35 Burst results for "Eight Hundred"
Caeleb Dressel Joins Elite Club With 5th Olympic Gold Medal
"Caleb Dressel highlights a golden man for team USA as the swimming portion of the game's concludes on Sunday morning Dressel open the heat by winning the fifty meter freestyle in an Olympic record twenty one point oh seven seconds and ended the heat by picking up his fifth gold medal as part of the four by one hundred medley relay team which also set a new Olympic record time Dressel finishes the Tokyo games with five gold medals Robert Fink won a gold in the fifteen hundred meter freestyle as team USA swept the men's and women's eight hundred and fifteen hundreds and team USA's woman snagged the silver in the women's four by one hundred medley relay I'm Danny cap
Olympic Swimming: Ledecky Wins More Gold
"Katie Ledecky and Caleb Dressel strike gold on Saturday morning in Tokyo Ledecky became the only female swimmer to win six career gold medals by three P. eating as the champion of the eight hundred meter freestyle after winning the event as a fifteen year old in London and again in Rio in twenty sixteen Ledecky wraps up the Tokyo games with two gold and two silvers I think I'll let the set for a little bit longer than I have the past two games and eventually start sending some more goals moving forward Caleb Dressel broke his own world record in the hundred meter butterfly yes when the final in a blistering forty nine point four five seconds to pick up his third gold medal of the games I'm Danny cap
Big Day for Dressel, Chinese in Pool, Lee in Gymnastics
"Miscible miles watching from the stands Lee as Rebecca druggie of Brazil with a total of fifty seven point four three three points list metal definitely means a lot to me because there was a point in time where I wanted to quit and I just didn't think I would ever get here including injuries and stuff we was all but guaranteed the gold medal after the Brazilian stepped out of bounds twice during the floor routine Katie Ledecky is advanced to the final of her final Olympic event posting the top time in preliminaries of the eight hundred meter freestyle Australia's double gold medallist Arian took most also advanced to Saturday morning it's vital to set up a fourth and final showdown with Ledecky the U. S. women's volleyball team won its third straight match of their assured of a spot in the quarterfinals the Americans beat Turkey in five sets and approved a three year old in their pool hi Jonathan
Olympics Latest: Pole vaulter Kendricks positive for COVID
"Another day another collection of medals for team USA swimmers body think kick things off on Thursday morning and did someone golden fashion finishing its final fifty meters in a flurry to win the first men's eight hundred freestyle in Olympic history Caleb Dressel struck gold shortly after with an Olympic record forty seven point oh two second swim in the men's one hundred freestyle Americans Reagan Smith and Hailey Flickinger finished two three to take the silver and bronze in the women's two hundred butterfly and Katie Ledecky anchored a silver medal effort for team USA in the women's four by two hundred freestyle relay I'm Denny cap
Oldest Fossils of Animals May Be in Canada Rocks, Study Says
"Also discovered in Canada maybe the earliest record of animal life on earth in a report published in the journal nature a geologist who's been excavating in the remote northwest territories of Canada discovered rocks that contain three dimensional structures believed to be ancient sponge skeletons the rock layer eight hundred ninety million years old it's three hundred fifty million years older than the oldest undisputed sponge parcels that were previously found other researchers will be vetting the findings of geologist Elizabeth Turner but experts say it's a stunning fine they could greatly improve our understanding of early animal evolution it would show that the first animals involved before a time when there was enough oxygen to reach a level scientists once thought was necessary for animal life I'm Jennifer king
Simone Biles Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics Final Citing Mental Health
"My friend. Mark davis wrote a column at townhall called the simone biles moment reveals are softened world and he points out in his column townhall which i urge you to read that the observations are not really about her. But there about us the way we react to the greatest gymnasts the world has ever seen. And there's a raging debate a raging controversy about her withdrawal individual competition. She has withdrawn from competition citing mental health issues citing personal trauma and the left is of course immediately rallied around her. There's a lot of people on the right. Who seem to be very critical of her decision. And i'm gonna. I'm gonna get the ball rolling and i'm going to invite you to join me at eight hundred six. Five five mike. I want to get started by by saying quite simply i learned my lesson awhile ago about making a judgement or or uttering a judgment even ingest about somebody. I don't know who would endow undoubtedly by be be hurt by my judgmental reaction
Tokyo Sets Another Virus Record Days After Olympics Begin
"Tokyo has reported three thousand one hundred seventy seven new coronavirus cases setting on all time high and exceeding three thousand for the first time days off to the start of the Olympics the new cases exceed the earlier record of two thousand eight hundred forty eight set the previous day I'm brings the total for the Japanese capital to nearly two oh seven thousand since the pandemic began Turkey has been under a fourth state of emergency since July twelve ahead of the Olympics which began last Friday despite widespread public opposition I'm concerned that they could further worsen the outbreak experts say Tokyo's surge is being propelled by the new more contagious delta variant of the virus I'm Charles de Ledesma
Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian
"I grew up going to private school to him. And i are both total like private school. Asians we both are big hippies to we like to backpack through southeast asia. We like to do yoga. We do iowa oscar ceremonies. We do seven meditation retreats. That's right we pay eight hundred dollars to shut up for a weekend. We do shit like that. We eat gluten free which means we eat all that bread that tastes like free range to baca. We eat that lesbian bread. That's like a thousand percent of your daily fiber and twenty percents spoken word poetry. When you eat it you que- shitty poem about supporting caitlyn jenner. Or whatever and so. It's funny right because he's asian to but sometimes all of this hippy. Dippy shit we do makes me feel like we are white. People doing an impression of asian people like we have these chinese scrolls up on the wall and neither of us know what the fuck they mean like that seems to go very well with our buddha piggy bank from pier. One imports needs to be providing some good food way for the house.
Tokyo Hits Record 2,848 Virus Cases Days After Games Begin
"Tokyo has reported its highest daily number of new coronavirus infections just days off to the Olympics began the Japanese capital counts two thousand eight hundred forty eight you could nineteen cases exceeding the earlier record of two thousand five hundred twenty cases from January seventh he brings Tokyo's total to more than two hundred thousand since the pandemic began last year Tokyo's under its fourth state of emergency that will last through the Olympics and into the Paralympics next month experts have warned the more contagious delta variant could cause a surge during the games which started last Friday I'm Charles de Ledesma
Sales of New Homes Fall 6.6% in June
"Sales of new homes dropped to the lowest level in over a year the commerce department reported Monday the sales of new homes have fallen for the third straight month dropping by six point six percent that's following even larger declines in may in April new home sales rose in the Midwest but declined in other regions sales fell by nearly twenty eight percent in the northeast shortage of inventory and rising costs for lumber and labor had fueled a sharp jump in prices but analysts say the trend for sales and price gains have slowed from the red hot pace earlier this year the median price of a new home was three hundred and sixty one thousand eight hundred that's up over six percent from a year ago but down five percent from may builders are increasing inventories with the number of new homes for sale up seven percent Jennifer king Washington
How Casino 'Game Protection' Has Changed Over the Years
"Those you just joining us. I am talking with south. He asante founder and president of universal game protection development and remember to check out his website at universal game protection dot com. I love the stories of how you learn your trade. And and and how it you know. Evolving and i grew up in new jersey and i've seen atlantic city in the casinos. And how the evolved and how these changed from the outside but in your opinion how has the casino business changed from when you first started working in casinos especially with regard to gain protection. Oh my god. It changed drastically when let's face it. Atlantic city had the most stringent rules. You can imagine. I mean when you were you any gaming school you to get the new jersey gaming control commission permission and moved to table. I mean that's a little overkill but they were so strict when you will you opening up a can of worms here when you were a dealer you had to do six you had to go to do jersey accredited school and then when you graduate school. You auditioned as you were dealer. You were black and whites black shirt. Black pants white shirt and you went to an audition for your instructor if you passed addition. Then you've got you're doing then you go to jersey gaming control you gave me license and you know you'll license we'll say. Let's say for instance. Bjp look blackjack dealer. Then you go to apply for a job where you apply for a job. They they capitalized game wants to do is elisa was only watching. Four games watches you deal and then he she will say okay. Now you're good. You could deal now. You must deal eight hundred hours of four. You're allowed to become a supervisor. Anthea deal eight hundred hours. Meaning you know you have enough hours in that game now. You could deal now. You become a supervisor. Now you go back to the gaming commission you pay another fifty dollars the upgrade now. You licensed says bj supervisor and that's all you're allowed to do is to deal that supervised blackjack only now. You wanna learn craps. They go back to the school three months dealing course and now you know craps there you go back to the license and your dealer so now you'll licenses blackjacks. Supervisor feeler and that was what every game you so people were licenses that look like of honors. One would say blackjack pit bull crap. Box person. rule that dealer and the only physicians they were allowed and we supervise. You'll washed four games today. It is a joke today. You apply for a job. They bring you into a room. They asked you to do a hula-hoop they actually found to feature ball what get on stage until jokes and human resource additions. You and then you get the job at the dealer and then we become a supervisor to deregulate. One person who watch games and some places more so gave protection has definitely taken a backseat.
The Maritime History of Fred. Olsen Cruises
"Family history. This week is all about fred. Also which we just briefly spoke about. what what. What's what's the story this week. Might i thought it was an interesting one. Because obviously they have been changing that fleet quite a bit the continue ships and as you mentioned of course what planning to commence inaugural voyages but the ships and the brand itself. Outside of the might not be one of the most known Cruise lines around there. But it's actually had a very long heritage. Yeah it has it so dates back. I'm one hundred seventeen years And all the way back to eighteen forties I says a family business which is which one of the things that's really interesting is being run by generations of the olson family and First An impressive Who founded the company was fridge olsen and his brothers will also captains of ships and i became ship owners so the family had a sort of a long deep rooted connection with shipping End as the company grew in terms of its size from small sort of sailing ships up to powered vessels. A variety of different members of the family were involved in operations running the company nine in eighteen seventy five to olsen took over an eight hundred full thomas. Fred olsen took command of one of his father's vessels at the age of twenty three the captain at twenty three. It's pretty impressive And so that was sort of foundation years of of the of the company And then if you fast forward to twentieth century by nineteen fourteen. The operation included forty four ships so You know much more than than one day. Passenger ships but for ships is is a big fleet
A History of Women and the Olympics
"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women
Sean Snyder, High Stakes Mixed-Game Beast, on Pots Won and Lost
"I have questions about pods one and lost if any of those. Come to mind like any. We talk about pots. One any significant thoughts come to mind. I'm in the biggest spot. I ever want of course is going to be significant in my head. It was It was an element. Is the seven as this. Is not the best podcasts gas because none of the interesting hands are going to be games that anyone plays but yeah it was Just one hundred twenty thousand dollar pot against them like a bazillion time bracelet winner. He was kind of. I mean that was the beginning of the game too but he was really a beginner in the game he had a hit just started splashing very heavily in the stars. Four hundred and eight hundred eight intend game. Whatever happened to be. But we're playing two hundred four hundred element this seven at commerce a lot and i had been getting relatively good at it in. He was not good at it yet. He got it in as bad as anyone's ever gotten it against me to be honest To which is not something you do after you. Five all in for lines. Two rounds of betting so i had a hand that against him. I was ecstatic. It in but against any other person you would be shitting. Your pants. Provide you might. Actually i would ever better good player might have been able to fold the hand against someone else but yeah i. I only ran at once at the time and he did not hit his car. Draw and one hundred twenty thousand dollars for mine whole goes. I think what he started talking about. One hundred twenty k. potted. It doesn't matter the game. Your interests is pete. It's it's really rare. That like my blood gets pumping. Like even though i was certain i had the best hand like i was that. That's a lot of money. And i think we're playing Is again like a very short handed. Game six hundred twelve hundred limit plus the two hundred four hundred no limit. I was stuck about sixty thousand time which it wasn't the most i've ever been stuck stuck. Sixty thousand had another sixty thousand in front of man. Suddenly it was all in. So i mean i was. I was one cooler away or one babbio away from being a hundred twenty thousand yet you were out of that size and it just gets you exactly basically i mean. It's gotta be good feeling getting gray. The i didn't even win in for that. And maybe five fifteen twenty thousand something like that. It was cool to win a very very large pot. sars puzzle lost i. I've played a ton same game. No limited to seven tons of pots in the eighty thousand range won and lost. None really stick out as particularly terrible oldham lots of pots. Fifteen twenty maybe thirty thousand. No memorable ones really. I just. I have a terrible memory when it comes to like large pots Kinda wants the point. Once they get to the point where very large. I feel like no one really had that interesting of a decision for the most part at least though i'm more about the old either funny hands or financy hands where i think i played them. Well
Sean Hannity Makes Vaccine Stance Very Clear
"Month is over however many people they exposed to cova tucker. They've let's hope. Expose the american people to the preening peacocking hypocrites that they are because how hypocritical can you be. Let's quickly count the ways. A you know. They flew on a plane. Massless you and i- peons everyone out there watching. We have to wear masks deal when we fly on a plane. That's number one two. They fled their stay. You know they would criticize. They have criticized republicans if they ever employed that same tactic number three they are creeping closer and closer to vaccine passports to show us your papers to prove to me you're vaccinated but they tell us trust us we're all vaccinated and finally as you point out and kevin so reported so well it's a super spreader event well that was a trump rally or athletic event or spring break over the past year everything's a super spreader event except actual super spreader events. He's right but if you're not watching fox news you don't know how these white house speaker pelosi. Staffers got kovin. You think these white these texas democrats are heroes. Jen psaki was asked yesterday. Is that as what do you think about this event. And she said about the texas democrats she said thanks for standing up for voter rights according to the white house to spread coverted. If you're you're protesting voter integrity laws. I guess it's like the black lives matter rallies. It's a right to spread co bid if you're marching around with people shoulder to shoulder in on behalf of racial justice you give people that's okay you just can't do it in the rose garden or a basketball game or football unbelievable. These people are out of their minds. But we're not you in my you and me we're going to fight the good fight together here in the relieffactor dot com studios. Welcome into a wednesday july twenty first episode of the mike gallagher. Show care to comment on what you just heard from. Abc has you noticed. The mainstream media isn't touching the role. These ignorant more. Texas democrats have played in spreading coverted journal white house. Wow let's hope you join me led to get your voice on this one open line. Eight hundred six five five mike. Eight hundred six five five
Shipwreck on the Sahara
"It's september twenty third. Eighteen fifteen the morning sun rising over the sahara heats up the desert to eighty degrees by eight. Am but city hammett doesn't feel it. He's sitting in his tent thinking about the future and no matter which way he spins it. It's risky captain. Riley wants hammett to by him and his friends and deliver them to morocco. There he said a friend will pay big money for the return. One hundred dollars for the captain and fifty for each of his men. Fifty dollars is a fortune and the desert. But he's not even sure they can make it eight hundred miles. They will need to cross the desert. Get past the torek and other. Hostile bedouin tribes. They have to be strong. He needs to get a better look at the men. He finds them sitting outside his tent. There are three and all riley and two men called erin and clark he squats down on his haunches examining each of them closely l. race. Have any of your men died. On this journey riley shakes his head. None my men are strong. The aren't used to desert conditions but their health will improve gets better every day but hammett's not so sure the one called clark is skin and bones. His face is young but he's already bent over like an old man. His scalp is cracked and oozing with source will only get worse. Sarah son this one is sick. he won't make. It's not worth it. But the captain renews his please. He must come look at how much he's improved from. Just the drink of water. You generously gave us last night. What of your men been eating a- of camel milk day. We found a few snails on our own to hammett size. The sailors will never survive the crossing without more food. Feeding them will be expensive.
Is the Nikon ZFC Retro for the Sake of Retro?
"Old is new again. And in nikon's case perhaps taking a page from fujifilm from january twenty four teens. Xt one and itself from november. Twenty thirteen's diaw. Company has introduced a new crop sensor retro inspired body called the z. Afc so if the diaw was a full frame. F body does afc is a maryland as version with the c. Perhaps standing for compact or crop. If you're like me also known as old or you just appreciate retro. Styling like fuji's x. Series which is all crop as you know you might want to have a serious look at nikon's new z. Afc a body reminiscent from old school. Nikon's like my old. Fm to in fact looks a lot like the fm too but with modern merely z. Technology inside if you own an ancient nikon finding your way around this new dx crop body should definitely be essentially as with my food you bodies you've got dials for iso. In this case one hundred up to twenty one thousand two hundred expandable two hundred and four thousand eight hundred shutter speed. dial and exposure compensation. Dial as well in fact there in all the same positions as my body's bodies now of this new body the company's executive vice president jan vannatter says quote the. Afc is kind of camera many have been waiting for and that only nikon could create its exceptionally slim yet offers superb image quality and features with iconic styling and precise tactile controls. It's a joy to carry and use for casual street photography streaming or just living in the here and
Olympians Karissa Schweizer & Elise Cranny Break Down the 5K Trials Race
"So each of you competed in both the five k. And the ten. K that five k. Had two rounds and just one giant round for the ten k Let's get into the five k. Those came first. So let's hear about the first round of the five k. Was there a race plan. What was was. Were you just kind of thinking. Like hopefully this stays pretty controlled and we can just make it to the finals. What were you at for the first round of the five k. I think the goal is to keep it as controlled as possible. And then i think jerry kind of told us like this. Make sure you have space like to move like the last four hundred to make sure you're in a good spot and he was also like that. You know turnover at the end will help prepare you guys To feel good for the final two. So i think yeah again. The goal was i think to get all four of us into the final and just try to get through running relax at that pace like keeping your eyes up for any sort of move in n. Be ready to like finish strong. The last four hundred especially the last two hundred to get those spots. We saw so much jostling early on in a lot of these races. I mean if if you watched the i think of the women's fifteen hundred the women's eight hundred like a lot of You know jostling for position and obviously in the longer races the five k. And the ten k we see a little bit less of that but is that something that you work on in practice getting off the line and getting into position. Is that something that you practice or that you just have to inherently know how to do well. I think we don't really practice that very much. I'm really bad at getting off the line and practice actually. I don't know what i'm doing. What he raises. I'm very good. I think i just need to focus
"eight hundred" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Just gonna say that that you know it's bad call or know that that's a i. My personal bill to i think is just telling them like that. It's outside burry are low. Like when i know for sure i'll just tell them like right out like that fall is outside not even close And then go back to doug on. Hold them right. You know you feel like you're you're right when you're on your That right now. Obviously you're going to be a little biased here because you're hitter. But now we've got this whole thing with the pitcher scuffing the ball and using illegal substances foreign substances ever. You wanna call it. Do you think it's being done more now than ever. Do you think people just talking about it and it's always been done sort of the same amount i think. I think it's being done the same amount but i think what the big issue is is. The substances that are being used are better. Write this down right. Yeah this is what i'm curious about. Break this down for me. And i think and listen. I'm not a pitcher. Like you said. I have dougie exactly what's being used but i mean i can tell you that like if you look at the numbers like the spin rates are higher than they've ever been by unknown guys making jumps from you know. I think it's probably physically possible to like you know. Make a hundred or two hundred. Rpm jump you know based on like maybe mechanics or like you know figure out how to hold the ball differently or good pitching coach or whatever but like some of the jumps that we're seeing and spin rate Are like through the roof. You know guys just and you know. The i think the the scientific analysis of it or like the You know the the reason why becomes incrementally more difficult to hey guys when they spin the ball is because everything like a fast array when it's spinning the same it every pitch look the same so like if you can throw a basketball at at you know twenty eight hundred rpm and a breaking ball eight hundred.
"eight hundred" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"Go product talking about you. Not your stomach talk ahead. Thirty eight hundred you know from was on life. are pretty low to go beyond amazon added the new year to turn said okay league la la blah saturday. Go apartment opposite..
"eight hundred" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Almost full out my believe and he did a video using a paul mccartney look alike really nice guy and that guy is playing paul in the video and his way of having a little bit of fun with that as well. That's our show folks. Give us a call. Eight hundred three s. Dwi you can also send us an email directly where we conspiracy at.
"eight hundred" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Me false alarms all the time. Yeah my ring cameras. I've got one on my. I've got the ring doorbell gathering overhead over my my walkway and the theory is i can tell alexa you know show me the front walkway. But by the time it's able to connect to the ring and actually bring the video up. I can just as easily walk outside. Open the door house going on or at least look through the peephole. Yeah because you're waiting. You're waiting your weight. And then maybe she'll connect that persnickety alexa good. Heavens what do you think you got any questions. Comments concerns anything. We can address for you. Eight hundred eight nine nine into eight hundred eight nine nine four six eight six or even better the.
"eight hundred" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Thank you for that and Little tgif for you that's right thank goodness. It's friday what you got what you get. This is why we're all here. One eight hundred eight seven eight play is the number to call to get connected to your boy and talk sports football basketball baseball hockey soccer tennis auto racing boxing olympics gonna cricket that type of stuff. And we'll do together at the toll free line. One eight hundred eight seven eight play one eight hundred.
"eight hundred" Discussed on Your Own Pay
"You're you're not going to get eight hundred like the guy across the street but once you go into the house. It doesn't matter if you win the lottery the next day they can't touch you..
"eight hundred" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"In the new york jets are trying to do as well but the first afc tile game and since ninety four and they will be heading to arrowhead which we'll talk about as well. Blinds are open at one eight hundred eight. Seven p l a y. You ain't got no alibi. You ugly once again one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine.
"eight hundred" Discussed on KQED Radio
"About eight hundred dollars one date Katie got a call from an upset client a Baker she had delivered the cake and have been consumed and she had heard nope no complaints for them as far as she knew they had been totally satisfied yeah and a few weeks later she received this payment dispute notification that the couple wanted their money I did they say what they were disputing or is it does that sort of detail come through there were flowers on the cake and there was some discrepancy on the color of the flowers the claim was that they were a little too bright so Katie got to work calming her client down of walking your through all the possible pieces of evidence that could help prove to the bank that the Baker and held up her end of the deal she had a chain of email correspondence where they had agreed on all the details about the cake and in addition to that she hide posts from social media our she had taken the screenshots and it was the couple with their gas celebrating and eating the cake and there were comments on social media from their gas saying how much they enjoyed it and from the couple saying that they were thrilled and wasn't it a wonderful cake what did you think when you first saw the social media post I thought we had it nailed it was just so blatant I couldn't imagine that they would be able to get away with getting their money back really like smiling with pieces of cake and their teeth and stuff all they were yeah you know feeding each other the bite of cake they looked to be having a wonderful time some of us this is infuriating I'm actually getting worked up a little bit I'm getting hungry with Katie's help the Baker got to keep the money in the bank decided in her favor Katie also told us this one other story about a small family owned construction company the done really expensive remodel of the home and the customer charge back tens of thousands of dollars the business lost the case and had to shut down and even when businesses do win there's a cost to fighting Katie salary comes out of the fees businesses pay to use square is their credit card processor and this isn't just a square thing every business pays fees to accept credit cards and often there are extra fees for charge backs and businesses pass all those fees on to us in the prices they charge so.
"eight hundred" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Eight hundred dollars yeah so my question is what are the key attributes I should be looking for him the scanners what what must have for them to be effective well you know it's a really good question and thank you for calling specially this time of year when a lot of people are using Airbnb is a vacation rental sites right I mean how do you really know if you're not being watched when the security keeps camera technology has gotten so small right I mean pin hole camera I mean it used to be that you'd walk into the room you like there's a camera there's camera well now there are cameras that are hidden in wall sockets in lighting switches are not just talking about teddy bears and say clock radios there is a case recently a blanket was in Florida where I on the side of the bed there were charging stations for the U. S. B. ports any USB ports and hidden cameras in the master bedroom like whoa what's up with that so you're born to check so a couple of things that you can do if in your research I'm sure if you had commanded dot com you know I talk about how you should use a software program called and map each did you look at that I know and map as in Nancy yeah I will post a link to this particular instructions step by step on how to use it would end up in map is really what the professionals use is he in order for these cameras most of these cameras if they're going to be on the network is that they're going to show up if you start analyzing the network right so if you analyze the networking you see a whole bunch of things that look at a whack then you know that there's something going on and we'll tell you exactly what to look for to it's a software tool really primarily used by the techies in the keeps the week out there I mean you could listen for strange sounds you can turn off the lights and use a laser pointer to scan the rooms and you know what you're looking for is any type of lens reflection a signal detector one of the ones that I like is it's made by a company called EDS it's S. Ellen my E. I L. I N. Y. will post a link to it over a commander dot com it's about sixty Bucks nine hundred twenty it out but it's not full proof so you want to make sure that you do your basic security precautions meaning like I mentioned look for sounds and checked reflections and you know start nosing around something looks out of place but it's even hard to tell something looks out of place if you look up top at the ceiling and you see a smoke detector that could be of wireless camera too but a lot of these cameras are now connected on wifi because whatever they're recording is now being stored directly up into the cloud but you do have some carriers that record on SD cards that's why you want to start nosing around moving things back and forth and if you want to travel with a good good good detector in R. F. signal detector that's what you want that we may be able to find these hidden cameras will post a link to it over at commander dot com in that show pics here and we always do that by the way just so that this way it's easy for you to find.
"eight hundred" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Eight hundred seven sixty K F M one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two. Getty tomorrow morning from. In fact, tapping your retirement nest egg comes with all sorts of new rules and opportunities instead of contributing to tax deferred plans that reduce your taxes, you'll start tapping the same savings for income and paying taxes at your regular rate. Alcl, opined here certified public accountant and host of your money your wealth right here in KF MB as you near retirement attacks plan becomes more important than ever. And you must use a forward thinking tax strategy because you have more control over paying taxes in retirement more than any other time in your life. Find out how you can legally pay fewer taxes than ever before with our personalized tax reduction analysis, you'll s- cover techniques specifically designed just for you on forward-looking tax strategies to keep more of your hard earned money in your pocket. There's no cost or obligation. You have nothing to lose. Call us now for your complimentary tax reduction analysis at eight eight eight nine nine four six two five seven that's eight eight eight. Nine nine four six two five seven call. I listen to that sound again.
"eight hundred" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The buysc we're all just like shot okay so after all that not too long after that you're bike bicycle storm is that an expensive bicycle the replacement i got yeah it was about eight hundred dollars eight hundred bucks so you've got stolen we have like a few minutes to talk about that which is unfortunate how long after i mean this is a setback in your question pan mass challenge yeah i you get whacked by probably whacked by a car bicycle messed up then it got stolen i understand at the paradise again who yeah so i was seeing a band called cold cave and coke called gave i didn't realize everyone town yeah and black marble open for them as well as a band called choirboy and in a previous life i was in bands in boston you were yep and i was in a band called ruby ridge for a while we played a lot of shows what did you do i have played synthesizers i still do you do yeah yeah so i believe with black marble who was opening for cold cave all right and i wanted to catch up with those guys because they had been some time since i see them why did you get out of it what time no sorry stop being in band when i get out of the band out well so i guess it was sort of a convergence of it's a pain so a lot of work it's a lot of work it's it's can be really discouraging yeah i never felt like i was in the inner circle of the band yeah keyboard player well no i mean in my band it was mean another person so not that but i felt like the scene was pretty unwelcoming of of me i guess yeah yeah young so this could be to worry about that gigging don't worry about anything right so you're at the gig came out and it was gone yeah so this bicycle was when i bought to replace the other at the time i mean the bike that i was writing when i was was you know in this accident wasn't really suitable to ride the pm with anyway i probably could have put different tires on it and changes in other ways and it what about okay so how did they get it well so i had it locked in front of the star market that is an packard's corner so like a stone's throw from where it happened and i came out of the venue at probably eleven forty five or so and i was waiting for black marble guys to show up so i could just like say hey i talked to them inside and i wanted to just connect with them again before they took off i wanted to see if they needed a place to stay because i live nearby so i walked over to go grab my bike and then walk back over to the paradise and it was gone so my helmet was on the ground and i immediately knew at that point is the first thing i noticed my helmet on the ground that something was wrong and how they get it so they cut through luck cut through it was a wimpy locked it wasn't the best lock i will i will admit that wasn't one of those steel bar wants and that was it it was it was a master lock cable lock and yeah like it was my rationale for it was it's light easy to carry around i probably will probably be okay be fine you wanna know how stupid i'm so stupid i'm criminally stupid i had a bike and i had one of those kind of cables and put it lasted to a parking meter and it was so stupid i didn't realize someone could just pick it up over so dumb i went to store to look at something came back it was gone they must've been laughing all the way to the top shop yeah i know i know just scoping look and my bike was flashy and it was brand new and yeah so brand name question one do you stay away from packard's corner oh yeah do do you have a sleeper by are you gonna sleep bike this really ugly but the guts of it are really good yeah batching about doing the duct tape thing where you just tape over the the brand name that's on the bike look like junker no one will touch it you can put something together yourself with great components.
"eight hundred" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cap of seventy eight hundred billion dollars that's the module amount of money that's not creeping it up right and it's but more than anything else i think if you go more broader is just again another very positive for the region global investors are being made to look at the region in conjunction with a couple of years ago with qatar now saudi and now kuwait there's an acceptance of the regional equity markets story this week has been abroad and that is something that continues to evolve into take shape how worried are you that this is going to be quite the hangover going into this earnings season as some of these companies revealed the true scope of their exposure yeah it's very unfortunate i think for me the biggest issue and i and i think as we look at it as is it really is cast a cloud or a shadow of of governance in the region you've got you've got certain news creeping in about x company with lendings balance sheet holdings with abroad and and the interlinkages that's not positive for governance what happened to those checks and balances what happened to those related party boards what happened to what happened to our auditing processes and this isn't unique to this part of the world but unfortunately we are getting the we all get in the spotlight driven by the abroad activities on this part of the world isn't we're hearing from a whole host of at corporates from automakers from from landrover jagger i think is the latest wanted talk about global trade for the let's just put it together in e c t r bush's the trading relationships for the united arab emirates trade wars and high that might impact sentiment here because we've seen it possibly within emerging market space but to what extent is gcc or you a little bit more insulated or or not maybe we're misinterpreting this well i wouldn't say it's insulated because don't forget at the end of the day it's simple as jebel ali port material part of the economy trading through jebel ali important component of that and and any kind of nervousness around trade starts impacting those trading volumes a large part of the exports of the regional partnerships from here to actually do end up being with china and the european union and they're the recipients of those tires from the us so so it's the contagion of that is definitely concerning everybody but you know there are a number of course essentials that operated this market because of the geography that we operated mothers africa doesn't essentials as necessities there's commodities coming out of africa using jebel ali port bill continued to carry through okay yet i mean china is the number to trading relationship and go to etr fascinating function you can see everything the trading relationships for the ambiance thank you so much for being with this morning that is jehangir managing director for the middle east and africa at neuberger bowman up next curious correlations unusual patterns in emerging markets and high you could benefit this is bloomberg think about your work is there any plan for them to sell them into the market how important it is to get it right you look at this one off to see what it takes to be the best at what you do anticipate that the momentum is going to pick up steam thinking what you're thinking there is sort of a chris pulled influence with over twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one.
"eight hundred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was calling for eight hundred years this norman it locks me away and imprisoned me as a child i won't address to that redress for that that's important clearly because you've pursued it with with determination but there's something else about you that fascinates me is this idea of forgiveness because you in another way as you've conducted your career writing and becoming a renowned poet you've also been on a longterm quest to find family to find your own birth mother makes sense of her life and her decisions and sort of half siblings that you have around the world and i'm surprised that you have framed that in terms of forgiveness rather than anger in a way is that no longer in i've been angry i've been incredibly angry and i've been hurt and i've come to realize that i'm not defined by my scars but by the incredib ability to heal and that forgiveness is part of healing and that it's really important that i forgive my foster parents and i forgive the social services here in england who stole my mother from me i even should forgive my mother because it's very difficult when an adult shells comebacks comes back to find you very difficult for her i think people watching this would probably want to believe is that when you found your birth mother and indeed when you went back to your foster parents much later in life when you become a very successful artists what perhaps we'd all like to believe is that you found relationships that were meaningful but you've found family in a way in these two different strands of your life did you.
"eight hundred" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Thousand eight hundred dollars on the line win that money you're gonna win it you don't want it this hour gonna win in twenty minutes there's bruno mars fm sandy your next chance to play west.
"eight hundred" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Eight hundred dollars eight hundred dollars executive how much what were the paddles no way a one hundred dollars for some panels were they used oh that's right you wouldn't you would not give you would never even the does diamond encrusted titles what did you say orestes oreste how do you say it is ross king four osfi laura steve oh yes wore off cns right soft you crystal clear swaki crystals entrusted to swaki softy crystal entrusted might funds yes yes lava covered what were you see those agree prescription by thing or about a hundred biker y you're not going to rush me off with a time of joel dumped get me out of your she personally but you go to hell you diet which again you down though had is a yeah you should have flourished the next line of the next one up on the woman on the chain ones look driver rickshaw dan when a trusted rickshaw let's go on let's go come on live roy late for my meeting he said his frist must smash muhlegg for my team well the folks that i know that are wise have real estate they have invested they have done it slowly but surely they don't have tons of money but now they do because they're wise and the way to do this is with lifestyles unlimited their amazing they've won every award you can think of in the uh home buying and a rental an apartment community ownership award sectors outta they've they went amal because of the best they've been doing this for twenty seven.
"eight hundred" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eight hundred forty horsepower that's a lot of choices do you want you just you know what you should do you should just make it look like a coffin because that's what's going to happen if you get that thing is going to go from his unita ninety and about four seconds i saw that today i was coming onto 24 and somebody was on a porsche and it's just so getting to see the person but you could smell the douches they went and they went down the the ramp to get onto 24 at about ninety i mean for they went from zero to ninety they were going and that they were like you know the if that speed the obviously must be somebody younger just it doesn't take much to flip occar over like that night i mean if somebody pulled in front of you and you jerked hard you not much further far they're on in that anyway so eight hundred forty horsepower so people are saying that they should ban this the national hot right association it's the world's fastest quartermile production vehicle and it and the automative news which is a a trade publication said they should ban the thing for uh for a ban on line three that's soldguaranteed dangerous of the common safety a motorist that as registration as a roadworthy automobile should be banned during the test demon covered a quarter mile in near winds wow and i don't know how fast i'm pretty sure my car takes about a minute core i have a two thousand nine accord okay that makes a weird noise over seventy anyway it that was the one hundred forty miles an hour it would go accelerates from zero to sixty and two point three seconds so i mean well you're accelerating something can happen mike pedestrian stephane affronted you see that that trucked in almost a decade that video omega you can find us on today show these kids are gonna get off their bus and they're running across the street on now i think is at the beginning of an any uh you'll give to goma got head of the truck drivers stopped at kids should be a pancake saw.
"eight hundred" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Five portions of fruit and vegetables which we thought was conducive with good health is now not enough we've got to double it had this come about yes it has been heck of a lot of confusion i've how exactly much we invite we should all aides and if any particular types especially beneficial because loss if companies like to use the health benefits of vegetables for marketing like in a circle cheaper foods and we're happy what this group of researches did they did something really call it's called a meta analysis so that's basically polling a lot of similar studies together in order to really detects benefits or harms of different things so in this particular instance looking for if there's any real benefits of eating more fruits and veg and they found fats eating more fruits and veges beneficial up to a points and they found fat i roll easing up to eight hundred grams of vegetables a day so that's the equivalent of maybe ten portions or not the way to visualize eight hundred grams is that is about the size of a life of threat that much vegetable that provided the maximum possible benefits against heart disease cancer in general mortality but any more than that made no real difference to mortality so eating more fruits and vegetables as good for that benefit doesn't increase exponentially said few eats kilos of vegetables you're not going to be going to live forever these easy to him if you so you five people will lead to if you say to him you have trump's maybe people will enough.