6 Burst results for "300 A Week"

"300 week" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks

05:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"300 week" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

"Most podcast, my name is sim. Along with me are my co hosts. And a very special return. Welcome for our 300 episode mine. Islam. What up dough? Yeah, I was like, yo, on a thumbnail, I was like a guest. I was my thing. Sorry, it was like, yeah, so I'm like, so y'all got me on the thumbnail as a guest. Like, what's up with that? We're celebrating 300 weeks. Well, yeah, something. You know, I was I in this episode since two 85. I was like, I wanted to come back because what if we said no, though, what would have happened? Oh, sorry, we got something else planned. Like you mentioned. I actually was going to that's why I was coordinated with Amarin more. I was like, I know where you live, man. Yo. Look who just joined the chat is actually apart from Australia. I don't know, old time old school. From time to time. I was sad, but nice. Oh, we got high some meat from the chat. Doctor, we got the old school. Look a lot you brought up in the woodworks. These nice people out. Yeah. Yeah, I thought you would surprise the listeners too. I didn't know you about thumbnail and all that, but it's all good though, but 300. Every hundred episodes, I think you look sharp in the thumbnail though. That's true. He hooked it up. How you all been? To that left. We chilling, man. You know, honestly, I thought y'all were gonna quit when I left. I was like, you know how mobile when he left you? Yeah. He was like, I thought Mad Max was gonna fall 'cause like I left I'm Mike dropped into the mic still stayed up right now. I just came more talking time, bro, that's all that happened. Y'all been good though. Consistently, it's been solid. You know, I tune in while I'm making my chicken breast and stuff, you know? Nice. Yeah, mister return from Bangladesh, Russia. Oh yeah, what were we doing in the motherland? Giving out more checks? Do you remember that story? Nah, so I don't know if so, my father, he had not gone back to Bangladesh in 39 years. Wow. So he finally, he had some paperwork stuff to get sorted out before he could go back. So he finally got that sorted out in the summer. So he told me in the summer and I was like, all right, we're gonna take you. Oh. And you know, you gotta think about it. We don't have family in America, or most of our extended families in Bangladesh. Oh, is it? So like all his siblings, you think about like, so my dad's like one of 9 or I think one of ten. So right, so his younger his two younger brothers and his younger sister are the only ones still alive. And he hasn't seen them in 39 years. Why? Yeah, imagine that. Yeah, so like imagine that. Yeah, so like I was like, me and my brother were like, we gotta take them. So we had that set up. It was kind of like impromptu. I mean, a few months back, right? So, but I was like, this has got to be it. And so I remember had the camera and stuff because you have to react because you imagine that's your brother for 39 years. Brody must have balling out of control. You know, not as much as I expected. I was a disappointed.

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"300 week" Discussed on Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

03:44 min | Last month

"300 week" Discussed on Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

"Binance coin barely in the green up .3% trading just under 260 bucks whilst the Lana, avalanche, XRP, and doge all correcting in the red and checking out coin market cap dot com, where you can see the current crypto market cap, sitting at $818 billion with just above 29 billion in volume in the past 24 hours with a Bitcoin dominance at 39.6% in the ether dominance at 18.9% and checking out the top one hundo crypto gainers in the past 24 hours, Leto Dow lead in the pack of 9% for the day trading at a dollar 45, followed by optimism, up 5 and a half percent training at a dollar 8, followed by nexo up 4% trading just above 73 cents below that we have loop ring and helium followed by cardano and zcash and checking out the top 100 Cabo gainers for the past week. Finally, a sea of green for the altcoins, long overdue, with Leto Dow. Lead in the pack of 52% for the week, hacks up 33% and Solana up a whopping 37% and checking out one of my favorite indicators, the crypto greed and fear index shows we are currently rated a 26 in fear, yesterday at 29 last week at 28. And last month, a 29 in fear, and if you're not familiar with the crypto green inferior index, extreme fear can be assigned, investors are too worried. That could be a great buying opportunity, AKA, BTF, pot freaking dip. And when investors are getting too greedy, that means the market is due for correction, so there you have it. Welcome once again to everyone just tuning in. I actually just got off of a live with sentiment analytics sharing some updates for 2023, which was very intriguing and exciting to say the least. So be sure to check it out. So let's dive right into today's Bitcoin technical analysis and check out the price action. Bitcoin could be busy forming fundamental support and its current tight trading range, according to the latest research in a tweet on January 6th, trading platform trend rider noticed that 16 8 is becoming an increasingly important Bitcoin price support zone, Bitcoin's lack of volatility has led commentators to debate when a breakout is likely to occur and in which direction it would likely go. So far, the increasingly narrow trading range and place since the FTX saga back in November remains in control. Now on Chan analysis is hinting that contrary to some beliefs, Bitcoin may not have further to fall and the current phase of the bear market trend rider I the one week chart to flag $16,800 as the current 100 week point of control. The price level generating the largest volume and the specific period and the longer period and higher the volume, the stronger the notional POC support or resistance level is quitting him here. New bottom forming a company comment stated 16,800 is the new 100 weekly POC for Bitcoin and simple terms on the last 100 weeks. This is the level where most volume has been traded, which is creating a potential bottom formation as outline here in this chart. Let me know if you agree or disagree with the analysts and should this be the case. Bitcoin could avoid the worst doomsday predictions of the recent months, including a drop to 10,000 or even potentially as low as $5000 in longer term POCs included 200 week at the 9200 mark and the 300 week at $3700, which was near the COVID cross market crash lows from back in March of 2020. Now well activity inches higher on the exchanges, Bitcoin trading corridor was likewise firmly unmoved on the day, according to monitoring resource material indicators, the strongest nearby support and resistance levels were at the 16 and $17,000 marks, respectively, the chart of the binance order book, which you can see on your screen, additional knee showed increasing interest from the largest bracket a Bitcoin whales between

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"300 week" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"300 week" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"And now we're going to move on to a very special edition of par for the courts, which Chris, I think you are hosting, because we enjoy are going to have a bit of a battle this evening. I thought what better way to celebrate the fact that you guys have got to 300 episodes than putting you to the test with a 300 themed par for the course. It is a challenge. I've been looking forward to this for like the last week or so. I think it's built up the anticipation. It has built up the anticipation, but it's also built up the jeopardy as well, I think. Yes. And I have you been Googling the number 300 when it comes to tennis, and that would have been a great show. Please be honest, have you? We'll find out. We'll find out. Particularly well. So the way that this will work, we have two par for the courts. And it will be up to you guys to decide how many of the answers you think you could get to set par and then the other person will decide if they think they could beat you or they're going to call your bluff and you have to put your money where your mouth is and list the answers. So we will have Kim can set par for the first one. Okay. Happy with that. Yeah. Are you okay with that Joel? And the first question is players who have over 300 Grand Slam match wins. And it's men's and women. Oh. I can tell you there are 5 answers that I'm looking for, what would you like to set par Kim? So 300 Grand Slam match wins just to current players. Current players overtired. It is of all time. Of all time, okay, and sit in the singles. Okay. That is correct. Across the men's and women's okay, I've got to say I could get three is actually low. Three or 5, I think. Three. Okay. You've got to play it, Joel, haven't you? Oh, I don't know. I'm not convinced I've got four. I'm not convinced. I've got four answers, but I'm not convinced I'll correct. So I'm going to call you out here. Bring it over to you. Oh God. Okay, and it's men and women, right? Correct. I just had a thought, I was thinking of just people who have played loads of slams, not necessarily winning matches. Okay. Oh, well, okay. I'll go for the obvious ones maybe. Roger Federer? That is correct answer. Rafael Nadal? Another correct answer. Oh, maybe I should have gone for more than three. Novak Djokovic. Another correct answer. Would you like to keep going? And this is ever in the open era. Yes. Serena Williams? That's another correct answer. You definitely could have put all of these. I could have gone for more. I'm crying into a pillow tonight. This is a shocking from me. There's one other player. So I can. There is one of the player. I can tell you it's not Steffi Graf. Martina. It's Martina Navratilova. Oh, I could have got all 5 there. I could have got all 5. Yes, that's Roger Federer with 369, Serena Williams, with 358. Then it's 334 for Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal, 312, Martina Navratilova with 306, and then Chrissy evert had 299 just one win away from exclusive 300 club, which you are both a part of Joel and Kim, having made it to 300 Matt's wins on the podcast court. So Kim is wondering, that is $1. I think Jody got a bit of it. I've got a bit braver, I know. So are you ready for the second part of the course of this week? Let's do it. And this is players who have spent over 300 weeks as world number one. Male or female. It is across both. And there may be some crossover. And how many, how many answers are there total? There are 5. Oh, oh, another 5, okay. Okay, I'm going to have to go, I feel like I have to go broke here. I'm going to say, I can go four, I'm not sure if Kim is going to say 5. Or is she? Be a big that would be a big call. I say 300 or more weeks at world number one. And you are allowed to have crossover with the previous question. I will say 5 sod it. Here we go. Take control of your destiny, Kim. Right, Roger Federer. That is the correct answer. Novak Djokovic. Yes. Serena Williams. Yes. I don't think ref was actually made 300 weeks at number one, is he? Or maybe he has. But I think I need to go Pete Sampras. I'm afraid that's an incorrect answer. No.

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"300 week" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"300 week" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Well hello folks and thank you very much indeed to azib annatto in our intro there a wonderful intro, a wonderful name, as we all know, a big fan of names with zeds in. They are instantly interesting and exciting. So thank you as a Bernardo for your support and for being a friend of the tennis podcast. There was a Friends episode last week paying tribute and telling the story of Juan Martin Del Potro, so check that out. If you'd like to, we have a whole lot of stuff to cover in today's weekly podcast. We have all to greater and lesser extent just watch the first match of the year of world number one Novak Djokovic beating Lorenzo musetti in two straight sets. He is playing in Dubai this week, he says he couldn't have picked a better place to start his year. Except he literally did pick a most certainly a different place to start his year. But he was I mean, honestly, David, you watch more of this than Matt did who declared declared to have been eating dinner for much of the match, but we sat through it and it was pretty unremarkable. I mean, remarkable in how unremarkable it was, it was just ruthless, efficient Djokovic like he'd never been away. Yeah. Yeah, if you rewound to any point of his mostly dominance a year ago or four months ago, it was just typical of what we saw all year. He he looked pristine really form wise and I think he was buoyed by a positive reception from the crowd. I think Dubai is certain kind of crowd that maybe he won't get elsewhere necessarily. It'll be one of the interesting things to see, won't it when he eventually does get out in front of other crowds to see whether there's any atmosphere anti him or particularly for him or divided? Well, there was none of that in this crowd. It was just all very warm and fluffy for him. And yeah, he came out and I think it immediately got him in a good mood. And he's just, he just remains an incredible athlete, particularly for his age. And I know he's not as old as Federer and down and some of the other players, but he doesn't look like he's got any Mars on the clock whatsoever, physically. He looks, he looks at the same as he did. 6 years ago. And Lorenzo massetti I thought was mostly a bit disappointing. He had a bit of a flurry and there was one moment where Djokovic absolutely raved at his own support team, which had grown him in his rich in the box, but I think probably because they weren't getting into it enough or something like that and he absolutely launched a volley towards them when he saved a couple of break points, but other than that, I mean, it was just, it was easy. Yeah, that was the only moment of real jeopardy, wasn't it so Djokovic, of course, a former champion in Dubai. He marches on to the second round. Now this return obviously, it was anticipated for many weeks. I think we knew in Australia that Djokovic intended to play Dubai and we knew that restrictions were such in Dubai that that would be possible. We know that this is a week when he can play or is playing to save his world number one ranking Daniel Medvedev can take that from him in Acapulco this week now. Djokovic is given some very generous comments about Medvedev in that regard. He says he thinks it's only a matter of time. Before Medvedev is well and the born and when he does take when that does eventually happen, he will be deserving of it, which is very gracious. However, I do think he is motivated by retaining that world number one spot for as long as he possibly can. He's on a streak of more than 300 weeks at world number, which is extraordinary and I do think that is a huge motivation for him playing this week. But the return became even more acutely anticipated last week when Novak Djokovic gave an interview to the BBC's media editor amol Rajan. And now this was announced I woke up on Tuesday morning to a BBC newsletter on my phone saying he'd done this interview and there were a number of quotes from it and the news alert informed me that it would be running in a half hour dedicated special at 8 30 p.m. on BBC One. I don't know what's usually on at 8 30 p.m. on a Tuesday. Was it? I had a look. Right. Well, I thought it would be something more high profile than that, but he knocked the elbow the gardening show out of the way. It reminded me a bit of the Harry and Meghan Oprah interview last year, schedules were cleared for that one there. I think that one was on ITV. But anyway, it ran, it was watched by many. I don't think it's now the only sort of big spotlight TV interview that he's done. He's employed this very high profile. PR agency based in London that had done a lot of crisis PR and this is sort of straight out of the playbook. And I think you have to bear that in mind when you're watching the whole thing, not saying that's not the right thing to do. It's probably what I would do in his situation, his situation needed PR ing. You could make the case that he wouldn't be in any of this situation, were it not for one public relations misstep, that Instagram post, where he joined till he gloated about his permission exemption, but anyway, we won't get into all of that. He has been on a PR charge and here is some of what he said to Amal Raj and on the timing of his positive COVID result. He said, I understand there's a lot of criticism I understand that people came out with different theories on how lucky I was or how convenient it is, but no one is lucky and convenient of getting COVID, millions of people are still struggling around the world. I take this very seriously, I really don't like someone thinking I've misused something in my own favor in order to get a PCR test and eventually go to Australia incidentally. He wasn't pressed on the data that's been uncovered by BBC and der Spiegel about the discrepancies in the code numbers of his positive and negative test results and pretty forensic research has been done in that department. I was surprised he wasn't pressed on that, particularly because that is BBC research, but anyway..

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"300 week" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"300 week" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Just interrupt him. And now let's hear some more nice things people have to say about this damn show, which BTW didn't even stock my green room with crammed a Mont, my favorite drink. As I requested. Hi, it's Jill kargman, and I loved being a guest on the unorthodox podcast. Congratulations on 300 episodes, guys. 300 is very special number to me because the movie 300 is like porn to me. This is Wayne Hoffman, executive editor at tablet, AKA your boss, calling to wish you a mazel tov on 300 episodes of unorthodox. Until now, 300 to me bent a perfect score in bowling, something I've never achieved, or a homoerotic movie, which I've never seen. But now, 300 to me means 300 episodes of my favorite podcast all of which I've listened to and I'm looking forward to the next 300 mazel tov. Hi, this has been. You might know me as Ben Cohen, and you might remember me from the one time Stephanie let me be on her podcast. And yes, it is her podcast. In fact, the only reason you're hearing from me right now is that she has no idea I'm doing this. I wanted to give a big, huge mazel tov to the entire unorthodox crew on their 300th episode. What an incredible accomplishment. I can not believe that Stephanie has put up with you for 300 weeks. I'm already excited for my next appearance 300 episodes from now. Hey J crew, this is tad, coming from canton in the south of China. Congratulations. 300 episodes that just amazing. I've been listening to you since you began, actually, from the very beginning. I've laughed at all your jokes including me Auschwitz or especially Mir suits. And I wrote to you four years ago and you read my letter on the air, I was questioning my identity as a Jew because I'm only a core Jewish. I had no traditions back home, but I definitely identified. That was a quarter I identified most with. The unorthodox rabbits said, well, this is a Jew. You gave me confidence and four years later I'm celebrating Shabbat with my goy, but Jewish husband. I regularly go to habad in a nearby city called foshan. I even had a very late in my life bar mitzvah with my new Hebrew name akiva. Thank you guys really. Hi, this is Michelle wolf in Los Angeles. And I've been a listener for many years. I want to say muscle tough on your 300th episode. Every year, I really look forward to the conversion episode around chaveau wrote as someone who was born into a pretty affiliated Jewish family. I'm really renewed and so moved by the conversion stories. I listened to you many Friday afternoons when I'm cooking chiba dinner just like I am this week. Thank you for being there and keep up the good work. Hello, this is AJ Jacobs and I want to wish my friends at orthodox. Congratulations on 300 entertaining and thought provoking and Jewish themed episodes. It's an amazing show. And if memory serves, I was a guest on the very first episode and you guys were newbies to podcasting. I remember you weren't quite sure how to work the equipment. I had to sell you. This is called a microphone and you want to speak into this round part. And now look at you. Your experts. So congratulations on 300 brilliant episodes. I can't wait to listen to 300 more. And be a guest on some of them. Hi, this is Irene savala. And Hal Karp greetings from episode 150. The apology episode of 57 79 where I told a story about making amends. And I heard that story. Which led to a bigger apology. Then together we were on episode 215 announcing we had just gone engaged. No apology for that. We want to say thank you for uniting us and talk on your 300th episode. God, that was heartwarming, wasn't it? This episode is sponsored by the zelko school of Jewish nonprofit management. You shouldn't have to delay your career to further your education. Earn your master's degree in organizational leadership and innovation while you work. Learn more about the zelko school of Jewish nonprofit management at sea school dot HUC EDU. Scholarships available. Hey j.crew, you know what happened in 2021? A lot of great stuff, but also some very sad stuff. And I'll give you an example of some of the sad stuff. There was a catastrophic surge of COVID-19 around the world. For example, in India, there was a historic earthquake devastating southern Haiti. There were continued threats to human rights and dignity in dozens of countries around the world. And these things were sad. But they're a little bit less sad when you have organizations like age AWS working to help ameliorate these problems and make the world a better place. I know that when I do my year end giving, I want some of it to have a kind of Jewish to it. Jewish cast. And what I love about AJ WS is that American Jewish World Service brings that Jewish witness that prophetic Jewish voice to human rights and social justice work around the world. In 18 countries, supporting 500 grassroots human rights organizations. So look, for the work they do in India for the work that they do in Haiti in Asia in Africa all over the world, give to H W make it one of your giving priorities. And you know what? If you.

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"300 week" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"300 week" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Think it's fair to say that we live in a pretty confusing time, a time of growing institutional distrust, a time of erosion with respect to healthy communication, a culture in which taking others down has become more important than rising ourselves up. And a moment in which sense making appreciation for nuance and mutual respect have been supplanted by binary thinking, divisiveness, and perhaps most of all, and most pernicious, fear based behavior. For today's guest, Ryan Holliday, returning for his fourth appearance on the podcast, the antidote can be found through the pursuit of virtue. And the virtue upon which all other virtues sit is courage, the ability to rise above fear to do what's right to do what's needed to do what is true. Best known for pioneering stoicism to mainstream adoption. Ryan is considered one of the world's bestselling living philosophers. His books which include the obstacle is the way, ego is the enemy, the daily stoic, stillness is the key and several others have sold over 4 million copies and spent over 300 weeks on the bestseller list. Ryan's expertise, that being the mining of modern day practicalities of ancient philosophy to live more optimally, is coveted by some of the world's most successful CEOs, political leaders, world class athletes and NFL coaches. And he's here today to help us make sense of this current moment and how ourselves we can live and be better through the lens of his latest book, which is called courage is calling..

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