28 Burst results for "Eighty Minute"

"eighty minute" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"It takes her eighty minute to figure this out. All right gets it though. I think people don't understand what m ph me like. They just hear it. Miles per hour i was they. Don't actually stop in. think about what. Those words mean eighty miles per hour. This is dumb. Children are these days okay. one more short clip. This is a parking meter attendant. Who just ticketed someone. Because they're meter had expired and it wasn't just like ten ten minutes over this hour and twenty minutes. This thing was expired and the guy saw the attendant giving him a ticket. And now it's going to confront him fishing in back through to get back fucking equity. He struggled to get back. This is the problem account tickets experience by while ever now now that we do sell all day ticket so you can walk very nearly leave. His pants except for i took it. Yeah well now. It's going to cost you way. More like one hundred quid or something. I'm not really sure what a quid is. Or what data equivalent is real us money. You're talking son lucky punch hockey enticing than your child. S face a charge of assault it you. Are you respond to that one. He won't even look looking for fucking sung. Took come to stare down a charge of salsa many times before in the lakes you could say.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on IBADPP CAST

IBADPP CAST

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on IBADPP CAST

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Man City Break UCL Jinx

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Man City Break UCL Jinx

"We kick things off in germany where it finished brucie dolton one of the city to however the champions league favors to sweat throughout this game because dortmund would take the lead batting with the goal one nil. Remember bruce you would be going. Through then. Marries convince a penalty fill phone with the goal of then guarantee city place in the semifinals where that as psg water game asking me. Look ahead to those games a little bit later on. Welcome indiana all going to feel. It's off native. Anouar anna craig. Burley to the show craig. Another good champions league tie today. Yeah absolutely and that goal from bellingham and he how good was he over the two legs for one so young but that goal just put the jails on minds on mindset of was going to be another story again but there were patient. Who a patient and the pastor and the got the job done. I don't think it was brilliant from them over the two games But it was certainly good enough. And i think dortmund can have many complete. I mean you can complain about the decision false game when the referee chopped off the bellingham goal but over the two legs. There was no surprise. We'll just a little bit too strong. But i thought they made a little bit work of the one hundred and eighty minutes then then then it should have been. I think when the draw was initially made made them we thought this is a bank city. We'll get through. No problem is craig said that made to work hard for it. I wouldn't necessarily say it was a banker but realistically call it. Favorable draw but the way that cities basically gone through this game here. It's been since about what had been like so far. Twenty twenty one. They don't always below teams away but it tends to find a way to win

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"eighty minute" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"We have a wonderful amazing panel of a man here. We posed the question earlier this week. Or what do you mean. Think and we have them here. Pen will seven here to pick the brains to love on black brother. We love definitely love you so we want to be able to understand you. Oh so we want to pick your brain today. i want to start with some antra So once you drop your name age where you from relationships status and profession. We'll start in studio first so here we go My name is donald. The mar thomas dixon forty four. I am rachel's older brother. And shes kind of play older brother i had cast but she is my sister. Kaya right all right Worked for the detroit fire department. I've been there for two decades ready to leave. But they're basically waiting. And that's what i do. My name is jason crawford from los angeles. I reside and atlanta I am rachel. I like to say god brother and Yeah just here to represent me. Thank you for being here. He flew here. You're selfish reason. But i wanted to skate. Northland last definitely Moniz devante mcmillan Years oh mary Spends with rachel. As well. As donald Auditor worked for manufacturing company for the main factors home and as of nature This here you know. Show some love and some questions yes. Thank you so much for ban here. I'll let me let me put out there. I am single. Skip thank clear headed your gang down. Next i'm melvin williams longtime friend middle school friends. Rachel longtime friends to talk. Show i I work in manufacturing union stewart from my company and I'm open anything age. Single is well how are you. How are you thirty eight. Hey come on. Eighty two bay eighty two. Everybody i am originally from ohio now. thirty one years old. I am a middle school choir. Tv and this is must education Acquired teach. But i'm singing the whole life I am healy single As i am along longer engage story during is the perfect conversation obviated shave somebody mine spooners relationships and so yeah. Thank you for him here. Edge would've known name was Four edge forty. That all and i'll be forty one next week. Mary tyler with us can eat that one. Time corey Found went out my up millions of the. I'm sorry with their rock building services. My own company age home repairs. Finest repair that. no yeah. so that's you're looking forward to marry man's point of view because mary man we deal with a lotta shit man rachel you might appreciate you inviting me class. Thank you for being here. Edge brought now on that because already won Tatchell cousin movie movie producer. Acting in mere. To see which i'll talk about me and tasha has compensation's so if this show is anything like our conversations it's gonna be doping and i'm tune in all the time lapse. Oh thirty one. I want mater youngest por. Now you probably same age you down eighty nine babies eighty minute up now. I still got a little sense everything. So we just wanna to thank god for being here today and sheer this experiencing experience with us in your thoughts with us and i want to add to that because not one of you guys said no. Nobody hesitated the second car. And said can you. Will you absolutely say yes so. Thank you rocky road anytime for you. Because i love you i love you so we diving right in. We pose questions on facebook and the ladies. Just wanna talk about relationships so we're gonna die right into into relationships. First question in a few words would you. What would you guys as the major disconnect between black women and black beans gotta have our attia. We had to get like what would you say. Just a few words. I might be more than one thing. Level out layers our relationship expectations. I think that that's one of the one of the things that that has always been an issue. I think and just relationships in general but but definitely has released to You know african american Relationships i think relationship expectations. And i think that not having Clear dialogue on what. Those expectations are from the beginning. Leads to problems. Further down the line jason.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Don't do that in person to do it. So they said okay. Michael pick you up. And i didn't realized well that's what i thought so. So she said cop there. I said you mean if only donald you said you mean you could go pick me up in the plane. Oh my gosh yeah so And of course it wasn't bike. It was his pilot so as pilot went around collecting all the folks from different states. Last wants or she's dangerous. Wanna said everybody in the same. That's exactly what. I said what i said you were. You were cross. I stay little catholic. I'll send you. I said you wanna put us all in play. Might take precautions city duckworth against the charter of every place. I've ever worked so you can never have all senior executives in the same plane and we had a you know. Virtually all the folks that you saw Were on the plane with me and doctors doctor. Chievo all the folks from michigan And we flew out. John is joined us and So we flew out and flew back. selected some of the different times. So my georgia's later but anyway. We spent the weekend filming that. I'm dan what i think. Most people don't know as that's just the tip of an iceberg. What she saw vince first. Two hours that's only the tip is gonna i an eighty minute segment with my Gen saint job. I'm closer yeah. I'm sure he's an equal segment and there's a lot each of those individuals and he interviewed have their own Probably hourlong segment. Were you in that later in the video. Like i haven't gotten to yet or your stuff a separate no. They're they're pulling. I think these gonna i think he's they decided to use georgia and john's technology as a separate a separate subject because this went focused exclusively on mike on cyber security and and with the dominion machines so and we did get into all the tabulation areas that we've had here in georgia for with with the dominion. She's but again it. Hasn't it hasn't aired. Yeah so There's so much more calm than people don't even realize them..

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Tales From the Dark Web

Feedback with EarBuds

03:58 min | 2 years ago

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.

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The Afterburn Effect

20 Minute Fitness

05:10 min | 2 years ago

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

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New James Bond Movie Could Be Up to 3 Hours Long

Jason and Alexis

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"eighty minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The order from insurance commissioner Ricardo Lara will only last for one year and it only covers the people who live within the perimeter of one of sixteen different wild fires that raged across the state in October some nasty weather is ahead of of California this weekend winds and heavy rain will linger in the bay area and Sacramento the National Weather Service says there could be up to three feet of new snow above seven thousand feet and several inches at lower elevations along with winds gusting up to fifty miles per hour at the ridge tops last week's bomb sites on the palm of the west coast created some of the biggest wave ever recorded in California UC San Diego says a record seventy five foot wave was recorded off the coast of Cape Mendocino last week the university's coastal data information program says that was the tallest wave recorded during the storm and that's the news I'm saying the cha in the roadway that eighty eastbound just before Scott road and looks like you have he higher in the roadway outside of that traffic moving pretty well in around Sacramento eighty minute you're to Davis right now seventy minutes going the other direction I'm Jack Faris unix border just thirty minutes to send the point one can't be kept for for today we'll see cloudy skies with periods of rain highs of sixty two to sixty six them for tonight some leftover showers lows in the mid fifties tomorrow we'll see clouds a shower to highs near sixty morning five Monday then son highs near sixty again I'm accu weather's bill decker news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. news ninety three point one K. M. a little on the I heart radio now number one for podcasting radio station you are not a generic human men your body is not generic every man has a unique physical make up this is why generic pills and supplements don't work for many men who suffer with.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Shell hole boy eighty minutes past the hour were the really factor dot com studios our numbers eight hundred six five five Mike I hope you'll join us got a lot to cover today breaking news that we are monitoring the impeachment hearing but I'm telling you there's nothing there right now you got shipped droning on he's got he's regurgitating Sunland opening statement yesterday I promise you ship to ship isn't regurgitating song when admitting the trump specifically wanted no quid pro quo with Ukraine one eight hundred six five five six four five three you're the relief actor dot com studios I hope you join us press one to come on here with me press two to leave a voicemail message I want a lot of voices that believe me I'd rather hear your voice then Adam ships and we'll do just that next year on the Mike Gallagher show love to tell you about a mac I'm an honorary lifetime member because for years I joined on fifty nine I am so proud that anybody over fifty can join and PS you want to support an organization that fights for conservative values rather than what the a a RP does you don't have to be fifty or older you can join any age sixteen Bucks a year to get your imac membership card and you're gonna get the same discounts and benefits you get anywhere else but the difference is a mac is fighting for us they're fighting against reckless government spending the expanding scope of the federal government they're pro small business and for.

"eighty minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:46 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Maybe it no it was in this century it was that's always okay so this show I think in so many ways no word from the movie Dolly and you know it started out as a place that he said well they made a play of the movie no no no that's people are don't know that this started as a play yeah either way he play or movie it's so good I have to say don't you think it's a wonderful story it's a wonderful story about six women who come together in a sanctuary basically have one where everything is safe you know for them you played a lake at the Olympia Dukakis role if you remember it and the Shirley MacLaine wrong that's right you guys have the best line if you I mean everybody gets good we have the singers yeah I think I think we think so too we I think I think Amy can I hit it and I had is that it's about a safe place for women can be women and everyone goes through trials and tribulations but boy eat in the community and women and just being able to talk about things with the backdrop of a hair salon yeah is is really something because I find even silliness in the community of going to a restroom at night at a restaurant true it's everyone's open once it's all women yeah you know yeah it good no holds barred to get a little nervous when women get together and they have every resources the plays like the movie set in what time period so it's an eighty minute that we got the eighties here I'm telling you you will back at those clothes and think what you might not I don't know how old you guys are but let me tell you it is it is almost too soon to look at what I had on my body in the eighties it is one of your office Weezer's are terrible truly got off but like the sort of asks acid washed on those fleeting jeans I believe it does I wearing a pair of pleated khaki pants in the last scene burn I just hello world yes these are my hips huge box seats and he's so you're in a hair salon two weeks on end and Osteen van is playing truyen she's fancies yeah is there a lot is is there Tana ratting going on is there I guess I guess you get that mad and then I get a whole I com I start the second act in rollers and they and and my my stylist a nail taken down by now that is raises it around and puffed up this braised it within an inch of its life and yeah I always do now the Daryl Hannah care if you're you know you're going to you're going to absolutely love you okay now worship at the altar of and then okay king place Shelby Shelby Maxwell plays is minimal AnnaLynne Milan yes the husbands in it no we okay it's really so what is it about you know you may think you kind of touched on it about the community of women but what what made you want to come to Minnesota to take part in this it stinks because my third time here and your mailing out of Hormuz time yeah yeah well I've been here in the death yeah that was okay and I've been here in the fall slash was lovely you go to the state fair and that's always chocolate covered bacon and and then when this one came up I got a call from the casting director New York who's who's wonderful and she said Hey the Guthrie's interesting you coming back my one okay great what's the show just steel magnolias and I said oh what's the sludge told me the dates my what a ha okay I you know I'm interested she said well you'll you'll have to audition and I said wait a minute I know the director and she's asking for me eight so what's the deal as well Joe harsh does know you I said well really okay whose cast and she said she said well met as several of the rules are cast yet but of the people who are local Sally winger now it stop stop right there I'm in I'm in all additional I can't wait yeah I I want we were dressing room mates during six degrees okay if if you want to talk about sanctuary yeah a woman's dressing room at a theater is where it all happens do you I mean you might I did we were we do you call it and I mean we were so nervous to go on stage and we were just fluff in each other's hair and you can see pictures trying to get ourselves into our care to feel good about going up on stage you know what other people touch it wow right yeah it's our man well we can't help but they don't make it you know we just we you know we've been here for seventeen have right now I know in its it's it's inspiring what is your best thing you get in the dressing room besides maybe you know make out session or something but like is it getting something that delivered is it do you have no well which see if you but you come in every day and you do this check in with each other about your day would you eat when you when you talk what is for dinner S. B. you become you have a sort of Sir I don't eat just sort of give it a day okay non dramatic name really French let me checking Instagram pleasures of her family's life you know exacerbating would be interesting being an actress when you travel from you know theatre to theatre and you're not part of like this a company anymore and so you're traveling around to meeting different people all the time it's like your complete time in the office yeah my I always said after say hello and goodbye really easily we have to know each other quickly yeah and we have to be we have to be okay with saying goodbye and we'll see you next time we see you because sometimes that's your right right yeah okay so steel magnolia is playing at the Guthrie theater now through number fifty sambar fifteen you've got it com yeah guaranteed a good time it's until we have to get on my on that set or just designed by the entire design team or women are women what I heard this whole production is women yes finances connect stage manager Jason Kuzman shout out are honorary woman man whose name I didn't see what what is it you guys because you're you have been you know you came down from to lose in the ninth grade I was reading a little bit you grew up Providence Rhode Island which I love these girls I grew up in Providence and and it and in Brazil and sample Brazil for a number of years wow yeah right and your dad a polo player he was a sorry I'm like Fulbright okay scholar and he taught in some hell for awhile but but yeah and then I went to a girl's private school of Quaker girls private school and then went to brown and then I went right into Trinity rep and and being coming up in the regional theater system in this country made me really honor that whole lifestyle which is what goes on here right yeah and and you the the whole that whole lifestyle of of you know being able to pick up and go to a venue that you really respect and you want to work in when people that you know and respect of heard of and respect and love to be with joy it's it's pure joy when you get to do it I believe you beds I can see it on your face and I can see that relationship to it's really cool it's cool to see you haven't seen you in a long time okay so one more thing about being live in doing theater what what if people come up to eight you inside because I bet you had a couple CUNY's after the Cheryl or people have come up to like I'm not worthy you're so.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's always okay so this show I think in so many ways no word from the movie Dolly and you know it started out as a place that he said well they made a play of the movie no no no that's people are don't know that this started as a play yeah either way he play or movie it's so good I have to say don't you think it's a wonderful story it's a wonderful story about six women who come together in a sanctuary basically you have on where everything is safe you know for them down and you played a lake of the Olympia Dukakis role if you remember it and the Shirley MacLaine wrong that's right you guys have the best line if you do I mean everybody gets good we have the singers yeah I think I think we think so too we I think I think look Amy can I hit it and I had is that it's about a safe place where women can be women and everyone goes through trials and tribulations but boy eat their community and women and just being able to talk about things with the backdrop of a hair salon yeah is is really something because I find even silliness in the community of going to a restroom at night at a restaurant true it's everyone's open once it's all women yeah you know yeah it good old to get a little nervous when women get together and every resources the plays like the movie set in what time period so it's an eighty minute got we got the eighties here I'm telling you you will back at those clothes and think what you might not I don't know how old you guys are but let me tell you it is it is almost too soon to look at what I had on my body in the eighties it is one of your office family Weezer's are terrible truly got off but like the sort of asks acid wash those fleeting jeans it does I wearing a pair of pleated khaki pants and see burn I just hello world these are my hips on huge box seat he's so you're in a hair salon two weeks on end and Osteen van is playing truyen she's fancies yeah is there a lot is is there a ton of ratting going on is there I get I get that mad and then I get a whole I com I start the second act in rollers and they and and my my stylist and they'll take down I now that is raises it around and puffed up this braised it within an inch of its life and yeah I always do now the Daryl Hannah if you you know you're going to you're going to absolutely love you okay now worship at the altar of admin okay king place shall be showing Maxwell plays is minimal in Milan Milan yes the husbands in it no we okay it's really so what is it about you know you may think you kind of touched on it about the community of women but what what made you want to come to Minnesota to take part in this instinct is my third time here and your well I got a warm it's time yeah yeah well I've been here in the depths of ever that was okay and I've been here in the fall switch was lovely you go to the state fair and that's always chocolate covered bacon and and then when this one came up I got a call from the casting director New York who's who's wonderful and she said Hey the Guthrie's interesting you coming back my one okay great what's the show just steel magnolias and I said oh what's the sludge told me the dates uhhuh okay I you know I'm interested she said well you'll you'll have to audition and I said wait a minute I know the director and she's asking for me way so what's the deal as well Joe harsh does know you I said well really okay whose cast and she said she said well met as several of the rules aren't cast yet but of the people who are local Sally winner now it stop stop right there I'm in I'm in all additional I can't wait yeah I I want we were dressing room mates during six degrees okay if if you want to talk about sanctuary yeah a woman's dressing room at a theater is where it all happens do you guy I mean you might did it twice I did we were we do you call it and I mean we were so nervous to go on stage and we were just fluff in each other's hair and you can see pictures trying to get ourselves into our care to feel good about going up on stage and I you.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This century it was that's always okay so this show I think in so many ways no word from the movie Dolly and you know it started out as a place that he said well they made a play of the movie no no no that's people are don't know that this started as a play yeah either way he play or movie it's so good I have to say don't you think it's a wonderful story it's a wonderful story about six women who come together in a sanctuary basically have also on where everything is safe you know for them you played a lake at the Olympia Dukakis role if you remember it and the Shirley MacLaine wrong that's right you guys have the best line if you do I mean everybody gets good we have the singers yeah I think I think we think so too we I think I think look Amy can I hit it and I had is that it's about a safe place where women can be women and everyone goes through trials and tribulations but boy eat their community and women and just being able to talk about things with the backdrop of a hair salon yeah is is really something because I find even silliness in the community of going to a restroom at night at a restaurant true it's everyone's open once it's all women yeah you know yeah it good no holds barred to get a little nervous when women get together and they have every resource is the plays like the movie set in what time period so it's an eighty minute got we got the eighties here I'm telling you you will back at those clothes and think what you might not I don't know how old you guys are but let me tell you it is it is almost too soon to look at what I had on my body in the eighties it is one of your office Sally Weezer's are terrible we got off but like the sort of asks acid wash on those fleeting needed jeans it does I wearing a pair of pleated khaki pants and see burn I just hello world yes these are my hips one thing I did that a huge box seat he's so you're in a hair salon two weeks on end and Osteen van is playing truyen she's families yeah is there a is there Tana ratting going on is there I get I get mad and then I get a whole I come I start the second act in rollers and they and and my my stylists a nail taken down now that is raises it around and puffed up this braised it within an inch of its life and yeah I always did now the Daryl Hannah killer if you're you know you're going to you're going to absolutely love you okay now in our worship at the altar of admin okay king place shall be showing Maxwell plays is minimal in a live Milan yes the husbands in it no we okay it's really so what is it about you know you may think you kind of touched on it about the community of women but what what made you want to come to Minnesota to take part in this instinct is my third time here and your well I got a warm is time yeah yeah well I've been here in the death of every that was okay and I've been here in the fall switch was lovely you go to the state fair and that's always chocolate covered bacon and and then when this one came up I got a call from the casting director New York who's who's wonderful and she said Hey the Guthrie's interesting you coming back and I went oh great what's the show just steel magnolias and I said oh what's the slot she told me the dates uhhuh okay I you know I'm interested she said well you'll you'll have to audition and I said wait a minute I know the director and she's asking for me eight so what's the deal as well Joe harsh does know you I said well really okay whose cast and she said she said well met as several of the rules are cast yet but of the people who are local Sally winger now it stop stop right there I'm in I'm in all additional I can't wait yeah I I want we were dressing room mates during six degrees okay if if you want to talk about sanctuary yeah a woman's dressing room at a theater is where it all happens do you I mean you might did it twice I did we were we do you call it and I mean we were so nervous to go on stage and we were just flipping each other's hair and you can see pictures trying to get ourselves into our care to feel good about going up on stage.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of anything reserve and it's not the it's not the systems the syndicate by the way who gave them the right it 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 hard money who gave them the right to do this how come you and I are doing now well because I read once again that this was all if this is all in accordance to a master plan in the if you were you had to be you you had a you have to have the chips in order to participate in this game and have the chips you had to be you know you have to be one of the world's wealthiest and just yeah 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 federal reserve most of people old who's who bought the shares were foreigners in the middle of the right child but the 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 state that will delight 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 Greg a 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 very giving control of of the though as opposed to the nation's economic system but he gained control also of flesh with police for pres beginning with the funding the women's took personal temperance wakes up Kingman vault in World War one World War one he he he helped finance the Russian Revolution Trotsky lived in Standard Oil property not many people were G. as when it when they found out how did you find this stuff I'm telling you well I'm a I'm incessant compulsive not many of my dreams is a Latin distance got the you know that was that was my background but I was a kid catch hold something in the system obsessive great once you hold on let's resources 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 the Rockefellers 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 kept saying this since I mean this and saying this and after the war what they did was that the program society New York set up 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.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to cost because Georgian 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 what are 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 trilateral commission and even our own CIA wow how did they get involved in all these things well it was it did the first the the the the the deferred their what their became involved in in the first place when they join programme society was to take control over the financial system of the United States and the UK as I'm told is that the members of the so that the program society included people like you know everybody mentioned Morgan Nelson Aldrich Warburg I mean all these people as as you know we're the ones who set up the federal reserve a check on and it did the federal reserve system for for people who don't know is a federal agents private EE Cummings actually 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 to reserve and it's not it's not a system of the syndicate but by the way who gave them the right yeah let me ask you this first of all we're off the gold standard everything the federal reserve prince there's nothing backing it it's awfully hard money who gave them the right to do this how can you and I are doing now well because I mean once again that this is all this is all in accordance to the master plan and you you have to be you you have you have you have to have the chips in order to participate in the state and had the chip you had to be you know you have to be when the world's wealthiest and 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 with who bought the shares reporters in America the right child but that the meet the number one sure over in the federal reserve is a wreck for our family to this day how many people know that still to this day still to this day yeah state that bright but once again if I can controlling that in at the same time they set up the to control the federal reserve this is when John D. Rockefeller began to have global aspirations of taking over all worlds energy he also brought about the prohibition because take 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 though as the of the the nation's economic system but he gained control also of slated for for political please beginning with the funding the witness to personal sleeps then he became involved in World War one World War one he he he helped finance the Russian Revolution Trotsky lived in Standard Oil property not many people are G. as when it when it find out how did you find this stuff well I'm a princess of compulsive not many of my dreams of Latin distance cop you know that that was my background but I was a kid control something besides obsessive great once yeah hold on let's resources in in the booking killing the point at the road fifteen hundred footnotes and most of them were to primary sources these people read about themselves to date that most of the record stores they were prolific so you and what what what I'm saying sound 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 do indeed they funded the route the Russian Revolution because that they started to believe that if we can if government could become centralized that they could control the government that was always the eighty minute they kept saying this since I mean this and saying this and after the war what they did was that the public society New York set up the console for relations John D. Rockefeller junior became the gate keeper there they also set up the relates to the national affairs in London just like the program society in London but the the council for relations became very very very interesting because what there were only a.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on 710 WOR

"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 hard 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 if this is all in accordance to a master plan in you you had to be you you have you have you had to have the chips in order to participate in this game and have the chips you had to be you know you have to be when the world's wealthiest and that's yeah 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 they're they're poor souls into the federal reserve most of people old who's who bought the shares were foreigners in America the right child but that the meet the number one shareholder 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 will delight but once again the bike and controlling that then 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 deck 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 though as opposed to the nation's economic system but he gained control also of slated for police to freeze beginning with the funding the women's took personal temperance wakes up Kim involved in World War one World War one he he he helped finance the Russian Revolution Trotsky lived in Standard Oil property not many people are as when it when it found us how did you find this stuff well I'm a I'm an obsessive compulsive not many of my trade is a Latinised in the scout you know that was that was my background but I would say take control of something in the system obsessive great once you hold on let's resources in in the booking killing the point at the road fifteen hundred footnotes and most of them were the primary sources these people write about themselves in the date that most of the record stores you know they were prolific so you 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 and saying this and saying this and after the war what they did was did the program society New York said of the console for relations John D. Rockefeller junior became the gate keeper there they also set up the roe institute of international affairs in London just like the program society in London but the the council of 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 all 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 mean everything.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Who don't know was in a federal judge's private it's 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 reserve and it's not it's not a system of the syndicate by the way who gave them the right it 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 hard 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 if this is all in accordance to a master plan in you you have to be you you have you have you have to have the chips in order to participate in this game and have the chips you had to be you know you have to be when 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 federal reserve most of people old who's who bought the shares for foreigners the rock child but the the the number one shareholder 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 will delight but once again the bike can controlling that then 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 take 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 though as opposed to the nation's economic system but he gained control also of flame police refused beginning with the funding the women's took personal temperance wakes up game involved in World War one World War one he he he helped finance the Russian Revolution Trotsky lived in Standard Oil property not many people are that's when it when it found us how did you find this stuff well I'm a princess of compulsive not many of my dreams is a Latinised in the scout you know that was that was my background but I would say take control the something besides can obsessive great went yeah hold on let's resources in in the booking killing the point at the road fifteen hundred footnotes and most of them were the primary sources these people write about themselves to date that most of the record stores would you know they were prolific so you and what what what I'm saying sound 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 and saying this and saying this and after the war what they did was that the program society New York set up the console for relations John D. Rockefeller June became the gate keeper there they also set up the roe institute of international affairs in London just like the program society in London but the the council of 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 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.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

17:04 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"That was hanging around but then the zombies won't let I'm used Porta potty and it's funny because they're not real porta-pottys their props and they're there to scare off anyone that tries to use them at it was funny in the end Rob Zombie hell belly deluxe and this is heavy metal horror got great music and just raging madness this is this is over by which we call it the new ride it with the car racing yeah I can't remember but yes yeah fast and furious Nelson furious over that are Okay Architecture K. Arcade anarchist and like anarchy but anarchy so it's based on a a sinister eighties the teaming of it is cool the scare factor of it was was lackey for me but it was it's like Rodney I walk in the park that one's right outside of the minions nor scary too much vanity ball was cool vanity ball was really cool so the premise here is that you're in in Hollywood and your flesh is the canvas and the artists are gonNA slice up yeah it's the fashion Joseph fashion show of ace is the the canvas and so they'll slice you up and and they may mess you up they may turn you into a whole nother version of a creature it they sculpt you into her doc good music it didn't have the music it had good it was good teaming good sides good fashion show music going on there and then Vikings on dead I this one didn't do this it's themed very well but not very scared. This was the passageway from La Bamba over word of the Animal Those cool vikings that are dead and they do after you do Viking things they do but Halloween horror nights it's awesome really yeah it is really good for me to you know and I again I was not my thing at all I love that thank so much so you have rides that are open we even do the rise because you're so busy doing other stuff now there was like a five minute wait for the mummy and he wouldn't let me do it not reading that right and they have a cool shortage of a cool shop to they do they have like a mummy yes it's like a throwback shop it's got four it's it's called something like that I can't remember the name of it but it's it's it's the throwback to previous Halloween horror nights and each room is themed so there's a strangers thing room that looks amazing and then they're strangers things merchandise and then you you go through like a passageway and you go into another room and then there's that merchandise from ghostbusters and it's the and then they have like a tribute store the tribe's store the throwback yes so the store and there there's a like places that you can take really good instagram photos in their social media photos there's lots of Gorgan slide lots of props and lots of things as you're going through the store that you can pose with for photos that's super cool so it's a neat experience just to go through the store I think it's a erode back I think it's current stuff it's true you're right yes they have the clowns and they have stranger things the monsters so I think it's all current and they have not only everywhere get scared and wet your pants you can also buy really cool merchandise super cool sharpton something for everyone everybody I I don't know I can't imagine anybody goes out of there and doesn't have a good time unless you the difficulty is if you get the regular ticket and you don't plan at right and you you might not see very many houses in on the night and you might be standing along lines that's the the rub now Roenick the the wait times that we saw when we were there a lot of them were double digit wait times which was as low as thirty minutes we didn't see anything lower than that and that was near the end of the night but it wasn't unusual to see or five or fifty five minutes on some of the house says which is which is good compared to last year they were terrible compared to last year when we went closer I guess I don't know why but was crazy it was a lot longer but I'm sure those times are going to go way up yeah yeah the closer we get to Halloween the longer those times are going to get is only the second day that they were open for Halloween horror nights so they will definitely go up in which case I don't think I would do Halloween horror nights without an express pass you don't necessarily have to do an rip tour but know that they have a private rip tour as well as a non-private it where you would share the tour guide with other people and save some money but you're still going to see all ten houses and all five scare zones so there are so many options this year you're you can get a pass for all of September and it's if you go twice you've covered your head so it's scary yes local you can buy a pass and more than once yeah or if you plan on going four five nights and you wanted to spend a few hours each night may be conquer two houses it out yeah you can spread it out you can do that yeah it's like being able to go to Mickey's not so scary multiple times and just hit the things you want org take advantage of the fact that no one's on the ride yeah that's true too I mean it's what two hundred dollars a person or two fifty or something it was very reasonable number somewhere for the whole for the whole month past the entire month yeah it was crazy yeah it's a it's a good deal if you can if you're going to be there more than two nights for more and you want to go in there it's deal so look into that ask well ask Sharpie and Lauren about it they'll tell you all about it they can look it up there are lots of different Pass options with Halloween horror nights now you weren't Lauren and you talk about Hey grids you wanna change the subject Lauren right no I am under the desk right now so good Lawrence he's just going to be on Rama we're done so good it's so much fun an ice I would never go why did Jesse had Jesse listened to the Halloween Horror podcast howling horror nights podcast but she would never go in person let me tell I wouldn't even listen to that I'm literally under the desk for this let me take ninety seconds to talk about academy villains altered states because this show was so phenomenal in my opinion the the show can lists of a lot of dancers and the dancers and their synchronicity and their their enthusiasm and their the they just hit every little move it was phenomenal America's got talent a couple years back so you might remember them from so good and then they have like three highlight acts one was like the the ropes that hang not ropes but the cloths or they call it yeah the guy that I I don't know yeah this is yes silks so-called but anyway that guy did his thing and it was really cool then it was another guy that did soccer like a soccer ball and he he did a dance with it it was not like rhythmic gymnastics but he could bounce it off of everywhere in catch it and toss it and he just manipulated that ball like nobody's business but then there was one guy and it was cool because we had the best seat in the House we're dead center as as close to the stages you can get in the center and they have a platform that they put into the audience where the the different performance come up so we ha we could see the pores on their face nearly six inches from them yeah so the last guy was a contortionist double joe he must have been quadrupled his eh that's the audience went nuts it was lauren you're freaked out you'd be hiding again audience went on I wonder if even made it to show you kidding I can't even get down the main street gone to the theater know what ever made it that far it's nice as a nice Halloween themes show with unique dancing and unique acts and high energy was kind of Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde type of thing where they larne would be in office I would be at the piano bar I was gonna ask Alcohol Lauren there's as much alcohol as you want in that place it's not enough alcohol in the world to get the do who so good nope they do such a good job is I cannot wait gets universal in the scary stuff I have heard it's amazing it is I've I've just no wish I could give you I know it's so good if anybody is like on the facts you gotta go it's so it's so amazing it's like my favorite thing now okay what my family my husband would love it and so is the best when you go with a group and someone in the group does not WanNa go go it's the best 'cause the the reactions of the people that are a hundred percent sure just make your night you just smile from ear to ear all night so good so anyways thank Lisa rich and myself I think we should go go you should go I will here's what how do you'll hang out with Stephen Jesse Jesse in all hang out the piano bar and I'll let you guys know how scary that was who so good or the chocolate emporium either way you could just ask them to play thriller at the Piano for that and that's the extent of the scary I can just about can handle I feel like there's a chance I wouldn't get out of there alive I think I'd have a heart attack handles all right real quick I'm gonNA run through slow things that are open you've got Harry Potter and the escape from green dots that's open revenge of the mummy Hollywood rip ride rocket men black alien attack those are going to be open the entire time then fast and furious supercharged that's going to be open then during the evenings event but it will close prior to the end of the event so it's open for part and then it closes same thing with transformers it it's open but it will close before the event is over and then or a select nights only you're going to have the simpsons ride open now you can do those as well the ride times are super short oh okay so we'll go and just keep writing the mummy he go or rip ride rocket nine different songs what about right so then you guys did the other ride which is interest let's talk I have still on Donovan I want to hear about it okay Lauren I've kind of been my reviews I'm GonNa let you take lead on this and tell us what you thought of Hagrid Okay Haggard says literally the best ride out there right now I'm good yeah that's the word three Lauren that's what everyone tells me now my expertise are so high and it is so good it's like it's Co story but it's it's different it's just so different and there's one part and and I wanNA ruin it for people but there's one part that you just don't see coming and when that happens you're like this is life changing wow am I said that one part like told me I don't WanNa ruin it for people to hold it so smooth it's exciting but it's not terrifying it's long it's just different and unique in it's got storyline and ano- yet universal using on it they literally did amazing on like you can't and I don't WanNa ruin it for people so I've heard that's the end of the review well so it's it's at universal good south the islands of adventure park so that's the other part for Halloween horror nights is not so you can't drive this during Halloween horror nights because it's at the other Universal Park which is Alan's of adventure and it's it's called something like hagrid magical motorbike adventure like on the bike a motorcycle the bike is better I was in the sidecar was finding sidecar I think they're going to be the same in excitement commerical it's where dueling dragons used to be but it's a whole new thing hell new ride yeah it's an Austrian so the wait time when we got there we got there right a park opening we went right to the ride and it said it was is an eighty minute wait and we waited forty five minutes that's pleasant it's fair yeah so it was not a bad way it was fast-moving they move it along I think they had the time just like the mouse does but you know it was it Lee I can't even it was the best ride I loved it I mean I truly loved I will do that I'm actually doing a day universal when I take my kids in December wash it opens too hot you gotta wait till cooled off now have the hot butter beer yeah that's amazing so many good things about universal makes me smile CBS good ice cream gosh loved the soft ice cream off their the sauce is in my opinion hats off to university so they knocked that one out of the park yes if you haven't done universal weakened book that for you to either all three of the parks they have a water park they call it their third park AH volcano bill and they've got a ticket special right now where if you yet a to park ticket you're GonNa get the third park for free so if you weren't is a -sarily interested in the water park you can get it for free try it out or cool off for a couple of hours and not worry about feeling like you paid a whole lot the money and it really wasn't Your Cup of tea and the resorts are nice they've really shorts are fantastic resort university and you can get you can walk you can take the Plus you can take the boat like we went to Halloween horror nights we took a bus there ain't chains in automotive so easy it's so compact it's not this whole exceeds direct it's awesome like I like word in the boat at night calm sometimes you get a crazy boat driver that puts on Ymca or something and get.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have a giant fire breathing robot whatever he wants we said earlier that we're in on ghost dog yeah I think they were in on goes robots I think of a hold on the ghost kid robot so we start this unless it's like a rumba so is that would be funny like if your ghost Kidrobot is only just cleaning the house always he's a kid who gets blown up in a car this is from nineteen ninety to a lot of the cargo blown up others okay. dad's big gun and then he gets brought back to life as a robot dinosaur that can grow in shoot for that child's play inspire all these ghosts driven stories because what your child's play eighty six something like that and that's essentially the promise of child's play I'm so in on this can I find the first episode this seven minutes here this ten minutes here I don't know if this could last more than like an eighty minute movie made in nineteen ninety seven yeah this is a straight television movie type of thing I don't know how you get a whole series there was this a good idea because we was eighty eight so just before child support after the ninety two okay so it still child's play inspires so wasn't a good idea the answer is yes now this is attacked yeah with a big gun whose kid did you get to the owner with that was it yet no one can buy into that but the kid gets brought back to life as a toy dinosaur bind that can't talk yeah that's outrageous although we hate kids that talk but he can shoot fire out of his mouth that part I like I just don't yeah I'm not on the dead kid thing consider me that's where I'm going to draw the line okay fine so you're out on deck kit yeah did the show deserve better a little bit now now your us is the worst I've heard so far this is worse than Rodney could have worked at a different time never this is never going to work. it's never gonna work all right no redeemable idea there other than fire breathing dragon let's move on to a show that was supposed to air on fox and it is directed by Ben Stiller starring Jack black and one of the voices on the show is own Wilson the name of the show heat vision and Jack. so own Wilson is heat vision and Jack is Jack I believe so. okay Jack black plays Jack Austin a former astronaut who he is exposed to in an appropriate level of solar energy giving him super intelligence okay I like that I like the line they drew their own Wilson as heat vision is a talking motorcycle so this is new night writer who is created by Jack after getting said power yeah and he is Jack black's unemployed roommate Doug who was shot by an experimental ray gun again with the ghosts there so it goes there goes motorcycle this is so we're just absolute just ghost pilots I think you know. this is night writer except Jack black black friend but it's Jack black and he is a sweet pair of sunglasses so no one actually has heat vision in the shell that's just the name of the character I love the words like the motorcycle can shoot lasers question mark okay I don't hate that this is better than ghost kid dinosaur Ron silver who plays himself I don't know who run silver as porn star name he works for NASA and he will stop at nothing to capture or kill Jack yes it's a terrible idea for show it's been a dealer is a bad idea this could work is to do one of the writers on this too Dan Harmon wow okay well maybe there's something there then so I think simple enough once again a fifteen minute adult swim show I'm going to tweet Dan Harmon and ask him to somehow incorporate this into inter dimensional cable free because I think this would be really funny see one minute animated of this I think even a full Rick and Morty episode that could work fox makes complete sense actually as the original network at that time especially in what year is this nineteen ninety six was it ninety nine oh wow a year after they canceled hi this. a year before that show with Louise goes mon. off the board mac next. nineteen seventy eight this was an unsold television talk show pilot directed by Orson Welles oh boy he got real loopy towards the end there I mean he did play Optimus prime he was very good as Optimus prime Orson Welles Optimus prime I'm pretty sure that in let's see here first episode had some segments with the Muppets seventy eight it's a weird time let's see here is Muppet seventy six or seven seven seventy five let's see what else he had here he had people performing magic tricks assisted by Angie Dickinson wells interviewed Burt Reynolds wound to curmudgeon's right there so you don't like this talk show now I'm not on this I think I would like to. yes I think so worsen wells seemed like he was very irritable at all times yeah he he was so genuinely unlikable person so let's picture how letterman would get mad is gas when he felt like they were disrespectful right but you would have Orson Welles doing this almost every episode like if they don't answer a question the way that he wanted answered him flipping out yeah but every guess that would come on wouldn't like Orson Welles so just be an argument from the jump it wouldn't be a good show I disagree idiots like what at least he was like a lovable idiot so like when people went on there they had fun with them letterman people respect the hell out of like you need your host to be either well liked or respected and as good as Orson Welles was as director by that time no one wanted anything to do with them so you don't think this would work at a different time give me David spade stocks over this you know what I would watch now is if you got more re slow March I don't know that is he was the voice of the brain picking the brain so he doesn't Orson Welles impression yeah if you did something animated with him doing it now that's like that what's that adult swim talk show space ghost yes coast to coast today got you know what I'd be it on that. all right so mac next up in this is really tough to find actually IMDb page is almost scrubs no there we go a genetic experiments that spends his time in the lab do do do do I don't like that run down of its I'm just gonna describe the picture that I see. it's from nineteen eighty three it's pretty much in ET rip off the show is called the worst man wish man he seems to have these giant weird eyes that's horrifying yep that is terrified well it's a TV thing here will set up the picture but it's a TV show so they don't have the easy money yeah I don't like that at all and I'm having a tough time finding it well this was grants wishes that I'm assuming that he grants wishes yeah I think that's what we're getting at here is a GT yes but he's an alien is a creepy alien is a alien Gee let's move yeah I'm I'm on which meant nineteen ninety one a sci fi TV crime drama starring some people none of them I know. the plots Dr oz at Turner a beautiful female scientist you're in on the implants a computer in a German shepherd brain okay okay name of the show came nine thousand so robot dog. well this is no ghost involved there cybernetic dog so the dog games intelligence via the computer and she's just looking Saksi I guess I'm in on it okay I'm in this kind of reminds me of on friends when Joe he was on the show mac and cheese. cheese was the acronym yes cybernetics something something something something I know one that I know here did anything on its again this could be an animated show now live and I don't know I think that you would need to make I'm also all in on animatronics in pockets so are you in or out on K. nine thousand I'm half in a K. nine thousand I need more details that's all it is a micro. look let's look up Catherine oxen Berg there is no photo in wikipedia Catherine mac was going to Google it real quick after with the why where are the why being Catherine after the R. I and II Catherine Achtenberg okay Catherine Achtenberg give it a good looks she was nineteen ninety two look at specific to their Catherine Achtenberg she's not as attractive now she should bit older but she dates to pretty well yeah I mean I'm Catherine Achtenberg is which means that your dad on okay nine thousand look at her with her like classic late seventies look on a different lady sorry but someone from dynasty that's Amanda Carrington from dynasty your bad at Google Catherine Achtenberg was on dynasty that's why yeah so she was a dynasty that could for sure work okay so K. nine thousand yeah I think I'm in on all these ghost dog shows or a robot dog shows or ghost kid in robot dinosaur show I like that one person had one idea once and it spawned all of these shows like that's a good idea something and habits a dog a robot or an inanimate object okay and finally I think by far the weirdest because it's made by Norman Lear okay all in the family and then all of those spin off show last year gotcha Maude the Jeffersons like he's one of the greatest television producers of all time yeah the name of the show mark Kirk a dog's life. dirt McGurk it is an off beat costume comedy that was shown once on ABC in nineteen seventy nine that featured actors portraying the lead roles as a family of dogs wearing dog costumes so this is that movie cats basically it's the Broadway play cats dollars but so do you think that should have all dogs ready off McGurk a dog for sure did yeah I should've been called dogs with Izzy and it would and successful let's see we got here leaders intention was to do it all in the family style show using the dog's point of view to discuss controversial social and racial which so he's just gone. this is Nancy now he's like what about the show I already did but with dogs and he was like brilliant so then there was some guy in the studio I was like aw he made on the family will want to make a pilot this is what I'm imagining. they're like Norman imagining wags the dog like Norman we need something for nineteen seventy nine TV pilots what do you guys yeah what people like is like well what if we tackle like controversial in racial issues in there like that sounds a lot like all of your other shows you like but and it was over a picture of.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Got to find things to put some things up a little bit as far as the effort and guys attitudes and all those things ran it it does not look like a losing football team when you turn on the film and watch this place so yeah we we got a you know we gotta find a way to make that turn and I think we got the right guy to do it for sure yeah that that part right there that does not look like a losing football team when you watch them play a couple things that jump out immediately that's almost like I've been saying that for three weeks now it is in the the metrics numbers support back that up to the backs up data back the tape there's two things I want to get to and we get your reaction first of all we got to play probably assignment football little bit better do we just hear this on the defensive side of the ball the exact same thing fundamentals gonna play assignment football better and I think he meant that with the blocking on the office yeah I mean he was specifically. point back allied and saying you know Hey dude I'm not gonna say names but bro. this is the way they're doing and seamstress in the exact same thing right when he's calling out fundamentals right we all know who you're saying that's right and I think that's I think that's what's going on here is talking to guarantee talk alleges that look anybody but tackles to protect the man is a comma romantic and have time for the ball the other thing that he said no that I really liked is that you said we you put a lot of pressure on your whole team you're putting a lot of pressure on yourself when you have to run a twenty play drive just to score a touchdown there's something to that yeah the idea that we want to sit her have long lengthy play drives there are there are down sides to that I try to I try to explain it to people before it's the Alex Smith affect the at the more places that you run the I. higher the odds are that you're going to get called for a penalty on one of those plays and the problem is when you're on offense the penalties that you're going to get called for or what the two most common families are false start which you can overcome most the time and holding which you're not gonna overcome you're not going to overcome a holding penalty drive you just not gonna do specially late late down in a drive you get a second third down holding call you're not gonna work on that sorry it's just not gonna happen so this is what happens you get tired from that many plays any make mental mistakes they don't have to have some quick play scoring drive you have to you have to have both. that's what makes Kansas city so effective they've got the ability struck below below eighty minute New England for that way so it has the same drive so just gonna get a New England likes to hit you with the the long drives it first and then when you start coming down on that law then they hit you with this the quick scoring strike on in the W. up it's it's you know you have to have the ability to both in the NFL to be successful you go back and you look at kids that are out because we didn't have the long ball and it was a reason they couldn't get anywhere that you could win some games with that you want a lot of games hold the ball like that but needed to go toward the playoffs because the first time that you start get behind schedule with those penalties or you get a turnover noting gets we you can't catch up right and I'm glad you brought that up because in this case for the Broncos they've been able to do the long drive they had back to back fifteen play drives in the game and yeah you're on the service like that's that's pretty amazed it's hard it's kind of hard to do in the NFL without penalties or something writing you back but at the same time you're trailing a fifteen play drive doesn't really help you all that much because your points help put it fifteen played out you you're you're the value of the clock is the other part of that don't realize that it once you get in the second half you're no longer playing your opponent you're playing the clock do you have a lead or you behind are you trying to believe the clock or you trying to score before the clock bleeds out which comes back to the point if the Broncos are playing for lead it's gonna help the defense out it'll help the offense out because they're already built like that you can versatile that's right the whole big the big play to Cortland was brought on by the fact that it was unexpected Richard goal line you expect them to go breathability right and so they went for the big bomb which I love that play call. you have to be unpredictable in here for you the minute you get predictable defense figure your dog your toast and that's where the predictability right now it looks like those for a dump off passes to the to the running backs and tight ends of the back field right now dot looks very predictable for this offense and they but they were good at it don't draw they've they've been wildly effective at it for everybody knowing it's coming but you would have to you have to establish something as you would have to establish a vertical weapon in this office so point and it's got to be a manual I mean you could do jump balls for court and if you want to down there but you're going to have to establish your manuals of vertical threat and he's going to have to be able to when he's drawing number one coverage which is going to be most games he's going to have to show the times he'd get open and that's on him. thrill three someone three eighty five eighty five phone number five six six nine zero the tax when we come back we'll wrap up our poll question here will continue to talk about it anyways also I will hear from Philip lazy his challenge to the fans and maybe a little bit of the media will get to that when we come back right here on a Broncos country tricare away. step.

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"eighty minute" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minute" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Biscuit company in a really famous and well regarded this IT company sent a stern letter to Seattle city council about conditions here we'll get into that right now get a traffic report from Tracy Taylor so thanks to Richard and the tweet he says traces the car on its side on the five ninety nine out near to Maureen's memorial drive so drivers are encountering some delays there were also hearing that the crash on north and for all five at park drive is now cleared as well but the pretty good line up outside a seatac on five eighteen and heading into the rent to NASCAR's one to correct myself we I said Michael Teo spree speedway is actually of would be island this crash is blocking all lanes on zero five two five this is out nearer and according to DO thi this is closer to you double bluff road this is going to be a bit of an issue since it looks like they're blocking in both directions I'm also keeping an eye on the line up for drivers on northbound I. five more so outside of the U. district pretty much off and on in about like terrace and once again some slowing as we get closer to seventy seven and heading out in past highway to I know you're looking for travel times our Seattle ever drives bumped up to about sixty five minutes we're looking at eight eighty minute drive now from Seattle to to call my traffic is brought to you by a LifeLock with Norton and it's the identity theft protection and device security you need against cyber threats join at LifeLock dot com use promo code rests for a special thirty percent off your first year expires October sixth however radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor. I never get out..

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President Trump, Trump And US discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

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.

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Almost 500,000 Game of Thrones fans sign petition to remake Season 8

Brett Winterble

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

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

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London airport flights resume after temporary shutdown over drone

Gary and Shannon

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

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

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China will 'never seek hegemony,' Xi says in reform speech

Morning Edition

01:13 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

ESPN FC

03:43 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Facebook, Cinemark and Madrid discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

01:01 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Chicago Aviation security officers sue over ‘erased’ work history following dragged passenger incident

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:15 min | 4 years ago

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.

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