scottish Marine Animals strandings scheme Oh mercy what sort of plan is that to Strand poor marine animals away hold on. I'm being informed smashes actually against the stranding of animals really even when a dolphin or a belugas dropped off wrapped in a blanket at a local firehouse. Anyway you really had had me. I Dunno eyebrow raised with your name Scottish marine animal strandings and then if you'd have gone with organization or group I get it but what. The Scottish Marine animals stranding scheme it does seem suspicious but according to Smith's quote in this well stomach was approximately one hundred kilograms grams of marine debris. All this material was in a huge ball in the stomach and some of it looked like it had been in there for some time. The animal was in particularly poor condition. Well I guess except for being dead and whilst that that say no Scottish and whilst it certainly is plausible that this amount of debris was a factor in its live stranding. We actually couldn't find evidence that this had impacted or obstructed the intestines honestly earnestly credit to small for not over emphasizing the role that the debris might have played you can't prove that felled the great leviathan or the Teen Leviathan. But I gotTa think the two hundred twenty twenty pounds of garbage in your belly. It just can't be a good thing. It's not like the whale equivalent of Multivitamin or a copper bracelet. I mean in two hundred twenty pounds of garbage did no harm then. Sebastian gorka still be employed by the trump administration. Am I right now. I'm not he weighs more than twenty at least two fifty soaking wet. which by the way is the usual way? Wales are weighed but I was actually keen to investigate what comprised the garbage. What was it made of? And according two small us as reported by the Sunday Herald Youtube site which is an odd institutions. Since the Sunday Herald Actual newspaper went out of business a little over a year ago but the youtube site quoted smarts reporting the constituent parts of the garbage thusly researches who examined the animal founded its stomach contained almost one hundred kilograms of land and sea waste including sections of net rope plastic cups bags gloves packing straps and achieving
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"It well I I just always wondered why Disney show its face but you know but I know he's there you know that's the key that's the whole key to everything right dentists know Brian it's nothing against you it's not trying to mess with your anything but it's just trying to get you to trust yourself and a sense of I intuitively I get from him Brian that it's his one you know one of his ways to teach you one last thing right then and to try to you know to get you to trust your own abilities your own intuitive abilities and sand Hey you know once you get past that Berrier you'll be able to see my face guns in dean what else spirited doesn't have a face what if it's just the some kind of you know some glowing for or amount of energy sure and while it sometimes that can be and you know and sometimes it's you know some people get frustrated with that as well because they're like you know again Hey I I keep on you know I can never see anybody all it is is this like he's shared George is this the glowing order Burr like a ball of sun and sand you know what about that you know a lot of times it's this reading you don't need to be you know Hey there approximately five foot five and two hundred twenty pounds you don't need to see that because if you read there's what I call their sole signature their energy it should be just the same if you were able to see their face let us go to Greta in the state of Washington welcome to the program hi Greta hi George can you hear me we sure can loud and clear thank you so much for your wonderful wonderful shows all the time they being and thank you to your guests for this wonderful show I'm a disabled retired registered nurse I lost a bunch of family members and might important hat all at the same time a year or so ago and one of the little path was in stocks and she wasn't breathing well and she had to go in an oxygen cage and I couldn't hold her and I couldn't be with her when when we had to put her to sleep and she was my therapy dog and it haunts me terribly that I couldn't hold her cat sure and I was just wondering if there was any way you that you could see her see how she is I would gene pets come do you don't think so sometimes you know sometimes we when we and you think of when really between animals and people when they revert back to you think of when we leave the physical body we're just reverting back to energy raped her spirit and so regardless of whether that you know animal regardless whether it's you your your dog in this case or somebody's you know Pat character whatever it's it's a soul right console connecting to soul energy so sometimes do they come forward and ingredients absolutely you know do they still and spirit you know you hear a lot of cases of jump still jumping up on the batter feel them by your feet terror whatever feel you know feel them against your arms absolutely so Greta for you one of the things that you were talking about and I I'm sorry for your loss as well as in its you know are are for babies all call them really worked their way into our hearts and and really become members of the family and so it's this distance difficult with their lives when they when they cross over but understand even though that you could not old your your dog and I'm sorry what's your dog's name again her name was Maggie short backpack little Maggie Maggie okay well in one of the things Greta is to know that you know obviously Maggie first and foremost is in a tremendous tremendous great.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"But he never had and I've I've had report dreams and I've never seen a space in the dream though but he's never shown me is space but I know which hand and I was just wondering do you have an explanation for that or anything I was interested nice you know I do talk to him daily so it's not like he is not there but you know I mean I just wonder why yet right at the bus only space well first off Brian I I'm sorry for your loss and you know certainly you know you talk about one that's very common because a lot of people you know that when spirit is trying to come through or communicate with folks regardless if somebody is very open life might be busy at the time where we just our conscious mind you think of the hamster wheel right it's like be a mood shifts movin whatever's going on the kids got this or whatever so all those to do list things are all plugin up you know the the intuitive aspects of our mind and that's why a lot of times when spirit comes true it'll be to the sub conscious when we're in sweet state and and that's what I call the monkey mind the monkey mind is the conscious mind and when that you know when they're busy monkey mind is asleep become poor but it's interesting to me that you talk about not seeing his face but yet you know with him and you have these experiences a lot of times is that could there be a subconscious aspect in there yes but at the same time it's trusty in the thing that I can get around it for you Bryan is because you you need to trust that you can feel that it's your dad not with your you think of your conscious your eyes in your head right and sand Hey I need to see somebody in need to see somebody space to recognize the but we realize that we don't because we can recognize their sole signature or their energy signature despite when they show up does that make sense well it does to me how about you Brian what do you think yeah it does and you know you're right I don't you know I guess I just really want to see this page right well in that may just be a one is present you know it makes it all good I bet this guy well I I guess always wonder why Disney show its face but you know but I know he's there you know that's the key that's the whole key to everything right dentists know Brian it's nothing against you it's not trying to mess with the or anything but it's this trying to get you to trust your cell and a sense of I intuitively I get from him Brian that it's his one you know one of his ways to teach you one last thing right then and to try to you know to get you to trust your own abilities your own intuitive abilities and sand Hey you know once you get past that Berrier you'll be able to see my face again Indian whatever spirited doesn't have a face what if it's just does some kind of mental some glowing for or amount of energy sure and while it sometimes that can be and you know and sometimes it's you know some people get frustrated with that as well because they're like you know again Hey I I keep on you know I can never see anybody all it is is this like use shared towards is this the going in order for like a ball of sun and sand you know what about that you know a lot of times it's just reading and you don't need to see you know Hey there approximately five foot five and two hundred twenty pounds you don't need to see that because if you read there's what I call their sole signature their energy it should be just the same if you were able to see their face let us.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on KTOK
"But he never had it not I've had three or four three and I've never seen a space in the dream though but he's never shown me is space but I know which hand and I was just wondered do you have an explanation for that or anything I was interested nice you know I do talk to him daily so it's not like he is not there but you know I mean I just wonder why yet right as it was only space well first off Brian I I'm sorry for your loss and you know certainly you know you talk about one that's very common because a lot of people you know that when spirit is trying to come true or communicate with folks regardless of somebody is very open life might be busy at the time where we just our conscious mind think of a hamster wheel right it's like be a mood shifts movin whatever's going on the kids got this or whatever so all those to do list things are all plugin up you know the the intuitive aspects of our mind and that's why a lot of times when spirit comes true it'll be to the sub conscious when we're in sleep state and and that's what I call the monkey mind the monkey mind is the conscious mind and when that you know when they're busy monkey mind is asleep become poor but it's interesting to me that you talk about not seeing his face but yet you know with him and you have these experiences a lot of times is that could there be a subconscious aspect in there yes but at the same time it's trusting the thing that I and get around it for you Bryan is because you you need to trust that you can feel that it's your dad not with your you think of your conscious your eyes in your head right and sand Hey I need to see somebody in need to see somebody space to recognize a but we realize that we don't because we can recognize their sole signature or their energy signature despite when they show up does that make sense well it does to me how about you Brian what do you think yeah it does you know you're right I don't you know I guess I just really want to see it right well in that may just be honest presence you know it makes it all good my brother just got it well I I guess always wonder why Disney shows space but you know but I know he's there you know that's the key that's the whole key to everything right dentists know Brian it's nothing against you it's not trying to mess with the or anything but it's just trying to get you to trust yourself and a sense of I intuitively I get from him Brian that it's his one you know one of his ways to teach you one last thing right and and to try to you know to get you to trust your own abilities your own intuitive abilities and sand Hey you know once you get past that Berrier you'll be able to see my face guns in dean whatever spirited doesn't have a face what if it's just the some kind of you know some glowing for or amount of energy sure and while it sometimes that can be and you know and sometimes it's you know some people get frustrated with that as well because they're like you know again Hey I I keep on you know I can never see anybody all it is is this like use shared George is this the glowing order Burr like a ball of sun and sand you know what about that you know a lot of times it's just reading you don't need to see you know Hey there approximately five foot five and two hundred twenty pounds you don't need to see that because if you read there's what I call their sole signature their energy it should be just the same if you were able to see their face let us.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Know it makes it all good my brother just got it well I I guess always wonder why Disney shows space but you know but I know he's there you know that's the key that's the whole key to everything right dentists know Brian it's nothing against you it's not trying to mess with your anything but it's just trying to get you to trust your cell and a sense of I intuitively I get from him Brian that it is one you know one of his ways to teach you one last thing right then and to try to you know to get you to trust your own abilities your own intuitive abilities and sand Hey you know once you get past that Berrier you'll be able to see my face yeah Indian whatever the spirit doesn't have a face what if it's just the some kind of you know some glowing for or amount of energy sure and while it's sometimes that can be and you know and sometimes it's you know some people get frustrated with that as well because they're like you know again Hey I I keep on you know I can never see anybody all it is is this like use shared George is this the glowing or Burr like a ball of sun and sand you know what about that you know a lot of times it's just reading you don't need to see you know Hey there approximately five foot five and two hundred twenty pounds you don't need to see that because if you read there's what I call their sole signature their energy it should be just the same if you were able to see their.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You you have been involved in the growth stage of this industry from the very beginning of the one I have to ask you is you're really high on the food chain in the battery side to talk about a what you guys do a lot more calls and then talk about a talked a look at what's going on this because I I think we're in at the right time here because we are pretty peak are we I mean isn't this really pre peak of the the sales exactly I mean the hockey stick moment as we say in Canada is yet to come we're going to see a lot of growth in the next little while we're gonna see a lot of babies being sold but what we're doing right now is preparing the supply side the supply side is the materials that go into the Lizzie mine batteries that's the important thing to have with us and that's what we have whose car crash site materials here in contact I'm located in wonderful Montreal Quebec right now had a nice maple syrup breakfast but his father was a compliment and watch the hockey game Klay when you talk about battery materials people don't understand you know people really understand about the graphite how important important so talk about that and talk about we're Lecocq falls into that that supply chain I mean they call it a lithium ion battery but really lets him on battery has a majority of the material in it being nickel and crash site so graphite is really the active material that goes into the anode of the of the car so we're seeing some very good demand side gross for graphite every single cars going to need about two hundred twenty pounds of the material so I think that's a good side of the situation and it's just going to keep growing and growing as more and more cars on the road all right the taste it right there.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I will go with the kind of laughter he also has a ridiculous mustache at the moment we kind of laughter that you're only you only have one something disastrous his sort of happened and you have to laugh because you have no other alternative I'm just laughing at the idea that Tom Brady is the first person ever to fight he keeps that he paid outside extensions a two year extension might be just these this and they're laughing at the rest of the division Marty but before we before we get out here on this segment before we get to this billionaire you've been all around the college football stuff and I just don't know how you're going to stop the Clemson train unless you injure their quarterback well it's it's truly remarkable they they have an embarrassment of riches on offense I was there this week interviewing demo Sweeney and Trevor Lawrence they're great quarterback entering his sophomore year he's up to two hundred twenty pounds I mean he looks like some sort of Adonis and he has four wide receivers that likely will be number one picks in the future he has probably the best running back for us yeah for yes T. Higgins Justin Ross American knows about both of those guys if two freshmen come in one from here in South Florida named Frank lads and those kind of from that right Ridley brothers Jerry Judy tree all right and then they have a young man from California he's the first real big time star that they got from California's names Joseph in Ghana remember that name he looks like he looks like Teo right now he's eighty it's not fair you can't play for the can't throw footballs I mean you could barely play for another are you kidding it's it's it's it's truly an embarrassment of riches that is I guess the only way to sort of close the gap and they have with Alabama in that just flood them with modern offense yard flood their defense and everything with professional talent the skilled positions and they can run the ball to who and they've got the one the fast he's still at the end is still in the backfield Sir and and so he's super fast and good god how how do you they did they recruit on believe no no I'm not I'm I know how they do it then they have the success I'm saying how how does that could stop when their quarterback is physically growing and you know he's going to get better if he doesn't get hurt and maturing as a leader that was the biggest thing that Sweeney wanted from in this all sees it is you have to mature as a vocal champion on this team and he feels like he's done that it's just it's something he would look he would have been the number one pick in history are there will be favored over Alabama yes I do believe so yes that's first time along with that came out and I will tell you to save is not happy he's not happy about the way that his team finished the year and not just because they got beaten that's how they got beat I got beaten up and he hasn't extra how can I say this will he he's has extra emphasis let's call it that what is love seasoned as it off right when everyone starts to question a little bit he loves using it was only once I mean they got throttle like and and he and Marty here to tell you that that throttling is resulting in better players in an angry players like to talk about lower is also a world class quarterback all right he had he broke every single record you could possibly break last year and failed because of injury he was hurt but none the less he is has extra motivation to they want to show everybody the bam eyeing owning how much of the decline of the lost Bama or Collinson Clemson Clemson lost five players to the NFL draft three of them in the first round the only liberal Christian Wilkins and dexter Lawrence when in the top seventeen picks in the draft now that was the biggest question that I had for Sweeney this week that being how do you feel like that unit now stacks up they feel very good about their day up there to top players coming back at the defensive line miss the spring with injury which actually gave early enrollees a lot of reps and they're happy about that that's a lot of talent to lose no man it's like the games use the bay I don't think I know what I mean if I did it honestly it's similar right what but I've never heard of of four number ones at wide receiver the closest thing I've seen is Michael Irvin Brian blades Brett Perriman like I for that's not something that I've seen a billion or next yeah I'm down on a stool will be back on ESPN radio anyone who has ever needed self storage knows what a hassle it can be you have to rent or borrow a truck and then find someone to help you move your stuff and let's face it moving furniture and heavy items without damaging them isn't easy renting the unit is worse the hidden fees an admin costs are scarier than the dingy facilities you're leaving your stuff then why not use classifieds instead cluster boxes self storage without leaving home don't pick up your belongings store them securely and bring any item back when.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"R. news now K. T. A. R. news time at seven thirty AM Taylor can up here's our top story this year's monsoon has now turned deadly the healer county sheriff's office says a fifty two year old Miami woman drowned last night with her vehicle got stuck by flash flooding in a wash north of globe the body of Katherine Kate as was found about a mile downstream Amanda was also in the car was able to make it out safely Bob Maclay KTAR news so we're now learning more about the more than four million dollars worth of cocaine and methamphetamine sees at the Yuma border last week homeland security investigation you my special agents arrested fifty one year old Ali hundred Escobar Rivera for possession of more than twenty two hundred twenty pounds of Matt and five pounds of cocaine about six hundred people are now battling the museum fire about a mile north of flagstaff no homes have been lost and a handful of people have been evacuated well several neighborhoods are still on standby for possible evacuations today governor Doug Ducey declared an emergency situation in Coconino county now let's get a check on traffic here's Bradley J. live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center order the crash remains on the I. seventeen a north bound just north of Indian school part of the H. O. V. and leveling your stop and go back from Thomas have a wreck involving a bicyclist on ash Avenue in university and one more collision Seventh Avenue in Washington traffic sponsored by liberty mutual insurance where you only pay for what you need liberty mutual insurance customize your coverage so you only pay for what you need go to liberty mutual dot com for a customized.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The buses coming to Port Authority all within a few minutes of our office it's so easy to get to us what about a man also came to me yesterday seventy two years old born in United Kingdom Great Britain he's seventy two and the well he had this trouble with his stomach twenty five years ago when he sees a stomach Dr Newsome a doctor was looking into his stomach and the man aspirated means of food went from his stomach into the log as parade and so the man had a CT scan of his chest area the CT scan he was found to have a lung cancer whoa so member had a lung cancer just because you had this trouble with his stomach twenty five years ago and he had this cancer was biopsy proven cancer of the lung called Adam carcinoma and he went to one of the biggest hospitals again one of the super pooper scooper Saint elsewhere were the most famous ones no no one so I'm going to an ex wise is all you N. X. Y. Z. other gun X. Y. Z. it is getting chemotherapy and was getting chemotherapy only for his lung cancer adenocarcinoma and he's losing weight is weight went from a hundred and fifty two hundred twenty pounds and he's losing his appetite is getting fifty seven trouble breathing and you have some pain these getting side effects from the chemo so it to someone called nor Robert C. in many many people with chemo came as a kind of poisonous stop usury very directed so goes throughout the body but often it causes damages to the nerves in the hands of the feed a special way and this rhetoric terrible pain in the hands of the feed from chemotherapy number one and number two chemotherapy is not working you just had a pet scan a couple days ago and the pet scan shows the cancer is growing and now the cancer of the lungs blocking the airway is the longest collapsed and he's not having the good breeding the used to have so he said the immuno therapy said chemotherapy so many people come to me it's a doctor leader but I heard about immuno therapy I'm getting immuno therapy well I see so many people who are getting terrible side effects and it's not working and we know from the day that the the the vast majority sad to say it doesn't work look we want treatment to work we want everyone with cancer to get better but it's so sad when people are spending ten thousand dollars a month they getting sick and getting side effects of getting the rob it's the doll from treatments chemotherapy demo therapies that are not working and this man's cancer is growing is growing on chemo it's growing on immuno therapy the long is now blocked belong is now collapsed and he comes to me with a collapsed lung with cancer growing any S. B. should be keepod taken that came up the cables not working and meanwhile the chemo doctor over there at the super duper places type all take your came out you gotta take chemo for rest your life well no you don't have to take him off the rest your life you and everyone you know or the president of United States of your body and if you don't believe it come into your office so we have a brand new presidential campaign button it's not for candidate number one or number two or number twenty two it's for you you are the president of United States of your body you are the president of your body this is the work we do and we just made a new button for you to remember that you are the president of your body and if you want the button or.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Make my comeback whites runs down to a store called Essex, these guys are like a whole foods anything you want there. They'll make I got a great club sandwich. Comes back my way I've finished the day off with a chicken pad Thai had some Snickers in between had a box of frosted flakes, about three bowls of those with I'm feeling great. It's I wake up it's time to fight back up to two hundred twenty pounds. I head over to the arena and I'm warming up and it's just Rory and I in a locker room they had separate, everybody when his, you know, where Madison Square Garden, great big arena, who were in the Knicks is locker room, which was kind of cool, and that a huge basketball guy, but there was still something cool about that. I've seen that locker room on TV number times, Rory nine there with our teams. So. We're getting a good warm up and everything's going fine. But this card is just a great card as of fan. I'm having a hard time focusing while enjoying the matches that are going on and looking forward to the main of it, which was Rory Rory versus Neiman. So earlier in the night. Erin, PICO gets knocked out and for Erin, PICO to lose anything I wouldn't give it was it was a card game. I wanted care if, if they were leg wrestling, if Erin PICO comes up short. It's a surprise for me. Twenty two years of age. Fantastic in everything, handsome guy body. Looks like he's carved out of clay work ethic. That is a thing of legend skills. Then this guy was an alternate for the United States Olympic team. But by the way when he was an alternate he lost a tied score. Four two four. The guy that went onto the didn't even outscoring four two four. Guess Frank molinar? Okay. He then is training, the w-. Wildcard boxing gym, Freddie. Roach likes him so much. He brings him in as a sparring partner for Manny. Pacquiao. This kids only eighteen years old at the time comes into Bella Tori's got all the hype around him. And of course, what happens. What happens that everybody's very I like they lay he gets kinda geeky choke it gets choked out, like fifteen seconds. It was just it was, it was hilarious. It was so bad. Okay. Well, got that first one out of the way he goes on a tear and he frankly, frankly he was on a tear in this last fight. The fight was about eight minutes in everything's going, peco's goes way. He's not standing up and trade and being quite as dangerous on his feet like he loves to do. He's been a little bit smarter in using some of that high level wrestling kinda showing a little bit of everything. It's a very good performance, but he's also win there with a very tough fighter if he just started looking down, he started telegraphing a little bit of what he was going to do is looking down. Now, I'm getting ready to shoot in the guy just jumped up with a flying knee. Put them out. It was as simple as that but it was a very stunning moment from. I'm looking at this guy does everything right lives. The live stays home at night goes to bed early gets up early hits the I mean really does everything perfect in a world or Olympic champion would do. But in this sport, it is not two, plus two to plus two does not equal.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Tell me it's gonna take a week. Well, what did Dr Liederman do diaper Liederman called up the radiologists, and he got the answer directly Hosie answer with his fans had no treatment for his them fomer, and what is cancer. Do. That's. Untreated? Well, it keeps on growing and the patient was there when I called the radiologist, and he was impressed. But that's what we do every day to get the information for the patient. So he's got copies of the scans and reports and pathology we gave a tub even though it was done. Now swear he came to us, and we gave him his reports, and we talked about all the options for them foam. And we do treat with them pharma. We treat masses of keep on growing and masses that are painful and masses that are obstructing. And we're talking to few minutes of other woman who came from Staten Island with a big mess in her groin obstructing all the blood perturbing back to our heart and our legs all swollen up. We'll talk about her just a few minutes. We're talking about patients with cancer hearing what's going on to patients about a woman who's forty six years old, and she has cancer of the bowel metastatic. She came to us last year. She had chemotherapy, which she hated shit surgery for about and chemotherapy. And her bow obstructed after the surgery, and he stopped the chemo, and she came to us with pain in the abdomen and pain in the chest and recurrence of the cancer. Hit a pet scan which showed cancer and a couple of different spots. And well, why did you come to us? Well, she doesn't want chemo and she wants to get into remission. She's two hundred twenty pounds. She's five foot four. She works. Every day should should've knowledgeable in the lung Najah on the abdomen. We treated her and noninvasive, Lee stage, four cancer and sa- question. I get.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Something that he does not really want. This is what we do every day. And we see men and women and children with cancer every day from around the world. Speaking of that, I won't speak about a sixty six year old woman, who's came with her friend. She was diagnosed two years ago with a cervix cancer should have by up. See it was localized cancer. And then she started on concoctions. Oh, boy, she started on concoctions with vitamins, Animas and coffee Animas. And the cancer just keeps on growing the cancer growing. She now has bleeding from the vagina shit an amer- is showing the cancer spreading from the uterus. Doubling in size cancer around the uterus now, pelvic lymph nodes progressive aggressive cancer on concoctions. She lost eighty pounds. She went from three hundred pounds two hundred twenty pounds. She's five foot eight most likely the cancer growing caused that weight loss. Most likely the cancer growing required energy and took away the weight from her. So this woman who had a potentially curable cancer two years ago, and it's good on concoctions which most likely will take her life because she knows metastatic cancer, and she continues on the Caucasians. I tried to tell her that concoctions don't work. They're just taking your money and your time. And this case your life. For cancer patients and concoctions don't work and the cancer grows. She went from stage one stage four so it's taking her life by her false belief in concoctions, we let talk about the real options and not cockeyed options. That may well hurt the patient..
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"It's it's his is wait like I'm five nine, you know, one eighty something. And like, I the idea that I'm big enough to play quarterback professional football is absurd and people always make like the Russell Wilson cop. Like we'll Russell Wilson short. Russell Wilson's almost two hundred twenty pounds. He's not small. He's short. There's a difference. Kyla Murray is both. And so I just worry like can a guy like that hold up like long term. And if he can't run as much as you used to, you know, at some point his career. What does that mean? I just but I was wrong about Baker Mayfield last year too. But Baker mayfield's short, but bigger. Yeah. He's a rounder zone wide thick dude. Right. Who also runs and that's also a little bit worrisome for him as well. They have to learn how to slide and they need just like Russell Wilson does the market. He's sliding can Cuyler Murray. Make all the throws and do all. Or is. He just tells you anything from what we've seen in college. Yes. You can. But I don't know. I'm I believe that Josh Rosen is the typical is a prototypical quarterback for the NFL and can be a very good when he was behind a very bad offense of line last year didn't get that much playing time. And when he he didn't really have a receiver. He didn't have receivers offensive line. Didn't have a running back besides David Johnson. I just okay. So speaking of all this speaking of like whether or not you should draft somebody. All us for an example, Nick Bosa who most people think we'll go second tonight. Nick Boese has an interesting history. He Greg he got in trouble for liking white supremacists. Social media posts right nationals, and he follows white nationalist. Okay. In some of the black reporters who covered the draft felt that Greg. Do you know who they were? Specifically, the Mike Freeman talked about it Bucky Brooks talked about it. There was others. The both Mike and Bucky both African American both really good respected reporter said that if Nick Bosa were black, and he was liking those posts that I should get this. Right. Greg read specifically what they they're suggest. Here's Mike Freeman. He says Bosa has been following white nationals accounts with some of the most violent disgraceful content. You'll see there's other disturbing things. He's done on social media. A black player who did the equivalent would see his draft stock tumble. Like Nadia comes as she's a famous, Jimmy, Jimmy dot dot dot crickets. Brian. Do you buy that? Do you think of Nick Bose's black eight drops his drafts? It's obviously a weird thing. Just because you're talking about, you know, wait house, a black guy white Nebot set that aside like whatever the equivalent is something character wise being. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I I don't think there's any question that the, you know, the lies in both stock dropping will a he's really really good. I think people are reluctant to start. Parsing people's political views, and what Bosa will say is. I'm a conservative, you know, there's never an excuse for retweeting, white nationalist of. But if you are a very conservative person and you follow political Twitter. It's possible something pops up your time. You don't realize who the sources, whatever you tweet something out of whatever I, you know, that's that's the defense that people would make the third thing is, and I think this is not to be under understated the NFL's very conservative league. Well, especially at the ownership. Yes. Yeah..
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Be happy to send you a package or you can pick it up. If you want to see the work, we do for critical structures. We treat cancers and the head the eyes years knows about the hands arms selects defeat. We have a patient now who has skin cancers on six of his ten toes. Went to one of the big hospitals in New York. They wanted to amputate six of his ten toes. He came to us. He's been treated, and he is in remission with his toes, and I could tell you. He's one of the happiest patients that we have ever. I wanna talk about a seventy year old woman. She's from Iran, she came in her son daughter, and she had multiple sclerosis. She has multiple sclerosis Sheba niveau ambulance has been a wheelchair. And she has an aide who was watching her and found a mass in the breast as a mass of the breast, and she has this cancer growing through the skin, it's bleeding. So it's a Vance cancer. Her weight is two hundred twenty pounds or height is five foot four. She's had this pleading for some time in the lower part of the breast her family her son. She wants to be treated she was by up seed biopsy. Interesting. She went to one of the super hospitals super pooper hospitals, and they buy up seed it, and then they didn't have anything to do. They sent her home to well, you know, what? And so her family heard about our work at radio surgery, New York and shows to be treated here with non invasive treatment for her advanced breast cancer without surgery without chemo. And that's the work that we do we can treat delicate patients Dow lately, but hit the cancer hired. So for someone like her who's delicate situation and not only her many people are have delicate situations their patients, but they need the cancer to be hit hard. But in a way that they can tolerate the treatment. That's what radio surgeries all about hitting the cancer hard, even indelicate patients, Muslim sector leader. Men if you wanna.
2019 NFL Draft prospects
"We're about three weeks from the NFL draft. It's been an interesting off season. If you were bears fan last season. It was interesting the bears gone out and done a lot of things this off-season than to talk about that and much much more. We bring in our guy NFL writer, Eric at home. Nice enough to jump on and Eric tonight. Everything's good. Yeah. It was just thinking these last three weeks for the drafter get a feel like any turn into here that always does every single year seems like it takes a long time here in Chicago. We've always been interested in the draft. Because usually the bears were bad a high draft pick. And now they were smart last year and traded pigs got gotta Khalil Mack. And now they've not picking until the third round unless they make a move. But I mean, I think it seems like all their other moves have been in you know, in free agency and bringing. Players in. So it's not nearly the draft excitement here in Chicago. Like, it was when just imagine if the draft was here, and it was no bears draft pick for you know, for the first day and a half down. Admit what difficult I think it would be legal to do that. The office. Like, let's about this. The bears probably will make their selection around nine o'clock. I think on Friday night. So you settle in. You know, maybe, you know, get some food get something to eat whatever it's going to be a while. I don't think they'll be moving up. They don't have a lot of picks. So yeah, it's gotta be patience is virtue for bears fans outside of kicker because kickers not real answer. When you talk about to what's the biggest need for the bears. Hang into the draft. It's a great question. You know, I think it probably, you know, I think what they did themselves. A lot of a good favor by refunding airless, you know, and just you know for a one year deal. Right. We know he's the third outside guy. But still it just eliminated one spot that you have to kinda reach four and not reach four. But you know, have to hope that somebody is at that position waiting for you in the draft. So it probably slimmed down to two maybe three or four positions. I would think running back has to be on that list. You know, I personally would like to see. Them. Get more death on the offense of line. And I think the secondary either corner or safety would be a spot they can look at and their few defensive action, the strap that I think could play, you know, cover the flight and also places safety. So there's some versatile guys in this great year for either position a corner safety, but it's deep enough where they could possibly get somebody there. So I would just, you know, spit balling kinda Dr throwing I would say those it's likely that they could be picking one of those three spots that eighty seven toys have you ever seen as I'm asking the question. I know we've all seen it. But have you? I was gonna ask you if you've seen the situation where teams running back like Jordan Howard performed relatively well and was light by many people. And but basically the head coach had no use form at this point. And that's why they ended up moving them. Yeah. I mean, obviously, totally different situation from what happened with Levy on bell. You know, those are the exceptions to the rule, but you know, it is one of those. Position where if you're not one of the elite top, you know, five or six guys in the league at your spot. You know, there's only so much teams willing to kind of sink into that dishing. I know that there have been back strapped in the top. You know, five ten picks several years, it's not gonna have this year. But it's happened. A lot in recent history or often more often than I would've expected. I know Todd Gurley got his big deal. I know other people have gotten pretty good money. That's dishing bell sign this off season. But there's a drop off, you know. And so I think if you're not special, you know, that maybe are deemed expendable depending on the system. And so you know, I can see both sides why they moved on. And I think they feel like with Mike Davis Torri Cohen, they add one more the draft. You know, maybe Ryan dollars trading Kampe preseason hero again or something like that. But you know, we'll see I think they will try to add at least one more. And then maybe an underrated free agent to add on top of that. Daryl. Patterson is. Is an interesting guy. But he's been an interesting guys come into the league. Other people have found out ways to use them and the patriots even lined him up in the backfield as a running back. Do you expect Matt Nagy to do that? Also, not only just swing passes and give them in and around and things like that. And also given the ball out of the running back position. Yeah. It's a great option. I think you know, the patriots really the first team to really unlocked at running ability. I mean like you said when he was in Oakland, you know, other places he was running those kind of gadget runs and things like that. But I mean, they line them up as a tailback and got buffalo game was it was crazy to watch. He had twenty something carries. And so, yeah, it was it was a strange thing to think about you know, a six to two hundred twenty pound receiver who could run like the wind lining up kind of power back. But he can do it. I think that really added to the appeal. He's the perfect Matt Nagy player. They'll run kick off, you know, he could be a wide receiver if you need to. I don't think he's more than. A number four. But still, you know, having that deeper out option is important. And I think that's you know, that kinda speed if Taylor Gabriel is out there, they may not have that exact replica that so it's different version of speed. And then as you said we saw last year that he can be running back, you know, in cut a break glass in case for -mergency situation. Seahawks quarterback. Russell Wilson wants a new deal. He gave the Seahawks April fifteenth as a deadline to get that deal done. Do you think he gets done in what type of deal? Do you think Russell Wilson who get from the Seahawks? So here's my hypothetical question here. Like what they let's say if April sixteenth by parents diversity, by the way. Let's. Let's say April sixteenth. They offer him. The richest TV deal of all time. You're gonna say oh sorry. The deadline. Hey, understand that this thing happened in January. We didn't really hear about it until very recently. But meeting his, you know, giving them a deadline, but you know, it just doesn't make a lot of stints. It's not a if something magical happens on that calendar day, not as some kind of contract, you know, bonus kicks in or anything else that would prevent them from getting this thing done, or if there's some kind of you know, league deadline or something like that. It's not July fifteenth and the franchise player, so it's just one of those kind of subtle threats from the from the Wilson camp saying, hey, don't forget about me, baby. You know, I still want to get my deal. I still want to get this thing done. You know, there's an opportunity for him to really cash in. And also kind of hold them hostage a little bit. I suspect it there's a good chance that gets done. But for months now there have been whispers that you know, maybe the Seahawks aren't quite prepared to pay him. What what a lot of people think he's worth it would at least entertain the idea of. What could we get you know, trade for him? Just theoretically, what would he get you know, is worth three first Thursay? We're still talking about a thirty thirty one year old guy. And there's still a handful of teams that really badly need that franchise different speaking quarterback. So I I don't know. I still think it's gonna get done 'cause that's city loves them. Even if a lot of past teammates were the biggest Russell Wilson fan. They know how much he means for the team another couple minutes with NFL writer, Eric at home and Erica week or so ago, rob gronkowski decided to retire. A lot of people on Twitter and everywhere else going, okay. The best tight end. Maybe you'll ever play the game has retired. Who's the best tight end in the NFL? Now who do you like? Yeah. I mean, that's a great question. To kinda depends what you want. So if you guys can do with grunk did which is being impact players blocker, and as receiver, you know. And and think about all the calls that were made against gronk over the years. He was kinda like the Cam Newton of the tight end position like say what that's not interference. Though, he just, you know, even with that work in Gascony was so special. I love the fact that Travis Kelsey can be as dangerous, you know, the last couple of years he's actually been a better receiver than gronk. No question about it. But he's not nearly the blocker that he is. You know, we see some of these young pass catching tight. I mean, George Kittle out in San Francisco at times has flashed like he could be the best to way tight in the league because he blocks his tail off. He's got great receiving chops. And really the only thing that's kind of held them back injuries. I don't necessarily think you can have a long career. So this might be one of those debate that we kinda have for years. I don't think there's any one guy that fills that checked off all the boxes like like gronk did. And he had injury issues too. But still when he was out there. There's really no doubt. And I don't know that that that one guy even though there are some great blockers. It's about staying receivers you rarely see both. Do you think that Jason Witten can still be productive? I don't know man this. I wanted to I know Jason Witten the player, it was outstanding. He was just so consistent day in and day. I knew what you're going to get from. He was probably, you know, he was unsexy version of gronk and that he could block and catch fast but a year off his age. I know they say they're going to come in just and all that. His feeling this thing could kind of turn south, and we could see 'cause he looked slow by the end when he was out there last time. He just wasn't the same guy. Eric, we appreciate jumping for few minutes. We'll hopefully those go to slow the next couple of weeks. We'll talk to you soon. All right. Enjoy the run up to the draft guys. Thanks. They got home jumping on talking NFL. Like Whitten wasn't good at the end. Then like fancy players, look like, wait. Hold on. Really? Like, what is she some Witten really gonna bring to the Cowboys? Here's a guy wanted to bring up to you. Because this is a guy that I thought when he got to the NFL was going to have a bigger impact than he's head and OJ Howard at the tight end. Okay. Because what we saw in college. We thought. Okay. The when this guy gets here Dowd using is just because the quarterback situation and the problems have had do you think he can still become a dominant tight end in this league? Maybe because he did it in college. And you assume that that body type in his speed is is ability to get down field. And you know, James Winstons been not very good. No. And I think a lot of people misread what Tampa Bay is doing. I don't think he's there for the long haul. I think Tampa Bay if they could find someone else to be their quarterback. They would go with that person. Yeah. So whether or not it's trying to find a quarterback in this year's draft. Or or or planning for the future? Elsewhere. But like I don't trust him as Winston do.
"two hundred twenty pounds" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"It's really just about the cow. The average American it's two hundred twenty pounds of meat amongst our sorry muff a year is so in a graphic cow is probably about five hundred pounds of edible meat. So you're talking about if you enter family had one cow in eight from that cow it if it's gonna last you about a year, and I, you know, there's interesting arguments on all sides environmental as well as humane arguments and. I agree with you. I mean, so we we agree that the the industry needs to be reformed. That's what we're trying to do. We have a lot of people who, you know, try being vegetarian and can't because they're not healthy or they're just not working for them. At a lot of those people really appreciate being able to work with us because we care a lot about how the animals raised in. I can tell you. You know, we were toying the farms were torn this the slaughterhouses were touring. We're just making sure that that experiences as good as possible given that we know that it's meet, right? So it was living animal, which is sad. But we try to make sure that that's as dignified of experience as possible in a lot of has to do with this, fundamental belief. We have which is why all of our website and all of our box, which is back to nature. This notion of nature had really good plan and we've been trying to control nature and all. Need to just go back to the way it used to be. And and things seemed to be way more in harmony in way, better and and the health outcomes for humans and the health outcomes for the end molar just just appear to be way, better absolutely agree. And I think just to go back to that point for a second. I think that's we can actually create so much change, and we are throughout the health industry, certainly. But if all of us would start with the things we agree on. And I think that's a common thing that would help across society right now, we start with the things we agree on. And I want to switch gears a little bit because I think you also have some wisdom in a different area that could really be helpful to a lot of listeners, and that's on the enterpreneurial side and life balance. And the reason I say that is because most of the people listener mom's not all of them, but most of them, and I firmly believe that moms are the hardest workers on the planet, and we're constantly nearly pretty much eat nine plates in the air at all times that it'd go only thing that comes pretty close is onto life. So it would love if you could that a minute of how you have managed if. Unbalanced. Because certainly I'm sure growing company while having three toddlers in the house has not been an easy ride all the time. No, no, definitely not. I'll give a little bit of a backstory, but I just read this article about mental strain. I don't know if you've seen this enslave or something about how the the mom, whether it's a part time mom, or or part time working mom, fulltime, working mom or a stay at home. Mom. There's this notion of mental strain, which is essentially like the strain of keeping the house going in coordinating all the different things on the calendars events like this that the other the bills those running a household, credibly hard. And a lot of that whatever reason is just given to them up, which is essentially like entrepreneurship, you're right is like all these different things you have no idea what's going to happen today. And it's like you just gotta react in the best way possible in hope for the best. So I am so couple of things one I grew up without father parents got divorced. When I was three months old on the youngest of four. So never had a dad and always I was the kid that was believed. My dad was coming home and never did. And I take my job as a father as the most important of all the roles the most important, and you know, what's happened is that's actually worked better for the business. My last company so the customer company, I was the first guy in I was the last guy to leave..