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Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close

Arizona's Morning News

02:46 min | 4 d ago

Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close

"Corona virus in Arizona, Today's executive order will pause the operation of bars, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubing with a targeted reopening date. In 30 days like the governor used the word pause, which sounds better than I'm shutting these suckers down right? But that order on Monday set off what could be a flurry of lawsuits. We've already seen. One lawsuit filed against The state of Arizona in the governor. Of course, that's from mountainside, fitness and this injury. So here's how it played out for one mountainside fitness location yesterday, Scottsdale police tell our TV partners at ABC 15 that a little before 10 a.m. After receiving multiple reports of the location near 114th Street and Shay Was open officers showed up and provided education. They were told at that time by management that the location would remain open. They did. And when officers came back in the afternoon, they issued a citation to mountainsides. Chief operating officer A citation for a class one misdemeanor, which could mean a fine of up to 2500 bucks and possible jail time. You know, I'm guessing $2500 might really be a drop in the bucket to what they might face losses for being closed. Right. So maybe they're rolling the dice on that one hears mountainside Mountainside CEO Tom Hatton after several of his locations received the same. We don't feel this decision was fair. We think it was extremely arbitrary. It was placating to trying to look like we're doing something for Kobe and not really doing something prick owed. If the problem Um, is this serious? But they weren't alone. By the way, it's staying open. I'm seeing live shots on my monitors this morning in the studio Life time fitness facility in the valley. Apparently, there are several franchises that are staying open. Yeah. People working out you get. Ah Ah, are partners over at ABC, 15 had actually a live shot into the mountainside fitness location. That's near 56. And Shay and you could actually see people in their working out. They have resumed in individual people on, you know, ah, the treadmills and lifting weights and stuff. Yeah. Orange Theory said they're going to stay open. Pure bar A. Which is, you know, one of those bar workout ballerina? Yeah, yeah, not like a bar like they're serving drinks valet. Yet they say their their studios or boutiques, not a typical gym, So they say they don't have to shut down. Ah, sorting through all this is Going to be crazy, but this could lead to a flurry of lawsuits against the governor from some other Types of

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Helping houseplants cope with a heatwave

On The Ledge

05:37 min | Last week

Helping houseplants cope with a heatwave

"Can be a bit of a short. Can you get a sudden burst of sunny days and high temperatures here in the UK, for the last few days it's been getting up to thirty degree Centigrade, which is, she says looking if I can't tell you what that is. Fahrenheit because it's actually off my chart. I'm thinking about ninety degrees. Fahrenheit probably, but much ought doesn't go that high. It does occasionally get this hot in the. UK doesn't happen that often. Often but when it does, we do struggle to cope, because we're not really set up for this kind of heat, and this is a time when we need to be paying extra attention to our house plants, because if you live in a climate where it's regularly getting up into the thirty s then you and your applauds a more acted, but if you're in a climate wet, it isn't the usual practice then. Everyone's undergoing a little bit of shock. So. It's worth checking out your plants checking in with them regularly and making sure that they can make it through this period. Things can account for well. If you've got very hot sunny days. The plants that are in your sunny windows. Maybe I'd to cope in spring in March or April with the amount of light. That's coming in through those windows. Come this periods. And the power and intensity of the sun, and the duration of the sun round the Solstice, the longest day of the year is going to be greater, so is worth having a look at your parents, and just considering some of them might need to be moved a meter or two away from the window, or the whatever the light source may be. That's a skylight, the sun coming through the windows, going to be more powerful at this. This time of year. So think about that unmoved any points before they get the chance to be sunburned. They certainly won't be badly affected by having a few days in a little bit more shade than usual and it major save them from unsightly marks, which could be going Straw yellow or brown patches. Those kind of things can indicate sunburn in mind. Also terrariums can suffer in this really hot weather. Imagine they are like a greenhouse. That is your house, so they can get incredibly heart, and if you've got any shaft of light, the mind becoming through more intense light than they used to, the plants can start to get dangerously hot, so do think about moving terrariums Tutu Cooler locations. Just keeping an eye on what's going on inside, you might need to take a little bit more or perhaps a bit less, but just make sure that they are not turning into a boiling colder that your plants won't appreciate and certainly if you're using the lovely, who must pop technique for propagating cuttings on. Contact from somebody recently, who said what's happening all? My who has popped cuttings just turn into Mersch and I said suspected that the listener had been putting these on really sunny windowsill on the cuttings cutting just cooking, so make sure if you've got a propagation station. Yes, it looks very nice on your windowsill, but think about moving it somewhere out of the sun, because those cuttings will really struggle in this hot weather particularly if they haven't got much of a root system established yet. The other thing to be aware of is that your plants maybe thirstier than usual. Why is that well? When a plant is in hot temperatures, the light intense, and the light intensity is higher than the rate of transpiration increases. That's the rate at which the plant is losing water through its leaves by the water, evaporating through the STA Marta the holes in the surface of. Of the leaf, and it will be drawing up more water from the roots and pulling that through and the high temperature and light intensity, then the more the plant will transpire, so it's going to need more water. How can you slow the rates of transpiration? Well, if the partly surrounded by really humid air, then slow it down, so you can miss your plants more. If you. Move them outside. Bear in mind. The extra wind will also caused transportation to increase. If you put your plants outside again, they might need more water, but just make sure there was enough water around. Those roots of the plant doesn't end up wilting because that will be the end result if your leaves are allowed to get into that situation where there just isn't enough water to supply the rate of transpiration. That's happening if you do come across any parts that have wilted just first of all, make sure that it's not a question. Question of over watering as it can be, implants will, but if they're really draw around the roots, he needs to take emergency act action. get them into the shade. Stick their pot into a bucket or tray of water. Run lots of water over the root ball. Because once that will get super dry. It becomes hydrophobic, so it pushes away water, and you'll need to defeat that by giving you a really good. Soak gift up could soak for an hour or two, and it should recover provided. It hasn't been led to go too far. So do check plants even plaza think well watered them every few weeks. You will find that they will need more water at this time and CACTI and succulents. You've got CACTI and succulents. You will find that they will drink a good amount during this time as well. My CACTI and succulents right now, getting rewarded at least once a week, and especially if they're in terra cotta port, which is evaporating moisture too, so ignorant. Your CACTI succulents because they will need water to.

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What Bungee Jumping Taught Me About Visualization

Optimal Living Daily

03:48 min | Last week

What Bungee Jumping Taught Me About Visualization

"What Bungee Jumping Tommy about visualization by mascot of free to pursue DOT COM. It's one thirty in the afternoon. The weather's perfect. The crew at Victoria Falls Bungee have just wrapped me in. They've done all the necessary safety checks to ensure good to go there now helping me move to the edge of the platform, because my ankles are secured with tight straps around too thick layers of folded towels to protect my legs from jarring. They're about to receive. My toes are over the edge I. Look out over the Embassy River, and then I hear it three to one bungee. Jump off the platform with a grin on my face and start screaming, Hoo. I take it all in my initial weightlessness, my rate of acceleration, the of the cliffside, the rushing water below, and finally the deceleration has the Bungee saves me from a much shorter life than I would like. I bounce up and down another half dozen times before the experience comes to an end is the best one hundred fifty seven dollars. I've ever spent the not just because of the Bungee jump was even more valuable. Was the lesson I learned in preparing for this experience? One day earlier. On the morning of August twenty, second might travel Buddy Michelle inform me that due to a tight travel schedule, I'd be jumping on August twenty third, not August twenty fourth, as at initially prepared for I didn't say anything at the time, but it didn't sit well with me at all. Up to that point I'd been confidence. I played out the day in my mind for weeks and I felt in control this change tip. The scale and fears favor the reality now. Is that Bungee jumping? If it were still on, the table was to happen number one a day earlier than expected number two after a morning flight on a four seater Bush plane. Those are always eventful number three shortly after we arrived at our lodge, rob our bags, check in and take a shell to the bridge and number four with no. Way To get oriented or settle in. Let's just say that I wouldn't be in my happy place. Later that evening my friends started speaking enthusiastically about the jump, and stopped her dead in her tracks, and informed her that the change made a significant difference to me the sense we were rushing to get in and the fact that I felt I lost some control of the situation changed my jump status from green to amber with a tinge of red. She struggled to understand and I struggled to explain. Processing the change. I've told many crazy stunts over the years. Bucket list does not lie. Bungy was far from the toughest, but of needed to feel that I was in control of the variables surrounding the experience, which both insured I felt safe, and that I can enjoy the moment if anything didn't feel right at all is giving myself permission to walk away Guilt Free I. Guess You could say that I needed to feel that I was free to participate in the experience, not bullied into getting it done by people or circumstances. That night I thought long and hard about what could happen. The next day I worked through all the variables, old and new and processed what the day might look like. I thought about the transportation to the new lodge, but close I would wear the bus ride to the bridge getting a bridge pass at customs to Zimba's a natural border between Zimbabwe and Zambia paying for the jump and finally. Finally getting the gear on and everything involved in the jump itself the sights, the smells feel the wind on my skin, feeling the harness, my heart rate that thought process took the better part of an hour before falling asleep, and in our lying in bed, the following morning that mental preparation made the difference the calmness about me that morning, and thankfully Michelle did not bring up the jump. Indeed. Our understanding of my need to decide on my own terms may have made the difference.

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Boston Police: Officers Were ‘Surrounded And Assaulted By Hostile Crowd’ While Making Arrest

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | Last week

Boston Police: Officers Were ‘Surrounded And Assaulted By Hostile Crowd’ While Making Arrest

"Boston police say members of their department were assaulted last night while making an arrest in Roxbury they say they were assaulted by a hostile crowd police said they were responding to a call for a person carrying a **** pack with the gun inside right around maple and Cheney streets they say they found the suspect and got out of their crews to speak with a man and a large crowd gathered they say that's when a fight broke out police say a fire hydrant was opened heavy water was pressed at the door directed at the officers buckets of water were thrown at the officers as well according to police and the suspect was under arrest in the back of their cruiser officers recovered a revolver loaded with five rounds of ammunition inside that **** pack police say that person is expected to be arraigned in Roxbury District Court now police commissioner William cross says he is quote alarmed by the level of hostility the officers had to face while arresting a felon armed with an illegal firearm and quote that quote from commission

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2020 TCS New York City Marathon Canceled Due To Coronavirus Concerns

Midday News

02:27 min | Last week

2020 TCS New York City Marathon Canceled Due To Coronavirus Concerns

"Fifty thousand runners apparently too many to race through the city streets during a pandemic now the New York City marathon has been cancelled that word this morning for W. CBS reporter Marla diamond who joins us live with the update Marlon I was not much of a surprise the mayor anything made is that large gatherings get would not happen in twenty twenty so it's more of a disappointment here runners do it hope you checked the world's largest marathon off your bucket list last year the rate at over fifty three thousand finishers in the idea of all those runners are corralling on the Verrazano bridge taking ferries over to Staten Island and jockeying for position on the streets of the city and the water stopped it was just too risky for race organizer's

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"bucket" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

03:58 min | Last week

"bucket" Discussed on Circle Round

"bucket" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

05:43 min | Last week

"bucket" Discussed on Circle Round

"In Heidi cozy cottage on a tall grassy hill above a babbling silvery. Brooke there lived a washerwoman. The washerwoman had two wooden buckets which she hung from either end of a sturdy poll. Each morning the woman woke up had a bite to eat. Then hoisted the poll with the buckets on the backs of her shoulders. All Right? My dear buckets time to fill you up. Then with her wooden buckets balanced across her back, she followed a long dirt path down the tall. Grassy Hill to the babbling. Silvery Brooke where she used to the buckets to collect water for her laundry. But one morning, after filling buckets and climbing the dirt path back up the hill to her cottage, the woman discovered that one of the buckets. WAS ONLY HALF FULL Why certain I filled you all the way to the top tier buckets. What happened to you? The washerwoman squinting her eyes and took a closer look. And that's when she saw it. Running down the buckets wooden side was a slender jagged crack. Now, I understand. Thanks to that crack dear bucket. You'll must have been dripping and dripping water all the way up the hill. The washerwoman scratched her head. What do. What to do. I can't afford to buy a new bucket. Me See. I know I'll seal your crack with glue. Of Dear Bucket and you'll be good as new, so the woman sealed the buckets crack with glue. Bucks the next morning after the washerwoman filled her buckets in the broke and walked back up the hill. She noticed that once again. The bucket was only half full. Oh dear bucket. You're still leaking, are you? Well I guess glue won't do. But no use fretting. I'll just have to make do with what I have. For years the Washerwoman kept carrying her buckets to the Brooke and back to the Brooke and back down the path and up again down the path and. And all the while the leaky bucket. was miserable when the washerwoman wasn't around, the crack vessel would turn to its. counterpart. And complain us. I swear. This crack is getting bigger and bigger. What do you think? Think you look fine. No, seriously. You don't think this crack makes me look tacky or said you look fine whatever I may look fine, but I sure don't feel fine. Whenever. The washerwoman plunges us into the water I. Hope Against Hope that today's the day I'll hold it all in. By the time we reached the top of the Hill I've dripped and dribbled all the way from the Brook to the cottage and wind up half empty. Don't you mean? Full whatever the point is I can't hold water to save my life. I guess it's time for this bucket to kick the bucket. I think the Washerwoman should just throw me away. But the washerwoman did not throw the leaky bucket away instead day after day she filled the bucket from the Brook and day after day. The bucket tripped and dribbled all the way up the path to the cottage. One morning just as the washerwoman knelt down beside the brook to collect water, the leaky bucket finally spoke up. Excuse me. Washerwoman. Can I talk to you for a second? The washerwoman froze. WHO said that? WHO's there? It's me your bucket, my. Bucket, the washerwoman creased her brow. Rich Bucket. Leaky won the washerwoman leaned down and stared at the leaky bucket after all these years of talking to her dear buckets, she could hardly believe that at long last. Who one of them was talking back? Oh right then. So my dear bucket. What can I do for you? Well I wasn't going to say anything, but. I just had to speak up. I think you should throw me away. Throat you away. Why should I throw you away? Well, think about it when you first got me. I was shiny and new. And I carried a full load of water all the way up the path on the hill. But now thanks to this horrendous crack in my side I drip. I dribble I leak half my water all the way up the path on the hill. So. Don't you think it's time you got rid of me? I- fresh..

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Building Our Legacy with Shaunte Mears-Watkins and Cassandra Lewis

Black Girl Nerds

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Building Our Legacy with Shaunte Mears-Watkins and Cassandra Lewis

"Welcome to this episode of the Black Girl podcast. My name is Jamie and I'm your host. I'm so excited for you guys to listen to this episode. Especially for those of you that are entrepreneurs, those of you that are looking to start your own business, or maybe you just want to glean some information about learning how to build your own business This is the podcast to listen to. And sometimes we talk about nerdy and Geeky things. Then you talk about all things entertainment. But this is something. This is the one episode you want to listen to and make sure you're taking notes, so have your pen and your notepad ready because we've got a lot. Of really interesting details to share with you regarding a great program that has come forth with essence and Pine Sol coming together like Ron and this great initiative for black female entrepreneurs I'm really excited to be speaking with Shanti Millions Watkins and Cassandra. Lewis! Who are here to talk about this initiative on that they have put together to help black female entrepreneurs and to help fund their businesses, so thank you so much for coming on the podcast. Here. All right shanty, and Cassandra! Can you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to work at the Pine Sol Company? So I'll get started. My name is Dante and I grew up in south Los Angeles. And what the only child of a single mothers and educator in Los Angeles. And I like to say the my story took me around the world and back I think the theme for me. Was that I developed a lawyer a love of learning Early on and also a love for pursuing what's novel in new so I'd have this sort of drive to try new things, so you know from Los. Angeles I ended up going to Stanford and going to harbor to try to. Drive my education to get to learn everything that anyone would teach me. And and ultimately found myself in corporate America. And I've. In Corporate America also sat sought out like really creative roles have done international assignments and feel really proud actually to work at an organization where we have brands like pine Sol, which are allowing to give back right to my my community so I'm really proud of the of how my journey's have led me to take all that education and apply it in a place. Where we're able to give back to the black, Yeah, I'll jump in, so I'm Cassandra. Lewis and like Sean Taylor I am from south, Los Angeles and raised. In, I grew up in what I call a pine Sol household. So, what exactly does that mean? It means on Saturday mornings at wake up. There'd be Anita Baker Luther Vandross on the speakers in my mom would be in the kitchen or the living room with the bucket of Pine Sol in rags for my sister night to get to cleaning so pine solves always been. A key part of my life, my foundation and brings back so many so many wonderful memories of that time with my mom and my sister. I grew up and became a marketer. And What Do Marketing Folks Love? They love brands and when the opportunity to work on Pines. One of my favorite brands presented itself. It was a little bit of a dream. Come true, so they always say like. If you find something that you like to do, then it's it's not work. So this is something that I really. Love to do I love to to work on this business. This brand and I love that it has a really. Close Tie in to to the African American community. Because I you know I really get to give back to my to my community in that way. I'm glad that you mentioned that. It has a TA close tie into the African. American community because black women in particularly or one of the fastest growing segments of entrepreneurs but yet they still struggle to get access to capital. What what can be done to help this group? Get the resources that they need to create and grow sustainable businesses. Speaking from from my experience as a a woman business I really can't stress the importance of mentor ship. In my personal life, professional life Shontae, who I'm on the the call with the podcast with has actually been my mentor at various points throughout my career and I run lots of things by her from how to present ideas that they get bought in the organization, and to who I should meet and get to know what types of projects I should be trying to work on when you think about entrepreneurship I, think the importance of mentorship. mentorship is is still very much. There a lot of waters that you're going to navigate that. You've not navigated before from trying to pitch your idea to investors to get that capital to working on a business plan to thinking about your inventory. When you're starting up so I say find someone who's who's done it before. Who can help show you? The ropes and really built build a relationship there to help you navigate those waters.

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March to Atlanta's governor's mansion

Kilmeade and Friends

00:17 sec | Last month

March to Atlanta's governor's mansion

"Fox hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo and falcons head coach Dan Quinn joined about two thousand protesters in a March Sunday to the governor's mansion in bucket the event was peaceful and police even allow the demonstrators to hold a brief sedan in the street in front of the mansion on west

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Another Round Of Storms Could Bring Flash Flooding To NoVA, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last month

Another Round Of Storms Could Bring Flash Flooding To NoVA, Washington DC

"Traffic it was raining buckets let's future storm team four four day forecast with NBC force Mike Stanford a very active weather pattern will continue for the next several hours there is a flash flood watch until midnight for the round of thunderstorms will go into the evening hours some of the storms could be severe looks like high winds the main threat some of the storms may produce a blinding downpours and some flooding later tonight showers and storms will continue storms possibly severe though and by around midnight overnight some patchy fog lows in the mid sixties to lower seventies on Saturday partly cloudy skies will turn less mug in the afternoon behind the front of the risk of a storm to the front comes through highs upper eighties to lower nineties sunshine pleasant lower humidity on Sunday highs upper seventies to lower eighties then a beautiful day on Monday sunshine and pleasant highs upper seventies and lower eighties a bit warmer a bit more muggy by

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Summer Wildflowers With Carol Gracie

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:58 min | Last month

Summer Wildflowers With Carol Gracie

"I asked when we spoke I. Don't know a few years back upon the publication of your book spring wildflowers of the Northeast The sub pad on the cover of the new book. summer book as on the old one, says unnatural history and I'd like to know what that means. Tell people what that means. Well. It means looking beyond just the beauty of the flowers and learning about how they fit into the environment. And what their importance is to insects or birds or other animals? And sometimes to other plants as well. So, I like people to know how these plants work in the environment. What their what their roles are. You encourage us. I think in the tax in the preface of the book you encourage us when we're looking at Alzheimer's to almost act as a as a burder does when watching birds yeah. Yeah I do because it's not just checking off that you've seen a Canada Lily for example. Or you've seen. Have Sparrow. It's really observing what organism is doing. And there are still things to be learned about even our local wildflowers. That, have not been observed because people just think well, they're common. They've been here forever. Anything that is known about the must be must be written already. But yet if you just take the time and patience to sit there and watch, you could discover something new. And you'll discover something interesting. Fit Your your book in the title and Zeroes in on the northeast, but we should say where that is because it's not a small area, the northeast in terms of ripe. Thank you for doing that. I'm using the concept that was used in gleason and Cronquist, which is the manual for vascular plants of the Northeast and his concept of the north. East goes from southern Canada. Down along more or less than Mississippi River down to. Northern Missouri and across into Kentucky. And So it's a big area I've. Had People say oh I'm from Virginia I'm I'm sorry? I can't buy that book because it doesn't have any of my plants in. But these plans are awesome. Ranging and many of them are in the Midwest and in the. Northern part of the south as well. so for example one. That's in the book. I don't know how you managed to choose I. Mean because there's a lot of plants out there in that regional area that are bloom in the summer from early. To late. But you. You picked A. How many are there in the bucket their third year? Omni Arthur There are more there about thirty five, I, think. More than that, because in some chapters I cover many more than one species. Of Related Species for instance. Right, so for instance you chose Common Milkweed, and there are other milkweed Zvi chose common milkweed, and that is over a far wider range than what we just talked about. Right and that goes even beyond the. Northeast Important! For many reasons, I'm sure all of your listeners are familiar with the milkweed monarch story, but it has many other interactions with other insects in particular. Right make it fascinating to me. So. Let's talk a little bit about that. The species is so it's a sleepiest. Dhia Syria which may sound surprising because it indicates that it comes from Syria. But in fact, that goes back to a mistake that was made back in the sixteen hundreds. When this plant was first brought back to European. To describe. And they it as being the same as a plant that had been discovered in Syria. And thus they lump it into that same species, which is opossums, Syriac Him And, when lineas realized that it was a different. Genus that it was far different from a possum. He'd put it into a different genus asleep, but by the rules of botanical nomenclature he had to keep the the second part of the name, the specific epithet.

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Why Is Our Blood Red?

BrainStuff

02:49 min | Last month

Why Is Our Blood Red?

"Hey grainstuff Lauren. Vogel bomb here with another classic episode from Erstwhile Host Christian Sager. I admit we originally wanted to do this episode. Hey because it's interesting but be because we are fans of horror and we wanted to demonstrate the episode on Youtube by dumping a bucket of fake blood over my head. Carrie style. If you happen to look it up. I apologize in advance for what counted as my acting ability at the time but the subject remains fascinating. Our blood is always read even in our veins when it looks blue. Here's why a brain stuff it's Christian Sagar. Do you remember in the movie carry where they dumped pig blood on that girl at her prom while the annals of human biology actually published an article in two thousand and twelve showing that humans are excellent detectors of pig blood but we are far less developed at detecting human blood. They concluded that human blood has no specific smell or appearance. That triggers immediate recognition. So blood is always read right. But why does it have to be read contrary to popular belief? It's not blue when it's in our bodies even when it's Deok's oxygenated but oxygen is part of the color. Along with the protein molecule haemoglobin the detaches to oxygen it carries from the lungs to muscles as blood gets pumped through the human body and while blood is always red shade depends on how much oxygen carrying for instance. When you cut a person's arteries open they bleed. This really bright red blood because of the complex formed between Hemoglobin Iron and lots of oxygen. But if you look deeper into the circulatory system and peered into vein that was delivering all of its oxygen. You would see that. The blood is a deeper Maroon. Color so veins they look blue or green mainly because of skin and skin. Pigmentation plays a big role. Since everyone's skin is a different color. Our veins look different. Especially because the tissue above our veins scatters red light. But let's blue light right on through. Even the Veins Reddish Brown. They appear to be blue from the outside. So is the way human beings perceived color another factor here as well yes. Researchers have shown that it

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Washington DC - Virginia Senator Tim Kaine talks about coronavirus and the need for more federal aid

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last month

Washington DC - Virginia Senator Tim Kaine talks about coronavirus and the need for more federal aid

"Virginia democratic senator Tim Kaine says states are putting together their budgets and more assistance is needed on several fronts I think it's now time to refill the resource bucket for individuals and families and state and local governments we are contemplating significant furloughs and layoffs state governors led by Maryland's Larry Hogan are pressing to get hundreds of billions of dollars but the Republican whip John soon says lawmakers shouldn't rush into approving another massive spending bill of dollars are still getting out there there in the pipeline they're going out of state local governments are going out to health care providers hospitals nursing homes a lot of resources the been expended on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP

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Atlanta's Lovett School graduates test positive for coronavirus

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:28 sec | Last month

Atlanta's Lovett School graduates test positive for coronavirus

"The corona virus hits the class of twenty twenty AT one bucket private schools several graduating seniors have tested positive for covert nineteen they didn't give an exact number the schools been closed since mid March and it's not clear how the students contracted the virus the Atlanta journal constitution reports that one of the first confirmed cases was a student who attended the love it schools recent driving graduation but that student also had a graduation party and traveled out of town with friends Jennifer Perry ninety five point five W.

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At least 2 survived deadly Pakistan plane crash

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last month

At least 2 survived deadly Pakistan plane crash

"Overseas investigators are combing through wreckage at the scene of a deadly plane crash in Pakistan nearly one hundred people were killed when their Airbus jet crashed in a residential neighborhood in Karachi correspondent Imtiaz Tayyip has the story incredibly rescuers found two survivors buckets ninety thank president suffered a suit from the wreckage only suffering fractures fellow passengers Muhammad Zubair also survived the plane caught fire I'm fastened my seat belt and saw light he said from his hospital bed aviation authority CD eighty three twenty aircraft carrying ninety people took off from Lahore and was about to land in Karachi when it lost both

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Using Nature and Animals to Manage Anxiety

The Psych Central Show

07:03 min | Last month

Using Nature and Animals to Manage Anxiety

"Richard. It's great to have you. A lot has been talked about the connection between mental health and nature mental health and animals. And I kind of want to start off in this place. I'm a big fan of social media loved or hated. It's probably here to stay and one of the things that I often see on social. Media's this meam that says the best antidepressant is a walk in nature and I know that you don't feel that nature replaces medical science. But you do feel that a walk in nature has real real support and real help for people who are suffering from depression. Can you talk about that for a moment? And that's new. When I wrote last child in the Woods College in two thousand five. This was ignored the impact of the natural world on human wellbeing on on health on cognitive functioning all of that pitted been in basically ignored and I could find maybe sixty studies because many of them were about the growing disconnect between children and they're for adults to and nature and some of the some of those studies dealt with the benefits and some of those studies with mental health and physical health. That is a drop in the bucket. Compared to how much money is spent researching just about everything else and it struck me that something. So large as the impact of the natural world experience on human health and wellbeing have been ignored. How could that be and as I looked into it? I was working with some neuro scientists. Them they were studying brain architecture development and young children and they were looking at all kinds of things and how that affected brain architecture development everything from parent child attachment to add daycare too dangerous neighborhoods in all of that and those things they were. Aim literally shapes the brain. You Early Childhood and I asked them on. Have you ever thought about how the natural world helped shape the brain young children experiences actual contact with the natural world? And they look at you with a blank face and they said what's nature and I understand that that science has difficult time defining nature. But you know I said to the neuroscientist. This isn't rocket science or and it isn't brain surgery. Come up with a hypothesis and tested hundred. Twenty trees pray or whatever. They still had trouble so I decided that was one of the reasons why this was so under. Studied is the blind spot in science about nature the rest of nature which we are part the second reason. Where does the research money come from? What till can you manufacturer? What thing can you commercialize out of that? Now there are some things I mean parks and outdoor hiking organizations things like that. There are some but for the most part people don't think about cert- certainly funders. Don't think about this as something that they can get something out of by funding. That's changing today. If you go to the chill nature network which you mentioned your introduction. We have a research library here that we built and it is for anybody in the world is free. And there are now probably. It's just tipped over one thousand studies. We have abstracts for him links to the original studies when they're available so it's gone from about sixty two over a thousand in about fourteen years after not existing before. I think that it's interesting. That one of the things you said and this really plays to the pessimist in me is. We don't want to tell people to go for walks because there's no funding for it and you can't make money it you know. We can't prescribe one. Walk a day or hug your dog every day that that's not something that you can fill at the pharmacy and this is kind of cancer. Balanced against the medication is important. Look at the advances that we've made with cancer by coming up with better treatments etc but I would even argue that taking somebody who is suffering from cancer and completely isolating them taking away their friends their support systems their animals and even a window would put them in more of a bad way than they already are. And I think that's what you're saying and you've talked about in your work. How animal assisted therapy is becoming one of the biggest healthcare trends and I don't think that's a bad thing but you also talk about the controversy surrounding it and then you back it up with science. Can you talk about animal? Assisted therapy for a moment. Because I I just find it absolutely fascinating. That people wouldn't respond to this favorably but I also understand that this is our culture. Everything is good and everything is bad seemingly at the same time I think it's more nuance than that. I think that most people understand that their dog helps them. You know most people get get it at this level and in terms of organized animals therapy whether it's dogs or or wine therapy with horses or going outside and connecting with wild animals. No matter what that is people necessarily understand that it's the science is coming now and the science is really interesting though that some of it is controversial but nobody. His watched a kid with disabilities in an equine therapy. A Horse therapy course assisted therapy. Setting cannot be not moved. It's very moving to watch this. One person who works in this field told me that her mother was bringing her child who is autistic to animal assisted therapy sessions which involved horses and he would ride horses with a helmet and somebody would lead the horse and he was. I think about nine years old and he had not talked ever and one day when they didn't go when they were supposed to to the horse. Therapy Her son walked into the living room and said there were horse. First Time she had heard him say a word so there are moving stories like that I talk about a woman another woman who is on the autism spectrum and she tells quite a moving story about not only how her service whose name is Cobo has her but how she has learned to help Cobo using some of the same techniques to Kobo. Us to help her so often. What is occurring is a kind of mutual. Azam is not one way. I don't want it to be seen as just what we get out of our relationship with other animals my promote something in the book called the reciprocity principle which basically holds it for every bit a healing that they give us hamels whether they are domestic or wild animals. Give us we need to give back to them. The same we need to protect them as they protect us.

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Getting back to basics.

Hacking Your Leadership

03:44 min | Last month

Getting back to basics.

"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and this is talent Tuesday. This short weekly segment is dedicated to all things related for this talent Tuesday episode. I WANNA talk about getting back to talent basics about six weeks ago I recorded talent Tuesday episode on toxic positively. You've had a chance to listen to it yet. It's worth the four minutes in that episode spoke about a trend. I've been seeing on social media where people attempt to tell us what we should be. Doing while quarantined with all of our supposed extra time. I know some people who've taken the last sixty days to make huge positive changes in their lives and others have barely been able to hold everything together because their responsibilities have grown not their extra time regardless of what any of us have been doing though one thing is certain we will never get back to normal. There is no normal everything we thought we knew about normal should be presumed gone from little things like the death of the handshake to really big things like companies beginning to announce permanent work from home platforms. And we're just barely getting started but something that's not likely to change is our need to work so no matter what work looks like for you when things start to feel settled. You'll still likely have a direct boss and if you were a leader of people in January you're likely to still be a leader of people. We all know that career making opportunities aren't typically offer to people who merely execute process. Well more likely to be offered to. People who invent process were processed didn't exist before and these next several months are GONNA reveal a ton of opportunities for inventing process because most companies haven't completely figured out how to do Business Post Kovic. This also means tremendous opportunities for showing your employees that you understand what's important to them and it's actually one of the things that hasn't changed this year. What employees want and expect from any organization if they're being asked to engage fully in their work? Can you put into four? Major buckets employs. Want to get better. They WANNA be happy they WANNA feel important and they want to give back and the most important must consequential most career defining work you do as a leader in this time of recovery may be in how you define your leadership around making these four things happen. How do you help your employees? Get better in a meaningful way. You understand that. While good leaders helped their people become better employees. Great leaders help their employees become better people. So when you're working on developing people focused less on the skills that will help them do their job better and more on the skills that will help them do all jobs better the skills that will help them do life better and that starts with getting to know them and their goals so that you can take inventory of all the tools you have at your disposal that will help them achieve those goals. How do you help your employees? Be Happy by making sure the surrounded by kind people who are bought into the mission of the company and committed to doing quality work nothing erodes the happiness employs faster than disliking. Their co workers or believing low performers aren't being held accountable so even the performance coaching should be between you and the employees being coached. There should still be a culture of accountability so that everyone understands it does happen consistently how do you help your employees feel important by ensuring they understand how every single thing they're being asked to do contributes to the mission of the organization if an employee cannot connect their role and every task assigned to them to that mission they will not feel like their job is important and employee who believe their job is an important tend to try less and engage less? Lastly how do you help your employees give back by clearly articulating? How your organization leaves this world? And Its residents better off than they were found by using the resources available to you to help your employees make contributions and their own personal ways and most importantly by practicing social leadership. If your actions outside of work tell a different story than the values you espouse while at work you'll very quickly lose credibility as these things start to unfold and you begin to see what your leadership role looks like going forward. Us This time of rebirth. To create a renewed sense of focus on these four things. Virtually all the problems encounter in. This transition will be made easier. If you're people believe you're committed to them thanks for listening and have a great day.

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How are colleges spending their relief money from the CARES act?

Morning Edition

03:28 min | Last month

How are colleges spending their relief money from the CARES act?

"How're colleges spending their relief money from the federal government Congress set aside fourteen billion dollars for colleges universities and their students and it matters a lot how to use that money colleges not only shut down this spring but face uncertainty about the fall semester the president of Brown University told us recently that some universities could go out of business if they fail to reopen this fall NPR's listen that warning is been following the money good morning good morning what our education leaders saying about that fourteen billion dollars that they received so from the beginning if they said fourteen billion was not enough the American council on education hired lobbying group called the money willfully inadequate we're seeing colleges with massive budget shortfalls there's hiring freezes and furloughs and cuts to programs although there is a fourteen billion dollars where is the money going so the majority of that money was in a bucket of about twelve point five billion dollars that went directly to college as the law requires that each school give half that money directly to students whose lives have been disrupted by the pandemic they're facing financial challenges struggling to make ends meet and will not as interesting so the universities don't necessarily get a lot for teacher salaries or something like that the students get a lot of what seems like a lot are they benefiting so it really depends on what school you go to whether or not you've seen that money yet so it's been up to the schools to distribute the money which means they make an application they decide who gets that and there's a lot of need right now in college campuses and there's only so much money in the pot and then there's this larger question about eligibility so several weeks ago that department said only students who are eligible for federal student aid were allowed to get the coronavirus relief that essentially in excludes international students and undocumented students including those protected under daca mmhm and the community college system in California has actually sued education secretary Betsy to boss over those restrictions calling them arbitrary and unlawful but the entertainment told NPR in a statement that if Congress wanted to include non US citizens they would have explicitly said so I'm glad you mentioned education education secretary device because she's been a subject of some of your other reporting on a portion of the cures act this relief bill that is used to have been used to boost small private colleges what's the news there that's right so there was a bucket of money a smaller back about three hundred and fifty million for it the secretary to top of schools that haven't gotten much relief from other parts of the bill and we now know that money went mostly to small private schools many of them religious so one example is wind Brenner theological seminary in Ohio they have about a hundred fifty students certificates and graduate degrees they're in the process of receiving about half a million dollars prince please when the president there told me it'll be about a third of their budget for next year and they plan to use that to offset tuition we are smaller school we have a very focused mission it's too quick leaders for service in god's kingdom which is not a shared mission however possibility in the number of students we could reach through eight seventy that these fungal while you know this comes at a time when public colleges especially community colleges are really hurting these are tens of thousands of students and that's in comparison to the smaller some schools that serve you know in some cases a hundred students okay so questions about the distribution of the money and the amount as well and we'll surely hear more on this subject listen thanks

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Jordan's first Air Jordan sneakers sold for record $560,000 at Sotheby's

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:48 sec | Last month

Jordan's first Air Jordan sneakers sold for record $560,000 at Sotheby's

"Somebody really wanted to be like Mike can spend the half a million dollars to walk in his shoes a pair of sneakers autographed and worn in games by Michael Jordan during the nineteen eighty five NBA season sold at auction for five hundred and sixty thousand dollars Bram Wachter is Sotheby's director of E. commerce air Jordan one are incredibly important in sneaker history generally sneakerheads Carol out about that I think also you know it it also takes a big sports memorabilia bucket to sports memorabilia collectors are interested in that and so I think all of those factors together really led to the price twenty seven days ten bidders competed throughout the ten day auction but things didn't really heat up until the very end the price jumped up three hundred thousand dollars in the final twenty

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Bitcoin at the 3rd Halving: What We See From On-Chain Data

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:19 min | Last month

Bitcoin at the 3rd Halving: What We See From On-Chain Data

"When you look at wail activity as well like if we're if we're GONNA be talking just in general about this wealth distribution as curious to know at that upper end like what are you noticing in terms of their activity absolutely into the one way was distribution of quantity per per wall ties but the other was just a quantity of each of these wallets. So then. That's where the the whale accumulation distribution kinda thing happens where while we saw these smaller walls pick up. We also saw considerable growth in the quantity of wallets that. Hold One thousand ten thousand bitcoin and so realistically exchanges are popping up but not at rapid rates. So you're not really seeing so many of these extra walls come up but with the way we kind of think about these. These are a lot of the earlier investors that are effectively. Smart Money If you kind of plot the quantity of wallets that hold over one thousand bitcoin and you plot that against price. You can really see how the amount of these waltz grows when there's after a post peak in the multi multi year sell off the OC those walls accumulate and then as price starts to pick up. You'll see those walls The quantity of those walls decline. And so you kind of see how. These individuals will accumulate during declines and then redistribute basically for for profit and these rallies and so while we we've seen this even just as much as just as recently as this past cycle were now at a point where we're starting to see or we've been seeing strong humilation in growth in the quantity of wallets that are holding at least two thousand bitcoin interesting. Yeah so it sounds like at both ends. There's Kind of huddling activity. I guess you could say amongst both the retail and the whales. Yeah absolutely and even just tracking age of these. You does in kind of thinking about it that way it really shows how out accumulation is happening and you also try to deduce whether bitcoin was being used as a store of value by looking at addresses that you believe or multi. What did you find when you looked at that? Sure so multi are waltz where you need multiple signatures in order to move coins in and out. Basically the the simplest way to describe it and there's different types it's usually you need some kind of majority so two of three three or five but what happens is these when transactions go into these walls. They leave a certain kind of Signature so you can basically track the amount of tokens that are held in these multi wallets and when you think of these types of wall they represent some kind of custody solution or some kind of advanced way of holding bitcoin more security than than your normal retail investor would hold and so you can track all those different types of wallets and just looking back even starting at the end of two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen. You see a really big uptaking. Those wallets and interesting thing is in order to know what type of wallet it sat in. The BITCOIN has to leave. So you basically get this bucket of unspent. Bitcoin so meaning bitcoin that was sent to a multi segment. Hasn't left. And so if you think about what kind of means in east to see that accumulation really pick up and right now you know. We're sitting at almost four million. Bitcoin held in multi-stage that are unspent in almost five across all of them. So I think it's just another really good barometer of institutional adoption just based on the security measures that they would have to go through to kind of store that bitcoin and speaking of institutional interests you did also look at how interest from them has from institutional investors has changed. And what did you see there? It's definitely I think Cova and everything that's happening in the world has accelerated a lot of time lines Both in terms of Without going too far down that rabbit hole in terms of Of Economics facing you're really seeing acceleration in the the. Fed the printing of money in kind of the need to to support the need to provide funding to support the population. Right now. So with all this printing people are starting to think about what does this mean for various asset classes so with equities you kind of see the disconnect between the economy markets and what that means and then a lot of the macro players are thinking about all right so in in this kind of environment you with all this printing but lack of demand see some kind of deflationary situation as the printing continues you soon that inflation would kind of eventually rear. Ted and so people are starting to think about how to invest in order to position myself. Well for that. In and focus is one of the focuses has been scarce assets. See see a lot of macro investors talking about moving into gold and now you're kind of seeing the next frontier and the big big one was obviously Paul Tudor Jones. Coming out and really talking about how he's putting almost two percent of his net worth which is I think about one hundred hundred million into into bitcoin and then also speaking about it with such conviction and and really I think opening the door for a lot of other macro managers. He's almost taking the the career risk away from individuals investing. And now you're GONNA have a lot of these other macro managers think they're going to the bitcoin. Conversations is gonNA come up again. They're going to have to revisit their thesis whether they were bullish or bearish and I think it's just it's now going to be a lot more of a common conversation in those investment committees in kind of what what I think could happen is a bitcoin goes from being a fringe investment to almost the consensus one over the next ten years as as these macroeconomic factors play

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"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:50 min | 7 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You could catch him on. Lakers Lakers heat. Next week. He is allegedly going to save frigging with you on a Friday. It seems more dangerous than Rockin with you on a Wednesday We'll see if he comes through with his promise or he chokes. You can also catch him on highly questionable later today four thirty eastern on ESPN Richard Sherman Tim Ryan if you're just joining us and don't know anything about this before we get to the polls and opening up the club Tim Ryan and announcer for the forty niners was suspended for one game. A really pathetic suspension. It's basically the forty niners just sort of looking around and being like is this bad. How bad is pretty bad? Okay one game that enough everyone good game two games too much one game all right. We'll go to one game. He said that the dark skin Lamar Jackson helped him. Hi Heidi waterlogged football and this was very very wrong very wrong and then we wondered was right and and now Richard. Sherman is saying He's got a point. Is that what Richard Sherman is saying about. Tim Ryan Tim. Ryan has gone around the locker room. I'm assuming apologizing to all the black guy just walked right by Garoppolo. Didn't apologize to him. Just went black guy black guy or did you just go to Richard Sherman and sort of the community black guy leader of the black guys. I'm not sure how this goes okay. He apologizes I I got. I felt so awkward for him like having to wander around their Yam suspended. How long did you get one game as a real suspension? It's kind of a fake suspension. But they had to do it because I'm white light. Do they uphold the suspension if he gets support. Kenny appeal this. We thought he should appeal it. We were. We were arguing yesterday that he should take this. 'cause the highest court Richard Sherman same because Richard Sherman said. I wasn't outright initially said of course I accepted the policy. I wasn't as outraged as everybody else was uh-huh because Richard Sherman on causes if you talked him cares about real and meaningful racism. not this nonsense. He said he made valid points. and Richard Sherman was on on that defense. That had trouble seeing the ball. I guess he went to go to the club winter. Indisputable if you just use sport science though if it doesn't work suspended if it is bring your doesn't want any part of this getting everybody wants to run away. Just run away fast Ken from Tim Ryan Opening for the next x-john Branca's Lamar Jackson does strike me as a kind of do though that will show up in the next game with like white sleeves just point watch. Let's go ahead and open up the club for the weekend. We will also update the polls from within the opening of the club at lebatardshow on twitter. Basil Club by one hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollar.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Indianapolis. Mike just took the colts and pulled the face mask off of another helmet. Do you want the colts the cold. That's a fifteen yard penalty. The colts are on the road at Tampa mine plus three plus three areas not kicking. I will keep them really what's he doing. He's hurt. Aw He's hurt. So is the reaper. Coming in here. Is the reaper. GonNa go find dizzy. Wherever is me into going in there first and then you gotta give the reaper sometime? I feel like I'm wrong because it is interesting. It's like an unnecessary hurdle. But he just referred to the report by name the repairs genderless. The report has no name. It's the damn reap deeper. How do you know who the root beers respect the rules? What is this? Is that all black bucket plus death. Oh Oh so you get the find find bucket I get. I get the fine bucket immediately. I'd get all of the money in the find bucket but I immediately have to die. Yeah I got very scared. This one was black and I thought it was going to end up being the death. The black helmet of death. How much money is in the fine bugs? Got Twenty Three Bucks Dan and save. You can save a dog with us. Twenty eight dollars. You've taken from me. Just be me getting my money back. Because it's not like STU gods pace anything. There's writing waiting on this helmet at the League. Corey Lee course airfoil man. He got me. He got me dirty last week. Picketing where are they this week. I ah that's a good question are they. They're not at the SEC championship game. They have the big ten. Who knows I don't know all right collect is going to select from the bucket of death? Don't have to like bathing eggnog. Before the season Ganz Arezzo knows. There's only cardinals don't even check. Don't even check okay. Arizona's is a two and a half point dog at home against Pittsburgh got to the New York giants. Get Eli though. I I manning yes hall of fame is riding on the line according to once you got a setup game for him. He's going to have an amazing game against the eagles. The giants are on on the road. A nine and a half point dog against the eagles feeling good wolf. Find out for me where league SEC. Championship Atlanta Yeah Georgia. Lsu what.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:26 min | 7 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"To for your wedding it. You gave me too many options. I still haven't picked on Dame's still haven't picked one. I don't know if I WANNA save the turtles I don't know if I want to save other animals uh-huh I mean maybe I'll just get a little bit each i. I'm glad you brought this up because I chose to save. The dogs and Dan doesn't know that I chose say at the dogs. I don't think are you calling thing these so for those. That don't know you could either go to Dan's wedding registry and buy him a gift for his wedding or you could donate to a cause and what do you get the man in. Who already has everything so I wanted to make it easy for you guys? If you didn't want to buy a gift if just donate to a charity that would save some animal. I thought you would appreciate the donation because you you have a kind heart near Goodman. Thank you Dan. Plus the smallest originally. It was like a car I could. I couldn't. Yeah just the helicopter billing honest to God there was something that was just of inured. Could buy him a vineyard vineyard. Yeah so I donated to say the dogs but this is the first you've heard about that is correct it so I don't buy wedding gifts out of the kindness of my heart. You'RE GONNA get the credit so you notice. Get the credit but I assume that everyone there is going to buy a gift. Look many of you who haven't bitten right now. If you haven't haven't bought one you could get away with not buying one by just saying you gave to the charity. Precisely what people are doing right now. You think STU gods by you. Any SORTA gift was there. That was the gift donated to any of your causes. You have to be notified right. There has to be some way that you would know is like an email or I put. Would it in your name. But I didn't want you bog down with an email but I just imagine like somewhere on behalf of Dan and Valerie they they say that at and you find out you guys think I did poorly then you. I shouldn't have done that. I shouldn't have rescued her. Saved any kind of animal honestly. I got everything that I wanted out of the equation. Asian already by just letting you know that you got me some dot US something in your. IRA should have just said that you could put like five dollars. No one would even know. I know this seems like quite the scandal. Maybe you're not understanding sort of the spirit of this. I'm I'm trusting my most treasured loved ones. If they're giving something think do not lie about it. So what if I just go help dog will that be. That's on the picture I saved so many damn dogs. It's great yeah like at least one hundred fifty dogs. I got you a frame. Thank you billy I will treasure it. Forever Andy Slater is reporting. Chris has got a lot of questions for me about wedding life for some reason. He peppers peppers me with them all the time. Andy Slater is reporting that Al Golden and the University of Miami are involved in a lawsuit over his buyout. Golden says he's been receiving checks monthly for twenty four cents paid quite frankly. Twenty four cents is what he sank. Thank my guess is probably not the buyout. Those are honestly the residual check for a burger king commercial in Nineteen ninety-one part about that is that the Senate to enter. Probably think thirty five Cents Hill costing them money now. He's taking his.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"ESPN radio all throughout the day. We've got a crowded studio. We've got a lot of people who have to go to the the bucket of death. Mike what are some of the Things still on the grid of shame. What are some of the punishments involved The way this works is we reach into a bucket. We pull out a football team and then one of US loses and has to You know partake in some sort of public. Shame it's the grit debt. Not the greatest. Shame I'll be nice C. N. fine. You're getting married this week. it Thank you I appreciate it. But it's actually a grid of shame as well as a gift. We have a bunch of selections still pending including Luding. Dan's final ruling of two punishments. So a lot of these might be taken off the board but there is a laurel and hardy having three pies thrown in your face of course the Michael Phelps address like an Olympic swimmer for an entire. Show the Pappas. which is you hold two foot long meatball subs in each hand for the entire? Show the black hole. You have to dress up. Like a crazy raiders fan for the entire. Show the car wash. This is one of my favorite. We dress you down to your skivvies and we wash you as if you were a racehorse outside ride. I was a good okay I mean. How's that GONNA look if we're doing it to dominate or Roy? Like that's that's not a violation all get a brush or Sarah should say yes I should while I'm at it Yeah so that's the penalty. You guys the I'll never mind. Let's go ahead and just do this. Oh that's mine just couldn't do wear jeans Tiger Shadow Eh. Awful are Chris. Go ahead and reach in there. Let's see what you got. You want the by teams packers. Titans giant seahawks lions. The lions are at home against the cowboys. Stafford also likely out again Yup C.. Put that back. uh-huh rummaging Texas ooh Raven at Raven They are plus for keep it. I don't have any Sarah. Sara go ahead and reach into the bucket and let us know what you have again. You want packers. Titans giant sea hawks. Those all have byes and the browns ravens events.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We don't have to go to the bucket of death. You don't have to do that. WHO's GONNA hold it against us. If we don't actually don't literally I don't either because I have the golden golden helmet of life. I think billy your three weeks is up. No we too. I think I think week to was for me last week. You're three weeks is up. Yeah Yep is week three for me. Okay so we had to go to the bucket of Death Mike. What is the call here you are. You're the leader of this show. What is what is the call here we suspending the bucket of death while Dan has has got no. You're not you guys makes the reason for this bucket of death if it wasn't for him. I wouldn't be doing the only reason we do it but it's not doing. I'm I'm not the reason right. Dan wanted to do something like this and I'm I made a whole elaborate game with all sorts of rules and this offseason I decided added to rework the game and make it simpler for everybody involved yet and you guys can't help yourselves you. Just can't you complicate the process you cheat at every opportunity that presents itself. We have an unprecedented run of golden helmet of life. Now we did do an internal investigation and we found out that sue God's pool of the golden in his life. Despite video evidence might suggest the contrary was a legit pool. Yes however after my own independent audit. I realize that the golden helmet of life seems to be at the same position every week after a small sample so I've taken it upon myself right after this unprecedented run of golden helmet of life pools calls to shake up the bucks. Wow Wow so what you're saying. Is You fiddled with the helmets before we drew this week yeah okay. All I really WANNA to know is if we're going to the bucket of death today and I'm thinking for Dan right because he's out. I'm picking for Dan. Dan Doesn't have to pick it. What's babies or like like marriages. You're you're you're clear yeah but universal. Orlando an helmet was picked on my behalf one time about this as or marriage. He's already like a punishment that life is handing you so you don't have to wait but did you see clear was born. No no no. He was absolutely clear. You can in hope you're selling. There's no controversy here. I think people have selected for me before they had yeah yeah. When you're just out you have to pick so. Dan is out so he's he's on on a honeymoon. Okay I mean. Is it a honeymoon technically. It's before the wedding. I mean put that on the polls but I mean you guys. You guys are overly complicating. This yeah and I do believe that Billy's back to the bucket. You've had three weeks to say. I think this is my third. I can go back and check check you. Well listen. I got it and may third. I got it the week after you've got it at all my third week so if you're on listen if you. WanNa be on your third week that means I'm on my second week and Roy's starts this week. That sounds right okay. This is not how how come on it is put it on the poll billy at Lebatardshow at twitter twitter. Excuse me was Russell Wilson trying to throw it Iraq. Was He trying to throw it away but this on the poll as well if Aaron Donald says your defense is fine. Is it also did the TD pass ask Carson Chris Carson. I Carson. Did it feel like that. Ball was in the air forever after he bobbled it. What a great game like that. The game had everything. It felt like a big game. It was a big game. The crab was amazing back and forth lead changes. You had you know a pass a catch play a big interception misfield goal at the end but Mike I think any conversation about this game as great as it was ause and it was fantastic Thursday night football who has to start with that call on Clay Matthews junior it has to because I heard Damien Amy Woody saying earlier today on Golic and Wingo. I've seen a call that bad in a long time now you have you saw three weeks ago. Bradley Chubb of the Broncos at Cost Vic Fangio Jio game it did COZMA win and I don't know how the NFL fixes it but I would say this. If we've gone to such great lengths to review everything pass interference. Why can't they just be a guy. WHO's in charge of all of it or girl or girl? A referee who is sitting atop who is is watching the game and saying hey you got that wrong you got. It wasn't roughing the passer. You've got it wrong. Why can't there be a person that does that. Who sees the game the way we all see that home it was impossible to miss and I think that's where you have to start. If we're going to great lengths to get every call right then why are we stopping short at roughing the passer doesn't doesn't make sense to me well it seems as though we skip a few steps in this Aussies and for instance in college you can review targeting penalties which is kind of like these rough passer penalties a little bit. Those are viewable but you don't review pass interference in the college game. We jumped right to reviewing pass interference which is such a huge call because it's a spot foul Matt Sport but we've Seen Games turn on these borderline calls and I don't think you lose anything by reviewing whether or not someone was actually roughing the passer asser because I agree with you and I think the nation for the most part agrees that call on Clay Matthews was bit soft. I don't want to say it cost them the game but it certainly impacted the game and it was soft it really was. I mean it was shoulder to shoulder. He went out of his way. He kept telling everyone that was shoulder. You saw awed quickly on the replay and I just don't get why we can't have an official who is just telling the referees. I you got that one wrong. You got it wrong. Reverse the goal that quickly. It should be that quick. You got that wrong. Reverse the call Russell Wilson Hoof like there's so many great things from that game Russell Wilson saying is he the most entertaining player in the NFL because I know like we've all moved on like we love the shiny new toy and that shiny toys Patrick Mahomes but Russell Russell Wilson might be the most entertaining player in football right now that throw and catch by lock it was at the catcher the year well guys arguing that I think he thinks Russell Wilson was throwing that ball away. I think it was that was throwing cat. I'd next-gen stats which I was like. How do they exactly find this out but there was like a six six point six percent chance of completing that and I was just asking questions like how do we know that I always think that with the is it the FBI these power they always have these percentages next to game the math. They're doing well. There's apparently chips in the ball now and they take into account the nearest defender and how close the player was to the sideline and they take a representative sample and they compared to previous instances in which that is but I'm like. How long is this science been around no more than a couple of season so your sample is relatively small to settle on six point six percent chance but I think we can all agree? It was an awesome thrown thrown catch. it was a great throw it was it was a great catch. I think everyone was focused on the catch it first and then realize what a great throw it was but I think he was trying to throw it out of the end zone and just didn't have enough juice on it Chris. Do you think he was trying to throw it out of bounds. No I thought he was just trying to make it where only his guy can catch it or no one else sorry. I was just distracted though Steven Naismith is really bringing it today. He's flexing on us. He's wearing something he's like. Look I can pull this off all right. Nobody else can pull this red turtleneck right. This is like a brown. Only Oh wow you say corduroy jacket iggy. pull it off a beige corduroy jacket with a dark red. We're GONNA call that a Merlot Turtleneck uh-huh. I could see Pablo wearing that outfit absolutely but not pulling it off the way. Stephen is pulling it off right. I'm not feeling a he really going on right now. Like why would you wear such bundled up close because you're stephen were.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Lead

"Steve just as a reminder what is Ales. It's great you ask what ails is. LS Is Emil Trophies Lateral Sclerosis otherwise known as Lou GEHRIG's disease bursts baseball Lou Garrick. I'm not been amazing mark by playing in twenty one hundred thirty consecutive get him games then a fatal disease attack baseball's iron man he gets this disease and he's going to die of it and they have this famous event July. Fourth Fourth Nineteen thirty nine at Yankee Stadium cheered by the Gary made his last public appearance for the past two weeks. You've been where where he delivered iconic luckiest man speech today. I consider myself the luckiest man on the face sleet and there was an ope pouring of support and grief and so forth but people didn't really know that that he had ls they thought he had some kind of debilitating disease that was going to end his baseball career but he might live out his days and within just about two years Lou Garrick died of ls if you fast forward to two thousand thirteen millions more no but not to the degree that they would become acquainted with it via the ice bucket challenge because it wasn't just the ice bucket challenge itself it was the testimonials of the family members and friends of people floated by F. I noticed that something was off with my mom. When my whole family was out at a wedding in Florida for my brother and I remember that my mom was slurring her speech a little bit and the awareness and education that came out of the ice bucket challenge is incredible.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

06:40 min | 10 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Lead

"Episode is brought to you by the new film film from Twentieth Century Fox Ad Astra Brad Pitt Stars is Roy McBride an astronaut on a mission to find his missing father traveling to the outer edges of the solar system he unravels a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet and uncover secrets that challenge the nature of human existence in our place in the cosmos US ad Astra in September twentieth. The fate of humanity depends on one man Luckily Hey Steve under scouts. Can you hear me a unders. How are you sir. I I am not too bad. How's things in Boston good good. I guess I should get closer to the microphone. We were talking about our favorite restaurants and where did you. Where did you land on that why I'm very county so I went with highland kitchen on highland avenue in Somerville especially Monday night for the Fried Chicken dinner and frank steakhouse on Mass Avenue with Cambridge. Wow that is the most townie answer I've ever heard too. What is your favorite restaurant all right so first Steve. Could you just explain exactly what happens in an ice bucket challenge well the easiest way to do which is the way that I did it in front of a sports sportsburry new fenway park. Is You have somebody with a camera you say hi. I'm Steve Buckley. Hi this is Steve Buckley of the Boston Herald. I I am at the baseball tavern with Fred Morgan and I have been challenged by Nancy Frady's mark two road map paret and about a million other people to do the ice bucket challenge and and then you take a bag of ice and you pour it into a bucket and then you lift it up and you he would over your head. It's cold and then you say I now challenge you these three people and if not you've got to donate money detail s so this is probably a really hard question to answer but how did the ice bucket challenge began it. It's an impossible question to answer because it's open to interpretation. What we do know is that early. In the year. Two thousand fourteen people were doing cold water challenges polar bear plunges and various various things but it really started sort of a small scale thing just people here and there sprang hoses at themselves. You know I it wasn't hugely popular to begin with it. It was not hugely popular to begin with it was it was just for the lack of any other way to do it stuff people do and it was it was on a par with kitten videos on youtube a youtube silly stuff that people on the Internet silly stuff that people do in the Internet and then it arrives at the University of Arizona Women's basketball team and it's really there it goes from being something pointless to being something productive something that could raise money. I am challenging you guys to a cold water challenge and here's how it was going to go every coach. Nyah butts who is the head coach was looking to do something to raise awareness for the K. L. Cancer Refund which was a big thing for breast cancer awareness in women's college basketball. We just decided hey. How can we make this fun. How can we do this and see if we can get the basketball community behind it. Coach Butch was of opinion that Oh we can make it more organized. You know we had our video guy helping us with with it so we go pros on and you know there were cameras all over the place setting up so we can get the different angles and it seems like the the key thing that that she introduces says this idea of challenging people. You know your friends and your colleagues to do this. I I'm calling out corey close. UCLA second okay I'm calling out lizzy. Godly cal last but not least Asu baby and no cheating and and if you don't then there's consequences there was like a competitive element to it which brings us back to the whole sports angle first and foremost we are competitors and anytime you challenged and especially challenge publicly people. WanNa stand up to it. You know no one wants to back down from a challenge the other coaches accept the challenge orange and then they put it out and other people put it out so it's the snowball rolling down the hill right and that snowball as you've written rolls through with a professional golf and motocross communities and eventually gets to a guy named Anthony Junior who lives in Pelham New York and this is is key to the whole thing because you've got friends of Anthony snarky junior he has. AOL US such a Popular Guy Sends it out Pat Quinn six miles away in yonkers he has a LS. He sends it out to all his people and then some of them send it up to Boston to peop- frady's he has a ls so the whole thing with the ice bucket challenge and how it became an adjunct to fighting a LS was anthony surrogate junior to Pat Quinn into pete for eighties and then Pete's mob which is what it was they were hugely invested in this and they were sending a five hundred challenges a day and that's when it really took off and became viral on behalf of the entire Boston Red Sox organization. We enthusiastically accept the L. S. ice bucket challenge to the ice bucket challenge Conan O'Brien. Did the ice bucket challenge. Justin Timberlake did the ice bucket challenge. What's the Bill Gates one which is hugely famous where he literally sits down in design. He takes out a notebook and he designed an apparatus. That's what electrically the water over his head and then he tests it and then he has this device that he made for the ice water over for him and that was how you get. It is a hockey fan. ABC Net he was standing on a glacier in his underwear on a mountain and a helicopter dumped ice water on him a challenge except we're GonNa do with ways your water to nominate Lebron James the best quarterback quarterback in the NFL Aaron Rodgers Russell Wilson it circled the globe several times went to the moon and back people will say a it was an internet miracle but an Internet miracle is still a miracle..

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"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

12:09 min | 10 months ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"My man sixty nine percent of the audience said yes nice. Have you seen already. Lang's knows fifty. Four percent of the audience said yes. Are you ever proud when the United States finishes seventh-place Ninety one percent of the audience said No. What's the nine percent thinking participation of soccer if I told you so fiba guy the most annoying guy in the world that's the main I'll Hassen. I told you the American team was. GonNa lose. Ninety percent of the audience said yes you think Adam Gays Call Jay Cutler seventy ninety nine percent of the audience said yes. Do you know who the naked cowboy is. Fifty four percent of the audience said yes a scroll up here a lot of videos fat white face that white phase a white phase mystery grades. Are you surprised that Nick Sabin been loves making these nuts jokes he doesn't. I mean remaining former running back went on the Dan Patrick show show and said he he does sixty five percent of the audience said yes. Did you know that the Michelin restaurant ratings is made by the tire company sixty. One percent of the audience said No. I guess it's not great branding. Did you know that the Michelin restaurant ratings appeared just to be a marketing arm of the tire company fifty nine percent of the audience said nope those Tibo get a haircut every day. Ninety four percent of the audience said yes. Would you wanna live in a world where everyone's thoughts. appeared is taxed above their heads seventy. One percent of the audience said no are superstition stupid. Sixty percent of the audience said yes I win for billy is the person who says the ball is not height. It is snapped allowed to be your friend ninety. Two percent of the audience said no it was Dennis Robin Evermore Popular and famous IDs Chicago then Michael Jordan. I gotTA refresh. This wasn't going my wait. It's still not coming my way eighty. Four percent of the audience said no Alison Can you find the reaper for us. Please the rape or just left the room and we've got to do this. Dude Terry Larry's the beefcake reaper how now again sex death has never been so sexy. Chris reach into the bucket and and former stand situation for the reaper this week. That reaper is shirtless. the reaper does have a farmer's. Tan The reaper sucking in its stomach the golf. I got the packers minus two and a half at home against the Vikings. You know you keep pets are these alarms provided by Caesar's uh-huh Tuffy. You don't want two and a half point favorite packers at home technically their home so they should be a three point favorite so that's technically saying the lines pushing a little number last year. These two drew at home Chris. I'M GONNA keep it billy. Go ahead and reach into the bucket with the grim reaper. Let's see what we have from billy here golden in Helmet no big winner billy goat hacker graduation. Finally something good in the helmet summit be aware of that swap helmet swap helmet. Somebody else will golden helmet of life Roy. Go ahead and reach into the bucket of death and let's see it's always bad when you get the golden helmet of life. Wait a minute doesn't that imaging I think the golden helmet of life has special happy imaging the Golden Helmet of the golden helmet the golden it helped me. I regret asking for Roy. What is the team that you pick Roy. I got at the lowest helmet and he's playing Meena. Okay so you've got greg cody fantasy team against me no. I don't know you do not your back. Let's see what else else's in the bucket that Roy Roy stay with whatever this is the buccaneers. Oh victory adulation last night's buccaneers victory during pelmets still out there both the just like Brian is now reaching to the no swap helmet when reaching into the bucket of death a Washington racial slurs at home. There are five and a half point dog to the cowboys. I think they might cover but I'm putting it back. Okay thank you for that bonus. Gambling appreciate rare or listening to the segment are saying man. I hope I can get some gambling advice from that guy who's picking from a bucket next next to a shirtless reprint. Oh you got the other team cowboys Nice. That's a nice one but it might not cover yeah there there. We go there for me. I think the doors locked the reapers able to break through anyways because the reaper is the raper. stugotz likes to rummage so here we go. Oh stugotz is rummaging really object defying the reaper. You know that a lot of objectification going on here on swap. AL etes hides the helmet from all of us in his sausage fingers. I have the lions they are plus two and a half at home against the chargers that it is going to be the funnest game of the weekend. I don't trust it because you have two quarterbacks. Send every game the same way no just going to be throwing the ball at each each. Other's face masks have the ball in the final thirty seconds this pick Stanford from stugatz. The second helmet selecting likes to rummage. They got it like I have the redskins congratulations. They'll cover. Thank you for the bonus. Take I have the Houston. Texans Texans are at home against the Jaguars. Garmin shoe doesn't scare you. Thank you Raipur your sexy as hell conveys listeners to pay for as we get for free I mean no one feels confident right not even billy with the golden helmet of life your free for the next three weeks will also started one well because I looked in the bucket before a drew all my own been before I draw draw draw minutes before I drew the Commissioner Investigation Donlevatar. It's Friday I'm getting into the weekend I WANNA. Get my drink on. STUGATZ got open up to club open. It open it now but is the computer buffering there is this is the Dan Le Batard show with two guys on ESPN radio. Oh gamma put it on the poll. Does the Penn State Mascot. Look like it's costumers from the nineteen fifties. we have something alarming arming that has been brought to our attention by the gulfs niches. the video is pretty incriminating. Billy looked at deep into the bucket just stared stared deep into the bucket and we now have a grievance was filed during the break and this will be sent to Sarahspain committed. Not I framed a pitch. I'm sorry if the official is not paying attention to what's going on and I got away with. Don't start with me. Listen you pull last star. I don't even know what you're talking about but listen. I love you again. Aside with you on everything but you stare the Gohmert golden helmet down right in the eyes and then you took out a quick inventory to make sure that all the helmets were in there. He's gone when you talk now. I'm kind of with billy on that. The repurchase stood there and let it happen. Breeze out here doing flexes like you. GotTa be protecting your diva reaper man. It's it's all about the reapers all about the reaper the reapers a big got a minivan. Tonio Brown an him. Do I'm get anything by the fact that I looked at the camera. Give it a thumbs up after right did before. I picked the helmet knowledge exactly what was done. Look at the sinister laughter you give after you pull out. You know that you got one over on downs. It was the reaper holding his or its hand talent to its mouth in horror like this pretty incriminating. We guys in cahoots. Let's let that happen by the way I don't know that. This wasn't edited auto repairs. Ad Man I can't I don't supposed to be looking at the Bucket Matt. God put together so three weeks off then it's been sent to Sarahspain and you might have to come in this weekend and re re grab from the bucket. Let's go ahead and open up the club for the weekend. We used to do this in the afternoons afternoons. When we were happy hour show we never bothered to change any of it. Even when we became a show that's on at nine forty nine in California. Go ahead Let's it's open up the club and send you into the weekend. We have a good sound week. This is when we grabbed sounds from the week and from in the past and throw them in the club. I feel like we did have a good family this week. Yes let's welcome. The first sound behind the Velvet Ropes Joe the Don. What's southbound man. I hope you're doing well just want to say what's up in his canter and fifty dollar birthday purchase for Mike Ryan's friend who they call the Don on your head come on man. This is the first person in the club who else is coming into the club. He responds sounds like fifteen minutes later three textiles wow. I love it love it. I love it. Oh that was the videography of the Antonio Brown the Antonio Antonio Brown video. I'm used to everyone just fire him. That was a line that a writer would have written for someone his age. I'm just used to someone commenting Byrom. Oden long you to me like I'm used to everyone just coming fire Moses who else in the club okay Mr Credibility. Thank you a while that is is being very disrespectful to rick. Perry go out and the other one but rick the quite Ayman. The question was another one question was Rick Barry Club. I just answered that question actually you did. I don't think the Patriots have done anything better over for the last twenty years not come. Thanks everyone winning no. I don't think they've done that. That was my job. I think they're better. I I think they're better at not answering questions than they are. thanks everyone that is. Stacey James the public information and public relations. I should think public information given some of the things snapping around that team let the Public Relations Guy for the Patriots for the last four hundred hundred years since they were actually patriots with bayonets and hats who else in the club Ah Chambi Rick Sutcliffe. How much does Rick Sutcliffe know anything about sample site. Who else else in the club? I don't know if this is right right. I don't want to give out.

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"bucket" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"bucket" Discussed on The Read

"Bucket. I just you're lying to yourself girl in a few different ways. You really are. You're playing which itself and this man very much. Yeah. I don't even understand. Why this is question. Like, why does mom? Well, she says the subject says going on vaca- with my sugar. Daddy. How do I hide it from making mother, but I feel like there's a much bigger issue in the Email. Oh for sure. Things how how does mom will her mother's judgmental in would pass judgment on her going on a trip with a man don't tell her what she's saying should. I just like pretend that my phone is broken in. That's why can't face time with her. Or like, what should I do to keep my mother from? How do I how if I'm just missing a piece? But it seems almost to me again crack me from our. But it seems almost like you're using your mama as a way to like buffer this decision because you know, you shouldn't be doing it. I think you I think you might hit on acting like, well, you know, time. About it. But it's like I feel like deep down, you know, that this is some bullshit girl. This is a bullshit situations. But yourself into you are really lying to yourself. If you think this man, does not expect any sort of sexual intimacy from you ever for any at any point. I'm never had a sugar. Daddy. Unfortunately, I've tried. But. After having one either supposed to bring one my way, but I heard of people who have sugar daddies, or whatever you wanna call them before who don't have like sexual. Sexual relationships with them or whatever like, but I've only ever heard those things and again that doesn't have anything to do with the use specifically. So I'm not saying that he would expect it or wooden or whatever it just again seems to me like you aren't all the way decided are comfortable with this situation. And you're using like your mom being judgmental as a way to be like, well, what should I do? Like, if you wanna go go girl and just don't tell her like many of us have done with our parents and not involving them and things that business. But right. Yeah. I would if you felt secure about it, then I would just go..

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"bucket" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"bucket" Discussed on Rotated Views

"We wanted to find the term bucket list a list of things that one has not done before. One wants to do before dying. Is that how you guys define bucket list? Yes. I mean, technically, I mean, but it seems like, oh, just off your on, do the general term for buckets now it's just like, oh, things I really want to do, you know, yet is the things you want to do before you kick the book. Exactly. All right. So I grabbed a an article from the bucket list guy dot com that appropriate or now. And his first question is what exactly is a bucket list and he defines it as a bucket list by definition, a list of things that you want to do before you die. Right? The term gained in popularity after the two thousand seven movie the bucket list where Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson, both whose characters are dying from cancer created bucket lists of things they do before they die and then actually do them. But where do the term come from better yet? What kinds of things do you put on a bucket list are? And then he goes on and of course, as the bucket list guy, he goes on to find origins of the term bucket list. There's a good ideal of controversy as the exact origins of the term bucket lists. Some people say it does date back to the middle ages when a method of execution involved, the fix them standing on with a new sort tied around their necks. The bucket with then be kicked away and the victim would strangle to death. Okay, though, was way more intense. Another popular theory involves a reference to Catholic custom of holy water buckets. It's it used to be that after a person died, their body would be laid out in a bucket of holy water would be placed at the feet of the corpse friends and family who came to visit and pay their respects, sprinkle the body with the water finding there was once a children's game that was quite popular in this game. Children will kick a ball about buckets that were placed randomly if they kicked the bucket, they would automatically lose the game and have to sit out as easy. See now how the term could have been dapper that to be associated with death and those things that you would want to do today, if you thought it possible that you might die tomorrow, but it how exactly do you make a bucket list and what kinds of things do you do? Do you put on your book list and where do you make one? Cool. So that's pretty straightforward as James. James, what's a bucket list. I. Jim us that the statue. Okay. Well, what kind of statue bucket? It's a statue of a bucket. Haunting the statue of a bucket and a man holding a bucket. Okay. Wha- what is the purpose of the statue of of a man holding a book. Okay. With the Catholic term of them? Yes. So he kind of off to the, you know, the little religious. Okay, cool. What's something that you want to do that you always wanted to do. Manchester checks, you wanna drive him onto Druk. You're gonna be blessed. It's going to be a blessed months of truck. That's cool. L. have like three trucks. Are you going to do with the monster trucks. I do have back up with one of them. And make 'em make do not make a high jump in the air. That's cool. We'll color. They're going to be. Yeah, all three of them, no one will be green in one. No will be late. Shook, green, white, and black. That's cool. Are you going to be the driver of all three. Hi buddy will. Thank you so much. Thank you for joining us. Okay, I love you, buddy..

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"bucket" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"bucket" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Bucket to pay a different debit whitney leverett ricardo too got the worst ever rich mikka million on the with no brain to uc stream in the shuckers yourself esteem chelsea will be hydrogen shackles default tackle action to afraid to physic future surface nervousness would be every ship but instead acoustic i i see close of people focused with the the goto points of took of join it but this could be just joining the upper liska follow metropolis every trump in this is kelly come the chuckled fell asleep keeping hi.

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"bucket" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bucket" Discussed on Pod Save America

"To to maniacs one bucket of chicken episode love it it doesn't seem like the us position is sort of like coming into focus but there are a little all over the place like trump said north korea needs to get rid of nuclear weapons period in any deal popeye seem to suggest that they might be able to keep their current arsenal real objective is is keeping them from striking the us only that will really make our allies in japan and south korea very happy we also know that kim said he will dismantle his most prominent nuclear test site trump tweeted how smart and gracious that was but many experts thing thing basically caved in from you know nuclear testing so that it's no longer usable so supposedly cameras the concession but also out there acting like any economic support the north korea's gonna get is going to be private sector businesses just like rolling in i find that a little hard to believe there will be any direct us economic aid because bolton's kind of you know saying no but again i'm happy this is happening yeah get it done guys but little ways off from grungy as in in pyongyang so i wanted to ask like there's there's been some punditry that is like why won't liberals give trump credit for all that he's done around north korea so far what has kim offered trump that pass north korean regime's haven't offered past presidents would is new so far about what kim has can we know he's offered the rest of the meetings they just didn't take it we know that they've disobeyed destroyed testing sites before nothing nothing crossing the border yeah i mean look crossing the border to south korea having that conversation you know a while the improved tone there's a lot of like atmospherics that are that are shockingly better than the status quo five six seven years ago or twenty years twenty years ago but right i mean there's there's been these periods in the past where it seemed hopeful and there's been a change of tone and they've met in the north korean and south korean leader has met yeah that's why the whole conversation about the know uprise so silly and everything else because like we're.

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"bucket" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"bucket" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Bucket a cab i got it bucket a cab ooh open feel you again.

"bucket" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"bucket" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Bucket yang though young dumming broke whoa stop have you still that that clearly still dad just love you o dstld john as your dad's house could be saved and he will be sobbed knows for me dan sounded and in that way red nose day manning gangs bad oh now plays and good is not too bad zondo is yet to know the smiles you on faces plumping luke two new orleans due that game the last time now i know well hilbert manager amblin room the ozone pro day never legitimacy any of the name i love now we both as soon as awful but he invited each day shas tries to look for economy congress playbyplay at italianborn odd young the assailants deutsche showtime always stay this valentine's day today seasonable lays luke ga here's the deal benjamin geskin on the eib network and.

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"bucket" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bucket" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bucket does it matter i think it matters salat i mean the big lies that we're all sort of selfmade individuals and everything that happens to us as a result of her on personal choices as though we don't use the roads and the internet that was created you know from the taxpayer funded darpa net i don't know about you but i went to public schools we are the product of investments that society has made in the future and until recently the social contract has meant that were obligated to pay forward so that other people can benefit from living in our society justice we did if people break that social contract to enrich themselves pretty soon in things start to fall apart you get sort of french revolution tight conditions if we can agree that these multilayered offshore schemes are anti fetig goal to general equity morality and the operation of a society through taxation and what can be done and i don't think any of the effective answers are legislative because wealth managers have seven three sixty five to invent clever ways to get around whatever law you put up as an obstacle and more importantly they have the eager cooperation of many countries to help them write laws that are tailormade to the interests of their clients in fact many wealth managers are themselves tapped to directly right the laws of offshore jurisdictions have you force people to pay their fair share is it doable i don't think enforcement and forcing are going to work many of the people were talking about have more wealth in the gdp of small countries so nobody forces them to do anything i think shortterm and longterm there some social forces that you can harness to bring about change i'm old enough to remember a time when it was considered 'patriotic to pay your fair share of taxes that changed starting in about the 80s but that's relatively recent in.

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