17 Burst results for "Unusal"

"unusal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"unusal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"unusal" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"unusal" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

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"unusal" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on Brains On!

"The studio is right over here. Oh cool but before we begin we need to stand in front of mazel are full length fear on the studio door. Do our power pose and say we got. This way looks like the mary occupied bob. Oh hi i'm ali ohio endre. What are you looking at yesterday. My aunt told me that i had my mom's eyebrows okay but no these are these are mine. I think she just meant your eyebrows. Look like your mom's eyebrows because you know you've got half of your genes what right but these are my mom's jeans. I borrowed these pants from her. Gosh a few years ago now but there's just so comfortable. Just keep forgetting forgetting to return them. No bob not j. e. a. n. jane's g._e. An e._e._g. Mom jeans not mom jeans yeah like the genetic material that provides the instructions to all the cells in your body. Oh right of course oh. Hey look mom's. I'm calling now. I'll put it on speaker hi mom. How are you going to come by after work. Today i picked up some new popsicles also the store and i was thinking of having them with chili for dinner. I'll stop by for sure. I love chili pop night and i love to take a look at your eyebrows eyebrows to sure honeywell. We'll see you later. Oh what a great mom well. We have to do for taping have a good day bob and you may they wanna consider stopping home before heading to your mom's don't want her to notice. You've permanently borrowed her jeans all right. I'll change into my jumpsuit so many anymore pockets to stash my popsicle sticks sure okay by bob by so so if these eyebrows are my mom's where after i get this knows you're listening to brains on from american public media. I'm molly bloom and with me. Today is andrea from from austin texas hi andrea hi molly who you wrote to us saying that you would love for us to do an episode on genetics. Hello my name is andrea named unusal the the reason why i wanna learn more genetics and deny is because they're really cool uncomplicated scientifically explain what genetics and d._n._a. Do and what's the difference into twin genetic <unk> also how does deny actually work. What does she al coconino reicher scope. What does dini stand for and so. Do you say that you look more like your mom or your dad my mom because she has brown curly hair and you also have brown curly hair yet. I do too but we're not really. Are there any traits that you're sure you got from your mom or your show. You got from your dad. Probably both my parents blue eyes <hes> well today. We are talking traits. It's and some traits have to do with the way that you look like your eye color blue brown green or gray or your hair texture curly kinky wavy straight other traits have to do how your body works like if you need glasses or so entre tastes like soap do those are all traits to and you're traits are inherited that means and you get them from your biological mother and father. They are passed down to you. That's kinda like how my parents passed down this cool mouth harp to me. I hi.

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"unusal" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"I was laughing a lot of this episode and one guy I work with the fuck. Fuck you laugh at that so much. I work at work. Hey chuckles mortuary smack that smile right off your face. Was it that cat poster. You laughed that hard at a Ga- poster work. Can you hang in there baby while I work at the Holocaust Museum e yeah that's not a place for laughter. I've been there. It's harrowing Bu- <hes> so I go on and tell about the podcast and you guys talking about the transformers and he went red-faced and and irate shouting how fucking dare they these films are amazing. Anyone talking shit about those films did a good meeting who fucking Lazy Astles shitting around doing podcasts all right. Why don't you come here and be my bottom on this video doing for you to bragging almost guarantee anyone could beat me up literally find anybody they can beat me up because they beat your bottom? They were youtube. We need clicks. I just love the notion of someone made fun of a thing I liked and now it's time for a beatdown. That'd be you know up till seventeen. Maybe yeah when you're riding high on that testosterone and you're getting fuzzy and places you weren't and you're you're also giving this this guy quite a lot. This is the eleven year old boy from the other planners. You should have known I have some empathy Andrew. Sorry and I was like wow man calmed down. It's only a film and he said No. No it's not it reminds me of my childhood. It was my favorite cartoon and this is where if that stuff I like that important to you and like being reminded of your child at it's a sacred and whatever you got to end it all man I mean what are you fucking hanging onto that. Someone can't criticize. I'm wearing a fucking shirt right now. The fucking robot turned born into a car and vice versa shut the fuck up pick. I just sits down starts crying and the curb your enthusiasm. It's just so obnoxious. My childhood visit my childhood that Shut Duff Fuck Up. Your childhood wasn't special. Nah No one's was millions of people live before you die yeah without transformers. We all watch the same piece of shit cartoons. Fuck you do the boot. The movie movie like it looks like your childhood sort of kind of actually it doesn't add on the character design is dog shit and has a bunch of great nothing but that's that's got nothing to do with your child and everybody thing you grow up with his trash or it's it's. It's it's not sacred unlike. Most of our listeners are a little younger than US and they've grown up with something like Shrek. We don't like Shrek. It doesn't mean you hand can wrong design. We're right. That's literally what opinion me all culture and art. It is inherently garbage because it's from human trash someway. I mean some of it's alright look. I just talked about like in the news about fifteen minutes ago man. Would you fucking Ben data shape. If I said unusal sock no. It's a piece of shit cartoon from the eighties and you know that going in these fucking people they're all boys by the way of course all dude. This guy went on all day slamming things as <music> owning when I was laughing my supervisor came to tell me towards the end of the day and at an ass what I done to upset this guy and I went on solemn and he pursed out laugh didn't believe that someone had taken offense to not the transformers movies. Enjoy this cube the good work. Thanks so much for reading my email mark. That's awesome. Thank you mark and wow that is pretty insane. I mean that's the thing is like even if you did love those transformers transformers cartoons from the eighties. Are those movies really that's similar if you're such a huge fucking fan of this cartoon shithead. Why are you fucking pissed off at these movies versus the failing you? They're failing you say on the show. It's okay to like a movie and it's totally fine that you like transformers but like the fact that like you're now disrupting other people because of your life for transformers..

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"unusal" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Food storage, water storage product company for operation freedom. I believe why. Because I believe they're the best in the business. The best products at the best prices. And it's interesting when you look at it at dance history in the company's history with Numana, you know, they they started off very small from their own home. And and they built it into a very very successful business, and they provide you the the food storage products. The water storage products, the the mainstay. To make your water safe. So that if something happens with supply chains, you are protected I encourage you to go to their website, new and U M A N A Numana dot com. Dan, welcome back to operate in freedom. Absolutely. So good to be here. But thank you. Well, you know, Dan, I we I made a mistake. We are in Chicago this weekend. And we did not bring any of our Numana supplies with us. And it got so crazy there yesterday with the weather. I grew up in Chicago lived in Chicago big chunk of my life. And at one point when we were trying to head out to dinner. It was sixty mile an hour winds. You could barely stand up, and it wasn't just snow, and it wasn't just sleet. It was actual slush coming horizontally. And frankly, if we would have had our Numata with us amount of foods, we would have gone back upstairs, and you know, whip something up, but instead, you know, we had a kind of soldier on. But the bottom line is whether it's a weather related event or whether it's a power grid event supply chains become disrupted in. And that's where you and your company step in yet. Dan. A tremendous number of people to this day. I believe still tell you, I don't I don't need to have storable food. And I don't have to have a means of having a safe water supply. Correct. Yeah. They do. You know? Fortunately, that is a lot of Americans. But certainly more and more people are seeing the value excessively of, you know, maybe I agree so dependent upon the quote, unquote system. Let me be a little more dependent some wisdom in that. Obviously with you mentioned a couple of things whether talking about weather, and this is a recurring theme we are watching very closely this year much closer than in years half the floods in the mid west you talk about the weird weather unusal weather patterns in America throughout the world of especially developing countries. You're talking about supply checkbook business told you this for a while, the the those links aren't as strong or deep as you think they are. And what we've seen in the mid west the weird weather effect that has a crop. Is developing and conservative situation. Certainly, certainly, certainly, well, you know, Dan, we don't think well, maybe think twice about having insurance on our cars on our health on our house. I mean, but pretty much everybody does that. But when it comes to having insurance on your food and water supplies people think they don't put it in the same category. Why is that? I don't know because maybe a policeman. We'll pull you over and send you to jail. You don't have shirt on your car? I don't know why I think part of it Dan is that in it was actually pointed out in a recent article. I wanna talk to you about zero hedge through Mark salvo where he he essentially says Americans largely have put their survival when it comes to your food and water in the hands of the government and said, okay. Well, you're going to deal with it. Well, what was the last time? The government did something effectively or efficiently. Or cost-effectively? Well, they're great article. I'm glad you said that to me or something about momentarily, but think about the last two or three four big you call crisis is or blackouts whatever you saw Houston with the hurricane there. The water there. You saw sandy hook or defaming of hurricane sandy the hurricane sandy Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans. You know, the story. I don't want to tell you that the universe is the nail had visions of government. Let's say with lackey was say that putting the very big buying Houston. That's probably the most recent the water supply. Their people were waiting in line to get a bottle of water in the government. You can even get it by the Red Cross or whatever and supplies went out efficiency. We did not say you mentioned this article about the the grid. In New York. This went out recently, the problem with the grid, and it basically freaked everybody out, but them out to the point where I thought well, what if this was long-term, let me go. Let me go something further and more direct with you. This almost got no play a major corporate media all the euro that I saw it almost got euro play on really, quote, unquote, alternative independent media. December of last year, the parliament homeland security put out a warning of very stringent warning that the power grid was all of America. It was a prime target for Paris. And that people should be prepared for the possibility of being six months without power. I want you to put those two incidences together to scare you. I didn't put out a report of the parliament homeland security did on the heels of as you saw Donald Trump with the EMP trying hard up our power grid at the same time. I'm trying to play where basically playing catch up with the rest of the world here the port for you can go look it up the of December or late November December last year. But that there's a six months without food water or healthcare out. Can you imagine what your life would be like without power for six months? Powell without in New York on the grid failed. Okay. The government done the expert on this and the the bout of disease and death that would occur if any of the Kurt would be massive. I don't have to tell you. I'm just I'm just maybe a bring your pension again. That's where we are. This is serious. And you one of the things that you've done on the internet, you really attention to Trump with the deep state the inner turmoil. That's going on with your connections. L you guys you. Think about the the hunter is become the hunted. Now what I mean is the mule reporters fail attempt to fail. The people who really put their, you know, their behind on the lives of the well, they came up short turning back on the state the magnifying glass. Everything is turning back. The state these two stores the stores really with the weather the weather the vulnerability the deep state in a form of panic and becoming a under the microscope the predictable the one word unpredictability is in all of these things what you can do for your family. You have health insurance you if you're ever going to say, well, maybe I need to be short against some possible of breakdowns the project, or what are you waiting for you buy car insurance? If you don't give a car wreck, you might as well just money just burned it up on the on your grass because it gives you nuts. Pay nothing unless you get in a wreck.

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"unusal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is announced their rescheduled tour dates which they postponed while Stevie nicks recovered from the flu the van is said to play Boston October twenty eighth in Philadelphia November third. They've also rescheduled several Canadian dates which you can find them site. They will not reschedule their New Orleans jazz festival performance as they were a replacement band for the Rolling Stones who had cancelled McTaggart heart valve replacement surgery fan who held tickets will be honored. While new tickets will also go on sale with shell Pollino, Fox News. It is five fifty three here on the tide of dodge. So we got Trump tweets coming up at eight. Oh, six this morning. The rush update coming up just after the top of the hour at six oh eight I knew the conversation about the pink moon, which Laura. Rick the rocket man to the Totta Don show, and he's up early. He is he's the riser. Hey, rick. What's going on? I normally start at six in the morning. Unusal? Okay. Okay. Just reminding done that he said he was going to Mark Horo for the one that we are going to have out. Oh, that's right. You've got a big launch page t tell us about it. Tell us about it. What time? Starts at nine o'clock in the morning trade block in the afternoon, high power rockets is going to be a great day, your weather should tell you that. Yep. Okay. Let me let me Email you in a bit and get the get all the big detail. Can we can we mentioned the details on the radio cable? Yeah. Yeah. You what do you think? Well, we got a ten thousand waiver we fly rockets size. Yep. It'll be pretty exciting for people who've never seen a amateur hierarchy event. That's exciting stuff man show, give tell us tell us where it's going to be open to the public, correct? It's open to the public. So tell us patchy pass which is in between. Dale and Rockdale about three miles south.

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"unusal" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Your listeners on the podcast during those conversations online one of the questions I was going to ask you. Is the the the subject matter across, the spectrum of host you use I mean. What what are some of them are Unusal niches other a couple of days you can mention. This sort, of? Pop as being wow that's wild There are so there are. Lots of, very Nitin like podcast and needs, audience like some of the first ones that come to mind I mean somebody might not see. My unusual but these are the first ones that will come into my mind you after unusual nieces there the podcast called black man with the. Gun, and it The via block man and it is. Really for people that love guns and about like responsible gun ownership, and I mean that is a very very neat podcasts. There's a, podcast called fish notes people fishing, and they're up in Maine Vermont dot there's podcast about gardening like it gets so specific and. Then really specific stand podcast about books at about show Campath about another podcast but I challenge my listeners to do that I've, actually had that talking with someone who was. Like yeah you know you should have a podcast, reviews other podcasts it's just to do this Yeah there is the podcast review show, that, Dave Jackson, does so there is what I guess technically. Out there that does that But yeah like You could get into. The film thing you get into. The book, thing I mean really in, for businesses, to you know and I say this to folks that. Work with, me Gentials you're dealing with, people you're not just dealing. With. People who want to know how you do what you do or what you. Do for that matter but they want to. Know who you are the who behind. The bears right so I think. A lot, of this is to remember, you said, the words so this is all about social connection engagement Is not about the mechanics of the business you're in but it's about? What are, the, people that you do business, with interested in and that contingent right yeah and I I didn't actually really connecting. More to that affect podcasting being. Social like my podcast that they started to years ago has gotten way more laid-back. Because either way back perfect then I think that you know a lot about. Can we started a business shell we're like oh it's gotta be about business but these personalities that will probably not showing our business, audience, doing, that way, more I've had, more fun with my I think my listeners have become way more engaged with, with me because of that so I think it's important to really put that third element into your show I love that, by the way I've gone through a similar transition in other kind of started out as being a a young Neo Larry King. Very straight ask a question get out of, the way and over time. I. Have loosened up a lot and it's been suggested to me by number of. Colleagues that he just put more of my Personality in at first I wasn't entirely comfortable with it after a while I could get more and more comfortable now, I've, got, a little, bit of a, sense of humor going on and it really helps on a lot of different, levels Jessica roads so good to have you the website triple w. dot interview connections dot com And, by the way she's the author of the book similarly titled interview connections how to hashtag. Iraq the podcast. From both sides of the Mike and also the author of a lot of learning tools. And featuring a free five part video series as well Jessica thanks for, the work you're doing around new media podcasting social marketing, everything so, great to have you on the show, and we'll do it again for sure Thanks so much all right All right more coming up we have Doug for us to, withstand out and be heard and behind that a surprise for. Segment four don't go away you're listening to. Small biz talk radio. Network I am. David off.

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"unusal" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"For will by felisa if she's as gay auto night it's even only far away it's sort of a can of worms on guys at nex well we now it's not dive yeah well i think casson tara have been for the last few weak link the dream to people to sit next to which is kind of crazy that they would try to vote out tessa in this episode like for people who aren't mad or lisa you should be trying to keep her around if you can surely because you know she she someone who's easier to be so i think that just shows how much control matt had that people were on that plan to vote out tests off until obviously lisa came in and blindsided him but i do think the day this was the right move and as i've said and you know even plays the idol was worse case scenario tessa goes as was the other option and they flush in idol anyway get him next time so it worked out but yeah let's look a little bit about that jury villa and how the jury's perceiving the group of people still left in the game this was a fascinating jury villa and i really encourage everyone to go out and seek it out if you haven't washed it already firstly matt coles he's pot he's the onset i think on the phone which i've never seen before even in any of the villas on the season that was crazy to me any tells her that he voted on i don't his pocket and she is just like why didn't you play it he's like it's not that simple that'd be lovely wouldn't going through that emotional roller ties van on survivor and sort of remind when that i know more more more was i chelsea layoff show in in england when i was on survivor and tate is your off time and j often tell shake i'm nevada back guide more grand nicole and so they're facing she did was body me doing so often aim pathology we met that spot as reaction on the fine what the hell regan me for me your body goes yeah what is it play it like why not and so easy obviously the the ends it would end up mets partner to a confidentiality he wasn't a side of the yeah imagine getting that cole partners on on the applying the guy and you get a coal sign hard island others won't let you now got today i with an orderly my pocket like what what choices she got your body loser yeah don't accept that coal there was so many crazy things on this jury villa one of my favorite things was that matches them the rights the beginning of every jury villa video which is what makes it also incredible and he's like matt didn't come here to make friends i'm like yeah because he already came in with a friend so that was easy and he he tells his partner that dave told him not to play the idol as we said before so that's crazy so that makes me a little bit more credit today as well that i think that was just so blinded by his friendship for dave and lisa that was his demise another thing that mad is now wrestling with on the jury the games very much going on for him because he promised dave they promised each other that they wouldn't tell the jury about their friendship and he didn't tell them in the jury video but it seems a little bit open ended do you think this is something that matt will tell the jury absolutely thinking stalled the jury did you say even is joe jury villa actually it wasn't a jury villa exit interview with radio unusal managed to catch is a guy on a reply where like the common tighter i think i'm still from the rice is today say were did you now that i've met and she said i only went i got the jury villa size ns she said.

"unusal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"He let go of mr byrne bergdahl a trader you're right he brought him back and gave up four channels for that guy for terrorist generals so you know it's kind of hard to argue that the mr trump is doing anything bad because the people here letting go are the people that the democrats shouldn't have turned on in the first place they dated all out of policy or politics i don't know how the heck do you say that they're doing anything good and shut out the president obama thanks for making america racist again a nice day in massachusetts richard rodgers on twitter writing in all presidents have used the pardon power get over it when it comes to president obama's pardons over the course of his eight years two hundred and twelve pardons was the number of pardons that he made commuted a maybe more than that in terms of commuting sentences george w bush below that with one hundred and eighty nine pardons george hw bush with seventy four pardons president trump so far into his presidency with just a handful so far dennis rochester new york democrat go ahead yeah i would agree that with anyone who is saying that his recent part is our player message to the mueller investigation that you know if anything comes out of it we'll just pardon him so what's the point to brian in woodbridge virginia independent brian go ahead are not really this year the imperial president some president being unconstitutionally above the law is really what the real issue the president can pardon rebbe wants to was unusal his dad year usually wait till the end of the term but so he decided to do at the beginning this time but that stated by guliani what about brian sorry statement that the president can't be subpoenaed in and or be held accountable for his actions of high crimes and misdemeanors that's not supported by the constitution at all the constitution the spirit of the constitution is that the you can't be half petty things but for high crimes and this is like espionage and obstruction of justice it's not collusion events what he did linnea about people foreign governments and domestic politics that's espionage and no one is above the law not even the president he's accountable to the people just like everybody else and so he.

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"unusal" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"A one point five tickets to the gulf show going out then so i got yoked up by guy you're hooked up we spent so much time talking last week about the shootings in parkland florida every day uh something comes out of there that joost the drives you further and further up the wall and of course has got its effect on the teachers ah one teacher uh timothy lockheed cherry hill was suspended uh a cheerio eased because he was basically talking about his concerns about security during one of his class as well i think they have every right to be concerned especially when you hear about you know what's going on uh in parkland uh and basically a the cowards rowing county three deputies from the broward county sheriff's office remained outside the freshman building of larger restored of douglas high and farc when florida during one of the deadly shooting scour the county this according to law enforcement sources confirmed at nbc news while they remained outside his currently unclear experts say it's highly unusual for police officer to stay on the sidelines of an active shooting and not try to neutralise the threat now the lawyer for scott peterson the deputy assigned unusal said that he stayed outside because he thought the shooter was outside this is what they are actually going to go to court with and say so the story continues to change everyone's blaming gun control was the reason for the school shooting embark on the florida those that aren't blaming the guns are now believe mental health issues so now we could add incompetence to the list that along with incompetence we could also weird cowardice to the list because we now know that at least worn arm school resource officer state outside the school while students were being murdered inside editorial teach you get suspended because he wants to know hey a we okay going to school are we protected here cherry hill he's ever this they suspend the busy disgusted with the students that's ridiculous the stoughton i mean you you you as a teacher they have every right to ask you want to know you have no answers so what are we supposed to say i'm not at liberty to say as gotta make a good as derby to feel good but this thing that went on in parkland is just not only wither tips from several people including a family friend who dulled the police.

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"unusal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of the top questions they always ask you is about marital relationships do you know the person have any trouble in their marriage it was there any incidents of violence with domestic violence these are things right at the top of the list that get to the character of the person uh who is applying for a security clearance i don't know how this was either not known or if there was known it was covered up this thing was bought from the beginning but it feeds into the narrative of course of the left of of total chaos of uh uh you're not caring about things that are really important like domestic violence uh people are attacking sarah huckabee sanders now uh as being not credible when she talks about the domestic violence with violence against women so this is all part of the pile on that of course never happened to the bill clinton administration uh well it's joe sex it's a private matter between the president and his wife and uh and monica lewinsky and all of this so there's all these the double standard is our friend chris plante always says if the left didn't have a doublestandard they wouldn't have any standards at all i am a needs me discern for a number of reasons one is unusal ashington story in that one of the key players involved with oversight of how the white house handled all of this is widely believed or at least personally by needs to be a moral man john kelly so when john kelly comes out initiate statements of support for the guy and now there's like conflicting timelines from the fbi it this is sort of a complicated story in the sense that we can't just sort of reflexively look at and say oh this is just washington people just doing things for political expedience john kelly is not a washington guy no i know where you're have report further creek array of the fbi director who worked out his own time wind yesterday three different report to the white house early in by the second wanted had to have this business about allegations serve at rob porter uh beat two of his exwives i mean again that's at the top of the list you don't you don't start with awarded you go to school and company about your parents you you get into these behavioral issues because they get to the heart of the character of an individual.

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"unusal" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on Minority Korner

"And they say that it we might actually even carry a gene that makes us on sensitive to that so uh sidebar black folks check your blood pressure on the rag now than when i went to a who what you're gonna say ages league i in i'm sure you're going to go into this but it just as lake ironic that wind black people had this gene and then to fucking food deserts yes we will talk about that would've had enough food deserted it became hearing about that right and so then i like these i read some heartbreaking statistics were talked about obesity and overweight and the thing about it is it's at lake cigarettes are not the number one killer heart diseases right so it's like holy fuck and the whole thing that i realised for metering the whole thirty is a lot of it is about realising there are unhealthy relationship with food and a lot of it is through how we've grown up and and we told her body not to smoke and his huge campaigns about that we really need to start looking in to our food and what we're putting into our body healthy fizz this is your vehicle ramp to do all the great an amazing things that you were meant to do right and i think that it's purposely done that black and latino folks have our app some of the or do not have the greatest access to food which we talked about in a moment to right so african americans on seventy neka yeah hold on to something what uh this break seventy five percent of african americans aligarh obese are overweight seventy five per cent now let's compared to now seventy seven percent of all i know sway compared with sixty seven point two percent of whites adult angry miami's over average so yet that already is like everybody not doing you well what about iceland unusal they're not really on these lists and either doing really well i don't know they weren't on the ob no one was really track in them rather.

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"unusal" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Of family earning seventy five thousand dollars a year would see its marginal rate fall from fifteen to twelve percent but democrats point out that most of the personal tax cuts would expire by 20 25 who resort worked from software as pakistan were there has been a suicide attack on a church there are fatalities early reports differ on how many in southern california mandatory evacuations around a couple of trials near santa barbara because of the socalled thomas fire stove still burning after a dozen basin destruction of seven hundred structuring comic fire is that two hundred and can seven thousand five hundred acre and forty percent contain there's more than eight thousand firefighters battling the lines of the fire shellfire information officer wounded wound to unusal see why anatoxina the san francisco bay coal have led authorities to close the popular area to swimmers for the weekend officials trying to determine the reason for the aggressive behaviour maritime national historic park spokesman lin of and they're not small bite there it is significant bite that had those concerned because we are concerned we're going to close at celtic park quotas summating uh as of now until monday allegations of sexual misconduct have disrupted another political careers turned democratic congress on rubin keno nevada who is at the centre of sexual harassment allegations says he won't seek reelection is announcement comes after the house ethics committee open an investigation key when was considered a rising star on the democratic party by people like former senator harry reid's in congress rubin them stand up to republicans great good paying jobs and protect sauces kerry aerobic came when i approve this ad q denies doing anything wrong it says he looks forward to clearing his name but didn't want to become a distraction sam litzinger cbs.

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"unusal" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"To talk about the hot issues of the day expect more from wbal newsradio 1090 and and the wbal app above isn't espn the magazine story about the older of the houston texas does abe is bob mcnary seven unusal apparently he's been very well liked by the players until now if you're a v2 you put according to is still the magazine the older of the texans made the comment that the inmates should not run the prison and st louis made after other owners in october 18th meeting talked of business concerns that's what about context they were talking of business concerns surrounding the anthem protests that this meeting of tober 18 occurred a day after several owners and players had met to discuss social reform after the oldest finished talking the nfl's executive that was in the room troy vincent he's a former player member of member able to eagle's nfl executive troy vincent said he was offended by victorious characterization of players as as inmates this is a those years of playing in the nfl during which he said he had been called every day he never felt like it emmett but problems with the players the houston tech since medieval but let's the story got out there and since then mr mcnair has apologized for the play twice twice apologised is they decided to take a knee during the day at lytham at at the gate to try to show you know some some a big upset with their oda is context context in statement the context was they were talking about the concerns of the financial impact of the eighth them protests and the combat goes to the people that are being paid should not be running the people who are doing the pay that's what the inmate running the prisoners now was it up the could have been a porch race was but that's that everything to me is karadzic they were he was trying to make the point that date the owners should be dictating what happens not the people who are getting the paychex not the people who are getting pay that the prisoners run in the president plus get jeff it here jeff your wbal what are your thoughts well first though seventy nine israel i don't care how much it when you're looking at age you own words has earned their i said sometimes day inmate where.

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"unusal" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on WTMA

"On and he's a terrorist a and bernie sanders guy visit bernis office met with bernie staffers said bernie oliver's facebook page volunteered for the birdie campaign asked if those republican members of congress before he went and got his gun and came back planning on murdering as many members of congress republicans as he could uh that was the terrorist act there but but if you watched the news media you'd think that the first act of political violence ever in america happened last saturday in charlottesville virginia and you'd be wrong about that all the beatings of trump supporters by violent mobs across the country during the campaign that's that's all that's all been wiped off the chalkboard their clean slate for the left they don't they don't do any of that stuff right it's an amazing thing so uh now these internet companies are saying that they are going to so and again you got these black bandanna people at berkeley trampling free speech and reckon the place and all that good stuff and christine romans on cnn this morning at five fifty nine a m mm was going back and forth talking about how silicon valley is now gonna crack down and what they deemed to be hate speech and the defender of the first amendment is entirely in favour of more policing of speech with which she disagrees because there was a murder and there was an a terrible act of domestic terrorism like the others that i just mentioned and but now it's time to crack down and here comes the left they're coming for your rights silicon valley and signing a backlash against young ethnic group bali removing them from their services went hosting services and platforms companies like twitter spotify facebook and security firm cloud fair exciting policy of isolation to ban hake with for example the wet house go daddy dumped indianapolis over to thank the story about the shallots cell victim krakow shall how far there now now wellington golf to police hate each tech companies have also been working to remove violent poppa ganda from terrace on five so fast because there's been a lot of criticism that the oxygen for terrace the athens for athens is the internet may unusal questions online and.

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"unusal" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

AM 1260 The Answer

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

"Forecast an am twelve sixty sir high pressure in control will have mainly clear skies overnight falling to a low of seventy two mostly sunny on sunday rising to a high of eighty nine degrees partly cloudy sunday night a low of seventy four than it will turn cuban on monday hey blend of clouds and sunshine could see a shower or thunderstorm late in the afternoon will rise all the way to a high of ninety with the accu weather forecast i'm meteorologist charles andrews dedicated to the survival of american democracy in an increasingly dangerous world this secure freedom radio with frank gaffney acted as assistant secretary of defense for international security policy under president ronald reagan founder and president of federal prosecutor working to de seen the go to man for defense and foreign policy issues joined by the greatest minds innocent curie battlefied of the special forces in the war of ideas affect your freedom radio with frank garrity welcome to secure freedom radio this is frank gaffney your host and guide for what i think of his new tillage it's briefing on the war for the free world i have come to know and greatly admire a man who is in the thick of it on capitol hill at the moment he is representative jody hikes he reppas since the people of the tenth district of georgia with great distinction he serves as the vice chairman of the subcommittee on government operations of the house oversight and government reform committee unusal so member of the house committee on natural resources he's involved in more congressional caucuses than you can literally shy take a stick at a very busy following its so greatly appreciated that he's taking some time with us congressman you're one of the few members i know who have among your other distinctions a past ruled doctorate does so i i know you've been ministering to a lot of us for a long time and thank you very much for.

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"unusal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"unusal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"You don't have to change your app zell will start working in that app each bank can still have its on payment app but someone using the citibank abc can use sell to send payment to somebody using the bank of america app and it will happen instantly so the advantages here are that you get instant transactions and it works within the payment after using unless you're using the popular ones right pay powell vinod cetera anyone can use l by signing up if you're like i don't have a bank that uses zell you can sign up for clear exchange digital payments network unusal and i think that's where it's going to have a problem if you use your banks app for payments this is perfect right it doesn't require you to install anything but how many of us do that i you know i pay a lot of my bills through my bank pay bills sure but this is payments to payment person to person payments yeah i just really do it between a husband and i primarily for her for accounts we don't share paying into example on and we if it it's a pain can sometimes we have to use a c h and that cost like three dollars or we have to send a lot of money over square cachin and that takes time not instant so this sounds like actually it pretty good solution for that yeah and i'm not damning it out of the gate but a you know i think it's smart for them to integrated into the apps you already have i would also put out as el app.

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