35 Burst results for "Eight Hour"

The Facebook Whistleblower Is a Pro-Censorship Czar

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The Facebook Whistleblower Is a Pro-Censorship Czar

"I turned to. Cbs to see what was on. And it was this. Facebook whistle blower found the whole thing to be really strange very staged very scripted. And so you have this whistle blower going on sixty minutes and said okay. This doesn't seem right just the way she was answering questions it was she kept on saying i want what's best for the company wants what's best for facebook and i think they're getting in their own way. So that's strange whistle blower the keeps on saying that you actually want what's best for the company that's kind of a weird way to frame it and so then today all of a sudden the whistle blowers in front of congress. That happened quickly. So you go from sixty minutes to congress and forty eight hours thirty six hours not even who put all that together. Is there a democrat staffer. That wants her to go in front of congress and so this woman who is testifying francis how gin. She's a thirty seven year old former facebook product manager who worked on the civic integrity issues at the company. Now mind you yesterday. Facebook was down mysteriously for five or six hours. And there is a theory out there. And i just want to reiterate it unsubstantiated and purely conjecture purely speculative that all of this is tied together that there might have been some sort of algorithm ix system reset within facebook which is why facebook went down for five hours yesterday. Why none of the people in charge of facebook seemed that confused or irritated when facebook went down. Purely unsubstantiated and speculative but it's interesting and it would make sense in a certain particular theory of analysis so francis hogan gets in front of facebook and she says something repeatedly look in order to save facebook from the children in order to save facebook or save children from facebook. We need more government regulation to monitor the political discourse on facebook so basically she is a pro censorship.

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Why Facebook and Instagram Went Down for Hours on Monday

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Why Facebook and Instagram Went Down for Hours on Monday

"Hear facebook and instagram was down for six hours yesterday to the millions and millions of people dependent on social media. I'm so sorry that happened to you. Had to be miserable day. It'll what you know. What it was for me was monday. Because i don't spend any time on any of that crap. I just don't do it. Can't stand it and the explanation about why facebook and instagram down for six or eight hours. Not a very good one something about the servers. They were transferring servers. Or what get a whole lot of confidence that the entire platforms were down for a day because you had some server maintenance issues or something didn't doesn't seem to stable to me that again. Nothing seems very stable to me anymore.

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What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?

Ask The Health Expert

02:28 min | Last month

What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?

"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're

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Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

02:09 min | Last month

Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster

"Get right to it sam. The raiders cut their roster down to fifty three. It's not etched in stone whatsoever. There's going to be a lot of moves. I think made over the next forty eight hours but any surprises regarding what What we saw today. How you doing great work today. Greg today becky over. A number of those moves broke several of those transactions. Great work as always. We appreciate it for me biggest surprise. I don't think there's a ton of surprises. You take a look at the roster in for the most part guys that we expect it to make the team guys that had prominent roles in training camp guys that we expect to have. Prominent role season are on the team The one surprise to me. And i guess it's not too much surprise when you contextualize training camp and how everything went through the preseason Brown three years removed from the one thousand yard season. You figure you know his speed. His veteran presence could play a factor there that receiving core. But it goes to show you that. The raiders have a lot of faith in henry rugs in bryan edwards to take a step forward in hunter renfro to continue to be a productive sought receiver and and felt it was. It was a mutually beneficial. John brown asked for his release. I expected to be a market for him with the raiders. Feel good about where they are at receiver. So that was the biggest surprise for people for the most part this roster looks how i expected it to look at this point of the season. What about you. What did you think. Yeah and As it relates to john brown zeta-jones also continues To to emerge as a guy that the raiders value as a reserve player maybe even as a spot starter. There's a lot of value in zeta-jones that goes obviously the numbers because he really hasn't put the numbers up but there's a chemistry that he has with dr carr. There's also an understanding now going into year. Three in this offense of what the raiders are doing so Not a bad option to have that deep down on under depth chart. It'll be interesting to see what some of these younger wide receivers Dita turner and dylan. Stoner who did get cut. Whether they're brought back in some capacity. Very lisa i would think both would be on the practice squad. And who knows maybe one could end up. On the on the regular season roster fifty three man roster

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CHD President and General Counsel Mary Holland on Covid Vaccine Injuries

One Life Radio Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

CHD President and General Counsel Mary Holland on Covid Vaccine Injuries

"Mary holland. One of my favorite people. How you doing today mary. I'm grace could yeah. It's great. We're going to call him a mondays mondays with mary. It's gonna be regular well and there's so much to talk about my goodness let me introduce you for people that maybe are listening for the first time mary holland serves as president and general counsel of children's health defense. She left the faculty of new york university school of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her master of arts and juris doctorate degrees from columbia university and her undergraduate degree from harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and mary is the co author a vaccine epidemic and the hp vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. You can find mary at children's health. Defense dot org. That's children's health. Defense dot org. We have a lot to cover today with our children's health defense. Update okay so there were an additional twenty seven thousand reported injuries from the covert vaccine in just one week so from last week to this week. So what kinds of what. Kind of injuries. Mary are being reported. And what about deaths bernadette all kinds of injuries are being reported and death the total deaths so far that have been reported and we know that's really a small faction of what the real number probably is over thirteen thousand and the number of total injuries. That have been reported or over six hundred thousand. I don't think this would be possible. Except for the fact that the government and the industry and the healthcare profession all have liability protection under emergency use authorization status It's really distressing thirty. Two percent of those deaths were within forty eight hours of having developed symptoms after the shot. So i it's it's extremely troubling bernadette It's just there. Were over five hundred fifty deaths last

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Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

The $100 MBA Show

01:25 min | Last month

Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

"Let's talk about working on that side hustle. A business not going to build itself. You have to put in the time dedicated time. During the week i would spend about ninety minutes an hour to two hours on building. My side hustle. So gilmore on five probably done with dinner by six a relaxed for an hour and then from seven to nine ish. I would work on my side hustle. And then i would move on with the rest of the night go to bed start the next day very little wiggle room right very little time for dilly-dally i know but i knew this was gonna take for me to be able to build side hustle. That was gonna launch me into the next phase of my entrepreneurial career which is fulltime entrepreneurship. So i spent by ninety minutes every single day and i spent at least eight hours during the weekend so either one full day or four hours each day. Working on my side hustle. The reason why. I did it every day and not to say hey. I'm going to spend all weekend long and not do anything during the week is because it's again very important to have momentum to build upon something day after day if you forget about your business for a few days four five six days and then jump right back into it takes a while to get back into it and to remember what you where you left off and worded what to do you kind of lose focus so one of that momentum so i spent as much time as i can every day even sometimes just an hour but at least i can build upon the next

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Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting

John and Ken on Demand

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting

"We're going to start though by talking to a san diego. County board of supervisors member because tuesday night. It was pretty raucous. It went on for hours because a lot of people wanted to speak. And most of them were speaking against any sort of mandates dealing with corona virus vaccine mandates mask mandates the idea of vaccine passports. We played this man. Yesterday's name is matt baker because he was certainly the most entertaining of a number of speakers. That's the wind the wind of time. That's the wind of history. That's the wind blowing through your ancestors bones begging you to do the right thing. Surfing baker is calling upon from ocean. Beach time he goes done. He was saying ohio vouch. It went on for quite a while. Jim decimal taste of talks. With a chair nathan fletcher had lost his mind over this gym. Actually to sit through the entire performance and everybody else's performance for about eight hours. How are you jim. Well i'm tired but Thank god it's friday. Hundred twenty people is this true. Oh yeah at least. I thought it was actually more about one hundred seventy but We had quite a few speakers. Mr baker was one of our more entertaining speakers unfortunately he's getting a lot of the attention vote but you know we. We still had you know. Many parents nurses doctors regular citizens there as well and it was kinda as you mentioned earlier. The sort of a perfect storm of the recall folks the reopen folks. The let them breathe folks that no mass on kids in schools and the no vaccine passports. I mean it was really kind of a wake up. Call to to me

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Florida Orders School Boards to Relax Mask Rules or Risk Pay

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Florida Orders School Boards to Relax Mask Rules or Risk Pay

"Education officials in Florida are threatening financial penalties against school board members in two counties unless they drop their requirement that children wear masks in school Florida's education commissioner Richard Corcoran is enforcing the governor's ban against mask mandates or any other cove in safety requirements Cork were notified school board members in Broward and a lecture what counties that they have forty eight hours to drop the mask mandate or he'll withhold funds that equal their salaries Thursday governor run Disentis reiterated his opposition to having youngsters wearing face masks I'm offended that the federal government thinks they know better than we do as parents the federal government says on average Florida is seen some twenty thousand nu kopen infections every day I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fox News Reports That U.S. Flight Hasn't Left Afghanistan in Eight Hours

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Fox News Reports That U.S. Flight Hasn't Left Afghanistan in Eight Hours

"Americans are getting through those checkpoints and they are getting onto the base on the airfield. And they are being flown out of Kabul. I won't speak to potential future operations that may or may not be conducted. What I can tell you is the operation we're conducting now, and that is to keep that airfield open and running, and Americans are getting through the lines. They are getting onto planes. No, they're not. They're not. There's a story on Fox breaking right now. They are not getting on planes. Because the planes ain't going anywhere. They haven't had a flight in eight hours. It just broken the Chiron on Fox at a U. S. White hasn't left an eight hours. What are they doing? Tele Transporting people. Am I missing something? How hard is this? Listen, our troops on the ground, want to save our people I heard and Lucas Lucas Tomlinson reported on five. Yes. That they were directive strict orders not to save our own people. Are you guys ever in the military leadership and Biden going to get off your asses and save these people? What are you doing? This is not hard. This is not hard to do. It's dangerous. It's very dangerous. It's extremely dangerous, but it's not hard. We know how to do this. Okay. Force protection was my entire line of work. Set up a bunch of stable, secure motorcade routes. Take them block by block. If you have to clear them, hold them set up entry points to those routes. You can make it like a bus stop. If you have to meet us at this point, if that gets blocked, meet us at the next checkpoint, and that's how you get people out. Create an alternate route. Create safe houses along the way. You can secure secure the high ground on the round. This isn't hard. It's dangerous. It's extremely dangerous, but it is not

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Liberal Palm Beach County Parents Prefer to Keep Kids in Muzzles

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Liberal Palm Beach County Parents Prefer to Keep Kids in Muzzles

"The whole thing laid out ready to go. And then I see on this Facebook page The WPTV, which is a local media outlet down here in Palm Beach. I live north upon beach in Florida. They're reporting that despite Governor De Santis is ban on mask mandates, not ban on masks. Yeah, contrary to with Randi Weingarten, the teachers union tells people because she's a liar. It's not a ban on massacres. A ban on masked man. His parents can choose. Put a kid. They're kidding. Um, asked why they choose that I don't know, but or they can choose not to right. So, uh, Palm Beach County basically gave the double barreled middle finger to Governor De Santis and said, We're just going to mandate masks. So most parents, I'm assuming just going to ignore this because nobody really cares with the Palm Beach County People say there are losers in the in the governing governing infrastructure. Pompey's people down there are awesome, but it's run by idiots and losers. Palm Beach kind of. Sadly, it's largely Democrats. They're all in Brussels. And I'm sitting there and I'm reading the comments underneath the story. And it's amazing how many parents are on their well, we're gonna call Pinots. Parents in name only who don't care about their kids at all, have not asked any questions about the long term effects of masking their kids for eight hours a day, the effectiveness of the matter relative to the potential negative effects they've done none of this. They want their kids and muzzles like dogs because they don't care about their kids. They just don't the gas. Somebody's talking about killer Basque Has it stopped. Anything isn't really been effective in stopping. Do you have any actual evidence? Real world evidence that this thing has been this masked man they affect you Have any of that evidence? No, I don't have it. So you're gonna put your kid in the muzzle? Of course I am. I'm a liberal parent. Don't give a damn about my kids. I just don't like you conservatives. So I'm going to take it out of my kids. Make sure he breathes in his own carbon dioxide all day in a filthy, dirty mask where everybody sweats all over the place in Florida. Alright, so that But that's what makes you a pie? No apparent name

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Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport

"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning.

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How to Achieve Massive Success Without Losing Control of Your Time

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:31 min | 2 months ago

How to Achieve Massive Success Without Losing Control of Your Time

"Something that i find very important for most ceos. The number one is. I don't have enough time and then at the same time. But when it comes to ceo's it's almost believable right. We almost believe it when a business owner who has fifteen twenty employees or whatever. It is when they say. I don't have enough time to take care of my body. I don't have enough time to be a good father mother. I don't have enough time to travel. Whatever we almost believe them. In many cases people do believe them. While i don't because at the end of the day life is all about choices and there are a lot of hours in everyday twenty four hours a day one hundred sixty eight hours in a week and so you have enough hours to do everything that you want. The question is would you choose to spend your hours doing in your days you're talking about. Let's say cleaning and cooking in a lot of other cases. It's it's other things that people spend their time doing right a lot of times. People spend lot of time to sort of like passively doing something they're not actively engaged so they'll they'll be like oh we'll tonight knows with kids for four hours while we really what the kids for four hours or were you like watching a game on tv. Plan on your phone and your kiss happened to be in the same room. Because i bet you if you were to spend an hour engaged with your kids and i know you have young kids so you know i talk talk about it being floor time. It's like i wanna know how many hours you spent with your kids with your knees on the ground and no phone within within reach. That's how many hours spent with your kids. You know the time you spend with your kids. Where you know your your. Tv's honored you're walking around or whatever that doesn't count right and so it becomes a lot of what you talked about is is finding these areas that you can. You can save time right that cleaning and cooking. Let's say but then the question is where do you now invest that time because it's one thing to save it here but then now reinvesting in watching more television right which i i've learned from other people is Is called the electronic income producer right and so are we watching television or are we putting that time into use like like up spending more time with the kids or putting more time into our business or maybe it's going to the gym or maybe it's it's educating ourselves. Know listening to more podcasts. Reading more books whatever. It is but the people who are able to create that efficiency in their lives. Now with every little thing you cut out your you're literally getting tenax your return on investment because if someone card charges you whatever it is you know in the us if they charge one hundred dollars cleaner house and in return for the time you get in that for that hundred dollars if your business owner guaranteed you can produce a thousand ten thousand dollars in income for your

Florida Governor DeSantis Calls out NIH for Not Studyinf Long-Term Effects of Children Masking

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Florida Governor DeSantis Calls out NIH for Not Studyinf Long-Term Effects of Children Masking

"We had a whole year to watch how this is developed in Florida and throughout the United States and throughout the world, and I can tell you in Florida we had school districts that mandated it last year. Others that didn't same with private and charter and there was no statistical difference. In terms of the cases. There was a study done by Emily Oster Brown University looked at New York. Massachusetts in Florida. They found no correlation to force masking and differences in cases. But you also have a situation where a lot of parents have have come that come to me. They've come to the school boards and said This has been very difficult on their young kids to have to sit there for eight hours with this, it's not natural. It's never been studied what the effects of that are. You know, NIH has a $42 billion budget. They've not spent a single penny since Covid started studying. How these mitigations affect kids. Yeah, again again. I woke up this morning saying to myself. How is it that we live with about 100 Million people who identify as being Democrats or liberals that can be this dumb to subject their kids to this without having any idea what it's going to do to their Children? Long term? Listen, I'm asking a serious question to our liberal and Democrat friends out there of which I have none. I'm just saying, pretending I have liberal Democratic friends for just a moment, a very serious question. What kind of parent are you? You're not even interested. And that there may be significant long term downsides and deleterious effects from putting a piece of cloth over your kid's face for 40 hours a

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Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts

podnews

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts

"Is apple. Podcasts still having problems well some. Publishers have reported that some new episodes taking many hours to appear in apple podcasts. Sometimes as long as seventy two hours we wondered how widespread the problem was of apple. Podcasts simply not noticing new episodes so yesterday we asked you to let us know if you to have seen this issue. We don't many emails in response. So here's some of what we learned one podcast host reports around five customer complaints day. Where it's been more than twenty four hours. Their feet is valid. And then you episode is everywhere but apple podcasts and it does take some convincing customers that it isn't the podcast host fault and other publishers says episodes of taken a full forty eight hours to appear in apple podcasts. For another their record is seventy two hours now. Few have told us that. If you log into apple podcasts connect and change the frequency of your podcast in the interface that appears to get apple to rescan your feed although they do say that sometimes new episodes appear and disappear a few times before being there permanently a few hours later. And we've seen that happening to in our testing podcast which is called pulled clock now apple is seemingly aware their support team has responded to one publisher saying this was an issue on our end with our service. There's nothing your end you can do to prevent it from happening again. It shouldn't happen again but if you do notice. An episode not live on apple podcasts. After twenty four hours please reply back. Longer and more pained feedback includes one person contacting us saying i have a daily podcast and at least once a week. My episode won't release on apple podcasts. It appears everywhere else. I've written to support about it and they refresh my feed but also say allow up to twenty four hours episodes to appear. This is a daily show. A why does this only happen on apple podcasts. They can't answer this but the following day both the episode that didn't appear and the new one show up apple had better start taking podcasting seriously. They can lose their once seemingly insurmountable lead.

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What is Intermittent Fasting?

Break The Rules

02:27 min | 2 months ago

What is Intermittent Fasting?

"A little bit about why intimate investing is for one and then by one lead again now so. I know that you know it's considered to be. This is a novel concept but if you look if you date back to biblical times it plays readily in multiple religions including christianity and islam. And so i-. I remind people that this is something that's existed for a very long period of time. We've just forgotten the value of not eating all day long and the easiest way to explain intermittent fasting as you're eating within a prescribed time period. We know that the average american eats sixteen to seventeen times a day. Which is just an unbelievable statistic and so if you're eating sixteen to seventeen times a day you are spiking your insulin. Which is one of those hormones that is designed to help. Lower your blood sugar. But if it's spiking all day long you kind of flip into this Less efficient way of managing your blood sugar and limiting digestive breast and things like that. So i'm an advocate of eating within a within a feeding window. I know people sometimes don't love to hear that expression but it's an easy way to explain that you're feeding window could be six eight hours and you just eat within that feeding window so for many people they may finish their dinner at six o'clock at night they breakfast at eight. Am they've already fasted. Fourteen hours a lot of the fasting time spent sleeping and so it is much easier for many people to wrap their heads around when they just think about. Oh i've already done fourteen hours. I can do this And once people have gotten the the knacker the hang of being obliterated fast you can have a lot of fun with it and it doesn't necessarily have to be the same The same schedule every single day. You could have one day where you twenty four hours. You have one day where he do. Twelve you know. Fourteen to sixteen hours you can do it around vacations and holidays and still stay on track and the most amazing thing about intermittent fasting that i've come to find as it even if people don't choose to change their diet fronts once they start shortening this window in which they're eating they feel better. They have more energy. they're sleeping better. Their digestion is improved substantially. And you know with a side of weight loss. I think everyone comes intermittent fasting with a desire to lose weight or lose fat but then they have all these other benefits. That will keep them really invigorated with this. The strategy

Will Your Company Embrace the Covid-19 Productivity Revelation?

Trent365

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Will Your Company Embrace the Covid-19 Productivity Revelation?

"Something been sitting comments. A couple of days ago is really stuck with me. What he said was a number of companies have realized during this covered nineteen pandemic and this work from home situation that the work that used to get done in eight hours in the office is now getting done in two to four hours at home and whilst no that's not true for all companies of course for a lot of companies and a lot of businesses i think it is and so the question for me is what are you going to do as a business. If that's true for you if you've actually realized that you can get the work done in half the time in a four hour day you can now complete an eight hour days work in the old days. You've now got four hours free per day per person. So what are you gonna do with that. I to just try and go back to normal and insist that your employees still sit there for that extra four hours or are you gonna find more work for them to do in squeeze squeeze more out of their four hours or maybe you can actually split it. Maybe give them two hours off. Let them go home. Two hours early and get an extra two hours of productivity out of the in the office even if they're only converting that fifty percent so we're actually really only getting one real productive time out of them. We're still now a bitter off than we were before. And so i reckon there's a massive opportunity for those companies that choose to embrace the revelation that covert has forced upon us. Which is we haven't been that productive in the office and if you can embrace that as a company and then maybe get a little bit more out of your employees while you're there but also give them something back and by letting them go a couple of hours elliott do something else on their own time in the office during that extra couple of hours that they were otherwise. Just wasting time with anyway. Then i think the returns to you as a company and a business will come back many fold in the short term and frankly obviously in the long term as well.

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The Coordinated Effort to Push Vaccines, Vaccine Mandates

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

The Coordinated Effort to Push Vaccines, Vaccine Mandates

"Wanna talk about masks. I wanna talk about vaccine passports. I wanna talk about all this stuff because it seemed like about two weeks ago and actually really remember this very well. Charlie was on tucker carlson show and he was describing that all of a sudden this messaging change happened in. It happened really on the right and even within conservative circles. He went on tucker carlson. He said what happened. In the last forty eight hours that it feels like there's this coordinated effort chosen push vaccines and vaccine mandates and really was sort of like a buckling. We blinked on the right. And then what happened the surge not necessarily of cova deaths or anything like that but a surge in mandates what i call panic porn or pandemic porn news outlets everybody talking about delta delta delta so here we are two about two weeks later after charlie i noted that i remember tucker's is kind of raising kind of you're no you're totally right. Forty eight hours all it took. We blinked in. This is what we get to she to go through a series of headlines. Pulled these this morning talking about different. Different escalations independent. Breaking governor of maryland suggests he will impose more lockdowns due to people believing quote conspiracy theories about the vaccine. New york city edict prevents majority of blacks from entering restaurants in new york. City will require workers and customers to show proof of at least one dose for indoor dining and other activities. Now which is kind of actually of no. Because you're not technically fully vaccinated until two weeks after your second dose. Nevertheless got have at least one pass.

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Addison George, From Naperville Central High School, on Mask Mandates

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Addison George, From Naperville Central High School, on Mask Mandates

"Central in april. I got the co vaccine. As soon as i was eligible even though i already had kobe last year and i knew i wasn't at high risk of getting it again. I did this. I could be free from all restrictions placed on me over the past year. I did it because all the adults. My life told me it would help those more vulnerable. They told me. I could finally live my life again without masks without quarantines and without remote school. I've done everything the adults have asked me to do. And now you want me to wear a mask again for eight hours every day at school. Who am i really protecting by wearing a piece of cloth. Every single student and teacher in naperville central is eligible for the vaccine. Every single person can make their own decision and about what risks. They're willing to take an. I should be allowed to do the same for myself. You might think it's no big deal. Where mask all day but for me. It is a big deal so this young girl. Who did everything she was told to do. And now they've moved the goalposts they want her as vaccinated young girl to wear masks eight hours day in school and so number one their health consequences for these kinds of policies not just psychological ones and you call it the figures to me from dr maccari. Who's johns hopkins darkens. Yes so. I've used his figures that a stunning the mortality rate for children in america who catch cove. It isn't one percent isn't half a percent. it is zero point. Zero five zero point zero five and these young kids are being told moscow up. Then you've talked about this myocarditis the inflammation of the heart which can be caused by some of the vaccines. You're seeing in children. The average rate normal rate for this inflammation

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"eight hour" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"At get out of the boat dot com yet. A welcome in other people's shoes now nobody else. We kind of need to slow down a little bit so take a minute. Take this in all of a sudden. I feel like we're being transported by the way i've taken this eight hour plane ride and i'm so excited because we get to cross state off of our map so excited.

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"eight hour" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So you can be an eight hour television that's what how many people sit in front of Netflix and watch twelve hours worth of stuff right you know and here's a great great movie by one of the master filmmakers of all time with incredible cast industry of ours you're complaining yeah yeah yeah I don't get it I just don't get it and that in that in the over the over the course of the week and I was off evidently baby orders the biggest thing that's ever hit the planet earth well yes the greatest actor that everything I don't watch the Mandalorian and I I so I've made fun of baby baby to but I saw like a gift of of baby order going after a frog and then Tom told me that he actually eats the frog in one bowl he eats it whole yeah yeah that's I think that's a Larry's yeah man all right well we got some catching up to do last week we got a few that we want to get to a Steve yearly one that saw frozen to but not not in the country obviously right now the world or the world but it is currently on the phone these though that you're the only person who has seen frozen two and good people do we really need to tell everybody but I mean it's the sequel to frozen and obviously the biggest movie in the world right now yeah I mean it's here's a question that that the sole masses does knowing why Elsa has magical powers does that make for with the frozen universe or the character or whatever any more appealing by knowing that and of course I don't think so but but people love an origin story and they love to find out what powers come from because that's so exciting but currently that's the reason that frozen two weeks that's and that in some really very nice songs actually from the original songwriters Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez who who also wrote the Oscar winning remember me from cocoa and and so like date back they have chops are given that and but back to word again and back to our troops a truly stunning animation and and strong direction from from Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee who both won Oscars for the first film of Amman the stake in and then we also wrote the screenplay for this select the links to the first film a very strong but somehow I feel like this installment comes up a little short it's been six years since the first film this is one of those sequel I think a lot of people have been asking for because we are so used to saying who asked for this a lot of people a lot of kids a lot of kids people still dress up like Elsa for Google girl filled with a break out the fur I have a friend who has a daughter who watches frozen every day yeah yeah yeah so so and you know so so the demands that was back in the also and Kristen bell is back as the voice of Anna and she's still a very loyal sister and and who is the queen of now Aaron tell their their their their nation their place and and this sort of love affair between Anna and Kristoff is there it's the is very strong now and and on the verge he's on the verge of popping the question and then of course Olaf the snowman who still sounds a lot like Josh gad he's there and and so is the silence and the reindeer but all in all these years later is Elsa is now haunted by the sort of sweet Yuri song that no one else can hear and she has to go to the sort of fog in case of loss for its where there's like a history it connects her and her family to this sort of the magical world of magical around that may have something to do with her powers and we we get to meet her parents who were voiced by Alfred Molina and Evan Rachel wood and even her grandfather whose voice by Jeremy Sisto and they have an encounter in this forest with the tribe of indigenous people told the north Almendros and who who worship the elements in an attempt to make it in the in the past to the tempted to make peace with the air Intel kingdom and something went wrong and we don't quite know why it's one of the mysteries of the film but basically the it all kind of boils down to you know like why did Dwight is alpha have these powers and it's connected to this world it's a little bit further into the little darker almost bordering on sinister a few times some of the revelations in the pastor are fairly painful to those in the present especially Elsa and I'm still not sure why any of its important and why I'm supposed to care I cared because there's some really great still like I said this really great songs in this men's health take on the phone or on on a song called into the unknown which is clearly meant to be the let it go a frozen two is very nice for this even I think a better song called show yourself that that movie even deeper and and I think also has the potential to be a really big crowd pleaser if you should brace yourself for very much our modern versions of the songs in the end credits by panic at the disco in KC Musgrave that even Weezer so you know I don't wanna say too much more about the story because a lot of it is about secrets but there's other voices by sterling K. brown and Kieran Hines and Martha Plimpton and Jason Ritter and in the multi faceted Allen to take so they all play really interesting characters and and again and I'll give it a modest recommendation I think one of the flaws the film is keeping the sisters rated for someone because I think by the end of the first from we know that they need to be together to to really let that chemistry breeze in a in an eggs rating them and I think it's very frustrating because I think the work best even in this film when they're together but in in it also kind of it making it kind of putting Elsa up in this sort of almost god like pedestal is strange because that was always kind of part of her charm with this she was this guy that with these powers who chose to live and exist among you know us mortals and and and and that almost made her more human and they've kind of again a sort of strip that away and major something like special which I don't think really fits her and then he starts over the reason that nothing to do with her powers so so I would say come for the music come for the artistry look at the beautiful film but perhaps what what's missing missing in this installment maybe won't seem is asked to you but I called a lesser work but it's still passable okay all right that's frozen to everybody been it doesn't matter what you said people don't see it that way yeah they're they're like head up and probably more than once yeah all right err tells about a beautiful day in the neighborhood okay hello this is the film people don't recognize the title of the film is all about not all about but deals with Fred Rogers known to many of us who grew up with them as Mister Rogers met the re use please esquire call or columnist who is assigned to do a profile Fred Rogers for their Sir like one hundred greatest heroes magazine that they're putting out but he is known primarily for doing more cynical pieces he the guy that actually you bring in when you want to tear someone down a lot of that has to do with him in his own past history though he has some severe family issues brought on by his father which is not in a very good relationship with in fact just before he is assigned to do this piece gets a fist fight with him at a family wedding and Neil say you're not exactly in the mood to take on a pop up four hundred word puff piece about Fred Rogers but he never lets take the assignment and goes to meet him discovering to to surprise that Fred Rogers actually requested him to be the one to take on this assignment and those that don't know who the living under a rock Fred Rogers is portrayed by Tom Hanks it goes to Pittsburgh to studios and meets with them and still spends a lot of time with him trying to sort of dig under the veneer of who Fred Rogers really is a question that actually kind of blind side Fred a bit because he pretty much is exactly who he put trains on his shell and you know trying to sort of dig under this you put potential decide that the day of the writer season him he begins to you know experience a little bit of Fred Rogers magic towards himself as well as he's sort of the the river the roles reversed that and he begins to really sort of confront his own personal issues just by the state of Fred's just sort of a moral connection with the world of kindness so that's that's where we are with beautiful day in the neighborhood okay hang on a second let's take a quick break okay Eric mmhm all right Eric Steve hang on guys movie reviews and a new start time right it'll about eleven fifteen every Sunday night into Monday morning we got more movies talk about three one two nine eight one.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"But you were handed down order a if someone and all state right now and really looked at the weather for down San Antone owner Jerry I'll get me a little I know it's winds blowing because winds blowing up here just yet I have the south a little while ago or you got you all got a good wind down there well yeah yeah I cancelled eight hour trip the but to date eight hour trip cancel the girls cancel it yesterday warning because we do is going to be bad but I'm gonna tell you there are some people here hello I have a late hour trip schedule only got one vote right now all the plane that the minute but stock obey trip in there and when I left the store last night I had thirty on the bay trip so there are some folks here it was busy I'll kind of wanted to close last Friday club because people kept coming in the door so well it it drives the girls crazy but when I got people coming in the door I don't close you know I mean for yeah that's what we're there for you know but the when I listen I'm told yes you the morning it was nasty and it was nasty almost all the way to corpus yeah but down here and it was beautiful and sunny Wendy one sunny and six forty nine people on the sunset cruise last night in about thirty minutes before we left Gladys well that's good well that's the way it goes you know sorry folks might not see the sunset tonight peek my head outside yelling just fix my head to the store I don't know if it's cloudy or not last night I could see some stars but yeah windy not with this one it had with day trips this weekend it's.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KGO 810

"We're planning to disconnect me I'm afraid that something I cannot allow to happen that there you go that's right that's the how computer that was back when it was cool that the computer could talk you know what I mean we used to think that was the coolest thing ever and then it was a real voice by the yeah well that's right that was an actor you're really upset about this that's exactly that that was really and I mean the other thing that I would say is and and wow is this is really an interesting conversation row for you in this world of you know being a narrator for audio books is there so much acting associated with that to a good to read it of the sort that I'm sure you do and because you sound like you're you're really into this profession it involves performance and you have to sustain the performance over an entire book I can't believe that you're okay with a a it we frequently play more than one character right so my spell slash wife and I we call now eight Bucks you would with all due at narration and it's not unusual in an eight hour session that may last week's doing a three hundred to five aid page novel it's not unusual to have to play upwards of thirty to thirty eight characters so you know I challenge any in order to try to do that and do it in a convincing way and keep continuity over the course of over that story I mean it's like shooting a movie frequently working out of sequence and it's not an easy thing to do you know when you read when you read an audio book you're not reading it from start to finish you actually do it out of sequence of the chapter ten and then you'll be chapter three type thing well we may actually do it instead of sequentially but sometimes we free Kalau frequently we have to go back and do pick ups in each chapter that where we felt the character wasn't consistent so we'll go back and listen to how we interpreted the character yeah the all the all that is in the business is acting choices then choose voices if you become the character then the voice comes it's not the other way around you don't go to a Mike and voice that you go up to the Mike and become the character so it's not unusual to preserve consistency after then go back to chapter thirteen and make short consisting which after thirty three and chapter one I don't see a computer doing that very effectively I really don't certainly not right now wow that's a fascinating look at that world thank you Ralph should the call so yeah so coming from that calls with rouse experience it sounds as though he would rather lose his job to human Hey I yeah well right because he cares about the whole industry here he cares about the industry of narrators and he should you know that's the problem they kick the door open with a robotic or a I treatment of a certain thing and before you know it everybody's out of the work out of the work in in that entire area entire arena yeah that's a really challenging world that audio book really is you know I've done a lot of voice over work I've done a lot of commercials have done a lot of promo movie trailers that kind of thing sure but the sustained nature of the artistic performance that's required in the audio book world it's it's exhausting yeah I get home I can figure out a lot of credit reality shows you have to replicate your tone from the day before and so you know that that is based on your emotion at any given time yeah yeah I will check Twitter at marquee law will check social media and email and all that stuff will do that next mark Thompson KGO eight to Thompson nine KGO eight ten if you own.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Have enough for cool weather sometimes we look at the moment eight hour trip well well now when we all start target what do you have the BOCES target the sword fish in the Gulf so we tried that the other Oman last sixty are we did a deep crawl and we went to the and you'll have to excuse me because I can't remember the name of this this canyon it's a long narrow canyon no it's still about that we can drift us down and and we go from like five thousand feet the nine thousand for that and they said that the way they thought they were mark in a couple of those swordfish but couldn't get a bike so I am seeing a sword fish this season we had one on the same trip back in I was March or April I guess what we had that moves in tune we had a swordfish the swordfish in it's a little easier on a private sport fishing boat because of the maneuverability in there that it is on a on a on a party boat but there there no yeah my buddy Rick used to he I used to work together at the TI eight quarters he works at forty actors now eagle a quite a few long trips with the one last year that way three hundred forty five hi yeah three hundred forty five and you know he told me I don't ever want another one of and get to know the you hear the music already yeah man time flies when you're having fun I mean okay I work down here port Aransas close Kevin Kelly EPA quarters one fifty right now the law I'm not busy and I'm here by myself and the girls are all saying is get young girls are all sick nobody else showed up anon raid live phone everywhere don't worry.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Stayte of Mind

Stayte of Mind

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Stayte of Mind

"Look guys I'm not doing I'm not gonNA do Japanese I'm sorry too complicated I got a memory I shouldn't now thank you I understand you'd like to hear something like that but fuck off give me an that's not going to do it no that's too much work man seriously I'm twenty four seven working I tell you cats man we got a new viewer you should shout out Hope James Porter says Hello Mr State my son I told me me and my wife to subscribe and watch tonight thanks for the entertainment you mean I n it's Ian White's Julia I know Julia I your your son and daughter-in-law very nice welcome to the house man who says what's his name James order James Jan Puerto Import His dad welcome back we have good timing I tell you allow fun I lose my shit sometimes but don't don't worry gosh it gets kind of hot sometimes tonight's fun Tuesday nights are really normally fun fun nights did I'm never gonNA I needed to hot damn night supervisor yes please Mega Mega Santan says will you be joining rouse Christmas album make sure you pick a song early I think of another song for you I'll think of another song for you while you do that I don't know what Ralph's Christmas album is no I'm solo artists so you know whenever GonNa get to chat I'm not GonNa get any I'm telling Ya we have to start doing like eight hour shows once a week all right let me read some firefox my man tonight at midnight PG instead of making me his stuff I got to look into on doing another favorite cats look I have shedule all right oh I want to read one thing to you because this is I hope he's watching right now don't worry I'm going to respond to you just give me a second let me and this is what bothers me so this same cat not once but twice and this cat I coached on the phone I took the time out to speak with him on the phone Life he sends me this email you have to understand it's I hit some emails during the week I have to they're they're part of the show abandon it so I run up by based on what you just stated that you probably won't even see my response I won't respond I won't address it so look stay well you need me contact me response to me did he says me another email before I even get to it this is what I get I'm non ass- God damnit man I'm really sorry for always sending you some whiny bullshit that's all no need to respond now I'm going to respond to you but I can't help you if you hot damn wishy washy I you that's what you got to solve your world right now make a statement just stick by it all right.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Tomorrow lows only dropping in the mid upper eighties each day month since our answers are possible late Saturday that storm chances find even more on Sunday I'm a busy fifteen be religious I resemble seal at five thirty three it is eighty six degrees of paradise valley no let up in the manhunt for the Arizona couple on the run after overpowering to transport guards now we're learning the murder suspects faked an emergency to escape KTAR as Jeremy foster joins us live with the latest developments that's right according to US marshal for Arizona David Gonzalez Jamie Susan Barksdale told the court she had an intestinal issue after the prison transport van left Blanding Utah Monday afternoon now the guards who were unarmed pulled over and once they did Susan and her husband Blaine over power them and apparently you shoe laces the tie them up in the back of the van along with the third inmate who was not involved in the escape now from there they drove to the town of Vernon in eastern Arizona where a friend gave them his red pickup truck hoping to give them an eight hour jump on law enforcement the guards were not heard in the Barksdale's charged with murdering a man to sign back in April remain on the loose this morning you can read more about all these new developments KTAR dot com live in the newscenter journey foster KTA our news happening now a man suspected of brutally beating a veteran who just returned from Afghanistan has been caught and is due in court this hour window police say Ricky so he faces aggravated assault and disorderly conduct charges after he and Adam a core got into a fight at a restaurant near ninety ninth Avenue in camelback a clear remains hospitalized with life threatening injuries for Arizona man busted for child sex crimes the men are accused of soliciting sex from undercover agents posing as minors on social media they were arrested as part of a multi agency investigation known as operation summer shield the group includes Luke ought to have custody and for Gilbert public schools and Andrew Harrington who works as a janitor at a residential home for kids Ryan Killian Alex Waldron are also charged in the case Bob Maclay KTA Arden Arizona boats Valley businessman Daniel McCarthy will challenge senator Martha make Sally in the Republican primary next year Emily Ryan a political analyst for copper stay consulting says right now McCarthy is democratic hopeful for more Kelly's best friend if by some chance he beats are in the primary I think absolutely loses to mark Kelly I think the Republicans best hope to beat mark Kelly is Martha make Sally she has a chance McCarthy could do some damage to make Sally which could make her vulnerable in a race with mark Kelly the league's voters gave the green light to light rail expansion so what's next for the downtown the light rail will go south and north to metro center with a hub in our downtown and we're going to have that downtown hub done in time for Superbowl twenty twenty three K. go also says crews are already adding turn lanes on Central Avenue and fixing water and sewer systems toward south Phoenix where residents say construction will kill businesses we'll look at what type of access they need when do the trucks deliver how big are they making sure their customers know they're open and strong they're gonna go promises access for public safety along the future light rail route Peter say more KTA artists J. D. A. our eyes on the economy looking for something to do for Labor Day well into battle is Joe Gonzalez suggest you pencil in some shopping you could clean up on this deal the stand out was actually dishwashers and so if you are in the market for a new dishwasher that's where you'll see the best deals don't need a dishwasher appliances in general tend to have really good deals around Labor Day weekend free Janice washers and dryers even things like microwaves stores are trying to clear out the older models to bring in the new ones as we head toward the holiday shopping season Dario opener ABC news KTAR news time by.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We have about an eight hour lead before we were aware of it the US marshal for Arizona giving us new information this morning about the manhunt for two escaped murder suspects but first we got ourselves a monsoon storm last night bringing rain lots of lighting and may also be making your commute a little challenging this morning here's Jenny west it's about time right welcome to the party monsoon K. T. A. R. as in cross is live with more last night's storm you cut some of that crazy lighting on video to yeah you see that Jamie KTAR dot com and wall to wall lighting two and a half months after the monsoon began on the calendar and finally began last nine inch of rain a few areas Phoenix fire captain Danny guile holders on this morning news it was the lightning that kept firefighters scrambling last night across the valley at one point we had over two dozen fire calls that were going on simultaneously in about six or seven of those were classified as house fires due to lightning strikes heating whether maintaining power poles hitting homes fortunately none actually brought up being structural fires and there are no water rescues there were twenty eight hundred lightning flashes of the valley last night ninety seven thousand less than twenty four hours statewide there'd only been a hundred twenty thousand in the past two and a half months why the new center jump across KTA our news here's the tour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center keep an eye on your right in this morning which by the way was not that terribly affected by last night's storm no and you know I was really concerned to if we're going to have a morning of a lot of run off maybe washes but you know I guess it just didn't add up to as much rain as we kind of thought it might be it did come hard and strong for you but just for a short period of time the the bottom line is though there are some trees down there are some limbs on the roadway.

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"eight hour" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Members quite frankly I can't remember the other two presently and okay so yeah you see but these two were given a lot of attention now because Netanyahu said yeah you know what come to think of what I was gonna let you in but after trump tweeted today Nash and I'm laughing but that's exactly how it went down they were scheduled to go to Israel for some sort of reason I have no idea what it is but then the president puts out this tweet in the morning quote this is from Donald Trump it would show great weakness in Israel allow representative Omar and representative to leave to visit they hate Israel and all Jewish people and nothing that can be said or done to change their minds Minnesota and Michigan will have a hard time putting them back in office they are a disgrace dot was president trump to tweet this morning and after seeing that the fine folks at Israel all baby in the gang said you know what we don't want to take off the old man we got a good relationship here why don't we tell half the squad to kick rocks is funny because there's a congressional tripped Israel couple weeks ago they decided not to go this is all about getting attention they love this and it you know Israel bay and that was the reason why they banned them from it it didn't ring Israel's because of their support for BDS boycott divestment sanctions movement which is basically the the economic warfare really designed to weaken and isolate whatever country BDS a you could but you can make a BDS movement for anything which is funny because I don't see anybody push BDS on Egypt or Saudi Arabia where there's real human rights violations they're pushing BDS on Israel because they don't like Israel nothing to do with it they don't you know that you agree with Iran Israel doesn't have a right to exist and up until last month a year even Netanyahu was like look even these poor BDS religion the country because your your lawmakers add that change today well Omar and to leave they're now saying that Israel is now part of a Muslim band and that's what this is about there's tons of Muslims in Israel so that's the power of Twitter you know we laugh and social media and we say Twitter is a real life and that's absolutely true we stand by that but when the president of the United States puts out a pretty strong stance in regards to an ally well that just goes to show that some things can be accomplished via social media president trump making this happen earlier today now big knowledge yesterday while we were on the air this is kind of toward the end of our show we started getting reports out of Philadelphia about the shootings that were taking place we didn't know the severity we didn't know what was going on but we heard that there were some officers that may have been hit with gunfire well it turned out to be this long just amazing the dramatic scene in Philadelphia where six police officers were shot now luckily and thank god they're all okay they were not life threatening injuries I believe they're all out of the hospital now I'm back with their families this was a I believe eight hour police standoff with this scumbag maniac who is locked up the police were trying to serve a drug war to him for his arrest and next thing you know everybody starts shooting at each other this is the nine one one call that came into dispatchers from one of the officers on the scene what I what is that long gone eight I got a radio all right scary scary scene there were two police officers trapped inside the building with the shooter for hours and while all that was going down the mayor of Philadelphia decided to go in front of any camera he could find and make it about gun control Los.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back radio finally the weather is warm and hopefully spring allergies are a thing of the past now it's finally time to start planning those Memorial Day end of the school year and summer trips if you're like me you can't get to the beach fast enough right now I grew up at the beach so it's been a part of me since I can remember and for some reason it seems like everyone heads to the beach or maybe the lake for the Memorial Day festivities I'm more of a beach girl looks kind of scare me I like moving bodies of water so I'll be heading to the beach there's just something about the sound of the ocean and the salty breeze that calms me and makes me so happy if you're thinking about planning a last minute trip to the beach or maybe the lake or another body of water to celebrate Memorial Day or just for summer get away you might want to bring your furry family members along now if you decide to don't stress out bringing your dogs on a trip sounds hectic but it really doesn't have to be you know it's all about planning ahead and making sure you do your research so you can avoid surprises along the way plus this way you don't have to worry about dog sitters and you can probably save a little bit of money so if you've decided on a beach or lake trip and you're ready to get down to business and plan the details of your trip this is the episode for yeah the first thing you need to think about is how far you're traveling and what your preferred mode of transportation is personally I have a rule that if it's more than an eight hour drive I would prefer to fly well that's not that easy to do with dogs so I try and drive when I can if I want to bring them along but that's pretty much my limit for drive time in one day and that's kind of the role I created for myself now that doesn't count for actual planned road trips in order to see things along the way that's a little bit different obviously when you drive far distance as you're able to see and experience things that you wouldn't be able to if you were flying now if you're lucky enough to live just a few hours away from a vacation destination with a nice body of water to offer thinking see yourself very lucky and you better start playing that trip ASAP so let's talk about driving since it's most likely the most preferred method of traveling short distances with your dogs if you've ever taking your dog in the car you already know how they do with being in the car for an extended period of time for my dogs I can't even say that word if I say Kerr the race to the door and they wait and they don't forget about it if I don't take them with me they're still waiting they want to run outside and jump in the cars fast as possible so then I started spelling out C. A. R. that didn't work because they learn how to spell I can't even say the word go anymore without them thinking that they're going somewhere it's the craziest thing now sometimes I know absolutely hate going in the car they get sick and they just don't do well in the car at all and I I'm really thankful that my dogs love the car now it could be for a variety of reasons that they don't like it you know maybe they associate a car ride with the dreaded vet you maybe they've learned that word maybe you trick them by saying they're going to the park and then you end up at the back I've actually done that one before or maybe they do get sick every time they go for a car ride now this is definitely something to consider when making your travel plans I would suggest doing some test rides ahead of time you know if you're unsure about how your dog might act small short trips are probably the best thing to do okay so before you do your test rides make sure you have the proper equipment ready out depending on your dog size there are several options out there for making sure that your dog stay safe in the car their seat belts there's carriers that are designed for smaller dogs of course there's the standard crate if you have a larger dog I would recommend a seat belt or maybe putting them in a crate and my advice is to go by what your dog is used to doing at home okay if your dog is used to being in a crate them bring his or her crate in the car it here she is used to roaming free well then might need to get them used to being restrained for safety so make sure you test it out maybe bring it into the house if it's a car Kerrier bring it to the house Lum sniff it may be that some treats inside of it what then check it out get used to it so it's not so alarming the best way to do this is to make sure you choose restraint that is appropriate for their size and weight if you have a larger dog seatbelt harness it's probably best just make sure you're putting him or her in the backseat as buckling dogs in the front seat could be dangerous if you get into an accident and the airbag deploys that's kind of scary to think about this is a good time to mention that allowing your dog to roam free is a really bad idea so if your head now for a long road trip just make sure that they're secured your all probably guilty of it at some point it's really not safe for anyone including you as the driver and small dogs they can fit anywhere in the car which is really scary because they could slip down by the pedals which is so dangerous and just the distraction and itself is not good we all love our dogs we want them to be in our laps but it's just not safe so just make sure that they are secured and if they have a tendency to get motion sickness make sure you're contacting your vet before you leave ask them for suggestions Hey there could be something that they they want you to try out but there's also medication it's also a good idea not to feed them right before you get into the car Hey you don't want them to have a full tummy because I could really lead to some sickness even if you know they don't have a tendency to get sick in the car now in order to keep your pups entertained in the car you'll need to be ready with their favorite toys and treats they may end up sleeping the whole time but you just never know so it's a good idea to be prepared and I'll share some easy ideas for treats in the car later on okay so now that we're good with the car right part of the trip let's talk about the accommodations once you arrive at your destination this is the part you really have to plan for in doing research ahead of time really comes into play right now I know I've mentioned it before but the website bring fido dot com is an excellent resource I use it all the time for planning trips even if it's just an outing for the afternoon it's a really great idea to plan ahead to see where the dog friendly attractions hotels restaurants you can search by city and it's really a great website it's laid out very nicely and easy to navigate and it's a must if you're planning to take your dog anywhere especially long distances and the last thing you want to do is be stuck somewhere that isn't dog friendly and let's be honest if they don't allow dogs I mean who wants to go there anyway right so whether you're staying with a family or booking a hotel all you have to plan ahead when bring your dog there are so many things to consider when you add the dog component to traveling just be sure you call ahead and verify that the police you're staying allows docks and if they do just be sure to ask if they require a pet deposit just to you know how to time and you know how much the budget for also they may have a size or breed policy so keep that in mind and make sure that you ask a lot of questions if you're staying with family members or friends be sure to prepare them for your furry gassed you're bringing along you don't want to just show up with their dog or dogs be sure to know what pets they have at home as well you know if they have dogs or cats themselves were any other animals who knows what kind of pets people have you know a good one is our birds you need to know that ahead of time and if your dog doesn't get along with these animals make sure you are prepared for that situation as well you know it's always a good idea to bring a crate or some type of enclosure for your dog when you're traveling and there are some really neat things out there like pop up tents like soft sided tents that will collapse really good for traveling that we don't have to worry about your dog not having their own space when you're away from home you know they might want to just kind of take a break from all the excitement and retreat to their little tent and again just like with the car carrier it's a really good idea to get them used to that at home because they're already going to be nervous being away from home you want to make sure everything is familiar as possible so bring those things and I had a time if you go out to the store and buy one or you order one online make sure you do it ahead of time so they know what that thing is they don't want to be surprised and that would probably cause a little bit of anxiety on top of you know being nervous about traveling so just get them used to it ahead of time all right so you've arrived at your destination in one piece hopefully that's the goal what are some ways to make sure everything goes smoothly we'll be prepared with everything you might possibly need while you're away from home your your dog's food is probably the most important one.

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"eight hour" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Master window switch stopped working all the rest on along with that signers I replaced the one of the few lawn in the front with place value place all of them but not these workers are not what okay Gabriel listen on this one here you know I have not personally ran into this problem before but what I did was I started looking at technical service bulletins now when you have interior controls you know like I mean everything from the radio to the windows to they use these control area networks and what it is they'll have like one module on they'll have like a whole bunch of different things running off of it now I got to look in in a technical service bulletins and they have these the these technical service bulletins that are pertaining to controlled area networks on this car for shorted wiring harnesses now I got to look in and it got kind of crazy they're saying in the there needs to be an inspection and the eight hour actually but where behind one of the panels in the trunk under the driver's seat and this thing just kept go on and go on and go on and I'm sitting here going they have that many areas that they're they've ran across that there's been shorted wiring I said that is insane usually it's one area it's it's one one part of the car you know but in this particular case it's a wild goose chase because they've got like five or six different locations where the controlled area network wiring can be shorted out now if you had a fuse blown of course that that's tell us that there is a short in that area in that controlled area network and like I said it being a two thousand sixteen I really don't think that they could charge you for this repair yeah I what I would do is I would definitely you know let BMW know what you're dealing with and just tell them that there is okay can K. as in the letter K. C. A. N. which is controlled area network wiring issues and that's what our technical service bulletin is actually referring to and like I said they're they're they're giving you the locations of all the possible shorted wires and it's all over the car and I would like it which is really unusual for BMW you know some manufacturers I would expect something like that but not BMW but in this particular case that's most likely what you've got going on and if the you know if you've got a shorter wire in that system then of course that's why your windows switching work in your side mirrors art work and everything else but take it back to the dealer and and explain what you've heard from me and the that should be enough to get him started let's roll right along here to Cameron and calling and my friend relato Cameron calling in what may I have some open lines bother actually yeah you know we got open lines here two eight four four two two zero zero nine six five we actually got a few open lines of your call and now there's a good chance we'll get to you very quickly eight four four two two zero zero nine six five care will come out of the show what's your question for.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of twenty pounds. And if you didn't get four feet on your roof, you've probably just fine. Melt off today should be in good shape. You make sure make sure you see water running out of your scuppers that was another lesson. Yes. With with this kind of a forty eight hour rain system, it it doesn't wash the roof, the flat roofs completely clean it. Just kind of slowly takes all the leaf litter and moves it slowly towards the scuppers creating a dam, and we actually visited a couple of our clients. Whose homes we take care of and discovered that this particular storm with the particular landscaping that they had and the leaf litter that accumulated on roof. There were hundreds of gallons of water we had to clear out the scuppers, and boy, let run man, and you had you had cleaned those scuppers not even six months ago. Yeah. Don't assume that just because you did it once this year, you taking care of take a look that had come down because a lot of damage. Oh, ugly. So you're flat roofs below the Rammer. Probably okay. We designed for a little bit heavier load north of the rim. But even there like eight nine years ago we had two hundred roof collapsed in twenty sixteen. We had a snowstorm that hit months park and created a whole bunch of roof collapses just a couple of years ago. How pine Arizona got like five feet of snow in one storm about six years ago? So it's not that unusual. But it sure is fun when it happens if you're not underneath the roof to collapse. This is turn. So. Those are couple of tips on snow loads. We're gonna talk in the next segment we got a lot of questions on snow loads. And we've got a lot of questions on fireplaces. And so we're gonna. Take you all through and navigate you to the do's and don'ts wood-burning for her places gas logs and then the fake log scenario fireplaces in the next segment..

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"eight hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And about a forty eight hour window of light snow possible starting around sunset tonight. We're going to see accumulations anywhere from two to four inches in the city possibly up to eight in the foothills CBS four meteorologist Chris speier says metro area highs will be in the single digits overnight and just the teens tomorrow Denver police investigating after a single car crash involving former Bronco Maria's Thomas police spokesman j Casillas says it happened early yesterday morning honoraria Parkway luminary information indicates that the vehicle was travelling inbound honoraria Parkway near twelve th street when the driver lost control the vehicle causing your quarter and come to a stop in the grassy median boulevard Casillas. Says Thomas another man and a woman were found inside the car. He says all three were taken to the hospital. The woman reported to have possible serious injuries. Although non-life-threatening Thomas in the other men were reported to have minor injuries and police continue to investigate the Rockies AA affiliate in Connecticut is shelling out a new rule at its concession stands. Peanuts or crackerjack the old ballpark in Hartford. Connecticut where the minor league baseball team. The Hartford yard goats announced this month. It is going completely peanut free. The organization food allergy research and education says one in every ten adults and one in every thirteen children has some sort of food allergy up to two percent of children are allergic to peanuts. Dave Schreiber, ABC news and college basketball buffs in Arizona in boulder. Our coverage at five thirty this afternoon next update at nine thirty David Kay, okay away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Little bit cold but a beautiful day. And the drives.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"So now, I've not to do the eight-hour again, if I get the bought, then I'm sure we can do the eights again on the suit side, not to show and what we're gonna do. Yeah. Depends on on whether around four into into the British ship. And would you say say along the way, we can we can do you all cuts yelp c MO might focus. This year is is gonna be to to do my best in brick. I'm show. I mean, we we was good boss. Jia inconsistent. We show good. Good results. So this you got crack crack on down and and get the best results you can concentrate on. From the best billion and did the best job kind of thing and talking you bit more about that consistency suppose of obviously, it's always difficult to to get consistency of you got a special method. Now, do you think ALROSA approach that you found that you'd think will keep you consistent in the title on this year? I think what we lost year. I think we can go into this year positive and move what we learned. I think we can we can attack the championship in a different way. I learnt myself last year. And the team run a lot by the by and an all about working with the team together Naylor about me. Twenty. I team was a massive must have experienced. Yeah. I must be for me. I'd also the team on a theme. We've what we what we let last year. We can we can improve this year and be built more consistent. And yet just just with what we learned think we can stop moving forward. And and yeah might jump ship over a lot of people already with with some of the front running names from last year into eighteen having left ESP now gone on to do the things like Jake Dickson house limits. Well, a lot of people looking to you especially broad now to step up and be one of the if not the title contender. It's funny because obviously Jenkin Leon we wanted to to stand from last year and and wanted to strongest, but it's going to be exactly signed this show mean basically doesn't get it as two people left, but it's going to be two people to come in and and going to be fine the front, so that's that's the good thing about ESPN. It's never it's never going to be a jumped shit worse. They'll never going to be easy. There's always gonna be people out as we're to be a thought for for the win. And we're going to be six right people victory side. There's a few people have to going to be very very strongly Schiff route. Yeah. But yeah, we just go and door on jopin and concentrate on our self and and walk walk out what we're gonna do next year to make you make it that year of c we managed to secure show down this year. But once in showdown wasn't was strong enough wasn't consistent about side. There's a lot we got work on for fiduciary year. And I think we've not nauseates her to move forward. Yeah. Certainly if this twenty nineteen seasons anything like last year, it will be. Suddenly sensational anyway..

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"eight hour" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do they do? Actually, they seek the care of a circle. Goal right to their primary. Normally what people end up doing as I say up visiting the emergency room and the emergency room usually shunned some my way, and I'll see them twenty four to forty eight hour period of time during that period of time. They can see variety of changes in their skin. The worst of the changes would be blistering hemorrahagic blistering were they bleed into the blister itself, and then the skin becomes black. And if it if it remains to official where okay skin will regret, the problem is with the process going deeper into the other tissues such as muscle, the nerve and. And the bone those once. What's having turned black or become gangrenous? There's no way to bring those stations back and you're looking at an amputation. But for most people, they probably wait too long before they come and see you at the. So you've just described the stages of what happens the other problem that many have is we wait way too long for every single thing. What's the point where we need to come in? And see you when you have in your fingers mean, there's got to be a point where you go inside you warm up, and you say, okay, maybe I wasn't the smartest guy in the world. I'm okay here. What what's the common sense approach when do they really.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Rocket

"With the recent fox t._v. show twelve the passage which is an adaptation of a trilogy of vampire novels that came out and she doesn't tender so and a lot of people complain they said oh this should be a limited series on h._b._o. and when i do the streaming things where you don't have network standards of practices and it has mark mark paul oslo as the lead but i don't know it's sort of sucked me in that oh i did not you got some all right for you what about you what are you up to we are call time at fundraising costo it's fun i love running for congress people out there when you get a call from somebody who's doing political fundraising please understand they're saying an office with very little sleep and they're just trying to get their team paid and they're doing this because i love this country say just nice to them like it's a it's kind of the worst part of the job so that sucks keep it up bree i will i will american hero doing i have i'm going to see an eight hour live reading of the great gatsby this this weekend and i was so excited y'all have you ever heard of anything so my brand is yes press on your eat appropriate like one thousand nine hundred twenty s i wish hood my god i'm so excited they're here mike hurley beard and bring a monocle just keep it classy that's actually a really good idea and then if i fall asleep i'll just hide behind the beard i wanna fall asleep i love the great gatsby more than anything really yeah i think it's great i think it's longest book i think there's a strong argument for that i've been trying to figure out why people love tender is the night so much i've been reading reviews of it and i just can't i can't relate you know how sometimes you see a mimi and you're like oh i can relate tender is the night is the reverse of that feeling for me you should do is she says start like there there's like somebody you to pursue out there that just make a career out tearing things down you should like become an angry book youtube per like book as leave it you know what could be livestream of you reading tender is the night i be so horrible i bet you could make it entertaining though oh god it would take weeks it took me literally like literally half a year to read that book because i hated it so much oh gosh so that's what i'm doing jeff where can we find you online you can find me at twitter at jeff juan j. f. f. h. w. a. n. g. and breathe what about you you can find me on twitter at brianna wu you can find me on facebook at developer brianna wu and you can please support me a my run for congress by going to support brianna dot com all right and you can find me on twitter at dum quasar and also at youtube dot com slash polygon we're i'll have some interesting videos about history coming out soon the not the nineteen twenty s but video game history very exciting by the way jeff thank you very much for your donation this week oh we think we haven't ended assured it yet right now we haven't cut that out we can but sean i think you if you like this show please do consider leaving a review on apple podcasts we super appreciate that helps people find it and it's wonderful until your friends about it get them get them up to date on all the goings on of the tech world thank you so much for listening this episode of rocket is terminated terminated terminated

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"eight hour" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Sidenote

"Then eat with an eight hour window most people would do this for weight loss. But there is some evidence that it could help you live longer. So how does this work the sixteen eight diet focus on time restriction rather than calorie restriction? So you literally eat the same amount of food but over a shorter period of time during the sixteen hour fast, your gut releases the hormone gremlin, which is known as the hunger hormone when Gretl in is released. It signals the breakdown of fat as an energy source fats are broken down into Kitone bodies, which provide more energy than glucose, this has been tested on mice. And they found that. Yeah. Can reduce inflammation, reduce tumor growth helped the mice live longer. And lose weight. But the studies on people are more limited and have not been able to consistently show that patients lose weight on this diet lake so many things if you're considering intermittent fasting. It should be done under the supervision of a registered dietitian and experts say that any diet that encourages restrictive eating schedule really should be approached with caution. So interesting point, I find intermittent fasting fasting fascinating been reading a lot about it recently. And you're right. It does work. But it takes the way the inter minute fast is quite an intense process. It really I'm I do think that it's important to know that a lot of the things that we're talking about are not people who are deciding to commit intermittent fasting. We're talking about people who may be on the on the go life or like, you said they're nauseous in the morning, they're skipping breakfast. But they're still going to continue to eat the rest of the day that if you can find it within yourself to eat a balanced. Fast than I really do think it is the healthiest option and Brecqhou wise important because of the reason that I said because of that so what I want to read touch on is this idea of correlation because they found that people who end up being healthier, and generally feeling better are also people that tend to smoke less that tend to be more organized people who tend to eat breakfast every morning are just generally not better people. But they're just better at those. Maybe you're right. We we can say the correlation causation thing all day. And in fact, that's pretty much all his pockets. Really? Because when you're making a debate science, we're going to be pulling from studies that are always going to be trying to make a causation that maybe is not necessarily one hundred percent true. Like when we talk about those five thousand students, and the facts that the the fact that the ones who ate breakfast had better grades. You're right. There's so many other things their parents who make their kids he'd have to healthy breakfasts. Maybe are all the ones who are. Yeah. Exactly. So there I I'm agreeing with you on that. But. But the point is in what I'm trying to say is that eating a healthy breakfast is good for your body. You can't say that. It's not. And I think one thing that we can agree on is not saying it's the most important meal of the day. But unanimously and all the studies that I read they are saying, it is important is good for you. It's good for a balanced diet. It's good for your brain. It's good for nutrition. But the I'm not saying, it's not good. There's a difference between saying it's good for you. And it's important for you. Those are two different things. Like, my argument, isn't that having breakfast is actually bad for you. It's just that. Hey, we all have different bodies. We all have different requirements. We all have different cravings. Why we telling people who just actually don't desire cheap breakfasts in the morning that they're being less healthy. And then encouraging those people to make sure that they're continuing to be healthy throughout the rest of the day. But having breakfast isn't just about being healthy. Lots people don't eat healthy breakfast says British children under ten years of age are currently consuming more than fifty percent of their recommended daily allowance of sugar at breakfast..

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