35 Burst results for "45 Minutes"

Bale salvages 1-1 draw for Wales against US in World Cup

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

Bale salvages 1-1 draw for Wales against US in World Cup

"The United States allows a late goal and plays to a one one draw with Wales Tim we open the scoring for the U.S. and the 36 minute taking a through ball from Christian Pulisic and Tapping it in with the outside of his right foot The USA dominated the opening 45 minutes but Wales found life in the second half Gareth Bale drew a penalty from walker Zimmerman and scored the equalizer on a penalty kick in the 82nd minute Tim ream in Weston mckenney all received yellow cards as the United States settled for one point The U.S. next square is off with Group B leader in England on Friday I'm Denny Capp

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Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

"President making the announcement there at beautiful Mar-a-Lago. I mean, the place was packed and very enthusiastic crowd. No doubt there are a lot of people that are not very happy about the president's decision, and we're going to get into that in just a little while. But I'm curious to hear from you. The president last night a delivering a speech. Look, I thought it was a fine speech. The question is, was it effective? I thought the president's tone, the president's tenor, was spot on. I thought he was very measured. And how he delivered the speech he was on point. He did not stray. He didn't chase it. He squirrels. And as near as I can tell, the only people he offended were people on the left. So that is a good thing. There are many people that are questioning the they're calling it the lack of enthusiasm. They're saying the speech was boring. I don't know that it was necessarily boring. It was just long. Well over an hour last night, the networks, let's see here. CNN and I don't know if this was a breaking news or a miracle, but CNN actually broadcast the speech. They dipped out about I had a low 45 minutes or so into it. Fox News carried the speech, but they dipped out of it. And then dipped back in, newsmax, I believe, is the only network that carried the speech cover to cover. From genesis to revelation as they say. So newsmax, I thought did a terrific job with their coverage, and by that, I mean, they just let the president speak. You know, there was no commentary until after the speech was over. But MSD and C did not cover the speech at all. They were, they decided to take a pass and they were in regular programming, as was Fox

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Mindfulness worked as well for anxiety as drug in study

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mindfulness worked as well for anxiety as drug in study

"In the first head to head comparison mindfulness meditation worked as well as a standard drug for treating anxiety A study with about 200 adults over 6 months tested a widely used mindfulness program that included two and a half hours of classes weekly and 45 minutes of daily practice at home participants were randomly assigned to the program or daily use of a generic drug sold under the brand name Lexapro for depression and anxiety after two months anxiety is measured on a severity scale declined by about 30% in both groups and continued to decrease during the following four months The study was published in the journal jama psychiatry I'm Shelley Adler

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Democrats Vote Early, Republicans Vote Day Of

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats Vote Early, Republicans Vote Day Of

"Elections now have transformed into Democrats voting early and Republicans voting on election day. That has become not only more of a train we saw even in 2020. 2018, early on, this would have not been true. Early on what election, early voting would have had typically Republicans had some early votes, so did the Democrats, but it was not as pronounced as we're seeing now. I'll give you an example of Arizona. We just saw that most of all the early votes that came in were decided to lay Democrat. Georgia, again, this was one and we'll talk about more in depth in just a minute, but Georgia, the early voting was, I mean, more than just decidedly demographic. It was overwhelmingly Democrat. But yet when the day of voting came in early day of these went overwhelming Republican and you had Brian Kemp who won easily over Stacey Abrams and down the ticket where they were in the first 45 minutes or an hour of reporting when these early vowels were being counted. Kim, everybody on the ticket was down. All that flip that on day of voting. So what is this really interesting now from a perspective of a Republican and a Democrat either the Democrats now depend on early voting, they're using the mail the early vote about my own or they're using early voting to get their votes out. Republicans are now depending on day of voting, which is going to be interesting over time because it's always been one of those things if you have issues on day of if you had last minute things come up, depending on the day of voting is typically has a little more fraud to it, especially if you're in a state like Georgia and others who have a very generous early voting time frame going backwards or three weeks where you can actually in person early vote during the week and on weekends. So

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Revisiting the Conservative Cause

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | Last month

Revisiting the Conservative Cause

"Allen, I just want to cut straight into it and talk about these 5 minute videos. We put out our 500th this morning. You are the man behind the camera, working this out, making this happen. And Alan, I'm curious, where did this concept of the 5 minute video come from? That in itself is a great question. I actually, I don't say this very often, but I'll say it now since we're celebrating the 500th video. I really believe I'm taking as Dennis would say a risk here being very personal. I really believe God dropped the idea into my head. I don't know where it came from. I can give you a secular, a more secular explanation in that when originally researching the idea behind PragerU, it occurred to me that the Internet works in a certain way and the only way this was going to work is that if we took the best ideas, this was the original concept, the best ideas from the best thinkers and distilled them down to their essence. Because there were a lot of at the time we are now talking about ten 11 years ago, there were a lot of universe that had gone online in the sense that they. Put their professors in front of a camera and talk the professor would talk for 45 minutes. But I knew that no one was using the Internet that way, not in a significant number. So that we couldn't use that model wasn't going to work for us. It

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Rep. Louie Gohmert: No Integrity in the DOJ & FBI

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Louie Gohmert: No Integrity in the DOJ & FBI

"Your reaction. I just spent the last about 45 minutes. The first part of the show, discussing what the FBI has filed in regards to the Trump raid. And what is your, I'd like to get your opinion of what you saw, what the FBI and the DoJ rather has filed about what they've done with the Trump raid. What they took, the picture that was released, et cetera. Well, you know what? I wish that I had baked and trust in the honesty and integrity. Of the people at the FBI and DoJ that did that, but I just don't. And as a former judge who would sign sergeants and arrest warrants, if an officer coming to you did not have history of integrity or with a law enforcement group that did not have integrity and in fact you knew that they had falsified things and not punish the people that falsified them. Then you were really reluctant. It created a need for more evidence to justify probable cause. Because credibility of witnesses is always relevant and material

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Israel Is Flourishing Despite Itself

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Israel Is Flourishing Despite Itself

"It's hard to do business in Israel. And yet Israel has somehow against all odds and against bad policy exploded economically speaking. It is known as startup nation. It is the place on earth with the most startups per CAPiTA, Israel is a very small country. Territorially, it's tiny. It take you about 45 minutes to drive the width of the entire land of Israel in certain parts of Israel. Maybe less. In certain parts of Israel it's more like 20 minutes. The entire territory of the State of Israel is about half the size of New Jersey. You don't really understand the Israeli Arab conflict until you come here and you spend some time in Jerusalem. Everybody lives cheek by jowl. You can actually visibly see a Ramallah from Jerusalem. The parts of Jerusalem that you hear the left talk about dividing Jerusalem that is not possible. It's like taking your house and saying, during a divorce case, you just divide the house down the middle. You take this bathroom and I'll take this bedroom. It's not going to work. It's very, very foolish, but in spite of all of this, Israel has been able to achieve phenomenal economic success. Israel is burdened with a terrible bureaucratic system. It is dominated by public sector unions, Israel has a terrible judicial system in which the judiciary. You're about judicial activism in the United States. At least in the United States, there's a written constitution. There is no written constitution in Israel. So the Supreme Court of Israel basically just writes whatever it wants. And everybody is expected to comply. The Supreme Court in Israel actually even appointed its own successors. So imagine Ruth Bader Ginsburg appointing her own successor. That's essentially how it works. In the State of Israel, these folks were not answerable to the actual legislature of the State of Israel the Knesset. Despite all these problems, Israel has seen a lot of success.

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Uvalde video raises more calls for police accountability

AP News Radio

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Uvalde video raises more calls for police accountability

"Video released this week from rob elementary school in uvalde Texas showing heavily armed police officers lingering in the hallway before confronting the gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at renewing questions about police accountability I'm Ben Thomas with the latest I did watch the Yuval do videotape but it's horrifying Texas senator Ted Cruz telling reporters on Capitol Hill officers should have gone into the classrooms much more quickly To watch that extended standoff go for 77 minutes including some 45 minutes after they had ballistic shields It's indefensible And it's frankly infuriating the community Is understandably deeply frustrated Only one officer who was on the scene is known to be on leave and nearly two months after the massacre there's still disagreement about who was in charge Some you've all the residents have called the officers lack of action cowardly and Cruz says law enforcement failed to provide an honest and accurate description of what happened Over and over again what they told us in the day after that crime was committed has been contradicted by the facts And that Is completely unacceptable I think there needs to be transparency There needs to be accountability I'm Ben Thomas

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The LIV Tour Is at Pumpkin Ridge—be Sure to Check It Out

Fore The People

01:16 min | 5 months ago

The LIV Tour Is at Pumpkin Ridge—be Sure to Check It Out

"The live tour this week, right, is it pumpkin ridge, and I played there, we had a corn ferry tour event. It was a regular one. It was before they moved the final thing there or whatever. Or maybe it was the last regular season before the playoffs. That's what it was. Have you played pumpkin ridge before? I think it's unbelievable. Yeah, it was made famous really, because Tiger Woods won his last U.S. amateur there, super come from behind his third consecutive U.S. amateur. And he are 6th consecutive USGA title after three junior amps, but it's awesome, dude. This is the kind of the event really they would have to have there because logistically it's probably 40, 30 to 45 minutes, maybe from downtown Portland. Not crazy far, but it's far enough out. There's not any hotels close so, you know, they're going to get a gallery, obviously, but it'll be like a tighter vibe. I think there's maybe two courses, but really there's a lot of eye candy as far as golf hole eye candy on TV. Like really cool like pawns and rivers and it's kind of some holes weaving through the wood, some crazy breaking greens. It's a perfect type of event. To host their and if you guys haven't seen pumpkin ridge on TV, you should check

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Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter

"Authorities admit it was wrong for police to wait about 45 minutes before pursuing the gunman in Texas who killed 19 students and two adults Throughout the attack teachers and children repeatedly called 9-1-1 including a call from one girl She asked 9-1-1 to please send the police now The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steven Macron says there was no excuse for it It was the wrong decision to wait That wasn't there but I'm just telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait A decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the door and take on the subject at that point Macross says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed

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"45 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global X ETFs dot com slash income to learn more That's global X ETFs dot com slash income This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia It is 45 minutes past the hour Time for a check of sports from around the world Here's Dan schwarzman Thanks Brian The prize money for the upcoming French Open set to begin on May 22nd has been increased by close to 7% to €43.6 million with the winners of both the men's and women's singles titles each collecting €2.2 million The increases over the amounts paid out in the pre coronavirus held tournament in 2019 Real Madrid coming from behind with three late goals to stun Manchester City three to one in extra time in a Champions League semifinal second leg to advance to the final to face Liverpool on May 28th at Stade de France in the suburbs of Paris Madrid and move on 65 aggregate get back to back goals from Rodrigo in the 90th and 91st minutes before Kareem Benzema scores in the 95th minute on a penalty Diego Maradona's Jersey one while scoring infamous hand of God goal against England in the quarter finals the 1986 World Cup asshole for $9.28 million the most ever spent on a sports memorabilia item The Jersey was owned by former England midfielder Steve Hodge when swapped jerseys after the match with the Argentinian legend The NFL has announced that the Seattle Seahawks and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing the first ever regular season game in Germany on November 13th at Allianz arena homa soccer giants Byron Munich Finally Washington capitals forward Tom Wilson will be a game time decision leading into Thursday's game two versus the far to Panthers after leaving the series opener at the lower body injury on Tuesday I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape This is a Bloomberg business flash In less than an hour's time we'll get trading underway on the Chinese mainland after a three day holiday we have a little bit of strength that we saw developing the offshore Chinese currency in New York trading Right now a little bit of weakness not by much 6 62 75 against the greenback but it's going to be very interesting because there's been a lot of volatility in markets that China has yet been given an opportunity to respond to We've got a little bit of weakness in the yen after a major rally in New York trading the end right now is at one 29 25 A lot of this currency volatility stems from dollar weakness in the New York session it came after fed chair Jay Powell essentially said that rate hikes of 55 basis points are not being actively considered by the fed and that created an immediate reaction particularly in the bond market where traders had to reduce their betting on the degree of future tightening so at the short end of the yield curve we had the yield on the two year falling by more than 14 basis points to two 64 because of a market holiday in Japan will not have trading in U.S. sovereign debt until the London session We also have market holidays today in both South Korea and Indonesia In the early going in Sydney the ASX 200 pushing higher by about 6 tenths of 1% will take another look at market action in 15 minutes Head Baxter is going to look at global news headlines next from the Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco Ed All right thank you Doug Moderna CEO says China needs better COVID vaccines Stefan van cell saying those being used do not have a high enough efficacy Beijing has extended COVID restrictions modifying quarantine and isolation guidelines Beijing is reporting 50 local cases for May 4th Shanghai.

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Josh Mandel: Jim Jordan, Ted Cruz Have Been Very Good to Me

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Josh Mandel: Jim Jordan, Ted Cruz Have Been Very Good to Me

"Now Jim Jordan endorsed you is that correct Jim has been very good to me He hasn't gotten involved officially in the race but he's been very good to me But Ted Cruz has not only endorsed me but he spent Friday and Saturday with me barnstorming the state Mark I've talked on your show about the fact that I'm running the campaign through churches So Ted and I went to victory Christian church in Dayton We went to northwest baptist church in Toledo high street baptist church in Columbus and then solid rock church in Cincinnati had huge crowds and I'm so proud to have senator Cruz in my corner And actually tonight on the new Twitter which is free after Elon Musk's purchase of it in about 45 minutes we're doing what's called a Twitter spaces Got free town hall meeting on Twitter So any of your listeners who've rejoined us purchase you can join me in senator Mike Lee for town hall on Twitter You can just go to my Twitter handle which is Josh mandel Ohio And you could join up there at 9 o'clock eastern tonight

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"45 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is 45 minutes past the hour Time for a check of sports from around the world Here's Dan schwarzman Thanks Brian A new wrinkle emerging in the heirloom horland sweepstakes as build in Germany reports that the striker recently met with Bayern Munich sporting director despite sources saying the 21 year old has already agreed to personal terms with Manchester City Portland €75 million release clause is set to kick in this summer with Real Madrid also viewed as a serious suitor Liverpool off to a big start in their Champions League semifinal matchup with Villarreal for the first leg two zero win at Anfield as reds get a goal from Sadio Mané as well as an own goal The return leg is scheduled for May 3rd in Spain Two elimination games in the NBA playoffs as Chicago Bulls are on the road at the Milwaukee Bucks down three games to one Chicago does not have either guards exactly being or Alex Crusoe in the lineup as the Venus on the NBA's health and safety protocols while Caruso's in the concussion protocol Meanwhile the Golden State Warriors looking to close out their series at home against the Denver Nuggets as they lead the series three games to one Good news for the Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell is good to go in game 6 One day after an MRI on his left hamstring came back negative The three time all star is dealing with some soreness but is ready to go as a jazzer down three games to two to the Dallas Mavericks in the best of 7 series The NFL network reports that the Jacksonville Jaguars and left tackle cam Robinson have agreed to contract extension worth $54 million over three years The 2017 second round traffic out of Alabama was scheduled to turn over $16 million guaranteed under the franchise tag I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world's sports op day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg.

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Trump: 'Nobody Was Ever Tougher on Russia Than Me'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 9 months ago

Trump: 'Nobody Was Ever Tougher on Russia Than Me'

"Way, this could lead to World War three. I see what's happening. Because if you think Putin is going to stop, it's going to get worse and worse. He's not going to accept it. And we don't have anybody to talk to him. You had somebody to talk to him with me. Nobody was ever tougher on Russia than me. I'm the one that stopped the pipeline. I haven't stopped. I'm the one that put all the sanctions on. And I'm the one that he didn't attack during our administration. Everyone's asking about that now, even the radical left reporters up there. The only president this century not to witness Russia invade a neighbor that was, of course, president Trump this weekend in South Carolina. What has happened in the last few days? What will happen in the next few weeks to come? Let's talk to somebody who is more qualified than most to talk about it. He is my rabbi at Salem. He is Dennis prager, the founder of prager university, most recently the author of the rational pass over Haggadah, Dennis. Welcome back to America first. Great to be with you. That was a powerful excerpt. One did he just say that a rally Saturday night Saturday night? Yeah, Saturday night. And it was quite the rally. It was 25°. It was freezing. He only spoke for 45 minutes to shocked everybody, but I think he didn't want anybody to catch pneumonia. But he stated this three weeks ago at cpac, the only president to not have Russia invade under his watch under George Bush it was Georgia under Obama it was Crimea and now again we are

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

06:35 min | 9 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Which was so huge for me. And then they asked me to host this conversation with a fellow climate activist. And yeah, I really enjoyed it. And I feel really proud of the representation I gave of myself and my passion for the area, but also keeping it positive and uplifting. So if you missed that, there's a link in the you can go watch it on my social media. Or I'll try and remember to put a link in the show notes. Even though I often don't remember to do that. So if I forget, please let me know. But yeah, that was a really amazing moment. I think that's about all my news. Other than, yeah, potty training. So I'm not going to talk much about this because if you're not a parent, it's not interesting. But so we use this method, the book is called oh crap. Potty training. Very smart, right? And it basically has you do it in this very aggressive method of removing your children's clothes or Charles close. For that stop, just the street. Removing your child's clothes for a day. Or a few days. And just looking for their tells, essentially, like they're signs that they need to go. And if you got to catch them mid P and put them on the potty or you go to. Try and encourage them to go themselves. And so it's exhausting because you have to watch them. Continuously. There's no checking a text message on your phone. There's no getting yourself something to eat. You just have to be watching them constantly. So it's pretty tiring. But we did it with Bailey. And she was potty trained so early. And it was so much easier doing it early. So it's worth it. But yeah, it's a lot. Okay, so in about, I think we'll start doing our second step strides. In about a minute, just going to do another two. And yes, because I'm not doing a 60, you will have to get that special special one where you do it. Within the time. But that means you took in between. So we're just going to do 15 seconds. So maybe a little under. And we'll come to a joke. We'll do another one. See you ready? In three, two, and one. And come to a jug. Give you another minute. We'll do one more. And this minute, I just want to say, when you finish this run, take a picture of yourself. Upload it to social media. Send it to me. I really love to see these. I know it feels like I'll do that later. Oh, she's not going to notice me. But just like I mentioned with the trees earlier, it does matter. And as I said, you well, what motivated me out the door today to go for a run at all? So thank you. And I would love to see your smiling face. To see who I ran with today. Who it was who helped me get out the door. Because that means a lot. So yes, take your photo and upload it. It also helps me to share this out to other people. Because if we get other people joining us is continues to grow. We actually have one more thing to say about that in a minute. But let's do our next strike. In three, two, one. Okay. When you hit 45 minutes, come to a walk. Just gonna keep going until I get to, you know what? Let me just stop. I'm just gonna get past this dog. Okay. I just want to say, loads of you who are going to Boston going to be in Boston. I will be doing a Jesus dogs coming to me now. Are we doing a live together run? From the tracksmith track house. On Sunday morning and Tommy, Tommy Bailey, Tommy runs. Will be there. As well to host it with me. Come meet me at the tracksmith, check out the day before the Boston Marathon. And you'll be a part of it together. Wouldn't that be cool? So I hope to see you there. All right, Friends. Let's finish by connecting with nature, touching something that's alive. I want to lead tempted to text this dog. No, he's backed off now. And now I'm freaking you out. And take a picture. Of yourself. Of you on this run. You done it? Really? Get your camera out. Done it?.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"And if you're 30 minute group come to a walk, if you're in the 45, you can keep going. Just take a few minutes and do another one. At this point, I want to remind you tomorrow if you're listening to this on Monday, if not, you can two weeks from every two weeks. You can find out on our running through website through the signing up for the email newsletter or on social media. We have these what we call brave spaces. Just a conversation on Zoom. I promise you it will be the most so nourishing uplifting positive empowering thing you could do with one of your evenings. So come join us. There's 1 p.m.. Eastern Time. That's New York time. Tomorrow, it's just a Tuesday. Oh, I don't know what the date would be though. I'll figure that out in a minute. Yeah, I'll put links in the show notes. And 8 p.m. eastern. If you come join us, I'll be on the some of the team will be on just so worth it and the people that come keep coming back. So come join us tomorrow. It really will be every other Tuesday we're doing these. And it is just so good. If you enjoyed these together and you definitely enjoyed that and actually we even do a body scan. In the beginning, which is really cool. And that wasn't my idea. What's that? All right, I'm ready for another slide. Three, two, one. Okay. And if you're in the 30 minute group, you can either keep listening. You can head off on your way. Thank you so much for joining and I'll see you on Friday. For a regular episode. Okay, what if I'm in a group? We have 11 minutes. I just want to oh, for the 30 minute roof for everyone, really. If you are feeling like you want to support running for real and you've been curious about what they are, go ahead and give a festive green to trial. They aren't telling me to say this. The answer is sponsoring this. I just feel so passionately that we could all benefit from this. And it is meaning that you don't have to take all these different pills. You don't have to have a multivitamin and then an iron tablet and this tablet and then that tablet and a vitamin D tablet pathetic greens can give it all to you. And they really know what they're doing. There's a prebiotic in a probiotic in there. So if you're someone who has kombucha or activia or any of those other things like that, this eliminates the need for that. And it's one scoop a day. So UK U.S., Canada, Europe. You all get my special deal. Again, they aren't telling me to say this. I'm just feeling especially grateful for them. Because they take care of me. And by them taking care of me, it means I can be there for you. So I just, I'm thankful for them. Okay. Back to, let's go ahead. And do a. What should we do? Let's do a minute. I've kind of almost like a meditation, like we do sometimes where we're just going to focus on the movement of running. Nothing else. We're just going to be in our bodies. And experience it. So I'm just trying to nudge you back in the halfway or so. Just try and be in the experience of running. For a few minutes. He's wounded off. Gently bring yourself back in. Last few seconds. Okay. I think he's doing that. I think it's good for us sometimes to, you know, it's not always enjoyable not to have thoughts because we want to be distracted even if it's like me rambling. Sometimes it's good for us. To have that time to just appreciate the ability to even run as well. I said the other day in a sexual media post that a few days ago I was running early in the morning and this elderly man said I walked past him and he said I wish I could do that. I wish I could still do that. And he just made me realize, I mean, we hear comments like that was a time, but you know, he probably was a runner. And imagine imagining how that would feel. Now, like, I couldn't run anymore. And yeah, you had to see other people doing it. What kind of emotions would you have or by the age he was was he just, you know, why isn't able to just be appreciative? I don't know. But it was pretty, pretty high opening moment for me. Just a reminder of what a gift this is. And I have to say, I'm really enjoying this actually. In the evening run for a change. Seeing sunset starting to go down. It's kind of nice. You might not appreciate that decision morning if I try and run again. We'll see. So I'm trying to think of anything else. I have to share. Oh, I did have, I had my hosted a conversation for international women's day for the UN. They reached out, get this. They reached out on Friday. Went international women's day. It was a Tuesday. But of course, it's the UN. So you clear your schedule. And they've paid me the nicest compliments,.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

08:23 min | 9 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Hello, my Friends. Welcome to together on 44. Honestly, I didn't think I was going to be doing this today. Well, here we are. I want us to begin as we waste you by connecting with some element of nature. I have actually able to see that the buds are really coming out on the tree. That was the front of my house now. I can actually see where they're starting to, I don't know, whatever the next stage is. Gemini? No. I really should look that up. Okay. Be connected, some element of nature. Okay, are you ready to begin? Three, two, and one. So into a nice rhythm here. And as I said, I didn't think I'd be doing this today. It's actually full 45 p.m. here. I don't even know that last time. Well, actually, I do know that last time I ran that it was about a week ago. But from home, I don't even know the last time I ran that late. I can't think of a time. It's just not something I typically do. If it gets to this point in the day and I haven't run that, actually don't. The reason for that today for me is I still think you're recording this. It is day one of 40 training for Chloe. And so Steve and I have been watching her all day long. And because Bailey's only four, she still needs a lot of attention. So it's been pretty full on. And I'll explain more about what we do, which I found incredibly helpful for Bailey. She was potty trained by like 23 months. 22 months, maybe last time around, but I'll tell more about that later. For now, if this is your first together run, welcome. I'm hoping this is going to work. It's pretty cold here today. In the 20s. And I haven't done it together on this cold, I don't think. So hopefully my phone is going to be okay. Out in the cold air. And definitely my fingers are going to be okay. Holding onto the phone. I've got gloves on. But still tend to get pretty cold quick when they're not together. So we'll see. That said, I actually intend on this only being 30 to 45 minute run. Just to get something in today for me. So I'm not going to be a 60 minute group. I apologize about that today. But we've had another very cold wintry week this week. And so it just the only one day we heard that would have worked. Was the one day I had my workout. And so I nearly didn't do one. But when the opportunity presented itself to go now, I thought let's just do it because I really love knowing that we have this commitment to each other. And yes, on occasion we miss. But even if it seems difficult, it seems like it might not happen. We still do our best to do this together, so thank you for also making that commitment. To run with me too. You helped me get out the door today, really. I was very close to not doing it. Doing a run at all. But then thinking about you all the nice pictures of you I get running with me. Really helped me to be like, let's just do something. Even if it's just a 30 minute run. So that said, if this is your first together run, welcome. This is your 44th welcome back. And we are going to begin in just a minute, a few minutes later than we usually do. But we're going to begin with our usual which is a body scan. So what that means is I'm going to start have you work down from the bottom of your head. To the tips of your toes, I'll call out the various body parts. Call attention to it. And you can just pay attention to how you're feeling in those areas. And we'll just checking in with our bodies. Because we don't often do that. On our runs and as we talked to reminded of this, if some of you still have adapted list to become a regular part of your run, really love to hear if that is the case. But yeah, so. We're going to begin starting just a second. With a body Siena, I'm just trying to decide where to go. I was going to do somewhere different, but it is really pretty busy right now. And so I think I might just go to our usual spot where it's quiet. So I thought, I don't know how loud the cars are for you, but might be quite distracting. I said, as we know, runs are sometimes awkward and busy. Runs sometimes, squeezed in and parking lots. And often, it doesn't work out the way we intended. So I'm sure you can relate to around like this. Okay. So, starting at the top of your head, working your way down. The back of the head has Jennifer mentioned a few weeks ago. Really seeing if you can feel those muscles in the back of the head. Coming around to your eye sockets. In through your nose into your mouth, so nothing in your head is tight or clenched, squinting down into the jaw, the front of the neck, back of the neck, continuing down. It's going to your shoulders and the back your upper back and working your way down into your arms. The upper arms. Going into the elbow. Lower arms. Wrists. Hands and fingers. And then going back into the torso. Hang into your chest. Down into your hips. Waist. To your glutes. Pelvis. Working your way down. It's your hamstrings. Around the front of the cord. It's your knees. The back of the knee. The upper calf, shin, lower car. Your ankle. Think about the inside. And the outside going into your heel, the arch of your foot. Top of your foot. And finally, into your toes. Just going to give you a.

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Joe Biden Announces No More Energy Imports From Russia

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Joe Biden Announces No More Energy Imports From Russia

"Like it or not, Joe Biden is the 46th president of the United States and he's going to make a decision that is being announced this hour evidently that we're going to say yet to Russian energy imports. I mean, Congress is about to force his hand. You want to hear an example of leading from behind? You want to see an example of leading from behind? Well, you'll see it in about 45 minutes from now when Biden is expected to announce a ban on Russian energy imports after Congress was just going to make him do it. Biden has resisted sanctions in response to Putin's invasion of Ukraine, only to then turn around and adopt them in response to pressure from Republicans and Democrats. This was a bipartisan push.

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Why Stephen Moore Felt Compelled to Write 'Govzilla'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:18 min | 11 months ago

Why Stephen Moore Felt Compelled to Write 'Govzilla'

"Let's end on this. Give us a little tease. Everybody needs to get it, but tell us a little bit about why you wrote Zilla and what people will find in it. Because I am really concerned that our kids, I want this book in schools. You know, and you can read it. It can be Reddit two nights. I want our children to understand what is happening to our country, that every child born today. Any child today born less than 5 years old. By the time they reach 30, they're going to have a $300,000 share of the national debt. Is that the legacy we want to leave to our kids, is that the American Dream is that you leave every generation better off when we're doing right now is fiscal child abuse. It's outrageous, passing on these trillions and trillions of dollars of Bill. It's like we're powering at their expense. And so I want people to be aware of what's happening and we've got to turn it around. And I'm optimistic we will do that. But I guarantee you the schools aren't teaching anything that we've been talking about for the last 45 minutes. They don't teach any of this. They teach America is a terrible country. We're racist. We killed all the Indians. We're probably responsible on all the problems in Africa. We're colonias. And we are the greatest country in the world. We're not perfect people, but everyone wants to come here because we are a land of opportunity and we're a land of freedom.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Said 45 to 50 minutes. There we go. Let's make it a bit longer and get there. Sorry. This is one of the check in. How are you feeling now? It's still on your own. This time, the same ones before. All the body parts. And think about.

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

06:28 min | 11 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"So actually, I come home early, but I don't even have dinner at least and it's not that I sit on the sofa. I then took away Netflix and I watched YouTube sometimes. And then you had like to watch the recommended things on the Tina emails. And I loved Marius corner. She wasn't great inside. I'm interested to cut it now. I hope I understood people too much. And the city is definitely waking up. So anyway, I like to know what it is they are. There's a bread and a person walking. Slowing down a walk, trying to overtake on the bridge so tough to live here. So many things going on. Logistical issues. Especially like carrying around merchandise and bread and pastry and everything. You know, when tourists come to you realize all that comes behind it. And so if you say it a bit more expensive as dear citizen, it makes sense. Kind of mind. I love living here. Such not as beautiful, but anyway. I say already. How much I love this city? I think it is. I love to hear how you fitting. You're running in your busy schedule. I know many of you are families. And I don't know how you guys do it. I don't know, maybe that was my job is crazy. I have extra curricular stuff to fix me in, but I don't know. How do you guys feel? So many I think one of the last ones before I do. And then that's a big one. And I had to walk in. The segment of Strava for the GPS networks. So sometimes he says you take just two seconds. Are you flying? I spied it, man. Anyway, GPS menace doesn't work. That's for sure. I didn't even work today. I hope it did. But if it is in the morning of the race, I've tried to run. My Honda go up. I used that site a lot. So 38 minutes. I think it'd be around 50, 45, maybe minutes. And I'm just going down walking again. This is my slightly flared up wearing up my left tibialis and it's not flaring. It's going and coming and going. I think I just need to stretch it a bit more. I don't want to risk it. I have my first marathon in February. I'm already freaking out about the injuries. And so, yeah. But I love running here with you. All right, I'm taking a secondary bit which still takes me. What's the kind of grandeur? Hyundai inner sites are there. Yeah. Sorry. Yeah, we are. Camp was once investor. So then if you want to see what on the streets aren't giving you all the names as well. And I hope they sound the noise. I don't know. I hope it sounds nice. Hope you can hear all of this. Otherwise I just use it as a nice therapy for me. How does a reminder to take a slow? And to go slow it's nice. I think it's one of the best advice they've given me. Take your easy day easy. He's just go for it. Like a bone but when I come up, I don't know how you say how the flash, but it's not even a flash. That's how I like it. That's what I'm known for for all my Friends and insane. But in races, the last kilometers I do have Bomba which means like super fast. It's like a bond. I don't know, it's not like an explosion. Suppose it's an explosion. I don't know what we see that. I don't know the equivalent. In English, sorry. So we're approaching the outer bridge. And I'll do this side. Steps. I think I walked him. I'm sorry. You owe disappointing you not. The bridge I can't just say the of it. I'm like, oh, no, please. Don't make me run. So I'm already slowing down. Just before the bridge onto my hand, it's quite tight from all the phone. And whenever Tina does it, you don't realize that it is. So wait, somebody cleaning it up. And then suppose I'm jogging up the steps now. Just because there are people and then I don't know. I like to feel once the steps are really much smaller than the middle. So it's GT hotel. When I was quarantined, I used this bridge as my exercise. As it was in my 200 meters of my house, I'm going and I said that was going to finish my mark and take a picture. You all. I suppose. Maybe I won't do that. Sorry. Disappointing you again. I'm like, you know, I like to do what I'm saying on doing. But instead, I guess it stops soon. 41 minutes. And I stop soon. Before we stop, actually, no, they're not going to say Monica would do. Another check in. Do I really take it back to her own? Two lost. Yeah, from some water and don't do it the other way. Behind it. Let's see. So I.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"To one let's try. 15 seconds. 14. 15, I was about to start counting the Italian there. Just to confuse you all. You know. I'm quite glad that English comes as pretty much my first language because it's an in the morning would be very confusing. Slow down for a walk again. And if you are doing 45 maybe on 15, if you continue with me, you can also dog. I'm walking. I'm still recovering from my run. I'm supposed to do a 50 minute jog 50 minutes around 50 minute job today. I think I'm just joking. I'm walking. And sometimes the plan I mean, doesn't matter, right? Okay. I mean, I love a piece very low base today, very high number, but the mind, it's nice to be here and talking to you. It's a different experience. As well. So are you ready? To start again? I'm a tree to one. And 15 seconds, right? And slow down again. But it will and 30 minutes you have 30 seconds. To walk and hold. I'm gonna be walking. And you can stay in this and to me a rambling for more. I hope I'm getting this structure of this, right? I'm not getting confused if there's something else that normally does. I don't suppose to date running with me. So if it's a bit different, please excuse me. By the way, I love this idea. I've taken over together and like getting a feel for the rest of the community. Doing this, the rest of the community. What goes through your head? When you do it together, run. I'm sorry. Yeah, I'm getting funny looks. And then I have to switch on. Gray, how old in the final the left. Anyway. That's such dog for a bit together. And that's been put again to be honey all together. Doing this. And thankfully, very tempted. I just went again, but anyway, I put the Tina to the running for real. Podcast. Without the podcast, is this existing? We wouldn't be here. We wouldn't know each other. We wouldn't have this wonderful group. How would I have run with Ezra? When you came to visit in Venice, by the way, if you're visiting Venice, I'd recommend you give me a message. I'm not always around. But when I'm around, I like to take people out with me. I think he's nice to experience this time in the morning. It's a very different city. Than the one usually busy. In the afternoons, I mean, now it's winter last tourist. But still very difficult to walk around and I don't run. And it's nice to get lost. I bet we're running it, and you heard me sometimes saying that I still get lost. I mean, I was born in the city, where my family is from here. So I came here. A lot. And then I lived there since July 2019. And I still got lost. It's not even that big of a city. People say what I say hard that I still can't explore the areas. But actually, I think all the areas just maybe there are some hidden Cali that I'm not familiar with. Because I'm passing through the university now we just come and get it. I think through the uni. You can hear the seagulls waking up now. Yeah. I think he's waking up. Right now. I like that. I like that. That'll work even before this he goes. I feel quite strong about that. Sorry, another big bridge. I'm a bit tired. They're supposed to run my half, so if you hear me slow it down at times, it's because I'm slowing down and walking a bit anyway. I just stay with me. That's great. I hope you are. I hope some of you are listening to me rambling. It's funny. How much one? So we can do fine. Anyway, I really hope to hear some of the community running. And I'd like to know where they're running. And also, one of the things I like is that, of course, most of us are not elite runners. We don't have our work. I think actually the people are interacting with on the run for your podcast. We're not areas where you're running for your Facebook group. We are not elite. So we had to figure out running. Around I already said that, of course, in Venice, multiple reasons. While I can fit the running in the morning better, I live very central. It's very hard to sometimes on the Thursday, so tomorrow we run with a group in the afternoon. Let's start from my local running shop. We started around 6 p.m. and the first part from there to saint Mark has always Islam of people. And always, I mean, the local hate when you run, the Tories finally weird. The tourists never move out of the way. There are certain rules about being in the city that they're really not respecting on the unprecedented. But anyway, it ran over. So anyway, I had to fit my running. I had to go in the morning and in the morning. I came in before 6. The group didn't make the sixers to add because then I have these kind of high pressure jobs. I should do jobs. So I want to be in the office by 8. I don't have to, but I want to because I want to finish this in time. I'm beyond. Relaxing. Actually, yesterday evening, I finished working later with him to interview. But when we stem and then yeah. Talking to my friend while I've been dinner about the school activities that we're going to do. So lots of my job, and then I don't have extracurricular stuff..

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"45 minutes" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Pain no gain, but you can actually with quite little pain achieve really quite remarkable gains. Obviously, there's no such thing as a free lunch. So you do have to push hard and you go to max intensity, but because it's so short, it actually makes it quite easy and makes it quite easy to adhere to. I find sometimes you almost get through the sprint so fast that by the time it hurts, it's basically almost over. Talk to me about the breath pacer. That's on it. Why did you guys put in this? Because it's kind of interesting. Especially during my recovery periods to have that little slider that shows me when to breathe in when to breathe out. It's kind of a cool feature that I haven't really seen in cardiac equivalent before shocking that, you know, when you go to the gym, these fancy computers built into every elliptical trainer and bike and rowing machine and everything don't actually have some type of breath indicator or breath pace or breath cue. Talk to me about what you guys did with the breath pacer on the Carol. The thing that gets you fit to 22nd sprints. That's really what creates the response. But you can't just do two 22nd sprints and then straight away jump off the bike. You can actually or could shorten the warm up and the first recovery. The cool down is definitely necessary for your body to normalize again after the sprints. So you have to it's not 40 seconds. It's 8 minutes, 40 seconds. So you have spare time, basically. I think most of your listeners would appreciate the benefits and the importance of breathwork and having basically a nervous system balancer that brings you into a parasympathetic state and therefore kind of just helps you it's a bit of mindfulness that you can use while you're doing it. It's we want Carol to be very time efficient. That's the key thing. And so it's layering different hacks on top of each other. Well, speaking of hacks, are people actually combining this with anything? Because yeah, but I was thinking about maybe using blood flow restriction training and putting blood flow restriction bans on while I do it. And then some people I know will use like a training mask to restrict oxygen flow or even like I have a live O2 that will allow me to wear a mask that flips between hypoxia and hyperoxia. Have you gotten reports back or if you yourself kind of combine this with any, I guess what you would call biohacking tools that you've found to kind of upgrade the experience a little bit? It's quite a broad range. So we definitely have biohackers. And that's clever. But we also have very normal users who just want an improvement of their fitness levels and want something that fits into their live. But yeah, no, we do, in fact, blood restriction bands. We've got users who use it with that and see good results. The live O two surprisingly, many actually have reported back that they use it with that. Fasting or using it, I think more correctly with time restricted eating. That's I think a quite common combination, cold exposure. Well, particularly with fasting, by the way, because it's because you really aren't burning through a lot of calories while you're on the bike, right? The post exercise metabolic rate that you see the increase in this thing is a no brainer in a fasted state. It's not one of those things where, again, coming back to glycogen depletion, unlike a CrossFit workout where you're burning through so many carbs at such a high rate for such a long time, you actually sometimes can perform better when you've had a pre workout meal. This thing, I feel like I could do it after a 24 48 hour fast. I mean, because it's all super duper duper, simple, aerobic, warm up, aerobic exercise with just these brief sprints in between, so I mean, really, you're just burning creatine and these light amounts of glucose. So it seems to work out really well for fasting. Have you guys done any studies already see any studies done on the combination of this re hit form of training in a fasted state versus state? Not yet. I can only talk about myself. I do it usually first thing in the morning. I did almost every day first thing in the morning. And then would not have breakfast and basically my eating window wouldn't start until like two, 3 o'clock in the afternoon. And I find it works very nicely and in fact, I find it suppresses my appetite and helps me to extend my fasting window. And then the other thing, so I have to I rarely do all out fasting. Just water fast. So for several days. But what I do like to do are these valves are longer fast, the fasting mimicking and there where you just have reduced calorie intake like a 40 to 60% of your normal calorie intake. You do that for what like four to 5 days? Yeah, correct. Correct. And there I find it very easy to still adhere to and use Carol. And finally, I actually quite nice. Okay. And oh, by the way, have you tried blood flow restriction bands with you? 'cause I've done blood flow tricks and bands with with the air dying. I call it the hell Mike. That's the one out in my garage. It's an incredible. I have also done that one wearing the electrical muscle stimulation suit, the catalyst, electro muscle stimulation suit, both of those. Oh my gosh, for a super duper. Well, difficult workout. The BFR bands with the bicycle or the electro stem with the bicycle, those both just amp it up through the roof in terms of how you feel and they kind of allow you to kill a food burger just one stone. I know some people will be chuckling at the idea of me out in my gym wearing an electrical muscle stimulation suit, maybe a training mask with some red light therapy on while I'm riding a bike, but some of this stuff's just kind of fun to mess with and honestly I love to stack modalities like that. They give you more bang for your buck if you're gonna be sitting on the bike anyways. So I've ordered my blood flow restriction bands. I'm still to experience it properly. I think I ordered the wrong brand for us that didn't find them. But yeah, no, it's.

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Remember to Go Vote, New Jersey

Mark Levin

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Remember to Go Vote, New Jersey

"More Now also on your mind the folks in New Jersey you have 45 minutes left to vote So vote it's very very important Very very important There are areas of New Jersey that have been Republican for so long and they've turned Democrats so many of them Fight for your liberty fight for your private property Fight off the tax man Fight off government By voting By voting you have an opportunity now to demonstrate to this guy Murphy Not to take you for granted Now it's going to be tough Don't get me wrong but it's always tough in a blue state

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Your Kids Aren't Safe Consuming Tom Taylor's Comic Work

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Your Kids Aren't Safe Consuming Tom Taylor's Comic Work

"You've never heard of Tom Taylor either Tom Taylor is a writer for the new Superman comic book To new Superman comic book And he's very proud of what they're going to be doing with Superman now Isn't Superman Marvel Comics are my wrong about that D.C. I'm sorry DC Comics That wouldn't be marvel That's right And I think what this will demonstrate is your kids aren't safe watching anything They're reading anything You got to be very careful what you introduce them to The sky Tom Taylor is on CNN Why Because CNN likes what he's going to do What's he going to do Well let's listen Here's Tom Taylor Cut 18 go And I think the first question I had to ask myself was what does Superman what should Superman represent today And you said man if you're going to make a new Superman what should that look like And it struck me as it would be a real opportunity lost if we had another We had clock Kent replaced by another straight white savior So here was an opportunity to create a Superman who could represent a whole new group of people And I think that was one that we had to leave them And we'll be addressing modern day issues like The climate crisis like refugees John in the last issue has just been arrested attending a protest trying to stop the refound of asylum seekers He kept us 45 minutes of hard time is how he puts it But as a stand it's a very powerful thing Is it Superman going to be bisexual did I hear that too mister

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"45 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To rent in 45 minutes from effort to Seattle and our Redmond to Seattle. A drive on 5 20 will take you about 37 minutes. Our Seattle the Federal way Drive, though still sitting at 31 minutes with some heavier traffic as we head up South Centre Hill and again after Highway 18. It's bumper to bumper on North and 405 from South Center. Most of the way the 30th we had that earlier crash and has now cleared Not only from the rampant from the lanes, backups on south and four or five at the Bellevue because drivers were looking at it If you're headed through Lakewood, Of course, the lineup for drivers starts from just after Thorne Lane goes all the way out to do pot Silicon Road with some backups on 5 12 in both directions right around the South Hill mall. Traffic is still a little heavy on highway 16, as we approach will watch it north and I five as we head down the hill heading out towards the Tacoma Dome. The only other blocking issue I'm hearing about is a crash is on the bottle over highway as you approach 100 and 64th traffic is brought to you by duck Duck. Go protect your privacy for free with duck. Duck. Go! What What is it that makes you uniquely you while duck duck Go doesn't think that's any of anyone's business. And frankly, it shouldn't be the business of any tech company. Either. Protect your privacy online for free would suck dot Go Cairo radio Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor, now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest Comets vaccine Passports for Live sports in Seattle, Cairo seven TVs Matthew Smith has details teams involved the Seahawks the crack ins, the Sounders Both U Dub NWS you all of these teams will require proof of vaccination or a negative test close to game time. And those vary. For instance, some teams.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"45 minutes And ironically, it was called to a halt by an assistant police chief that had nothing to do with the investigative sports. Now until you busy Patriots rookies will look to make an immediate impact on the 2021 season with Christian Bar More and remand Ray Stevenson, both having standout preseasons, Quinn Nordine winning the kicking job, and Oh, yeah, Mac Jones, starting a quarterback for the team when they open up against Miami on Sunday. But offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said Nobody knows anything yet about this year's rookie class. I mean, not one of them had played a regular season game. Nobody's played against a team that's actually put together a game plan. You know, all of them are trying to prepare as hard as they can. They all have a lot to learn. Certainly this experience this week is going to be something that none of them have ever experienced before, in their lives. Playing in the National Football League. Brian Antonelli, WBZ Boston's news radio, and the Sox play the Tampa Bay Rays. He said. Fenway Tonight first pitch was just moments ago at 7 10. And now let's set out to the road traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, miking keeping an eye on things for us where you're starting, Mike, we're gonna start out to the West here, Sherry. We're still looking at delays on the Mass Turnpike Tonight, Westbound is jammed up a little over two miles through framing him. It's a left lane crash out after Route 30 avoid this. If you can. It's still a Real problem here for, uh, Turnpike travelers. Other highways out of the Western good Route two is clear out through lemon Stir to 90 is good both directions through downtown Worcester. Now we've got problems up to the North 1 28 North is backed up two miles Danvers up into Beverly, with a crash by Rou won a only one lane is getting by there for the moment and on 95 in by field, there's a roll over in the median south of Central Street. The left lanes are taken both ways on 95, but no significant backups to report there. Routes. 3 93 North are both good up to the New Hampshire line. Route one ZZ Up Past Landfills Parkway. The expressway is much better than it was just a while ago. South pounds clear coming out of the city, a little slow into the brains re split. Northbound still pretty slow for Miss Milton up passing upon its circle, but all clear up at the tunnel. Route three is good on the South Shore, and it's pretty quiet downtown as well. My king WBC's traffic on the threes Now let's check the weather right now we have a few clouds in the sky 75 degrees in Boston, mainly clear tonight will see a low of 67 downtown upper.

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University Students Stranded in Afghanistan, Terrified to Be Identified by the Taliban

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 1 year ago

University Students Stranded in Afghanistan, Terrified to Be Identified by the Taliban

"From Blaze. Media News American University have In Afghanistan. Students terrified after being told they can't evacuate and their names have been given to the Taliban. Anybody who wanted to get out could get out. That's what the secretary of state just said 45 minutes ago. Hundreds of students at the American University of Afghanistan. Have been left terrified for their lives or to being denied evacuation from Kabul and told that the US government gave their names to the Taliban. In a stunning report published Sunday, the New York Slim's relay that roughly 600 students, staff and the relatives have been left stranded in a safe house in Kabul amid the Taliban's violet take over the country. There are hopes of evacuation debt. So let's assume 600 of them are citizens. Or dual citizens. Isn't 600 more than 250. Mr. It is. I think it is. Ladies and gentlemen. The group reportedly boarded buses set for a Hamid Karzai International airport on Sunday. Final attempt to flee the country. But after seven hours of waiting for clearance, the group was told to turn around the airport remained a security threatened civilian evacuations were to be halted permanently on Monday. Which they were. I regret to inform you that the high command at H K K I A. That would be the airport has announced there will be no more rescue flights. Imagine getting that email from American University president Ian Pickford Sunday afternoon. The scholar pilgrims who were turned away today while seeking safe passage to a better future need the help of the U. S government who gave them the hope they must not lose pick for it added While being instructed to return home. The defeated group received the worst news. Their names have been shared with the Taliban by the United

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13 US Service Members Killed, 18 Wounded in Attack Near Kabul Airport

BBC World Service

02:10 min | 1 year ago

13 US Service Members Killed, 18 Wounded in Attack Near Kabul Airport

"And we start with Afghanistan a day after Twin suicide bomb attack killed at least 60 people. Kabul is waking up to another day of uncertainty. Huge clouds have gathered at Kabul's airport on Thursday, hoping to be allowed onto an evacuation flight. Despite warnings by the US and UK officials of a significant risk of suicide attacks by Isis K. The regional branch of Islamic state, hello to the injured, some of them small Children, their destination instead. Was a local hospital. SK, who have claimed responsibility for the attacks have a track record in Afghanistan. A sparing No. One, However innocent while speaking to news day this man who worked with US forces and was trying to get processed in order to leave Afghanistan with his family was at the scene close to the explosion in what he called East Gate. Today went to the airport of Kabul because I had my documents. I had my passport I had my Afghani identical, adds. I had multiple communications and email with the U. S embassy, And when they send me the map of the airport, the email that he became disclose you have to go to the escaped. I I was near to the get the U. S troops was very close to as like, five minutes away. I talked to them just that they have came here. I have my documents, but they were still injustice. Stay away. Stay away. Get through my other side. I just wanted to talk to and soldier. I was talking to him. It'll just stay away when I was getting stay away. I just saw there was like 45 minutes. They had black players and they had turban. There was looking like dash because we people with no deduction. Taliban the difference of them the type of clothes they're wearing. These guys were looking suspicious. They didn't have guns. What? They was looking to the airport. They was looking to the U. S troops There was. I would like 100 M. When I get back to the line, I was with the people like after 12 or two minutes. An explosion happened on the camp. It was near. It was near today. Still like 5 to 10 minutes away, and experience happened there. Then a gun first started the gun protect the 78 minutes.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Fifty minutes hoc. You can stop the other day so really three to to use idea. Focus focus just on the next on some threes. Let's was reading a whole bands. You can choose to to walk it as a rondo easily. We'll do another one minute to catch your breath. Tallest considered your workout done. This has been a privileged spending under these excellent quite fun to say it was a little bit nervous about doing this. Because you're running around talking into mobile but then again. I'm not the only one running around talking to mobile. It's not too bad awesome. It concerned if i had enough things to say but timex just flew past so hope you enjoy it. Hope you had a good time for those who turned off longtime legal loss right. Okay kids you ready for one most drive. Xm turnaround. because. I'm coming up to the traffic lights on on trust just which we go over here benefit ready. We go three two one go fast controls. Don't just enjoy speech. The wayne this job running today smile on your face. Come on push a little bit door. Okay that's it guys. You dated aright. Come to walk controversy easier on if you wanna cool down a little bit more. Maybe you want to keep going for me. It's been just around fifty minutes. I will say. I really hope this has been recording otherwise. I'm happy to do it again. This was quite quite fun. Everybody have a great grey days. You go back to pick up your you mental baggage from the start point. I'm not too far away. I got all my thoughts and plan sitting there. And i hope i've been able to distract you a bit for the last for the last forty five minutes fifty minutes think we sneaked into so thank you very much. Turn it back over to tina to to let us out of this these podcasts. Okay everyone thank you bye before. We end this episode. I just wanna take a moment to shout. My podcast editor. jeremy nestle. Who has done such a wonderful job of looking after my podcasts. Taking out the miss mishaps in the episodes while still keeping in the vulnerability in the realness in the ruinous of the compensation. This is not one of those podcasts. Where i take out the the sometimes delay in words because i think it's very important to keep that authentic rounded by affected and manicured everything and. I think it's really important. That running real stays that way. So thank you to jeremy for your work ozone of thank. Maria vargas amber moore who also part of my team. They've been a big part of this community and me being able to build this brand so just want to give them a shout out to all right. Let's get right back to the end of this episode so thankful to david for doing that together. Run for us so cool. And i would love to hear your thoughts. Should david do another one. Be honest but i also passing. I really enjoyed that. I did to together run myself on one of my runs. And i loved and i think he did a wonderful job especially with having no practice on no experience doing this but i think it was just a fantastic way for us to be together so be sure to take some photos show them on social media and if you are enjoying these if you go support me on patriot that would mean a lot and really allow these to continue going especially as there was no sponsor in this one That's one way you can really helped me out see confined running for real patriot if you want to support the community. We'll be having another together on monday. I will be on. It and i will be reporting from michigan so i'm excited to share that with you and we will be having a regular running for on friday sustained for that. Thank you so much for listening friends of see you.

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The Running for Real Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Just the the weirdness of having a baby during the pandemic is little strange so few minutes here. I've moments esh. Can i don't know when i started my what. And then we'll walk from. It will teach you strides. And then we'll wrap your hair. But i really. I really enjoy when you say that you did with me and say what you are show pictures. I think maybe a future wanna keep saying this spoke getting these get you to record some sounds and so i can hear what you hear maybe video so we can hear and see it but something that would be just the next step for us connecting on his runs. Because it's amazing isn't it also is inclusive because Anyone can do this whereas know saying it's just because of democ but we're not running together might be you know it's it's excludes people not everyone is able to go to new york or california or london or wherever this way everyone can be a even if you can't afford to fly. Ooh you can't leave your family whatever but this is something we can do special together and we went to benefit from the connection. As i said. Seen what you're doing. And by the way i'm sure it's not just make sure other people in the community other superstars it'll just people listening to this. Enjoy seeing why. You're running to just makes skill at least wet closer. Keep doing it. And i'm going to keep going with these as long as i can do have a trip to england and you didn't lie so i have some different places to run then but so that may be back off to every other week. Maybe even take most of that time off just to as we said. Change your priorities and jerry nut time after so long away from my family. That's going to be my perks family. And my friends being with them. While i and my momma started running wait to go through wrong with my mom just say special right so in the final nineteen pins. Let's take another moment to reflect but instead of the scan. I want you to do the five senses. What are you smell. Taste winning here. What do you see. What do you feel so worth three days. I don't tell you it's time to walk latest few seconds. And if you want to keep going to the five feel free. If that wasn't it my my hand same hand the whole time have an imprint of my button. It's funny right so we'll just take a moment to walk care. And then we will do a few more strides to furnish sworn and yeah. What did you notice when you did you sense. It's a good thing is feel element if you had tightness or areas. The beginning should have been able to pay attention. Anything feel different my set. He'll the beginning didn't feel that too now. Who pretty good so good. So as you are foot. Five minutes and in good shape staw stripes. Now i want to warn you. I'm going downhill so mine. Maybe signing different but he raised to begin in.

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The Running for Real Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"One i think would be ideal world like if location and accessibility wasn't problem. I think i'll just have to say that. The only sport and you may have mentioned this before the only sport i've ever felt the same high that running provides is surfing and probably served five times in my life so i feel giving it a bit of an unrealistic got complex bar. Tiktok to talk to dean. Kanas is about this and remember. It was on arafah only thing. Yeah give me that high. When you stand up now granted. I stood up in fact begin. Waves base times cajun's have stood up however on. That's why i wanted to mention about the location thing. Because to be honest. I wouldn't really want to live the spot in florida where stood up setting and the sonja probably would do the california one. Yeah but that's not really realistic for many reasons but that's what jumps to mind. I is my second most joyous now. A realistic one. If i was actually to consider out running and what would. I do think tennis i was on the well. I guess some people have lost. I'll go back a little bit. So the sports. I have played in my life. Boo in england here american. You know what that is but nebiu is like basketball but no dribbling smaller net backboard and as far as i know he certainly women so kind of it invincible in there but i loved and i played the center position which is kind of like i don't know where it would be american football or something but midfielder the one who's in the center so i would in well again. School is different in england. But did that up to age twelve. I think maybe even a few years into my but we who secondary school then i transitioned and did a hockey field hockey and Tennis and that's where. I picked up the running as well. I kept the tennis as long as i could. The field hooky interesting. Oh actually look did swimming for many years. Probably oh and another one swimming quite good at it hated it. I've talked about at least before the training. God who so hard like i've done now. Swimming just crushed me yes. I was a competitive swimmer. And i honestly believe. That's a big part of why i am running today. Bill up base the lungs. I don for many years and then yes. I wish i did horse riding horseback riding starting. Now it's the same thing i did. Horse writing from about five to fifteen ten years actually took over tennis again. That's a dream like one. I loved who friday. And the only reason i stopped doing it was because it was not helping my running. It was damaging h fifteen. I had to make the choice. God made that choice but to stay fifteen to twenty years later i still miss it but then i is just so much. I mean you'd have to have the coster it you'd have to say much involved in that so she's i loved it will be tennis. I love tennis. Good this somewhat. And i don't know i just i can't really fun and i still enjoy watching it like today. When wimbledon is happening all tenants in the picks do enjoy watching tennis. So yeah that would be my onset one now coming up. What would you say would love to if you if you went around sport. Do you think you instead. Or as a recreational sport think some most of us were to replace running. It would have to be running swimming cycling swimming. Because they're the that are like most parable intensive you can do it multiple times we. You can bit more familiar. But i would love to hear your answer that maybe what you dream vacation horseriding who a horse and that. What would you pick and coming up to the end of the thirty minute group. We can do a few strides as we do have to run appear in the forty five minute group. Let's whether looks good. Should be fine to i five but you can do the starts german. You run if you want to walk us okay. But we'll finish off the thirty minute and then we'll do a few strides so going to do another check in to scan down at your own pace this time and pay attention. Anything felt stiff tight. Is that looser now. Things like your is in utah. Joe they stiffen back up your arms shake him out. But i don't need to scan down from the top of your head.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"I'll tell you the end because i do not want you to enjoy this one and for the fifteen minute group. Believe it or not we are coming up on the final round. So i would like you to do another body scan. Everyone can do this regardless of how long you're going for the buddy scan. We'll see if anything changed from the beginning of the run. Start at the top of your head. I'm not gonna give you any time. Just work your way down you buddy phil.

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"45 minutes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"45 minutes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Ever sing songs? Did you have a routine for your kids or Dave? With you and your dogs? You don't have any kind of routine? No, no little Pirates of Penzance number once in a while, but other, um dangerous is cooler than you when it comes to dogs. Period. Everybody's cooler than me coming to the dogs or not, But here's what they ask you this It's a zoo. I left Let me this morning. Shutting the door kissing him on his nose. I said goodbye. Be back. I love you. Do you talk to your dogs? Yes. I talked to my dogs off all the time. What They're like They're like our Children, Tony. So you have to write Lord and they know what we're saying. Yes, yes, yes. By the tone by the tone, some don't feel trapped in a house of crazies like Days days. Dogs are very happy. Let me dog let me dog just gives you that look like get me out of here. Help me, But there's a thing called Stockholm Syndrome, where eventually the hostage falls in love. That's what we're waiting. I think what you're waiting for that We're trying everything we can, You know? Yes, Yes, OK, It's as your sister long lean into me one day talking about how crazy let me was. She leaned into me and whispered It's not the dog. That's a true story. That's a true story. Speaking of my sister in law, and you listened earlier, uh, my brother in law and sister law they crash. All I wanted was a sweet romantic evening with my wife, barren of pizza and a champagne of flute of champagne. It didn't happen, but Worse things can happen with your sister in law. I'll tell you the story after the new but first but first high tower men's clinic, guys, New Year New Me knew we we listen, guys, if you have a problem with erectile dysfunction, dropped the ego. Okay, Now, listen. Hightower. Men's quick They don't treat the symptoms they treat the problems here is what I mean. These other places they prescribed little blue pills, powders, potions. You don't have a deficiency of blue pills or powders. What's probably going on with you is restricted blood flow. Hightower. Men's quick takes care of that. That way. When she's ready, your wit ready. You're not taking a pill and waiting around for 45 minutes. They're the best. Often people try to duplicate it. But it's not like high tower Men's clinic there with one and only go to high terror man's dot com and start checking out some of the customer testimonials. You're going to be amazed. One couple hadn't been intimate. For five years. He went to high towers and bam! Now his love life is better than ever. That could be you drop the ego. Get rid of the problem. Hightower men's dot com Back at two this Keep where you got in a news radio A 40 wh Yes kettles and warm woolen mittens. Brown paper packages tied up with strings. These are a few of my favorite thing from the East and West Brook Construction Traffic Center. Use radio Wait. 40. W. H. J s traffic. Police are working with an accident on first Street and ST camper in traffic elsewhere in good shape, not seen any major delays. More problems on the Waterson, currently under five minutes between 64 65 broken down West found on the jeans Snyder just after Bardstown Road, but that's on the shoulder. If you spot traffic problems, call the traffic tip line and 4792336 our next reporters in 15 minutes Chucking from NewsRadio, 8 40 W H. A s This report is sponsored by unbound dot orig Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table. You can help change their future in a single moment. See how far.

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