35 Burst results for "three m"

Clippers beat Jazz 119-111 to take series lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 26 min ago

Clippers beat Jazz 119-111 to take series lead

"The clippers have taken a three games to two lead in the Western Conference semifinals by earning their third straight win over the jazz one nineteen one eleven Paul George carried the load with thirty seven points and sixteen rebounds while Los Angeles played without forward Kawhi Leonard because of a knee injury suffered in game four Marcus Morris scored twenty five points and Reggie Jackson added twenty two for the clippers who shot fifty one percent from the field the jazz made a team record ten three pointers in the first quarter but led by just one at the end of the period boy am Bogdanovich had nine treys in thirty two points for Utah I'm Dave Ferrie

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Hawks rally from 26 points down, stun 76ers in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 49 min ago

Hawks rally from 26 points down, stun 76ers in Game 5

"Trae young kid to a fourth quarter rally as the hawks took the lead in the best of seven Eastern Conference semifinal series with a one oh nine one oh six with with the seventy Sixers down by fourteen young scored eleven points during a twenty one six Ron young may three south sides with one twenty six the plight they gave the hawks a one oh five one oh four lead early on we were missing a lot of open shots and stages White House press pass again I hope we sure are better at home than we did it's nine young and a game high thirty nine points for the hawks who took a three games to two lead in the best of seven series you will then be that thirty seven for the Sixers Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Price makes 29 saves, Canadiens beat Golden Knights 3-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 58 min ago

Price makes 29 saves, Canadiens beat Golden Knights 3-2

"The Canadiens never trailed in their three day two game to win the semifinals now tied at one eight eight by superb shot blocking Carey price made twenty nine saves Joel Armia entire to fully gave Montreal a two nothing advantage but the game winner came on Paul Byron second period back hand enough to outdo a two goal performance from Alex but trends look on this night the habs once again showed they know how to play with the lead in these playoffs there are six in all went up after two periods I'm Bruce Morton

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Laureano HR, nifty catch in return, streaking A’s top Angels

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 hrs ago

Laureano HR, nifty catch in return, streaking A’s top Angels

"The athletics have a six game winning streak after Ramon Laureano homered and made a Homer robbing catch in his return from the injured list highlighting an eight four win over the angels Laureano had missed seventeen games with a strained right hip he timed his jump perfectly to reach over the fence and catch Justin Upton's fly ball in the fourth half inning before going deep manager Bob Melvin says Laureano didn't show any rust you've come back and you're off for a while and you know little uncertainty when you know you haven't had too many bad sin and then you go out there make a play like that you know Homer so I think he's he feels pretty comfortable that also singled twice in a six run sixth and finished three for four with an RBI Shohei Ohtani homered for the second straight day giving him nineteen on the season for the angels I'm Dave very

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Congress approves bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 hrs ago

Congress approves bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday

"The nation will soon have a new federal holiday now that both chambers of Congress have passed legislation to commemorate the end of slavery on June nineteenth the house voted overwhelmingly four hundred fifteen to fourteen to make Juneteenth the new federal holiday some Republicans opposed the legislation including Montana congressman Matt Rosendale who called it an effort to celebrate quote identity politics Juneteenth commemorates when the last in sleeved Americans learned they were free June nineteenth eighteen sixty five in Galveston Texas Juneteenth will be the twelfth federal holiday the last one designated was Martin Luther king day in nineteen eighty three Jackie Quinn Washington

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Molina's RBI single in 9th lifts Cardinals past Marlins 1-0

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 hrs ago

Molina's RBI single in 9th lifts Cardinals past Marlins 1-0

"The Adare Molina delivered his eighth career walk off hit with an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth completing the cardinals one nothing win and a three game sweep of the Marlins Paul Goldschmidt reached on an error by shortstop jazz Chisholm junior to start the ninth Matt carpenter followed with a one out walk before Molina sent the Marlins to their fourth straight loss St Louis starter Johan Oviedo worked a career high seven scoreless innings losing pitcher sandy Alcantara pitched a team season high eight and a third innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mahle fans 12, Reds silence Brewers' bats again in 2-1 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 hrs ago

Mahle fans 12, Reds silence Brewers' bats again in 2-1 win

"The Reds won for the eleventh time in thirteen games as Tyler Molly tied his career high with twelve strikeouts in a two to one decision over the brewers Molly allowed three hits and a pair of walks over six innings Tucker Barnhart doubled home the tie breaking run to send Cincinnati to its sixth straight win and a three game sweep the walkie total just nine hits and four runs in the series the brewers scored their lone run in the third one Christian Yelich drove in Daniel Vogelbach with a single to right losing pitcher Freddy Peralta struck out six over six innings without walking a batter I'm Dave Ferrie

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January 6 Should Not Be the Only Date to Remember; Democrats Have Been Long Violent Before

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 7 hrs ago

January 6 Should Not Be the Only Date to Remember; Democrats Have Been Long Violent Before

"1971 1983 real live shootings and bombings. The Marxist left. And several of them were pardoned by Jimmy Carter. And one of the people one of the masterminds as Barack Obama's close friend and political mentor. 21. Republicans voted No on this bill. Ladies and gentlemen, here you have the speaker, the number one Democrat in the House and the number three Clyburn calling federal law enforcement start troopers while they're trying to defend government, property and other property. Here you have a Democrat president pardoning Puerto Rican terrorists. Here you have another Democrat, president, Friends, Political allies associates with a domestic terrorist. Isn't it amazing? But you see, January 6th is the day we must remember. January, 6th. I would remind the phony attorney general, the United States. Chase down Clansmen chased down the neo Nazis. Conservatives. Republicans. Constitutionalists had nothing to do with them. We reject them. In fact, we reject all violence. But apparently, sir, you do not Because you excuse what happened in Portland in your testimony to become attorney general? You said that wasn't domestic terrorists because it happened at night. Night.

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Media Wants to Celebrate Capitol Police but Not Those Who Protected During Antifa, BLM Violence

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 7 hrs ago

Media Wants to Celebrate Capitol Police but Not Those Who Protected During Antifa, BLM Violence

"A story all the headlines Congressional gold medal vote. The congressional gold medal to all the officers who defended the capital in January. 6th 21. Republicans voted no And the media very upset about this. The media very upset about this. Let's step back. The media have spent over a year trashing law enforcement in this country. Every reprobate. Imaginable. Miscreant malcontent. Whether professors or otherwise, members of black lives matter brought on T V. To tell us how bad the cops are. Except for apparently The Capitol Hill police. Because those police deserve a congressional gold medal. Not the police were trying to defend the Portland federal building. Not the police who tried to defend their own precincts in every city in this country, virtually Not the park Police and the Secret Service who defended the White House. From attacks on the White House. No, no, they don't deserve anything except To be trashed and I remember what took place in Portland. And I remember what Pelosi in Clybourne had to say the number one and number three Democrats in the House who not want to hand out gold medals. And I want to remind you Because it's only one year ago. June 2020. When Nancy Pelosi compared Federal law enforcement that was trying to protect a federal courthouse. From an insurrection, a violent armed insurrection. Stormtroopers cut 15 go.

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Van Gundy, Brooks Both Out as Coaches for the Pelicans, Wizards

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 hrs ago

Van Gundy, Brooks Both Out as Coaches for the Pelicans, Wizards

"Two more NBA head coach is a party company with their teams Scott Brooks won't be returning to the wizards who made the playoffs three times in his five years at the helm Washington one is playing game this year and was promptly knocked out by the seventy Sixers in five games the wizards were one eighty three in two oh seven under Brooks Stan van Gundy was given just one season to coach the pelicans before the two sides mutually agreed to part New Orleans went thirty one and forty one to finish eleventh in the Western Conference two games out of a plane birth the pelicans had the eighth worst defense in the league this season following a truncated training camp I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fed Sees Faster Time Frame for Rate Hikes as Inflation Rises

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fed Sees Faster Time Frame for Rate Hikes as Inflation Rises

"The federal reserve is sending a new signal on interest rates fed policymakers are forecasting they'll raise the central bank's benchmark short term rate twice by late twenty twenty three that's sooner than previous forecasts which signaled no hike likely before twenty twenty four the fed's low interest rate policies have helped fuel a swift rebound from the recession brought on by the corona virus pandemic they've also coincided with rising inflation the central bank boosted its forecast for inflation to three point four percent by the end of this year in a statement following its latest policy meeting the fed also says it expects the corona virus pandemic will have a diminishing affect on the economy as vaccinations increase and Thomas Washington

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Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

The Social-Engineer Podcast

02:05 min | 12 hrs ago

Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.

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Be Honest, What Limiting Beliefs Do You Have About Yourself?

Real Estate Coaching Radio

01:49 min | 13 hrs ago

Be Honest, What Limiting Beliefs Do You Have About Yourself?

"Three to one. And we're back. We've got a really cool topic. And this is something julian. I've been tossing back and forth a couple of weeks. And i'll tell you where the idea of. It's probably going to be in two or three podcasts. Little mini series where this came from is that sometimes You have these limiting beliefs about yourself and your potential and your life and your relationships and finances and help. They go and check in your mind for long periods of time to the point where these thoughts become innate and other words because they're unchecked you actually think subconsciously almost it becomes part of your your heart your hard core hard rooted software about what you think about life and i on a call with actually a listener and the listener was I think in their sixties early sixties and they were not where they wanted to be in these thoughts together sort of randomly. Because i have so many calls. But this is the essence of what i remember was they were having these limiting beliefs about their potential for financial freedom because of their age and this person remember correctly like i said early sixties and as i was talking to them trying to root out why they believed that they can't create some financial security for themselves because they're basically quiet despair about the idea that they would never be able to remove financial burdens from their back this person in particular of course this relates to a lot of people right and so i was joined down and the essence of their belief about why they wouldn't be able to achieve financial security let alone independence. Finally be free was because they think they thought that their health was fragile. And which i thought was interesting and so again as a good coach will do the. I question them about that. Ask them. it's possible right. This person could fragile health. This person could have a lot of extremists health issues. And so i i asked them about this particular issue or any issues that they might have turned out. The head nun.

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Biogen's New Alzheimer's Drug Is a Medicare Budget Buster

The KFBK Morning News

01:55 min | 14 hrs ago

Biogen's New Alzheimer's Drug Is a Medicare Budget Buster

"New drug for Alzheimer's comes with rather controversial approval, and now we're learning a huge price tag. The drug is called Adele Adele home, I should say adult film. It was approved by the FDA last week. It's $56,000 per year for a supply. Medicare copays could reach $11,000. The Alzheimer's Association's sharply criticized the manufacturer, Biogen for that price tag. You're about to hear from Paul Seagirt. He is with PCs advisers there in Northern California firm. They help businesses manage health care costs, And he says, This is a perfect example of what is wrong with how we approve and distribute drugs. We've got great health care how we pay for? It's crazy. This is a perfect example. You've got a $56,000 drug that the FDA is just approved. Three of the scientists who were on the review panel That made a recommendation to the FDA have resigned because of the 11 in November, 10 said. No, I'm recommending to approve it and one said, I don't know. And yet they still approved a drug that Has, you know, really hasn't shown itself to be effective. They're going to build $56,000. A year for each person that's on this drug. It's incredible. The FDA advisory board gave the thumbs down to this drug. Yet it got approved by the agency. The question is why It's a great question, and unfortunately, I There's a lot of financial drivers that drive our whole system. I'm a free market person. I'm not against that. But we've a lot. We're approving this thing and then saying we're going to allow them to do a nine year confirmatory trial. Which in those nine years if they do end up confirming that it is not Very effective or not that effective or not at all, effective. We're gonna have spent hundreds of billions of dollars at that time frame. We're

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Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning

Get Up!

01:56 min | 16 hrs ago

Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning

"Then is this competition over before it's even begun anyone make sense of what they said in chicago. We'll find out as we get up with you. Starting right now delighted. You're here on. Wednesday greenie grouchy on when our studios in the seaport of football conversation. Coming your way in colluding jam saturday ready to go today. Mike tannenbaum ready to go today. Louis riddick and dan orlovsky will join us. But there's only one place to begin on this morning. Spectacular night from kevin durant and the brooklyn nets game five against milwaukee. The story early chains guarding it out making the return from a hamstring. He would play most of the night he would struggle particularly first half gophers six from the poor with two turnovers presence. Team to lift is deep. He was out there doing good but the nets would struggled mightily in the first half down. Sixteen into the third week and kevin durant would say this is about to become line night here. We got durant in the lane. Plays it up in good news just getting started ensuing possession durant in transition. This was his running mate last night. Jeff green seven eight from three twenty seven points nets creeping back into it. They're down nine final minute of the third durant. Good the six point game into the fourth quarter under nine to play now with into the rain using the screen. My goodness that's their first lead since it was two nothing just over five minutes now. What a game nets lead by one the rain mid range over middleton yes. That's why three a buck twenty to go down by two janas goes to the line again down by two crowd smelling blood. I one no road. He'd make a second to one point game under a minute ago. Still one point track clock winding down. Here's the biggest moment of the night. They've got him trapped two seconds on the clock one second of knocked down. Kevin durant could not be stopped. That's up by four thirty seconds ago. Mets

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Fred Highlights a Couple of Plants Everyone Should Consider.

Your Gardening Questions

02:03 min | 20 hrs ago

Fred Highlights a Couple of Plants Everyone Should Consider.

"Already had a couple of other plants. You wanted to highlight. I definitely do the one that has been highlighting itself for perhaps up toward two weeks and then again like all other tree families groups and so on. They don't all bloom at one time. Now they gather up at one time. But i have been enjoying immensely my own and then dozens of other japanese tree lilacs. They are technically lilac. They have relatively little fragrance. Unfortunately it's it's not unpleasant but it's just not much there. They are anywhere from a creamy white flour to Well whitish. I don't i don't know about snow-driven but at the same time they're they're very remarkable and you can see them literally if you turn a corner on a city street and they've used as a street tree you can see in three blocks away when you turn the corner. They're they're quite remarkable for a period of roughly two two and a half weeks there quite a sturdy tree. I have seen them now and now being the last x. number of years where they're being known well enough to be used as a retreat. I've seen them from. I'm going to call them saplings. On up to about ten inches in diameter and then i have to tell a quick story about driving the countryside many years ago when i thought i knew what a japanese tree lilac was and hadn't paid any attention. Anyhow i'm trying to get on county roads from one town in northern ohio to another. And i'm i'm i'm kind of beaten it on the road and i came over a rise in his. I looked down there. Were three of them. Yeah that i could see honestly for quarter-mile with up being any attention. I kinda hit the brakes. So i get a better look. I forgot there was a guy behind me. Yeah i don read sign language that remarkable though march they add and their their their finishing up right now but even after the glory of the flower and the little little flower

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What's Next for Nintendo Switch?

Talking Tech

01:50 min | 23 hrs ago

What's Next for Nintendo Switch?

"Three starting to wind down brett one of the last presentations was from nintendo and folks were hoping to hear about a new switch. That didn't happen. And if you remember we suggested that wasn't likely in our pre three coverage that's because the switch is still in high demand and with the computer chip shortage caused by the pandemic still affecting production of electronics. And lots of other things. I mean why would you want to launch a new console. Well exactly but on the bright side. We're gonna have a lot of new games to be playing on. our current. Nintendo switch is this year and beyond one of the highlights was another glimpse of the much anticipated sequel to the legend of zelda breath of the wild which is coming next year. It looks gorgeous. It looks like a very huge universe that players are going to explore if you're a big fan of breath of the while basically it looks like you can expect that. Just a lot bigger In the meantime while we wait for that a remastered version of the legend of zelda skyward sword which was which was originally released for the nintendo. We is out for nintendo switch on july sixteenth and you can get special joy con controllers themed after the master sword and hilly and shield which also launched on the same day and perhaps one of the biggest surprises was a new metro game called metro. Dread it's a sequel to two thousand two's metro fusion game with this the first two d metro game starring bounty hunters salmon's aaron with the new story in one thousand nine years. What we saw were some cinematic story. Sequences that lead to some cool side scrolling levels. Sam is fighting what looks to be some new super robots. They're called the emi. That sam has to get pretty creative to get away from that game is coming october. Eighth also nintendo said metro-wide prime four which they announced in two thousand seventeen is still in development. So we're gonna have to wait a little longer for that

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OnePlus Will Reportedly Release a Super Cheap 5G Smartphone

Daily Tech News Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

OnePlus Will Reportedly Release a Super Cheap 5G Smartphone

"The. Uk's competition and markets authority announced an official investigation into the mobile device ecosystem looking into the dominance of ios and android and the control that both have over at marketplace's results of the investigation are expected to be published within a year. The previously announced an investigation into whether apple unfair unfairly favored itself in the app store. The us supreme court has overruled a twenty nine. Nine hundred ninth. Us circuit court of appeals decision. That had barred lincoln from preventing heike labs from harvesting personal data from public profiles. If you're not following it. The decision was heike. Labs can harvest the details from lincoln and the supreme court said no. We're thrown out. That decision the appeals court had ruled that the computer fraud and abuse act did not apply when no authorization was needed to access public user data. In other words. It's just there on the web The ruling was sent back to the ninth circuit by the supreme court to reconsider in light of the supreme court's own june fourth ruling on the computer fraud and abuse act which did find that someone could not be found guilty under the law for misusing information on a system. They have permission to access so it could end up with the same decision. It just needs a different legal justification. One plus announced the nord en a two hundred five g for two hundred forty dollars going on sale in the us to t mobile and metro customers. June twenty-fifth it will also come to canada or three hundred twenty canadian dollars. The in twenty five g has a six point. Four nine inch. Hd ninety hurts. Display qualcomm snapdragon. Four eighty chipset. So this is a budget phone with four gigs of ram and sixty four gigs of expandable storage. The end two hundred has three three rear lenses with a thirteen megapixel main sensor sixteen megapixel front cam. Five thousand million battery is returnable using an eighteen. Watt fast charger

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"three m" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:53 min | 2 months ago

"three m" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"When you log onto netscape. Check your aol account jack. It'll be secure those sanctions. Were really not that tough. That line said they were tough and widespread and most reporters said they were tough. You know who didn't say they were tough was well one Navalny the opposition leader. Who's in prison. Who was poisoned and all beaten in all kinds of stuff he. He doesn't think there were but neither does jonathan swan and axios. We'll have to talk about that in. Our three has an interesting discussion right there. Wow you're going to set me straight. I've been i've been missing. Was going through some of the gallup numbers just because we were talking about it and It's tough to look at immigration numbers and take them seriously. During the trump era ban. There might not be polls that are relevant anymore which pulse them. They're they're they're also clouded by the trump era and an all became a just a. What did trump think about this then. I either agree that her don't based on that period which answer will indicate which try by men believe it or not. Yeah so any polls that are between like well after twenty fifteen. I'm not sure how long it'll take before they get back to normal at all But he let me. Just jump with this. Because i thought it was. Maybe the most interesting is kind of a separate subject almost but Which of the following statements comes closer to your view immigrants. Mostly take jobs that american workers want or immigrants. Mostly take low paying jobs. Americans don't want it's not even close. Seventy two percent of people say immigrants mostly take people jobs take jobs people. Don't want okay. And i just think it's fascinating that that's even a category that that's even thing. How did that ever even become a thing in the world and who cares the idea that there are jobs you don't want do you need to feed yourself. Do you have a job currently well. Then i suggest you do that. One no way no way we have decided and you know. It's interesting that from the left. You're constantly hearing all the stuff about racism often when it has nothing to do with racism but the idea that if there are americans of all colors to be fair who would rather get government money than do a job we will grant them that generosity and imports from nice brown people that do that stinking job. What an odd cyst. I'd say it smacks of saudi arabia. And then you know. Japan did that to some extent for a while. But it's just crazy. You have to twist yourself in knots to claim it's progressive right on and as you pointed out every business in america has a help wanted sign up and they can't find anybody. I got a couple of buddies who are hardworking. Men who have re- responded these conversations with a like when you hear economic news and this percentage of american stopped looking for work and a buddy mine said what. How do you stop looking for work. Whenever i needed a job at just keep looking until i found one. I'm the idea that i'd stop looking for work. And then also the just just the the entire concept of jobs that americans don't want confusing to some people working class. I think my first five jobs were that yeah. Nobody really wants to do this. I need money. It's the only way i can pay rent. So i'm doing this it. Nobody nobody the the first five jobs as having this conversation with my son yesterday but he asked if i ever worked at a restaurant and i never worked where i had to deal with public that much i worked in feedlots stacked boxes of clean bathrooms of done that sorta stuff that would explain your glowering demeanor but but man is a long time for a had any job. That was a job that anybody aspired to do. Yeah yeah. I know it. I know i just oh so fulfilling done load trucks and then cart the boxes into a warehouse. Oh good time. The fact that that's a category just interesting. Yeah yeah it is. It is interesting by the way. I got to throw this out. So the actually the buddy. I was mentioning one of them. His name is steven and it really bothered him a couple of weeks ago. He texted when we're on the topic of doing push ups and A study had come out and said that if you can do eleven pushups your chance of your heart going bad on you greatly decreases from if you can do ten pushups in a row. That one extra push makes a huge difference. According to that study. I called bunk but go on. Hey yeah regardless anyway. He had texted that he sa- he texted. I did seventy five push ups this morning and i mentioned that on the air but didn't say his name and he said what you say my name all the time when i was the guy that eight seventeen pancakes in a row and wire kids share stephen. Seventeen pancakes Born i lose sixty pounds. Seventy five push-ups. I'm just a guy. Beautiful feels pretty funny. Full craft stephen wade out those push. You are a stud seventy five hundred. That's a lot of ups. Oh heck yeah you're you're hardman hard man. We also got an email back. Then there's that discussion about a guy who does many many pushups he runs blah blah blah. And he had to have three stents put in because he's just his body chemistry wrong. He's got the genetic who predeceased predisposition heart disease. You not get as many push ups as you want. If you've got that going on all yeah one of the healthiest people i've ever known in my life dropped dead slumped over steering wheel after a bike ride when he was. I hate to even contemplate. So yeah we're going to end the segment. Do you have no sassa show business whatsoever. Strong and getty driver and in my new podcast many questions. I explore on differences. That are similar. -ties by asking people to same seven questions questions. About what makes us happy. What curious about what love leads to us this season. I'll be speaking with the brilliantly talented actor. Viola davis f pick for fighters. Dave girl actor and writer alan cumming wonderful female director sam taylor johnson and investigative reporter ronan farrow among upwards ingathering different answers to the same questions from a variety of people. I wanted to examine how similar and also how individual what inspires us. What makes us grow. What makes us wonder listening. Subscribe to many questions on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"three m" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"three m" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Sixty sixty two and. That's unfortunate do you have something about.

"three m" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:06 min | 2 months ago

"three m" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"It doesn't pull very well so there aren't that many people that are into it but as we've been you know making the point over and over it's about moving the overton window it's about or widening. It is now part of the conversation right. Something that was thought on thinkable since fdr tried it and his own party said whoa. Whoa whoa no way. We all grew up. We were taught in school. That court packing was way too far. It was a terrible idea. Fdr got way over his skis. Too power hungry and and the united states who people shot him down and said too much. So that's what's been taught for decades and decades and decades but now you have serious politicians well serious ails in my opinion but serious politicians saying yes. We should do this. Let's let them build their case a little bit here. Go ahead with fifty five. And i'm disappointed to say that too. Many americans question the court's legitimacy the consequence all americans but especially people of color women in our immigrant communities are at risk. We have a still digitally now. Legitimate six three conservative majority on the court that has caused this crisis of confidence in our country as joe going out yesterday was a left leaning court for decades and the whole warren court in what came out of it is something that people have discussed and talked about since the sixties and early seventies and for generations. The court was way left and That that was apparently okay but when it leans right that's a travesty doesn't represent people of color or something sharon. i love. How marquis just absolutely he leads with people are increasingly questioning the legitimacy of the supreme court. So we need to do something about it. And then he just a string of inaccurate lying slanders against the court wonder whether questioning the legitimacy the jack ass but let's let's run through a handful of clips of people in recent years speaking to this topic. How about the lefty. But well respected our bg and fifty seven. I have heard that there. Some people on the democratic side to increase the number of asia charges. If anything would make the quote appear partisan it would be one side saying when we're in power was only to enlarge the number by the way most of the people i respect who analyzed the court who i respect because i think they're fair about this sort of thing believe it's either three three three now as a court or possibly Four three one. That ed up right now for three to The idea three three three being got three pretty consistent left pretty consistent right and then three in the middle. You don't know where they're going to go. And then the other people. That i respect say i it. It's probably more four three to where you've got four conservative votes you can count on three liberal volts. You can count on and then to them but so but even if that's the case it barely leans right not. It's not some crazy anything conservative. You can count on going through. It's not even close to that right right but fear cells as we are discussing last hour fear also gets a campaign donations you have to state everything is extremely as you can portray the court as illegitimate outta control fascist continuing on with the series eclipse. I wanted to play you. Give us fifty eight. Joe biden two years ago. Our not get into court pecking. We add three justices next time around. We lose control. They add three justices. We began to lose any credibility from the court. Has it all biden back when he was the head of the senate judiciary committee was a bonehead idea. It was a terrible terrible mistake to make remember about fdr remember. That's what he used to sound like. I think he was like fifty. Then that's what it used to sound like kind of a fast talking. Had his wits together guy. Yeah the losing credibility thing is huge. The supreme court. The only thing left where we mostly feel like they make a decision. And that's okay. I accept that. I hate it but But right that's our system we have to live with you. Pack it and then that's over now. It's just the same. Ill have approval ratings in in well below fifty and it's just another political arm. Yeah some people have put it. It'll be third house of a legislature. Essentially it'll just be another legislature. Jonathan turley also speaking eloquently as usual on this topic. Sean brings clipped sixty. would you well. First of all the other question about the size of the court has been debated for years. Many of us have talked about a larger cord but this is not reforming. This is packing. When you say that you're just going to dump four new members onto the core which just happens to give liberals a working and stable majority. That's called packing it's raw. It's not subtle it is treating the supreme court get's a glorified with life tenure that you're just adding members essentially because of their alliance with your agenda and there's guys in an industry that's overseen by the fcc trust us. You don't want that. I don't know what the right number to have for the supreme court is. I don't know what the best number would be. Maybe you'd better better off with eleven or thirteen but you'd have to phase it in somehow fairly over time and in a way that all american people thought well. That's pretty fair. I'm okay with maybe the their people were making the argument that will Nadler's argument was we have thirteen district courts but only nine justices. That doesn't make any sense. Why why would you have to have the same number. I'm not sure how those tied together now. It's a canard false comparison arguments tie or the argument that the population is so much greater than the united states than it used to be. Why do you need more justices than that doesn't make any sense to me. Either you know. I could make the argument. That they're kind of angling to make it yet another legislature. 'cause that's what that suggests but the truth is they just liberals on the court so all of these Creative excuses or explanations are just bunk deal. I'm pretty open to the idea of some sort of term limit long-term limit. I don't hate that idea. I'd be willing to discuss it. Sure another reform idea that people throwing around is sort of a rotation. Because you've got your high level justices on those Those federal courts and you rotate some in and out I don't know what the schedule would be. But that might be a more fair way to do it. I have no idea you know. That's that's again. That's worthy of discussion. That's not packing the court. That's an experiment One more clip from. John turley. Because he i think he's so good Clip sixty one.

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"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

10:08 min | 3 months ago

"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

08:36 min | 3 months ago

"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"That way. He is a soup prematurely conditioned athlete. Who has the mind of someone as tough as any athlete we know of and he has come back from so many things personal professional and also Injury wise so if i put my money on whether he ever puts peg in the ground. Pg tour of it or a major championship again. I would say yes. But whether i think he's going to be able to come back and compete against these guys as he gets older and the game gets younger with column or carolina's guys. That's that's a whole. It's a whole different conversation. Thank you for mentioning his back which nobody has talked about the impact of that crash on his back which has been so problematic for him. Nobody mentions that they talk about injuries to his legs. But we don't know and he may not even know given you know if he's sitting down all the time i mean i don't know what his physical posture is but he may not know if this affected his back right. Well yeah exactly. I mean you just don't know right now. It's way too early to tell ronnie six days out from the koran last tuesday and all those other procedures and all the things that he has had to endure in these six days. We'll say he had that procedure. Tony i believe it was wednesday december. Twenty third either that it was tuesday the twenty second of december. It was just after the pnc challenge the father son event where he played with charlie in orlando his goal was he didn't play. Torrey pines didn't play at the genesis invitational with funds. His foundation that was riviera. A couple of weeks ago his goal was to play once before the masters and then play at augusta. you're talking about a minor back procedure. Which is what he called it. Not back surgery like he has previously a minor. Got tweet if you will of the current situation in his back and that was gonna put him out for at least three months. This is not minor. This is multiple injuries. Severe damage to his legs After a car crash That was horrific and thank goodness. He's still alive Goodness no one else got hurt. You know you can say thank goodness to a lot of things in that situation so if he was only going to be out for is going to be out for you know three months or so for a minor back procedure. Or how long are you going to be out for something like that. It's if not correct to speculate by any means. But i think he's gonna be out for a while based on just three months reminder Back surgery and now you have made his done to your legs. Which are is important to the golf swing. And the way he goes about his business professionally Athletically as he does with his back. I will move to the tournament because you were at the tournament obviously and working the tournament yesterday. Column our cow. I thought won the tournament on eleven when he made a par save and he was okay from there on but he won that tournament. He played well enough to win on sunday and kept the challengers day. He was really really good. So you have wolf or the wolf was terrible and left the tournament in one day but it was really really good in a father. Didn't take a clod. He might have won the tournament as well and more calories are three really great young players and i guess you have to put scheffler in that group as well right well. Scheffler needs to win before he gets put in that category but yes. He's very very good player. It's I'll tell you where i thought more getting with it on the first hole but i was in the booth with notable gay early the first two and a half hours and when the guys all started and i remember thinking before we went to break and came back to he offered that final group. With more cowan billy horseshoe. I'm thinking i wonder how collins gonna react to this now. He's a major champion. He's one two other pizza tour events. He's playing only in his third world golf championship event. Forty seven of the top fifty players in the world are here. It's it's it's a couple of shot lead and i understand. He's got a two shot lead. That's nice but it's the first time in his career. he's ever had a fifty four hole. Lead by himself doesn't matter what the event is but tack on all those things i said. There's a lot of pressure there. So he doesn't need a good tee shot doesn't hit the second shot. It's a good third and then has knee knocker for par if he misses that par. Putt at the first. Who knows how squirrelly gets with a kid who's in that situation basically for the very first time he made that pot. I remember not looking at me when we went to commercial after that and said that was a money for at the first he gets a five. They're getting a lot of people in and he made that for hundred not play the holder well so that that showed a lot of moxie a lotta federal straight from college. Who is a great kid. Tony bantu he play. Wow well wilpon will bind was saying before how much he loved the kid and the kid what he said about tiger was so good was just so good wasn't it. I mean that was a big deal. The tigers i mean he was interesting and this has happened. Yorkshire thousand type study but see. You don't live tv and you do your interview and then you walk away and you're thinking that was an emotional interview. Didn't think it was to get that emotional. He cried there because he talked about his grandfather. Passing away a month ago. You're not because of all tiger thing. It was a build up to that. I didn't realize he was going to go there with the grandfather things so he gets upset. He kind of walks away wipes his eyes kind of looks at me and we're off camera and it kind of looks at because dude you cry like like i didn't mean to bed. I asked the question. I i didn't go there to grandfather. Just that really jumped up and he goes. I was thinking about them all day long. I said it's it's amazing to me. And then he walked away. And i think you walked away. Mazen every tony. The best athletes in the world doesn't matter whether it's an individual sport or it's a team sport they have the ability to compartmentalize and to kind of ease their way through the competition. Whatever the sport may be for him to be sitting there trying to win an event like that in a tight race and then he stretches it out a little bit coming down the stretch. There just talked about the eleventh hole has that three-shot lead a sitting there thinking about his grandfather the whole time while tried to finish off a big win on the pga tour. It's impressive. he's only twenty four years of the twenty years of age tony. He is a really really impressive. That made him millions of fans by the way what he said about. Tiger grandfather made him millions of fans. So if you made them cry you help you help. The people like people like him people like him as a result of that. It's human no question people like him. It's sharon And you know what that message he said is so true tony. It's one thing to you know. Give a eulogy and say all these great things when someone is no longer alive when they're alive say thank you say i love you. you know. Tell someone how you feel while they're alive it's way more impactful than it is when you're just saying it in a eulogy and he's only twenty four years of asian. He's saying those guys who thinks sony. That's that's big boy stuff that's grownup stuff. So good for him. His message was loud and clear. I hope everybody got a chance to hear it was It was very touching. I thought what he said was one hundred percent correct. Thank you steve. We'll talk to you soon. Thank you thank you thank you can i. Can i spend thirty seconds. You gotta go. Yes no go ahead. You've get you had two children. They got their driver's licenses at youngest. Just got his driver's license. All right a couple of weeks ago we. We live in a a tan house. Okay it's it just sits there. 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"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"How good a dc it's good enough. It's not what was better than the pac twelve. It's certainly better than they have no chance they're no good. I mean if these acc teams that are traditional power. no chance the dupes victories. Over the mean so let me let me shift gears on one thing because you've had a couple of days and i don't know if you've done this i don't know if you've called people in chicago but often you do. I know your pows with waddell and with dan. What is the russell will. Does anybody hold to the fact. That russell wilson might actually be with the bears where they surprise that he put on his list teams. He would go to the bands. Yes we are just scared to even think you gotta understand how this has gone from traditional. But you know able to overcome the lack of a quarterback to traditional and. I'm getting a little tired of this to traditional. And i can't even speak about it. I'm talking about people who are in the hall of fame. Who were that uniform. Wore the jersey. You just you just. You can't talk about it. I mean we do talk about it in an official way. But just get your hopes up. And and there's just distrust of the general manager that he is capable of doing anything. Competent concerns quarterback. So now they have this guy out there who's who we would die to have who we would've last time we had somebody. Russell wilson the answer is jim mcmahon. He wanted as many as russell wilson and he should've gotten to another one and got her like two or three times dumped on his shoulder. Crazy stuff that happened. It went down. We're convinced that mcmahon would have won a second or third one. Have you been able to be healthy. But now we have. Russell wilson saying we have a general manager. We don't believe in so what happens. What was the what what would be give up. There's all kinds of the speculation is as you can imagine tony. It's you know. I mean that's it. It's a bigger story than the white sox and the white sox looked to have one of the five teams in baseball in spring training. Now which is on and you know it surpassed everything the bulls. The bulls were tied for fifth like one game ago. And but this story about russell. Wilson is taking everything and i'm on chicago radio with and sylvia every wenzel sometimes additionally which may be the case now because you have this story hanging out there. The russell wilson names four teams and by the way russell wilson comes to chicago and does something like lead the bears to the super bowl. He they'll build a statue to him for outside so you feel for one season and we don't know we don't know there's talk about giving up khalil. Mack with seattle khalil. Mack talk about giving up. Roquan smith smith. Who is just i mean. I think he he might literally can tackles last year So you have this thing that. There's a desperation about the quarterback situation. I've never seen so it. Tony one thing. You don't realize it's eric reid home and i like especially up through the super bowl know. The bears weren't still playing. Eric and i will look a famous games. The bears have played in our lives. So this goes back you know for me. Following the bears fifty. Five years for eric following the bears forty seven forty eight us was. We're going back over half a century between two of us and we will look famous performances. And eric will say okay. Let's look up bob. Appollini the game. That walter payton ran for two hundred and seventy five yards and beat. The vikings thirteen to ten just putting sample and eric will just started laughing. 'cause we were kids and we'll say okay. What do you think he was. And abilene was seven for twenty one for eighty one yards in four interceptions. Something like that. Not as deductive as he would have hoped tony their playoff games where we go. Okay what do you think. What do you think avellino was in the bears. Nineteen seventy five playoff game. We're peyton went. You know forty two carries for two hundred was the numbers are such that you just you start laughing you the washington football who knows nothing of anything. This putrid most franchises. Don't so that's what we have. And if russell wilson could just come even if he did a drive by if you said you know what trade the whole team to me for one season i'll come. We pay here. Maybe maybe so. That's what you asked what that story is i will. I'll talk to you later. I'll talk to you later on boys and girls we will take a break when we come back. Steve sands will join us. And we'll talk about tiger. I am tony.

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"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"three m" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"The tony kornheiser show is on. God knows it's not like me to complain. It's not what i do right. I don't michael. I i'm not a complaint is your weekend. Yeah it is. The weather here is so miserable. It the last five six eight weekends whatever. It is the weekends in january and february so miserable not snow thankfully but rain so that there is no lawn finn and the guys from pineapple landscaping have to come resod everything and it's not just the dog it's just everywhere you step. It's a sponge and you sink down into your own yard and then the mud comes up and if you do have a dog. The dog churns up the mud. It's actually disgusting. And i look forward michael. We think there might be a like about a four or five day stretch where there would not be rain. Might try things. I think there's gonna be. Some rain may be in a week or so. But i think you're now through the weather you've been describing march is supposed to be well over average. It'll dry out. But i show up today and chessy looks chic been rolling in mud tobacco discussed. And you don't really attempt to dry her washer off now. She sitting on the beautiful sofa behind me. Well you know it used to be beautiful narrow mud floors. They say in the odd couple. Now it's garbage. I got a got a really nice email. It's news you can use from robert bolster a little while ago about a week ago and it gave the two thousand and twenty two two thousand and twenty one eastern united states seasonal snowfall totals as of five pm february twenty first. That's a week ago. Five pm february twenty. First you know what city in america had the most snow binghamton new york binghamton had ninety point four inches at that point. How much work that. One snowstorm that that was awarded in the roof. That was forty. Okay they normally get fifty nine point six inches so they're way over. Caribou maine was second worcester. mass was third. Buffalo was fourth buffalo and rochester and syracuse buffalo and rochester gets seventy five inches a year. Syracuse gets ninety six inches. A year of snow gets more snow than anywhere every single year and they were thirty inches behind binghamton binghamton number one with a bullet share that with people share something else as well. Our friend pat forty now with sports illustrated his daughter. Brooke the swimmer at stanford. Nigel told me that she was named the pac.

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"three m" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"three m" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Okay later on this hour apps that you want to make sure that aren't on your phone because they could be running it in just a few miles can take about how cosco needs to car and also what's going on with CVS you get these when our deliveries now we ever digital life pack that you definitely don't want to miss all about freebies and of course the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again as a way to join us and how about we start this hour with trying you in an Arbor Michigan and here's the reason why I'm so super excited to speak with you because you know there are a lot of the experts in the tech industry charm right but you're an expert in shoulder surfing thank you thanks for having me so the reason I'm interested in showing a serving is based on my personal experience that I take a lot of losses and public transportation and when I on the bus I usually realize like somebody else he's speaking at others device screening for some tires I may accidentally do it so I think it is a very important question do you like how can we protect our privacy well yeah because you know what I it's it's happened to me too it's like you know you're sitting there and you're like you know you look your fuel somebody looking at your right you know and and then or you and then you have your laptop open and you've got whatever you were gonna maybe it's a sales presentation you know war sometime a confidential document maybe it's just an email to your mother that you don't want everybody to hear some stranger to take a look at now they're they're all over I don't see how people they can figure out your pen number by looking over your shoulder to so there are some privacy screens like big companies like three M. make these now how is how is what you've developed called hide screen how is that different okay so so I know that now there's like people usually like attach apprentice stream on your device to protect your privacy but soul holy works is basically that in that match the viewing angle of the user so once a a person that abuse your device that being a range that he will not be able to see your information on your device screen however if the person is standing right behind you and he's also in the viewing design a viewing range of the prize film band he's still able to see your device spring and the the high screen the caption skiing with default is by manipulating the official Franklin see all of the information shown on screen therefore even if a person is standing right behind you can you will not be able to see what it is showing on your screen so now is this is is this something that you developed as a product or is this something that you developed as part of your studies there in an Arbor the university of Michigan so is it is the research project I started in university of Michigan and my adviser and I are discussing like a how to commercialize it we haven't have like a fixed timeline yet because it can be one of the matters like you can be either information assets after that we can publish apps store or we can like can find is some full manufactures and Cooper with them to integrate a in an operating system yeah it seems like it should be part of like an iOS update you know I mean like why would this not be already part of this the operating system because so many of us whether on a bus or train or even just sitting next to somebody in a Starbucks I mean what we carry around with our smartphone right now is we're truly carry around our lives is pretty innovative what you've done yes thank you and so yeah so here's what I'd like you to know is that as you keep developing this product I want you to keep us posted here on Kim commando show you know I totally see this being being integrated into Sam song and and as I mentioned apple's iOS and I think if this is what you're doing while you're studying at the university of Michigan we need to keep tabs on this guy he's super smart thank you John thank you so much for joining us Hey I have to tell you about express VPN because in the here the internet age we're talking about major data breaches are getting more frequent and they're getting more severe so you want to protect your personal information with express V. P. N. and to get three extra months free of express we P. and just go to express V. P. N. dot com slash Kim.

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"three m" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"three m" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Can stay healthy for fifty to get for all sixteen regular season games Bob from South Carolina is on CBS sports radio a Bobby low Jodi Mack how you doing good you good afternoon good I'm gonna make one one lone postmortem polls within among the whole devils we need it's save an argument if that game was played ten times each team of probably one of five times and that each five a five five because our bowl excellent coaches to great college football powerhouses and that's the thing I will I will I just hope next statement will quit crying about it I mean I know it the person that came on before you had brought up as a topic and I was doing things around the house I think a lot of call or come on and talk about yes but also remember Nick saving almost an Alabama all goals to make that because they all why Kirby smart when fertile for down on the phone with us will be safely in hand again and they S. C. championship which was on your network I believe ani ELO night television side yes yeah yeah on the toll is set but still look here young he he he he's he's a he's a mega control freak he's a great head coach now and how many Daschle chances of the habit Ellis you want and how many now babble what five you know I mean I we just said we should get over it I mean I am biased I'm again cart fan Obel rigidly from Miami sama hurricane Fran so why not we have five in Miami we haven't had one in awhile and one of course Gamecocks at zero some of the home again **** nation to station at yon and call in the coffee market is the flagship of the game okay so obviously leave it out all hang up have a good day you got it thank you much good luck to you game cracks this year yeah the people love it when ethnic saving loses Dante he is on a pedestal because of everything that he's accomplished you pointed out the allies you championship mostly because of what he did at Alabama any misstep any yes stepping over the line verbally people are just waiting that's what happens when you reach the iconic status dead David has people will and take shots human opening bell mega take a shot Nick say but just wants to get back out on the field and start coaching again what trying to put last year's sour taste out of his mouth maybe is not doing the best job pros know what you don't pay it is just as important as what you do paint so the home depot as both pricing on a full assortment of three M. pagers tapes and paid to central St everything you need every day like three M. headmaster fill that Scotch painters tape for.

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"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"It in some random me mccown rebe logged instill. It must've been funny enough at least to justify the suffering. I feel like chocolate milk. I, I have not done chocolate milk. I feel like that could be a really good compliment too many obvious like puffs, but I feel like chocolate milk combined with something like red berry special k could be a really nice like could be a really nice compliment. Yeah, there definitely has to be another dimension other than chocolate present. Because you know, I have this theory that the perfect cereal combo consists of having one chocolate cereal. One strawberry cereal and peanut butter cereal available because all the combinations between the two are spent tastic. So if you wanna take your chocolate milk with any peanut butter or strawberry cereal, you're bound to make magic happen. Just don't put it on like double chocolate crave. Otherwise, you're just digging the hole deeper? Honestly. What cereal is in your covered right now? Besides hunting toasted O's. I also just got the last supermarket box of Halloween crunch from Cap'n crunch. I'm really prepping for prepping for the season by tring all my milk green, whether it's chocolate half and half or otherwise. I have that half finished box of tricks, and then my daughter insists on buying. Lucky charms with unicorn marshmallows now, that's that's in the mix. I'm I, I'm not a huge lucky charms person. It's a little basic. At this point. I made some little more exciting, but those uniform marginals are beautiful. I gotta give it up there. It's lovely. It's a lovely marshmallow, a lovely market. It's true the way that is blend, the colors. It's just more than I was ever able to accomplish in my in my Marsh, marshmallow art education, but is. Seema's gradient across the main just top notch..

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"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Oh, man. There are a lot of dimensions to this question here. A lot of viscosity involved. A lot of flavors, a lot of percentages to cow, he'll late, but I feel I have to start off by admitting as I have on my blog before that I am Lee lactose intolerant very, very ironic, achilles heel for a serial phonetically me, but it could have been worse. I could've been Eller gluten mix for all of you out there. I feel for you. I really do. So I have grown accustomed to trying milk alternatives and because it's only a mild version, I can still try normal milk when I feel it suitable for the the sort of canvas that I'm working with the cereal canvas that is, Alice have to accept any gastrointestinal repercussions as suffering fashion. But I do believe there instances where the milk alternative fits better the medically with the dish. Primarily almond milk. If you have anything like a Honey nut cheerio or perhaps a Honey nut toasted oat. Having that almond component to it, really just supplements that the medic integrity of the breakfast and enhances it. I mean for things like soy milk, that's probably more up to an individual experimentation to see whether you think the plant notes complement certain earthen cereals better. But I think beyond that you just get into more wildly experimental territory like cashew milk, I recommend you stay away from just don't think about it. Yeah, I I have. I would love to like literally all the other alternatives are like better for you. And so it makes it a little hard to to like a wish that I could just choose one of these and and go with it. But there is something about the like it's such important culinary experience to me that like just feels a little hollow. There's like something off when I have. I have to say soy is really tough. That's the one that sort of hits me the hardest. There's like a cardboard sort of flavor with that. I can't really get behind. I have had some good experiences from time to time with almond milk in like a real. Like if it's a real grownup cereal. I mean like a shredded we something like that where it's like heartier I guess maybe is the word I can. I, I have maybe had some some good experiences with all milk area like that. Now when I was doing the low carb thing, I used to have cash e. which is a puffed. It's a puff buckwheat cereal. It's puffed of some sort of grain flighty on this for Kashi. Flee realist- cereal that they're the recommendation was that you would put. Half-and-half doing the low carb thing. You put half and half in there and it's like, I mean, half-and-half is intense. Like that's an intense cereal experience. Like I, I don't think I have ever gotten to the bottom of a ball with two percent milk and felt like. Why? Why did I do this? And I definitely felt that way when I was doing the half and half thing. Yeah, yeah. One time I believe for sort of a half, joking cereal review. I was reviewing the receives flavored coffee Creamer and I made a bowl of reese's puffs with it reese's puffs, and it was just. Thick chocolate peanut butter anchors straight to the intestines, but you know it all worked out in the end because I posted a picture of.

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"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Spoon. Any other new news items? Anything else on the horizon? Well, if he's the, the hostess cereals were sort of harbingers of great serious to come. He'd be right because shortly after finding those listings, I also found one for a cinnamon toast crunch Chereau's cereal, which of course immediately makes me think of the post brand many cinnamon Chereau's that came out now. Long ago. I don't know if you remember those basically. Yeah. What did you think of them? I, they didn't give me. I think the the sentiment that was -sarily kind of hoping for and pure crunch is like a weird mix with Toronto's for me. I felt like texture just couldn't get there. It's true. It's more like a cinnamon Tamale Serio at that point. Yeah, exactly. But yeah, so that's what immediately came to mind because post cereal was meant to compete with cinnamon toast crunch to know so many years down the line that post many cinnamon Cheerios are done in gone. You have to wonder whether. They're not trying to throw shade at them here for their failure to compete with the big dogs. Stealing quintessential shape. I guess. But also if if got out of the game, you have to give that shape up. You know. You have to. You have to let the next person take swing at that. That's true. You can't take it with. You can't on the pieces. Go back into the box. That that could be good. I think you hit like a sediment flavor. Really well, you know, a cereal that did that great was, did you ever have. Crunchy stars. No, I haven't, but I've heard much much of the lower behind it so to speak. It was. So it was like a really good. Know star shapes like a really good cinnamon flavor based on the Swedish chef. Paul people like why on earth like that would be a. A serial character, but there's a nervous commercials where you see his weird human hands. Eating Kirk. She stars felt in the cereal. Well, that might be where the cinnamon star crunch from cinnamon toast crunch came from minor. Just been another put down. Cereal tag, mystic. So we figured this one out well. We didn't sort of time did general mills is released Chiro 's snack in a little bag and tastes like cinnamon toast crunch, at least it's supposed to have eaten it. We were gonna cut out the part where we were speculating, but. It happens. Enjoy the rest of the show. All right. Dan, I think I'm mentally prepared for. The review this week. Are you sure? Do you have your geometric priorities in order? I do and this is this is a peaceful place in is not contentious, and should Dan Nyerere's agree to feel differently about fruit shapes and tricks and tricks? How about fruit shaped tricks while this is a very contentious subject for many reasons. First of all, we've seen tricks. We've seen tricks, strict, serial, go through a lot and started out as severe shape, cereals, simplicity of color. So long ago. But then they change it in the early nineties to these cute little fruit shapes, kind of like the runs candies. You see, but ten times softer. And they were really beloved by all the children who grew up in that area and associate them with the wonderful commercials, the Atlantis cartoon plots and all the fun innocence that came before. Why k sort of, you know. Ruin the fruit shapes for us. So venture general mills decided to respond to consumer feedback and which probably means dollar amounts and turn them into fears and not really well liked amongst people, especially as they continued to shrink them into mini tricks and eventually turn them into all natural tricks that must have been too much for tricks fans to handle, so they can plane route twenty million or so complaints about wanting the fruit shapes back and the original colors back..

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"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"three m" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"It's been going on in the world of cereal news. There is so many rumors coming through the the general mills room, or as I like to call it how things bubble up, where where do these things come from? You know, there's a lot of snicks lutes out there that are always stocking different, different new product. Listing sites. I partake in the in the investigation. It's fun to have a little wild goose chase online. And so these a lot of the times these entries come up for new serials in reputable locations, but they don't come with pictures. So we're just left sort of, you know, picture them in our minds like the blind man touching elephant, we just get a taste of what's to come. And in this case. Actually stumbled upon this when myself was to hostess serials like the snack food company. Okay. Never before seen in the serial. Absolutely. I don't think we've ever seen any snack cakes cereal. But when you think of hostess and cereal, you'd probably guess would make a twinkie cereal or a cupcake cereal or one of their their flagship snack cakes. You know the ones that put on a flag if they were sovereign nation. But instead here we got two of their more underrated or niche cakes Honey bun and Howard sugar doughnut. Cereals are the two that are allegedly coming to shows according to what I deem to be trustworthy source. Fascinating. See, I feel like a. Powdered Donut. Cereal could be very interesting. Yeah. We recently saw Cap'n crunch bus out his sprinkled Donut crunch, which was innovative. It really harkens back to the sprinkle spangles of the last century that kind of went unrecognised with the tiny little candies fears that are on top of the larger. You know, candied ring. You could almost see them doing something like one of the frosted Cheerios that like that sort of take grits. OD thing that has like a frosted coating. I can't really be like Howard per se, you know, because it's like that would get really rough in milk, I think, yeah, it's interesting that we don't really have any existing tech cereal tech necessarily compare this to. We don't know which major cereal company. If any is behind these hostess cereals. They could be having some secret cereal technology that we don't know about brewing in their underground twinkie factories to really blast the flavor on there like you see on one hundred powdered sugar debt. 'cause I don't know how they do that. The Honey bun that could be what was that? There's a serial light this, right? Like a cinnamon bun type. Kellogg's did a cinnabon cereal might still be around some of the outlet stores that sell out of date cereals. But never a Honey bun. Very interesting cereal fusion recipe. I like to think of it as well. I hope that we get to check those out. That's pretty good. You never know somebody entering the game for the first time though. You know, they're gonna come out and crush it or they stumble out the gate? Yeah, I don't know, but at least hope they sort of insight little Debbie to join the competition too because I would love to see oatmeal cream pies. Thank do anything. And how about the Yankees cereal? Right. Yeah, could be coming down the line to really blow our minds Caesar to test the creamy waters cry gaffe. Yeah, I don't know how cream filled a tubular shape that I don't think necessarily in the breakfast world before Burston your mouth on your.

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"three m" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"three m" Discussed on Mike Drop

"That's a fairy as shit you're all you're just trying to train people be criminals like no that's really not the primary reason is that it teaches you what locks are good so teaches you how walks function and how easy and susceptible they are two things like you know using a bump key or a lock pick or just in general just drilling lock or something like that so the stronger the lock better made it is the more you're gonna pay for it but the more secure it's going to be and that's really why i kind of geek out on lock picking stuff is that i like to learn that so does it blue company make home or door locks yeah and that's where i was going to go with that is that i actually recommend having a double cylinder lock and what that means is that you have a key way on both sides so you can use a key to lock the door and then on the back there's also a key to lock the dead bolt on that side too so people might think well why do you need a key on the back of the door well so think of it this way let's say a criminal egner series window and they like crawl through the window and now they've they're trying to take your tv out with they can't fuck an open the door get your tv out how are they going to get it out well they're they're gonna have to go through the window guess what that's by more time that's more time that your security alarm company is going to be learning the police and so on and so forth so you know buying time can can be on every angle i'm even if you have a back like glass door and you think well why even bother with a aback lock on or double cylinder on that door same thing you know they yes they can always break out the glass but they're still a narrower passageway that they have to move through and you know just slowing them down anyway you can so you talk about windows one of the things i talked about on the first podcast was three m which is which is got off expensive but one thing i think that's important for people to realize whether you're building house looking at houses to buy rent what have you or even you know on your home and has what it has you know what's what are some good tips for for windows that whether you know take take the windows in this place as an example you know what what can you offer in terms of hey if your windows are ex you can do this to them to at least make things more difficult for people was furniture you know whatever so what i like are those little window locks they're really cheap keep they're just like a little set screw that screws or window frame and it acts like a little lock so it basically prevents the the window from lifting up on the track and i have those all my windows and that's another just time issue you know yes can they can someone just unscrew m and you know take them off the window yeah but rightfully so i also want to be able to take those off if i need open a window in the fire something like that too i don't wanna permanently closed my windows so short of doing that i think that's one of the best options that's out there and then like you mentioned that security film is really really good to is there to your knowledge a security film or somewhere like say another i don't know if it's three m or not but i know that there's i looked at him just because the sun so fucking intense yeah is like there's some uv films that you know that help glare and keeping shit from inside your house getting as hot or fucked up by the sun does something like that help some of the kind of the tensile strength integrity of windows in terms of getting bricks and shit thrown actually if you're going to invest in something that's not the security film and what that security film does is that you can get it installed on both pains or both sides of the glass but what that does is it just prevents it's not full proof so meaning eventually over a given period time they're still gonna be able to crack the.

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"three m" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

Anxiety Slayer

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"three m" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

"In a home of static environment whether or not wishing themselves forward to the waters of their competency and then they're not sure what they're actually capable of doing and they're living in a home of that environment then they're not sure about what they're continuing to be capable of then they start to doubt they started out yourself respect it's our dowd theirselves worse and so it's important to sort of always live on the edge of what your competency it's not to the point of panic but what can i do neck how can i personally have next so some people even if it's just okay i'm going to like say year and i'm going to learn how to learn a foreign language or i'm going to learn this take a class in this or it doesn't matter but just expanding your horizons pushing the envelope in any way just so that you can continue to personally 'em little on your competency to show yourself that you can continue to learn new things and push the borders on yourself is important because competency is definitely an affect of living a life data side so the third aspect and basing fears the force is a boy ding assumptions a lot of people make a lot of sumptious about what other people think or what other people are going to do people do that as way to three m lee cope with what they think's going to happen like chess game so if this person going to do think this or do that then i'm going to think this or do that in return so it's like having six moves down the chessboard in order to protect themselves from different eventualities problem with that is that many of these things never happen so a lot of that than with mind chair is picking up wish actions that never happened at all and the other problem is that our behavior changes they things that never happened based on things that someone is never actually thinking and there's something that another person never actually going to do just things that we worry is going to happen i think that would be worries i'm going to do i'm courage people very strongly to have been frustration tolerance and patience with the unknown to wait and see whether something actually happened and then only act and believe in your problem solving abilities to coke if something were actually happen as opposed to plan for all eventualities that may never happen again this develop self confidence in your bility shoot problems and coke should something happen as opposed to believing that you need to preemptively cope with a lot of things that may never have it which just creates a lot of anxiety another athletes to let satisfaction the this component is to avoid people pleading behaviors and the reason for that is because people try to please other people as a means to avoid create a something into sensibility and avoid being abandoned the problem with that is that a lot of times there's of the leaf and reciprocity from the environment if i help out this or i do that then maybe the environment will treat me in a similar matter unfortunately the outside world is fickle and unreliable and all you really have control over your behavior not other people's response to you so if you would like to do something for somebody else that's great but i don't think that people hoping that a certainty of your move built in pined is going to be effective in terms of securing indispensability relationships with others and so people need to believe that they're lovable regardless of whether they are providing a service whether it's problem solving or helping or biting and other person their belief in their love ability indispensability needs to come from within not from trying to cure it to reassurance reinforcement from the outside world because the outside world is going to be fickle about giving that reassurance and reinforcement on a regular basis as people's develop more of a belief within themselves reassuring themselves reinforcing themselves as opposed to.

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"three m" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"three m" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"And i wish breakfast place would realize they have a whole and stop trying to make lunch because watch this timeline there are people who wake up at five am and needs some breakfast then then you're going to get around like nine to eleven the normal people breakfast crowd maybe eight tool eleven little eight eight then you're going to get the college kids waking up late that's going to be like your eleven to one two maybe even three then you're going to get the people that have to go to work at night that wanna grab food before they go that's like the four o'clock or early bird special and those people early bird special people will eat anything as long as it's cheap it's not really about whether it's pancake or an angus beef burger it's about being four ninety nine so just make it four ninety nine at four o'clock and five o'clock and you're gonna have a line out the door then you're getting into dinnertime so you're getting people that are like one a special treat let's go get this dinner may dip a little bit but that's fine 'cause where are you going to crush it when every other restaurant is closed and it's midnight one too three m and i'm coming home drunk from the bar i see that blue light on the horizon of i hob and i'm like gimme that you're crushing it at all hours of the day just be good at it stop making lunch food if you're a breakfast place that's my take i have a pounding headache in q when you clap it always makes me uncomfortable.

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"three m" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"three m" Discussed on Security Now

"I'm or upstream of the directory where which is your your normal logged in directory four that service in essentially in order to escape from from what week containment that server provided so day by doing this they were able to explore with end and this is all wrong over the network their nafta opening up or priority chipped loser at aim is just talking to port ninety one hundred they found be linic slash been directory demonstrating that it's possible to traverse into that that printers lennox directory okay then using three m p j l commands the did did this port ninety one hundred supports several different protocols one of them is the called the printer job language and there's an fs query fs upload an f s download command which provides them with read right access to the printers files systems so then they demonstrated that using two of those f s quirion f s upload with combined with a directory traverse sold they're able to retrieve the contents of for example the printers slash its cetera slash password file which is again another standard lennox component and then by using the fs download command they discovered that after they had surveilled the exposed files system they were able to add a static invocation of the net cat command upon booed up okay the hers no reason that printer firmware should have the net cat command in its binary directory except it's someone just didn't care they just took a standard lennox build an put it in this printer which is insane because with net cat uk worked up the mean there there there's there's no purpose for the her to use net cat armed may be.

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