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Curry, Harris help 76ers stay alive, hold off Hawks 104-99
"Seth curry hit six three pointers and scored twenty four points as the top seeded seventy Sixers down the hawks one oh four ninety nine to avoid elimination Tobias Harris also had twenty four points including four free throws in the final thirteen seconds to protect the lead Jo Ellen beat added twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the seventy Sixers who will host game seven on Sunday we just kept telling each other you know forty eight minutes all your god before his full forty eight minutes seven oh so this will be hard to do before the hawks led by twelve in the first period and never trailed until the Sixers open the second half on a twelve all Ron hawks guard Trae young scored a game high thirty four points including a three pointer to pull that landed with a ninety four ninety three I'm Dave very
NASA's Second Hot Fire Test for the Artemis Moon Rocket
"Hot fire test was a critical milestone for nasa's artists. One mission. which will send an un- crewed spacecraft on a test flight around the moon and back to earth after the engines shut down earlier than planned during previous test of the s. l. s. corps stage nasa determined a second longer test would provide valuable data to help verify the core stage designed for flight. Here's meghan martinez propulsion test project manager at stennis to explain why these tests are so important you have to test like fly. So if you're going to put payloads on a rocket and send it into space you want to test the engine to make sure that s going to get where you're sending it safely. During this successful test. The core stage fired the engines for a little more than eight minutes just like it will during every artist launch to the moon
Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage Brings Humanity to Its Knees
"Was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
Humanity Brought to Its Knees With Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage
"Top story this week the world was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Top Carolina 2–1 for 2–0 Series Lead
"I drive that's Leschi stopped thirty one shots in the lightning took a two games to none lead by downing the hurricanes to one that's Alaska's performance came hours after he was named one of the three finalists for the Vezina trophy as the NHL's top goaltender he black Carolina until Andrei Svechnikov scored with ninety seconds remaining neither team scored until Alex killorn seven oh nine into the second period Anthony's rally provided what became the game winner just over eight minutes into the third I think that's a full team effort tonight and and you know everyone was was no caring caring themselves in and playing not your standard in and with the big enough like that's a huge win for us Alex the delicate which turned back thirteen shots for the hurricanes who will try to get back in the series on Thursday in Tampa on the ferry
Joel Embiid, 76ers Rout Wizards to Take 3-0 Series Lead
"Jo Ellan beat set a career playoff high with thirty six points as the seventy Sixers cruised to a one thirty two one oh three win over the wizards taking a three nothing lead in the first round series and beat scored twenty five points in the first half and finished fourteen of eighteen from the floor in twenty eight minutes before resting the entire fourth quarter Tobias Harris provided twenty points thirteen rebounds and five assists for the Sixers who shot fifty nine percent from the field and fifty two percent from three point range the top seeded seventy Sixers will go for the sweep in game four on Monday I'm the ferry
Simmons Leads 76ers Past Wizards; Westbrook Injured
"Points a game wizards go, Logan says. I'm not gonna say this is your fault. But the, uh well, you know what the Sixers playing good defense, the Wizards or not Right now, one of 7 to 83 Can the Sixers in control of this one just under eight minutes to go, Davis Bird thons fouling out of this game with you. No points, two rebounds. Russell Westbrook is out with the hurt his ankle. He has gone back to the locker room. Bradley Beal has 33 points. But this thing is pretty much over one of 7 83 Joel Embiid Ben Simmons each have 22 on the night for Philadelphia looking and take a 20 seriously before they come back to Capitol wondering on Saturday, which, by the way will be at the 50% capacity. So about 10,000 fans in the stands at the Wizard's going to need it is they're gonna be down. Oh to the
What to Do Before Negotiating Pay
"Everybody's searching how to negotiate a salary it's a big search engine phrase and so that's why we titled it how to negotiate but i want to make this clear. It really isn't a negotiation. We don't see companies. There's no trends. There's no data out there that supports that when you get a job offer now we start this high level or very intentional negotiation process really doesn't work that way. Can there be some back and forth absolutely. But by and large the data shows that most companies they have ranged if not a very specific number that they've attached to a position and so there might be some conversation to how badly they want you And how much flexibility they have there could be multiple pieces of conversation around it. But i'm choosing the word conversation on purpose is that's the way we want you to understand this framework. I'm about to give you a conversation. And i would view it as a conversation. Not negotiation two very different postures. Okay so i'm gonna hit the high level stuff here really quickly and again you can get the detail deep dive. it's only an eight-minute read of the article. How negotiate salary at ken. Coleman dot com number. One you've got to research what you're worth. The operate you weren't here is research not tell somebody. Well i'm worth this. Okay great. how do you know what what are you basing that on. 'cause you're a swell guy you're a fabulous gal. That isn't work. So what does it look like researching what you're worth. Hey you got to look at city. State wh-what salary ranges are in your particular region. You've got to look at your level of experience. You gotta look at your training and background. Do your homework
Louisiana Police Deny Black Man Who Died in Custody Was Alone for 48 Minutes
"Officials in Shreveport Louisiana a refuting claims that officers denied medical care to a black man who died in police custody in twenty twenty the family of Tommy McLaughlin junior filed a federal lawsuit in connection with his death they allege he spent forty eight minutes in a patrol car alone without medical attention the cloth and had three encounters with police on April fifth twenty twenty the day he died the lawsuit faults officers for missing signs of a mental condition known as excited delirium syndrome police admit using a taser pepper spray and a baton but they say that they were needed to subdue him lawyers representing the police officer say there's evidence they requested medical assistance and that help arrived within seventeen minutes I'm Jackie Quinn
Episode 213 Phantasm 2 Director's Cut - burst 09
"Oh my god that guy has been million thing. what'd you say. Name kenneth tigar. That's how i'm saying. He's an hundred seventy-one credits. Yep even the lethal weapon franchise. Oh yeah i love it. Also when you look at their trivia it's like had studied to be a surgeon but Started acting in crappy movies instead. This guy it says. He's got a master's from harvard. Dermot literature like what and yet. He's in like mr belvedere some. Yes i guess those guys get that calling and it's like the wanting to save people's lives and but you know in college us being lethal weapon said he's made a great career out of playing nobody his middle name leslie loan just get that out of the way. Also he is a movie that was on cinemax. I've probably seen five hundred times. Don't know what i mean. I do know why creator yes O'toole zoll go ahead and giggling his name one more time. Well i'm i'm getting ready to about thirty eight minutes of the way through creator and you see mariel hemingway's boobs while so have a feeling. That's why i've seen it so many times. But she's playing football and you see your boobs. She flashes the they're playing like flag. Football and child lashes the other team. Gotcha so okay my contribution to making note here watch thirty two seconds of creator period and circling it. Highlighting it and rub dolla. I don't mean book that
Durant Scores 33 Points in Return, Nets Beat Suns 128-119
"Kevin Durant poured in thirty three points on twelve of twenty one shooting in twenty eight minutes off the bench helping the nets are to one twenty eight one nineteen win over the sun's directness Brooklyn's previous three games after bruising his left side early in a loss to Miami last Sunday Kyra Irving paced Brooklyn with thirty four points and Blake Griffin added fifteen as the next move one and a half games ahead of the seventy Sixers Devin Booker scored thirty six points in the Andre eight medic twenty with thirteen rebounds for the sons who are tied for second with the clippers in the west and two games behind the jazz I'm Dave Ferrie
Hurricanes score 3 quick goals, top Predators 4-1
"There are hurricanes scored three times in an eight minute span to beat the predators for one Warren Foegele opened the scoring late in the first period before Andrei Svechnikov invits intro checked out in the first five and a half minutes of the second project says they couldn't afford a third straight loss if you want to be one of the best teams only gonna come every single night so even a like we did the last couple it's important to get back on track make sure plan our game especially this late in the season after Erik Haula netted a short handed goal midway through the third period Sebastian aho iced it with a power play score with two thirty eight remaining Peter morale as it made nineteen saves for Carolina improving to three oh one one since returning from a thumb injury that sidelined him for more than two months the hurricanes lightning remain tied for first in the central division I'm Dave Ferrie
Medical Examiner To Testify About George Floyd's Death
"Are testifying today in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, who's charged in George Floyd's death after video show Children kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest. Dr Lindsay Thomas, a former Hennepin County medical examiner. Wait in employees cause of death. This is a death were both the hurt and lungs stopped working, and the point is that it's due to law enforcement, subdural restraint and compression. The defense argues that Floyd's drug use may have led to his death. Chauvet is charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Texas business will
Pulmonary Expert Testifies Floyd Died From a Low Level Of Oxygen
"Hearing testimony today from a pulmonary expert and the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Then who's charged in George Floyd's death after video showed Jovan kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest the prosecution asked Dr Martin Tobin about what he thinks Floyd died up there. Floyd died. From a low level of oxygen, and this caused damage to his brain that we see and it also caused a PE a aerate man that caused his heart to stop and what caused the low level breathing is that issue in the trial, The defense is arguing Floyd's drug use led to his death. Death sparked worldwide protest against police brutality and systemic racism.
Inside the First Week of Derek Chauvin's Trial
"Sparked outrage and conversations about race and policing in the us this week the trial began for former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin chauvin facing second and third degree murder charges as well as a manslaughter. Charge after video. Showed him kneeling. On george floyd's neck during an arrest last may the video going viral which led to protests in the us and around the world during opening statements prosecutor. Jerry blackwell till the jury chauvin used unreasonable force on floyd for more than nine minutes even as paramedics arrived. Defense attorney eric nelson. There was a reason. Chauvin felt he needed to use that force. Abc's alex perez has more with the world watching the prosecution in the most closely followed police misconduct trial in generation beginning their case showing jurors the badge of the minneapolis police department highlighting the values it represents compassion and the sanctity of life. Mr derek chauvin betrayed this badge when he used excessive and unreasonable force up on the body. A mr george floyd that he put his knees upon his neck and his back grinding and crushing him until the very breath. No listen gentlemen until the very life squeezed out of you will learn what happened and that nine minutes twenty nine seconds the most important numbers you were hearing this trial nine to nine prosecutor jerry. Blackwell emphasizing this case is only about the actions of one rogue officer blackwell then preparing jurors for what they would soon see the video. That stunned america raw unedited and played for more than eight minutes. You will see
Baylor beats Arkansas 81-72 for first Final Four in 71 years
"Top seeded Baylor held off a persistent Arkansas team for an eighty one seventy two women and a trip to the final four the Razorbacks trailed by as many as eighteen points but pulled to within four with less than eight minutes to play five minutes later Baylor was up by thirteen Macy Teague led the bears with twenty two points Baylor hit eight of fifteen three point attempts the bears take a twenty sixteen to record into the final for the first trip to the big dance by Baylor since nineteen fifty Tom McCabe Indianapolis
NASA Mega Moon Rocket Passes Key Test, Readies for Launch
"The core stage of nasa's space launch system. The largest rocket element nasa has ever built recently. Fired its four engines on the stand at nasa's stennis space center in mississippi. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies in the people behind the concept that shape future. The hot fire test was a critical milestone for nasa's artists. One mission. which will send an un- crewed spacecraft on a test flight around the moon and back to earth after the engines shutdown than planned during previous test of the s. l. s. corps stage. Nasa determined a second longer test would provide valuable data to help verify the core stage designed for flight. Here's meghan martinez propulsion test project manager at stennis to explain why these tests are so important you have to test like fly. So if you're going to put payloads on a rocket and send it into space you want to test the engine to make sure that s going to get where you're sending it safely. During this successful test. The core stage fired the engines for a little more than eight minutes just like it will during every artist launch to the moon
Celtics' Mediocre Defense Allows the Bucks To Spring To Victory
"Doing participation trophies here. I'm confused like like it's it's not it's not a bismal but it's not commendable either. I don't think I mean that's what kind of where we're at is, it was they played I guess at the end of the day it was close enough to win. But I mean they had the, you know Club back from 25 down. Otherwise the Bucks did whatever they want. Nice game long. I mean it was I don't know that there was a lot of positives but you're right the the offensive the turnaround was spurred by little bit more defensive pressure. They did make them a little bit more uncomfortable. And when they started to get into that lead when they got it down into that 12108 range the defense definitely in that spell had turned things up a little bit but I mean on the whole over the course of Forty-Eight minutes, I'd say they play a horrible defense or 36 38 minutes and played pretty good for eight or ten. And
"eight minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Last night I was laying there with a fennel tea and I was flipping through the channels and I just let I found this new in the sense that lasts longer than like twenty minutes it's like a forty eight minute incense burner very thick smells like smells like a beautiful cozy warm holiday fireplace fire okay nice and I let it and I laid down about I was not comfortable laying against my headboard is like this is the end since he got from Theresa no no no don't all get all tell them a second from someone else oh oh no yes we have different incense people are anyway so I'm laying there and I don't know do you do you lay in bed to watch TV it depends yeah I got everywhere some trouble why not I don't know my neck hurts my back hurts something hard to I'm leaning at that I can get the pillows right yeah you get enough pillows underneath and then my head board is actually like material at fabric so I'm not as high and posh it's kind of nice and cozy like hard you should try to keep your bedroom I suggest not watching television I don't do it often I broke the rules last night anyway thank you any other suggestions for my decorum happy to take but anyway I'm laying there yes finally get comfortable and I'm flipping through the channels I found nothing I want to see on but how many commercials I know they're all over the highway the commercials are on everywhere cars around ribbons the songs are being played yes it's literally it's here and I got to I am happening now I'm having I'm excited about it the the marketers are Russian the holiday so we shall to is I'm in a rush now this is about sit back and be in the pocket and joint nine now I'm with yeah I think I'm gonna it's you know speed up my decorating I was gonna try to make it a thanksgiving with my bottoms the core top everything this is the big a tunnel is that a word Tom Tom Tom domino the bottom of the bowl of Bob no alright at some time all what to me you don't know I'm no you come down on me if you don't know either I wasn't coming down you know just trying to help you were trying to correct me so what is correct a terminal a Tom no yes is that right hi Tom no I don't know what I would just fall yeah make it easier well it was all but the thanksgiving fall spirits dance and now you're gonna you're gonna go to Christmas yeah are you guys we have Hanna be coming in today a she is going to be here we have another home town house so this one out of paramount but right now I'm gonna pay a bill in.
"eight minute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Me because we like you said we talked on how all season I mean I wouldn't talk to nobody but I mean but my teammates so is it's been great now look I'm gonna get a little bit of credit because he gathered himself that I think he was thinking about saying I know you right yeah he was certainly it went through his mind something went there is mine I'm with you my guy I hear yes the any any stopped himself right right but but there's no there's no reason to ask your name there's no reason to smirk when you hear the name yeah and and and you know it's okay for him to hold a grudge inside internally runner in when you're in that this is your real introduction to the world they had it live on NFL network this is your eight minute window where people are going to watch you and come to conclusions about whether or not they think you're a good guy or bad guy yeah and you throw in that little lapse and it's going to make people say okay he's just saying what he needs to say and deep down he's still that same guy who will say something horrible to somebody close to him if that person says something to him that he doesn't lie yeah he's got to find a way to wipe all those emotions away and not get personal with this whole thing and again go back to himself you need to grow right I mean Europe it is is you at the heart of the situation that is responsible for all this it it's your actions as your words the things you've done that our our they're making this woman broke I I don't know her last name I I miss that there but either way she's she has every right to ask those questions again you're a superstar in the NFL that's done some really shady questionable things don't be mad at a member of the media for doing something they're paid to do and it wasn't like it was like bad or you know just illegitimate are bad reporting or whatever it may be it was very much justified and yes you're right it's going to be better for Tyree kill to just get off that stuff don't get get over it they reported it I'm saying bad things about your Mike Florio said bad things about you you know why because you did bad things but just get it over and move on and like his mom said grow as a person he mentioned himself he has a bad history and yet does and we heard what he said and see that I can't reconcile taking responsibility for the horrible thing you said and then being mad at people who reacted to it out in a way that confirms yes it was a horrible thing to you said so the grudge and acting out of the garage doesn't match with this supposedly apology.
"eight minute" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So he says he personally removed all it from people who were victims of the polls nightclub shooting very specific to seventy seven bullets from thirty three people yeah there's just the medical field well well well what the pros at channel six in Orlando explain okay the Florida department of health confirms to news six McCarthy was licensed as a nursing assistant and that license expired in two thousand five Orlando regional Medical Center told us her name is nowhere in their records and tonight McCarthy is not offering up any explanation home she's not a doctor ever worked at the hospital where most of the victims were treated and she just got up in front of a bunch of people and lied to them about a horrific tragedy I think in that will help give me votes that's a sickness I don't know holy cow but I do again I do wonder where is the outrage from the usual suspects I mean if this lady has in our after her name I you have to wonder whether or not this would wind up being a bigger deal I don't even think you have to wonder we now yeah that's insane is it would not be so easy to wood to disprove though I mean I mean if you're going to make some crazy claim yes pencils like you said specific yeah number seventy seven bullets from thirty three people that is while yeah they don't let you just random people companies are removing bullets from people that doesn't happen well I mean using tragedy for political gain seems to be in season five you know why not it is done it again with the polls nightclub shooting Madonna what did she do that the fake she put out a new music video ed the clip clearly means to reference the polls nightclub shooting in Orlando I'll just read about this last night and as the video starts this is the story you are about to see is very disturbing shows graphic scenes of gun violence it's an anti gun video the song but it's happening every day and it has to stop so this eight minute video filled with they say like confusing time shift sometimes stamps getting to the on screen massacre pretty early in the clip and it's blood street and lifeless but sometimes visibly briefing bodies strewn across to disclose dance floor bar which are used as a B. speckled long haired gunman shoots down everyone in his path and then the video concentrates on the hours leading up to the bloodbath although even there no one is safe in Madonna's vision as she's being shown robbed at gunpoint on the street outside the club and then there's other shots including a children's choir accompanying a funeral with multiple coffins and all the it's just a big anti gun message I think guns need to be made illegal at the end of the video wow really needs to remain relevant somehow desperately yes this is a song called god controls of course it is I thought she just stood for peace and love and everybody should get together and we all should fight with each other and not controversy ocean should be singing acoustic songs I.
"eight minute" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Right. Like, I I don't know. I think I think in the first half from what it seemed it seemed like they were taking what the posing defense gave them. And it was I mean trying to think back to when the chiefs were rolling. It was almost embarrassing the chargers defense to the screens early. Yeah. They were they they called some fantastic screenplays in. I mean, some of their most one of their I think their first explosive play of the game actually came from one of those screen games that the play with those wasn't the problem. The second half play calling. I got to go back and watch. But I I didn't think it was it was up to the standards. And I don't think Mahomes mama's wasn't comfortable in the second half. Either. He fought through some lack of comfort and drove down the field and still put some points up. But I did not I did not feel comfortable watching that offense the entire time in part of that was was Mahomes too. He just he was kind of up and down. I will take four quarters of screen passes. If they work as well as they did for the first two quarters of this football, right? I mean, I I know it's not flashy, and you wanna see the big arm, and I get it. You wanna see cheat on a fly route? But if they're working and that that eight minute drive, they had an seven minute and fifty five second drive at one point in this football game in the second half. Which I thought was willing to bleed the chargers dry. I thought that was it. I thought this game is over after they got death. Just boom penalty chargers kicking themselves in the balls. Just giving Kansas City I down. It was a thirteen thirteen play seven minute and fifty five second drive and they threw the ball over the middle. They went to the sideline they use the screen. I didn't have a problem with any of the play calling up until the final series. It seemed like the chiefs had this game in control. And it wasn't really a lot of times people say tale to have. But I I would extend it even to the first drive of the second half. It really seemed like the game completely changed after that. When the defense came back on the field now without Eric berry. Yeah. Look felt different. They they they weren't for what? Ever is getting as much pressure. I don't know if they changed the game plan or water was the chargers adjustments. But it just after that chief drive that put them up twenty one to seven different ballgame. Wicky even on that that one seven minute fifty five second drive. Yes, she's had to convert. I think is at least two third intents. I did have problems..
"eight minute" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"eight minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"eight minute" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Portion of the game brought to you by Einstein brothers bagels stopped by for fresh baked bagel sandwiches or coffee at the store in east. Memphis on poplar. Einstein brothers bagels, proud supporters of your tiger. So the U of M closing the gap in yardage here. Three thirty two oh, eight possession time. I think getting a little bit better. It's only twenty nine forty five to thirteen. About at least a two minute. Fifteen drive and take a lead. Hi, you're down seventeen fourteen. I'll take a lead. Anyway, I could get it. If it's a one play Daryl Henderson eighty five yard run. Or if it's a, you know eight-minute clock eating drive, and you get on the board with six I'll take it doesn't matter. You just want to get on the board. Some kind of way, I think the Tigers wanna Powell they got Magnifico dykes Dikshit two tight ends under center Brady, right? From the five middle of the field. Anderson is you're running back. He played fixed a ham rolls to his right. Big pressure. Throwing news right for Magnifico. Incomplete. The ten yard line on the far sideline. There is trying to roll out the Joey that defensive end didn't take the fake it came up the field on Brady white Brady had to run a little bit farther than he wanted to and ran out of real estate on the pass to the tight end. Both both tight ends will leave and this time Brady white is in a shotgun in an empty backfield trips left to right. Kandar Ian, Jones deep man on the left side. Coke see on the right side. Second down and ten from the five years the snap and white throwing over the middle. There's nobody there. I think I don't know. He was looking for.
"eight minute" Discussed on KCRW
"To. Help you find my daughter you can't see things clearly if it wasn't for me. Now you you both be thinking right away, but because we didn't, run away, filmmaker, a niece Chagas, he had, spent his fair share of Time behind screens working for Google. But the idea to frame an entire movie on a laptop came. From an outside production company so there's this Russian filmmaker named team are Mamatov and he has a, production company called Basel and they had made a movie called on friend did take place on Very well did very very well which is why they wanted to follow it, up and they wanted to follow this with their thing screens yeah and this is still their. Thing and they wanted to do something that was basically a. Feature film that was comprised of a bunch of short films and they met with savage. I and we're like, pitched the idea was like I should tell this to my partner who works at Google, and does a lot of this and we came up with an. Idea for a short film eight minute version of this movie searching that we thought, was cinematic and cool and fun but most of all not a gimmick. And something that we felt honestly watching the other movies that were like they didn't really feel like they needed to be told this way they were, just felt like they were made because they could be told, this way and that was kind of a gap, for us to kind of cross but eventually we came up with an idea for an. Opening scene which is now the opening scene, in this film, that sort of goddess creatively invigorated and made us feel like know what we can do is. Could we not only cinematic and engaging in thrilling, but like new and fresh reveal of the, family of John husband little girl grows out we'd like to call it It up meets Google commercial takes you through basically sixteen years at, a family's life has told that they're using and this is somewhat lost. On me because I'm technologically borderline illiterate okay not not literate but not great let's just say like oh some of this is old stuff like if, you re progressing along with the development of the internet of, different services and Twitter comes into existence and so, forth through that in that montage Twitter in that one Facebook is face to face becomes. In mice space goes away We had like a thousand other ideas to, for for those moments but we live at a point where new. Enough. In our technological, era to basically. Have just so much, head, of us and we're old enough. To have genuine nostalgia for non ironic nostalgia and and I think that's what we wanted to milk with with the opening montage so the initial idea of, turning that eight-minute thing into a movie you did, not like no. Not at all Because he said it's a commit it just yeah it felt, like we would, we, were being asked to stretch something right back into a gimmick again and most of all, make a film because another movie was a hit as opposed to our movie having any artistic merit to. Exist it's not that I was afraid of a challenge but like it can only be unconventional if it's supporting a better and more emotional story the other way around and. And it was until we found the. Other way around that I felt like hey the the. Means that were telling the story is actually just going to improve the story not. Just have a story kind of happened to fit, into this and trying, to figure out the sequence because at some point you acted. Out you unleash acted out every role and. I'm really trying to visual his is that gonna be on the. DVD extras for this movie they try to get it on there I recently saw a sneak peek of feature at that they're doing on the Blu Ray and they cut to it. A, couple of times so backstory is in order to make this movie which is a. Very very technically complex movie that took about two years to edit, not only are we animating, everything on this Screen but on top of it, all, there's a camera that's showing. Specifically what we want on the screen it's not always like we're not, on a wide shot the whole time so in order for us to understand what we're making we, basically made the film seven weeks. Before even shooting at and this idea to start, we hired the editor seven weeks before and they started screen capturing the internet and everything and basically it's seven weeks later we ended up with an hour and forty minute cut, of the movie, starring, me playing every single role in the film dad the daughters friends the daughter that detective, everybody and it was extremely important for us to know how to make the movie but be you know. It's John's is were watching his face or watching the entire film almost and he needs to know where every button is where every cursor needs to go every icon pops. Up wherever he faces popping up so. I lead z to be perfectly matched and we need. To do that in order for him to have a little more of a clue. To what he was doing so they come to, you and say here's, the thing that is going to be all on screens and. You say did that's exactly what I said I loved the script I just wasn't sold, on doing, it on, screens and in fact even during the filming the movie against saying why. Don't we drop this whole screen business so that was a turn off for me. I think I was just scared also I was. I don't know how to do this it, doesn't match up to any experience I've had I don't know how I can bring my experience to bear on this project shot. This way and frankly you know when, he and I spoke it was over the telephone and we, just didn't it, was not a love connection because How was the date for you Nerve. Wracking. There was no love, connection okay and so. You know voted for you guys Yeah thank you audience. He didn't take my no we came back and it was really. My questions for him? When, we finally met, were house is going to be a movie. What, made you believe well couple of things his insurance that we were making cinema, then Secondly it, was this agreement that we would pay real attention to making these characters real and authentic and focus on the emotional beats rather than. The tech of, it all just. Needed to make sure that, we're on the same page and then lastly was. Initial self I was impressed by him and then I. Just sort of caught his. Enthusiasm. He's he's a guy, that I get loud And I. Liked him and, I said you. Know I feel like this, is maybe your agent have to say just made. Him, just beat him I didn't like him I think, my agents were like if you're into do it if if, you're not there's no reason to. Do something you're not Don't do it, why, why try that so when you're, thinking of casting I, dunno I, mean Debra, messing and John who came first John, Kim I we wrote the raw? For. John so, it was just I mean he, was you've done so much work already basically and you think John's. The one yeah, I, mean we are philosophy of writing? David Kim as the. People we are not just thinking about the script it's just like okay who can we actualize this with and it was John it was always John and we. Wrote the role for John and Ken because John's Korean-American and Johnny to be I because there's. A whole family component around him so we need to get the green light on John before we started casting with specific parameters and then Debra came after and, for the, reasons I love as well as just. How against type that role is. You're used to hurt on big, and funny you know and, here she is contained, in dramatic even the hair is, content yet Contain so it, did she, react like John or with no I. Was ready this time you know Yeah I.
"eight minute" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The department of public safety and eight-minute fight between DPS troopers and a suspect on the I. Ten and Avondale last night, leaves one trooper dead. We're now learning more about. The suspect DPS Colonel Frank. Millstone says he has no criminal record he's an. African American male he's twenty years old his name is Isaac king he has mental health history apparently he was on medication for anxiety and depression no. Word yet on how the suspect was able to get the. Weapon from another trooper on the scene shooting and hitting trooper Tyler at. An Hoffer he had been on the force for just fifty two days he was in his last week of training and engaged to. Be married the concerns of police survivors also known as cop says they're ready to provide moral support to, the family, of the fallen DPS trooper, we help them with a number of things with moral support with helping them put, together benefit information to you. Know Just getting through the day jammed Lasser church with cop says the organization is made up. Of. Families of, survivors legal battles. Continue after the strange. Case from the summer of two thousand fifteen when eight cars were hit with bullets route the valley governor Doug Ducey will not have to give deposition over phone calls made between him. And DPS over the alleged conclusion to the I ten freeway shooting case a district judge ruled. Lawyers for the man once, charged in the case. Leslie Mary junior would not. Be able to get any. Valuable information by questioning the governor over the calls. The judge says the attorneys could still get information from others who work the investigation there have been no arrests since marriage juniors released after seven months. In jail the case remains unsolved Ali vetnar KTAR news monsoons. In the northern part of the state have created wildfires after lightning started. Flames on the north of the Grand Canyon over the past few days fire crews are actively working out three fires within the national. Park the OB fire started five days ago and is still burning on the far south west corner of, the plateau Above OB point smoke is visible throughout the park but there are no closures let's, get a check on traffic here's Bradley Jay from the valley Chevy dealers traffic. Center Ashley we have a crash reported now. On state route, fifty one southbound approaching the mini stack no I haven't spotted on the cameras just yet doesn't mean this out there also picking up the wreck on thirty Fifth..
"eight minute" Discussed on Reply All
"Eric hey hey this is alex how you doing how you doing man i'm good eric lives in california near la and about a year and a half ago he started working at this company that sells household stuff on amazon so what did you know about this company when you started working there like think why did you choose this job to apply to to be honest it was really close to where i was living like eight minute drive and it just seemed like it was okay it wasn't a terrible job so i just said i tried out so part of their job was to push this one product and it is not a product that i expected to be like a product where there's fierce competition it's a thing called organic wool dryer balls what are wool dryer ball i had the same question apparently they're like a natural reusable alternative to fabric softener he supposed to make it so when someone goes on amazon and searches for wool dryer balls his company's dryer balls of the first ones that come up and being number one is a big deal because you get way more sales in that spot i actually talked to a seller who told me that they were selling five times as many of their product in the number one spot as they were in the number four spot but there was this problem which was that his bosses for awhile now had been using a very specific strategy to gain the amazon algorithm so they noticed that if your product was in a lot of amazon carts and wishlists it would move up in the rankings so they hired a bunch of guys in bangladesh to just sit in front of their computers all day and ads the company's dryer balls to their carts add them to their wishlists just click on their listings and just leave them there never check out but just leave them in the cards and just like dryer balls like these people in bangladesh schussed like they're like try brawls more dryer balls yeah and for a while this approach is really successful at fooling the algorithm but then it seems like amazon figured out what people were up to because eric says that one day the trick to stop working and is it like one day they used to be at the top of the search results in the next day suddenly they posited yes okay but airs company pretty quickly figures out the new thing that will send you to the top of the search results which is user reviews so they need to get as many reviews as possible which is actually pretty hard because the reviews that matter to the algorithm are the ones that are left by people who actually bought the thing that they're reviewing so we would hire a contractor in china okay and then they would get a bunch of fake accounts that are tied to random address in the united states right all over like virginia washington doesn't matter but but then the product would actually get shipped to those addresses so the package get ship randomly to address in the united states and the contractor that they hired would leave a glowing review for each of those products that they sent out that was the thing we saw a few months ago getting all these emails people were like i don't know why i've just been getting random boxes of random amazon product that's what that was yeah like when people say like hey why did i just receive amazon package will hula hoops it was because some amazon hulahoop seller had bought some fake reviews in of course that means that his company was actually losing a lot of money for each review you take a loss you pay for the product and you loose actual product so does it become worth it because every listing that we had okay for the wool drive as an example even though we spent like i don't know what that.
"eight minute" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Last one to sign on he's probably the most enthusiastic about it i've he's sat through six screenings and is always laughing the loudest at the movie so give us a sense for like when you started performing what else was happening in the rap world when you entered any well so our lyrics were seen as political and i say seen as political because they were however i think that all of all of this stuff is political everything we talk about this political and only the things that disagree with the status quo are called political which ends up kind of lying to us because then we think that the status quo is what should be or what's regular and it stops us from thinking anyway so it was at a time when supposedly political rap was over with this was years after public enemy had been out and also we didn't fit the mold of what people thought west coast rap was supposed to sound like talk about so their labels always had a hard time putting us into a genre that they could easily sell so before you made your new movie your first feature film you were in a lot of music videos with your group the coup do you have a hand in directing music videos because you wanted to be a filmmaker so at first we're on a big label you know that was my thing i was like i went to film school the label would say okay if you direct the video since you don't have experience you know here's your budget way down here and if you let this other person directed then you've got a budget way up here and wanting to promote the wanting to get the best video possible that's what we went with was the other directors but i was very involved in that again from the treatment to camping out in the editing room we i did co direct one video which is an eight minute long story song called me and jesus the pimp in seventy nine granada last night and where we had roger gwen of your smith play jesus the pimp and yes so i did that and then you know with some of our other videos i was involved in various ways but no only co directed that one did the music video was your band was in help prepare you at all for making your new movie serta bother you well i'll tell you what i told investors that they did but it's a it's a different art form and so there were all sorts of things that i just was worried about that i didn't know like okay if you have a scene and there's twelve extras going up and down the street who's the person that tells them to go and stop you know little things like that a lot of those questions also got answered because i went to the i took part in the sundance labs and then forced people to be my mentors in other cases my guest is boots riley he wrote and directed the new satirical film sorry to bother you he also fronts the hip hop fan the coup his music is used in the film after a break we'll talk about what went through his mind as the band's tour bus rolled off a print and i'll tell us about growing up the senate activeness kevin whitehead will review a new release of a previously lost nineteen sixty three coltrane studio session with his court tat i'm terry gross and this is fresh air nominee mortarshell dumping what the jeff you defector david betcha critic the neubauer family foundation supports whyy's fresh air and its commitment to sharing ideas and encouraging meaningful conversation support for npr comes from this station and from neon.
"eight minute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Loudest at the movie so give us a sense for like when you started performing what else was happening in the rap world when you enter well so our lyrics were seen as political and i say seen as political because they were however i think that all of all of this stuff is political everything we talk about this political and only the things that disagree with the status quo are called political and which ends up kind of lying to us because then we think that the status quo is what should be or what's regular and it stops us from thinking anyway so it was at a time when supposedly political rap was over with this was years after public enemy had been out and also we didn't fit the mold of what people thought west coast rap was supposed to sound like talk about so their labels always had a hard time putting us into genre that they could easily sell so before you made your new movie your first feature film you were in a lot of music videos with your group the coup did you have a hand in directing the music videos because you wanted to be a filmmaker so at first we're on a big label that was my thing i was like i went to film school the label would say okay if you direct the video since you don't have experience you know here's your budget way down here and if you let this other person directed then you've got a budget way up here and wanting to promote the wanting to get the best video possible that's what we went with was the other directors but i was very involved in that again from the treatment to camping out in the editing room we i did co direct one video which is an eight minute long story song called me and jesus the pimp in a seventy nine granada last night and where we had roger gwen aveer smith play jesus the pimp and yes so i did that and then you know with some of our other videos i was involved in various ways but no only co directed that one did the music video was your band was in help prepare you at all for making your new movie serta body well tell you what i told investors that they did but it's a it's a different art form and so there were all sorts of things that i just was worried about that i didn't know like okay if you have a scene and there's twelve extras going up and down the street who's the person that tells them to go and stop you know little things like that so a lot of those questions also got answered because i went to the i took part in the sundance labs and then forced people to be my mentors in other cases my guest is boots riley he wrote and directed the new satirical film sorry to bother you he also friendly hip hop fan the coup he's music is used in the film after a break we'll talk about what went through his mind as the band's tour bus rolled off a cliff and i'll tell us about growing up this kevin whitehead will review a new release of a previously lost nine hundred sixty three coltrane studio session with his court tat i'm gross and this is fresh economic benia punk mortar shell a catch jeff thank you right becky the kid perfect critic the neubauer family foundation supports whyy's fresh air and its commitment to sharing ideas and encouraging meaningful conversation support for npr comes from this station and from neon.
"eight minute" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Performances on the table it's like tell me if this is true you you'll know in the first quarter you'll set the tone you'll go by somebody once and then it's right i know i can do that and then you just kind of get everyone else involved but he kind of keeping your back pocket you've you had games whereas like he's in score seventy wouldn't shoot for eight minutes so you you kind of feel the game out and you do what you need to do but you don't feel the need to dominate the game and get the hell out of my way i'm shoot thirty five shots you never do that no no no but i i say that as evolve as a as a player i think that the management of the game has become a little bit better because you know you're gonna need your teammates at the end of the game show in order to have them get a rhythm i know that okay this is a particular player or defender i'm going against that i can take advantage of any anytime i want and right you know i could i could shoot this shot right here every single time down but the i have to make it easier for other guys well like that that management of the game has to be easy for them just and that's what i've learned as as being one of the one of the players on the team especially with boston like we had young is you know they're they're you know just trying to do everything at once yeah and i'm like is like just ease into it like the it's a long game forty eight minute game that's that's an eternity man so like the first six minutes i'll know like okay this is big time if it's a big time high level game i know i have to put my mark on the game right away just set the tone and then for the rest of game you just manage it is ao this is my favorite thing about as at thomas he would just get everyone us about forty four minutes and we had take over the last four the most fun yeah and the stats it's funny because we're so stats obsessed now and then people start comparing rosaiah thomas it's only twenty points a game during the two title runs and it's like yeah but he could have scored thirty five gave the whole point was she gave up the fifteen point sogame to the other dudes because he knew is better for those guys and he could always score when he wanted to see i did see signs from that from you last year at a young team hey word in five minutes it was tough that was you were affected even the next game it took you like a week to share that off it seemed like i just was pissed i was pissed i was pissed for our team in more or less for gordon you know what i mean it was like he was just now starting to get a rhythm in preseason and then you know there's just it was just tough it was tough and then i'm the one that threw the pass so i was just like you know for the alleyoop and i was like i was holding onto that for a while i was just like hambro like at the time i you know and i not i'll take responsibility i'll take part of the responsibility but he was wasn't really open saw way over there and then just came down wrong i'm like like athletic nudged that knocked them off balance to just like man and then as i was i'm still sick about it it just was like man we we because we had a really good training camp like really good training camp and the preseason games weren't even going to be the like the factor to germany how we how great we're gonna be i knew it from the first day yeah like because the challenge of forming this team wasn't really hitting us we had already come from different situations like j b jalen brown didn't play last year as much yet he played in the eastern conference finals marcus is coming up year where we're playing these covers finals he has big game against us game.
"eight minute" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"It will you know it will to try and get drink trying drive find a big on this mt full of all these people oh let's go it'd be the city types volunteer says he folded up the shops are empty there's nothing is going to be a massive q of the bicycle helmet shelf it's just you know getting the this one just of chef spree avenue covent garden end where we could you could get get how far i want to take to walk on eight minute walk eight minutes aids marathon minute joke cycle without the helmet that's the point of got to be safe could make a temporary helmet you could cycle david stop talking just woke bit far gas machado made what do anything how many minutes how many minutes six what five minutes for three minute will three three minutes like us nobel the should just go out hits easy peasy lemon squeezy sorry there's somebody outside not got distracted i'm i'm going to be honest i was distracted by that women's bottom k it it's very destructible i never comes seven got an iphone bottom james she's she's not oh it's staving myron right now looking at stayed on the window bye bye no i will i do want to cycle who knows this could be the making of meeting probably what cycling is very popular and healthy thing to do 'cause it doesn't put any strain on your knees right lovely bike very lookie rally of gifted me this lovely bike that's rally rally bikes does rally to ten so i bet that could make you one which didn't do it could made do when i've looked can make it they make them make a ship she's me a cuts shut who gets a bait that now.
"eight minute" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To five some pretty interesting comments on that twenty eight minute video from the serial bomber very not no remorse whatsoever no no indication of why then he was a troubled kid right he just was angry about something and wanted to set these bombs the statesman has managed to catch a few excerpts of this and one of his quotes is i wish i were sorry but i am not yeah very clearly no remorse for any human life tax didn't pick anybody anybody in no in fact barely even made mention to the victims except to acknowledge very briefly that yes i have caused death i have caused permanent injury i have ended families forever and beyond that pretty much it's just acknowledge it's not an apology i know the damage i did because i did it because i wanted to do it now that's about it i do think it's it was fairly interesting that you know he basically admits that it was his own era gance feeling untouchable that he he kind of led police right to him walking in that fedex store with that fake wig and those gloves on and the two boxes and surveillance footage catching his face catching his license plate i mean he knew right then okay i made a big mistake cocky because he got away with it a few times i thought he could lose the police and so essentially a you know he was saying that video to at the moment he felt the heat closing in going to walk into a crowded mcdonald's and blow himself up i wonder if he was going to indeed try to make his way to mcdonald's realize he's not gonna make it that far considering all of the terror that he caused i mean for three weeks.
"eight minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And and weird so the big fan of pacing and the timing was so good and it was so specific he seemed so confident like and i know his zone is that he is not confidence would have nerdy here yeah he's nerdy his neurotic but on stage you will tell these long stories that were so idiosyncratic and strange they've been like these eight minute long story is where like a minute and you're like oh if this is at work i have seven more awful minutes coming up but you know he he he did it i i really admire that uh what is judge of jet epa meant to you jet has been a great mentor and the biggest thing the judge has taught me as well he taught me to trust myself because that can be very easy to doubt yourself and think like oh maybe i shouldn't be doing there shouldn't be doing that and jet also said that you can in a movie you can express whatever you want to express and you don't have to figure it out or tired up in any way seat he he said in an example like in the movie for a long time when i was reading the script i wouldn't write anything about religion at all out of raise them very religious and suggest it was like why why don't you mention why don't you talking about religion announced like i don't really know what to say about it and he was i just say that just say that it's complicated and you don't know how you feel about it so that's what we put in the movie he has his holds philosophy is just shell people's struggles you don't have to show them overcoming those struggles you don't have to show them wrapping up those struggles you don't even have to show them understanding of federal judges have show people having the struggle having those struggles he said the question is important the answer is not and as such the theory we have here the the is is writing for comedy writing for stand up different than writing the script for mood or is it a series of one london strung together no it's very different withstand up you know this kind of no rules i could do a bit i can do a joke that the minute long and that's it and.