35 Burst results for "Eight Hour"
Raskin 'very curious' about reported gap in Trump phone records on Jan. 6
"There is a big gap in the official logs of then president Donald trump's phone calls as the capital riot reached it's long been known trump was talking with multiple Republicans as the violence unfolded the house panel investigating the insurrection has now identified a roughly eight hour gap in official records of those calls according to a person familiar with the probe investigators are looking at whether trump used personal cell phones burner phones or phones handed to him by aids raising questions about whether he purposefully went around official channels to avoid record keeping the committee's already interviewed hundreds of witnesses who might be able to fill in the gaps but many have refused to answer some questions after trump claimed executive privilege over his personal conversations Sager
Biden finds no respite at home after returning from Europe
"The White House has been in damage control mode both during and after president Biden's trip to Europe over forty eight hours aides had to clean up the president's remarks three times starting Thursday what would happen if Russia used chemical weapons in Ukraine it would trigger a response in kind the next day national security advisor Jake Sullivan the United States has no intention of using chemical weapons period under any circumstances a few hours later Friday in a meeting with U. S. troops in Poland to the president lauded Ukrainian bravery and you're gonna see when you're there seemingly suggesting they'd go to Ukraine the White House later reiterated what the president's long said he has no intention of sending troops there then came Saturday for god's sake this man cannot remain in power the next day secretary of state Antony Blinken we do not have a strategy of regime change last night the president himself tried to clarify outside church Sager made Ghani Washington
Ukrainians flee some besieged cities as conditions worsen
"Adding to the documentarian conditions Ukrainian space concerns about the safety of the Chernobyl plant in Ukraine which Russian forces seized last week Chernobyl's the side of the world's worst nuclear accident in nineteen eighty six Chernobyl's cranium grid operator citing the national nuclear regulator Sisko's images are without power I think the diesel generators have fuel just for forty eight hours without power a spokesperson says the parameters of nuclear and radiation safety cannot be controlled however the Vienna based international atomic energy agency says that while the development violates a key safety pin up on insuring uninterrupted power supply it sees no critical impact on safety I'm Charles the last month
NATO: Russia misleads world on troop movements near Ukraine
"NATO allies have accused Russia of misleading the world by saying it was removing troops from the Russian border with Ukraine when in fact reports say it has added another seven thousand forces to the area Britain's defense secretary Ben Wallace has said Russia statements done tied up seeing the increase of trips in the last forty eight hours up to seven thousand we've seen a bridge constructed from Belarus into Ukraine Old Navy you crave and I think that we should as I said we'll take them at their word but we're gonna judge Russia by their actions and at the moment the trick build up continue Russia's decision not to act on its what's the strength and the resolve of NATO and its allies to remain United as E. U. commission chief it was set up on the lan warned Russia against an invasion of Ukraine we hope for the best but we are prepared for the worst Russia has amassed an estimated a hundred and fifty thousand plus troops near its ex Soviet neighbour sparking concerns that an attack is imminent I'm Karen Thomas
US ramps up Ukraine warning, says Russia may invade in days
"The White House is ramping up warnings of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine saying it could take place within days I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Russia could choose in very short order to commence a major military action against Ukraine national security adviser Jake Solomon says the United States doesn't know if Russian president Vladimir Putin has made a decision to invade but if you look at the disposition of forces in both Belarus and in Russia on the other side of the Ukrainian border from the north from the east the Russians are in a position to be able to mount a major military action in Ukraine any day now and he says Americans in Ukraine should get out within the next forty eight hours meanwhile a senior defense official says another three thousand U. S. combat troops are being sent to Poland they'll join seventeen hundred already assembling their Ben Thomas Washington
Dear Father, Dear Son: Two Lives... Eight Hours
"And in any case, my dad and I finally had a long discussion when I was 25 years old after not talking to him for almost ten years. A discussion that I assume would last maybe ten minutes. It ended up lasting 8 hours, thus the subtitle of the book, dear father, dear son, two lives, 8 hours. So after we got out of the way all the antagonism I had towards my dad and every plane his life is very difficult life to me. We didn't start talking about our lives. And one of the things he asked me or told me was that I was not a troublemaker, the way my younger brother was. And since my dad and I were so candid during this very long conversation, I told him, no, I actually I was quite a troublemaker. Unlike my little brother, I was just more clever at not getting caught. And he didn't believe me. So I told him some of the things that I had pulled off, and the last stunt I told him was a time. My friend and I threw a brick through the window of some kid in the neighborhood because the kid in the neighborhood had offended. I turned out it was a white kid in the neighborhood. Now the neighborhood where I lived in
France races to identify suspect in Saudi journalist's death
"French French authorities authorities are are racing racing to to verify verify the the identity identity of of a a suspect suspect in in the the twenty twenty eighteen eighteen killing killing of of sounded sounded young young this this Jamal Jamal Khashoggi Khashoggi who's who's been been arrested arrested that's that's an an apple apple near near Paris Paris a a judicial judicial official official has has told told the the AP AP that that the the suspect suspect can can be be held held until until Thursday Thursday morning morning forty forty eight eight hours hours after after he he was was detained detained on on a a twenty twenty nineteen nineteen Turkish Turkish arrest arrest warrant warrant French French radio radio network network RTL RTL says says a a Saudi Saudi national national name name how how do do I I need need to to tie tie UP UP was was arrested arrested Tuesday Tuesday as as he he was was trying trying to to board board a a flight flight from from Paris Paris to to Riyadh Riyadh however however the the Saudi Saudi embassy embassy in in Paris Paris says says the the arrested arrested man man has has nothing nothing to to do do with with the the case case in in question question on on the the specs specs his his immediate immediate release release I'll I'll tell tell you you B. B. was was one one of of over over a a dozen dozen Saudi Saudi officials officials sanctioned sanctioned by by the the US US treasury treasury in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen over over the the because because sure sure she's she's slaying slaying I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
"eight hour" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"You and inside. The beltway, I am so proud of Kevin McCarthy. Now the GOP leader set a record last night. At 8 34, he took to the floor of the house and he gave it up moments ago as dawn approached the capitol and after stenny horiz Hoyer, the number two Democrat under Nancy Pelosi probably Pelosi and Hoyer hate each other. It's really terrific. They wanted to spend the inflation train. They wanted the inflation train to leave the station last night in the dark of night. They had all the votes lined up to spend or to pass a House bill that spends 2 trillion. That will never get out of the Senate. They'll change it. If anything gets out, they'll be completely different. But Nancy Pelosi wanted to spend Thanksgiving bragging. And she will, she'll eventually get to spend Thanksgiving bragging about destroying the lives of average Americans with inflationary pressures off of the chart. But without warning, Kevin McCarthy took to the floor at 8 35 or something last night and he only gave it up moments ago, setting a all time record. Because the leader of both parties can talk as long as they want. And so he wanted to make sure they passed it in the daytime. Not at night. And so now they're going to spend this 2 trillion it's actually more like 4 trillion of the House bill gets through. And he began last night this way. Mister speaker, we are minutes away from voting on a $5 trillion 2000 little did they know that minutes away was hours away. McCarthy said an all time record for a house floor speech started over cut number 23. Mister speaker, we are minutes away from voting on a $5 trillion 2000 more than 2000 page Bill. The house is not an order, mister speaker. It's been. A long time. Gentlemen's recognize. A bill that The White House chief of staff recently bragged is twice as big and real dollars as the new deal was. Mister guy just listened to congressman Neil to build up the institutions. I've heard that in a lot of different countries. Countries that are different philosophy than America. Let that sink in for one minute. The Speaker of the House is not in order. Suspend. Gentlemen's recognized. Let that sink in. More than 2000 pages, $5 trillion, twice as big and real dollars as the new deal was. Let me be clear. Never in American history has so much been spent at one time. At one time, never an American history will so many taxes be raised and so much borrowing to be needed to pay for all this reckless spending. I listen to my Friends, Denny Hoyer earlier. He started his speech by saving this date because this is a day he's going to tell his children's children where he spent all that money. Every page of all this new Washington spending will be paid for are borrowed from you. The American hardworking taxpayer. Every page of this new Washington spending supports more waste, more fraud, more abuse and more corruption. And every page of this new Washington spendings shows just how irresponsible and out of touch, the Democrats are to the challenges that America faces today. Nowhere in 2000 pages and $5 trillion in spending, our measures for more efficiency, better results are just genuine accountability. This is the single most reckless and irresponsible spending bill in our nation's history. He is just getting warmed up Friends. Let's go to cut number 24. One party rule for one year. Has brought his inflation. We haven't seen in 31 years. Gas price is the highest it's been since the last time President Biden was down at The White House. A Thanksgiving that's going to cost you more at any time in your life. A border or 1.7 million encounters. A border between February and October. That more people have crossed than 2018, 2019 and 2020 combined. And mister speaker, the closest the president has ever been to the border in 42 years is to drive through El Paso. Cut number 25. Kevin McCarthy. I want to apologize to the staff. You do a great job. I owe you another dinner. So we might make her pay if I win the bet. We'll be all right. We can go in and we go any other time. You're working late. You didn't count on this. Person, I didn't think I can go this long..
Four space station astronauts wrap up 199-day mission
"A SpaceX capsule safely delivered for astronauts back to earth late Monday ending a two hundred day mission at the international space station mission control greeted the astronauts back to planet earth welcome aboard the recovery vessel as recovery boats moved in with spotlights to secure the capsule that splash down into the waters off the coast of Pensacola Florida the homecoming came just eight hours after they left the international space station paving the way for SpaceX to launch for replacements this week the two American Japanese and French astronauts were delayed because of high winds it was not the most comfortable ride back the toilet in their capsule was broken but the astronaut shrugged that off is just one more challenge in their mission hi Jackie
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.
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.
"eight hour" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Eight hours a day you get to deprogram your kid before your kid has to go off to softball practice baseball practice cheerleading practice Or wants to sit in front of a blue screen and play games all night or chat with friends you've got What do you think? 45 minutes at dinner? Any. I mean, you think the churches are doing anything to deprogram these kids that assumes that anybody takes their kids to church any longer. So what do you do? You find a way to find the resources for your kids. You you run a program called Freedom Project Academy. It is a It is a classically minded, classically based Christian based education system. That anybody in Wisconsin can sign up for as as a virtual program. Um, you know, it's not that expensive their of their their ways to do this, and I guess I'm kind of surprised. That people think that you know, you know, Showing up at one or two school board meeting is going to be what it what it takes to get it done. I think the Legislature actually has two. Um and this is going to require a campaign a lot trillions of dollars over the course of the last 40 years have been spent on education so that kids can hate America. Is to allow parents to have 100% control of the education dollars that are assigned to their kid. So it's $13,500 in the Madison School district. $13,500 is what that parent has to try to find a reasonable education for his or her kid. That's that is the only thing I can think of that might force public education to start paying attention. And I think that will be met with the The only thing that would bother the left More is abortion. That's the only thing that bothers them left that that your tax dollars going not guaranteed going to the teachers union so there would be a huge struggle. But I think you're exactly right. I asked Broader metaphysical question. On the left were breeding thousands of hundreds of thousands of young people who cannot think critically, but who are willing to engage violence to push a progressive agenda. That's what the left is turning out hundreds and hundreds of thousands of kids with no education to speak of who are willing to fight and kill even for their progressive world view. On the other hand, conservatives Are sending their conservative kids to those schools that turned them into those kind of kids and the conservatives are too busy asking themselves. Can I really afford the wife to give up her? Her 20 hour a day job to stay home at home school? The kids can we afford the the second car? And instead of going to sending our kids to private school, these are the stupid questions. The right is asking themselves, right? Can we win this battle simply by screaming at school boards. That's where the right is right. Meanwhile, the whole time Every time they're discussing this all these debates, their kids are sitting in those rocks schools every day just to go back to what I said. Every year, the left graduates hundreds of thousands of young public school kids who are incapable of critical thinking who hate this country and who are willing to fight and in some instances, not willing to die for the cause, but they're sure willing to kill for it. How do you How do you square that circle? If you're a conservative and leave your kids in the public school, I asked that question as well. I think we leave that question unanswered. I don't know the answer. I mean, you shouldn't Squaring it at all. By the way, I just saw Rasmussen poll that had 62% of graduates from from a college said that they're comfortable with the idea of the government rationing electricity to save the planet 62%. So they're okay with the federal government. The same government that brought you You know the fact Klis response to Covid in the same government that brought you the disaster in Afghanistan. They think that the government's better qualified to decide how to save the planet 62% of them, Duke. Well, that's what you're that's what you're basically 62% of the kids by the time they get out of college think like that. Well, by the time they graduate college, 74% of them say they for certain pervert prefer.
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
"eight hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Genius. Unrealistic. This is the Pony Express. Here's Andrew Philip Pony. I'm kind of doing this show on an empty stomach today. I'm trying this intermittent fasting thing, Not because I'm just a giant slobber the slovenly guy. Kind of out of shape. Put on a little bit of weight during Covid never been able to, uh, totally shake it off. I don't get to work out as much as I'd like to. I'm one of these guys. Now that every time I go and play, pick up basketball, or do something Uh, Aerobically, uh, inclined and one of these guys where I work out now, and I just It takes me a week to recover. If I go play basketball. My plan is to go play tomorrow. It'll take me two weeks to recover. Some kind of aching pain. Lower back pain. Knee swells up. Never fails. I'm doing this intermittent fasting thing where I don't I try not to eat until noon every day. Later and then I'm done. I don't put anything. It's tough on Saturdays. Right now. It's four Eastern one Pacific. So I had something around 12 30 Eastern. And so that gives me an eight hour window to eat. And then I'm all for 16 hours. So I've got until 8 30, but that also means drinking too. So no late night bourbon No late night beers. I got to be Done with everything by 8 30. But when you're trying to socialize with people and hang out with people, it's not the easiest thing. It can kind of be a downer. And then people are like, Well, what's wrong with you? And then you have to, uh, tune out the peer pressure, which is Kind of a pain in the ass. Anyhoo, Thanks.
"eight hour" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Smart, stupid, idiotic, Brilliant genius. Unrealistic. This is the Pony Express. Here's Andrew Philip Pony. I'm kind of doing this show on an empty stomach today. I'm trying this intermittent fasting thing. Not because I'm just a giant slob or the slovenly guy. Kind of out of shape. Put on a little bit of weight during Covid never been able to, uh, totally shake it off. I don't get to work out as much as I'd like to. I'm one of these guys now that every time I go and play pickup basketball, or do something Uh, Aerobically, uh, inclined and one of these guys where I work out now, and I just It takes me a week to recover. If I go play basketball. My plan is to go play tomorrow. It'll take me two weeks to recover. Some kind of aching pain. Lower back pain. Knee swells up. Never fails. I'm doing this intermittent fasting thing where I don't I try not to eat until noon every day. Later and then I'm done. I don't put anything. It's tough on Saturdays. Right now. It's four Eastern one Pacific. So I had something around 12 30 Eastern. And so that gives me an eight hour window to eat. And then I'm all for 16 hours. So I've got until 8 30, but that also means drinking too. So no late night bourbon No late night beers. I got to be Done with everything by 8 30. But when you're trying to socialize with people and hang out with people, it's not the easiest thing. It can kind of be a downer. And then people are like, Well, what's wrong with you? And then you have to, uh, tune out the peer pressure, which is Kind of a pain in the ass. Anyhoo, Thanks.
"eight hour" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In real time rocket can. It is more as it's bogus. Sh at Maria's CBS had Andrew Bogus where you can find us. Nice of D A to wake up, maybe have a little pancake. Join us at the top of last hour to give his thoughts on the NBA playoffs on his birthday. I think he has Chuck e Cheese tokens ahead. The A does you know? I mean, what do you guess is on a D a birthday vendor today, folks to Monday Manuel Life. First, he said. What he's going for a hike with his brother now, right to each his own, But I'm not taking us very hike with anybody on my birthday morning. I'm being as lazy as possible. But I thought this was a day off. Because he and the Bourbon Belle had the whole day planned together like their vacation wasn't so low keys. They wanted to Loki Day to spend time just the two of them. And he's going for a hike with his brother, which certainly takes multiple hours. So what happened to the Bourbon Belle here? That is a great point, folks. That is a great point, D eight preface by saying I was going to take off Because I was going to spend the day with the Bourbon Belle and now you think about it. I mean, let's be fair. A lot of you waking up. Maybe you're in your car. Get your job today, listening to us already at the office, something like that. I mean, it's just call like it is you guys are working your eight hour job, sometimes nine our jobs, jobs, 10 our jobs. I mean, the one thing I will never complain about her job is sometimes it's not always those amount of hours. We're on the air for four hours. Yes, there's other stuff we need to do before and after. But for the most part D a could finagle today where his day was wrapped up by 10:30 A.m.. Eastern is that fair to say Boc's Of course, Okay, of course, And now he would wake up. Obviously early. I understand that beyond the Earth six, he still woke up early enough that he was on the air at seven. A.m. eastern, so figure An hour after remember he is at home an hour after us waking up. And now, as you said he's not going to hike multiple hours. He's probably done with that hike. Worst case scenario, right when he'd be done with work best cases or even a little after that, depending on how long the height goes, and I don't know how you want to frame investigation. Worst case you get the point. So if this was a day about taking off the spin it with the Bourbon Belle He will not even begin to spend it with the Bourbon Belle. Until After he would have been done with work already. Which brings up the question. Did something go arrive this weekend with his plans? I think that And if you if you circle back through all the social media post, there was a time on a boat with Andrew Catalon. There was a time on a boat yesterday. I think his family he was Father's Day yesterday. And I would venture to say that this hike is going to keep him out of the house. And away from the Bourbon belle longer than the show would have, because you're right. I mean, at 10 A.m.. For the most part, his day is over. He could certainly wait till later on or even if you wanted to bang out the post show emails. What are we gonna pose? We're going to write about What guests are coming up, he could be done. 10 30. If he tried really hard. You had recorded a sportsman. It's early, like you could get this done. And at 10 30 be a free man. But now he's just going out for a hike. Now hikes are in short. I don't know how far they got to get to wherever they're hiking, and I got to get back from their highs. The whole rest of his morning. I've been there He can hike his backyard There is I'm not kidding. There is a low key mountain range behind him, and I looked up at the back. Yeah, I made the stroke a million times. Yeah. So how far back to this property go. Oh, we actually are line actually goes halfway up that mountain is what he said to me so he can I mean, he could walk through the shrubs in the rubble behind his house and climb a mountain and hiked that so not afford commute for the hike, however. However, yeah, I mean little odd that it's turned into this when I was supposed to be just today about him Now I do want to be transparent, fair. I'm poking fun at the A for waking up joining us because that's what we do right. We are sick Individuals in that you will not find a group of guys on the show who genuinely like each other but genuinely just get annoyed by which I love busting chops like it's not serious, Obviously not man that they took over his birthday. I think it's great. But here's the transparency. I also can't be the same guy with bogus that kills the A for not taking days off. Are you finally gonna get a day off? Then he takes a day off and we question or did you really need to take this day off if you're just going to go hiking? So I do think there's a line there somewhere in the middle where I need to be careful and shred. Very light Tread very lightly. Yeah, yeah. I mean, we should probably be delicate with wondering if him and his wife are fighting and that's why they're not spending his birthday together. Just wondering why the brother has wedged his way in here. Yeah. But not only that. It's like he just did 40 minutes of radio on his day off and he was up and he has showered. The hair was gel. The shirt was it was like he just rolled out like you came on one day when you were off and you select.
"eight hour" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"eight hour" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"I would say there's nothing wrong with that. I think when. I first started fasting as i can't How many meals now. It's i think it's something that you could come into your own with You for me. When i first started fasting. I think i tried to get three meals in within that. I just felt like i was just like too much. I think a one positive effect of fasting is the fact that you realize you don't need to eat as much like i. I don't count. Excuse my voice here not good. When you're on a podcast not take a moment and take a drink of water okay. I'm back so i was just going to say. Is i think you you do realize that. You don't have to eat as much and your after you get into the rhythm of fasting that when you have these meals who just you you become full faster so i think just about listening to your body if you wanna i start out and do three three meals within. Let's say that eight hour eating will go for. But i think you'll start to realize i for me. I typically do two meals there are. There are days when i'm busier things. Come up and i do have one meal at the end of the day. I don't think it's a right or wrong thing. I think it's just more or less you know it's like you keep hearing this buzzword intuitive eating And and and that's something i think takes time to get into. I think we're so used to being tied down by okay. it's noon. I should eat by while. No you're not hungry. Why why would you don't really need eat. You become more aware of your hunger. Hormones in just like how you feel and just react to that well and i think to you hit you. Hit on something with intuitive. Eating for me and i am. I imagine many of my listeners. All will relate to this too..
"eight hour" Discussed on VirtForce Launching Virtual Careers
"That. You know it's it's a lot of fun. I definitely recommend applying and trying to to work with quickbooks with into it. Because i've also noticed a lot since i've been working with them. There's a lot of improvements. They're constantly making so they're listening to people that were gear and what needs to be done to improve what they can do to help customers and then they fix it and they updated and things change all the time which is really nice to see awesome. So thank you so much sarah. It was awesome talking to year. I'm gonna pull you offscreen now. I'm going to bring miscarrying a back right a blaring carina. i'm to start scrolling up in the comments and we'll tackle some of them together in the meantime. Is there anything you want to add before we we start taking questions something just to go off of what sarah sharing. Although these roles are remote and virtual there is a strong sense of team camaraderie amongst your team members. I'm so even though you may feel like the role. Put you on an island. You won't you won't be a lot of resources sources at your disposal. You'll connect with your team regularly either via virtual video meetings or via slack. And it's it's just really a great opportunity to further ingrained yourself in the bookkeeping community. And i'm sure the turbo tax rules are the same. As well and a combined share more on that to curse there we go slayer thinks all right. Our first question comes from sonia. She said i had a quickbooks office. Pru certification but i let it lapse. Does a re cert help with getting an interview. I would say yes. But it's not a deal breaker. The recertification process is also very easy. If it was you know from like let's say it was from two thousand nineteen twenty twenty and it lapsed in. You're working on getting the twenty twenty one certificate. The recertification process is only about thirty minutes. And it just covers the difference in year-over-year from the software so whatever updates and changes in new functions. It has if it's laps more than a year. Then you will have to take the full certification again which is eight hour process there but going back to the interview piece if you have the qualifications of being and prior experience with quickbooks online professionally but.
"eight hour" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Welcome the Court of Public opinion. Rick Roberts show glandular along the Constitutional Curie bill currently stuck in the Senate. My guest is put together the Special Committee on constitutional Issues to try and pass the bill. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick. Lieutenant governor. Good to talk with you once again. Hey, Rick. Good to be with you. And, you know, let me not correct you because I know you must have read it somewhere. But the line that the bill is stuck in the Senate. We've only had the bill. 10 degrees. Came over on the 19th. We're finishing up the hearing. Now it will pass out of the hearing that will come to the floor for a vote next week. Upper down. I don't have all the votes yet, but upper down, we'll bring it to the floor. My point is at the Internet world has been quick to say it's slow. It's been stuck. Actually, it's just total nonsense because this is the fastest moving bill from the house without all session. In terms of us moving the bill along so normally of Bill comes over to take a week to 10 days to two weeks to get a hearing another week to get to the floor. So so this bill will be voted up or down next week. Basically within two weeks from the time we got our hands on it, So it's not stuff. What? I didn't say You're right. That was pretty quick. It's pretty quick and you can't do it much faster than just because of the Certain posting rules and you know you have to go. Have so much public notice before you have a hearing, so witnesses can come so it's not like you could do it and two or three days usually unless it's an emergency. I think this is an emergency. I do, but it's a very important item. I think what people? Um In fact, I saw something someone put on the The Internet today from some conservative group or grassroots group with a bandana over some members faces. You know, you have to call them they're hiding. Some of those people have already come out publicly and vote and said they're voting for it. So I don't know where all this kind of Internet stuff starts, but it's pretty much all. Um not true. But I did say from the beginning is We don't have the votes. And that was 10. Days ago on the bill came over. You have 18 Republicans. I need all 18. Pass a bill unless I pull a rabbit out the hat, which I've done once or twice on may be able to do again if we don't have 18, but, um, what I said was with all the boats had about $6.46 votes against and the others were not sure. And I was an honest assessment. You know, if we had to vote on it last week, we wouldn't have the votes. I think by it will come out of committee today. Probably 5 to 2. Uh, I put together a special select committee. That was the other thing we way did. We got the bill on the 19th of April? I said Four days later, I formed a brand new committee called the Constitutional Issues, and the five Republicans. I put on the committee there to Democrats. Five. Republicans are all people who either co authored the bill authored the bill, or we're in support of it, so I just I think some people just like to stir up trouble and for no reason, but they have that information, but we're but we're moving quickly, and I still for several votes short, but we're working on those boats. Yeah. Well, thank you for correcting that because you could imagine. Well, I know you know, based on other things you do, but we're inundated with material and we try to vet everything, but Yeah, we did. We did report that. Your comment that you didn't have the votes or you didn't think I have the votes still short. We're still short Several votes, but But we still have days to work on that. And this hearing is important. Because one of the things we did Rika, we've been meeting Ah lot. The last several days ago, Everybody had the bill for a little bit of time. We've been meeting a lot with the N R. A gun Owners of America on all law enforcement across the state sheriff's constables, police chiefs. You name them and trying to get Ah, Bill where we believe we can get. There are some law enforcement already in favor of the bill, But I'd like to make that a little bit more, Um, and also get the gun groups on the bill and one of the one of the ways to do that, for example, which will add is an amendment to the bill over here. Is that? You know, I've always, you know, support. You know, every in our a bill that we've priority we've received since I've been to Lieutenant governor and there've been many we've passed every one of them. We passed open carry campus. Caribe passed the ball, but sometimes it takes a little time to convince people and get them on board. And this Biggest concern that some Republicans have on this bill is protecting the police. We don't wanna put the police in harm's way, so they'd like to, you know, and the entire a gun owners of America Every gun owners always says Whatever the issue is, we don't want felons to have guns We don't want the bad guys have guns with the good guys. So right now, if they fell in Is carrying a gun, which they're not allowed to. By law. It's illegal if they get caught. The maximum penalty is a third degree felony, which means Minimum sentence they can get is two years and most of them get six months, maybe probation. They get nothing. And so, the police said, Boy if we could increase that Um to a 5 to 5 year minimum sentence. They got it, sir. Five years no probation, then that would take a lot of bad guys and bad guys with guns off the streets, So that's one of them that we're gonna have. And we had testimony from the Sheriff's Association today, representing all 254 and from some police forces saying, Hey, if you get that on the bill We may even, you know, support the bill, but at least not be against it, And they're waiting to see when we go. The fourth would put that on them at all. Which I think we will not think it will pass. And the N R A. And the gun owners of America are okay. We got a mint on their testimony today, so something like that is significant. That helps me get votes. Absolutely. And you're you're thinking a straight up and down vote next week sometime. Yeah. You know, I don't normally go to the floor. If I don't have the vote, you know if it's it's just because we don't have the time. To go on before and this will. This will be a eight hour debate on the bill..
"eight hour" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
"And i do realize these are going to be region and routes specific have been food and hydration and just making sure that i had an of when my next resupply point might be for both water and food and managing that effectively. I find personally always very conservative. So i end up carrying a lot of extra weight potentially on the bike. Because i'm fearful that next resupply point is not gonna come when i need it. Yeah that's right. Yeah for sure and sometimes it is better to be a little bit more conservative than in the end. If you have to del path water bottle load or you got an extra bar too. That's no problem. But there is a tipping point for sure. And i think a lot of that is what we want to go through with folks as well as there's there's the whole riding your bike from aid be but there's everything before that route planning deciding on why you might take this road as opposed to that road and you might think my take because if you change the elevation gain or the terrain that you're riding on just because you ride this pace in this terrain doesn't mean this is gonna work here so that water gonna fall in. Do i need to carry that as an opportunity to get that from a laker reverend. If so how do i purify that. And the same thing with that clerk intake right. We often think we need-we more food than we do. But if we change the foods that we slept and we put it in our body in a slow trickle you often get more miles under that. So it changes the bulk. So yeah there's it's intimidating but also fun as well because there is so much to learn and you always get just a little bit better and a little bit more refined and the push that next trip just to touch more interesting. A lot of the listeners and myself included may have come from a bike racing background where it was pretty easy to have eight power bars or the equivalent with you for an eight hour event but in bike packing.
"eight hour" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Now here's the thing. If that that forty eight hours doesn't work then turn into a resource for them because sometimes at forty eight hours can take a couple of days or a couple of months or even a couple of years to don't negate the fact that if you don't sell them forty eight hours. They may not come back to you later. Invest in them. Give them the resources that they need. Make them happy. And i think that's a very important statement. O'brien because i think it's good to know how to find a client and forty eight hours. I think we all need that. Resource that ability to do that. And then the same time we need to be able to identify. I think early in the conversation. Is this a likely forty-eight our client or is this someone that's going to take longer and not negate it but like last night. I had that exact experience i was referred to someone i was on a call with them zoom. I was thinking this would be a forty eight hour at but it became clear as we went through the conversation that they had a recent bad experience with a coach so they really kept saying. I really am interested in you. But i'm trying to work through. That just had this bad experience and lost this money and i'd really didn't get results and so i said you know. I want to honor that you're identifying this and that you want to acknowledge to yourself that you need to kinda he'll kinda like you had a bad relationship you know and then we went on and by the time we got through the call had connected me with his best friend who we thought could be a good client for me asked me to come on. Facebook live with him because he'd like to introduce me to all of his followers right. And because i'm saying no problem. I said you've got to make this decision in your time. My guess is that's gonna cut the time tremendously..
"eight hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You're listening to the Gresh Show on CBS Sports Radio. Thanks for having me. Alright, listen. You're so it's so awesome. Call him now. Wait 855 to 1 to four. CBS can't get through. You can always hit me on Twitter at the real grass G. R S H. We're down to the final 42 laps of the Daytona 500. Denny Hamlin leads the race. Kevin Harvick, right, behind Joey Logano and third Kyle Busch in fourth. That is a heavy hitter. That's a championship four Type four at the front of the old Daytona 500 Denny Hamlin looking to win his third consecutive Daytona 500, a feat that I don't think anyone in motor sports has ever done and no Richard Petty and do believe 17. Daytona five hundreds Hamlin, looking for his third in a row. Kyle Busch and forth has never won the a Daytona 500, maybe the last big thing for him to check off his his legendary career list. And then you gotta Harvick in Lugano, who are champions. I mean Hamlin's wanted Bushes wanted Harvick Swan it Logano has wanted in terms of championships. But in terms of Daytona five hundreds It is called. Bush is still trying to get his guaranteed guaranteed guaranteed to have at least one caution down the stretch. It's Super Speedway racing. Everybody is going to ride it out till about 10 laps to go, And then the aggressiveness is going to start. There was a big wreck early on and then a massive rain delay slash red flag cleanup, and it turned more into a rain delay. Don't get me wrong. They didn't have an eight hour clean up. But when it in watching this race, everybody went to the big single file pack and give it 30. More laps would tend to go and as the great wrestling announcer Jim Ross would say, Business will pick up Should the national anthem should be played it sporting events or we had the point in society where We should pull it out of the pregame rotation. When it comes to your sporting event in your entertainment option. Let's put it that way. Korean Main on the grass show on CBS Sports Radio Corey.
"eight hour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Today is NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis, NPR, NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas. And NPR senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving. Claudia, If we can get a question in before the proceedings begin, do we have a sense? How long the House Democrats will go today and presenting their case and what they'll focus on. They'll have up to eight hours to go today. They've said repeatedly. They will not use all that time so it could be a shorter day. We're here. Patrick Leahy, the Senate president, Pro TEM, telling the House Democrats information. Said the sergeant at arms Now hear ye hear you. All persons are commanded to keep silence on pain of imprisonment, while the Senate of the United States is sitting for the trial of the article of impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives. Against Donald John Trump, former president of the United States. Someone will be in order and the majority leader is recognized for the information. In front of China. Schumer the Senate majority of my understanding the schedule today will be similar to yesterday's proceedings. Will print plan to take a short break every 23 hours and will accommodate a 30 minute recess for dinner. Assuming it is needed. And presumed to the provision of Senate resolution. 47. The managers for the House represented have eight hours remaining. To make the presentation of the once again That's Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy. He is presiding over these proceedings in lieu of the Chief Justice John Roberts, who presided over the last impeachment trial. The first impeachment trial as you will recall, and then we're hearing Jamie Raskin, who is still lead impeachment manager representative to get of Colorado will now show how the insurrectionists themselves believed. That they were following President Trump's marching orders..
"eight hour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Managers have eight hours to present arguments today upto eight more tomorrow. Lawyers representing former President Trump begin their case later this week. Lisa Thanks Jared the meantime, the former president could face legal trouble in Georgia, where a D A has launched a criminal probe into attempts to influence the election outcome, which is thought You included infamous phone call about finding fraudulent votes boxes. Evan Brown has this live at least of the prosecutor in Atlanta is now officially investigating whether then President Donald Trump violated state law in early January when, during a phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger, he asked the secretary about finding enough votes needed to win in the state. In a recount. She was alleged. The former president was pressuring Rapids burger into manipulating results. Something Mr Trump vehemently denies charges, however, have yet to be filed. Lisa thank seven and a letter from the D A. To the Georgia secretary of State does not mention Trump specifically. As a target of that investigation at the White House spokeswoman just confirming that President Biden will make remarks next hour about the recent military coup in Burma. This amid reports the U. S. Is set to announce sanctions on Burma. America is listening to Fox News. News Radio K O B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought you by Northwest fence and iron voters will decide on Proposition Ancient Mai, which changes Austin's campaign finance system for local elections, Ashley Gloucester with the city of Austin says Under this change, the city clerk would send $25 vouchers to every qualified voter who then donate that to a candidate of their choice elements of the 300,000 for mayoral race or run off. 75,000 for council race to run off. This proposal does have a lot of critics, many of whom say they don't want their tax money to be given to others who would then donate it to a candidate that they don't support. Beginning February, 16th qualified businesses can begin applying for relief grants of up to $20,000 and in some cases up to $140,000. This is part of Austin's legacy. Business relief grant, meaning some of the criteria does include being an operation for the last 20 years, at least and actually meeting the city's definition of legacy business. Austin Energy will bring a proposal to the City Council next week to fund more utility relief, Deputy general manager Cary Overton says. Since the pandemic began, roughly 15,000 households have gotten relief, but much more is needed. We had an initial Influx of $10 million. That council proved that was added in April. 2022 the plus one funding utility will request an additional $10 million for relief if you've fallen behind in payments, Overton says. It's vital that you contact the city because disconnections.
"eight hour" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"What you mean specifically how. I handled it can you. Can you explain what you mean. Will it sounded like you were saying you realize so you just lost. You said you had an eight hour room and you have six hours of tape so did you. Did you make that announcement to year room as you have that problem. Then you had to pivot mid taping. Were no longer tainting. What no no. Because i was recording. No because it just happened very quickly and just on the back end we might have missed a few minutes. But i recorded two hours on squad cast and then when squad cast. I don't know why this has never happened. It's a stopped recording said okay. Let me figure out another way. And so i just quickly pulled up quicktime elite new audio recording and started recording and so two hours on squad cast i have six hours on quicktime that vanished and so now i can't born and i've explored numerous. I was up really was an eight hour session. That started at six. Pm so has done at two and spent the next two hours trying to find missing recordings. Let me just let me ask you this. Just just out of curiosity. Where are you planning on splicing that and taking it apart and just using various pieces for for various episodes because obviously you know at a six hour whatever i mean so that was gonna be your plan to splice it. Yeah yeah for sure so we had. We had a bunch of really amazing people joined again. This is the power of this platform. Heather was speaking to that. I really. I really think that's the beauty of this. It's the network. This this last a a network. I mean it's it's the power of collaboration is what this is all about. Because you could meet people that you otherwise wouldn't be able to meet but yes an answer your question. I felt bad for my editor. But there were so many gems so many golden insights that we just pulled those out and include the and just take the best moments in compilation form as opposed to like include..
"eight hour" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"Okay, Let's get some money and business news for that we turn to add Cory from the Bloomberg business Death. Good morning, ed with on your mind. Morning stock futures wobbling is investors await the outcome of a couple of electoral races in Georgia that will determine control of the Senate Down futures down 65 S and P futures down 12 points and the NASDAQ futures down about 56. Fiat Chrysler in France's PS expected finish their merger deal January 16th shareholders have given their overwhelming approval of the $52 billion transaction. London stocks They're flat. We were down just about a third of 1% in Japan today. Right now, the Dow futures have down 61 points. Made Cory with the Bloomberg Business Report on news 93.1 kfbk. All right, Ed. Thanks so much. Here's what Kitty O'Neil's working on for you for this Tuesday afternoon, Christina and Sam today's A runoff election in Georgia will decide the balance of power in the U. S Senate will be following the results this afternoon. Okay. Should be an exciting day is she gets it going at four o'clock? Okay to Tuesday, January 5th Time for what? Here? What happened? Albert Parnell. What do you have for this first edition? Yes, the first Here have year 18 89. And that's when the word hamburger first appeared in print in the wallawalla Union. A wallawalla Washington newspaper Walla Walla Union. What are they came up with hamburgers? No ham in it, But, yeah, I don't know how you get there. Maybe it started with him. Maybe it did. Maybe you're onto something, and they just changed it up to beef as are making me hungry. All right, what else you got the next year Halves year 1914. And that's when the Ford Motor Company announced an eight hour work day and that it will pay a living wage of at least $5 for a day's labor. So they're to blame for the eight hour work day. Or they could be the people to praises before it was more than eight hours. What 10 12 actually had no women they could technically working for as much as you want. That's a great point made. They're responsible for cutting it back. They are. They were the trendsetters of the eight hour work day because it was way longer than eight hours. Okay? Yeah. And then they take 2 to 5 days too. So forth was the trendsetters in our lunch. I don't know about the lunch, right? I don't think there was a union break in there. I found a doctor. No, no. Yeah, but more there was later. In the last one that I have is the year 1980 0. Yeah, that's KC and the Sunshine Band and their song. Please don't go number one of the Turks back in 1980. 1980 1980. It's kind of late for them, right big in the seventies, huh? Just it's right. It's right on the cusp. That's right. This is it is the beginning of the eighties. Yeah, it is January. For the souls Still kind. No, it's not. It's January. Phil. Oh, yes. Yes, it is. Sorry. My apologies, But it's the kind of do it fucking right. What day Whatever way put you in charge of what? You're what happened, And you don't know the day. Why make sure Look at the right day. Yeah, that's kind of helpful. This is Miss Tuesday's getting out of control already. Okay. Omri Aquinas coming up in the next half hour. We're gonna be talking next 15 minutes. Yeah, we're gonna be talking about the Legislature coming back to work. January 11th. And so she poses the question to someone. So do you think this soul recall the governor campaign is going to overshadow anything in the capital, right? Actually hear that answer. Okay, Let's see. We'll definitely They've got a lot to do. Oh, boy. Yep. And we got a lot to do. We're going to get it get it fired up here in about three minutes..