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Tales From the Dark Web
"This week's theme comes to us from Daniel Ocho and is called tales from the dark web. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says the Internet has a dark side hidden. Just below the surface, these podcasts will guide listeners through stories from the Internet's dark side where crime, drugs and murder are the currency of choice. Here are they episodes chosen by Daniel for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from the missing Crypto, Queen and called Dr Rusia. It's twenty three minutes long. Dr Rouge promised financial financial, revolution and then two years ago, she disappeared. Why. The missing crypto clean is an eight part series from BBC sounds. The next episode comes to us from reply all and is called the snapchat thief it sixty nine minutes long. This week, a super tech support after Lizzie snapchat gets hacked. Things Start Getting Really Creepy Alex investigates. The next episode comes to us from case file, and it's called the Silk Road part, one and two. The first episode is eighty four minutes long, and the second is eighty minutes long. The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that started in China in the second century BC via a combination of roads and sea routes goods like silk, paper, and spices transported from the producers in Asia to the markets in Europe. Eventually, it wasn't just goods that were traded. They're also ideas, customs, religions, and even diseases. The next episode comes to us from Lizard people is called Bitcoin was created by a rogue ai with Sam Baltar it sixty minutes long. Bitcoin is one of the great mysteries of the Internet. Age who exactly created it? Where's it going? How did it blow up so fast? What the fudge is a blockchain, and why don't I have won the delightful Sam Baltar of the equally delightful podcast? Weird work joins to talk about cryptocurrency and the possibility that the J. Cryptic coin was created by. Get this artificial intelligence. The next episode comes to us from breach and is called. Caution falling rocks. It's forty seven minutes long. The Yahoo data breach left three billion users private information vulnerable for three years before the public learned about it. How did it happen? And what can we learn from the greatest known data breach in history? Those are the episodes chosen by Daniel. Ocho for this week's theme tales from the Dark Web, follow along with the discussion of this week's podcast episodes by using the Hashtag dark web pods. Now for some podcast industry news from the inside podcasting newsletter. As always, thank you to Sky Pillsbury. Who writes the inside podcasting newsletter for allowing us to share it with our ear? Buddies on this podcast will share the top stories from this week's issue of the newsletter. I story. Sky Interviews James Kim on her podcast the inside podcasting podcast. James is the creator of the fiction podcast moon face a show. Time magazine named one of the best ten twenty nineteen. In Moon face a young Korean American man named Paul wants to tell his mom that he's gay, but they don't speak. The same language Paul Story is loosely based on James Kim's real life experiences. Next story layoffs public radio suffered a heartbreaking number of layoffs this week. Here are the details Minnesota public radio slash American public media has laid off twenty eight employees. APM has also stop production of live from here and the hilarious world of depression. Chicago public media has let go of twelve employees and has ceased production on sound opinions. Next Story. She. PODCASTS founder Jessica. Cup for men and Elsie Escobar have decided to postpone their organizations. Second Annual Conference until October twenty twenty one. It was originally scheduled to take place in Arizona later this year.
The Afterburn Effect
"The often burn effect. It's also known as excess post exercise oxygen consumption or epoch. For Shaw as mentioned it's basically referring to the increased quantity of calories burned off you exercise so once you exercise your body needs to perform a number of tasks to help it recover and this includes the replenishment of oxygen stolis replenishment off. Atp stores removal of or that lactic acid and repairing your muscles and all of these processes require oxygen so oxygen consumption. Roy Solved you exercise. It costs energy and say additional calories are burned above the resting rate. And there's something known as the oxygen debt that occurs after intense exercise which is usual body requiring more oxygen than the body can take him properly through breathing so basically physical activity as you know increases the muscles demand for oxygen on this oxidises cobs and fights producing the energy required for movement. The demand of the human body for oxygen increases proportionately with the intensity of your workouts. I DIDN'T OR TO PAY OFF THAT OPTION. I mentioned and restore the balance in your body. The body needs a few more hours recovery. And in that time it can seems more than ten leads is an extra oxygen thus burning more calories post workout looking at this in depth a study called the effects of exercise intensity on on the excess post exercise oxygen consumption found the also bud effects climaxes in the first hour following exercise and declines thereafter and it can lost anywhere from ten to seventy two hours. E-p-o-c-h dependence Bailey on a few factors that includes the todd exile doing was upbeat Will weightlifting it depends on your workout. Intensity you'll workout duration your gender at the level experience you have when it comes to exercising and studies have shown that one of the main factors influencing the accelerated burning all calories off the workouts is the intensity of that activity will increase in the exercise intensity the magnitude and duration of epoch increase is a study was conducted by scientists at the National Institute of Occupational Health in Norway and they had a number of subjects cycle at different intensities. So one at or a group of Twenty Nine Percents Group at Fifty Percents Alec Group at Seventy Five percents of you to Max. Paul Eighty minutes on the result shed. The greatest epoch was seen in the five percent group lasting for around ten and a half hours and resulting in an additional one. Hundred fifty calories burned. However if your goal is to preserve muscle on your strength if you're consistently by out eighty minute cardio workouts. This might be counter-productive. It'll be expending lots of energy journey actual work out in the burning more after she wants to eat. Sloth nor to preserve gained muscle mass. So you may actually doing hit. Workouts and researchers have also looked at hits when it comes to e-p-o-c-h subjects were signs one or two groups. I did thirty minutes of running one. Great run continuously at seventy percent there to mucks on the other did sprints intervals for the hit type workout pushing themselves to a hundred and five percents view. It's you Max for one minute followed by human. It's arrest on the epoch of the interval grouped hit group was about sixty nine carries on the continuous group was about Hoffa's amounts so sixty nine calories of additional energy expenditure from hit so this will allow you to benefit from the benefactor out over training without pound the away. Eighty minute runs or cycles days week. Nyc With Cardio workouts. The puck of weightlifting depends on numerous factors but research sharing that weightlifting survive affect is fairly long anywhere from fifteen to thirty eight hours and the metabolic boost. It gives. You is on our bridge around nine to eleven percent. So it's put it in context if someone's Bam all basic rate is two thousand five hundred calories. They may but an additional two hundred fifty calories over the course of the post workout recovery periods workouts. That might help. Significantly to increase levels include planet metric exercises. Which would cut before to these. Your books jobs you'll burpee your Swat jumps any explosive body movement sprint intervals as we've heard to hit workouts strength training certificates high-intensity on users things swimming as it's an effective low impactful body workout unfortunately for more experienced athletes. The city you are the more efficient your body becomes getting you back to your resting metabolism and the lesser of an epoch influence. You may feel so honey. Trade athletes may not read the same after burn effect. That's auto a weight. Individuals do so final thoughts on the altar benefit it can be a great auction tool for exalted. Someone saying Baba workout plan each training session host to in house the fat but the reality is the calories burn jury exercise all the most important factor in fat loss on furthermore the types of workouts. You need to do by and large amounts calories through e r really unfeasible if he wants to mould eighty minute sessions if you want more than one hundred and fifty calories from epoch. At eight percent of the total calories burned would be from training itself
New James Bond Movie Could Be Up to 3 Hours Long
"Bathroom breaks accordingly because the latest James Bond film no time to die it's the owners on April tenth and it's going to be around three hours long while it's going to be the longest out of all twenty five films a hundred and eighty minutes they've been getting longer with each film ever since Daniel Craig on the world two thousand six critics call the longer run time it could be a gamble theater goers are getting fatigued other recent run of longer films amen yeah Irishman my guess at least you can watch that at home though if you want to go to the theater I cannot do it I can't do three hours if you're having a hard time getting to sleep just throw on the Irishman I promise you'll be out five so boring like watching golf is
"eighty minute" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And welcome back to coast to coast George in order with you along with Paul Williams you're talking about his work that he co wrote with Rodney Howard Browne called killing the planet I'm gonna call the family the family during the program here Paul without repeating her name all the time but you say the family played a key role in the creation of the federal reserve council on foreign relations the United Nations the World Bank the International Monetary Fund the World Trade Organization the Bilderberg group the tri lateral commission and even our own CIA wow how did they get involved in all these things well it was the first the the the the the is there for their their what their became involved in in the first place and when they join programme society was take control over the US financial system of the United States in the air as they're told is that the members of the those that the program society included people like you know like I mentioned Morgan Nelson Aldrich war Burke Vanderlip I mean all these people as as you know were the ones to set up the federal reserve which are going and it did the federal reserve system for for people who don't know was our federal agents private probably that's why the president keeps screaming at them the lower interest rates right exactly it's not a reserve they don't have anything in reserve and it's not the it's not a system of the syndicate by the way who gave them the right yeah and let me ask you this first of all we're off the gold standard everything the federal reserve prince there's nothing backing it's all free up money who gave them the right to do this how come you and I are doing now well because I mean once again that this was all this is all in accordance to a master plan in the if you were you had to be you you have you have you have to have the chips in order to participate in this game and have it shipped you had to be you know you have to be one of the world's wealthiest industrial but they never put their own chips into the game not really been in a it's it's it's it was brilliant but the shares the weird the weird that there there were sold into the the federal reserve most of people old who's the one who bought the shares were foreigners the rock child but that the meet the number one sure over in the federal reserve is a wreck from her family to this day how many people know that still to this day still to this day yeah and state that right but once again the bike can controlling that in at the same time they set up the to control the federal reserve this is when Johnny rockets or we can't have global aspirations of taking over all the world's energy he also brought about the prohibition because Jack the cars at that time we're going to run on fermented vegetables and he brought in he he started a fund prohibitions we realize not only giving control of of the does as they were both very the nation's economic system but he gained control also of slated for philanthropies beginning with the funding the windows ten personal temperance wakes up Kingman vault in World War one World War one he he go he helped finance the Russian Revolution Trotsky lived in Standard Oil property not many people are G. as when it when it found us how did you find this stuff well I'm a princess of compulsive none of any of my trade is a Latin is doing the scout you know that was that was my background but I was a kid control the something this upcoming obsessive great once yeah hold on let's primary sources in in the booking killing the point at the road fifteen hundred footnotes and most of them were to primary sources these people write about themselves you a date that most of the record stores would you know they were prolific so you and what what what I'm saying sounds so outlandish but no I mean you know you can read about it you can read you can read their own works but what they did to invade the funded the route the Russian Revolution because that they started to believe that it is if government could become centralized that they could control the government that was always the eighty minute they they kept saying this since I mean this and saying this and after the war what they did was did the poker society New York so that the console for relations John D. Rockefeller junior became the gate keeper there they also set up the royal institute of international affairs in London just like the program society in London but the the council on foreign relations became very very very interesting because what they were only a couple hundred members it wasn't a very large organization was established in New York place called the Pratt house but by by twenty nineteen by our time of over twenty of our secretaries of state have come from the council on foreign relations nineteen sectors of defense the twenty one CI a directors every everything chairman of the federal reserve.
President Trump, Trump And US discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
"The US and China have agreed to restart trade talks NPR's, Scott Horsely reports at Trump administration will hold off for now. Adding new and costly tariffs on some three hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports. President Trump announced the truce after an eighty minute meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the g twenty summit in Osaka Japan. Existing tariffs will remain in place, as the two sides, go back to the bargaining table, but Trump will not follow through on his threat to escalate, with additional tariffs and exchange. He says, China has agreed to buy more soybeans and other produce. We're holding on tariffs, and they're going to buy farm. Product Trump will also allow you as tech companies to keep selling components to the Chinese telecom giant while away for now. While ways future business prospects in the US will be left for later in the negotiations. It's got Horsely NPR news.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"And crappy outside not to you. Better. It has to get better. Yeah. I mean it could start snowing and not would we worse. It's, it's not gonna snow can't believe I'm saying that in late may but. Skies are going to clear out this evening and two out of the three days, this holiday weekend should be really nice tomorrow at especially Sunday, gray should be really, really nice, so that those are pretty good ons for a holiday, and I know the perception, is it tends to rain more on holidays? Right. That's the. Well, a lot of people come up, and ask me that question, Paul. Why does it rain more on holidays? It doesn't it's just that more of us are outdoors doing stuff outside at the mercy of the elements were more weather, sensitive weather aware. When the weather does go to crap, then we notice it, as opposed to one for indoors doing errands work around the house, or, you know, in school or in the office. And you know, we're not living the weather the way we do to holiday anyway, tomorrow and Sunday, look, nice Monday, some of the storms could be severe speaking of severe Jefferson City, which is the capital of Missouri. Anybody asked your Anna and af three went right through the heart of Jefferson City, Missouri? Couple of nights ago. Winds estimated at one sixty it was on the ground for fifty miles. Which is amazing eighty minutes. This thing was on the ground. The weather service did an incredible job warning of this tornado super cell storm that came into Jefferson City and you should see the damages. Unbelievable from this thing, no deaths, which is nothing more than nothing less than a, a meteorological miracle that nobody died in that tornado, so kudos tip of the hat to the weather service, and also to local meteorologists on the on the scene in Jefferson City, who prevented a real catastrophe. Seventh wettest spring on record for the twin cities meteorological spring, which started back on March, the first and the Great Lakes are getting even greater Jordana. The water levels are going up three of the five Great Lakes, or are at or above record high water levels for may. Again, heavy snow that melted. And that flushed a lot of water into the Great Lakes and L these heavy spring rains. So it's, it's again, it's always a little foreign to me bizarre. I get the river flooding. But when the lake start to flood that it just makes me scratch, my head, anyway, lake superior is one hundred eighty three point eight meters. Above the previous record may average of one hundred eighty three point seven meters back in nineteen Eighty-six superior is so high jor when there's a northeast wind blowing toward the city of Duluth the water is pushing upstream against the Saint Louis river and that's flooding boat, landings and docks. Well away from the lake. So. Kind of bizarre. But again, the springs are trending wetter and certainly this spring is no exception. At some point people are panicking, and I have run into people Jordan, that are already kind of shaking their heads in writing off the summer, it would be premature. To assume that.
Almost 500,000 Game of Thrones fans sign petition to remake Season 8
"Well, if you were unsatisfied with the latest season of the HBO hit series game of thrones. You're not alone. Nearly five hundred thousand game of thrones fans have signed a petition for season. Eight do over viewers have been signing the petition on change dot org asking HBO to remake season eight with different writers, it's been confirmed that season eight will not be getting remade, and that fans will get their last taste of game of thrones on Sunday with the eighty minute. Final
"eighty minute" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Worse. Game of thrones. A big weekend did. Hell, yeah. What was your favorite part go? I my favorite part was the the breast milk part. Oh, dude that killed me, bro. Who drank it? The giant wide. Drank it, dull more. Is he from is that a Harry Potter thing? See John, I don't I don't like the. I was joking. But anyways, talking about he drank the giant milk. That's why the giants breast milk a good moment for you. Right. From the tap. What about are you having sex that free? And I turned it off out like that. I don't like to see children have you know, she's she's twenty two or twenty three. Oh, yeah. There was a lot of good stuff in there. The war is come in. Right, bro. You pumped John? This could be the greatest TV show of all time. And all you're doing is mocking. I watched it. There's a lot of tension in. There was a lot of the white walkers are on their way. Yeah. Are they not on their way? Lot of theories man both. We gotta wait till next. Detoured to king's landing. We don't even know next week coming up longest episode ever. Right. Did. I think it's around eighty minutes, eighty minutes. John you I don't I'm being serious. You know, people are watching this. And you know, the new thing is to come out and say, you don't watch game of thrones. Nobody likes those people. And I'm not that guy because I've been watching it like I said reading Twitter, and you're mocking some of the brilliant scenes, the guy that you're mocking torment people love them crowd favorite. Yeah. Torment? And then and then, you know, still brand in the other guy a little little still some animosity lingering there because he almost killed the little the little crippled, man. Remember, it's still lingering. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That bastard, I I don't like this at all John. Yeah. Why stop having sex with his sister out? Well, he's he's very far away from her now. So I think there's a chance that we that we see that what John they've had a lot of sex throughout the series..
London airport flights resume after temporary shutdown over drone
"Currently gatwick. Airport's flights have resumed after that temporary shutdown this morning to another drone sighting. They said that military measures are in. In place to make it safe to resume flight operations there. They had been suspended for about eighty minutes this morning, I guess this afternoon tonight there now. They had shut down the airport Wednesday night and all day Thursday because of
China will 'never seek hegemony,' Xi says in reform speech
"Apparently discussing the future foreign forces in Afghanistan and a possible six-month ceasefire in a speech commemorating the fortieth anniversary of China's economic reform and opening Chinese leader, Xi Jinping said his country would stick to its policy agenda despite pressure from the United States to allow more competition in its economic system. NPR's rob Schmitz has more Xi Jinping told an audience of party officials military leaders and entrepreneurs that no one is in the position to dictate to the Chinese people. What should and should not be done when it comes to its economy? The eighty minute address commemorated the fortieth anniversary of Deng Xiaoping's reform and opening-up campaign that a China's economic boom she's remarks range from the economy to the environment to Taiwan in the South China Sea, any present agenda as a logical outcome of the country's reform era in Chinese history. More broadly. He said the country had entered a new era under his leadership and was poised for a bigger role in global affairs. She'll be joined by his colleagues tomorrow the start of an annual policy meeting where new economic reforms might be unveiled. Rob Schmitz, NPR news, Shanghai, Kentucky's governor has summoned the state legislature into special session on just a few hours. Notice.
Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win
"Have to start gentlemen. Don't we insure in a game at steeped in history with be echoes of that history tonight for Manchester United up against you vent as well. Certainly didn't look like it for let's say about eighty minutes of the game you've into bossing it leading. Should it be further in front you? Brunell, those sublime volley all they had to show for those twenty three shots and lo and behold, Manchester United storming back to win one not with the freekick and then the own goal near the end giving Josie muni owes men an unlikely victory Josie Mugniyah reacting to the game by cupping his ear to the tour in grand. After the game Josie Moreno on his actions at the full time. Whistle I was in. So for nineteen minutes. I'd probably shouldn't have done it with a cool head. I wouldn't have done it. But would my family and sold it including might into family. I reacted like this. Filet changes the game? We didn't have him in the first lake we introduced one to not for the free-kicks. But the crossers into the lady who always dominates in the air. While listen what let's clear one thing. Right. And my experience pleasant coaches, abused nineteen minutes in most games, right? Is pot. It's not right as part over. But once again on the first point once again, he stealing headlines from please. That's what he's doing here. It goes only cups. His ear comes on many goes in has an argument with Benicio who comes over. So it's all about Marino. Good visit Chauque sick. Secondly, a great result. As a great result. But I'm not buying. This was a great United performance because I use the what again that Stevie Lopes profligate. The only reason would end this game is because event this profligate in the final felt so decrepit United hanging against the team that appear in the final finishing other credit for coming by. So Allegra made the change Sheely off brought Bezeq Leo. Yeah. Anticipating the Fellini bowls into the box and all that. But it just made a little bit. But it might have been a great footballing performance. But this was a great marina performance. He has made a career by Britain renew performance twenty Chinese and some of the game show hope because they're messing China sees nothing. He said so bogged vengeance keep it you keep yourself in the game. Because you know, if you over extend you. You leave all kinds of pieces at least at least you keep yourself in the game. I you get this keeping yourself self in the game because you've vent this are messing Cianci's. Not because that's you. Tonight is set to be United set of defensively that workout when having all these chances United set of defensive you gave themselves in the game on and then bring on the likes of really later and only only because event is for profligate. I got nothing. Sits on the difference in quality between Manchester United, and you Venter's is is you. I kinda what marina does where he has teams. Second best was as some all you keep yourself in the game show. Don't you shut? Shut up show. He tries to shuttle. He did not show up show. They gave up numerous chances. But not because they were trying to get followed. No because because. Pick them apart with some good.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Students have to bunk together on cots in a rehearsal space, and these white sheets are hung up to give them a little bit of privacy. But essentially, they create these bizarre shadow shows from the red lights that are being projected from somewhere. That's what I love about security is that all of these colored lights are constantly projected throughout this academy. And no one questions that right? It's just apparently how it's supposed to be so yeah color. It's a spurious calling card. So I had to put it on this list. Well, you wondered if my favorite color blue would come up in this top five, and it's right there in the title of my number three. No, I'm not going with three colors blue, the Krysztof Kieslowski film, though, I considered all three of those films share in that trilogy. But actually a film from the same year called blue. And it's from director Derek Jarman that I saw back as a film student. It's his twelve film has final film. He was close to dying when he made the film from age. Is related complications. And basically at this point due to these complications. He was going blind and actually could only C N shades of blue. So the entire film. I think it's about an eighty minute film. Seventy eighty minute movie is just a single frame of the color blue projected for the entire running time of the film. And then the rest is a soundscape. It's fascinating as an experiment, not just century. And that it's requiring us as viewers to construct meaning out of the sounds, but in terms of director bringing his vision to an audience. This is what every film ultimately is an artist bringing their imagination their preoccupations their experiences and their memories to the screen, and here Germans doing it in a literal way since he only could see the color blue. And we get kind of to have to the movie one where he really focuses on the significance of the color blue and kind of sees the color blue as its own character. And then we also get ruminations on his life. And his voice in colleagues talking about his life and reckoning with his past and reckoning with his future and losses from his life. It's all seen through that perspective. Oral Deage PG's consumed by the Nivea. So they've tweaked molecule food system. Risk is. And I had to live forty years blind. I might think twice. Treat my own gulls. It was a bright lights. Oh yourselves into my again..
"eighty minute" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Exactly. When he's watching the fights, the graphics on those screens, I recognized the shapes of the trapezoid around the names and everything. They made the screens to be live action versions of the DA games. We played with the names in the same spots and everything, and he's the game or he's the gamer geek with the ever. So slightly greasy hair who's just sitting there possibly a step away from when the game is over playing extreme Venus vacation and turning on the nip slip. And he's like, the only techy there is nobody else in this complex. Everything is being run by him. He will later explain that he is the one that did the logistics of setting up this whole complex. It's. Wired because of him. And he knows that Eric Roberts Donovan killed the father of his crush. It's kind of morally suspect that he is like, withholding and hoping that you'll fall in love. That should be a leading line before I like ask you out on a date. I should let you know that you're playing for a man that killed your father, right? And that kind of goes to what you've been asking for Stewart is an extra scene or some some exposition explain this, but the way it comes off is they're playing this guy really one note. He's just a dork and he's just in love with Elena and having that knowledge like they need to either layer this guy a little bit more and make him maybe driven by greed to a certain degree. But then again, we already have that character. We have the greed driven character, so there's just no room to put more stuff on this otherwise need this character. There's no room in eighty minute movie. This movie is shockingly brief. I mean, I felt like I play and to my mind thirty minutes later. The thing was over. I'll give it that it does race through the cliches and yeah, just does not afford time for the characters. I would argue they should've and they could've. They could've added twenty minutes and not only would it not have slowed things down. It would have increased our enjoyment at watching these characters in Iraq and fight. But like you said about coverage, I wonder there's so little making of or information about this movie. It's one that people just move on from there was an electronic press kit and a trailer and some deleted scenes on the Blu Ray. Maybe when they got in the editing room, this was all they had that was workable, wean the acting talents or lack thereof of certain stars. I mean, the director is a known director who has done good movies a lot. I've never seen out of China and then the transporter film, but maybe due to budget or problem shooting in China. That could be problematic that this is what they may have had because nobody goes, it says, let's make an. Eighty minute movie. Yeah, but they do find the time to do a volleyball game, which I love. I actually I was so glad that they included it because it was so weird to play that game. What was it called? Again, extreme Venus vacation. I don't know extreme, but it's weird. Here's the funniest thing about the volleyball game at watched the behind the scenes features. You know how there's wire work and various things. You know what they had for the volleyball game men in green spandex, lifting the women by their waists so they could do spite. The most thing ever. Christly could've spike volleyball. Yeah. No, there's a guy holding by the waste at like, okay, do the job lifter up? She spikes the ball. It's just a guy. I guess it can't be wire work. I mean, there's nowhere to put the harness. Gotta throw a nod to it. That was the correct move. It does nothing for the plot and again, so blue balling if we're not gonna see him fight in the arena. Let's see. Girls competing in volleyball. We have Kasumi and Tina teaming up against Christie and Halina and everyone's got their favorites. Let's see how they do for some reason like a Chinese star just kind of flies in and pops the volleyball, and we'd never even get a winner in that match. There is never any Victor. It feels like in any of these fights when they get victory, they just cut away. Like there's just no enjoyment to competition, which is so strange. It's such the lifeblood of a movie like this..
"eighty minute" Discussed on About to Review
"No stars. The three choices are good, bad or ugly, a good film of something that you came out of the year. Like, you know what? That was great limitations. My buddies, my friends, family, whatever, and just be like, hey, go check this out. You will enjoy it. That would be a good film, a bad, Phyllis. And then you walk out of and you're like, I did not really hate it, but it was just kind of blah, it just kind of they're not really something you would immediately recommend ugly avoid at all costs, pretty self, explanatory. The happy time murders so far in twenty eighteen. There have been some really standout film and a lot of different genres on the flip side of that, there have been some movies that are trash. Happy murders is trash. This. This is a tough one because this is actually no. I'm just going to stick with my guns. Go with my first instinct. This movie is ugly. There were some funny moments the worse than funny interactions, but there is zero reason to spend money and see this theater zero. Save your money goes you something else. Yeah. Wow. It was just again, the tone-deaf social commentary, the development of the characters that would just kind of just weird. Yeah, this this ugly. My favorite part of the movie was the credits. And I think part of that was because that was when I knew the movie was over and they had some nice green screen stuff behind the scenes action. This movie is also under ninety minutes under ninety minutes to the point where like when it did end the credits, you saw the behind the scenes like, all right, cool. And then it goes like, then it ends in and we were still sitting there that was like eighty minutes like this was a short film and it felt way longer, which is crazy. I'm not sure how they managed to do that with the space time continuum, but they made an eighty minute movie seem like two hours. So, yeah, this this ugly up there with with one of the worst films of the year and. I like dumb comedies. I like kinda throwaway comedies. Go and turn to brain off this one. It was just, yes, I enjoyed parts of it. I did laugh out loud at a couple of parts, but who f- no, it was rough, so ugly for the happy time murders next film on the docket is searching. Now this is directed by a Nisha Shegog anti. This is his first feature film. He has done a lot of short and he worked with Google. He did the first like Google glass, commercial really inventive filmmaker. Just based on his other projects. He did a film those all in reverse heated, a full POV film. The way his brain works as a director is just one of the most unique visions that I've seen of director in years because it is not just are cool..
"eighty minute" Discussed on 790 KABC
"To give away keep listening for that prompt for the keyword and right now it is the. Third Eighty minute nonstop news blades You may have heard this morning that CBS's less moon vez has been suspended from his job while the board. Figures out what, to do the CBS chairman the TV industry titan whose instincts helped shape what the world watch. For about a quarter century now finds himself. Fighting for his corporate survival this after a New Yorker expose by Ronan Farrow outlined a half dozen sexual harassment, and assault charges against moon vez putting names and faces. To what had been months someone say years of speculation swirling, around the network executive boy I liked the fact I'll tell you what's different is that the rather than instant beheading they, are looking at these allegations sending him. And looking at the. Allegation now that's what happened I'm Chris Hardwick and I wanna point out and and really give it was AMC was the, the network that they decided there was. No wrongdoing and he Stated they need to be like applaud Because if we don't have more due process that we need to, publicly, show yet there was no wrongdoing he his name should not go down. With the rest of these men were there was because now once your name gets swirled, in that group, and we have to if you don't, if you, don't have the due process the the the important. Work of the movement will be undermined number one and number two in a country where we have a specific philosophy of Justice that one. Hundred guilty people should go free left? One innocent man be put away right where people. Are just been just eviscerated, for nothing we can't have that either but we also have. These, people getting, away with, this nonsense I you know I mean. Obviously there needs to be huge cleaning he was one of the. Most outspoken during the metoo, movement Mollis came out and said this. Is the right thing to do we can't have these predators Do we know. What the kind of fun To see the ripple effect of what's, happening your stock drops as Wall Street debates the future of les Moonves. Because he is in charge. Of so much it's affecting the financial markets He's accused of yet Did you read? The New Yorker? Piece by the way. I spent my weekend I was traveling to. Washington DC, and stuff this weekend the whole bunch of podcasts. Ronan Farrow. Fascinated with he fascinating Really Genius. Right where did you say Right.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Bigger takeaway today from today for me is that when you have to sort of clear favorites in the group it's always better when they play on the first day as opposed to the last day span in portugal came into today both already clinching advancement it would have just who knows what the game would have been like instead we got hundred eighty minutes of chaos right we talk about the earlier games as you mentioned her as i mentioned i guess russia spain are playing now in the round of sixteen year ago uruguay was gonna play portugal uruguay beat russia three no i don't really know what to say about this matching suarez scored on a free kick about ten minutes in then there was an own goal about ten minutes later and then a red card for your small nick off in in the first half of it was the second yellow and then you have the ball for the whole second half and cavani scored it was very comfortable for them you know we've been talking about russia and how real i guess they are as a contender of the first two games on this game necessarily means they're not a contender but you could definitely see even before the yellow before the red cards the gulf in class to uruguay in russia and and and that's why it's a much more difficult time for portugal they should you know they they i would predict that they could get past russia but against uruguay i think it's going to be difficult for them because you're gonna actually you know they they played well today and with that frontline i mean it's it's they they do have finishers so yeah it's it's interesting i wonder i mean we talked to speed it into the ground at this point of how historically bad supposedly this group was you know your way three wins three games five goals scored none conceded and now you know you can't really ask for much more than that and it is it'll be it'll be an interesting match because to me these are two teams that play in a very similar way you don't really wanna go ball yeah they don't really want the ball they have their kind of handful of superstars up top that are going to just punish any defense that gives them too much space so it'll be interesting it'll be an interesting push poll i think of of i think whichever team wants to dominate possession between european portugal will be able to do it but i don't know if either team wants to and how that plays out will be interesting right shadow to daego lack fault what do you make of his braids braids i kinda like it it's like he saw you know some american wrath magazine from the ninety s and was like this this is what i want but you don't like it when beller and does it no i don't just a quick word i guess a very quick word on the other match because saudi arabia beat egypt two one they had a goal in stoppage time at the end of the first half and then they had a goal in stoppage time at the end of the game egypt keeper sim l heidari became the oldest player ever to play in a world cup forty five years and honored sixty two days fed he he saved a penalty and then like ten minutes later he conceded one and the the you know credit salaam i'll sorry the saudi arabian player who scored the game winner was quite a nice volley actually close range poor egypt's most scored he could've scored another but this is a terrible terrible terrible world cup for them zero points bottom of the group and they.
"eighty minute" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"In ready player one he's the sort of wizard character and also he's the star of the bf g the big giant big friendly cows a weird movie as a side note it was above average but not great i was good for and then it gets really why are they made meeting with the queen should have been a short short for pixar movie that's right i say i could've got up gang busters twenty or so many movies that because they feel blige to count as a feature extended the eighty minute mark to the ninety minute mark but some stories just don't require that much telling the best example of that in my book as being john malkovich fascinating it's an awesome premise for the for a movie the probably should ended the fifty i don't need this tacked on nonsense does tread water i ne what do i need the resolution of this it's fascinating that's it and the movie to movies i love see if you can name either one of them emily blunt emily blunt plays a woman who lives in a remote house in the country and defense or children were the shotgun in two movies set in the near future near future i know the one is i saw quiet quiet places one by the way i do that to the chagrin of of my significant other i i've taken lately to just win like oh wait a second oh the kids the nanny all i've got to go there but i have a two hour window i'm going to go see a movie now and then i announce it after the fat hey guess what i did today what i saw a quiet place what what do you think of that move him vp come on we have children we're never going to have the time they'd be going see date nights anymore good for you thanks a little.
"eighty minute" Discussed on The FitCast
"I had my dad had gone through this program so this this fourteen week anxiety program who that would basically it gave you guided meditation it gave you a cd that kind of had like a different topic all the kids out there don't on a cd is all compact yeah so you would have like different you'd find him on the the the sun visor of your mom's the early podcast basically if you like oh is that a podcast i'm like well kind of but it's people think kinda west go i used to get literally complaints back in oh six from people who were mad when i would make over eighty minute podcast because they couldn't burn it to a cd bringing the car so i guess between extra three cents sorry continue that's okay so you would have a a cd with kind of a specific topic and then you would have a workbook that you would again go back and focus on those exact topics and then you have somebody that you talk to so there's all these different formats that you were kind of working through it and so with those guided meditations it was really really helpful in that time but currently i don't i don't really meditate in that same way either because reminds me of being back in a place where i had panic attacks on time so if i'm in a stage where i'm having that like if i am getting to a point where i'm having panic attack i know that it's there and i can go and use that but in my everyday life what i find much more useful is finding things i can find a state of flow so for me it's like salsa dancing or honestly coaching like there's so many times where i've come in and have a bad day or just feel often ten minutes i'm in a state of flow in its before i know it's the end of the night i'm like how did that how did we even get through.
"eighty minute" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Now i'm hungry for some o'neill's never mind mambo bureau hey would she makes hats green chili angela's and she doesn't burn them which is about fifty fifty a lot of cheese pretty good right she's on germanacos of it you know she's not good with she's got through the park which is albuquerque favor this is on you what's coming up what are we talking about you i love the tv show the wire stringer bell's my favorite character he was the fixer i thought fixers only lived in the movies i was wrong i talk about that next year is tracy getting home tonight brought you start down in tacoma i off driving through lakewood doesn't seem that bad but we are definitely getting a little bit busy are leaving joint base lewis mcchord through the nisqually river basin five twelve still gonna find some heavier traffic around canyon and the south hill mall big backups on the valley freeway extend from highway eighteen into al an pacific once again as we work our way just past twenty four th and heading out to four ten and five twelve it is busy on southbound i five between eighteen and the dome we are looking at about an eighty minute drive right now on northbound i five getting out of downtown and working its way into everett a lot of heavy traffic on a lot of earlier blocking problems looks like we are still going to fight with this stall that was on westbound ninety on their fourth oh no that's got cleared out of the way did some damage though coming off of mercer linda towards that scene new problems for drivers on eastbound state route five to three at twenty fifth avenue south reports of a crash there that's taking up the right.
Facebook, Cinemark and Madrid discussed on BBC Minute
"It's BBC minutes. Turn. James mugs books had a second day of grinning by American politicians. All about the Facebook data scandal, which the science boss says his own info got caught up in. Interestingly, the Facebooks, both didn't commit only collecting the minimum amount of data on uses in the future. The world's top trend is are white around Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal time poisoned in the UK along with her dad, an ex spy has given her first statement since leaving hospitals. She said she turned down assistance from the Russian embassy. Now, Britain accuses Russia being behind the poisoning they deny Netflix is pulling out of the cancel festival events said that films not released and Cinemark cont win awards on a man in America. Reportedly robbed a Bank to impress Taylor swift. Apparently he drove through the house through seven, the cash over the fence chocolate flowers. Next time not being stolen money. Twenty nine hundred eighty minutes.
Chicago Aviation security officers sue over ‘erased’ work history following dragged passenger incident
"A rambling letter and a homemade explosive device alex stone abc to gloucester police officers are suing the city the police department of the former police chief salem news reporting the federal lawsuit claims the officers clifford allison troy cmo's face discrimination and harassment part because of their service in the military reserve an attorney for the officer says he believes former chief a former chief leonard campanello was anti military the pastor and founder of a mega church in illinois is stepping down because of sexual misconduct accusation reverend bill hobbles announcing he's retiring immediately i have decided to accelerate my planned retirement date from october of this year to tonight has called some of the allegations flat out lies mixed reaction from the churches twentyfive thousand congregants who is lying to thousands of people around the world there is just no way that bill would have gotten on that stage and told us ally a church inquiry cleared of wrongdoing but he says the controversy was becoming a distraction ryan burrow abc news chicago police say a pennsylvania woman searching for her young son punched a school bus driver because she mistakenly believed the child was on the empty bus the woman was cuffed following the attack but investigators say she somehow managed to free yourself try to run off before she was caught the woman is charged with aggravated assault and escape police were later able to contact the child's father who told them he had the boys the father told them the boy's mother was supposed to pick him up earlier but did not show up as the feds search for answers about a deadly plane crash in arizona victims relatives now releasing their names fashion model mariah coogan and five others were about to leave scottsdale for nine eighty minute flight to las vegas the twentythreeyearold took self you video aboard the doomed plane minutes before the crash and texted it to an acquaintance friends identified the pilot as james pedrosa had another backseat passenger as an unpaid federal investigators are trying to determine whether the plane was certified to carry six people and whether weight and balanced calculations were done before takeoff jim ryan abc news the second annual umass lowell days.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"Is as bad as the people he's running away from is so blinded by his beliefs and his desires that he has to kind of go back on what he's told other people is okay the scenes were his mind hector pose a really interesting question at that really any creative person any person is driven by passions should ask him or herself on a regular basis at what point does individualism become selfishness we ask ourselves that every time we sit down to report on his side and we stretches of the eighty minute mark agency the toy story series built pixar as a studio and most of the stylistic moves that this may become known for we're president 1995 store surrey and under appreciated aspect of pixar mastery of the form to me is their understanding of the waist size defines a child's identity when your child you are constantly reminded that this world was not built for you everything is out of your each chairs are like huge thrones doorknobs or at head level over higher children have agency over nothing really know aspect of their lives adults then who won hopes protect and love their children tell them what to do and went to do when to sleep when he went to brush their teeth and they take on a godlike stature in a child's life but everything toy story and most pixar films is film from a child's perspective with andy mostly as the largest character in the story projecting personalities onto anthropomorphic toys flips the childparent dynamic and really fascinating ways buzz later in woody lived to please indy buzzes the new toy on the block and he has novel features like spring will wings and recorded lies that he can speak would a cloth and would pub at one of india's oldest if not the oldest toy the toy's become siblings then vying for and he's affection in their own ways in this way the impenetrable motivations of adults in their godlike capriciousness is brought down to the level that a child can understand and what about consequences by all appearances later nesir deal is a great man a.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"They sleep hard see look he's moving around there yeah okay so we went out for like a long walk in the california sun and they get very tucker now giving california now i do yeah yeah i'm sure up a probably find my way to some finale after bar if nothing can i ask how you guys watched the episode then doesn't air it like to talk about that off the off our our our each on yet okay all right uh have a great night everybody be sure to check out aubrey on the podcast on thursday night and then on sunday we have the big game of thrones finale it's an eighty minute finale and we're just gonna instead of trying to do the show later and later we're just gonna jal do the show with tear in his part of the life you to update on monday morning so no live show coming up on sunday night for a bb nineteen we will talk about the episode and the live feeds all on monday morning as part of the b b o the b b update on monday or i already have a great night odds where the hashtag tonight meech mm hashtag hashtag meech bay yeah i was thinking more along the lines of raven being clown something like that or one of the things i dunno harshening by baen everybody by.
"eighty minute" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"The private investigator tracks down this person uh and is able to collect alatas samples she searched the vehicle searched his car she would eventually turn him into law enforcement believing that she had a good suspect now law enforcement they use the polygraph test to talk with this individual now in it we we touch upon it a little bit but when you have this situation with very little evidence the polygraph test might be your number one weapon when you're talking to these suspects because you have to figure out who had the means to kill her during that eighty minute time period where were they were they involved are they lying about where they are right now this individual even though he saying these strange things um he passes the polygraph so unfortunately this lead doesn't seem to pan out well then he started question wise and these strange things you know uh but this comes from the captain who says stretch the hangs i i've for the put that on the tv four every week i leave the garage sale why does he say these strange thing with that what i say every week by myself now the private investigator she's going to get another lead in this lead is actually generated through a fan of the gets this fans started some type of internet relationship with a guy that lived in the seattle area now this guy he start seeing strange things while we're on the topic ray he starts talking about how he is going to do to this girl what he did to me so our private investigator starts following this guy around and.
"eighty minute" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"So she they it wasn't like once they brought her to the medical examiner's office that they were able to just open up a purse or pull out of identification from our pockets and no immediately who she is um but the somebody working in the medical examiner's office was familiar with the local music scene in was familiar with the band the gets um and i also believe the on her hoodie that it was a band hoodie so sent they have this information they're able to start retreats in her steps and start question people pretty quickly and like the captain said the first thought is did she getting a cab you know this was somebody that was known to take cabs lots of calves were used in this area and she told her friends she was going to take a cab and go home days before uber's mmhmm so you have to wonder what happened to her during this eighty minute time period and the other the other room are around this too was that she just recently had a breakup well police could find no evidence or no proof that she got into a cab that night in them regarding the boyfriend uh they basically say that he he assisted as much as anybody possibly could in the investigation he answered all their questions he was eager to come forward and talk with police uh he submitted himself to any test that they asked for the i believe he took a lie detector tests uh there is also thought that may be that she's gonna try to drop by his house the night you know late may be based on conversations that you know she had a couple drinks or whatever and she's film bad batum maybe wanted to make a man's or or who knows but uh there was no evidence to show that she went to his house and he also had a i think a pretty solid alibi as well so how did media die how is she killed well she was she was brutally beaten uh she was raped and she was strangled she was strangled obviously with the string from her hoodie.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I'm at robs us josh anything else you want to say before we close i guess the night king just like lifted everybody back onto their feet at heart home without top without touching as a whole come at me crowe an thoughts nasa i don't know i don't know the chain was cool though again now chains are in chains are in was this the same process that was used at hard home or was this more akin to what he does to crass tres baby so as this aim again was there some sort of a healing process i mean maybe was sara and not dead was he just mostly dead and then this is unable to transform him into a white walker dragon as opposed to just two white a lot yet when bill now if you the interview the night king those questions start with where to get the chain and in two why did he have to touch for syrian to turn him yeah and then three will be how do you strike like the coolest night king pos like what's your secret um yeah so lots of questions for the night king and to see what his plan of attack is moving forward goal i like it i josh wig a get some rest reststop busy finale coming up on sunday night at eighty minute finale and then just start the rough outline on like a cocktail napkin over 100 greatest game of thrones characters work on it i work and i think i've got the top twenty maybe top thirty i think i already have written up already on a t h r so i just got add seventy more to the list is there a better game of thrones number like uh can you like may 100 in seven could you do that.
"eighty minute" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Following in in his shadow except about obviously barrick and daring okay all right steve you wanna call your shot here a one week from now who we losing i don't i don't i go let's so i want to discuss though i am willing to discuss the guy we'll talk about that on the feedback show certainly this week but really eighty minute episode coming up next week you way they expect that we will get some major character deaths coming up in next week's episode as we head into the game only six episodes left after next week of the entire series and we have not really lost any major major players year in season seven so i think we would expect probably a high body count coming up we lost a lot of red shirts tonight steven add this was a little frustrating for me in the snow where i was watching the episode and then you know you would see a guy who is that guy who was on nobody nobody don't yeah and of alex said does it was just another just another a charitable nobody nobody important nobody important that i mean i came into this season being certain policy was going to die in the last episode of the season now i'm pretty sure she's not going to die right leg now i don't think so i think she's magnesium to into the the back the back six seem player flag on this do we get any other business with the nights king coming up in next week's episode or is it all dealing with the political drama king's landing like are we done way north of the wall in next week's episode i also thought thing is very possible the wall may come down i think you you know to end this season on some big cataclysmic bat showed that leads into those final six episodes i think that would be a big big moment and a really exciting teased into the into the final six episodes so the wall coming down like if if i put it were to predict any one thing i would be it all right so steven one week from tonight you and i will be back together it's an eighty minute episodes of figure sometime around ten thirty or so.