35 Burst results for "Eighteen Seconds"

18 Seconds Into Hell

Coronacast

01:43 min | Last month

18 Seconds Into Hell

"Friday. The twenty eighth of may water week. Teagan yeah absolutely. I mean how how hots are got two people in melbourne and victoria. Going to look down again. It's nothing Nothing nice about that. And of course. We know her that the these outbreak and the subsequent lockdown with seated out of high to- corentin in south australia. Yes so that's the that's the story here is a state gets shut down because of a leak in hotel quarantine in south australia. New south wales was lucky. A few weeks ago with the man who became positive clearly got mortar corny. But they still don't know how and they could have had a bad spread there. They were just lucky that they didn't get bad spread. It wasn't it wasn't contact tracing. That saved us there in use. Is we always say damon. New south wales was simply. That obviously didn't have a spreader here and has been a spreader in victoria so in hotel quarantine. That's what we need to focus on right so let's just talk about. We have a little bit more information more detail about what happened in south australia. And it's not pointing the finger at south australia's a state where this happened. And we've got a situation where we had people in adjacent rooms at the end of a corridor and a medi hotel and they think the transmission might have happened in a window as short as eighteen seconds between doors opening and closing. Yes there was a a man who was becoming positive but they didn't know that it probably should have known that because the person who was sharing a room with them previously did become positive. So there's always at high risk of being positive open. The door eighteen seconds to get a meal was unclear whether he was wearing a mask or not and in eighteen seconds later the door to the other man who is the man who went to melbourne. His door opened his meal and that presumably was enough to transmit the virus.

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A Terrifying Medical Mystery in New Brunswick

The Big Story

01:58 min | Last month

A Terrifying Medical Mystery in New Brunswick

"This is the big story. Amanda coletta covers canada for the washington. Post hey amanda hi jordan. Can you begin by telling me about allier. Moreau and what he does share so dr ali muraro is an urologist hospital in moncton new brunswick and he is now sort of the lead person who is treating people in this cluster And also sort of leading the investigation into what is causing it when you say cluster. Maybe back up a bit and tell us what's happening out there. What are they looking at. So officials in new brunswick and federal officials have identified. What is being called the new brunswick cluster of neurological syndrome of unknown cause These are cases of a sort of mysterious neurological syndrome. And we can discuss sort of the symptoms shortly But the cases are mostly in the moncton area in the acadian peninsula. Though officials have identified to the public which specific towns are areas have cases so far there are forty eight cases under investigation. Six people have died though there still some testing being done to determine sort of definitively whether this mysterious syndrome was the cause of those stats. The youngest person in the cluster is eighteen. The oldest is eighty-five. The cases are split evenly between men and women. This subjects for most of the people in the cluster started in two thousand eighteen. Two thousand nineteen and two thousand twenty but at least one case was identified sort of Retrospectively last year and that person sort of had symptoms while before that so. What

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Randle, Rose lead Knicks to win over Grizzlies

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Randle, Rose lead Knicks to win over Grizzlies

"Julius Randle scored twenty points and Derrick rose at a twenty five on eleven fifteen in the next twelve win in their last thirteen games one eighteen one oh four at Memphis R. J. Barrett added fifteen points for New York which guaranteed itself a winning season for the first time in eight years the Grizzlies received five technicals in a span of eighteen seconds to seal the loss the next room a one and a half games ahead of the hawks were fourth in the east and home court advantage in the first round Dillon Brooks scored twenty five for Memphis what rookie Desmond bane added twenty two for the Grizzlies who drop to ninth in the west I'm the ferry

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One year on: What have we learned about viruses since news of COVID-19

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:12 min | 3 months ago

One year on: What have we learned about viruses since news of COVID-19

"Is a year since the world. Health organization declared a global pandemic and the world's began to adopt the lockdown status. That we are now so familiar with and according to the. Who also face the prospect of the pandemic staying with us until at least the start of next year. So what have we learned or dr. chris. Smith is multiple twenty-first health and science correspondent and a regular voice on one twenty four. Good morning chris. Well i remember this time last year. We were having a very similar conversation about the world going into lockdown. And he said we've got a book on bird flame. We're having a meeting. I think we might be all right. How how things out for you. In what respect. Because i if you look at different aspects of of how my life has played out then busy would be the best definition. But but i have a career which is a media career and providing science and medical commentary on things like pandemics at the same time. I have a medical career. Which is vera gist. So it's a bit like someone took. Ill musk's big effing rocket and place like no one on each leg and just ignited the same time i appreciate i. I've been very busy and in some respects. It's been an exhilarating terrifying right for others. It's obviously been devastating in terminal respect as well as in a sort of economic respect. So i think everyone is fed very differently. But maybe that wasn't what you were asking. Well let's focus on the variety section of it there. Is this sense of trying to be prepared. I think there's a feeling that many people had this time last year that we didn't know what was around the corner but the everybody was doing their absolute utmost to make sure that they could be as ready as they could be. What was it that we learned about viruses and how to deal with them within in the last year. We'll know not the golden rule book for anything night this because every situation is different every viruses different. And we'd never had a situation like this. We'd had similar situations. We've had flu outbreaks before and we'd had saws marquand the ancestor. That came in two thousand eighteen. Two thousand and three off of saul's sauce covey too but we hadn't seen anything quite like this as a result the there is no golden rule. Book says when this happens. This is how you handed of course. Also every country's different every population is different than makeup of those countries is different the way in which people work how they live what they do as a country how they respond as country. The letter prepared misses. The country is different. The amount of travel that goes on between countries is different. So it's really tricky. When you've got that extremely heterogeneous makeup of the world which makes a great place. of course. it's very difficult to then say. Well this is how you control something because there is no evidence to fall back on apart from things they'll related but not the same and when you've got that difference and it's a fluid situation where it's always a moving target because as we might one step forward things change the then mean. The virus takes a step foot. We've seen that with the various example. It's been tricky all the while it's been a massive learning process at every stage to work out how we can best out this challenge and we are not there yet. I mean my my mistake. My biggest mistake. I think was anticipating that we would have solved this problem by now. I honestly thought that by now We we would have been on the road closer to home for

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Letang scores late in OT, Penguins beat Islanders 4-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Letang scores late in OT, Penguins beat Islanders 4-3

"Kris letang scored his second goal of the game at four thirty four of overtime to close out the penguins sixth win in eight games for three over the islanders Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist Jeremy can also scored and Tristan Jarry made twenty four saves in Pittsburgh's fourth win in five meetings with the aisles this season McCann tied it at three just eighteen seconds into the third New York wasted leads of two nothing in three to two before falling to six so one two at home Brock Nelson had a goal and an assist for the islanders who remain the only NHL team without a regulation home loss this season I'm the ferry

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The next of 1,000 cuts: Hong Kong activists on trial

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:31 min | 4 months ago

The next of 1,000 cuts: Hong Kong activists on trial

"Rock. It's a scene. That's becoming ole too familiar in hong kong this week more pro. Democracy activists are on trial before appearing in court. One of the accused lee. Cheuk yan said hong kong's rule of law is deteriorating because he became a in some political him eight other profile figures have been charged with organizing and participating in an unauthorized. The charges stemmed not from hong kong's draconian new national security law but from the protests prior to its introduction in june twenty nine thousand nine millions of hong kongers began taking to the streets. They were opposing and extradition bill but they saw as a grave threat to the territory's delegate independence from the mainland government over months. The demonstrations escalated vandalism and violence were met with tear gas and rubber bullets. This week's training focuses on one particular protest so on august. Eighteen two thousand and nineteen mole than one million. People gathered to protest despite very heavy rain that day. Su lin wong is a china correspondent for the economist and is based in hong kong so the police had granted permission for people to protest in victoria park but they weren't granted permission to march on the streets but because there was so many people showed up inevitably people flowed out but the eight hundred august protests. Actually marks the first tig free weekend in a month so really was extremely peaceful. Compared to many of the protests that had come before it and so if that days protests remained peaceful wire or activists on trial for for being a part of it. They're nine high profile activists who on trial charged with organizing and participating in unauthorized and so they faced penalties of up to five years in jail. It's important to know that they haven't been charged under the national security law which was introduced after up. These protests occurred so the prosecution is accusing these group of defying police. Instructions encouraging crowds to watch and causing traffic disruptions. While the defense doesn't contest the facts that helped to organize and participate in the peaceful assembly. What they're arguing is that. The charges violate a basic right to assembly guaranteed under hong kong law and they are challenging the constitutionality of the polices ability to ban assemblies especially when the protests were directed at the police themselves. And you say that all the defendants are are high profile. Parts of hong kong's democracy movement. Yes so interestingly. This particular case is focused on an older generation of pro-democracy activists in hong kong who are generally considered to be moderate and who believe in trying to change the system from within by for example running for parliament in contrast to a younger generation of protesters who we saw take to the streets in two thousand nine hundred eighteen. So the fact that it's it's this group of older per democracy campaigners indicates the dominant is trying to crush the democracy movement as a whole as opposed to going after particular protesters who a particularly violent the two most high profile defendants in this case. Are martin land. Jimmy lai so muslim is considered the father of the democracy movement in hong kong. He's now eighty two years old. The other high profile figure is jimmy. Lai who is a media tycoon and runs a pro-democracy tabloid in hong kong and his despised by the chinese communist party. And so how do you think this trial will go so two of the nine have pleaded guilty to the charges and the remaining seven have pleaded not guilty to the sentence for the to pleaded. Guilty is expected next month and then the trial for the seven. He pleaded not guilty. Expected to last two weeks and so courts in hong kong still have a relatively high degree of autonomy and as a high standard of evidence it's expected in cases so people hoping that the courts will will still remain as independent as they were known to be prior to the protests as you say targeting these fathers and mothers of democracy in hong kong is quite telling so i think the outlook for democracy in hong kong is extremely grim and while some supporters did rally outside the court on tuesday since the national security law was introduced me last day. Her beam very few protests harshly because of covid restrictions but also because there has been a real layer of fear that is settled across the city. People have been arrested for holding up blank posters and slogans that we heard all the time on the streets in two thousand and nineteen have now being labeled seditious

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Penguins top Islanders 4-3 on Crosby's shootout goal

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Penguins top Islanders 4-3 on Crosby's shootout goal

"Evgeni Malkin scored with eighteen seconds left in regulation before Sidney Crosby provided a long shoot at tally in the penguins four three win over the islanders the house was three times the last coming on MapR cells goal was six twenty five remaining in the third Casey DeSmith like New York after that making five saves in overtime and three more stops in the shootout Bryan rust and Zach Aston Reese also tallied for the penguins who won for only the second time in six games while ending the islanders two game winning streak I'm Dave very

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Henry passes 2K, Titans beat Texans 41-38 on late field goal

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Henry passes 2K, Titans beat Texans 41-38 on late field goal

"Just a day after his promotion from the practice squad Sam Sloman clinch the Tennessee Titans first AFC south title since two thousand eight by kicking a thirty seven yard field goal with no time left on the clock in a forty one thirty eight win over the Houston Texans the Titans had the ball at their own twenty five yard line with eighteen seconds to play but Ryan Tannehill he AJ brown for fifty two yards to set ups woman's game winner Derrick Henry completed a two thousand yard season by rushing for two hundred and fifty yards on thirty four carries and two touchdowns Adam schooling Houston

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Singer FKA twigs sues Shia LaBeouf for sexual battery

Hard Factor

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Singer FKA twigs sues Shia LaBeouf for sexual battery

"Buff as a little too intense in. His romantic relationships. Wouldn't have suspected that seem so. Chill normal that guy. He's not obviously and now his former girlfriend. F f k. A twigs is suing the actor and accusing him of sexual battery assault and relentless abuse. According to the lawsuit that was filed. This past week in los angeles f k twigs is a thirty two year old british singer. Whose real name is talia deborah barnette and she dated lable for year two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen

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YouTube Launches TikTok Rival in the Only Market Where TikTok is Banned

Business Wars Daily

03:13 min | 9 months ago

YouTube Launches TikTok Rival in the Only Market Where TikTok is Banned

"The first rule of facing off against a big competitor is find a market where you have an advantage. That's why Youtube chose India to test its new shorts announced last week. It's an inapt feature that lets users make fifteen second looped videos with graphic sound effects and music. Sound, familiar well, it's meant to compete with Tik Tok the short video app that seems to be everywhere these days everywhere except India that is we'll get to that in just a moment youtube is trying to set shorts apart from and court creators away from rival Tiktok in a few key ways, I video site is touting its reach more than two billion monthly users also shorts. Icons are prominently displayed on the Youtube. APP. To get people use it more traffic to the site means more potential is on your video and that can amount to big money for some short form content creators in its announcement. Youtube even hinted that it's the Oh. Gee of short form video noting that the very first Youtube upload was in eighteen second clip called me at the zoo. Of course youtube is the only social media company making a run at Tiktok in August instagram launched instagram reels like it's short-form friends reels also lets users create fifteen second loop videos with all the bells and whistled and like Youtube instagram integrated reels into its APP. You'll find it at the bottom of the instagram camera on a call with reporters. Company executive said that the tool is embedded in instagram because it's hard to get mass adoption of a standalone APP according to a report in axios. But reels hasn't been the success story instagram hoped for it makes the camera more complicated and fields quote tacked on according to a review in the verge. It's easy to miss reels videos entirely because they look just like regular videos in your feet. TIKTOK has been the dominant player in the short form video space, but the company has had some shall we say distractions of late in June India banned TIKTOK and dozens of other APPS for being security threats that shutdown roughly a third of techniques two billion downloads according to censor tower and APP information firm. The company has also been embroiled in a high profile, high stakes bidding war for its US operations, as well as a geopolitical dispute between president. Trump and China, but tick Tock keeps on ticking usage is still growing despite the APP setbacks last week, the company announced it had one hundred million active monthly users in Europe. It had already surpassed that number in the US. The Chinese version of tiktok called doyenne tripled its user base over the past two years. It now has six hundred million active daily users when discussing tiktok growth potential one social media analysts. Till CNBC quote, you ain't seen nothing yet. As for youtube shorts, it's already behind the curve. axios says APPs like thriller and Dub Smash Already. Compete with Tiktok and have widespread adoption and snapchat looks like it's gearing up for its own tiktok challenge tech crunch reported in July. With so much competition the short form video market is crowded to say the least we'll just have to wait and see if you too short's ends up getting more than fifteen seconds.

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Lawyers allege abuse of migrant women by gynecologist for Georgia ICE detention center

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

05:00 min | 10 months ago

Lawyers allege abuse of migrant women by gynecologist for Georgia ICE detention center

"Some horrible allegations out of an ICE detention center in Georgia nurse at that facility and lawyers representing clients their claim that immigrant women are telling them. They are routinely being sent to gynecologist who performed unnecessary procedures including hysterectomy hysterectomies forced sterilizations the nurse Don Wildman has filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security earlier today Ms Wooden spoke to our own jacobs sober. Often warning what she has to say here in addition to this story itself is disturbing. You're quoting the complaint of saying that's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. Is that people refer to this doctor? That's how the detainees referred to this physician. Him is I had detained into s she said, well, what is he doing? Miss wooten collecting Alibi uteruses. And I just looked at her puzzle. Because I didn't have. The private company that runs detention facility released a statement that reads in part and we quote Lesao, corrections has a strict zero tolerance policy for any kind of inappropriate behavior in our facilities and takes all allegations of mistreatment. Seriously, our company strongly refutes these allegations and any implications of misconduct at the I. CDC that Detention Facility and a statement immigration and customs enforcement ice says, the accusations will be fully investigated. That's a quote they denied. Detainees are being used for experimental medical procedures. Adding quote I says, mission is to protect the homeland. And to swiftly and quickly remove people from the country. The health welfare and safety of ice detainees is one of the agency's highest priorities. Any assertion or claim to the contrary is false and intentionally misleading is also said, since two thousand, eighteen, two individuals from the facility were referred to doctors for hysterectomies. Now, NBC News, National Security, and justice correspondent Julia Ainsley has been following this story and joins US tonight Julia give us the benefit of your reporting talking to these women directly and trying to reach one of the attorneys in this case. So Brian, what we can tell you is that we have spoken to four attorneys who say that their clients who were in the Irwin County detention center in Georgia were sent to this doctor. His name is Mahindra Amine. That is the doctor that these lawyers each individually identified without us prompting his name we reached out to him and I've deficit. Someone picked up the phone like I'd be making an appointment as soon as I identified myself as a reporter. They hung up I was not able to get through to get a response from him because his lawyers told us that their clients that detainees said that they thought that he was unnecessarily harsh one had a client who reported bruising one had to clients who reported hysterectomies they found out later that they did not need that he told them that they had a cancerous condition that needed to be taken care of the agreed to the hysterectomy only to find out later that was not the case that they did not have to go that far with that procedure. But now here is what Dr Amine told buzzfeed again. NBC. News has not yet talk to this doctor, but he did say that. His lawyer said, the doctor is a highly respected physician who dedicated his adult life to treating the high risk underserved population in rural Georgia, and they believe that this allegations that started with the Whistle Blower Jacob spoke to that they believe that after they investigate allegations that Dr. I mean will be cleared of any wrongdoing and I will say all of these are allegations right now none of this has been presented in a court of Law Don wooten sent that complaint to the Inspector General of D. H. S. They will do their digging. She did not name names she did not even named this. Doctor she did not give dates. It was only from US speaking to lawyers with clients in this facility. Did we learn more of the story we've also learned that this doctor is someone who they send detainees to outside of the facility. He's not actually working in side for ice. One other detail though Brian that I did learn about this doctor is that in two thousand, fifteen, he and other doctors had to settle and pay over five hundred thousand dollars in civil penalties for Medicaid and Medicare fraud with the Justice Department that settlement and twenty, five hundred. So we're learning more but right now he's denying.

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Georgia ICE Detention Center Accused of Performing Mass Hysterectomies on Immigrants

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

05:01 min | 10 months ago

Georgia ICE Detention Center Accused of Performing Mass Hysterectomies on Immigrants

"We are following some horrible allegations out of an ICE detention center in Georgia nurse at that facility and lawyers representing clients their claim that immigrant women are telling them. They are routinely being sent to gynecologist who performed unnecessary procedures including hysterectomy hysterectomies forced sterilizations the nurse Don Wildman has filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security earlier today Ms Wooden spoke to our own jacobs sober. Often warning what she has to say here in addition to this story itself is disturbing. You're quoting the complaint of saying that's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. Is that people refer to this doctor? That's how the detainees referred to this physician. Him is I had detained into s she said, well, what is he doing? Miss wooten collecting Alibi uteruses. And I just looked at her puzzle. Because I didn't have. The private company that runs detention facility released a statement that reads in part and we quote Lesao, corrections has a strict zero tolerance policy for any kind of inappropriate behavior in our facilities and takes all allegations of mistreatment. Seriously, our company strongly refutes these allegations and any implications of misconduct at the I. CDC that Detention Facility and a statement immigration and customs enforcement ice says, the accusations will be fully investigated. That's a quote they denied. Detainees are being used for experimental medical procedures. Adding quote I says, mission is to protect the homeland. And to swiftly and quickly remove people from the country. The health welfare and safety of ice detainees is one of the agency's highest priorities. Any assertion or claim to the contrary is false and intentionally misleading is also said, since two thousand, eighteen, two individuals from the facility were referred to doctors for hysterectomies. Now, NBC News, National Security, and justice correspondent Julia Ainsley has been following this story and joins US tonight Julia give us the benefit of your reporting talking to these women directly and trying to reach one of the attorneys in this case. So Brian, what we can tell you is that we have spoken to four attorneys who say that their clients who were in the Irwin County detention center in Georgia were sent to this doctor. His name is Mahindra Amine. That is the doctor that these lawyers each individually identified without us prompting his name we reached out to him and I've deficit. Someone picked up the phone like I'd be making an appointment as soon as I identified myself as a reporter. They hung up I was not able to get through to get a response from him because his lawyers told us that their clients that detainees said that they thought that he was unnecessarily harsh one had a client who reported bruising one had to clients who reported hysterectomies they found out later that they did not need that he told them that they had a cancerous condition that needed to be taken care of the agreed to the hysterectomy only to find out later that was not the case that they did not have to go that far with that procedure. But now here is what Dr Amine told buzzfeed again. NBC. News has not yet talk to this doctor, but he did say that. His lawyer said, the doctor is a highly respected physician who dedicated his adult life to treating the high risk underserved population in rural Georgia, and they believe that this allegations that started with the Whistle Blower Jacob spoke to that they believe that after they investigate allegations that Dr. I mean will be cleared of any wrongdoing and I will say all of these are allegations right now none of this has been presented in a court of Law Don wooten sent that complaint to the Inspector General of D. H. S. They will do their digging. She did not name names she did not even named this. Doctor she did not give dates. It was only from US speaking to lawyers with clients in this facility. Did we learn more of the story we've also learned that this doctor is someone who they send detainees to outside of the facility. He's not actually working in side for ice. One other detail though Brian that I did learn about this doctor is that in two thousand, fifteen, he and other doctors had to settle and pay over five hundred thousand dollars in civil penalties for Medicaid and Medicare fraud with the Justice Department that settlement and twenty, five hundred. So we're learning more but right now he's denying.

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CALM, The Campaign Against Living Miserably

Mentally Yours

04:42 min | 10 months ago

CALM, The Campaign Against Living Miserably

"Simon welcomes mentally ill thanks very much for joining me. So, can we start off just with the basics tell us about com what exactly does it do? com is the campaign against living miserably, which is an excellent name and adds up to com. Ca Yellen we are we're suicide prevention, organization So our I guess chosen Lens on the world is suicide. an and that's to us as a barometer of how well society is doing and. How it needs to be fixed. In two thousand, eighteen, nineteen, the office of National Statistics numbers showed the suicide in the UK by eleven, percents, and that's off to a steady plateauing of numbers. So we can see there's something. Happening across society in the UK The needs to be addressed that now that of course, he's pretty coded pre lockdown pre economic impact or those kinds of things. So the way way tackle suicide. Is. Three one as we campaign for Societal and personal change. So we with big. Brands. The everybody will know like. TV and Dave and spotify and talk shop top man TESCO and. They just the list goes on and on positive messages people to enable them to change behaviors, which they preach may be damaging to seek help to help people around them epitomised thing by a recent partnership that we launched with Carling. Calling of the L. Become Caring and. Working there to help people. Coffee a macaw themselves also campaigning that we do is to societal change result. Of thing, we did projects four in two, thousand, eighteen, two years ago. With it in this morning we. Were responsible for the appointment of the first of A. Mischief assault prevention. So that's campaigning The second leg on stole if you like is cooled collective, which is where we bring people together will though virtually now around shed passion points. Running and And football and those kind of things when we allow people to join groups through the complexes the final on. The most. Tangible output of where we where we raise money and what we spend it on his help line, which is open from five till midnight seven days a week for anyone that needs it whatever agenda whatever you need when non-judgmental and hotline staffed by Professionals by people who are paid to work on the outline and their that to give advice to help people whether you're at your wit's end and suicide is is becoming an option will help you with a You might be feeling just a little bit. Wait it out by what's going on right now I now I am on most people with to help you any with anything that you need. You might be feeling fine worried about somebody else without help Yugoslavia all no matter what com is there to help. You have a happy life and to try to Change Society for the better. I'm what about you? Personally, when did you get involved in? Why did you want to get involved with this charity in particular? Up I've never worked for charity or been involved in mental health tool I. Wilson Television in the business and then lastly, in appetizing don't judge me but I I was literally run up by the Chairman James skulks to say why you why senior life will advising advertising agencies on stuff coming through something worthwhile for four months and of site. That's three and a half years in is fantastic. It's calm. I. Think he's attractive to so many people because we don't behave like a charity. Now, that is any way to denigrate chows as a child. She's fantastic. Brilliant things Supplement stuff that arguably government should be doing but did have have real profound pup calm is a charity but we behave and communicates in ways which may be more like a a modern brand. So we communicate through music and comedy and football, and running and cycling, and or those kind of things which we tap into popular culture So we've seen huge growth in the last three years most notably in the use of helpline, which is which is more than double. So it's a brilliant privileged to be able to run the thing.

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In recordings, Trump's sister says he 'has no principles'

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

In recordings, Trump's sister says he 'has no principles'

"The latest criticism about president trump is coming from a former federal judge who's also his older sister all he wants to do is appeal to his base he has no principles I'm not no that was maryanne trump Barry in a conversation with her niece merry trump part of fifteen hours of recordings merry trump secretly made in two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen if it changes stories a lack of preparation the lying the president that I have the privilege of serving is not is not the one that's being described on ABC's this week White House chief of staff mark meadows took aim at Mary trump recently released a book denouncing the president I niece that was written out of a will that would apparently just has an axe to grind because she wants Joe Biden to be president Ben Thomas Washington

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The Return on Investment Grant Question

Nonprofit Everything

04:23 min | 1 year ago

The Return on Investment Grant Question

"Okay Andy Andy we are going we are to going need to to need file to file a couple a of couple extensions of extensions for our for form our form nine ninety nine ninety and we and have we grant. have Our grant. of teas Our of were teas responding were responding to that are to asking that are asking for our for most our current most current form. form. We expect We expect we'll have our we'll have twenty our nine twenty thousand nine nine hundred thousand ninety nine hundred ninety by the end by of the the end year of the year if not if a bit not sooner. a bit sooner. What do we do What in do the we meantime? do in the meantime? Is there anything Is there else anything we else can we or can should or do should to ensure do to this ensure doesn't this doesn't make our organization. make our organization. Look bad Look to bad the funder. to the funder. No No I think I think in this in this situation situation I think funders I think are funders probably are probably going to be going to be okay okay with that. with that. I mean I mean most most organizations organizations extensions extensions before they're before nine nine they're hundred nine anyway. nine hundred anyway. They just sort They of just do sort it of as do a matter. it as Of a matter. course Of course so that so they can that they make can sure make that they sure don't that they accidentally don't accidentally miss the deadline miss the deadline and get in and trouble. get in trouble. If it's asking If it's for asking your most for your recent most ninety recent ninety send them send the most them the recently most recently fired ninety fired ninety if it takes if you it a takes super you long a super time long to get time to it to get this time. to it this time. I think I you're going think to be okay. you're going to be okay. I I Look I Look look at I ninety look at ninety sometimes sometimes and I do and have I questions do have questions like in just like normal in just years normal if years somebody if takes somebody a really takes a really long time long time to get to it filed get it filed it makes me it makes me makes me makes wonder me wonder like like what are you what actually are you doing. actually It's doing. not It's that not hard. that hard. I mean it's a lot I mean of it's work a lot of but work it's not but like it's an not absurd like an amount absurd of work. amount of work. Plus Plus it happens it every happens year every so year you should so probably you should pre probably prepared pre prepared for it for it so so you know. you know. Just follow Just the instructions. follow the instructions. The most The recent most ninety recent s ninety s filed filed so so well. well. So So but I'M GONNA but I'M I'm GONNA GonNa ask I'm GonNa you ask something you something so you so talk you about. talk about. Gosh Gosh might raise might questions raise questions if it's a if really it's a really long time long time like period like of period time of until time until they get it filed they get it filed in a in normal a normal normal normal years that years don't that have don't pandemic have pandemic with them with so. them I'm so. curious I'm curious to know to know what what that that like. Do like. you Do have you have a recommendation? a recommendation? About what About becomes what becomes too long. too long. Like what Like is a what normal is a normal amount amount of time? of time? So if So I'm if if I'm I'm looking if up I'm looking ninety up ninety s for whatever s for reason whatever and reason it's like and so it's now like so now we're in the middle we're in of the middle twenty of twenty twenty roughly twenty roughly right so right I so would I expect would to expect see a twenty to see a eighteen twenty or eighteen two thousand or nineteen two thousand nineteen ninety. ninety. Those were the Those be were the the the be two the that the I would two expect. that I would expect. If I saw If two thousand I saw seventeen two thousand seventeen I would say I why. would say Are why. We still Are We looking still at looking twenty? at Seventeen twenty? Seventeen thousand ninety. thousand ninety. I mean there I mean there there should be there a two should thousand be eighteen a two thousand by eighteen now by now so that so would that be my question would be my question like like if if it's either it's going to either be this going year to be this or year last or year last it's year two years it's ago two years then ago it's probably then it's probably too long. too long. And so And maybe so maybe Andy Andy like. Maybe like. that's Maybe also that's also I mean. I I mean. think I that think totally that totally is is answers. answers. The question The question but I guess but I'm I also guess I'm thinking also thinking if if because we because don't know we don't know I mean exactly I mean exactly it sounds it like sounds it's just like the it's two just thousand the nineteen two thousand nineteen behind behind on but on I but know I there's a lot know of there's organizations a lot of organizations that get really that get behind really behind sometimes sometimes on the nine nine on the hundred nine nine hundred and and I would I say would say if if if it is if something it is like something a twenty-seven like a twenty-seven feels feels like it's excessively like it's excessively long long like we're like a couple we're a years couple years past past due due or few or years few past years do past do I mean if I mean there's if room there's room on the grant on the grant proposal proposal maybe maybe there's there's maybe you maybe can put you can a quick put paragraph a quick paragraph or a few or sentences a few sentences just trying just trying if if those aren't those going to incriminate aren't going to incriminate you further you further right but right if you but have if you have I mean I mean there's the there's caveat the caveat and if you and don't if have to you don't lie have about to lie it about but my it point but my is point is like is if is you like if if you there's a good if there's explanation a good explanation for it for it perhaps perhaps just even just making even note making note saying saying we expect we expect any day any to day have to our have whatever our whatever twenty twenty whatever whatever year it is year it you is know you know a nine a hundred nine ninety hundred ninety here here and as soon and as as we soon get as it. we We'll get update it. We'll our update files our files like something like something as a funder as a funder would make me would feel make me better feel that they better at least that they acknowledged at least acknowledged it versus it versus like that's like business that's business as usual as usual and and things things around every around year every too year so too even if so you even file if you a bunch file of extensions a bunch of extensions I mean even. It's I like mean even. this It's like this even with our even personal with our personal taxes taxes right. Yeah right. Yeah they they move the move extension the extension out to July. out to July. But that doesn't But mean that doesn't next mean year next year to to like you still like have you still to do have it again to do it starting again in starting January. in January. So all. You're So doing all. You're doing you're compressing you're compressing the pain. the pain. It is It just is just over a over rip. a rip. Just get it Just over get at it the over band at the off band get it off over get with it over and with and and and and the and the you know you know what's what's legitimate legitimate reason for reason having for a having two thousand a seventeen two thousand seventeen ninety ninety at this point at this it's point like it's like The building The building burned down burned down a lot of a lot files. of files. Were in it. Were I'm trying in it. to think I'm trying of why to think of you why with you with manny manny reason. reason. Yeah Yeah I mean I mean have have you know maybe you know maybe so so are are the the the. Cfo the. Cfo was actually was actually indicted indicted for fraud for fraud And stole And a bunch stole of money a bunch from of money us and from it's us taking and it's taking a longer a time longer to untangle time to untangle what they did what they did I mean. I think I mean. there I think could there be legitimate could be legitimate reasons reasons that you that might have you an might old have nine an old ninety nine ninety but not but not not a whole not lot a whole lot of them of them that you really that you want really want and probably and not probably things not you wanna things put you in wanna writing put in either. writing I either. mean that I would mean be a that little would embarrassing be a little embarrassing to even talk to even about talk the about Frie- the Frie- yeah. It's yeah. probably It's not probably going to help. not Your going to case help. Your case happens happens but yeah but I yeah I wouldn't WanNa wouldn't talk WanNa about talk it about it

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VC firm First Round is guaranteeing some startups it will reinvest

Equity

01:52 min | 1 year ago

VC firm First Round is guaranteeing some startups it will reinvest

"First round capital. Last Friday Came out with this program called the second round guarantee that saying that if they invest in you in your first round. They'll definitely invest with you in your second round up to three million in pro rata. The the story with is that this isn't new from first round. It's just the first time they're an announcing it externally and I think that's where signaling comes in and Danny would love for you to weigh in on this. I think that that's Louise Care. A lot about signaling. For reasons that are still unclear to me. It's basically eight game theory. You know you have a group of people you know the existing investors on the CAP table. Who Know The company intimately? They've followed the company. They've been with the company for a while and any decision that they make is magnified right so they're not investing in the next round. It must say something that you don't know about the underlying company. They have information that you can't see it similar to an insurance company trying to do underwriting right someone comes to the front door and says. I Want Renter's insurance and you're like well. How do I know that you're not the bad person you know more about your rental situation than I do? And that's one of the reasons we have really intense regulation around insurance markets but VC's don't care a about signaling their care about adverse selection the Karabakh hazard. You know the the reality is I. I used to say in the last like but in two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen that's signaling became less important rounds got more competitive. Just everyone was moving really quickly. I think signaling has really jumped imports with Bob. At least what I've heard over the last couple of weeks. It's definitely back. The fact of the matter is everyone knows everyone's triaging and so if firms are doubling down that probably means the companies in the top twenty percent thirty percent of the portfolio. If they're not triaging and they're not kind of investing in that that next round it's a really strong signal. The the firm doesn't see that as like a viable company or one. That's in you know their top kind of core tile and so I think the signaling is both stronger from existing VC's and other VC's are paying more close attention to today.

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What's Inside The Senate's $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package

Networth Radio

09:33 min | 1 year ago

What's Inside The Senate's $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package

"So I'm gonna go over the two trillion dollar stimulus package some of the key elements what that looks like and the next stage is actually similar to two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen as the fed pulled back liquidity to prevent inflation what's happened in the globe is a different inflationary environment close to Z. as close to zero inflation for an extended period as we've seen the current figure at about two percent there will be deflation in the numbers they head in other words the dollar is actually up this week on the news of the stimulus package it's an interesting phenomena because the dollar actually strengthened as the federal reserve came to the table basically with unlimited liquidity now the repo market we had referenced in December and my comment to Alex at that point was Alex there is a whole bunch of leverage in the system where they have to loan the securities or they they put the securities back to a bank they give some liquidity overnight and that means that there was too much leverage in the system and that's one reason the equity and the parts of the bond market actually had a quick selloff the quickest in history the fed was injecting and December and January literally hundreds of billions of dollars into the repo market they've opened the discount window this week they have unlimited purchases going on apparently somebody's buying a bunch of T. bills because the yield went to the minus point one one percent well that providing liquidity is in part a reaction to the highly leveraged trading that exacerbated the selloff here was the strategy that a lot of the hedge funds and trading houses were using they would go buy something paying five to ten percent in the open market certainly with price risk you don't get that kind of yield without some price risk and they have leveraged those portfolios in some cases a size fifty to one they were using the overnight securities lending market to meet their yield covenants or excuse me their liquidity and leverage covenants overnight well that excessive leverage got squeezed out of the system nearly instantaneously and it looks like it because the equity markets and parts of the bond market to overshoot the mark to go way below where they'll be in about a year so let's look at where we are in a year after we cover the coronavirus stimulus package big business about five hundred billion dollars can be used to back loans and assistance to companies fifty billion for loans to US airlines as well as state and local governments this was actually provided after nine eleven to the airlines when air travel shut down and was hamstrung if you will buy new precautions and that'll be the case for the airlines so since the loans to the airlines were provision one of the stimulus package it also leads us to where we this point next year extra precautions on air travel but at some point in the next year the final stage of the gradual resurrection for the US in the global economies will be the return of air travel with more precautions on of course the corona virus all right second provision small businesses more than three hundred fifty billion to aid small businesses and and those that may take the the form of a short term loan some of those the discussion was that they would be forgivable right or it may be just a short term loan that you can access the SBA a clearly has not gotten its arms around what to do because the legislation just went into effect hospitals a hundred and fifty billion dollar boost for hospitals other healthcare providers for equipment and supplies it's such a permitted vantage for a lot of the medical and pharma companies abit kia came out of course and said they have a fifteen minute test that can be well let's say rapidly delivered what's what's intriguing Abbott is one of just one of the companies leading the the charge and this funding of course has a much brighter future for the companies providing where that hundred and fifty billion go individuals direct payments to lower and middle income Americans twelve hundred each for for adults five hundred for each child and checks are going to go out April sixth the there are income limits of lower and middle and those income limits basically say anybody in the six figures doesn't get a check probably doesn't need a check unemployed unemployment insurance extension for four months bolstered by six hundred dollars weekly and eligibility would be expanded to cover more workers so this is pretty swift large action on the part of the federal government restrictions on business aid any company receiving government loans to be subject to a ban on stock buybacks through the term of the loan that's fair plus one additional year and they have to limit bonuses that was a nod to the left in the bill transparency the treasury department have to disclose the terms of the loans or other aid to the companies and language that would bar any business owned by president trump and his family from getting loans from the treasury business owned by members of Congress heads of executive departments and vice president Mike pence would also be blocked that seems to make sense is as well so this goes into effect providing huge liquidity what does that do in the financial markets well when we when we go to that extent what we find is that the impact on the financial markets is going to be preemption of bankruptcies of companies in two thousand eight is the U. S. banking system was rendered insolvent the key question of course was are we had a depression right and stand temporarily you could say you have a global brief depression and then a staged recovery and being able to visualize what does that look like a year from now where is permanent damage this bill goes a long way to ensuring that you don't do a permanent damage to the economy and to businesses that's a step in the right direction certainly there will be some restaurants that don't open back up by choice we heard of a hotel in Los Angeles and he just had to shut the hotel that was it for him he was in trouble before the crisis actually happened and we'll see more examples of that now clay Jenkins order this weekend that's going to be important as well what happens to Dallas County and each of the county's terra call in and the major counties around Dallas well clay Jenkins led the charge to say we got to shut down the restaurants those of you may remember that was not last Monday but the Monday before ten April third is the expiration of his first order how he updates it is going to be a key question going forward the trump administration for issue is going to issue guidelines classifying US counties by the coronavirus risk so this will be local and determined by state county and city more so than the federal government on the stage for recovery is that the right strategy we don't know we'll we'll know in about two weeks and the white house reached a deal with the lawmakers on the stimulus bill and of course that took until the end of the week to to negotiate out of federal reserve Powell says the virus will dictate when the US economy re opens but again the key intelligence part of the key intelligence from today is that's going to be in the in the month of April you start to get definitions with the final what is air travel look like when is it safe to travel and more importantly over the next year how long does it take before people are comfortable

Cord-Cutting Accelerates, Raising Pressure on Cable Providers

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Cord-Cutting Accelerates, Raising Pressure on Cable Providers

"Let's talk about cord cutting I have cut the cord Mike you have cut the cord and Tucker you're trying to get your in laws to cut the cord yeah we had a nice discussion about a last night is that a euphemism or do you actually have a nice discussion all we did was was ordered to go there's still weighing their options and they're scared to cut the cord is boys my impression they can always go back to the court correct yeah I I that's what I'm trying to a lot of work to get go to you can just try this out see a feel about it and go back if you want a hundred Bucks a month well and usually when you go back they give you a better deal yeah exactly so let's discuss the economics of it yes so traditional cable our traditional satellite TV whatever you might have the economics of it you know the basic package what fifty to seventy Bucks a month is this yes Sir if you go on to fight for a basic cable package without any of the rental stuff just one ball cable yeah no no box no it's like that's a separate adult so you got one yeah you Jeff that one probably it's like sixty to eighty in that ballpark and then we're the economic start to make make it really challenging to recommend cable is if you have multiple TV's out because then it's a you're renting another box be they're going to charge you for the additional TV I've talked about the V. are on top of that the they still sorry they charge you for compared to standard definition so you start get up getting up to a hundred Bucks a month pretty darn quickly so given our situation I've mapped out to them with HBO and Showtime included mine do I could get there cable and internet to one hundred dollars less than what they're paying now a month wow use a different tell me how's about a year and a TV is there for yeah that'll do it yeah that adds up in all you need is like a little roku stick or an Amazon fire stick road apple TV roku stick will run you forty five apple TV's a Buck fifty or fire TV is a little less than that yeah which is if you like the voice activated remote ins so let's talk about the numbers because yeah in two thousand and eighteen you had three point two million pay TV subscribers cable satellite etcetera drop off twenty nineteen you had an additional five and a half million a seventy percent acceleration in so I'm doing the math because I was looking at this yesterday I forget exactly royal left well so it is what I was doing this right yesterday I was looking at this for some other reason that I can't remember do you know how many households there are in the United States households Mel hundred twenty nine million my god okay said like nearly ten percent have cut just the last two years right so if this continues to accelerate within like ten years no one's going to be on cable anymore right now it's not going to get that drastic is eventually get a hardware ratio you know people decide Hey we don't want to do this but when you're losing nine million subscribers in two years that's like seven percent of the country saying we're done with cable if they're not going back so let's talk about the big cable companies that are out there and you know why the economics is happening this way she got Comcast one of the biggest ones in the country who owns a bunch of content as well they on NBC universal they're coming out there and streaming option you have direct TV would you say is owned by A. T. and T. which also now owns HBO and a bunch of content in eighteen T. also does have its own cable services as well yeah you got Verizon who owns a wireless channel that really makes the majority of their profits we have the biggest ones by subscribers if you want to go so eighteen T. between eighteen T. direct TV and eighteen two U. verse twenty two million yeah Comcast twenty one million communications sixteen million dish is twelve point twelve twelve point nothing Verizon is four point four **** communications four point one all this USA which operates optimum and suddenly is three point three frontier communications is a million Mediacom is eight hundred thousand and cable one is eight hundred thousand and then they're a bunch of little companies including Hawaii in telecom the twenty sixth largest provider of cable TV in the country with thirty two thousand subscribers so when we talk about these companies it seems to me and correct me if I'm wrong but it made you look at the companies like their earnings it seems to me that eighteen T. doesn't really care about losing the subscribers they've got some some investments but generally speaking it's pretty darn expensive for them to deliver this to people's homes I don't think they really care they're losing customers here and I would say the same goes for Comcast and Verizon charter I'm guessing this is certain dish this is a problem you don't have any other business units correct that's all you have there and so you know if your dish what do you do you right you got a bass Martin yeah I got to find a dance partner and that's where I almost wonder if someone else in one of these businesses comes in or the one that I still think not still think the one that would be really interesting if they can ever find any money to do this would be now the F. T. mobile sprint coming together it would seem to be something that could strengthen all three of those companies I have no idea if that's even possible but why the economics are great for these companies I mean one it's expensive to bring wires into people's homes it's a lot cheaper to just deliver TV over the internet heck of a lot easier to the contents getting more expensive there if you want to bundle all the sports packages ESPN and Disney and all these channels together those companies are not cutting their prices on this even though customers are ditching because they're picking them up elsewhere do the cable TV is pretty much only an American thing so there are everywhere else is just not every but here here's the number so in the United States there are four companies that have more than ten million cable subscribers from the rest of world only a seven interest thank you it's just it and if three armored India now for the former marine India suicide from American in India there's only three other cable providers more than ten million subscribers I don't know where that means people get their TV if it's still all just rabbit ears if it's all streaming but I find it doesn't surprise me the India's got a massive media huge I mean that that's a huge sector of the economy but yeah the my point to is that I don't think that these online streaming companies they're not earning much on this either that are low profit margin I think the costs are gonna be going up yeah add yours that

Mike Tucker
"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Last fall eighteen seconds to play the game five fifteen seconds to play with in the second John make a Leer feline Gee that was the only son was on CBS sports network yeah hello call me was part of it the normally happen he nailed a you know not always runners are doing well over in Jersey there are a lot of other schools doing well over in Jersey seeing all seed also about Princeton Princeton always as well while they're at the top of the Ivy League how about Saint Peter's address when they have won a conference isn't and writer my the right chair stagecoach Saint Peters the first year is like a renaissance of basketball in the images and googling it because I'm I'm blanking out right now he's having a really good year is it Holloway who's the head coach over there gene how it is Jean hollow yes he's done well and yet I and if I'm remembering correctly mentioned Monmouth moment and writer I believe mom and has North Carolina coming to Jersey next year good we're gonna need I although I if I were those big schools I think went from some of the smaller schools sure but so that's kind of the speaking of a mother's to Saint John's loses seventy seven seventy four to Xavier that eight oh run at the end for the most good tears mention North Carolina they lost to Notre Dame seventy seven sixty six seventy seven seventy six tar heels are ten sixteen there three in twelve the ACC things have not gone well Roy Williams giving his team some options you got two choices you can you can compete too but offer you can get up in the fetal position curl up and start crying I don't think they're going to do that so is not gone well for them though this season yeah right Williamstown David injuries they haven't played well it's been that a lot of close losses so yes it's been very difficult from your room I know we do yeah no like I get I get it Mr Maryland guy get it so by the way just it's the are you a riot squad on Twitter so it to add or you right squad they they tweeted out the picture of you address of the jockey it's and feed us the Jerry had so they are all all is Mantovani very cool lands the idea the completion of the Daytona five hundred and boarded this thing and in a scary way turn.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC

"With about eighteen seconds on the clock. After that, though, the trailblazers when fouled made their free throws. So they held off the clippers one thirty one one twenty-seven warriors with a one ten ninety three win over the grizzlies. Steph curry past the fifteen thousand career points Mark in the win the thunder one Twenty-one six winter's over the bulls. Another triple double for Russell Westbrook. Fox news. I'm Carmen Roberts, the government inches closer to a shutdown deadline without any progress in congress, not a single Republican Senator walking into their weekly leadership meetings said that they knew anything about a specific plausible proposal that would actually keep the government from partially shutting down on Friday. Fox's Kristen Fisher. President Trump says he won't sign a spending Bill unless it contains five billion dollars for a wall with Mexico partial shutdown could start midnight, Saturday morning uh Chicago, drain strikes and kills two police officers as they investigated reports of shots fired doing the most dangerous thing any police officer can do that is to chase an individual with a gun these brave young man were consumed with identifying a potential threat. Cops Jack Callaghan. Fox News chasing a suspect in a shots fired. Call the two officers were struck by a passing commuter rail train and killed Chicago's mayor Rahm Emanuel, no words can express the grief sense of loss is knocks you back on your heels officers. Conrad Gary at Wardell marmolejo were both buried both with children. They are the third and fourth Chicago police officers to die the line of duty this year, the suspect they were chasing was caught by other officers as the government shutdown inches closer as the government is closer to a possible shutdown this weekend is there some movement people who know better a number of plans are being discussing it at this point. There's still no specific proposal. But as these negotiations continue with starting to look like the White House may be softening its hard line on five billion dollars for the border wall. A source with knowledge of the negotiations tells Fox News that one proposal is continuing resolution, which would keep the. The government funded through next year in provide one point six billion dollars for border security and about sixty five miles of fencing through the Rio Grande section of the southern border. Democratic leaders have already said that they'd be open to such a proposal. But the one point six billion dollars is still far less than the five billion the president's looking for FOX's Jared, Tony the federal judge who scheduled to sentence. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Tuesday on charges of lying to the FBI demanding and receiving copies of FBI should Peter strucks reports of that if you stroke himself was later fired. The judge could dismiss Flynn's guilty plea fired FBI director James Comey with angry words for congressional Republicans after being called to what other closed-door interview with two Senate committees people who know better, including.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sometimes with Harry Taina wits, and you hear them all kinds of different ways. And Kevin pals the sports booth down the hall. So we talked about the news click over the weekend. The cubs tendering a contract to Addison Russell. Eighteen seconds go. Give me your thoughts about the bears game. That was fortunate and makes a whole lot harder. Mitchell Trubisky back on the field now before you go. Kevin hail. If you need to do the news click force, and we'll get these guys response. Go ahead, Kevin despite the turnovers despite the poor play at the quarterback spot despite the defensive struggles in the second half, they still almost won that game and Mitch Trubisky needs to play if they're gonna win anything. That's. Of a value any championship? Turns out our kicker, isn't so terrible. After all he made all of his kicks. And he somehow got that onside kick through. I mean, we're not even having this conversation. But for the onside kick go Cody parkey, man how much. Angst must the giants players coaches and fans have had because that game was one. And they almost gave it away. You don't see that? Just don't that's not how a double reverse, whatever. After the on side kick. They have gone for the two point conversion should the bears. We went to the two point one at regulation. Is that what you do on the road? All the momentum. At that point. I I was shocked to see the way they played in in overtime after that Barkley Kerry right off the bat guy gets that kind of sucked momentum away. But I thought when they went through this. There's no way in this. I thought the same thing and I thought within how where's this offense? From the giants coming from. I thought we own them in the second half. It's been playing better football as of late. They've been in every game this year except for one against the eagles in week five other than that. They've been just about every single game wasn't going to be an easy win loss. True. True. What was that? Steve said they'd been in just about every game and loss is true. No reason overreact to this game. I'll just say that they want on the road against the okay team. The I realized only at three wins. But there's no reason overactive this law. I'm pro overreaction. Yes. British rail of what's the news flipped please? What did we learn about the Verizon Sunday a that? We're fine. I'm not worried be that we're fine. But I'm a little worried. See we're not that good after all. Are you going to go on anybody going? See I definitely got to be some cynical bears fans out there. I have you guys were just fretting over almost losing the World Series three years ago. Sure there. They're paranoid. Steve. So what's your attitude about the bears? Now, what did we learn? I think this is an aberration. Yeah. My which last time you saw bears team that could score the way they did when they needed to in the fourth quarter. I it always felt impossible in those moments. No chance they were ever going to come back and do do something like they did yesterday. But there's this is after yesterday's loss. Despite the loss, there's still a top three team in the NFC. What let's see what was on the the category. They're they're in deep deep trouble. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna go chemical being minus. That's kind of a so in other words, we're really not as good as Carmen. I knew car is good as our record makes us look is that what you're saying. Well, they could be by the way eleven in one. I mean, Green Bay Miami the giants and the other losses New England that was they're still in first place. Well, you can vote with your mouth say wgnradiOcom. Thank you. Kevin Maher karma. Thanks for coming in. Thanks, john. Siege got the news. That's right around the corner. This is W G. And it's.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Ask A Manager

Ask A Manager

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Ask A Manager

"Turned from July eighteen two thousand eighteen you talked about the importance of regular one on one meetings with employees, and it was like someone turned the lights on for me. I haven't been doing that. You see my background is project management? And this is the first time that I've managed humans. So I had to do an internet search about what these meetings should look like. And of course, I started with us commenator. I literally have no idea. So went ahead and started these meetings this week, even though I'm still fumbling in the dark some. But I would love your thoughts on what a typical chicken meeting with look like about how long should it last? Is there a standard length of time that we should spend in these meetings? Is there anything that should be covered in every single meeting with each employee? Is there a good standard on frequency or does that totally depend on your staff and your business, and what everyone does what projects you have going on, etc. Etc. I've learned so much about managing employees since I started listening to the podcast in reading your blog and some really looking forward to your input on these very important meetings. Thank. I'm really excited to get this question because doing check in meetings doing the well can make a huge difference in how effectively you're managing your team and how much employees themselves feel like they're on track. I know it might not found like the most exciting topic to people listening. But I think it kind of is because doing these right can be the entire backbone of management. It's really really key. And so many people don't really do them effectively if they do them at all the idea is that having a regular time to touch base one on one with each of your staff people about their work, keep see both focused on the results that they're getting and creates a place for you to check on. How projects are coming serve as a resource to them, agree and priorities. Give feedback there. Really your core forum for management. They're the primary place where you do the work of managing. You asked how often to have them for most people meeting weekly works. Well, but if you have more experienced, or if you have people whose work just doesn't require weekly conversation you could do every other week. Most of the time though, I wouldn't do less frequently than every other week. And usually they're going to be thirty to sixty minutes somewhere in there. I would start in the beginning scheduling them for an hour and see how they go. If you keep finding that. You don't need that much time you can always cut them down. And then it's really key is always Eason agenda. So that you're both clear ahead of time on how you're going to be using the time, you can ask your employees to prepare that agenda and send it to you a head of time, and you can ask that it includes sections each week so things like a section for key project. Updates a section for priorities for the coming week as section for eight that need your feedback. A section for anything that the person is waiting anew for and then don't just use their agenda. I mean. Use it. But at your own things to jot down your own items that you wanna raise and actually before the meeting. It's a really good idea to just take a few minutes and kind of reflect ask yourself. What are you the most worried about as it relates to this person or to their work? What do you really want to use the time to focus on? It sounds obvious. But making yourself do that every time can make sure that you're focusing on the right things, for example, you might realize one day. Oh, the thing that I'm most worried about in Jane's realm is the question of what more we need to do to generate ticket sales for upcoming event. So I wanted to spend some time with her brainstorming other purchase we could use..

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Classic Races

"The third positions ricky rudd has third kyle busch now about to ricky rudd finished second at kansas last year joe nemechek and not surprising to see him running this well on track of this type kyle busch white behind him now in the fourth position and again a big call the navy car david trimmer he's running in fifth sprinting running mary well right behind him battle greg bill comeback trail julie completes the fast to get to the turn grief before slides up in front of tony machacek behind joe you've got rusty wallace harvey because of low on newman's been trying to get down the pit lane missed a couple of times once again he works his way over to turn over four and this time has plenty of clear room to make the move onto the pit lane effort scrubbing the wall on the restart off tournament to he's been trying ever since to come down the pit lane and finally rolls that dodge down on the pit road to make stop let one hundred and ninety two again ryan newman who led earlier this afternoon now with problems he comes in for a stop let's cover it down on the pit lane he was one of the state out the last time around so he could get some track position but unfortunately didn't work out for the modal one god's team go around the right side of the car jacket far taming side rubber sheet metal away from the white front machine they're gonna go ahead and make a four tire stop here on lap one ninety three they're going to pump in that second and can of some oko job as they were last in all that one sixty five on the rest of the leaders k getting the rest of the tires chain just under eighteen seconds to stop for ryan new down in a way not a good day for him here hoped to gain support and he started from the outside pole here today but he's certainly not going to finish anywhere near there doesn't look like this juncture hundred ninety four laps down at his matt kenseth in the lead and man is almost a full second away from tony stewart looked like tony was going to put a move on him up in three and four mike but all of a sudden now he seems content or maybe he's not content to be back there but at any rate he is about fifteen carling's behind he's catch all the program barney but yet again that's what matt's been doing all afternoon that tar flawlessly all afternoon long handling turn three and four and like you mentioned tony stewart spoiling back perhaps waiting to save something for the end of this race perhaps maybe not being able to do anything because kenneth this just saddam on strong here in the mid to late stages of this race lawless has not a word you can use when describing jeff gordon today they've had problems from the drop of the green flag here the sapper noon and once again looks like their struggles continue he's lost a dozen spots in the last two or three laps drivers are just go into the right to the left any way to get by him and those handling problems we talked about earlier this afternoon apparently they've not corrected them yet tony stewart not having a whole lot of success in tracking down met kipnes if the gap is now grown to one point two seconds from first to second place kyle busch in third greg baffles gone by ricky rudd so greg has moved up to four closing in ricky hudson fifth and david strumming six rusty wallace seventh kevin harvick is eight dale earnhardt jr is night than joe nemechek is tenth with sixty six laps to go let's take sweep through the pits now brought to you by craftsman.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WLOB

"Fox news senior judicial analyst he's going to be here talking about the issue that were about to debate that i just discussed on special report on fox news channel which is the significant supreme court decision that came down day about gay rights and religious liberty but we'll also ask engine apollo tano his thoughts on this raging controversy now about whether or not the president would hypothetically have the authority or the constitutional power to pardon himself we talked about it in the previous hour i wanna play for you a sound bite that is solid gold this is amazing fake news this is real this is ted cruz senator ted cruz asked by the weekly standard just moments ago on capitol hill the reporter asked cruise does the president have the power to pardon himself the pause between the question ending and the response from ted cruz who knows a thing or two about the constitution is eighteen seconds long we're just gonna let it play this is not edited cut forty eight here we go harden itself would you agree with that oh that is not a constitutional issue i've studied so i will withhold judgment at this morning that's good that's good he was trying to come up with the most diplomatic seemed to say i just imagine the look on his face when he got asked that question and he landed eventually on i haven't studied that particular question all withhold judgment good answer as they would say on family feud good answer such a good show by the way but it really we should do that trump.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Champs ahead steph curry leading the charge shot clock is off eighteen seconds to go hurry driving down to the baseline flips it off the glass no tapped out by great areso comes up with eleven seconds left trayvon green tries to foul him he did we couldn't hear the whistle up here foul on green with ten seconds to go here in game five in the rockets up one yes despite bag sequence it was again a two point game one possession final ticks when the warriors gave it up inbounded curry five seconds to go down the drain followed by the four oh free throws at the other end could ice it for eric gordon and the rockets and those freebies did indeed more cash are huby brow with the calls here on espn radio eric gordon off the bench had twenty four his steel on that last possession for the warriors secured the ninety eight ninety four wing giving houston the three two series lead they head into game six on saturday night in oakland one win away from knocking off the defending champs and advancing to the nba finals for the first time since winning back to back titles in ninety four ninety five harden post game you're playing in front of santa fe high school survivors and i this is five win sherman emotional rabbitohs kids over is door to the game because the charge you still down by one coming into the fourth quarter escape when your shots aren't falling when your teammate shots are not falling vincent the final minutes our defense was good very poor really good sunday big tonight you're now one win away from an nba finals appearance most of exporting hours ceremony we're mark pod different harden on tnt he had nineteen chris paul twenty but cpi three had to leave the game in the final minute with what appeared to be a hamstring injury kevin durant had twenty nine for the warriors who lost game five of a playoff series for just a second time since twenty fifteen with more on k d stephen a smith on sportscenter with as vp of all central part of this game is the no show by kevin durant when it really really counted he's made one field goal.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Which of course is always the fear for for stock investors so we we've gotta remember a couple of things here it's still important to recognize that the potential tariffs and i think that's probably on most investors buys wait a minute what is happening with china doesn't isn't that a big deal well it is a big deal but we've got to remember recognize that the potential remedies potential taras that hasn't really even begun to hit yet they could be as much as an eighty billion dollar hit eighty eight zero with the b eighty billion dollars net negative for the us economy that's not a small number right but if you put together all of the areas that don't seem that are getting a whole lot of press so what what's happening to the upside in two thousand eighteen so that's the downside eighty billion minus from gdp in potential tariffs but on the positive we have tax reform that adds about two hundred billion dollars to the economy just in two thousand eighteen two hundred extra billion dollars that we did not have last year government spending is adding one hundred billion dollars that we didn't have last year in repatriation which that's all the cash coming back from overseas because of the the new tax code and we talked last week about what some of these companies are doing with yes five hundred five hundred hundred billion dollars coming back onto our shores half a trillion dollars it's been sitting in cash prophets the companies tech companies pharmaceutical companies have left overseas because they didn't wanna pay us to access now effectively the government saying hey look you've got to bring the money back you've got to pay this one time tax on it it's a it's a much lower tax than you would have before tax reform and you're bringing it back so companies are saying okay well what are we going to do with it well it's going to pay down debt it's going to merge with other companies go to increase dividends it's going to repurchase their own share so their earnings per share go up that's five hundred billion dollars added to the two hundred for tax reform in the one hundred for government spending well my quick math shows me.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You're nightly fix a pivotal playoff action each time to come down to the clo david here's amy lawrence a trio of stanley cup playoff games on tuesday night which fits perfectly for our countdown some big stages some incredible performances and some of these first route theory that they're not over hint hint they are definitely taking on themes and taking shape it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio it was game number four between the jets and the wild in minneapolis and as i mentioned common theme coming name as well number three rightfully for kyle carter butterfly flakes safely neutral zone turnover and the jets turn it white back into the minnesota zone drake job to stay on side and mark shapely second of the playoffs eighteen seconds to the middle of the ice broken up we were census ahead at the spark safely safely ten point seven seconds left to go and the jets we'll take a three one series lead we got back to our quickness faster than the popular fast no diesel ozone you they they made a good push they played a solid game do make played a solid game and you're happy to grand that went out hear the calls there from the winnipeg jets radio network and man this was tense because the visiting team the jets in minneapolis just had a one goal lead until that second one for shy flea which was an empty netter and so it's a shutout for three one winnipeg lead in the series which means minnesota is on the cusp of elimination and they are playing now without their captains at parise who's got a broken sternum he suffered at late in game number three of this series and that's quite a blow for the wild and so the jets have the home ice at are going home the try to close this one out the winnipeg white out was one of the first tweet that i put out there about the stanley cup playoffs because it was really cool they were tense in that opening game but then once the while once the jets gave them something to cheer about that whole place kind of crazy it looks like snow which yeah actually not all that cool it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio afterwards you hear.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Steelers did partially blocked opponent earlier this app automatic cabbage we've been active once gusset aids did i got a peace award woods say back at his twenty five yard wide a winning the snap who is supplements of bodies up roy killed since then woods here is a lie in dobrinja peered rodgers will take another fifty five he's brought down about twenty five with nineteen seconds remaining before in addition the ron smith maybe tackle the sixyard caught at a return of nine for you i rodrigues i will see with mike tomlin wants to do here with eighteen seconds left and steelers at the rhode twenty nine yard like puts what goes have one time out remaining extra offered sublime in in their adviser tie then we believe that this will be one had all for them with viewers will take it to them every jones in the huddle until now with stephen lic will use the tailback block wide receiver jim smith choose to galore jones goes utter settle he's got the staff who track of libya had on trickle thought of hippies waved the light side has opted including one yard line to regain it two inside ten seconds remaining doubt looks like the steelers we'll be content to go what are they have fought for ruled so what entertaining first step here at high speeds between these two teams steelers on top by seven look very ugly early for the grounds though ross they've been able to hang in there given themselves a chance here in the second half in a very entertaining very your bed paul iceberg secondhalf we'll be much of the say that's the end of the first apple the sport pittsburgh 21 cleveland fourteen when we return scot graeme joins us four progressive insurance studios with apt todd report get your quota progress dot com today this is westwood once coverage of the national football league.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Two eighteen seconds to goes apron amanda amanda defense rows he brings across the time line look into drive pulls are russia and put her end its at the pump shot i was just off balance fade away in the face of the defense with ten sexes that go now you'll save his guy to get the ball in bounce in not turn it over down the stretch year eighty nine eighty four ten point eight seconds to play you know i never watched each thomas play that i remember i was such a young fan going to the game but i heard a lot of people see how he would jump off say his left shoe in shoulders right and that's exactly what happened right there rows he did as he drove left siding went off up kind of what you would never teacher player to do all balancer surprises heck out at vanderbilt rousing his score from everywhere he now he is uh don't have all gained thirty one point thirty one and xavier leads eighty nine eighty four ten point eight seconds to go possession aero favors marchat xavier has one 30second time out left to use marquette they have the same yet joe and drapes they've just going to have to draw up something here i try to get trayvon blow at the basketball you want you want him shooting a free throw him are quite good shooting free throws his there the ah two prime time freethrow shooters which xavier's got four players in the big increase in the top 10 in free throw percentage which is very nice though you look at the percentages trayvon lewis eighty seven percent jp mature 83 could eighty seven gates 81 cheinal mirrors ninety percent so you might even see up kanter eighty one so might even see uh channel merrin the basque the ballgame but he's not in knauf's kanter najji marshall gooden trayvon blewett and j mature as a triggerman jp mature balances it in the blow it in the day you dribbles at two or three times and he's finally frau with eight point eight seconds do your looked to me as he caught the ball which hits no initial quality drill would at one time was found again blue will be at the line this time shooting 2 was that's the 10th team foul marquette xavier leading eighty ninety four who would go to.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The key he is only at one three thus far earlier in the three was in transition so in the half court sex indiana thin a great job taken away the 3point line this has a little trouble early at first half in transition communicate in recover enough shooters backers by the basketball he put eighteen seconds on the shot clock so makhulu batty throws it in dekalb hooters checked in opd alexander download my ramsey he puts up a shot but he is foul by don davis said davis picks up the first file but he's competitiveness bog there and mason ramsey will go to the free throw line four points in the first half were him on a pair of low close field goal freddie vix morning giving set the check back the emperor i you ramsey's three toss on its way and it bounced around drops in five points now mason ran into the sidelined awad davis for indiana archie miller tells of something as which swain his played seven minutes and picked up five rebounds three been active out their second shot is on its way of ram he knocks than indy's got six points and indiana's four ballpoint advantage cut the two josh newkirk breaks it across the time why we got a player her phillips i don't know what happened to him but he is on his knees down there near midcourt or that's mac actually really get screened from drawn morgan ride at half core got another play a role in the room yeah the first one drawn set a screen a ball screen right at half court mack had no idea didn't have his head on a swivel and just ran right into a brick wall that was drawn morgan a really good screen from john i didn't see what happened to kowloon but you gotta talk if you're tennessee tech in your own defense in your guy setting the screen at half court for mac you've got to stream out scoop you got to scream and let your guy know there's a ball screen come otherwise that's dangerous play right there that's not a good job to tennessee tech communicate and you got to let your team he made no to the ball screens common cause makah level they are almost got really hurt mainstays of the.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"No idea lee let pocket the back court ears nail yakup off at the blue line anted up eric johnson a block wind down the rightwing behindtheback pass into the right circle they andhra ghetto and rebuttal the rightwing wing political aligned to yakup off the map duchenne beside the left circle to heights letter johnson shirts and added carl sodeberg cruising in for law cnet whose to the left wing corner burke shouldered into the boards by siebert moves it out the lap white johnson what a shot from there and forsberg album the butterfly save will squeeze the pocket is acquitted and holding eighteen seconds left on the power play 1820 left a second the hawks trail threenothing they gotta get finished up with his last eighteen seconds of the ads powerplay it back to five on five stay out of the blocks forced the issue get puk syndicate of progress of four check with your tv said golf his bill lots of time left but we don't want to give anything up here in last deep seconds that this advantage for the apps soederberg and waigel faceoff circle to forsberg's right soderberg put it out to the left point the johnson we'll send the fuck down to the left wing corner soderberg bear chips it back up the board's duchenne or the left point to johnson standing on the blue wind fly tutors shane lapointe descends it across john hayden got a stick in there too what we get over the blue light senator ice or were burial spins the putt back into the arab zone johnson back over depart burial along the right boards tasks ahead to soderberg over hotline rightwing cups across the high slot inquires that hit ruda in front of an app route us that await.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I mean i i remember after the marathon bombing somebody who the shoot out of both of those on i brothers the law enforcement saying that an average suit firefight if you will between a suspect and police last about eighteen seconds the people think it's longer because you yeah and this disclu we have even just from a tape of it couldn't go on and on and on terrific terrific i also a notice a not the just but my own experience which is extremely limited but a couple of months ago there was a it was a the police firing on a car in washington see on capitol hill and i happen to be willing to get into a beatings or heard what i took to be gunfire although it a i haven't heard a lot of uh a lot of gunfire obviously but it's you had the strange reaction mind west mind was to step into the street to see what was going on right which i think is the wrong reaction that might be yes so i'm sure for people you know it's while people be shot the dnc just pausing kind of wonder what's going on without y'all have not trained to immediately recognize the sounded well and it's interesting because you can you can watch the performer and forgive me for for not remembering his name arsenal dean thank you you watched him right i mean he turned his head any sort of look i mean exact same thing you describe it eats like you can see the example of it right on stage and a lot of the a lot of the coverage said you know talked about him running off stage in at when i saw the headlines assertive voice felt like it was i don't know it just seems strangely moralising is is a huge completely exposed the only one candidate the rider with a much preview outright soda your rate obviously i think i e he does something else who would've said you idiot right right i sell the authorities first received calls about the an active shooting at about ten oh eight p m obviously las vegas time country music star jason allaudin dean was performing on the route ninety one harvest festival when gunfire erupted who is performing his last song of the night initially does in attendance said they thought the soundless firecrackers but it's.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lot of work to do trailing twenty one three paul james wessels were that longawaited impressive part of that is he was standing at or near the forty throw it to the exile that posts throw away a box of about sixty five by yards this amazing crawl bad staff and jamus picks it up all south to the right fighters nearly intercepted that was nearly intercepted by an rousson deo tender jamus as to be assisted off the church by white guard jr sweeping eighteen seconds to go in the first half and the buccaneers or punting once again eads l let's when he gets elis do you want these offense of wine are rattling they're not the snaps aren't good anymore and they're all four on third dalmau tampa bay is mr staff they nobody knows gauge or bake deputy oveido water in third now they come in at his i'm sorry 0 for my bad with one of the best third downs it best down third best third doc berge and rates and they been lifeless today anger punching to the west side of us backed stadium big rush up the middle by eric wesson bad panch sheryl's what's it 'belts it's a big boxing bouts to be 25 roles to the 24 to the 2003 back to the 24 and it's a thirty three yards production after all of that with four seconds you go on the first draft so we had to halftime here shortly case kanombe fifteen of twenty two hundred nine yards and a touchdown to jerry is ripe galvin cook has seventy four yards from scrimmage forty rushing batum phelan and stefan digs have combined for one hundred seventy five receiving yards stefan as the touchdown galvin cook has rushing touchdown meanwhile jameis winston eleven of 1832 yards in a pick by tradewinds case ainum takes the need for good at halftime twenty one three vikings box get the ball to give the.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta

espnW's The Trifecta

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta

"That's what i was it that was eighteen seconds um and so the the larger conversation i think obviously is why this blew up the way it did and why the conversations about it seemed to be so stumbled through and kate before we get to your point which i really like i wanna i wanna say also that i think part of this and and i think ryan russell cunha was trying to get to this new couldn't quite get there is that people used this as an entry point to get to a better and bigger conversation they just didn't eloquently state that that i'm not really mad at macarana really mad at this comparison maybe seven hundred is a bit too big of a number should have gone with smaller number as far as a re more realistic idea fish who she could beat on but let's talk instead about the larger issue of always comparing women two men people does didn't eloquently state that it ended up being an attack on mcenroe far too often also let's keep in mind that john mcenroe put himself at 1200 if he was playing right now so there's some mechanism that's a little bit skewed in his ranking system to begin with but can we because i feel like you're a little bit like a judge an arbiter here sarah can we open it up to this bigger point here to it yes that's what i want to me this discussion is a perfect microcosm about a flaw in sports media and that is the way we discuss certain sports stories one of them is when we're comparing women two men you can expanded to other stories that might be dangling unlike the social cultural sphere what i think happens is that every other sports story we talk about in sports media like paul george going to the thundered know maybe were all there like universally iq indiana in a didn't get enough but everyone whose listening there.

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"eighteen seconds" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"eighteen seconds" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eighteen two thousand twenty because she could she could get in the way of more here healing and appropriate candidates who were younger and fresher and perhaps unlike her have some really new ideas while always a fascinating it every with klein again online edward klein got combat thanks for joining us we really appreciate your insight always a pleasure brian thank you all right let's add klein on ksfo katie traffic coming right up hey have we've got marseilles jiang sentence under mud lack of my never scattering at dang during a south playing up america guideline you are how hey this guy per how would you like to second source of income without having to work job we'll my friends at the academy your teach people how to do this every day their patented core strategy can help you know where to put your hardearned money their strategy teaches you how to follow with the big banks and the pros and wall street or doing she can profit with the market goes up or down and right now they're offering a free d i wi investors kit it's a five hundred elevate you started immediately you just need to tax d i y to seventy nine seventy nine seventy.

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