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Phil Heath Talks with VivaVegasTV After Mr Olympia #mr #olympia #on #tv

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The newly crowned 4 time Mr Olympia Champion, Phil Heath. talks exclusively with Sancho Van Ryan on the red carpet of XS nightclub only hours after winning his fourth consecutive Sandow trophy. Sancho asks Phil how it feels to get the win and about the altercation on stage between he and Kai Greene. Phil talks about how happy he is to have won and glad the event is over so he can enjoy the after party at XS nightclub with his family and friends.

Phil Heath reveals the first thing he ate when he got off the stage, Pepperoni pizza it definitely wasn t the best brand but it was the best tasting one if you know what I mean. He also talks about how having strong family support and such strong support from the fans alleviates some of the stress of having to compete at the highest level every year.

Sancho asks Phil if there s a secret to being fit and healthy. Phil responds, As far as I know the secret is making a decision and sticking with that decision. And ultimately realizing that it s a marathon and not a sprint He also talks about how bodybuilders are using YouTube and social media to let other people see into their world. Phil talks about dedicating this competition to his father who recently passed away and how special it was that the 50th Sandow trophy was made of 24 karat gold.

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Kelly Clarkson – Mr #mr #know-it-all #lyrics

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Mr. Know It All lyrics

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[Verse 1]
Mr. Know It All, well, you,
You think you know it all, but you
Don’t know a thing at all, ain’t it
Ain’t it something y’all?
When somebody tells you something ’bout you,
Think that they know you more than you do, so you
Take it down, another pill to swallow.
Mr. Bring Me Down, well, you,
You like to bring me down, don’t you?
But I ain’t laying down, baby I ain’t going down.
Can’t nobody tell me how it’s gonna be,
Nobody’s gonna make a fool out of me, baby,
You should know that I lead, not follow.

[Chorus]
Oh, you think that you know me, know me,
That’s why I’m leaving you lonely, lonely.
‘Cause baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
You don’t know a thing about me.
You ain’t got the right to tell me,
When and where to go, no right to tell me.
Acting like you own me lately.
Yeah, baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
You don’t know a thing about me.

[Verse 2]
Mr. Play Your Games, only
Got yourself to blame, when you
Want me back again, but I
Ain’t fallin’ back again.
‘Cause I’m living my truth without your lies,
Let’s be clear, baby, this is goodbye.
I ain’t comin’ back tomorrow .

[Chorus]
Oh, you think that you know me, know me,
That’s why I’m leaving you lonely, lonely.
‘Cause baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
You don’t know a thing about me.
You ain’t got the right to tell me,
When and where to go, no right to tell me.
Acting like you own me lately.
Yeah, baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
You don’t know a thing about me.

[Hook]
So what, you’ve got the world at your feet,
And you know everything about everything.
But you don’t,
You still think I’m comin’ back, but baby, you’ll see
Yeah!

[Bridge]
Oh you think that you know me, know me (yeah),
That’s why I’m leaving you lonely, lonely (oh).
‘Cause baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
You don’t know a thing about me!

[Chorus]
(Oh you think that you know me, know me)
You ain’t got the right to tell me,
(That’s why I’m leaving you lonely, lonely)
When and where to go, no right to tell me.
Acting like you own me lately!
Yeah, baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
(That’s why I’m leaving you lonely, lonely)
You don’t know a thing about me.

[Outro]
Mr. Know It All, well, you,
You think you know it all, but you
Don’t know a thing at all, ain’t it.
Yeah, baby, you don’t know a thing about me,
You don’t know a thing about me.

Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/k/kelly_clarkson/mr_know_it_all.html

Unregistered Oct 21, 2011 at 4:16 pm

I think this song is about a girl who has a crush on a boy and he pretends to like her, then he starts to make all her decisions and control her. He then realises what a brilliant girl she was and starts to like her. But then she decides that she has had enough of him and she s going to leave him, but newspapers are teasing her about it. She decides to move own because that s for the best ;).

Unregistered Oct 19, 2011 at 4:30 am

Its about a person who tries to control your life, because they can and one day you wake up and discover you are in control of your life, then you take them by surprise you show them you are strong, that you don t need them and they really don t know you. You break lose from the chains that bind you and set yourself freeand in the process you never go back. You didn t lose anything but in the in the end they lost the best thing they ever had.

Unregistered Oct 9, 2011 at 3:30 pm

I think it s about the media. In the film clip she is surrounded by all these headlines about her such as So Single Kelly and The Win Went to her Head . Etc. So I think she s saying that they think they know her – but they don t know her at all. And that they like to bring her down as her lyrics say. Always writing bad stuff because they never seem to have anything positive to say. It might also be about her label. I don t know how they are with her but they may put her under pressure to be what they want her to be – not be who she is.

Unregistered Sep 24, 2011 at 7:55 pm

I think this song is about a girl who liked a boy and he didn t like her at first so he took her for granted and never got to know her really. He thought he knew her and made her feel bad about herself but he really didn t know her. Then he realized who she really was and he liked her but now shes not going back to him because he got her all wrong. He thought she would always like him but that s where he went wrong, people move on and they wont be there forever.

Unregistered Jun 21, 2012 at 2:09 am

I have a real emotional connect with this song yeah because a friend was just in turkey and it came on the radio so yeah I feel really emotional and I feel connected as well because my boyfriend thought he really knew me and then he didn t so thanks yeah kelly you helped me so much!
Kelly your raily stunning yeh! You can b a docta if you wanna 😉 dun let the haterz getcha down.
Also of youre bo just a doctor then you can change to dr. Know it all!

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9 Reasons You Need to Watch Wentworth on Netflix ASAP – Today s News:

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9 Reasons You Need to Watch Wentworth on Netflix ASAP

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If you can’t bear the thought of waiting until Orange Is the New Black returns in June. you’re in luck. The Australian series Wentworth (available now on Netflix) is the perfect thing to fill that Orange -shaped hole in your heart.

Much like Orange. Wentworth begins with the incarceration of a first-time offender. But instead of smuggling drugs for her lesbian lover, Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack ) is sentenced to Wentworth Prison for the attempted murder of her abusive husband. While there, she finds herself in the middle of a power struggle between Jacs (Kris McQuade ), the older top dog of the jail, and Franky (Nicole da Silva ), the hot lesbian alpha pup who’s not interested in giving up power. After the prison’s governor (Australia’s version of a warden) is killed during a riot, the administration cracks down on the inmates as they try to find out who committed the crime.

A gritty drama and mystery series rolled into one, Wentworth (which is based on the 1980s Australian show Prisoner ) is just as good, if not better, than any of the big-name American cable dramas that have broken new ground in recent years. Here are nine reasons you should be watching:

OITNB ‘s Laura Prepon and Jason Biggs discuss the pros and cons of playing horrible people

1. It doesn’t sugarcoat prison life There’s no “dramedy” label here. Wentworth doesn’t just veer into dark territory every once in a while; it resides there. Sure, there are flashes of humor, but the show’s gritty violence is more in line with Breaking Bad or Oz than it is with Orange. Any single episode could feature a combination of gang beatings, mutilations, rape or murder. Whereas the ladies of Litchfield make prison life seem fairly bearable, Wentworth leaves viewers completely content to watch from outside the bars.

2. It’s a perfect binge-watchWentworth is edge-of-your-seat television in its purest form. Each episode is infused with its own sense of purpose, with endings that often leave you grabbing for the remote to flip to the next installment. Conflicts are resolved and questions answered in a timely manner that doesn’t leave viewers frustrated or feeling short-changed. Best of all, even after one of the major plot lines comes to a definitive (and bloody) end in Season 1, the show takes a significant narrative turn in Season 2 while keeping the quality consistent. The second season introduces new characters (including a transgender inmate and a sadistic new governor), all of whom make the show even more compelling, as opposed to merely indicating that the writers are grasping at straws for plot lines.

3. The women are badass One of the joys of watching Wentworth is seeing Bea embrace, almost immediately, the dark side she never knew she had. As a result, it becomes increasingly difficult for viewers to root for Bea without reservation. But this is the standard on Wentworth. There isn’t a single character who is too easily redeemed — a far cry from Litchfield, which seems to be the only prison in the world filled entirely with sympathetic women who are victims of socio-economic circumstance, rather than real criminals. Even at Orange ‘s most serious moments, the characters are more soapy and colorful than they are substantive. But Wentworth doesn’t shy away from the reality of the situation – that prisons are indeed filled with criminals and often bad people – which helps make the characters feel more real.

4. The guards are just as compelling as the prisoners The Wentworth staff is far more than behavioral enforcers hovering around the periphery. Each guard and governor is given as much attention and development as any of the inmates – and for good reason. Their lives inside and out of Wentworth are fascinating. There’s the grieving widower spiraling into addiction as he finds out some unwanted information about his wife, and a female guard whose emotional development is stunted thanks to her abusive mother. Oh, and there’s also some inmate-governor Sapphic sexual tension thrown in for good measure – including a dream sequence that’s hotter than any Piper-Alex chapel sex.

5. The characters keep you guessing Any time you think you’ve got a firm grasp on a character in Wentworth. think again. All the characters (including the Wentworth staff and administration) reside in a moral gray area. And even the behavior of the more clear-cut villains is always contextualized (which doesn’t necessarily make their actions excusable, but at least makes it understandable). The most conflicting character by far is Franky, who’ll have you convinced she’s pure evil in one episode and cheering (or swooning) for her in the next.

6. The stakes are incredibly high The problem with a lot of shows these days is that the world they live in is too safe. Walking Dead fans are prone to chanting, “If Daryl dies, we riot,” when it’s pretty clear that producers would never actually risk killing off their biggest cash cow – at least not until closer to the series’ end. On crime shows, it’s too easy to predict the killer or next victim based on who could be most easily removed from the ensemble and cause the least ripples. And on supernatural series, death fails to mean anything more than a rote plot device. But on Wentworth. anything is possible – which means anyone could be the next to go. The first season alone features three shocking deaths that dramatically change the direction and make-up of the entire series. That’s because Wentworth doesn’t use its setting to explore in-depth character studies or the effects of race and socio-economics on the trajectory of a person’s life. It’s more interested in mining the enduring human instinct of self-preservation in its most primal form: kill or be killed.

7. BoomerWentworth is dark. So oppressively dark that at times it seems almost too much to bear. And then Boomer (Katrina Milosevic ) walks in. There are a lot of incredibly complex and interesting characters in Wentworth – the peace-keeping Liz who will go to the ends of the Earth to ensure the best for the women of Wentworth, but sabotages all chances at personal success; or the wily Simmo, whose maternal instincts put her in constant conflict with her mob employers – but Boomer is not one of them. She’s a simple creature whose volatile emotions are easily manipulated, making her the perfect fit as Franky’s loyal attack dog. But Boomer’s cluelessness is also her biggest charm, whether she’s getting a makeover to help move on from her ex (who left her for her sister, BTW) or trying to find her inner vamp on the dance floor.

8. The outside world is expertly integrated Though early episodes of Wentworth are eerily similar to Orange, flashing back to an individual’s life before being incarcerated, the drama soon drops the format altogether. Although Wentworth still uses flashbacks when necessary, the series also finds other ways to escape the suffocating claustrophobia of prison by incorporating characters’ current outside lives. And in fact, some of the strongest moments take place outside the prison gates. The show follows the guards home, where they struggle with PTSD, questioning their sexual identity and trying to right the wrongs of their past. It gives insight into what the life of an inmate’s child is like, when we see Bea’s daughter’s dangerous attempts to cope with the feelings of guilt and anger her mother’s incarceration left her with. It also isn’t afraid to let women leave the confines of the prison. When a character is granted parole, we get a full and heartbreaking story arc about the challenges of adjusting to the outside (unlike the single, brief scene and verbal exposition Orange gave Taystee).

9. Wentworth is better than Orange is the New Black At the end of the day, we love the women of Litchfield and Wentworth, but for those who only have room in your heart for one group of inmates, the choice is easy: Wentworth all the way.

The first two seasons of Wentworth are available on Netflix now. What are you waiting for?

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Our People #mr #wentworth

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James N. Wentworth, Principal

A founding Principal of Wentworth Property Company, LLC. Mr. Wentworth has played a central role in the Phoenix commercial real estate market for over 40 years.

Prior to founding Wentworth Property Company, Mr. Wentworth was the Senior Managing Director of Cushman Wakefield s Arizona and Nevada operations. In his career, Mr. Wentworth has also managed the Arizona operations for CBRE and Grubb Ellis.

Prior to Cushman Wakefield, Mr. Wentworth was President of the Phoenix Division of the Koll Company for 11 years, overseeing development, acquisition, disposition, asset management, and construction operations. Under his direction, the Koll Company developed and acquired over 4 million square feet of office and industrial facilities in the Phoenix market.

Mr. Wentworth is a licensed Arizona real estate broker. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, and ULI s Industrial and Office Park Council; Lambda Alpha Society, a land use organization; the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (N.A.I.O.P.); and the World President s Organization (WPO). He was an inaugural recipient of the Phoenix Chapter s NAIOP Lifetime Achievement Award, one of only six initial recipients.

James R. Wentworth, Principal

Mr. Wentworth is a founding Principal of Wentworth Property Company, LLC, focusing on office and industrial development. Prior to founding Wentworth Property Company, Mr. Wentworth was the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of a venture backed software company servicing some of the largest and most respected companies in corporate America, including The Home Depot, Best Buy, Albertsons and Honeywell. The company was purchased by a division of First American Corporation (NYSE: FAF).

Mr. Wentworth spent the early part of his career with KPMG and CBRE. Mr. Wentworth holds a BS degree from Santa Clara University.

Kevin M. Allen, Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Allen is the Chief Financial Officer for Wentworth Property Company, LLC, focusing on all financial, accounting and tax activities of the company. Mr. Allen brings nearly 20 years of industry experience to Wentworth Property Company and prior to joining the company, Mr. Allen was a Chief Financial Officer for Discovery Land Company and Frank Residential. Mr. Allen also served as Controller / Asst. Controller for Opus West Corporation as well as SunCor Development Company.

Mr. Allen attended Purdue University and holds a BS in Accountancy from Radford University. He is a licensed CPA in the State of Arizona and member of Arizona Society of CPA’s.

Tim Chester, Managing Director

Mr. Chester is a Managing Director for Wentworth Property Company, LLC. focusing on financial analysis, contract negotiation, and design/entitlement processing for office and industrial product. Since joining Wentworth in 2006, Mr. Chester has been involved in the acquisition or development of seven projects totaling nearly 2,000,000sf of buildings and 230 acres of fully entitled land. Prior to joining Wentworth Property Company, Mr. Chester was a Manager of Real Estate Development for Opus West Corporation in Phoenix. His responsibilities included Pre-Development Activities, Project Feasibility, Lease/Contract Negotiations, and Construction and Property Management Oversight. During his time at Opus West, he developed or leased 15 successful office, industrial, and retail projects.

Mr. Chester is a licensed Arizona real estate salesperson. He is a member of Urban Land Institute (ULI), the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Mr. Chester is also in active member in Executive Council Charities which raises money for youth charities around the metropolitan Phoenix area. Mr. Chester holds a BS degree in Finance from the University of Arizona.

Matt Brucker, Director Asset Management

Mr. Brucker is a Director of Asset Management for Wentworth Property Company, focusing on maximizing the value of each property. Before joining WPC, Mr. Brucker was a Project Director for First Advantage Corporation (NADAQ:FADV), a division of First American Corporation (NYSE: FAF), where he represented numerous Fortune 500 companies.

Prior to FADV, he spent time with KPMG specializing in real and personal property tax. Mr. Brucker holds a BS degree from the University of Arizona and is a licensed Arizona real estate sales person. He is also a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).





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Frequently Asked Questions #mr #plumber #indianapolis

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most frequently asked questions and answers from our Ask an Expert for Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing questions and answers. These should help get you started or may answer your questions too.

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Why is the upstairs of my house always hotter in summer cooler in the winter when I have one unit?

Heat rises, thus the reason it’s hotter in the summer. Assuming the system was sized and installed correctly, you should consider installing a zone system if possible. Sometimes the addition of return air ductwork will help improve air movement and help make upper levels more comfortable.

I have friends and relatives that have installed UV lights on their furnace. What are they for?

UV is the abbreviation for ultraviolet. Located in the return air ductwork and by the indoor cooling coil, the ultraviolet air treatment system continuously emits high – intensity ultraviolet (UV) energy.

What should I do in case of an emergency like water dripping from my ceiling?

The first thing you should remember is that safety comes first. If there are any electrical appliances nearby, turn the electricity off at the main breaker.

Why do I have hot water in my toilet?

You may have hot water in your toilet because of a bad flapper in the toilet tank or a bad fill valve.

My furnace and air conditioner are both new, do I really need to have it cleaned?

Yes. Even though your system is new, it still needs to have annual maintenance performed. This will help keep the warranty in effect.

What is a vent and what does it do?

Vents are the pipes (about 12” high) that stick out of your roof. Vents are necessary to vent sewer gasses outside of the home. You can think of a vent pipe like a straw.

During the winter my heat pump on my unit shuts off then restarts with a puff of smoke. Whats wrong?

Nothing is wrong with your unit. What appears to be smoke is steam from the outdoor coil after it completes a defrost cycle. After extended run times the outdoor unit will start to build frost or ice on the coil. The system is designed to go in a defrost mode when needed to clear the ice away and keep the efficiency level up.

What’s that black stuff on my ceilings and vents?

Burning candles can be the culprit for the black on your walls and ceilings as well as polluting the air your family breathes.

Should I be concerned about carbon monoxide?

Carbon monoxide, also known as the silent killer, can pose a serious threat in some instances and is yet another reason to have your furnace and water heater inspected by Williams Comfort Air.

Should I get my ducts cleaned?

Cleaning your ducts may be beneficial in improving your indoor air quality. A premium whole house duct cleaning will help decrease the spread of contaminates in your ductwork and home.

What does SEER and AFUE mean?

SEER stands for “Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio”. Basically it tells you how efficiently it converts electricity to cooling comfort.

How important is an air filter in my heating and cooling system?

It s a fact: the trapped air we breathe in our homes can be loaded with dust, pollen, plant spores, and other pollutant particles. In many cases, it s worse than the air outside.

How important is adding humidity to my home?

As we heat our homes, the air has a tendency to dry out. This dry air can damage the woodwork and furniture you have in your home as well as zap the moisture from our skin.





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Mr olympia on tv #steve #reeves, #steve #reeves #bodybuilder, #steve #reeves #physique, #lou #ferrigno,

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Mr. Olympia s coming back to television, but will anyone watch? Unironically?

The huge muscles. The steroids. The disturbingly orange fake-bakes that make House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) look positively wan.

The baby oil — oh, so much baby oil.

It’s all coming back to television this fall. NBC Sports will air the Mr. Olympia competition for the first time since 1984. But in airing the competition, now in its 50th year, what does NBC hope to gain? Outside of its niche community, are people really that excited about professional bodybuilding?

Something about the sport feels so retro — and it’s not just that it’s heavily associated with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s heyday. In stark contrast to the range of physiques in this ESPN the Magazine’s annual Body Issue, bodybuilding is a platform for the swole, swole-er and swole-est. Endurance is not the point. Dexterity, quickness or strategy isn’t, either. Even strength takes a backseat, working in service to muscular abundance rather than any particular skill.

Granted, bodybuilding is not easy. It demands discipline and a dedication to a regimen of lifting, protein consumption, and sleep (because your muscles actually grow while you’re sleeping) that few are able to maintain. But today, the country is in the throes of a Crossfit craze — new boxes seem to spring up in D.C.’s rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods quicker than crabgrass grows in its languishing ones. But even with its focus on Olympic-style weightlifting, Crossfit aims for functional strength, not just traps that look as though you’ve got two skin-covered mountains erupting from your clavicle.

“You’re most unhealthy that day of the show,” professional bodybuilder Colette Nelson told HBO’s Bryant Gumbel. “You’re dehydrated. You’re limited food. You’ve been over-trained. You’re taking some type of diuretic, whether it be natural or not. That day of the show, I gotta tell you, you look like perfection. Inside, you are just — you’re barely hanging on.”

And while men with bursting-through-their-clothes cut bodies such as Joe Manganiello, Chris Hemsworth, Jason Momoa and Henry Cavill remain more traditional sex symbols, their form is secondary to their acting — Hemsworth even dropped 30 pounds of “Thor” muscle to star in “Rush.” Meanwhile, stars such as Steve Reeves, Lou Ferrigno and Schwarzenegger found success in the movies thanks to their backgrounds as bodybuilders.

Maybe it’s not even fair to target bodybuilding for its reputation for rampant — and rather obvious — steroid use when the scourge of performance-enhancing drugs has made its way through other sports as well, most notoriously cycling, track and field, and baseball. But while cheaters in those sports are running a constant hamster wheel to find the newest stuff that will go undetected by regular PED screens, anabolic steroid use in bodybuilding is widely regarded as de rigueur.

Can professional bodybuilding ever transcend its reputation as a sport for the “I-pick-things-up-and-put-them-down” set? Does it even want to?

And what of the Miss Olympias? The women who compete for that title are even bigger societal outliers than their male counterparts — and like women in almost every other sport, make significantly less money than them as well. Marvel’s new female Thor (not “She-Thor,” not “Thorita,” not “Lady Thor” — just “Thor” ) looks nothing like the current Miss Olympias, driven by what Nelson calls “bigorexia.” Instead, she sports a smaller, more traditionally feminine physique — and a highly endowed, if unrealistic, chest plate — that’s once again becoming the preferred standard on the women’s side of the sport (think Rachel McLish. crowned the first Miss Olympia in 1980).

“They [the International Federation of Bodybuilding] want to make this mainstream,” Nelson told Gumbel, who described her as “a cross between Britney Spears and Thor.” “They want to move it to a more attainable look so it will attract more people. It’s actually smart business. It’s tricky. It’s up to you to say I’m done competing, I’m going to market myself another way. Because right now, they’re really the only game in town … I don’t want to do that. I think I would have an issue with downsizing, seeing myself lose that muscle. It would almost feel like I was losing a piece of myself.

“I don’t want to be like everybody else.”

NBC Sports is airing the Mr. Olympia international bodybuilding contest in two 90-minute specials, the first on Oct. 18 and the second on Oct. 25.





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