35 Burst results for "About Forty Five Minutes"
The Delightfully Deranged Ms. Pak-Man Is Back With “Ms. Pak-Man: Breakout!”
"May be in the waning days of summer. But they're still plenty to do and as we do most fridays. We are getting some recommendations for arts and culture events. This weekend brendan kiley. Covers arts and culture for the seattle times. Brendan welcome back. Hi thanks so much for having great to have you okay. Your first pick is for a campy lounge show we like camps and we like lounge so tell us more about this right so it's called. Mrs pacman breakout. It's at the west hall of the century ballroom on capitol hill and it runs Thursday through sunday and The character is based on the iconic eighties video game character. Miss pacman by this fantastic comedy actor. Scott shoemaker who anthropomorphized her But made her sort of a bitter and angry trainwreck. Oh that's hilarious brennan. I used to ride miss pacman for like forty five minutes on a single quarter. I'm giving myself away there. But i want i which she can't be a train wreck. She's miss pacman. Well i'm impressed by your video. Game skills But yeah the ideas that she peaks in the eighties and has been cratering ever since and now. She's trying to resuscitate her career as a lounge act. But she's a mess you know she sings. She dances sometimes begrudgingly. But what she really wants to do. Is tell us confessional stories about her divorce in her pill problems her affairs her wreckage and there is a dose of schadenfreude in there which makes it feel like a bit of a guilty pleasure but his entertaining is that is. There's something else going on here. Who was all about cruelty and making fun of her. The show wouldn't work You know there's something relatable about her and her frustration with the world. I think if you ever feel like your life has been one long blooper reel or people aren't taking you seriously as you like. You have a friend in miss pacman.
Biden Calls Xi as US-China Relationship Grows More Fraught
"Us president joe biden has held a lengthy phone conversation with his chinese counterpart xi jinping the first time the leaders from the world's most powerful countries have talked in seven months. A white house statement said both men had discussed. The responsibility of both nations to ensure competition does not veer into conflicts. Let's get more on this now with former. Us diplomat. Louis lukens lose now. A senior partner at the consultancy cigna global. Good afternoon to you lou and tell us this phone call after a hiatus does he represent a real meaningful breakthrough in your view. Hey tom i think it's too early to tell. If this is a meaningful breakthrough. But i think it is significant. As you mentioned there was a quite a height as they hadn't spoken the two leaders for seven months and this book for ninety minutes yesterday which include interpretation that that's forty five minutes of substantive discussion so it's meaningful in the sense that it's important. The leaders of these two countries communicate and talk and try to find areas that they can cooperate and work together. And that's what joe biden has been trying to. Do i think so whether this results in a ratcheting down of tension. I think remains to be seen. But it's certainly a step in the right direction
Mike McCarthy Compares Coaching Dak Prescott and Aaron Rodgers
"Mike mccarthy opened up about what he learned his pastime with aaron rodgers car relationship with dak prescott. It was all done in what was described as a quote relaxed environment for forty five minutes. Several cowboys reporters mccarthy also spoke of constantly of the cowboys situation. Saying obviously you wanna win games. But i'm building a championship program. Not just trying to win one. We're trying to win them. All so shannon. What do you make of this informal session with mccarthy skew say sometime why why would you tweet that or why would you go to social media why you know skill. I'll believe mike mccarthy believe he's not the coach of the green bay packers because they're rogers wanted him fired. I believe that's what scale with. Someone says oh he. The clinic was that he weird weird he. He's a very intelligent guy. well he the guy. That's very condescending. That thinks he knows more than you and he talks down to people and why that will be going back. Guess what they get this and go back. Aaron rodgers aaron. Did you hear what might say. Yup look out i play. I don't know how many how many of these. Tom lehrer do coach landry. How many did jimmy. Johnson do sit down interview. What is this your the hand you. The head coach of the dallas cowboys cared about no relationship. They won't you there to win game. They will to be free. They come into the house to eat. You're not sleeping anybody's house. Nobody wanna have no drink with you. They jones to win football game. Jerry jones causley talks about his football mortality and what he would be willing to do to hold their trophy one more time. And you're talking about that. I got a great relationship with that. I'm building a championship program. You ain't alabama championship program. Wins have shifted three. You got exactly what you're looking for because you for three years water jason gear dub. That may eight eight. Oh jason eight you wanted to go and now you've got somebody
Can America Fix Its Trains?
"Take a trip into the near future with me. A future where amtrak service looks less like the slow old system that we all know and more like the bullet trains that whisked people across countries like japan and france. This is what i think of as normal high speed rail's new york to washington an hour forty five. Maybe forty new york. Boston about the same new york philly should be forty forty five minutes apart. That's alon levy who has spent a lot of time thinking about how to improve train. Service blonde is a mathematician by training. But they're working now on. Something called the transit costs project at new york university. The project keeps track of how much similar train projects cost in. Different countries in the lawn is also an advocate for how american train travel should be what i would call train. Utopia ideally enter. The train station may be five minutes before the train departs. You can find an advance and reserve a seat. If you're with a friend you can reserve seats together. Emperor doesn't let now. There's lots and lots of capacity so you don't need to charge really high prices to avoid the train getting fall. Let's say new york and boston might be forty nine dollars. Tranche are going to be very frequent and the reason is that the northeast. Carter is enormous. How many people live there. It's what fifty million people between four enormous metropolitan areas so instead of having to two hours or half an hour you'd be waiting fifteen minutes.
Mariana Velsquez' Refreshing Summer Cocktail Recipe
"We continue this series with more recipes from some of the world's best shifts and bartenders. Today's recipes for a refreshing summer cocktail from columbia. Hello my name is maryanne. Alaska's i referred stylus and days make. You're an author of colombiana a rediscovery recipes and rituals from the soul of colombia. And today i wanna share with you. One of my favorites summer recipes from my book go by the vassal which is a street. Food is watermelon in line. Punch drink from the city of baron pizza which is great town. That's rolls over the mountains and into the mouth of the magdalena river and is such a vibrant city and i discovered these recipe on steamy afternoon. I was working all day and lunch was fire way and finally pulled onto the sidewalk to find a bunch of school. Kids chiding joking away as they dip their spoons into talk cups of crush watermelon with tons of line and ice and the watermelon pieces have been steeping into line for so long that they flavor had become some intense. And so the way you make these drink. It's really refreshing is you. Take about twenty cups of watermelon cut up into chunks by one cup of freshly squeezed lime juice and six cups of ice and you put everything into a large pitcher. And you use a wooden schooner model to sort of partly crushed that fruits for the watermelon seeps into the lime juice and dissolves a little utilit- really well for about forty five minutes and then read before serving new top it off with clubs soda and serving too tall bowl glasses with the lungs. It's delicious. i recommend
Disney Veteran Ben Sherwood Sets His Sights on Youth Sports with MOJO
"So ben give me the uk. So again it's mojo m. o. j. o. It's an app. And what am i doing. Walk me through this for anyone. Who's just hearing about mojo for the first time. Tell me about the use case here. Sure so my partner reach hoffner co founder of the company this team who built what the webby awards celebrated as the best sports app of twenty twenty one. We just found out last week. Got bad for startup. That's been on the market for ninety eight days. And here's what happens. Alex decides is gonna coach his daughter in youth soccer. she's four alex gets the app. Downs it from the app store. It's free and you enter in the number of girls your coaching their age. Their experience at your experience level. That's it simple on boarding process and boom we generate your first practice for you. Say a thirty minute practice. Say a forty five minute. Practice with videos made by mandalay sports media so top producers in the sports world. Who made the michael jordan documentary they produced with us the first few hundred activities in video. So you get to watch each activity in your practice short video. That explains what you're supposed to do what it's supposed to look like some coaching tips for you. It takes all the stress out of coaching. You got great activities that are proven to work with four year old girls. And that's your first practice. You then tell us how that practice went. You give us thumbs up. Thumbs down on some of the activities. Did the girls like the or not and then you can choose to have us generate your next practice for next week you can say you know what i'd like to work a little bit on dribbling because i noticed that the girls could really dribble. And that's what i want to focus on and so you can pull up a said of galleries of different practices that we've created about dribbling. Some of them curated by. Us youth soccer our partner in soccer the largest sports league of the united states three million kids. Three hundred thousand coaches some of them created by the world's best youth soccer coaches and you can pick a practice and that practice again same thing lays out for you equipment. You need videos to watch about how to do each of the activities and then guaranteed to work. So we just got the first results of the first ten thousand coaches of the eighth. We surveyed them. Eighty two percent of them say that the mo jo makes coaching easier and less stressful eighty. Three percent of them say that the is more fun for everyone. And it's working coaches love. This it takes all of the planning and all the prep and all the hassle out and it just delivers a really great experience on the field.
The Vet Told Me My Cat is a Pothead
"The vet told me. My cad is a pothead. The cats out of the bag harleys pupils darted back and forth. it was almost like a brain was vibrating. She stared out the window. But i could tell she wasn't really looking at anything. It was like when someone stares off into space. Lost in a daydream. I tried to snap her out of it but she was completely oblivious to me. I called her name and waved my hand in front of her face trying to elicit some sort of response. Nothing my attempts at snapping. Her back into reality went unnoticed by her. She continued to drift away to some other galaxy. It was as if she was looking right through me. I panicked and grabbed her carrier as quickly as i could and shoved her in. She didn't even put up the fight. She normally would iran. Pass my husband on the way to the car. I could barely tell him what was wrong without tears. Welling up in my eyes. My body's reaction to the fear and overwhelming emotions that fill towards the possibility that my little peanut was in some sort of danger. Thank god for nine lives. It's important to mention that my cat has burned through at least five of her nine lives. And it's only by a miracle that she still has a tale. Oh though it has a permanent seat curve now but those are stories for a different day despite living in a rural area where it seems like nothing is close by. My vet's office is a quick five minute drive and for once harley decided to use one of her nine lives during normal business hours. How nice of her. Typically these trips involve a forty five minute drive on a saturday night to the only open for emergencies. The vet was able to see her immediately. Or maybe i just barged in and budged. I am not sure when something is wrong with my baby. I tend to block out everything around me and go into crazy mom owed. She's just high. After a brief examination in which nothing appeared to be wrong. Doctor huber asked me. Did she get into anything any catnip. Maybe that's when it dawned on me. We have catnip growing outside and as you can imagine you know since she is a cat. Harley loves
How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections
"Thank once maybe twice a year people from the state would come out to do like an inspection or something. This is terry a former patient at the ana wakey campus in rock mart. The all girls facility. She remembers her time. How the staff would handle visits from state agencies. That were meant to check on the treatment center and how it operated with anna wakey now being a licensed medical facility. It had to be recorded the patients who were getting the proper treatment. They were supposed to and i remember the first time when they came out they picked like three of us. Girls should be the one to answer any questions and so they took the rest of the group like way way out into the woods like a mile out into the woods. And i can remember when the first inspector lady came. One of the group leaders told her. The girls are out on a work project about a mile out in the woods. I guess they just knew that the inspector probably wanting to hike out a mile that we were available though there were like three of us and we were told even before the inspector came if they asked if we met with a psychiatrist to let them know that we did and that we had thirty to forty five minutes sessions at this point in time in a wiki was sold to the parents of its patients largely as a medical treatment center with daily therapy in. Reality this therapy was greatly exaggerated often amounting to no more than a few minutes at most within actual therapist. I don't think my parents realized until. I got out that i really didn't get the help that i needed. We would see a psychiatrist. I i want to say once a week might have been every other week we would literally like get an a line and go one after the other and you only get a few minutes and they were just right on a clipboard in they would literally look at the clock and say okay. Time's up next. I mean it was a
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"When i'd eaten the candies in this enormous drop will what is so interesting about that. Unique state where someone has this. What's called a rebound hypoglycemia. Eat a meal and get a little brain fog or a little tired and lethargic what happens then that unique state is you've spiked the glucose. Insulin has rocketed up to try to prevent it from going to high in my case and many others insulin insulin. Too far in for me. I think it was a combination of having eaten these in immediately getting up and moving around where my muscles were also very greedily pulling in the glucose independent of insulin so my glucose rocketed down went really low so that moment. My brain is relatively deficient in glucose. It's not able to meet. its energetic. Needs from glucose along because glucose went solo so quickly. Now a person would hear me say this and think well why not. Dan just rely on tetons but had already wiped out my key. Tones by spiking up my insulin. We only ever have fairly little towns in the blood. So this massive spike in my glucose ended up in the in the hour afterwards. Draw or about you know about forty five minutes. After it happened. I end up. Depriving my brain of its two sources because the glucose plummeted down getting to what was a very uncomfortably low level for me at the time and this massive insulin. Spike would have deprived my brain of the key tones. So i did. In fact have very likely an acute period of time and acute moment of of brain of an energy gap. My brain was hungry and it was essentially telling my body. Hey i need to stop things. I'm getting hungry. And if i go to hungry for too long were dead so muscles liver. I need you guys to slow things down to spare some of this energy so that i can make sure i'm fed and we can continue to survive so people who know my. My instance was quite extreme. It was very profound feeling. And i just had to sit down and let it kinda work. I told my wife and the kids just kept going. I just drank water. Had some salt just to try to keep my blood pressure up in just work my way through it over the next fifteen minutes or so but to a lesser. Maybe more subtle degree. I think this is a common phenomenon where someone is there at work. And they're trying to get the best productivity from their brain. And i understand that. That's my moneymaker everything i do is is because of my brain in. So we're relying on our brain to be to be optimal and yet when we are loading the system with these sugars and starches. We are creating a potential period of of starvation. Sure we're going to work a great in that moment where the insulin. Spiked and glucose despite but the inevitable drop in potential excess drop. We've gone below where we should have been that results. of course. in a reduction. I would think a reduction in productivity as the brain is kind mildly starving so Even in the short term moments brain energy uses profoundly relevant. And i suspect most people are putting themselves on that never ending spike in. Drop that results in the brain kind of suffering. What a great story because it highlights this thing that is so important for for us to pay attention now is whether you have alzheimer's and dementia history in your family even if you may be thinking okay. So i'm eating this way to one day. Avoid those diseases in the future but actually it's not just that you may be eating this way or lowering your stress or prioritizing sleep so that you can get the maximum performance now when you get the maximum performance..
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Msnbc they analyze. Is this very piece that he wrote and they bring in a journalist from the new york times her name is mara gaye. Analyze this trump threat. Now before i show you the clip you may remember as i said earlier mara gay just a few weeks ago was interviewing andrew yang in the new york times and said that me dave rubin that i regularly host white supremacists. I tweeted at her many times. Asking her for clarification on that of course she did not respond. We also gave away a month. Free to anyone who signed up at the rubin report community in honor of mara gaye. I think we use mara it was code mara at the time. So i thank you for that mar. She also got the name. Wrong she called dave rubin show. We couldn't get a retraction or correction or anything because these people are journalists. They're just human jokes that show up on these shows but anyway she then so you have a washington post writer who writes an op. Ed than msnbc covers that vary op-ed who's written it's written in effect by an activist the democratic activists it's then covered in msnbc and they bring in a new york times journalist to analyze it. And you're not gonna believe that. This woman was on long island and they had american flags video long island this weekend. Visiting i'm really dear friend and i was really disturbed. I saw in a dozen than dozens of pickup trucks with explosives against joe biden on the back of them trump lags and some cases just dozens of american flags which is also just disturbing because essentially the message was clear was this is my country. This is not your entering. I own this and so until we're ready to have that conversation. This is going to continue. I think she means expletives not explosives. But i don't wanna be a white supremacist by correcting anyone's english. But look i come from long island one of the good things. I think one of the things that actually made me who. I am the reason that perhaps you watch. This show is that long island is actually a wonderfully diverse place. Where you're outside of new york city. You know about forty five minutes outside of new york city so it's the suburbs of the big city and what you got. There was so many people who were second and third generation americans whose parents grew up basically in queens and brooklyn tenement houses and small apartments just like my grandparents one bedroom six kids And and then eventually through hard and the american dream they got their families to be able to move out to the suburbs. My family is literally an example of the american dream and so many people whether they were irish italian or jewish or black or hispanic or whatever it is all did that on long island long island sort of the best example of what america could be in a certain sense and then have that proximity to the big city where the further generations who that then. We're middle-class could go in and follow their dreams and some crazy kid from long island could try to do stand up comedy in new york city for years and then eventually do something that led to something pretty decent in twenty twenty one. Yeah this guy. It's a beautiful place long island anyway. Her fear that there were people with trucks with with anti biden messages on the trucks. I suppose are the flags. I if i just don't that i mean there may have been one or two that she saw but like are any of you anyone watching this scene. Lots of trucks drive around. Like can i say f word. We don't wanna get democratized. Sousa which screw own joe biden. Have you seen that flag. Have you see that flag. No wouldn't trump was resin everywhere you went. There were pictures of trump as a nazi and crossing out of space and giving a mustache it all of those things but further..
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on 20/20
"My name's maryanne. quinn. I am aaron. Quinn's mother my other son ethan. At sent us text. So i called ethan. He said denise has been kidnapped and errands at the police station. And i was just i was shocked and i said well we're coming down. I want police station. They take dna samples and they told me that they have to take my clothes. So i go. that's fine. take a behind me. A pair of pants shirt look down patties pants and says solano county prison on it. I realized that prison close here now in the police station talking to police telling them your story him fairly open under questions. I acknowledge. i'm like this sounds like a movie. I know it sounds bizarre. We're talking about swim goggles. Blacked out with tape. Headphones giving instructions intruders that are in full body wetsuits. When did you hear about things like this video. Recording on and make sure have contact one detective mat- muster tasty who as is over the incentive house and it starts asking about a relationship at time tension and relationship madden She's upset turned cheating. No well she saw that emotionally. No those cheated sometimes starts asking questions about denise and you guys were having problems and the tone starts to change. She will discover something. Go through your phone or my phone which started Air and midst that they've had tension in their relationship so you can sort of understand why police might be a little bit suspicious. They also are gonna look at him as a suspect because he is the closest person and the last person to have seen denise alive. At what point do you realize that you're in trouble in big trouble about forty five minutes in. He leaves back in his chair and he tells me think are being truthful. I don't think anybody came into your house story. You're telling them that. I think about how all gonna play out now. I mean you no frogmen. timothy are awesome. Just in wetsuit sir. Remember if erin story is true. Denise has been kidnapped so every minute that takes by. She's an incredible danger. All this is going on with him. His parents and his brother are at the police station. They grilled his parents telling them. What could kitty was kept asking as they ever got angry. As you know as you've done drugs as a teenager he was easy. He was the quarterback for the high school. He got voted. Let's love boy of the year. That's what they call for leadership abilities and commitment to good values. They really really did not want to hear that. They had already decided he killed her. Maybe we're on site push down the stairs. Maybe we're experimenting with drugs prescription drugs. Maybe we're into weird sexting.
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on To Live and Die in LA
"Did the search rhonda hampton had also been doing around social dining and noticed something that bothered her. She was involved in something else. If that's true. I'm looking at her friends. And so rhonda found a situation or the search where she could talk to elaine's friends alone and unobserved she was even at the mind of the first told me because she told them that she was going there to confront him about the rape and that she wanted to file charges. She wanted him to be like her witness or to support her. She was going rhonda after lanes friends. What evidence. They had to prove that elaine was going to see divine to get his support before she reported the assault to the police. The girl said that there was there was a video which i believe they said was like about forty five minutes long and she was going on and on and on about what happened to her and how she was going to go challenged divine on it and i think it was like about two or three days before she actually went to the house. They clearly were saying that she was going to tell him. You need to help me confront him. Rhonda then brought up. The name of very famous rapper. Why she mentioned him is unclear to me. Since he wasn't performing at the concert. That elaine went to that night. Then we start talking for some reason about kodak and so they were saying that they thought absolutely crazy to think that code at blackwood about anything to do with raping anybody or anything like that. So we'll do that jail. they didn't. They stopped dead in their tracks. And that's when the tone chain. I said okay. So what's there's one that has brown hair and one that has blonde hair. So the one with the blonde hair was saying we have to tell her everything. We are everything and then the other ones like. No no. we're not. We're not those took off now. Ac clinic no. I did because i was looking at the was either instagram. Or whatever and i just looking at who was in and around around the time that elaine. What missing maybe a month before and after kodak box name. He just showed up one of the photographs that he did. Instagram gives instagram. I asked rhonda what evidence she had that elaine was going to come forward now and she referenced. Video streaming at periscope. They said it had happened a while ago. But for some reason she put it on periscope like right before she went missing. I don't know what they what it is that they're not telling me that because one of them wanted to jump the the brown hair like she wanted to tell me everything the other one wouldn't let her showed rhonda. The pitchers rose. Marie had given to me so she could identify the two friends and she identified them as kristen and danielle. I also asked her if she knew. Why devine's mother was yelling for daisy. And she had no idea so now. I needed to talk to all three of these friends. Then yell kristen and daisy smoke..
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"She would have been something nineties. Maybe nineties early nineties late eighties. Like maybe eighty nine something like that. She was a gigantic deal electric youth. I think i did that in my two year. Old dance class. that's right. Electric youth was. Oh yeah i remember that one. So i am wondering okay now what she do now because she you know she was a gigantic deal. She was like the gigantic stars out there and now she's she's so i go to her instagram. What is she doing every instagram post. Is her singing a different song. And i thought oh. That's so sad. Just never given it up. I would like do you think she could join. You know like in some small towns you can go see. There's never been a better time for for like icons of the eighties and nineties to go on tour because now all those people have money. You're writing so people would pay to see debbie gibson. I don't know who but southern wood. Must it be weird to be a gigantic deal one day and to just disappear for the rest of your life especially think about if she wasn't a one hit wonder she had four or five hit. Oh yes no. She was good but think about people that are one hit wonders. Like i remember. I was watching the voice once and the guy voice that tried to go. Becky like one hit song. It was something shuffle and any went back on the voice to try and get into the competition. Any sang his once song and nobody turned her out. How bad would that be That'd be awful. That'd be awful. Yeah just that. What's that cupid shuffle. And who sings it or hey. It doesn't say i'm trying to look it up. It doesn't say okay so this guy went on the voice any song you want. He saying this one hit song. Nobody turned around and ceelo was on was on the back then and he turned records. Hey man i know you turn around so debbie gibson. Sort of fading right and now. She's a singing songs with their little keyboard on her instagram. And i'm like oh poor. Hashtag blessed i the hashtag blessed thing we gotta stop with. That is so annoying. You started it. Does she do with her. She does not she does not cause. She was blessed in the late eighties early nineties but she's not blessed anymore. So then i read a story about adrian. Grin year is now who was the star of entre. Yeah he played vince. He now lives on a farm about forty-five minutes out of austin and he has quit show business altogether he says quote. It was an effing load of fun and amazing while it lasted. I'm not disparaging the stage of my development when i could go deep into my total abject debauchery but look at nature.
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast
"Mike come hell or high water. We're going to make that happen for anybody. Who investment capacity without giving up equity. Okay i understand your point of view. Richard Join us because you have more information on this. Topic germ unit joined here because yes hi. Hi joined you. Because as i was listening to jasmine for about forty five minutes before you asked her that question about funding. I was screaming to myself in my own little head. This woman needs to do a crowdfunding. Jasmine i really wanna invest in you. But i am not be so. That's the only way usually that's available for me. I think tonight. I'm going to screen printed t shirt. That said sameeh wanted to invest in me. And i'm ragging rights girl pushy. So deter you and i were thinking the same thing i guess. Yeah so i'm from castle placement and this is what we do. We raise capital for companies. And we've raised billions of dollars for lots of different types of companies. And i think. I have a pretty good sniff test. On what the equity capital markets are looking for. Jasmine is what the equity capital markets are looking for so so follow up with her afterwards. maybe A conversation will happen here. let's let's go to emily..
How to Make Your Podcast One-of-a-Kind
"With millions of podcasts out there bet you're wondering can i create a unique show and the answer is yes you can't. There's no one else out there with your perspective on a topic that you want to cover so that in mind here are some tips on how you can create a show. That's one of a kind. The first thing to consider is your podcast format. There lots of podcasts. Out there that have a host interviewing or even co-hosts who bantered with each other and he wanted to either of those formats. That's fine what i would consider is to add in different segments to break it up and make it more unique so some examples could be listener submitted questions a lightning rod for the guests at the end of each episode or even bringing on a sponsor to interview them on a topic. That's based around your podcast. Something else to consider is to length of your show so most podcasts or either thirty or sixty minutes long. Maybe you want to consider show. That's twenty five minutes long or forty five minutes long. When you incorporate both of these elements your show is going to be different than anything. Your listeners have ever heard. The second thing to consider is to really lead into your perspective. Whatever that is so for example. Let's say cooking is the topic and your perspective is home. Cooking reigns supreme or rush on cooking. Far better than anything you can cook at home. Taking the angle were home. Cooking is gray. Maybe create a show around some equipment. That home cooks can use. Or if you wanna take the perspective. That restaurant cooking is superior you can show around interviewing restaurant chefs and some of the techniques that they use to make their food amazing. Don't be afraid to your opinion on the show. Your perspective is what's going to make your podcast unique so the more you can lean into that the war your show out
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"Went through a home refinance. There was some prep work involved. Hey get a lot of papers together but the final meeting the one with the closing attorney with us signing all sorts of documents in blue ink that took about forty five minutes and i now have a brand new home loan. It's going to save me about one. Hundred and twenty thousand dollars. Same house different costs. I want you think about that. It's the exact same house absolutely. Nothing has changed except the amount of money that i'm pain. You something very similar that you can do with your podcast. Same words same interviews better results. Maybe you're wondering what what could that possibly be. Its record it well. Let me tell you a story popular. Podcast her he asks for feedback on his show guys trying something where he streaming his podcast via clubhouse which means that one of the co host is coming in via phone. She's got one guy who sounds great. Just like a normal podcast. He's recording until mike. He's in a studio and the other guy. It sounds like he's on the phone. Which one of these guys you think is perceived as more trustworthy data shows. The we trust the person with the better audio even if the guy on the phone has a better message or as more skilled. This is something that is so easy to fix. Like i said same words. Same interviews you're doing the performance. You're just not capturing it well for these guys in particular. They can leave everything the way that they've got it as far as connecting the clubhouse for the broadcast guys coming through on the phone they could put a mic in front of his mouth record his voice into a local computer. Then take those recordings the guys in studio and the guy who's on the phone via clubhouse but is also recording via mike merge those tracks into their editing software and.
Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars
"Laura things a lot of people talk about is hell painful. It is to run a webinar and not make as many sales as you actually anticipate or hope to. I've learned the hard way time and time again. And tweak my saleswoman a presentation over and over to find out what really works and today i'm just gonna give it to you. I'm gonna give you the three things that if you do today in your next sales webinar. It's going to change your results. It's going to help you get more sales. This is what i found in my own experience. So let's jump right into it. The first tip is many of us when we run a sales webinar. We have the format of doing some sort of workshop training or coaching followed up with a demo or presentation or sales pitch of our product and then we have cuny. The problem is is that too many of us will say the women are sixteen minutes. We will maybe teach for forty five minutes get into our demo and pitch and because we don't have much time left to answer a few questions and we may even go over time and the webinar about an hour and fifteen minutes in this defeats. The purpose of a saleswoman are. The whole point of this was webinars to make sales. Okay so it needs to be your top priority. And i been guilty of this many times. And i actually didn't learn what i was doing wrong until i actually started asking feedback from people that attended my weber my My co hosts. If i did a partner webinar and they were just awesome. He told me that. Neil going to longer babies to content heavy and that was my fault because i come from teaching background. I just wanna give give give and teach teach teach. But i'm actually doing my customers a disservice because i'm not giving them enough time to learn about the product of the solution. That's gonna really help them and give them chances to ask questions about it. So what i found. Is that if you're going to run a sixty minute webinar. I find that the best breakdown is twenty five. Twenty fifteen now. This may feel a little bit uncomfortable but trust me twenty five minutes of content of workshop. This includes your introduction your backstory all that kind of stuff and given them great information
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Who cares about anything else. When you've got rick tittle on the radio. All right thanks for that. A couple minutes left in our number one of two and they're When i mentioned. I have jessica watkins on the show coming up in about Forty five minutes a lot of people who are Mega are probably pretty excited. Because jessica watkins is the Who stormed the capital dressed out in full tactical gear. And she. she's one of those. Things are called oath keepers. I what it is. Is that right sound familiar. Oath keeper. not her. It's jessica watkins who is the comedian. And we'll also have coming up in about fifteen minutes saf star Travis mills who gave all four of his limbs for his country. You know you think about these. Jackasses that by the tactical gear on amazon and storm the capital. And then a real guy like that all right. Let's go real quick to charlie in manhattan. What's up charlie. Hey rick real quick Jim o'brien was a field goal. Kicker for the colts only super bowl. That had a losing player. I forget the guy's name for the couch tally. That's it Kingpin wanted a greatest movies. Of all time. I agree great. One of the might for favorite team is when they show randy quaid sitting in the urinal going into the bathroom as opposed to Standing up using it and aaron rodgers. quick question. you you last week. You told me you'd only get one one. And derek carr maybe amac's crosby box of all given the fact that the raiders poorly dra- now. This is just some fans perspective. They're drafting number. Ones has been historically bad at least in recent history. Why wouldn't you part with more than one one. You know you're right if may ocsta- j. second round pick. I mean that was a waste. You know i'm with you now. And by the way. I was at a super bowl. Fifteen where rod martin and outside linebacker had three interceptions. He get the super bowl and vpn was not mvp and chuck halley had to he got mvp. I agree ridiculous. I anyway i got to run but i'm with you. You're right you are right may stupid. Let's give him five number one seriously. I'm rectal come on that. You're.
Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter
"James anthony welcome to the show man. How's it going. Thank you look. Everything is good good good to Speak to create another shooter out here but yeah thanks to me about you and i spoke about a week ago and when we had that conversation you were right on the heels literally running in the house from the oscars right you dislike literally set down and zoom coming from an oscar party or from something oscar related less before we dive into your background. Let's start there. Let's let's do you know how the in films since you're you're in tinseltown down there in films deals often start a movie halfway through the movie and then go back to the beginning. Let's start air. What was that. Like as a photographer shooting the oscars and being having that level of access well a little bit of surreal. A little bit of lag. Yeah should be here. You know like. I put a so. It's always that dance whereas like what this is crazy. And then as i know you've been putting in blood sweat and tears over year so this is where you should be so it's twenty when those moments kind of take over but a just working with the talent that i was working with regina king on our everything is out there but posing the photos regina king in awesome talented actress in director oscar. Award-winning actress indiana. I'm shooting her in hers. Her sweet and then aldus hodge who is also equally talented actor in also one of the stars of her film. When night in miami he comes in unexpectedly to me but then he jumps in the some of the shots in wherever the capture. Some almost between regina and and em would just work with a talent like hers in being also in the presence of the brand that of the drugs issues wearing so you had louis vuitton rep there You had your in correspondence. Virtually with vogue because their wait. They're waiting for the first drop of the images so a little bit of pressure just knowing that you have to go in there execute Had these images ready as soon like these images had to be ready edited within forty five minutes of me
Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League
"How bad we're asking today. They will awful. I forty five minutes was terrible. Done for to make it. He wrote a leak fond. Louis no aggression about that. There was getting around the pitch. It was all really slow and pedestrian. Or i thought they had a decent going in the last ten fifteen minutes of the game but that was just desperation. They were way off eiffel over the two legs. I thought they would have went through. I thought it'd be to pacey l'oreal they will naive in the first leg. You try to be too small to cut up. Because that's playing a false nine tonight. You still awfully took young off with ten minutes to go brought lockers on one or play. The pair william came on had no effect whatsoever that brought eddie and are on on the not minutes for three or four minutes of the game so all in all to the real tell you deserve to go through. Explain this theory semifinal of the aropa league your only chance cancer the champions the and you come out and you in turgid performance. I'm afraid you have to look at the monitor. You know the fact that don't said other than a little florida with ten fifteen minutes to go at the end really in such a big game. I'm sorry we can. We can say that players have to motivate themselves. When they're on the field they have to get gone and this is their responsibility but say before the game the mine you should have been thrown the through every single one of them winding them up maintenance shirley new home important game was making shielding you important. It was to start the game war. Mccan shooting you important was to put pressure on villa. We up none of those things happen to fifteen minutes to go on. Shed mean not that has to be done to tetra coaching stuff. It's not a bad teams shot when you look at the qualities of expensive players arab bamiyan pathway thomas party of course soccer up and coming english attacker a lot of excitement around the him but there was just nothing nothing osmose perspective even a little excited about. Today
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Run The Jewelz Show
"You can tell a lot about people just by. You know what they're doing every day obviously and one of the things. I tend to do Obviously i've got a contact. I work with it. Comes to hr benefits or something like that and ask them about the company and the employees as well you know. What am i dealing with him. I dealing with people who might have had some issues in the past in my absent trust issues when it comes to financial institution. Am i dealing with people who might be in the kind of private banking sector and Am i dealing with people who you know a lot of them. Were part time. have side. Gigs be entrepreneurs and are looking on the personal side but also on the corporate side. I mean there's a lot that goes into it and using the contact that you have in the research that it's readily available or easy ways to start in really kind of provide a lot of perspective Before you go into the room start doing in all out or on the web this zaken saying those that are not researchers. Have no excuse especially at girl media not to be. Researching attention appliance soil. Even potential employers are that you made having to speak in front and so Talk talk zach. More work like the financial the financial speaking. I like how how is Financial the financial businesses and also especially credit unions and banks. Like talk about certain things that you may hear about of being a certain questions or even with the financial of bank systems. Credit unions teams are only by. Yeah well things are changing constantly. I mean we see that. Just in general i mean rates. Change all the. It's it's something that. I have to be aware when i go into a presentation you know. If it's just changed. I mean and you know it could happen a couple days before and i've got to remember in the middle of the presentation things are up or down or whatever. It is because often that those are questions that people start with is the rates of things but also it has to do with. You know certain promotions that we have going on. Those are always fluctuating. Different deals on how the services work of products work. I mean there's there's a lot of the. I say that preparation. There's a lot of preparation on the home side to when it comes to really kind of known how the credit union works. No we can offer people of a say somebody comes up and you know has a question about a specific product that could be the right product for them. Or maybe there's something else that makes a little bit more financial sense. And if i can you know actually react to that and deal with their questions just in general i mean who knows that they could even more even happier with the service that we might be trying to provide. Yeah absolutely in into that point as as a follow up. Man like the your own like a monthly or quarterly goals like People that may be listening maybe in a similar position in their company or organization like how can they improve their their output or and improve their efficiency in their row. Yeah so i do have designated goals that are set by my management and why i say it's not difficult but at the logging you do the job and more confident. I mean really. That's kinda where to go back to the confidence really does hell. I mean i do presentations four to five times a week in afternoon that many times he kinda really get to know it and it becomes easier and you come more reactive. You can make some changes. There's a little bit more fluidity when it comes to things might be going on or somebody asks crazy off the wall question that you know. If you're still kinda new everything it might be hard to react to. So i really just say practice in meeting those goals. They happen now. Obviously there's when it comes to my position is a little groundwork and getting the appointments companies and doing all that sort of staff to the pierre talking to people. China meet those goals the preparation the confidence the repetition. I mean i always. I always laugh at at the whole role playing thing. I'm going to be the customer. You're going to be the person talk in. I always hated that right. Know after so many times and you get used to it. I mean there is some merit to that. It might be embarrassing room. I'd be somebody that you know a boss or something that he just don't wanna do. I mean i it but you kind of learn and if they ask them questions that might come out and later on real life then you kind of have a little bit of groundwork to work off. So i do you suggested. Even though it's miserable like you said you gotta do your due diligence in the hype yourself up and i know even you as a speaker You may have a certain ritual or maybe a certain thing that you do before you're going to present. Do you like listen to any particular music. People praise some people may like At the wall times. Do something as a ritual. You have any rituals that that you up bear as you know me sports is you know. Listen is sports radio or something like that some fantasy baseball fantasy. Football stuff on the podcast. Really it's just breathe. I mean if you can kinda work yourself up to be a nervous and all that and there's going to be jitters dow but you know just take a deep breath and kind of calms the nerves and everything be confident in what you know and the presentation that you're gonna do. I mean even if it's the first time you know the stuff better than most of the people you list your talent to anyway so you're already had an advantage absolutely and even and even with that point is you know you know how a folks are afraid of giving presentations. Let's say even to their colleagues in the workspace and also Just even in advancing their career. Like why do you think especially you being young professional and seeing especially from a corporate perspective and being in the credit unions and Also seeing other corporations why do you think people are afraid to speak when they know that they have the information inside of them but they're just afraid when they get in front of people that are going to be watching them or judging. I think one of the biggest things is not that confidence in yourself that cell common into something that people struggle with just in general. I mean it doesn't even have to public speaking. It is what it is kind of thing. I mean it's a matter of you know. Harnessing you know what you can do and you know the knowledge that you have in just fighting through that self confidence in or that maybe lack of self confidence and again. I say the more times you do you confident in that. Build yourself up in general. I mean we're not even just talking about the presentation itself. But i mean i can't tell you the feeling when i come out of you know a presentation and went really. Well their questions and there are some really good traction and all that and you walk out of it and you're kind of on high right there. I mean it's i say it's kinda comparable to make you when you make a big sale for those that are in sales. You know just sort of that. Big win but i mean that's a huge growth for self confidence. Yeah yeah that that tells the tale of what my last interviewees said have seen how many people actually come and talk to you after you present or after the training because that shows that they're interested in catching you off line to ask them personal questions. Yeah which which leads me to my next point like when it comes to especially you presenting in front of not necessarily to in fifty amount of people but even a small intimate settings like your whole your whole purpose is of course to like real real them into your service for for the credit union at george zone. But how do you like designate. How much time you give certain people do you. Do you have a certain time limit that you may talk to them if they're not serious about following up with the process on application being completed like what's your. What's your step by step through that yet so when it comes to the main financial wellness seminar that i do and i enjoy the most. It's built about forty five minutes of time into it. Leaves about thirty thirty five minutes for the material then. Ten to fifteen minutes of group questions you know. A lot of people have general questions that they're not afraid to ask in our the opportunity because there always is but that also kind of leaves that fifteen minutes to complete the hour for people to come up and ask questions that they don't want to ask him for other coworkers or that sort of thing especially if it's a you know maybe an embarrassing personal thing. I mean everyone goes through different things when it comes to life especially in their financial landscape and you know that can be difficult to stand up and say. Oh i had this problem. It's everybody it's the people you see every day so that's really difficult..
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on REI Branded podcast
"I we're looking rather than just try to spread all across ontario and try to compete against more like well-established brands. Were we decide to start in niagara so specifically welland on anson catherine's and so we just really decided you don't word is gonna double down in these markets. Try to get more niche. Where some of the other companies are very broad across the province. And then see if we can just get more of like an established foothold that way. So what the initial things that you look at in terms of trying to that market and oversee that coming up with the name which is to hold experience. Do a whole put. We could probably do a whole podcast. Just on naming businesses cowan just the naming side. I think we spent maybe about forty five minutes all just kind of brainstorming names you know towards the end of that conversation like okay while we haven't found one yet and eventually i think with within a day or so we. We finally came up with the yellow door properties and We just like the whole brand behind it that it was something that you know. It would be recognizable and it's a little bit different than what most companies are being named especially in the wholesaling side. Which is you know anything to do with homes for cash fast moving properties. I mean they were all we just wanted to stand out a little bit more To us specifically one of our brands. We're really trying to do things a little bit different. Where you know. we're looking Working in small communities in the reputation hold so true in so strong. And that's something that we really wanted to stand by. You know you drive down the street and someone has a yellow door. It's gonna stand out right. So that's kind of where the concept came up and You know we're excited to down this journey. So what sort of things have you started to do that to try and get that brand out there and start to..
Audioburst CEO Amir Hirsh on the Benefits of the 'Burst'
"Know you rabbit hole trying to find if you put in A good search engine like what you guys have over there and audio burst the kind of homes in on what you're looking for so you don't get a lot of hodgepodge out there. Why is that so much. Challenge out there and how did you. How did you and your company Overcome that challenge to to make it make it more more easier. More user friendly win ones are searching for different content so when we look at that problem we mapped multiple challenges that exist in audio mailing or that doesn't exist in texts and in other mediums mainly texts that we're accustomed to today In discovering and finding audio there are several challenges. One audio is usually produced in long forms. It's the thirty minutes or one hour. Long of a podcast. It's a forty five minute long over show and win. I want to hear something specific. Or even if i want to subscribe to podcasts. I wanna get a taste before. I wanna understand. What is being spoken. I cannot listen to the full show halfway through it. Understand that you know what. That's not exactly what i was looking for. Preferred different opinion or a different type of reporting so the first thing sold is that we've cut it into what we call burst into a short clips into specific items. So when you search. I don't give the beginning of the podcast you're brought to that burst that section that answered your question and you can get the exact answer that you're looking for especially in today's short attention span that humanity has you get the essence of what you're looking for and then you can make the decision whether you want to go the full thing you want to listen to the long form the full show or you want to listen to another result. Perhaps there's a better pocket that will answer your needs so the first challenge that made audio difficult to Fine to discover was to make it more concise to the point than we thought that by cutting it into bursts.
Where does Gonzaga-UCLA rank among greatest college games?
"What time did you get to bed on saturday night. Three thirty three. I was done working at like one thirty. I just i. I watched the jalen sug shot fifty times. I just i couldn't get over it and i woke up this morning. Still kind of buzzing about it jeff. Porcello is a college basketball insider for espn and he's been covering the tournament from indianapolis us a prisoner of the moment. Jeff that's the phrase that gets thrown around but there are not many moments in sports history like what happened with gonzaga in the final four. You were there just broad historical analysis year. What did we witness. I mean it was the best game i've ever seen in person or on tv and it wasn't a game where the ending masked a you know sloppy but close game. This was just just unbelievable. Basketball for forty. Five minutes. Both teams making shots. No team led by more than seven points the the tension and the butterflies ahead throughout the game. It was just unlike anything. I've witnessed the shot at the end. Just just kind of cap it all off just mentioned that that shot by suggs. Walk us through it from your perspective. What you're seeing. I knew we were good because there was in jalen hands. He's got that magical or he just. He makes them in practice all the time. It's been craziest. Your many's maiden practice where last second shot so. I felt pretty good staring right at it and i was like that's in so it was. It was the best game you know in my you know since i started covering the sport and people compare it to the nineteen ninety-two duke kentucky game. I did not see that. In person. And i was six years old five years old but i i can't imagine there are too many games in the history of the sport. There were better than this.
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!
"What services. What do i do next to that. More emotional piece of This has really rocked my world here. And i know i need to Kind to get some perspective. Because i have to really step it up because my child needs more from me. So i'm that call. We spent about forty five minutes talking being our room and then deciding if parent coaching could be a benefit How would that fit in with. Maybe other services and other therapies that they may be putting into into place so so that to me is an important piece. Because i feel like at the very least parents leave with a bit of clarity and hopefully some next steps because i've been an autism specialist for over twenty years. Now sometimes they just need to kinda kinda get that second opinion. Or here's some validation or asked all the questions because you are so right about that at piece of Confusion among understanding the diagnosis and not just the diagnosis. 'cause we can all google right on a million things will come up but when i really do is try to tailor that understanding based on their individual child. So how does autism show up for your child right. Where are the weaknesses. And where are the strengths in. How do we capitalize on those because the rabbit hole of the internet. Tell me about it spray. It's a scary scary place yet. It's also just the time waster to particularly at the beginning of this journey. If you missed our parent whose child has been recently diagnosed time is a bit of the essence. And you don't wanna make the wrong decision because you wanna be able to have things setup for your child sooner rather than later because early intervention. There's such an awesome developmental window to capitalize on wrong when kids are young that the brain still developing so. That's the time you can really make the biggest difference with interventions and targeted therapies. So making sure you're making the right decisions being able to have someone else to kinda talk about and the other piece too is that some parents do side after the call To move forward..
How To Use The Amazon Music Sleep Timer
"Hey terry here with your flash briefing for thursday and today want to give you a practical tips. Have you ever listened to music at night and then you just wanted your music to go off after a certain amount of time When you fall asleep while you can do that and it's just one very very simple command and simply this once you've got lexi playing your music. Whatever your playlist is or whatever your genre of music that you've asked for really whatever kind of music you've you want You simply this lexi set a sleep timer. Four and fill in the number of minutes thirty minutes fifteen minutes forty five minutes an hour. Whatever the case may be and you will find that after that length of time the music automatically turns off and you can have a great sleep
The Story of Miss Baker - Space Monkey
"Okay so what was the plan. Were they going to do with these. Twenty-six tiny cute monkeys already worried about them. Yeah so nasa wasn't a thing until nineteen fifty eight so for years. The army and the navy have been running these tests to see if it's safe to send humans to space and that's where these twenty-six tiny monkeys come in. So were they going to send all twenty six of these monkeys into space or was there like some kind of training tiny centrifuges how they just please imagine for a moment a monkey training montage. They had to go through like stimulated flights and lab testing. And you know stress testing like they were looking for the smartest calmest monkey to send to space. Yeah i'm totally imagining the monkey version of the right stuff. And i'm sure this isn't isn't true but i'm picturing like tiny silver jumpsuits and little monkeys walking down the tarmac in slow motion for sure. That is what i'm picturing. So it all sounds really cute. Little monkey nuts blazing a trail to the stars. But actually the us government at this point has been trying for a decade to bring a monkey back alive so starting in nineteen forty eight we had albert. The i went down to the tail. Explosion albert the second valve failure alpert. The third parachute didn't open i. I mean it's interesting and this is like it's both totally awful but gives you some sense of why they're doing these experiments right because they're going to send people into space plans to send people into space years out from sending people to space and so far there just you know. Just a bunch of dead monkeys. This is i mean so. This is pretty grim up until we get to miss baker. How did they end up choosing miss baker. So it's spring of nineteen fifty-nine. There's all launch scheduled. And so the navy basically narrows it down to one candidate and its tiny female squirrel. Monkey barely on adults. And she's teeny tiny. You hold her in your hands She has this adorable little like white mask on her face. You know tiny little like bear shaped ears a long tail super long fingers. Ucr your heart just goes out to her and the researchers really liked this particular monkey. The even named her tlc for tender loving care. They basically figure if she she was the smartest the most docile and that she was the best candidate for this mission little known fact nineties hip hop group. Tlc named after her frie- you music box out there. Score that one away. That's that that's not true so the mission was coming up and all higher ups like we. We can't call her. Tlc that's not. That's not going to sound good over the radio. And so they renamed her baker specifically they renamed her miss baker and her co pilot for the mission was another monkey and they call her. Ms able and so finally. It's may twenty eight one thousand nine hundred. Ninety nine launched a cape canaveral. They load miss baker up into this really scary looking contraption it's like a water bottle or metal thermos and she's wrapped up in there like a mummy in this little jacket and she able or walked out onto the tarmac where they launched all the ships and they're loaded into the top of a rocket fifty ton jupiter rocket fifty tonnes for two tiny monkeys. Okay so they're on top of this building sized fifty ten rocket they're tiny they're cute and this giant rocket this big launch. It's all for them. There's nothing else going on today so owning to thirty five. Am one lengthening. We have looked up thirty monkeys strapped in escaping from the gravity of earth and into space at one point. They're moving at ten thousand miles per hour. Just imagine flint would be terrifying for anybody much less a monkey in total they spend about fifteen minutes in space and then the nosecone detaches from the rocket and it begins the descent. Forty-five minutes after the launch. The nosecone splashes down about two hundred fifty miles off the coast of puerto rico. Just after five. Am that morning. The uss kua pulls up at picks up the nose cone and everyone is very nervous. They were desperate for these monkeys to have survived. So one of the guys aboard ship popped open the nose cone and both the monkeys were alive. Everyone was just everyone was so happy. They radio back to cape canaveral and they said able baker are perfect. No no problems after unwrapping her from her coat and her thermos one of the guys on the ship gave miss baker at a little cookie. And so it was. It was a huge success because these were the first monkeys to return alive from space. Oh wow yeah and these were like the first american animals to kind of come back in one piece and you know like at this point. This is the middle of the space race. There's a lot riding on this as a very very geopolitically important little tiny monkey yeah she was a big deal and you would be for the rest of your life so immediately miss baker in her co-pilot miss able are shipped off to washington. Dc for a press conference because our what do you mean a press conference the monkeys you gotta understand there now vip very important primates but four days after the landing something really sad happens miss able dies in a freak accident and so now. Miss baker is the only the only monkey to return alive from space and america's only animal astronaut to have survived. And so that just kind of makes her even more special there. Were you know newsreels about her children's books printed about her or she gets fanmail especially from children. She was on good morning. America at one point. She got double billing with the jackson five. That is famous. Yeah i also. I also love post her career in science her life kind of like moves into the gossip pages. A little more public figures like that like they do something you know like kind of given a title. She's called america's first lady in space. That's how she was seen so miss baker after her flight. She goes back to pensacola. You know there's a yearly parade in her honor but mostly she settles down. You know her handlers. Even get her a companion. Another squirrel monkey named big george and after a while the hands even hold a wedding for them so like many young couples miss baker in big george moved to a bigger place. The newly built us space and rocket center huntsville alabama and by. Now it's nine thousand nine hundred seventy one and it's been more than a decade since miss baker took her spaceflight so big george eventually passes away and miss baker immediately married off again to another monkey. And it's very celebrity. It's very tabloid. The space center even sends out engraved invitations and has a real judge into the fishy eight And they dress up miss baker in like a train veil. She actually rips off a couple minutes into the ceremony. Good for you good for you. Miss baker and so she you you just get this idea of like how precious she was to people in nineteen eighty-four. She dies of acute kidney failure. She's twenty seven years old and at this point. She is the longest known living squirrel monkey in history. She at this point. She's broken every single record for like the average lifespan of a squirrel monkey. So miss baker's led this long life. She had like an official wedding when she died where she given. The same treatment was a funeral. Or what happened. Oh yeah she was sent off in style she was buried right outside of the. Us rocketed space center and three hundred people showed up just to witness her being laid to rest. I saw some pictures to like flower. Reason like these signs saying you know like miss baker america's first lady of space born nineteen fifty seven died nine hundred eighty four. And you know she was that day she was laid to rest next big george who had been buried there for a couple of years now. That's nice that's nice
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"My wife will say it was only about forty five minutes. Felt like three hours days right so we found the sectional that we wanted. But now we're going back and forth colors and materials and there comes a point. I don't know if this is all men but the cirque this is certainly men like me with low attention spans. And you see it. You know you make a decision. You're gone you're gone. I could go to a shopping mall. Spent ten minutes in there. I find exactly what i want to buy. You're not you're done now not so much not so much with this couch. So it's adam what he think this color. I said i like that color but if you want this color and now we're now it's a whole thing i can see. The salesman is getting a little riled up he is short of saying just select an effing cholerae. I could see it in his eyes. Read body language facial you michelle. No kid right nola kids where there too and they were great. Because we're like. What do you think of this couch and for them. It's am. I comfortable enough while i'm on social media and play games on my phone there on the couch the whole time you play up doing exactly what doing just all their phones. Aden's greatest his feet up autumn. It doesn't matter. He's got his sneakers on his made himself at home. Great couch feels good like the material and then you look up. their eyes were securely fixed. That annette phone so they were fine and salesman's getting a little a little hot and bothered me sees the money. We're you just throw dark. Run down for my contrast and we've got pictures of our living room. Think we've got white walls and hardwood is the big time decision. I mean this is not some small businesses to live with released years longer. I got more than an education about how this is a big decision. Yeah and it's gonna impact your home. You live longer raspy couch for seventeen years. And i've lived. Just hey. do not do not call that couch crappy that is not a crappy couch all yours. Coach them telling us at listeners. You have to understand this. This couch is the classic couch. We just sit in it absorbs. You cannot help the comfort. And i'm done i'm.
Spurs Crash Out of Europe
"Old gentlemen. We'll be starting to show a team. I was against exactly what we will start as dina's grab going through three two on aggregate to josie marino's side dawn halfway through this matchy text me going. No way they lose this in reference. The spurs absolute didn't didn't see losing it. But i would. Horrendous performance was i mean it was ridiculous it was saw by the players. Didn't even look interested. Josie after the game. He was flabbergasted. Must think he's looking at this scorning and this is not a team full of men. This the t michael manage because every now and again this team and some of these individuals go missing. How this happens tv i would. I would have to say it comes down. A lot of it comes down to two konica to be honest with you. You know. I've been in a situation away from home against a aid. The get a goal. There's a huge get behind them and you get swallowed up in the atmosphere that to me is a legitimate excuse. But they don't have excuse me. I want a sola again. This was basically mon- against mon- hoover's the the better character the strength of character to kick on is gonna win this game and a premier league sade couldn't face a team that quite frankly shocked his all by one game. Was it just complacency. Is it out simple. Shang obviously winning. The i like to know just think iraq beginning to get the job done but also scored. They're really like there was only getting we. One would vons thought the first half it was quite clearly two teams. Who who would determine not to concede the for school. And that's what you still forty-five minutes had sixty something percent. Possession couldn't concreted any meaningful opportunities and then in the second half the moselle grab just. They made the transition better. Daddy started to play on the front foot. They went looking for goals. There had to an indian win spurs needed to kind of play on the front foot. There's no they could do. And despite the changes jersey marino bringing hurricane an dome valley it was just a team that seemed more comfortable defending than attacking despite all the attacking players they had in their lineup. Maybe we're on the selling this slightly robert but this is a huge deal isn't it. It's a massive deal because he's not the first time spurs the plate in this manner this season. There's been four or five occasions where they've lacked energy. They've let the right attitude. The started game slowly and then not be not to get back into it and you have to criticize the place but you have to criticize. The manager didn't look as though they were prepared to battle today. They didn't look sent out on the pitch ready to fight for the place in the next round until the going to the opposition and again comes down to the manager as well as the players marino off. The tv said he warned the place. He warned them about complacency going of the second leg. And is it just a case that i didn't listen or he didn't set them up properly would suggest that the probably just too many of them are too comfortable. And just think that when these step on the field is going to happen. I mean looking at say that he here the majority in fact ninety nine percent say played in the champions league final two years ago. No the register get knocked over the league by by menno So i i. The was come for for big changes as far as the plan. Personnel are consumed and asked to be quickly. Otherwise josie is in trouble. Because he's supposed to be this great mon- monitor that we've been talking about for for the decade will clearly. He can't get this team going. And so you'll have the shit limo because if you don't and you can't motivate them. The normal thing that will happen is you'll isn't dead man. Walking don a theme think it seems like donna gospel great question on bt sports afterwards the question to you and you get the feeling. Do you and your players. Do you think you're going to change course in terms of you'll have to get rid of some of your players. Or is he gonna get the sock josie any waffle little bit. It didn't really want to throw him under the bus. Check get live on tv. But it would be. I think would be better off served of josie. Just turn around. And set it bluntly this team. I call manage in terms of getting sucked but the individuals. He called manage because they haven't got the backbone the and got the character you know when you go away from home. You've gotta you gotta show character. You gotta show blood sweat. And tears are your willing to die for tottenham shirt go through in europe and zagreb would all of that tenfold brilliant. You've seen the scenes after the game. They were they left. Everything on the pitch. And joey must be looking not dressing room. You must be looking at individuals and brilliant when you stick them all down on paper you put the squad down on paper and using our any manager in the world we want to manage this squad. I'm not sure you dig a little bit deeper. How motivated some of these players
San Diego Enters the Red Tier
"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Occupied
"They said this is the plan which was written in the knights but the nobody mouth ending actually wasn't conveyed cy. Shanna bringing in t- it took about forty five minutes but they found out she got permission to yes you can have some food etc and i got like hafa sandwich and a bottle of water which was by that stage. Because i hadn't eaten the day before. I think it was about twenty eight hours. Since had anything fluid food or fluid. That was the best tasting. Sam tell you what was on it now. But that was the best tasting sandwich i'd have had at the on because i was fading away to a baby elephant. Apparently eventually i got moved to the war now. This is in my experience where i think most people would guy your health. Professional health professionals make terrible patients. And i can agree with that for the most part because one of the things that annoyed me and i know it was hospital policy but it was really really frustrating. Was the fact that no one would allow me to walk anywhere. And that's annoying. I feel like an easy situation where i can't go any way. I can't do anything being able to go to the appointment or move to the war etc on my own. Steam was one of the only things that i actually had control over in that situation. And that was being taken away de. I was in there for a starring in my mouth. I wasn't on any medication at that point. In time i walked in a drove. The hospital. And i walked in on my pal. There was nothing impeding me from mobilizing. I'd been often wandering and garner the toilet etc in the in the idi ward the whole thirteen fourteen hours that i was in there and multiple nests. Had seen me do this but for some reason. Walking to the next ward was pooh-poohed. Anyway i got stubbing at some points and at one point i gave often just sat in the chair and push me around which was to me. I felt at the time really demoralizing. I found it really embarrassing. And i know there's no reason for it but to me if i've got the power to do something myself and you're taking that away that's really disenfranchising and the everything else that have been going on. It has been a really emotional die. I was so tired up. Since three o'clock i was hungry house thirsty. I was not knowing what was going to happen. I'd be on the final tried to be on the phone to work to say. I'm not coming in which was an interesting phone. Call when you can barely speak but it was just sort of this one and it seems like such a little thing when you take it out of context but within the context of everything that had happened up until that point it was almost like. This is too much like i caught. I don't want to deal with this. Just let me walk. It was the walking was the especially being confined to this tiny little bed so long. I've wanted to wanted to stretch my legs. I couldn't go out of the the ward because the is locked. And i guess it's locked for a reason like if you generally most people if you're any there's a reason you're in there. I was in for the long period just purely writing for bed. Psi it was a very draining experience and it really got to me that the whole like you know. You can't walk anyway to me and it got to a point where i think halfway to the wall..
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Really don't know it was just so i. I don't know what happened. I told my linen sent. I want to get in on. This listing action like i'd haven't had many listings and then all of a sudden it was just like dum dum some were referrals I kind of have started working with some flip clients. So they you know that's like a residual they continue to list with me. We list you know we sell. We buy another one and listens and so we just keep repeating that process. I've had some that way and then summer just people that i just knew from growing up here. And they're like hey we're going to give her a shot that it's it's the listings have gone over really well Because of this market it's slim pickings out here so haven't had many listings last week. I'd say it's funny. 'cause i kinda slow down on buying just started listing a tiny houses for awhile. It was awesome bath later. Do business i. Kind of really yeah. I'm really curious. I wanted to ask you. How did you ever get into like owning a children's during the first place like how did that come about what was it like. Did you like it or was it so So greater yeah no. I loved it so I had just had my son. I was twenty. I think when i had him So i was about twenty one when i opened up the story. I think And what happened. I mean my husband. And i were just driving around one day and to clothe our child. He's a big kid. He's has like six three and my son just takes right after 'em so to clothe the child we had to drive to columbia which is about forty five minutes away like it seemed like every other weekend to find him close because it's a small town. We didn't have a lot of options. Eric and i told my husband. I was like somebody really needs to open up. A children's store is like. I think they could make a killing like we would go to once upon a child in columbia like the children's resale store and i was like there's like low to no startup costs Little did i know that was wrong because there was seven i was like you know you could just make money. And it's something that this town really needs in so He was like well. If you can do it without pulling out alone if you can just do it with our savings than go for it. And god bless him because it took i mean. It was a struggle to.
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Them. Forever they charge you seventy five dollars before they tell you anything and literally office was. Yeah those plants are poisonous. You should take you to an emergency vet frustrating. Because that's circa literally. I said literally but felt like forty minutes. Yeah it took about forty five minutes to actually get a straight answer out of. And then i managed to find an emergency vet that was open and we took her over there and apparently what they do is they just like put your cats. I don't know that. I told you the specifics of it. But basically what they do is they give your cat a medicine that makes it. So it can't digest. They did tell you this will be did but they give it a medicine. So doesn't digest food on some activated charcoal and they put on an iv so since can't digest and still getting nutrients good and then they they keep it on. The don't digest foodstuffs for like twelve to eighteen hours. Keep it on. Iv for forty eight hours and the idea is that it would just pass the plant. Not actually digested at all. And then in case anything got through it would be on It'd be on. Iv so in case it's like kidneys did have a problem with like shedding retaining water. I don't know about all of it. pm she went through that fine. Her blood tests were great hundred percent. Every time There multiple notes. Inner chart talking about how. She was grumpy to get vitals from. Yeah the church. Really funny begins beans a particular cat. You've met her and it's like mood. The first one was mood cautious. It's like reading like a resident evil diarrhea. Drizzly it's like. I was temperament cautious. And the temperament his saying temperament yowling temperament fractious aggressive. At one of the entries to to grumpy to get vitals will not cooperate with medicine. Amazing yeah so being nasty But then we got her and her blood tests were always fine and the poison control..
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Did have nine sacks but he's a free agent so they can try to keep him for bringing garrett now. The browns were right in the middle in sax last year. They were sixteen. And so people look back to the cleveland. Houston game in week ten. And what a. Jj watt say. Well he said myles garrett that guy was a hell of a player he's got speed. He's got quickness and power. He's got all the tools you need and he's obviously planning on extremely high level in cloud. That has nothing to do with him wanting to join the browns he would say that it'd be like if they played the raiders. Think josh jacobs. Great young running back really tough. All he wants to come to the raiders but baker mayfield. When talking about fancy he said people don't follow fake leaders when you have a group of men that are doing this and everyone's counting on you. You can sniff somebody. That's fake out. They're extremely quickly. And that's not the case here so well that'd be enough now. There are some people. I've talked to raider fans so don't want to have. Jj watt on the raiders. Because he's so injury problems and that that's true now one guy said oh. This would be Warren sapp all over again. No warren sapp Came into the building with his whole team hating him the way he treated everybody and then he was a lazy ass on feel And then someone else said. I don't care about pre-game speeches To that fasting is i. Don't either. I do care about three defensive player of the ears in the nfl. You think that's all. Jj watt is pre game speeches. So i'd like to have him but yeah why wouldn't you want to join Cleveland is an attractive place. Now but it's not as attractive as other places. You're still playing on the brown so we'll keep our eye on it but that would be you. Think the dog pound and him and remember what is he from cleveland. Wisconsin you're talking about forty five minutes flight tops like it's I mean his family could definitely drive down through chicago and indiana.
"about forty five minutes" Discussed on Fight Boyz: A Pro-Wrestling Podcast
"Go and he's he's okay and sell those sound effects. Were the words my face like shit. They were doing. So great then fireball. I leveled at pindi in. I can use fireball. Now take that randall. Lyneham okay so yeah. Raw was actually good. I think i'm going to give this a medium. Well no medium well means bed this medium raw medium so i was like a four out of five. Basically it's not full on raw. Because i did still have to watch rick. Flair trip is own daughter in an attempt to maintain relevancy but Yeah outside of that. It was good now. I will say i was a little in all of my reviews. You do need to take with a grain of salt. Because i didn't watch this live meaning. I got to skip commercials and entrances and recaps and all that basically. I'm giving you the distilled version of raw and making sure leg and it sucks because if you watch it at one point five speed and skip entrances recaps and all that it takes you about forty five minutes to watch all overall. That's how much extra shit they pack in there so for the distilled good version of raw four out of five. It was actually pretty pretty good. But do you agree disagree. Let me know on twitter at scotty. Mo- y. m. o. n. Remember to donate.