21 Burst results for "eighty one day"

Sleeping (MM #3497)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Sleeping (MM #3497)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation always tell you a practice makes perfect. So I've been practicing sleeping six to eight hours a night probably for my entire life saw, no better at it. Now than what I used to be. I kind of joke both my wife and I have had sleeping problems this last week. I don't know partly. It's the weather outside. Our weather can be eighty one day and sixty the next so it gets cold in the middle of night. So you don't have the right number. It's you don't have enough blankets give too many blankets. You sweat one night you get too cold the next night. I don't care what you do with the thermostat because you can leave the air conditioning on a 64 in the winter and 64 in the summer are two different fields, but it's amazing it just as the body gets older as you get older. You want more sleep you crave more sleep. You're supposed to have more sleep, but your body won't allow you to have sleep. I can have a night where I can sleep for eight solid hours. No problem. I go to bed sleep and wake up the next morning refreshed the next night. I toss I turn I can't get my legs comfortable. I can't get my back comfortable. My pillows not right. It's kind of amazing that from one night to the next. You just don't sleep. Well, I guess that's everybody but practice in this case does not make perfect choice.

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Sleeping (MM #3497)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Sleeping (MM #3497)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation always tell you a practice makes perfect. So I've been practicing sleeping six to eight hours a night probably for my entire life saw, no better at it. Now than what I used to be. I kind of joke both my wife and I have had sleeping problems this last week. I don't know partly. It's the weather outside. Our weather can be eighty one day and sixty the next so it gets cold in the middle of night. So you don't have the right number. It's you don't have enough blankets give too many blankets. You sweat one night you get too cold the next night. I don't care what you do with the thermostat because you can leave the air conditioning on a 64 in the winter and 64 in the summer are two different fields, but it's amazing it just as the body gets older as you get older. You want more sleep you crave more sleep. You're supposed to have more sleep, but your body won't allow you to have sleep. I can have a night where I can sleep for eight solid hours. No problem. I go to bed sleep and wake up the next morning refreshed the next night. I toss I turn I can't get my legs comfortable. I can't get my back comfortable. My pillows not right. It's kind of amazing that from one night to the next. You just don't sleep. Well, I guess that's everybody but practice in this case does not make perfect choice.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Traders took to the streets one night after ray shard Brooks a twenty seven year old black man was fatally shot by a police officer mayor Keisha lance bottoms said she did not think the use of force was justified the officer who fired the shot has been fired the city's police chief is out chief shields has offered to immediately step aside as police chief so that the city may move forward with urgency in rebuilding the trust so desperately needed police said Brooks failed a sobriety test in a Wendy's parking lot began to run from officers when he grabbed one of their tasers an investigation into the shooting continues there's also an ongoing probe into the hanging deaths of two black men in California police into southern California cities are now investigating cases of black men found hanging from trees the first was in the city of Victorville in late may the latest last week in Palmdale in both cases police say they think they were suicides with the family say they don't believe that now further investigations are under way to figure out how the man died Alex stone ABC news protests have continued throughout the country in Nashville they are the number one over three hundred eighty one days we can do it too coronavirus cases are on the rise in several areas including Texas were Houston health expert Dr David Percy says his colleagues are noticing a shift the numbers are growing the house's Asians are growing the average age I'm hearing anecdotally we don't have a data base to go to but from conversations with my colleagues in the hospitals the average age of the person is being admitted is getting younger and that makes sense to me president trump thanked members of the armed forces of help the coronavirus fight as he spoke at the.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on KOMO

"To talk about the automotive industry and Tom woman he's an independent analyst and investor you can read the majority of his stuff at seeking alpha or the St Anton NTSB had some reporting on Tesla this week which was pretty shocking yes of the NTSB the national traffic safety board which investigate accidents involving euro cars and airplanes and so forth they basically haven't been but they've been investigating accidents that involved Tesla's use of auto pilot and so called full self driving technology which isn't actually full self driving but the call of that anyway and dad didn't specifically investigated for such accidents that have taken place over the last couple years and Daddy explained how these investigations take place daily they ask the automaker some questions and then eventually they tell the automakers that you've done this or that wrong you have to fix this because you know what you're doing isn't right and an automaker has ninety days to respond to the NTSB and it's a well oiled automakers always respond within ninety days and follow their directives except one and that one company's cash flow which should make that thing out have yet to even risk requires both receivers for response for and it's been as of at the time of their press conference which was held a few days ago they said it was now gone eight hundred and eighty one days and no work from from Tesla so they were very dismayed by the fact that and yet he was simply not responding to their comments all right it's a Tesla have a bit of a specially eagle mascot tests are also have a bit of a reputation for disobeying and going against the grain with the government is there any penalty for them not responding so far the answer appears to be normal it was mysteriously missing really from that press conference any word on alright you've talked to told us now that the company is simply not in compliance that they have gone almost essentially ten times as long as they are allowed to at the storage resting these concerns and what have you done about it and unless I completely missed something the answer is they haven't done anything about it and there are there any recites a big part of the mystery I mean that is it okay if everybody just go there that end up getting worse these people what what is that to stimulate anybody else to the reporting of test that doesn't bother why should weigh my why should anybody else start reporting if Tessa compu all the to do it well there that's the big question now I mean everybody every company normally says that if you get a a letter from accord three three or four letter government agency of some sort you'd better respond in kind at the end of the day you may have a disagreement about the conclusion or anything like that and then you what is yours this agreement accordingly but at least you respond and and this case does such responses to it we are told appear to be simply missing and this is a very very big mystery that you have to wonder why is no action being taken to essentially compelled the company to respond and and I really don't have that answer for you okay well Tesla getting away with it looks like all the good news for them the model Y. deliveries begin probably around March thirteenth that's right so the model I was introduced on the English mark fourteen a year ago at twenty nineteen and the company is on track to make the first delivery just under the one year mark we stop you right there we gonna carry on in just a moment but let's take a quick break here on our order expert if you want to hear the whole interview it's going to be on our auto expert dot.

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The Holocaust diary that lay unread for 70 years

This Day in History Class

04:01 min | 1 year ago

The Holocaust diary that lay unread for 70 years

"Arranged rain. Yes Beagle was living in Poland months before the outbreak of World War Two when she wrote the first entry in her now published diary. Spiegel died the Holocaust but her diary has since shed light on her life. Under Soviet and Nazi Rule Spiegel was born village in Poland in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Her parents points were Russa and Bernard Spiegel and she had a younger sister named Arianna in nineteen. Thirty eight Arianna a child. Actress went to live in Warsaw with Russia in pursuit of her career Iran. Yeah went to live with her grandparents in Shimmer a town in Poland. Ariana went back to Shimmer. Show that summer returning turning without her mother on January thirty first nineteen thirty nine when she was fifteen years old Spiegel began writing in her diary in her first diary diary. Entry Spiegel wrote the following in part. Why did I decide to start a diary today? Has something important happened. Have I discovered that my friends are keeping diaries of their own own. No I just want a friend somebody I can talk to about my everyday worries. Enjoys somebody who will feel what I feel. Believe what I say. Never reveal we all my secrets. No human being could ever be that kind of friend. She wrote about how her life used to be in Warsaw. How she missed her mother and how she felt like she had no real home? She also wrote about her school in classmates. As the start of World War Two loomed Spiegel continue to write in her diary about her friends. Friends family boys sadness nostalgia in war. She also wrote poems. Andrew in the diary but by September of Nineteen thirty nine Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union occupied Poland and the country was divided between the two invaders with the Nazis. In the west and the Soviets in the East Rusell was stuck in Nazi controlled territory while arena and Arianna were on the Soviet side. The two children and their grandfather left town while their grandmother stayed behind their father disappeared during the war and was presumed killed as World War. Two steadily intensified Spiegel kept attending school in Schimmel and fell in love with a boy named Zygmunt Sparser in one thousand nine hundred eighty one days after her first kiss with sparser the the Third Reich declared war on the Soviet Union arena and other Jewish people begin. Having to wear a white armband with a Blue Star of David on it the Germans Hans began establishing ghettos in Poland in July nineteen forty two s the Nazis murder thousands of Jewish Polish people. They set up a sealed ghetto commercial arena and her friends and relatives were ordered to stay in the ghetto. Zygmunt who was working with the local resistance managed to get a and Arianna out of the ghetto he set arena and his parents up in the attic of a house where his uncle lived. He took Arianna to a friend's father and he took over arenas his diary writing about his efforts to save his girlfriend and family. The Nazis executed arena farceurs parents on July thirtieth nineteen forty two to when they found the attic hiding spot arena was only eighteen years old when she was killed sparser wrote the last words in the diary he. He wrote about the execution of Iranian and his parents expressing his anguish at their deaths survived the Holocaust and eventually pass the diary to roots and Arianna Oriana now named Elizabeth Belic the two women had fled to the US after World War Two. The nearly seven hundred page diary stayed in a safe deposit posit box in New York City for more than forty years. It was published in Polish in twenty sixteen and in two thousand nineteen. The first full English translation of the diary was published. The diary is noted. As a unique and well-written personal account of everyday life under Soviet and Nazi occupation in Poland.

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Sonos Trade In Program Described As 'Environmental Vandalism'

TechStuff

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Sonos Trade In Program Described As 'Environmental Vandalism'

"Has a trade up program that gives existing sonos users a thirty percent credit toward a new sonos device if those users users activate what is called recycle mode on their older sonos device now recycle mode starts a countdown clock. It's a twenty eighty one day countdown and at the end of that Sonos puts the device on a blacklist so that it is bricked meaning. You can't use it at all. It will not work it is ineffective and also means that you can't give away or sell it or at least you can't do so ethically because you just be handing over what amounts to being a a giant paperweight with a lot of the circuit boards and wires in it so really. The only options are to try and hack the speakers which which isn't really an option. Most people would feel comfortable trying to tackle and would probably have limited use anyway or you could send the speaker to an e waste recycling facility or you just throw the darn thing away. That's not a great option it adds e-waste. UAC's bad stuff and recycling while better than throwing stuff out isn't As environmentally friendly as reusing stuff. If you've ever heard reduce reuse recycle well it's in that order of preference you want to reduce the amount of waste waist you generate you want to reuse stuff as much as you can the stuff you can't reuse recycle the stuff you can't reuse or recycle then you can and throw away but even that is you know not great so Wilson's point. Was that Sosas program actually incentivizes creating creating waste. It encourages people to brick their old device in order to get this thirty percent credit toward their next purchase and it makes those old old devices useless to anyone and sure they. These people might go and recycle their old sonos speakers but as nice option as as to keep the equipment in working order so that someone else can actually make use of it rather than for it to just go to waste. Critics have said this really isn't about belt reducing waste it's about sonos limiting the viability of a secondary market. Because Sonos doesn't make money off of someone selling off an old pair era of speakers or anything like that. The company has a financial incentive to discourage aftermarket sales and create pathways for people to buy directly from Sonos or from retailers who are carrying sonos speakers so the criticism states that. This is a devious way for Sonos to play the environmentally conscious card. Hard to make it look like. They're being ECO friendly while actually they're taking aim at a market that can undercut their own revenues that being the resale L. Market we've seen this with other properties as well other types of gadgets and electronics as well as video games this idea of getting rid of that resale market in order or to create the incentive for people to go out and buy new copies as opposed to US copies or used devices in this

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"eighty one day" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In the show you there was a reason I picked this story you guys because I had a situation of blockages wealth this week sewage block you know one and I finally went dead I took care of business well I took care of business by calling Larry in the mail. well your body did but at Larry's always the go to guy I if if there's a if there's a situation I know you do the same right Alan you give me a buzz and I I have jangled his phone more than once recently absolutely so while I Larry I guess a lot of people been jangling the phone this week what's going on at all gosh it is been like incredibly busy yeah one ninety eight in September yeah I mean I can't remember all of September this hot now this guy I mean usually this is July and August whether or not the end of September whether but you know it is what it is I mean we've been extremely busy we've been you know obviously blessed with with a lot of business but a lot of folks have been suffering and you know it was a hundred degrees yeah so I mean that's the first time it's got a hundred and three years right yeah in September so it's kinda while but but anyway I will listen I got some special so your for oaks and I know all private air conditioned seasons caught over with I don't know it's getting close but they say that if you're want to get your furnace turned up you need to take advantage of this special the specials because I can promise yeah it's gonna get cold and it's gonna go from like eighty one day to like fifty the next that you're gonna nature furnace.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Birthday bash at great American ball park I was there with my wife I was there with my son I will admit I had no idea what to expect I gearing darn tia the Reds had no idea what to expect on the tickets were free they had to be claimed on the M. L. B. the the ball park apps on your phone and it was what you would expect out of the Cincinnati Reds it was first class it was top notch it was in baseball per lancer a grand slam it was an open house come one come all free come durable perk go anywhere you want going the dugouts go in the bull pens go in the press box upstairs downstairs off day for the players precious commodity for a Major League Baseball player one hundred and eighty one day season to my knowledge all the Reds players were there concessions for half price you know how big a buzz word concessions are when it comes to fans Reds invited anyone free of charge half price concessions players in the house photos Bronson Arroyo concert that was on the odd off today behind the first base side overboard they do with football field yes if you watch Joey Votto pitch with footballs to the kids and their Dietrich priceless priceless three concerts Phillip Phillips XM bass centers three doors down is it got dark the crowd in attendance all had their phones out with the flashlights lighting up it was a really cool see two things stood out to me then I heard throughout the night one I thought was really cool the number of people who were at great American ball park for the first time for whatever reason had never been there before maybe was the cost of tickets cost to go may maybe they thought they could afford it maybe they didn't want to go it was free it was a Friday night you know what else I heard a lot of this man I can't believe this was free tonight exactly what it was if I'm rob Manfred broadband pretty smart and there's times I I honestly I I wonder don't mean it as a shot but I do wonder if I'm rob Manford the memo has gone out to the other twenty nine teams Hey you need to take a look at what the Reds there on Friday night and we as a game need to consider that in maybe that's thirty individual dates where an open house is held by each major league team maybe it's all the same day I don't know if it's feasible that on the Friday that the all star game with that second half which traditionally start if you could say that that like this coming Friday in the future Major League Baseball will hold open house day come one come all come to our ball parks it's free our players are there they're gonna take pictures with you they're going to smile they're gonna pitch will football batting practice to your kids there's going to be like a performance is it's not going to cost a dime of the concessions are going to be half price enjoy our product now I did prior to be a tough ask for the team that hosts the all star game on Tuesday to then turn around and and on top of that having planned out their open house on Friday but man I I could see it what what better way to kick off the second half of the season and the and the summer by saying baseball returns this weekend Friday is the kick off with open house twenty twenty around Major League Baseball in all thirty teams do with the Reds did I as I always say in Sir now what would be the down side of that maybe you do leave it up to them Hey once the schedule comes out you clearly have to work with Major League Baseball the scheduling that they control the the off days maybe it's a Monday I I think Friday begin the second half of the season would be tremendous because you've got you've got that moment I'm from the all star game and you're getting back to baseball and is is the game gets back to baseball join us for the second half if you were there I would be curious I've one two three four hi five lines open if you were there on Friday night what did you think of what the rates there the execution of it I'd be curious let's go to the phones got a couple of different things brewing keep in mind also what what what was one of the story lines we said in this offseason your way the Reds were going to close the gap in the central remember they finish twenty eight and a half games back of the brewers last year twenty eight and a half but they were going to be able to make up twenty eight a half games no team in one season is going to flip it like that so we said the only way it could really possibly happen if the top of the division came back to the pack in the Reds rose up to the pack and that's taken place the top of the division has really come back to the pack in the Reds have bumped up in terms of games difference between the top it don't get caught up on I I I losing record I get that does it matter to you if they win the division was seventy nine wins eighty nine wins are ninety nine wins out it obviously would set up the best team for the best chance to win this World Series I get that don't sweat the details there only four and a half games out if they lose if they were to win this division with a five hundred record would anybody well now I take that back I was gonna say would anybody call sports talking a blade of course they would but you know what I want to get into the bigger picture here and always remember this you don't pick the year you contend the baseball gods pick you you can do all the planning you want you can step strategically with with the additions to the roster in the in the way the contracts are set up in who you've got it in a walk here may be driven by some motivation you'll can do all the planning of the world you can't pick your here the baseball gods are in charge of that does it mean this is gonna be the red deer I have no idea I just know is we had the second half of the season say it with me they're in it with the shot go back to the phones five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. I'm gonna leave one line open I'm going to leave a a red rock in one fifty birthday bash slide open if somebody was there on Friday nights for your thought see we can match up on what took place let's head here how about Jay said on seven hundred WLW would you say Jay every one of them very well thanks for calling lance orienteering optimism at all he beats I just look at it this way it's as simple as it beats the alternative absolutely I mean were Cincinnati fans well I think we all have that cautious optimism every single year well I don't know the same has taken yes I mean man holy cow yeah you think you you're down in the somebody is taking the growing sometimes and other times you're you're like walking on cloud nine go this is the greatest thing in the world that you fall off back while we we but we're not like about this team it reminds me of the nine in nineteen of course that's a great record yes I love how young we put reasons this team like breaking dawn does they're taking on his characteristics and you see that I love each about love the chemistry thing but the thing that excites me the most the staff they're gonna even now I mean that run differential marketing is not there about a record when you need your schedule to calm the lands I believe this is it really set up for short series I mean you we can't deal Sonny from there you might get Sonny right now we can get Alex swerved to even look at we're like you will before you got home I mean that's three cy young type pictures that you could run out there alone no question no grass again yeah in fact I I I had written down during the break I'd written that the note don't worry don't get caught up in how many wins they have for about five hundred you get into a series with this staff good luck to the two can you imagine the team that maybe wins ninety seven let's just say the Reds when the door they're able to win the division with eighty two winter can you imagine thinking holy crap we got to see you in the morning Sonny gray in game two yeah like if they stay in plan right and yes there's only once the plane you guys absolutely Hey I enjoy this Jason thank you thank you have a great night keep in mind too I mean one of the ice and start of the year two all stars in their pictures two all stars and they're both from the pitching staff by the way both acquired in a trade by Dick Williams to put a cap I'm wearing one tonight they trade Dan straight away after a really good season we love the Reds in innings pitched that year the flip danced really to get Louise could steal the flip shed long and get Sonny gray it by the way that Sonny gray extension three more years after they say ten million a year in these economics great deal and and option for twenty twenty twenty two and one two two seven option for twenty twenty three at twelve million dollars think of the different and I've said this before understand Sonny gray was a lost cause he he he was a a ball lost in high weeds a year ago at this time the eighties did know what to do with him they knew this they don't want anything to do with him they took him out of the rotation eventually and really he he was not in their plans and yet the Reds grab him with Derrick Johnson his confidence resurfaces and you've got an all star pitcher and you've got a minute yeah under your control full full four years I don't know I didn't look this up how many teams in baseball have multiple starting pitchers on the all star team I don't know I I I'm just saying this off the top of my head I I came to think quickly enough to figure out if there's any by the Dodgers astro is someone but I am not a concerted there's three or four five the Reds have two all stars and they both come from the.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"You can save that t- bad and byles. Into bio season. Sable. Of course in bios. Why didn't I think of that? I was focused on windows. You're right if he goes into setup there. There will be almost certainly a way to disable that track pet. Of course. What was I thinking? Thank you. Yeah. No problem. I mean Texas last year, but I lived in California, and I was maybe seventy times that year I would go to use him eighty one day we were camping and I got up early in the morning got into Merced river to take a picture. Oh, down down in what? Wallman. Yeah. And the last that was supposed to be studied wasn't my cell in. Oh, no. So that was the one d Mark that was just the one. Oh man. That's an expensive camera to get wet. It is weather proof to survive. Well, yeah. And did bad weather proof doesn't mean waterproof, of course. No. Yeah. After I fell in. I got a picture, and it was all the there was able to clean it up in post. Okay. Okay. That then it just was working and Senate felon. I got I took pictures that you, somebody no problem. So I got back Senate to Canada, and they wanted to fix it for eighteen hundred dollars. Well, okay, what do I wanna do? Eighteen hundred dollars fixes or EV another two grand or three Graham. Whatever was Mark, too. Yeah. The Mark two's, like fifty five hundred bucks. So, yeah, yeah, they give me for the lands. And the camera I got thirty six hundred dollars. Nice. So they Mark one. Are you a professional photographer? No. That's a pretty pretty fancy kid. For amateur. That's nice. That's a state of the art camera there. I've been retired for almost ten years now and I travel all around. I love that camera. Yeah. Me too. So I'm chairman the sentinel knocking to go into any water or anything, but I like to have a backup camera. Kinda do I have the one five Mark three. Okay. And then I have to one, and then I have the one d Mark free. So the nice the advantage of all of this is that the lens is the canon lenses that you use work on all three bodies, right? Yeah. Now I like I like full frame. Though. I just keep the cameras I have, or it'll cost me eighteen hundred dollars to fix the fix the one d and what's wrong with what's wrong with it? Oh for. Via autofocus just quit working. Probably. I mean that sounds like an electronic failure, although there is a censor, but I would bet it's that some circuit board got fried. And you know. Yeah. You're lenses are your investment, your classes, your investment. And if you really love that camera. I'm they marked two is better in many ways Akash. I'd I would fix it. If it were me, I would fix it. Okay. But, but it's you know it's your money, but I think it's worth fixing. It's that's a pro grade. Very high grade camera. The Mark to has additional features depends, how serious you are. You have a pretty good set there. See my problem is I have gas. You say yes, if like oh, yeah. I know how that is. Yes stance. Gas stands for gear acquisitions cinder. All if you ask me, I will say, well, you buy a new one by other new one by three more new ones. Get more and have you ever tried to Sony, or Nikon? I know you don't have to be rich to have gas. It's just it's, it's just a bad habit. It's just a bad habit. And then, so you're asking the wrong guy because I would say, well, yeah, you want the new one but fifty five hundred bucks. Oh, well then get it. So this is just a backup. Yeah. If you already got the new one don't you don't need the old one fixed. No not. How do I get rid of it? You could sell it on EBay probably for thousand bucks..

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"eighty one day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Burns fat only a healthy body. Wants to fat is gone keeps the fat off eight five five eight eight nine eight four four six on the line. We have a great fat Bernie guys got to hear this story. Devry? Welcome to burn fat, Orlando dot com. It is great to be a fat-burner. I know you're doing great how many pounds have you lost? Every I'm down over eighty one pound eighty one pound while believable, obviously, it's changed your life. But here's the most important question that I can ask you right now for the people that are listening. And that is you've heard radio show, and you've seen all heard about our program for how many years did you hear in to the show and listen to the show and all the advertising before you finally made a call. Well, I listen to WDBO every weekend as I'm working out around my house and stuff, and I've probably heard your show probably over three years now. And Finally, I took the stat. And I did it, and I have so happy that I did it's wonderful. So, you know, let let's people always say, you know. Oh, that's just a, you know, a, you know, just an exception believe it or not leasing gentlemen. This happens quite often. But on average where you lose about a pound to two pounds a day give or take. Yes. To pound a day some weeks, I lost twelve and that's a nominal and tell us about your energy, your mono- pills. You take in what your doctor saying tell us a little bit about what your family's even saying. When I started this, my energy level was really slow down. I would say today and times fast that I got a lot of energy now. Now, I just want to keep going out and doing things like I used to see on on high blood pressure medication now today, I took my blood pressure. It's one twenty four over seventy six. It's it's almost perfect my cholesterol is down significantly. And I just have more energy now than I had says I like in my twenty one fifty four years old. Oh my goodness. Back in the twenties. I feel like it. It's like use all over again. Wow. So many came into the office. You know, you review the program you had he had your body composition analysis. And when you got your burn fat, Orlando body composition analysis. You really learned a lot about about why you weren't losing weight. Didn't you? Yeah. I was very surprised when they had the announced they pointed out some things that I didn't even tell them that they had I had a side ROY crawl. I have a had limit Bima. And all that. And they call me. Hey, you're not there clogged and all this. And it's. Amazed right there. They announced is that was it was simple and very easy. And it was just great. I my whole experience with burnfatorlando has been acceptable. I can't wait to go back and see the staff that I've been going to Dr Phillips office. It's just wonderful. Hopefully, you've got a couple of extra notches in your belt after losing Eighty-one pounds is that right? Yeah. I started going in there. I've lost probably four pants side. I have to buy on the shirts now and eighty one day. That's that's amazing. Golly Eighty-one pounds. Unbelievable. We're gonna take a break. You're just a minute. And I want you to stay on the line 'cause I got some more questions, and we got people listening that have some questions for you. But I'm gonna give the number right now. Eight five five eight eight nine eight four four six what are you waiting for you waiting for the heart attack? What are you waiting for more pills for blood pressure? What are you waiting for Lusato lose afoot diabetes? I mean, lays gentlemen, we really have one life. You know in God many time, you know, God gives you the calling on the road. You choose to avoid. So let's not avoid it..

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"eighty one day" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"It's groundhog day. Not only great movie, but also a day where thing happens, it's all made up and doesn't matter. I guess he didn't see his shadow parks Tani fill so spring is coming any day now. In fact, here in Dallas could be seventy nine degrees on Tuesday. It is. That's one of the things Texas weird hot days in the middle in the fucking middle of winter. You'll be eighty one day and everybody like all right? We'll take it. We heard the rest of the country's freezing. So we're good. And we're just felt groundhog day. We're going to start with Chris won that game. And then we'll go to Adam. And then to Joe, and all you gotta do is all name of letter from the words groundhog day, and you just name a movie that begins with that letter to stay in the game. But if you matched the title, I wrote down ahead of time. You've you win this game. Which I'm hoping. I'm hoping that was Adam for the listeners, which I'm hoping will happen because we gotta move along to our to our last game. So do good on this guys. The first letter Chris is g go work. That is correct. Our next game. For real what I wrote Lynn..

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"eighty one day" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on High Noon

"Enough is made of the fact that when I was a kid like this week of the Super Bowl Super Bowl dominated everything. NBA show them all the way off for a train. That's probably not going to happen this week. And I think we have whoever's responsibility was to keep Marcus Peters away from microphones to blame and hard for that. Yeah. I feel like they could have been right back at eighty one day. Just put him in the middle there in thrice air by asking what? Yes. That would have been at least two Ablom topics Russ. And I want to warn everybody after that game someone with the microphone with we're lose go find Marcus Peters, especially lose especially lose. But we got a name today bow and that name is Anthony Davis because as requested by the pelicans, the NBA has opened a tampering investigation into the AD trade requests saga. But how seriously should the NBA take this? Do they need a level the playing field small market team like the pellet? So let's say that there's still what tampering are we talking about happening here? Right. Are they implying that the Lakers through these various channels got into? The Anthony Davis told him you're should ask for tray. You think that many smart enough to ask for trade himself? You may came read the stands the thirteenth in the west. You think he's not capable of coming up with this all on his own. I don't see an argument here for talking about the dastardly Lakers here the way you can protect small market teams run them. Well, if you run your team, well, your players will stay no right now. This is a lot of decency theater. Bo it is about making small market teams feel better while kind of approximating in my opinion. What like cannabis laws? Do it America right now, we have rules that say do not do this thing. But really all you're doing is urging the people who are doing that stuff behind the scenes all the time to just do it more privately and quietly, and meanwhile, the actual economic boost the fun of the activity can certainly help your enterprise, this is about Rich Paul being a little too loud. This is what it is. They don't like a guy putting his name. On something and destabilizing, a French. I mean, the fun stuff is cool, but we were buying larger for the basketball. Like, I don't like I don't even think about it. Then going down that line. I think about it more from this idea that somehow these poor small-market teams we can't keep any of our players. There's a team in Oklahoma City with two of the top ten players in the league. And they're they're on long-term deals in one of them is a guy who swore up and down. He wanted to go to LA got to Oklahoma City. And then decided that he wanted to stick around there for a while. Now, there are guys who leave good small-market teams and decided to go somewhere else. Right. But ain't nobody trying to go to Chicago just for the hell ago in their people haven't been that wild over the years to go to the Philadelphia all these places that we can point to that have big markets. It's not so simple as they just want to leave us for something big or not sometimes they just want to leave y'all because y'all stink. And the other part about this is that that front office does stink. And whether we blame that all undoubted damps and the mistakes, he's made or on the fact that I don't know if people really appreciate this. They're being run by the new order. Orleans saints. The NFL team is running the NBA t-. Mickey Loomis who runs the saints. He is Dell Dempsey's boss their medical staff. The pelicans having famously terrible injury history. Tom average, you'll wrote a great story about this for.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on American Hysteria

American Hysteria

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on American Hysteria

"Lifetime movie through six hundred hours of hypnotherapy with Dr pastor Michelle recovers avalanche of repressed memories from her childhood of extreme ritual abuse by satanic cult the book alleges that her mother surrendered her to a satanic leader named Malachi who along with his Colt used six year old Michelle in eighty one day devil, summoning ritual called the feast of the beast. Michelle was covered in spiders, covered in the blood of dead fetuses that she'd watched being crucified in the blood of kittens she'd watched being slaughtered. She was physically emotionally sexually and spiritually abused made to have sex with snakes and even had horns and a tail surgically fused to her body. But then in a crescendo of glittering, light Jesus. The Virgin, Mary and the archangel Michael all show up and save Michelle from the chaotic grind house horror a racing. All the memories of those terrible events talking them away in a corner. Her mind. So that she could rediscover them only when the time is right conveniently they also remove all the scars of the abuse from her body the scars from the horns in the tail all the physical evidence magically dissolved it may be shocking to us now. But this book blew up with Michelle. Doctor pastor touring the US and appearing on all the most popular talk shows eventually leaving their own spouses to get married to each other. The book was of course, debunked several times throughout the nineteen eighties with interviews from siblings. Michelle claimed never existed her father and schoolmates that knew her as a quiet student during the time she claimed to be in the constant throes of a satanic Colt. It was clear from the taped interviews, Dr pastor had fed for the mentioned six hundred hours false information to vulnerable patient under hypnosis, those who've studied the tapes, closer note, the many similarities to the apparent west African cannibalistic. Religious rights that pass their claim to have witnessed while working abroad. And by all accounts like to bring up quite often. Recovered memory therapy has since been seriously questioned by scientists and psychologists alike as it is extremely easy for therapists to help create false memories with suggestive techniques, even if they don't mean to but the thorough debunking of Michelle remembers and the techniques in involved hardly mattered to a freaked out public. This book also had a very clear agenda written largely in the helpless voice of child. Michelle is continuously abused by the female members of the cold, which she calls, the mommies the conclusion of the book than alludes, very unsubtly that the real villain of the story is Michelle's mother because it was her that originally abandoned Michelle to the Colt by extension all women who put their children in the hands of strangers or suspect. There is a pointed call for the return to the moral nuclear family system the. The only hope against this kind of organized abuse. And of course, a return to fundamentalism itself, as it was mother, Mary that appears magically to become the mommy that Michelle had been missing. Doc, the Lawrence pastor and his to these to destroy the belief system within a child to make a child turned against what they believe in in terms of who they are God is and to desecrate all manner of flash on that are changes to all matter of signing symbol a child that in any way attached to. All of a sudden hypnotherapist all over were helping patients recover horrifying memories of satanic abuse. Michelle remembers was used to train social workers in conferences on child abuse all over the country never mind, the magical claims of divine intervention, and as these social workers returned from these trainings, a shocking number of new allegations of child sexual abuse began to surface, and over time became more and more bizarre, more and more impossible, more and more. Like the outrageous stories of Michelle remembers that's next. Just a.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"All certainly like each other and enjoy working together. But I think these breaks help if nothing else for you to go and spend time with other people, I have people all the time say this. I said, well, the I'll do that much with each other beyond outside of the show. And I said well, not really because that's the time you have to do things with other people together all the time every day. On the show in here at the office. So we do spend quite a bit of time together. And but I don't know did anybody in in the group go on some sort of trip. I think most of us just had a staycationing nearby. Go anywhere living going to see family. We had some day trips. And you know, we we usually try to hunt the week after Christmas water bit and here this year. And you know, you never know what you're gonna get while we had rain rain and tons of ran. It was hot. Real rain humidity was I mean, it was hard to keep a scope clear. Well, let me you. We did go. It's just fun to get out in the woods. And just today. I really day. Well, what was great about it? And we did we did we did as much as you could do, you know? And of course, you know, with the the boys, you know, whenever they wanted to go we we would try to go in and had some success and did see some some deer. It was kind of funny though. I I love the little gray in the beard showed up the boys again while we were going so good. But but anyway, one of the things that we were discussing in October this when we got the office today the forecast for where we live was so bad every single day with the exception of maybe three or four days that we started going ahead and saying today, we're going to go do something no matter what. And how about this? Maybe it won't rain all day may maybe they're wrong. Maybe maybe they'll be some patches in here, we're in and it did work as a matter of fact, I told the boys yesterday I said I'm gonna try one last day hunt before we go back to work and they were like dad, it's it's seventy and eighty percent chance of rain every hour all day. I said I'm going down there. I said I'm going to go down there. And it's not raining. I'm going out. And and it only reindel me really a little bit the rest of and it varies wildly all over, you know, about whether it's gonna miss in whatever. And then then we had I'll tell you one thing I learned about our little little part of the world. And like I say, we're we're our farm is located as far as deer hunting. It's probably a a c plus Turkey hunting is pretty good there. And I don't Turkey hot, sadly. And that's probably the best thing that we have I need for how I need to find time to do that at some point. There's not a good time of year when Turkey season starts getting warm. Well, and plus it's just didn't work. I mean, you can't yet sites little hand puppet out there. He's hunting. I can't hunt mornings. And then there's also the, of course, this is about to be over do. I'll do it. I've got a kid that plays a spring sport and all that works bad. But anyway, so we were I did discover one thank you this this mystery of the rut the mystery of the retina somebody you're not into deer hunting. So we'll we'll we'll try not to spend the entire show on that today. Even though we did a good bit of that. While we were gone, Bob. And I did and the guys did Greg. No, you did some speed you didn't as much, but I was trying to maverick seat to try to get some altogether. But it just the weather was just terrible. So so anyway. And by the way, I'm real I have an update for you. I information that is actually wrong. So I was fortunate. I ended up killing a book while we were on vacation, which at our place. You know, we've killed we've killed three bucks. Two of them for the genetics of that world in the situation, you're in our decent deer. And then there was one by one of my sons, it was an accident that that he that. You know, we we have the the horns up in the we don't have a head of of of those seven points that my son which I sent him to the optometrist right after it said he was trying to kill DOE force. And he kills seven point. But anyway, so. I noticed the housing glasses. But anyway, so and you know, so. Associated seeing you wanna shoot the genetics of where you are. It varies wildly even in our state. So anyway, I told y'all wrong because I had not looked at the black. So when we first got this the hunting land, you know, we've had the farm for eleven years, but we really we only had eighty acres and most of it was pasture. And then we added about a little less than three hundred acres to it that we actually we hung on both sides, but we mainly hand on the side that's kind of wild and all that and it's not great hunting land. But it's fun. And so we we killed a good book. I killed a good buck. They're and I fault that it was within twenty four hours because you're trying to figure out the rut, and I'll shot that much is he was chasing does in a full blown rut, which he rarely ever see especially if you have too many does I went and looked at the flag. I kill the steer not the day after exactly the same day. Both these bumps were killed on December twenty six. So I think I've dialed in when the road. So, but it it may be you need to go back and look at the moon cycle. It may be more dependent on that than the calendar date. But you're right. It's the same time. Yeah. Well, if you track it out, it's pretty well in that. I mean, that's the only time in where I where I got. I may. When we were hunting up that was funny, and we had a good one too. I was I sit Greg a pitcher of like this gigantic bus there of this gigantic bug. I mean, it was not. And Greg had made fun of it. And I said I'm heat Greg decided to hunt down in the woods as opposed on of the food plot. You had a choice in this area. Yeah. And I sent him that picture, and I told him that the fading town that day was supposed to be to forty eight forty eight to four forty eight. By the moon chart. Of course, Brody started. I actually my son was I got moon jar opposite moon chart my rump. Then I waited on purpose in the minute. It turned to forty eight. It'd be to forty s. So I picture of this gigantic beer, and I said look. Plot does not. May may killing this this this dear almost had a Greg moment. I'll tell you about it. We come back. I nearly had one of those Greg mamas. And I heard it on the best of while. We were gone the podcast, by the way, number one been able to go back and our our listen to those things on your own time. I every time I would travel because I was never up here. You guys live. Can I tell you what we're saying? I think I was up most of the days dive eighty one day route. But I heard the time of Greg killing that deer. And it was I don't know what happened. Went through a time warp and the came back to Greg city, and he couldn't find it. Yeah. Greg, Greg, Greg. Medical help. And guys guys don't think it was laying in the weeds understand. I would have had of nearly tripped over it. It wasn't there. I'm telling you time, it was in a different dimension. And it jumped back into our dimension. I have to admit it was strange given how much.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"We all certainly like each other and enjoy working together. But I think these breaks help if nothing else for you to go in and spend time with other people, I have people all the time say this. I said, well, the I'll do that much with each other beyond outside of the show. And I said well, not really because that's the time you have to do things with other people work together. All the time every day. On the show and here at the office. So we do spend quite a bit of time together. And but I don't know that anybody in in the group going some sort of trip I think most of us just had a steak Asian need nearby. Go anywhere. Going to see family had we had some day trips. And you know, we we usually try to hunt the week after Christmas water bit and here this year. And you know, you never know what you're going to get while we had rain and it was hot. Reno rain humidity was I mean, it was hard to keep scope clear. Well, let me tell you what we did. Fun to get out in the woods and just today. Well, what was great about it? And we did we did we did as much as you could do, you know? And of course, you know, with the the boys, you know, whenever they wanted to go we we would try to go in and had some success and did see some some deer. It was kind of funny though. I I love the a little gray in the beard showed up the boys again while we were going so good. But but anyway, one of the things that we were discussing in October this when we got office today the forecast for where we live was so bad every single day with the exception of maybe three or four days that we started going ahead and saying today, we're going to go do something no matter what. And how about this? Maybe it won't rain all day. Maybe they're wrong. Maybe they'll be some patches in here were and it did work as a matter of fact, I told the boys yesterday, I I'm gonna try one last day hunt before we go back to work and they were like dad, it's it's seventy eight. Percent chance of rain every hour all day. I said I'm going down there. I said I'm gonna go down there. It's not raining. I'm going out. And and it only reindel me really a little bit. The rest of it in and it varies wildly all over, you know, about whether it's gonna missed in whatever. And then then we had I'll tell you one thing I learned about our little little part of the world. And like I say, we're we're our farm is located as far as deer hunting. It's probably a a c plus Turkey hunting is pretty good there. And I don't Turkey hot, sadly. And that's probably the best thing that we have a need for how I need to find time to do that at some point. It's not a good time of year when Turkey season starts getting warm. Well, and plus it's just didn't work. I mean, you can't yet. Little hand puppet out there. He's hunting tape. I can't hunt mornings. And then there's also the, of course, this is about to be over. So maybe I'll do it. I've got a kid that plays a spring sport and all that works bad. But anyway, so we were who I did discover one you this this mystery of the rut the mystery of the retina somebody you're not into deer hunting. So we'll we'll we'll try not to spend the entire show today of no we did a good bit of that. While we were gone, Bob. And I did in the guys did Greg. No, you did some speed you didn't as much, but I was trying to try to get some y'all together. But it just the weather was just terrible. So so anyway. And by the way, I have an update for you. I formation that is actually wrong. So I was fortunate. I ended up killing a book while we were on vacation, which at our place. You know, we've killed with killed three bucks. Two of them for the genetics of that world in the situation, you're in are decent deer. And then there was one by one of my sons, it was an accident that that he that that you know, we we have the the horns up in the we don't have a head. But we haven't horns up of of of those seven points that my son which I sent him to the optometrist right after it said he was trying to kill DOE force. And he kills seven point. But anyway, so. I noticed the glasses. But anyway, so and you know, so saying you wanna shoot the genetics now where you are. It it varies wildly even in our state. So anyway, I told y'all wrong because I had not looked at the plaque. So when we first got this the hunting land, we've had the farm for eleven years, but we really we only had eighty acres and most of it was pasture. And then we added about a little less than three hundred acres to it that we actually we hunt on both sides will remain on the side. It's kind of wild and all that and it's not great hunting land. But it's fun. And so we we killed a good book. I killed a good buck. They're and our fault that it was within twenty four hours because you're trying to figure out the right, right? And I'll shot that much is he was chasing does in a full blown rut, which he rarely ever see, especially if you have too many does I went and looked at the plaque. I kill the steer not the day after exactly on the same day real both these bumps were killed on December twenty six so I think. So, but it it may be you need to go back and look at the moon cycle. It may be more dependent on that than the calendar date. But you're right. It's the same time. Yeah. I'll bet if you track it out it's pretty well. I mean, that's the only time in where I where I got I fund Rick. Yeah. That was funny. And we had a good one. I was I sit Greg a pitcher of like this gigantic of this gigantic buck and Greg had made fun of it. And I said, I'm he Greg decided to hunt down in the woods as opposed on of the food plot. You had the choice in this area. Yeah. And I sent him that picture, and I told him that the fading town that day was supposed to be to forty eight to forty eight to four forty eight by the moon chart. Of course, Brody started. I actually my son was moon jar then opposite moon short my rump. Then I waited on purpose in the minute. It turned to forty eight. I said be looking to forty. Anyway. So I sent Greg picture of this gigantic beer, and I said look on the camera. Plot. But me killing this this this deer and almost had a Greg moment. I'll tell you about it. We come back. I nearly had one of those Greg mamas. And I heard it on the best of while. We were gone the podcast, by the way, number one. The able to go back and hour by hour. Listen to those things on your own time. I every time I would travel because I was never up here. You guys live. Can I tell you what we'll say it? I think I was up most of the days now Tex eighty one day. But I heard the time of Greg killing that deer. And it was I don't know what happened to went through a time warp and the came back into time wearing a Greg city, and you couldn't find it. Yeah. Hey. Yeah. Remember they threaten. Greg. Greg. Medical help. And guys guys guys. I don't think it was laying in the weeds understand. I I would have had of nearly tripped over it. It wasn't there. I'm telling you. It's time I it was in a different dimension. And it jumped back in our dimension. I have to admit it was strange given how.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Let's talk about data because you and I could agree or disagree, doesn't matter are paints or twenty questions. Why would you buy any of these stocks trading at fifty two week low. Thanks which so for you sitting there, not a traitor, you said you're not a traitor, bear market rallies when you get to an eighteen basis point spread in the to ten curve, Dan historically, you get a restraining. We've recently just had banks wait a little bit. I've done this on the show inappropriately too early, and then they rip and anything you met. So in the bottom. In early nineteen ninety-five in the banks. Guess what? That they were breaking down? And they looked horrible just before historic outperformance, two thousand and five very different cycle from again about eighteen basis points. You've got a restraining. You're telling me that CitiBank is going to make a new high that that Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley gonna make new highs in this cycle, not a channel bet you a Dan, Nathan crypto coin, that remodel. In south before out before they've been massively under performing for the last year. Goldman Sachs was trading on eighty one day of the election and since gene to twenty-five accurate. They had an extraordinary outperformance through the end of last year in through January day have absolutely underperformed sense then. And I've openly say it's been a horrible call. I'm good at. I'm not going to Sam always right. You can come pound and I really wanna pass this along to people at what you can come pounded mistake by making another mistake and selling them wrong. Tony, thanks, the bet you by the way. I don't even know. Made it up so we didn't have to. Today there's a there is a positive catalyst potentially nineteen days. Now in this midterm election, which we don't talk about, we don't want to go down to the Republicans can hold serve, I think the market. What is it that it's early yet. Yeah, extraordinarily put now, I don't know the probability of that happening, but if it were to happen, I'd get a knee jerk to the. Yeah, I don't know what's going to happen the election. I mean, I'm going to vote only get one vote. I don't live in Illinois, but with that said, if they do hold serve, I think you could see a knee-jerk. We actually upside today. Well, listen, I think you stay out of the way. I think that's the right thing to do at this point in time. Last week I thought we'd get a tradable rally. It lasted for two days, right? So now you have to stay. You have to get out of the way in this market until this washes out. Can I come up with catalysts? Absolutely. Can I disagree with what? What the house aveer people are taking Powell's comments shore, but the markets telling you stay out of the way for right now. And I think that's the only move make. We've got a market lashawn Dow DuPont. It is falling after hours. Let's go to Eric champion the newsroom, the details, Eric. That's right. Melissa, the stock is down over six percent right now. Dow DuPont reporting, four point, six billion dollars impairment charge related to goodwill and other assets in their agricultural reporting unit. And this comes at a bad time for the stock is down about fifteen percent over the past four weeks. So Dow DuPont right now down about six percent after hours back to you, Melissa. All right, Eric, thank you, Eric. Chemmy in the newsroom throw that on the heap of stuff. We didn't even get to materials and chemicals. I mean, we could go on and on and on. So back to what do you do today? I mean, look at the Russell two thousand that was supposed to be a safe haven. As we had all this turmoil around tariff stuff. It's down ten percent from its recent highs. Look at the q., those five stocks maga- and Facebook make up fifty percent of the weight. So here's the trade in that one. I think we see lower lows. If the market continues to go lower into those prince, I think you can take a shot on it because I think they're massively overdone at some point into what's likely to be decent news..

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"eighty one day" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"That's eight, four, five, three, nine, three, four, six, two nine. Give us a shout. And other than that we're gonna. We're gonna. We're gonna try to beat this damn heat. What do we tell them at the end of every program. Coke addicts, and if you can't and picks, but it's cold ones, we are. It's way to also make sure those. Fine. Gag me, take me to the Bondi rent. Hey, Mike Swann to tell you that I look on break big fan eighty one day. One fan of the time he's doing done. I. Happy, happy birthday, MAC, and sorry, miss wishing Uber on your birthday. So in the name of Sweeney, please forgive me. Oh, by the way. So like I I did suck lots of dick, but I didn't take any picks. So you know, sorry. You know what up guys fucking that, what you my boy, MAC always loved you Manson a little kid on right. You guys fucking funny is best. It's is Frank. All right here this shit. Just hear it. All right. Eskimos like people up in like the cold, cold, cold area. They use refrigerators to keep their food from freezing. Matter. A bunny, ears, LLC production.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"Every major player was a star in the nc double i can almost go i could give you like nine hundred seventy nine it was bird magic nineteen hundred was a guy named darrell griffith dr duncan steve from louisville eighty one day a thomas hit the winning shot in philadelphia today reagan was shot in washington by heavily eighty eightytwo jordan hit the winning shot to win eighty three was the cardiac kids cements the state bidding lajoie eighty four you'll be against lajoie eighty five perfect game villanova eighty six keith smart those great teams in vegas christian leitner you know grant hill bobby hurley larry johnson those guys were household names before they ever came in the nba today yeah barn yana have whatever people don't don't even know who they are now maybe you learn who they are time but if you wanna be a brand and every major company is is blowing smoke up these young players about how they're going to be brand don't you want to get him free advertising or do you want to have to do it on social media you want to take four years to create a brand or you want to have an instant brand when you come into the league it makes no sense in say secondly if you get beyond the rhetoric and study the failure rate of draft picks it's going up at an alarming rate because you look at memphis we try to get memphis last year to draft malcolm brogden who's a fifth year player virginia got a master's degree who would fit perfectly with mike conley he was the national defensive player of the year for team that and they're an olympics which i think was totally distorted had weighed ball when big about a player so they drafted ball cut him after one year now obviously they're an alice was completely flawed and as very subjective market but they believe that younger players will develop faster but they're wrong because the younger players are failing at alarming rate in the nba because their skill set has fallen behind there.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"We see if i can get through this a dark and firered comes a man of living ted i only walk the earth at night i only burn out the light i go where everybody is afraid i go and find the ones who strayed all the darkest forces they are mine the darkest forces all entwined one in one equal to these are bones that once were new add them up you'll think it's right at the my way it makes a fright i will not kill them in their house i will not kill them with a mouse lissette for i will not dan green eggs in ham i will not kill them sam i am the greatest enemy humanity has ever had i think we're fine it's an incantation does a very powerful things so if i paid to go to an eighty one day black mass and that was the headliner a fucking money by feel like you just curse to every audience every listener in our audience i want my fucking us back by my soul back so now that you've heard that poem and the claims the poems the worst part of the book it's not the baby killing it said fucking poem the rice this fucking book swept the credulous nation and because americans are clearly stupid people they believed the insane claims and law enforcement used it as a sort of bible yeah for dealing with the suddenly realised gigantic say a satanist conspiracy that was inhaling innocent children in every neighborhood in america well i mean if you got that much craziness happening in small town canada we clearly it's happening much much worse in big city oh for sure you can imagine what's going on in kansas city yeah yeah or river city st louis uh all the places in the surrounding mississippi area so it at as we discussed women putting their children in childcare the burgeoning childcare industry was a favorite target pastor that guy wrote that shit pile and is now wife michelle.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"And the the book culminates in a massive eighty one day black mass eighty one days where satan jesus and the virgin mary all make appearances while flare th the devil who reads a poem she recalls with great clarity and i'm going to read that in the second oh yeah we need that poem obviously all this occurred in a cosy isolated canadian town 50s so no corroborating police reports support at 20th of these missing persons claims know of course that but they were in on it that's the thing the see that's at south conspiracy theories were kids yolk any proof against his proof of yeah so uh her childhood neighbors remember happy normal girl who did not go missing for months at a time her school attendance records were near perfect and less classic autozone at all in on it class votto show her smiling with a full set of perfectly normal teeth now dan yes i would like to read to you a poem and well i'm also going to object to her story because i know from my own personal experience that win utah sewa tail on yourself yes there is physical evidence of that for years even we are even when once you've removed it right that's what and that's why you're you can't go to burning men anymore it's why i'm not allowed a public pools that's one of the reasons you're not allowed its win it's the least reason that i'm not allowed at public pools all right dan i want to read you this point okay now let me this poem is the work of say oh well obviously this bomb is written by the fallen one mmhmm lucifer beal's above the prince of the morning darkness himself king of hell god's opposite number humanity's greatest enemy all right all right you ready for if you ready for no now none of those injured rose said anything about excellent poet well we i will leave you to judge the excellence of this particular elite.

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"eighty one day" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"eighty one day" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"They all sort of coming together at the same time i wasn't separating him out in writers something happen around the time sergeant pepper i think were were production techniques became a musical color via in and so that it to me was another instrument oculus in what you do in the studio is you don't approach that differently from the way you play your instrument so but yeah but you've sort of evolved as a producer overtime mike i mean if you tell me that have from eighty one day eighty nine you know you're not really letting them play live together yeah in others and we will hopefully you of all of your house so like in in that time you work with carly simon de though i don't know these ward brothers records is a british group currently currently actually might have been on now i think we cut it took a click and the annual rate to no bonnie raitt no bunny it was just after the be fifty two dollars a month guess what you can way together rabbani was going to have it any of the way she can't she cannot and will not played withdraw machine uh and i learned a whole lot make time man and just being around bonnie because she says soulful an honest and genuine a position as a musician as singer and as a human being as anybody i ever met yes she's great she's a real blues legend man i love it so much you know us uh shia i get some moved when i hear her saying at a sometimes i can't player records because i get to emotional and i loved her long before up a new i i remember seeing her at the end arbor blues and jazz festival an in as night and sixty nine is something about a first album when it was new and as distal always a big fan so he was a thrilled to be able to make those four records with her and it's still a thrill to play the jubilee the one that has angel for montgomerie on now i wish her that's a hardcover that fucking thank killer yeah it's fake heartbreaker high in you got to work with iggy too and i like that right.

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