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"32 seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sundays. College Slate included Penn State, putting a dent in Maryland's NC double A hopes with a big second half Steve Jones Lear Field I MG College Pera, top of the key Far wing, driving to his right dread near Way. 31 Day. Got it four point Any wire leads with 32 seconds to play, do it much better than that saved the hottest man in Maryland. He's got 30, his 2nd 30 Point game of the year. Number four at a gel. The Penguins hit the Rangers with a trio goals and just over a minute in the opening period, then you have getting Malcolm put the blue shirts to bed in the third Penguins hockey network. Here's 71 for the Penguins working out Pittsburgh up the ice. It's capital of the attacking soon as market with and cross a street walking shoots. Scores. Penguins four, Rangers one Gene O machine, O adds to the Pittsburgh lead. Number three dame calls Game team LeBron Doing so just inside half court Marquess sister here on ESPN Radio pronounced. Same time. Will he try the half Court winner day just inside a half for the word? Yes. Brown Windsor Game time in Atlanta. Number two about college game winners in a three verse five matchup from the women, NC State found themselves a bucket better than Louisville. Thanks to this song, ESPN. We'll keep it and take it. The Oh, talk about moving to advanced extra new car got transferred after contain what's covered she helping him on a number one play of the day, The man offered a buzzer beater from deep in the Battle of Cats. Houston's Cougars scratched out one over the Tigers of Memphis. Jeremy Brandt Handley Airfield, I MG college. Sasser looking to get it in Sasser past the half Court. Trey Mom, Mark Mark turn spans fires for the win office. Last slave on board from half court list the Cougars to victory while wanna finish in the regular season finale such a great time for college basketball every year, the tournament bracket. Of 68 continues to add names normally 32 automatic qualifiers and 60 36 at large team, but this year 37 at large team because it's just 31 automatic berth to be handed out Ivy League Is on pause, so they're not represented. This year, The Missouri Valley will be a little the Ramblers are going to the NC double a tournament again. They beat Drake 75 to 65. In the 2021 Arch Madness Championship in a year like no other the Ramblers stand alone a top the Heat in the Missouri Valley Conference, ESPN 13 50 to 75 65 win. Or loyalist Chicago over Drake. Which we've been talking a lot about a couple months ago. ESPN analyst Sean Farnham Great was red hot to start this chief. There are few remaining undefeated teams into January. But then injuries took out their two best players. Now that doesn't diminish your take away. Anything from world was Chicago who's been playing outstanding basketball all season long. Chris John, I think this is a team that could advance in the NC double a tournament. They are particularly the way they played through Cameron threat with around the perimeter, bringing great Biggs away, which kind of negates the side oil. Chicago seven NC double a tournament appearance first since 2018 when they reached The final four. With the Atlantic sun. Give me liberty or give me North Alabama Liberty. The A son. Threepeat is complete. The Liberty Flames reign atop the A son continues as they win their third straight conference tournament title. And punches. The flame sixth trip to the NC double a tournament. Alan, I think it's a dynasty. I think it's complete now. Liberty Flames boards Now we're Darius McGee..

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"32 seconds" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on WTOP

"B A b b l dot com 11 80 Traffic and weather on the eights, too rich hunter in traffic center. All right crash that was sound found 95 down in Stafford County just sounds the exit route 6 30 Stafford, That is since wrapped up in cleared. All wings have been reopened. Nothing left to look at. There's a good news 95 north in good shape from Fredericksburg, up to the Beltway in Springfield. No incidents in your way. 3 95 North issued North Ugly Brody and continue up past the Pentagon. Now the one single lane to the right past the work since watch out for some delays there from time to time. You do have the option of using the express lanes. They are available to North bound traffic. 3 95 south between Duke Street, NetZero, two right lanes past the paving project. If you're traveling on 66 east found inside the belly is approaching Pass Exit. 71 The exit for Fairfax Drive Angry, broke single file right down by the bridge inspection team. Westbound 66 between rosin and Haymarket. For now, no major issues in your way. If you're traveling in Maryland, I 95 north on issue a protrude 32. Two right lanes get you by the work zone. And don't forget he's found 32 as you approach. I 95 the left lane as well as the off ramp to go north and 95 closed as a result of that works, and so no access to 95 north from 30 to eastbound over the ramp from westbound 32 to go north on 95. Does remain open at this time rich under w th T traffic Now the storm scene for meteorologists tomorrow, Theodore Countries tonight are headed into the upper forties Low fifties. It is going to be a beautiful Monday.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on Retire South Shore Radio

Retire South Shore Radio

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Retire South Shore Radio

"Let's talk about what you help people with. I mean look at. I love this country. I love america. It's been really good to me. And i've made it my home for the last twenty four years But i don't like paying taxes. Nobody likes paying taxes. Even people who work in the tax business don't like paying taxes. I've talked to irs agents. They don't like paying taxes either. Nobody does what we all have to do it. It's a reality of where where we you know the the modern world we live in. But if you can you know morally ethically and legally minimize your tax liability. Wouldn't you wanna do that. Wouldn't you want to be able to set your retirement up that your spending your money in the most tax efficient way possible. And that's really kind of how we can add a lot of value to people's retirements our core business as you know. Is the money side of things. Helping people manage their money through brian. l. helping people protect their money. Sure that they have enough and making sure that they're making decent returns but Minimizing taxes or spending money in an efficient way is return in itself. As well i mean if you're overpaying something in from a tax standpoint then you're kind of eroding the return that your money's going to make so it's a huge part of what we do and it's a lot of what i talk about seminars and webinars and i'm really i get kind of nerdy about it but i get fired up about it. That's what i studied in college It was rose tax. That was my that was my my focus and college. So you pick the right major because people everywhere in every walk of life whether you're in a high tax bracket error relatively low on are concerned about this and you talk about the benefits of tax planning and understanding how retirement is affected in taxes. I mean we're talking about the difference between fording money that you can give to your kids for their They're five twenty nine or affording a new car It really does. Add up. Mean most people when they go into retirement. They just think you know. My my tax preparer will take care of all that for me. They're great and we have great relationship with a cpa firm. We have our own guys income. Cpa's and they're fantastic. What their tax preparing and preparing your taxes is already you know. It's a little too late at that point when you're doing your tax return because you've already taken the money out right but we'd like to do. We like to take it. A step further on simulate. Alright if it this way. How much is this gonna cost me. And is there a more efficient way to do that to me is tax planning as opposed to tax preparation. Let's explore a few of those tips and then we'll do more after the break. What would be tip number one. I mean i think you know you need to know how the benefits of tax diversification if you will having a balance having a little bit of each tax Each type type of account that's taxed in a different way to bring that down to simple terms stuff like You know ira's 401k. Plans preach tax accounts. Everyone understands they put money will well. Most people understand you put money in you get a tax deduction it grows tax deferred. You pull it out. You get taxed as ordinary income. Then you have roth. Ira's you put money. In after-tax it grows tax free and it comes out tax free that another tax diversified type of retirement plan. And then you have just straight taxable accounts you know your usual brokerage account that can be subject to income taxes and capital gains taxes depending on how long you've held the asset so to go across the board and understand what different types of plans are available to. You is obviously really important as how you would go. How you're going to distribute the money out in the back in and you're able to advise people obviously everyone's unique and special but hey you've got all of your assets in this particular bundle in this particular package it might make sense to diversify a little bit in thereby save. This amount of money in taxes makes common sense absolutely. And that's what i would say to people who are listening. I meet lots and lots of people And their biggest asset besides their home is therefore a one k or their four. Oh three it's all pre-tax and they think there's nothing you can do well. That's not necessarily true. I mean lots of people go into retirement have big severance packages or large cash settlements or they have money from selling property so they're going to fly under the radar for two or three years retirement having enough after tax money in their bank account to sustain their lifestyle will that opens a huge opportunity for them to maybe transition some of their pretexts money into tax free accounts that will grow going four. Because you know you can't not mention in every show what's going on in the world at the corona virus and how much money has been pumped into the economy and that's not freebie. That's not just money. That's going to go away. That's going to have to get paid back. And guess how you pay money back when when they can't come knock on your door to ask for a check. They increase taxes than. I don't have a crystal ball but i think any reasonable person will see the taxes are really low right now and they're probably going to go up no matter who's elected actually it depends and These are reasons all the more vokes for us all of us to be concerned and to do that. Forward thinking if you will to do that planning and not be caught when the barn door closes. That's why it's a great idea to Attend one of these webinars which are obviously free. Online They happen on tuesdays now. And we'll talk more about other tips regarding taxes and other issues that you should be concerned. About as you get your financial.

"32 seconds" Discussed on Without Fail

Without Fail

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Without Fail

"Looking back to without fail at my conversation with Mayor Nan. Whaley during president trump's brief trip to Dayton Mayor Ueli navigated a difficult course. She tried to strike a balance between the personal and the political comforting victims and thanking first responders on the one hand and advocating for gun reform form on the other and after the president's Rowen visit she dove right back into managing the crisis briefing the press and it wasn't until later that she could begin to process what had happened on that day. And what it all meant this was like such a sort of like an with basically a week your four days four days the city goes through this horrible tragedy. You're sort of like all of a sudden find yourself into the national spotlight and then mm-hmm spending a day with The most I mean in the world powerful man in the world and what I don't know what do you make of that that experience. It's now to D- do you have any takeaways from it. I have to be honest. I get really sad when I think about this. The Sky is more interested in how he's received rather than what he can do. Yeah so I like I have a really really hard time with it. Like just just thinking about it and thinking how just how uninterested people are making sure something like dating never happens again and mm-hmm and I mean it it it it does. It makes it hard some days to do the work. And you know what I find is if you can keep the conversation local the better off you are if you can and then if you can't do local state but then more and more it's getting worse and worse statewide wide Because of national pushes and then if it's national like there is no incentive to govern and You know frankly You know what I see is On both sides. If you govern you lose does it. Does it feel like that because because what you're describing is basically a different set of incentives on a national level local level and sort of the incentives are if the other side benefits in any way. Then we have to be against right that I think that's right but so do nothing do nothing. Don't like even if it's something that Pr. There's pretty broad agreement on such as an assault weapon ban right there. That's that's the thing that's perplexing right. I think isn't the polling on that like most people are yeah. Most people support assault weapon ban and nine out of ten support a background check and nine out of ten like nine out of ten ohioans. Don't even like the Buckeyes I mean. It's it's an insane number people agreeing on something local Husky team for this not listening yes Rate and so like nine out of ten so the question is like how can that be. If like nine out of ten Americans support this thing how is it still not happening. How can we not even a thing that like the the the ninety percent of the country wants us to do right? There's there's incentive for inaction not cooperation and that's the opposite and local Ray. The incentive is to take care of the problem to get it done to move Yvonne to figure a win and you know we constantly are like you know from Labor negotiations to economic development deals to to paving street is like like. Where's the win win win win? Where's the win win? And so when you're doing that and then you look up and see what happens state nationally on no. It's a zero. Oh some game You just exasperated by it right. Yeah why is it easier on a local level. I think you have to you know people very personally and you have to Look people in the eye every day. I think I think to the government that's local the one that actually affects your daily life in a in a more more regular way you know as a real annoying fact if your water doesn't work or you yeah of water is not safe for. You can't get out of your house because the snow is not plowed or and you've got people emailing you about speed bumps like you you you know in hiding you know I just went. Got My hair done on the lady that does my hair said somebody else you know. Of course everyone knows who does my hair in town and She said Oh yes someone came and she said Hey. You talked to the mayor. I have this issue. I mean I've emailed her but I want you you to tell her to you know so you know they even lobby your Your hair stylists in this town there is no getting away no matter where you go and That's the job of of mayor. Frankly and I love it like I mean. I'm not like I love it. I think that that's why it makes us such a special place in In government and such a special place in the world of Politics Mayor Whaley is continuing to tell the story of what happened in Dayton to lawmakers in the nation's capital on the day after President Trump's visit she and over two hundred other mayors sent a letter to Senate leader Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer in it. They urged the Senate to take action on gun. Safety legislation relation that had already passed in the house. This past September Mayor Willy called stricter gun laws in testimony before the house. Judiciary Committee fail hosted by me and produced by Molly Mesic Rob Zip go. Inhibit Bonnie. It is edited by me. Devin Taylor mixing by Keegan's Emma and music by Bobby Lord. If you like without fail please follow us. You can get every episode for free through spotify or wherever you podcasts. Thanks for listening..

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"32 seconds" Discussed on Without Fail

Without Fail

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Without Fail

"Just a quick warning before we get started this episode touches on a violent event on the show today. I'm GonNa talk to someone who is locally pretty famous. She has a lot of influence on a specific a group of people and their daily lives but she isn't normally in the national spotlight. She's a person whose name you probably wouldn't have known whose face you wouldn't have seen on TV. At least you wouldn't end of until one day this past summer when she suddenly found herself in the middle of a tragic crisis at the center of a national debate. My his name is Nan. whealy she's the mayor of Dayton amid sized city in Ohio and I talk about the crisis that put her in the national spotlight but we started the conversation with why she he became mayor in the first place. She told me that she's been thinking about government and what it means to have a career in public service her entire life my very first memory actually is being being four years old and is the Carter. Reagan debate and I can still see the couch plaid seventies couch and my mom is sitting watching the debate and she is. This is bad. Oh this is so bad. She's like really upset. And I think that's why I remember it as a four year old because you notice when your mom's upset and so I said well what was this was bad and she said well. You know Ronald Reagan going to be president and this is bad for for our family and then you know about a year later. My Dad got laid off from General Motors and So you know. I'm like five six years old. He's laid off and my mom is getting dinner on the table and She says do you know why there's is no meat on the table and I was. I was six. I didn't know there was. I didn't really understand me and I said I said No. She's like well. Ronald Reagan took the meat off the table. And and so you know anything that happened in our family during the time. That Reagan was president. My parents laid back to Ronald Reagan. I mean I was so afraid of the man like I thought thought that like if it rained outside it was his fault. I mean so. My parents always have like connected elections. Two like why we get to do things and so or why we can't do thanks. And how when someone's in office it affects our life and they've always like this is something we always learned Do you see it the same way. that your mom did like first of all. Do you think she was right. Do you think you didn't have meat on the table because of Ronald Reagan was that true or too simplistic or exactly spot on I think that it's the Reagan's policies did affect my family. I think that's right. I think was my mom being dramatic about the food. Yes probably she got a little extreme dream about it. I would say but the point still stood that these elections matter to our lives as a kid growing up in Indiana Waleed took those lessons to heart. After graduating high school she went to College Dayton. Start volunteering at the Democratic headquarters. There fell in love with the city. She settled there after college eventually. Became a campaign manager than the DNC delegate than a city commissioner and finally in two thousand thirteen she ran for and was elected mayor of Dayton. I've been married now for six. Years is an amazing amazing job. it is a very tough job. you know. I always like the quote that Lyndon Johnson gave you know in something like in the trials els and tribulations. Whenever I feel you know bad for how tough the presidency is I always remind myself it could be worse I could be a mayor You know it's hard about like what's just sort of in general like what are you what. What's a goal that you're trying to accomplish? And what are the barriers to accomplishing pushing the goal. So in the in the mid sized city role Dayton's the city proper is about one hundred and forty thousand people so the people of the city so see you regularly they You know call you with every literally every you get an email or call about every pothole or any vacant house like very specific as my my trash didn't get picked up. You know those kind of things. Have you gotten an email about potholes. Oh Yeah I mean I'm just a back and forth right now about like these speed bumps and when will they be done on the street so I mean Maine like three and four back and forth on it over email right now get over email against you. Can you pull up the email that you like the back and forth over the speed bump sure are Hervey. I'm pulling it up. Her original email was like was not friendly. Let me see us from Demi from Debbie. I Know Debbie I run into her at the legacy pancake house regularly really. So here's how star. Here's how it starts. So she's like she's email because she's frustrated because you know she gets the run around from mm two departments about the speed bumps and like win the paintings happening in her neighborhood and Mount Vernon and you know those speed bumps were important to my neighborhood and and were to be put in now. I have to get a petition to make my neighborhood save and probably have to wait two or maybe more years to even get them put in. Maybe the work of the city city of Dayton makes citizens do to try to make their neighborhoods safe is unacceptable. I asked about big signs. That's an ex- They say all caps slowdown to be posted around the neighborhood and that request was never addressed previously. The speed limit signs are worn out and and not even properly placed that they can be seen. We have a safety issue of speeding cars all around the city. And I'm trying to take care of my neighborhood and make it safer so I write you you know so. I write to the staffer and there seems to be concerned with Mount Vernon neighborhood. See Below let me know if there's anything I can do to help so then I kind of get back and forth so you forward that to the into the streets the departments or something. Yeah Okay and then I see to make sure it goes through the rest of you know like she gets the answer because I wanna make sure like Debbie anytime she. They've contacted me via email. I feel like you have responsibility to make sure that this is tied up. And so I think it's the size of Dayton city that makes it Such an interesting challenge. You wouldn't you wouldn't email you know Jerry Kenya Philadelphia and say. Hey what about the speed bump rate You you know but our size is small enough that I'll run into Debbie at legacy pancake house in a few weeks. And you know if I haven't made sure that e mails okay. She's GonNa be really mad at me and I you no. That's not good government so I WANNA make sure that they get the service that they they demand for most of her tenure in office. This is how these days went replying to emails dealing with pothole solving everyday problems. She loved that job loved getting to work so closely with her community. But this modest of the job could also be a source of frustration because there were issues her constituents faced that she didn't have the power to solve on a local level issues that went beyond street repairs garbage pickup and on issues like that. She sometimes felt ignored by officials at state date or national levels ignored until one day when one of the biggest national problems in our country became heartbreakingly local for Mayor Whaley and eventually elite landed her in a private conversation with the most powerful elected official in the entire country. It all started early on a Sunday. August fourth twenty nineteen at four in the morning. I have a really loud doorbell and My Doorbell Rings. I shake my husband up and I I thought is like Oh somebody needs something in the neighborhood like somebody got locked out. That's my first thought. Is You know either. Somebody is intoxicated and locked out of their house or somebody just needs something. I Wake Sam up and we go downstairs. I have my phone in my hand and right as I'm opening the door There's a tax that comes comes across from a friend like I just saw the news and then it dawns on me in that moment. Oh something has happened here and Right when that happens I opened the door. Four and Mardi Gras Sousa City attorney is there and I and I said what happened. And then that's when he told me that he said he said Nine people have been shot. There's been a mass shooting in the Oregon district and the Oregon district that's a that's a part of Dayton. Yes what what had happened. Well we learned earned a twenty four year old white male from a Dayton suburb called bill. Brock came to The Oregon district with his sister and a friend around eleven o'clock at night and Through the course of the night he and his Sister in front separated and I and He left and at some point went back to his car which was parked at the end of the block. Put together An assault like pistol gun and went through the back of the alley which was across the street from Ned peppers bar that he was targeting and in the course of thirty two seconds Going towards ned pepper's he killed nine people and Wounded dozens more. Some were wounded by gunshot wounds. The and then others you know people ran out of their shoes. And so you know there was basically a stampede Luckily we had seventy eight and police officers. That were. You're always station in the district because it's near closing time and you know moving people along and You can see video where the police in that thirty two seconds Gab. Their handguns and I think we had one rifle maybe two rifles and came barreling toward the shooter and they killed him. What was the first thought that you most of? I thought that went through your mind when you when you heard the news on your porch that night I think my my your I like. Oh why.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Gall henson shooting wanted on the first ones who scored that attribute for north carolina to possession day what 32 seconds to go but you never know when slowly quite foul soft body on a lawn 3point drive bruce point five and a half minutes with north carolina there deceptive boy and it's a five four lead 3point shooter go through the tar heels alan spins sip agree at the buzzer geno god that north carolina survive championship game tomorrow night seventy four or sixty nine thriller over the nuclear level there will take rv fruit chinyere cavaliers poor the title and have a chance to do what did a year ago came into this tournament not thought of to have the best team to win it they ran off four role when the acc titled that's three wins for north carolina as they come in on a six seed and bob quite a finish here were points in this game of the first habit of the second to think of y'all is to put up a gone candidacy threes but somehow some way they had a chance at the end the texas some sloppy play by north carolina alan got out some outside the art but in the end the tar heels what us well you do for a great deal of credit that fresh really caused carolina a lot of problems they ran it very well they didn't panic it just takes silly fouls they got a whole bunch of turnovers what worked against sydney we talked about it is all those second chance opportunities the carolina got off missing that really short in the game for duke they had much less time to make up the margin and they really have an opportunity late effect they have a chance to tie but carolina got just enough done late to get to the finish line and put together pretty interesting match up tonight against the really kabylia and you could sleep in again with new threats you tell you.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"And click cook palo parents 10 points at five rebounds after missing the game in utah with a bad sore throat rebound by james three on to break here comes harden with ahead is deemed the lane though in noted for two took the rebound when eighty feet other direction and it's a nineteen point half with appeared fifty eight to forty 32 seconds left until halftime your james again a floater gets the contact the pats get out the window what i was a tough shot only inner and then threw it against the backboard said a small prayer rackets up sixty one forty three at the break with harden scoring seventeen of his 22 first half points in the first quarter secondhalf houston would allow the clippers to get right back into it before eric gordon would go into video game mode at the tail end of the third quarter chris paul between the circles austin rivers with him shot clock at seven cp going to step back and launch just see pay the nineteen point lead the rocket advantage although triple from chris 64 fortyfive here's beer between the circles finds a trailer cp three is wide open sets fires and it's a front miss the tap up his good for pj tucker nobody pox dow we're in a white jersey uneasy put back for p another offense of rebound tonight for the rockets harden bats past cleared fire to add throwdown are they start to raise the flag here in downtown los angeles quick pass inside of heart a bad one harrislewis deal finds rivers the trailer thornwell as it up for two mike d'antoni is mad.

"32 seconds" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on KKAT

"The president saying we caught him we caught them the upcoming schiff release adam schiff on all the cable shows making all sorts out but outlandish claims you as a man of wisdom experience where you on all this well i'm very very concert leakey is that we had on capitol hill that was posted to be uh nonpartisan or at least bipartisan was intel screen i'll tell you why you know as chairman you have access to the most sensitive information that the government uh you know involves sultan and there's only four people uh between the house and the senate that get access to it on a regular basis and i didn't know that decisions from them yeah and so there's lots of classified information that the whole committees deal where but then there are some very thanks so think about a covert action so the most sensitive saying that we can do fraught with peril all of them none of them go exactly the way their plan but that really important implications for national security the the the big four they call him or the four corners 'cause i think i got big in congress and therefore they set lies that let's change that put him boom i need a little drunk with me we're told you had your robot larry work with manner that work with the era we're sitting here rubbing our chins you the heaviest wiz to take a left turning humor uber but anyway so i am sorry listen just just so people can picture it go look back let me let the gunfight though on with them out with my gun you you're gone were gonna oahu it can insist people alcohol you what it does he really important though it which is not talked about allow publicly is the intelligence community or call back they will play a hundred questions with you they will not lie to you they won't withhold and promotion but they're not gonna tell you everything until you ask the right question push the right but then i just think that's not good for the longterm out of oversight of intelligence and no in the pullback y uh would you trust any information that you sign up to about committee noted not the public within about 32 seconds no no no no because if if if if if unions feels like it helps similar shift felt like feels like he helps him they go.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I think this is right i mean i'm totally out there but that is like 1819 correct that is correct yeah is that right jennifer right yup that's all he's had his term he thought about it in that second 4th and one was 4th what about twelve issues now so numerous weigh less than a yard that's one so it i was like a lot of guys a lot of people men with certainly a tv where i was watching it what are they doing why are they trying to help pick themselves i i wish i could answer that i have no idea because not only do they think themselves once not twice but three times and they got at one time on that inside shovel pass which was way more effort than needed to be for 4th in one is a lot of things that could have gone wrong there but they did pick it up i didn't i tell you what i don't want to turn this into a ripping pittsburgh because if they give jack's go a lot of credit for with the game plan they came in with i thought their first drive was brilliant they will really did i thought that a really nice game plan but you could question the on side kick at the end of the game you can question the fact that they decided not to kick the fill goal with 32 seconds left at the 20 yard line i went for a given selves no time for non sidekick even when they scored you can question their clock management leading up to that possession i just i i i didn't i didn't like there's a lot in jacksonville might have one anyway but i didn't there's a lot i didn't like about what pittsburgh their coaching staff did yeah i'm still school two points so you have it sounds like they they will not they will clarkson built up in a box let's just hope that you know he's 30 healthy footer clays or not again like they bickered not replaced was lined streets you your block to that team would help to the defense and in home they just simply you know they they.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To foist third victory literally area ivor work and i believe they were banned for our joy ryder cup audio driven out there to crack down other yellow light pick it up if it a halt threat that it down very ills good thank you crash coming out of the four turned to check flying like sixty seven whenever by wrecked from asked hold no and i slowed down and i said whoever i hear them or care that sort finish line i knew that but the you just never know until this over point now had won the five hundred three times the 1960s and looked like he would be the man to finally become the first fourtime winner but after supertax saw three quick wins number four was proving elusive the bag for number fourteen get on 75 we should 176 but we've run out of fuel by seventy seven we run i feel we got 32 seconds down and we knew we were fascism make not in my chief mechanic jack storms which is still works farm in houston he says uh i said they let us get with intense seconds and then they turn to boost up an altar in my boost at that time you could run whatever boo'd but i don't want to take a chance to break in a motor foreign got close trillion they'd wind tan a nine you know i was catching a motorcyclist dies said if you turn to boost up i said no i acid they got to be in trouble and then he blew up and then it come apart or motivated south chases on but gordon johncock has pulled over to the left side of us right away we have parisbased slowing pay as his car an opera they apron athletes southend of the main straight away aj foyt is now are later after gordon johncock dropped out while leading the nineteen seventy seven indianapolis five hundred sixteen laps of the finnish what was there to pick up the prize would make historic aj foyt down the main straightaway that tracker.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That men audible chirp and i've timed it between like 28 32 seconds that audible chirp for six months morning noon and night weekends and holidays few added up those chirps over signal miles to be thousands of chirps okay go to the big question is who can live with that for that long dumb people on dumb people dump people in record house yes can i ask you over one thing too i know you're below below glint of go cute but i think i may have an answer for you i have a specific gaucci's you actually i know you would like it's it's okay okay if a brown cheese and other sounds weird it's from norway it doesn't pay it's like a go at all but i know you're lover peanut butter and in case by case sweet kind of tangy almost peanut butter e almost in looks like an almost perfect but it if i spent some to the show would you try it i will try or or you could you yeah ever since favorite barca underfunded yeah great i mean on iran in the black market did you never know what you get ten could could be be step a little night hazel tell owner yeah oh of them when you come to seattle i'm so excited for you guys to come there so dallas we're gonna we're definitely have you and i crews them and drag them on board report elles that's happening this year yep at this this this judiciary easy it sounds vaguely familiar i sort of a member it from the 70s like the weird brown cody whatever so i might have an aversion to a but that thanks matt will see you on on the next crews i r j bells on the blower and nick thrown is waiting out there so let's just get to a bill hare bill.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Discuss impeach met all whale i you know vin who has to be it's gotta be maxine waters a personnel the number one boxing waters up push melody number two at maxine waters personality number three three prominent democrats of all asked to meet with me who go who goes down and sales you know i been asked by three prominent democrats who shall remain nameless the wonder meet with me about impeachment will lobbied have you done the count congressman green you don't have the votes to pass articles of impeachment they're going to jerusalem until the cows come home but you're not going to get the votes mr speaker i will meet with them i will meet with them and whole yes well good for you so this guy goes to the well of the house to say the three democrats that he won't name have asked to meet with me about impeachment in you know what i'm going to meet with newsflash nobody cares my office and here's what i will say i will tell them that impeachment is not about democrats that is not about republicans will die if it wasn't about democrats and republicans did i'd say maybe have a chance to get them passed but because it is about democrats and it is about republicans you're not gonna give him past these people are just unmitigated idiots i will tell them that it's about democracy oh okay as about government of the people by the people for the people who to migliorato down tanta pretty good saying repair it's about government other people by the people for the people aware that comes from but that's a really good saying we have steel that use it for ourselves i will tell them that it's about the republic all you are giving credit he gives he heads he he was with 32 seconds into this and hear about five demerits but now he's only down the four because he gives one positive thing for recognizing that we are a republic that is about what franklin said we have a republic if we can keep it okay now he's down to three demerits because apps actually factually correct i would tell them that i refuse to sit on the sidelines while the world is considering one of the great issues of our time i will tell them.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on WLOB

"To the president on his favorite subject it we want america to thrive in the twentyfirst century then we must stop robbing from the competition and instead we must start totally winning and winning and winning again remember what i used to say we're going to win so much within a win that the people of missouri you're going to go to your governor negative said governor please go see the president we can't stand winning so much remember i used to say right i use this saying that's what's happening i know was three winnings in a row and then you mentioned winning twice and then another winning that clip was 32 seconds long the president is a big fan of what i think some people in the in the kind of tony robbins super motivation world like to call neuro linguistic programming putting words in your head and saying them over and over we use it in advertising all the time the president knows a bit about advertising and marketing so three plus two winnings plus one winning six six winnings in 32 seconds i bet he said another ten or fifteen times just in that speech are we winning the dow's high the economy is doing well we're creating jobs and the we're on the brink of it looks like i mean john mccain put his support behind the tax proposal so they're gonna pass the tax overhaul it looks like what is it all me here's the president again let's see how many ballots i'm going to count all the winnings just in our few clips we have here is another thirty second clip handan the governor's gonna come into that you'd have full historical oval office he's got to to me mr president the people of missouri cannot stand doorless twenty they don't wanna win so much they love the old way they have lousy job numbers lousy economic numbers lousia they loved it please please nuts and i'll say governor i don't care what they say in missouri we're going to keep winning and winning and winning that was almost four winnings at the end there so that six more winnings that's 12 so far in uh in a minute and he's using the same psychology that he uses a lotta time in his in.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Could put down twenty four no problem but guns two and a half these bad boys for those well that was a thing every time we came in marcus would killed that he will like two minutes knowsley man's arrive in to crush on like our fight game on go i'm going to get a half gala twenty minutes i don't know how house poss just talk field this will avoid care laugh imagine if he put his mind to it thank you process you will be able to do with it to think about this was casual having have eaten with the boys near do it on the radio yeah no brain freeze rocked it out no date there are five for through a good amount of bringing again it took me a concentrated effort to get through it in that hour and a half and all i that was my brain admitted our when 32 seconds thirty two point seven seconds but so make sure you go to tropical smoothie at six or seven east liberty right next to what me right next to that in our with the error michigan theater visit they are a landmark see i always think it's that michigan theor next tropical smoothie let's just let's just me did you know that they work together why her that they were working on partnering with each other but again i've just my boy camp he looks after he looks out from allah gulf for him and so you're right no i'm just saying that sandwich two i'm i mean.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"So it would be a disservice for us too try to make her kids think they live in a fantasy world or treat them like the intelligent selfsufficient individuals that they are and give them the tools that they need to maybe even sale life near and out yet mike rome up a little bit in yeah like it that their kids but we are doing them disservice by not preparing them what is for for what is already here we and we've got an entire generation right now that i don't think knows how to change a tire for pump gas yeah unchanged tire yeah the entire generation that doesn't understand how to put gas in a vehicle that scares said we don't need to know how to work to fix it combustible voter or how how of electrical motor works or of auditing peace reward drive into some from fever hook it up to a car battery torch them until they tell you what you want uh networks thousands even take it i have never doubted that yeah we also is that the answers 32 seconds think i thank you hit it though it do in these things isn't about being scared it's not about being paranoid it's not about living your life in fear um you know we we all hang out together you know we don't walk around in a permanent state of fear or paranoia um you're just prepared um you you live in peace you walk in peace because you're prepared you're aware of what's going on in um you know you have the tools to help you respond best you can novel think that's living your live in fear or anything natural well it's i always tell people you're not paranoid if they really are after you know a great and there really is a threat out there and like you say none of us tim and i've talked about so i shall for none of us live in a way that this is a detriment no to our lives you know i i love a full and rich life completely aware with three intersex awareness of the threat that's out there um.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"I was at seventy five or seventy six seventy seventy five seventy five so i was nine while the rise the rather was seven holy we'll waited a line for hours to see its and there's two brothers in that movie her roughly that same age that is exactly right we related to him and so that we ought to shirk is a pet we should be part of the road like we for as always birthday party we projected a movie on our side of our garage movie inside out that was her choice search if you want to wasn't that us but it when i was just a job in the backyard i did if i wasn't really watching it because i was you know dealing with the party but i was like i got a little of course yeah yeah i i watched that part with being bong take her to the moon for me man it gets me did you and i and want to get you set of epa jeter did you see that thing that i know you're on our facebook where i uh rob ashes and editor at koehnen posted it's a it's a uh i think it's hewlettpackard none other do they make uh it's a commercial about a dad and a daughter it's like a three minute commercial though number one and he posted it the nb he just said damn onions and ha then i was like i watch it i made it omitted and 32 seconds until i was all out sobbing boiler syllable it it is so well done well now that you're saying that i wonder if it'll i know probably locked it up i'm going to go in well his armor on yeah i were armor don't avoid crime try not to fat fattener i stop before like a a how a the movies that seem to be the most successful or highest grossing are the ones that are about like accola meeting you're making you feel okay with the idea of a loss like he goes against the idea of a happy any mid if you think like.

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"32 seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"32 seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"And listening to this faction against this faction in how this faction over here field near member him explaining this as we have to app factions aftab groups against groups and people have to with of carbon likes get together and they fight people than oppose those issues and those values and they fight may clash the more you have the better it is everyone should be a part of a faction and then he just kind of how we came up with all the you know the everything was a group ever the everybody had to book everybody had to belong yet had to be a republican or a democrat or an independent or liberal or liberte liberal liberal lower a liberal what a what happened here faced with it she said stroke maybe the belittle little little liberal liberal or as like a flight they daybritishprichard earlier you know that's on earth i feel like you just did a rooster right they're saying different sorry icisco the event we've got uh the godwin's and they defeat the black jackson five minutes and 32 seconds this happens on freeforall uh and this was according to the observer pretty bad now famous pinned guy wyndham with an inside cradle after wyndham went for asleep lakes but henry interfered bucking wind him in the leg delayed i know this is an on the networks he probably didn't watch it here i don't understand why the newblack jacks didn't work i've always talked about on an older episode out boat jblm berry wyndham in this character feels like a bad ask fucking tag team wattet it in this thing have more legs to it.

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