29 Burst results for "Eighty Minutes"

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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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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"eighty minutes" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on KTOK

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B. and are they on west and three fifty seven eighty minute every minute rebel cool and of course barber again thirty out sick now all and and all my life for some reason I am almost as proficient left handed as I am right handed rated for no apparent reason it just happens that way well are you ambidextrous I'm not necessarily yes the my brother my brother is ambidextrous and he can shoot with either hand and that the funny thing is is he shoots better with his right hand but he's left eye dominant so he he holds the right deal especially when he's shooting a rifle it's really weird to watch him shoot with his left diabetes pulling the trigger right handed a go ahead well there you go they not left eye dominant I am a docket sheet just either either hand pretty well pretty much the same however I cannot I can't seem to suit the rifle or shotgun right hand you're not acting yeah I'm I mean I can I should near two hundred yards I am site without six left handed but I can't I can't hit a target bulls eye at fifty yards by hand wow it's it's it's the strangest thing out tried dried I'd I'd just I'm I just wonder what what the deal is with that well I am I'm wondering maybe you have some tendencies to be ambidextrous or or maybe as well as being left I dominate your left hand dominant even though you may not be left handed well I think I'm I thank you when I was I'm real real real young like baby you got what kind of left handed and my parents trying to change me over yeah well my brother was in kindergarten and his kindergarten teacher who was teaching him to write encouraged him to be right handed because it's a right handed world but there are still things he does better left handed and he still doesn't left handed well I guess that I'd shoot a rifle I'm I'm I'm dead accurate rifle or shotgun on the left there but boy right here that I can't do diddly and then well and and yeah I I can understand that really it it's it's more common than you think my brothers that way and two of my cousins are that way wow yeah okay it's skip maybe that's for sure but but that and my dad was that way my dad if you ever watch me tie my shoe I tie my shoe like a lefty and the reason I tie my shoe like a leftist because my dad was ambidextrous and it was easier for him to learn to tie using the left handed method I don't make the ear with the bow and then go around it I I do a flip over kind of thing I have to show you how to do a video and and posters that lot when I was in school people used to say we what chill Leto's usually tell your shoe and I'd tie my shoe and they'd support what love to pursue that done before we would look as was the left handed way what ever learn to talk with them well my dad taught me to do that because he was ambidextrous on there were certain things he could only do left handed he shot left handed when he welded he welded left handed when he wrote he wrote right handed he could start a sentence with his left hand picked it up with this right here my brother can do that and you couldn't tell which hand was which the hand writing was identical both so that's it's truly unique I'd I'd be it be interesting to see how many ambidextrous people there are and if it's something that's dying out or what eight four one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay a dot com if you want to join in the conversation Mike writes on social media levy you were talking about who might be behind the nationwide move to re district all the congressional districts Eric holder is leading the charge for redistricting I'm driving right now so you'll have to look it up now I know that he is part of it I don't know if he's part of people not politicians but I do know that he's part of it Scott writes leave just rumors at this point mayor and city bringing in homeless from California trying to make us a sanctuary city and the most of Kendra horn money is from policy I don't know but have a great show Scott are you talking about Norman when it comes to the mayor bringing and homeless are you referring to Oklahoma City I haven't heard anything like that Norman did recently explore the idea of becoming a sanctuary city and there was a development on that front today which I will get to in just a bit Kendra horn was mostly funded by Nancy Pelosi but she did have some funding from Nancy Pelosi directly in fact a couple thousand dollars because that's what she ran out to San Francisco to do to pick up a personal check from Nancy Pelosi and that was I want to say the August of this past year she also picked up contributions from other major Democrats across the United States so pelos he's not the only one who's backing up Kendra horn whoever does end up running against Kendra horn will have to be prepared for one hell of a fight because Kendra heart is not going to go down easily and that's why I'm going to be here to keep you abreast of it there every step of the way news radio one thousand Katie okay it's firearms Friday this report is 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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 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Learn more if you go to keep the kid out come the afternoon news with Cathy o'neil a by the way he does have a nother book out now it's called meta human and he'll be talking about that as well all right six twenty now KFBK let's find that human in the traffic center why there is Dana has CM he's hiding well there is not responding we advise them as he saw that the medical are on that one he's not responding great player that gave you somebody had to say about Friday by speedy oil change and right now of may and dad said the split is about eighteen minutes on a sound cap city and to Roseville's another eleven minutes as you make your way at the Douglas Boulevard which by the way looks good both directions now so that's cleaned up dead dead they'll grow southbound I. five eighty minute ride for you also about twenty three minutes still on ninety nine and by the way I five believe got an accident with injuries at Laguna Boulevard multiple vehicles are stops of things kind of bunching up down there and we'll keep you posted on it otherwise going to fall to me is about fifty twenty eight minutes and eighteen minutes downtown with the north on I five eleven minute ride downtown to Davis on westbound eighty SPD oil changed on service the total trust guarantee gives you twenty twenty vision and everything they do from service bay cameras the service may be used to their transparent pricing go to speedy oil dot com slash save for ten dollars off any seventeen point oil change see website for details restrictions and exclusions traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning today afternoon data has news ninety three point one KVK cloudy tonight down to forty four cloudy tomorrow high sixty rain returned Sunday high fifty five look for sunshine in fifty five on Monday clouds on Tuesday and rain likely on Christmas day move the two yeah I know fifty two on oak in elk Grove probably on elk Grove to.

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Twelve hundred W. away I'd send in Tokyo I heart radio station only on casters as he sing increase support for his presidential campaign since senator Kamel Heris dropped out of the race castor telling reporters he'd raise three hundred sixty thousand dollars from eighteen thousand nationwide donors as Harris build out two days earlier the former San Antonio mayor says he's now reach the donor fundraising threshold required to participate in this month's democratic candidates debate he still though has not met the polling threshold two people were found dead this morning at a convenience store in southeast Austin police say they were called to a disturbance to the circle K. on east Riverside Drive when they arrived they found two people dead in the parking lot of the Austin city councils name the home of the late Richard over ten who for years was the country's oldest World War two veteran as a historical landmark and the legislature earlier this year designated a stretch of state loop one eleven the Richard over to memorial highway Overton died last year at the age of one hundred twelve I'm Kerry locking from the W. away I traffic center still getting reports of an accident with sixty to forty about a job the road at least an eighty minute delay through here this is backing up to two eighty one also some slow no traffic with sixteen oh four westbound between bidders and lock kill Selma and expect construction work to cause a bit of a delay I ten was spotted Ralph fair I Nelly Erin newsradio twelve hundred W. only I this report is sponsored by Ken Batchelor Cadillac the only thing better than a Cadillac is a can bachelor Cadillac discover the Cadillac of your dreams and experience are unparalleled customer service Ken Batchelor Cadillac today roofing and siding weather center looking December afternoon today mild weather in the cooler weather on the way partial.

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"eighty minutes" 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 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Know Seth behind the counter at the gas station to know the difference me anti freeze but you know that you can get it if you choose to Max Frank let's go live to Steven are spaced even courses are outer space course while you enjoy your day off isn't I did yes very very much during special I did not I had a friend visiting for a little bit over the weekend and that was taking up a lot of my time but was very relaxed kind of hung out yep yep and as the French from out of town what town a San Francisco and when you send that friend packing how close Rita going wildest it's gonna go I was night the because they all week is America good good good will give you a new bigger telescope Steve's coming to the Adler planetarium if you've been to the Adler planetarium you are missing out this story over there we on TV do all your TV tester you know what I did I did I did do one a story of it there it's beautiful you should go back for us I'm actually I will have to go anywhere for you yeah visitors anyway the other going to see more details with those things like Jupiter Saturn or Mars with a fancy new telescope stiff and I've had a previous telescope and it turns out the one similarity between all three planets is they'll of Starbucks yeah bikes and a chick fillet is coming soon all I don't know that yeah let's X. eighty minutes alors director of public observation says plane waves instruments a Michigan based company is building their new telescope and of course they can't wait to which party have give a telescope opening party like the first time it's open yeah I mean I think you could smash a bottle of champagne on that they actually have better here at the right spot they have great parties everything they do yeah because a crazy side after hours in the ALR readme yeah Jervis well it what it what a wonderful place for a sleepover you know we've done a few of those at the shed as well where they have the fundraisers where their kids in particular come and sleep over how much about peaceful is it though if you're going to be either any of that fake ceiling of stars with your hands under yeah Barnett Google partnered with one of the nation's largest healthcare healthcare systems to collect millions of Americans personal health data collection beginners an effort to design an artificially intelligent powered health care service called ascension that's the health care company it is part of the global and he said yesterday it's working with Google optimize the health wellness of individuals and communities its goal is to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of digital capabilities that enhance the experience of ascension consumers patients clinical providers across the continuum of care that's a big Ole word salad that means the giant a healthcare provider ascension and the giant Google get together and they part on something make above a lot of money yes and then they will completely own you not only will they own all the work you do but also your know everything well I mean we are one of the really live sometimes we get overly concerned about our privacy because we think we're more interesting that we are but there's a reason HIPAA laws existed and that you should be concerned about your health care information being available to people that it does need to be available to and finally there's a U. S. financial regulators opened an investigation into claims that apple's credit card offer different credit limits for men and women there was a husband wife a couple in particular are highlighted in this pertinent read the husband had a lower credit rating with his wife but got a massively higher credit limit on the credit card and she did either been many complaints including from apple's co founder Steve Wozniak that algorithms used to set limits might be inherently biased against women woman what what what are they they women sock algorithm I mean I don't stands just math yeah and to make matters worth but worse there's not a way you can call in to appeal this stuff to humans yet and I think Goldman Sachs said yesterday that they're working on getting that problem taking care of right away so if you see that there's a problem it's obvious there's a problem you call an appeal to somebody you weren't able to do that as of at least yesterday again algorithm I'd listen I don't begin to understand how people write code I don't how ones and zeros different from one range heroes and all that having said that it's math it's math and numbers so how could it not be an intentional problem where it just affects women I tend to agree with you I think the only thing that could possibly be the problem is if the job is only attached to one spouse and there's one spouse that stays home and is that you know so it's in there and getting a credit for the actual work there that they're doing it to be inherently biased because there are still more men than women that work potentially maybe maybe that maybe they have outside the home yeah yeah maybe it does salaries attached with the husband's name if if it's you know that case okay not saying that all husbands in their hunger story because I don't have any of the motion I know it's gonna be a decline for a credit card right now non this area you know we should do you and I should apply for a joint credit card see what you get versus what I get give me your credit card I'll give you my credit card Steve you may have been more fun absolutely definitely I think your credit scores probably like in the gold and platinum merry you know I do a good credit score but you know I have an amex card I don't have Booker that's very fancy to me I have a plan of care which is like a weapon I had a heavy and hard what's what's a tarnished silver card this platinum card you should see one of these bad boys what got it on my sample English area it's like a weapon and you could use it like let's say you go into a store and it's the client actually throw to the clerk I don't recommend that what I need so when the steering gear I'm just kidding my credit cards really scores I mean this is really into my mom's listening I pay a ridiculous amount to have this credit card and I don't know what good it does me other than a few but all I mean I think this is the kind of car wow it's heavy right so this kind of card if your flight gets canceled that pays for everything not so much now so there are some nice perks to it very nice I just I think at any rate this number down you'll remember yeah that's about four seven I should tell you though that the the one benefit does have is a guy comes over to my house to be changes.

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Can twenty three it is one of four three my favorites fell into the morning eight six six five four four my bags are about to give out ten thousand dollars how great is this our give about ten grand just last week or something we give a fourteen six before that was like forty four thousand dollars the money flies out the door here one of four three my FM I like the nice round numbers ten thousand dollars has such a great ring to it well the the first thing you would do if you won ten thousand dollars now first thing I do ten thousand dollars I'm a get a good massage that sounds nice I like that yeah and not worry about what it costs you know and I'm worried on that in a minute right the eighty minutes due to add on or some you know they they add on's you know for Brian well it's really gonna put aside or something like that yeah where do you go to get your massage is bright you said add on and I like hot strong right there is a bus one wanted to put you in a tub there you're like in a tub in the summers unite had obviously and they massage you in the tub and roll your round us up was fantastic some immersive water therapy isn't like that so you kind of feel yeah it's just some kind of immersive water therapy of that yeah if you wanna get rolled around in the tub eight six six five four four mind them it was great with your eight or ninety eight eight six six five four four might then.

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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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"eighty minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It be your first pitch throw for the giants or getting hit by that wide receiver? I'd be the first pitch if he could relive it. I mean throughout the ceremony. Okay. Time. We're just threw it straight down into the ground. You know what and I blame myself rolled over his great. I'll since you boy up for the dummy move. And I was the dummy. Okay. All right. All right. That's cool. But if I'm assuming this question is if I could if I could do it again, which one would I do or which freed, what four text, which one would I fix I would fix the first pitch without a doubt? Because I'm a much better athlete than I showed that day. What I tell people I am nowhere near as smart as I needed to be to get the hell out of away from Hobo player coming at me at every to speed. And I tell people rod had shoulder surgery after that. He, he took the ball and still gave what he had that day. That's, that's another instance where you gotta say the athlete in this case, me got to save them from themselves. I had no business up there. Yeah. I mean that's this man had shoulder surgery. But he still took the ball got out for that first pitch. Any kept the ball down. All right down. Yeah. Everybody wants to talk about that and he didn't hit a camera person in the face of mainly because there was no camera person you know, kind of near. Quick response from four zero eight. Imagine how big K D would look a horn. And I'll tell you this right now, someone who grew up near horses, and maybe ridden one at one point time tall people and horses, we just that, that's not, that's not our thing. That's not our look. We, we look really, really look really weird on horses. Bill Parcells chimed in rod from four eight oh, this time, rod, you are, what your record says. I'll take that because. It's Brooke show. Gambhir's six eighty minutes later us in Brooks on six eighty. Prehistoric carnivorous Canadians pre on the depleted champs..

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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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"eighty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"About last time. To everything's eighty minutes. A lot of you know, a lot going on here. And the new thing is that game of thrones fans are convinced heiresses dragon secretly had babies. That's what I was just old. Yeah. I didn't hurt. Hinges your world telling you. It's just a theory. Nobody knows. Well, why would you have babies? They haven't babies with one of them disappeared. One male and female or. How do you know what the dragon and exactly who they sending the figure that out the hound is an guy God want you to look between the drag is the leg. See what's going on? What what are we working with down there? It's also weird that they lay eggs. Yeah. Now that I think about it. I think I brought up their day, and I was completely yelled at by Lauren and Anna. No. But I'm saying, you know, they seem very. I seem very what Manley. Yeah. I mean, I get their reptilian, but still flake dinosaurs, they lay eggs. So it's the yeah. Right. The tiles comes out of an egg, right? Strange. All I know is that now thinking about it. And then oh God that would be like there must be a deleted scene of dragging sex. Then imagine how expensive that's CGI was. Dragons, they fired during I would say that. I hope that that I would say that there is probably, you know, like when you have animals that are, you know, mating takes fourteen seconds. Not even like seconds. I have seen seen. I've seen. I've seen mating it to and in the horse business. I'm telling you. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Ever seen? Yeah. No. I haven't really field trips on your kid, all you hope for the quality. So fun animal is usually a win that big. That's you hope that they start, you know. Yeah. No. I don't hope. Not at all. What do you mean? It was always like to give you so funny if they start, you know. I was in the children's zoo once when I was a kid and to like Marvis two to thirty things on the ground. They work. They look they have been raccoons skunks. I dunno one jumped on the other. And it was like a jackhammer. A three second jackhammer. Exactly. And I'm like. Move that fast. A lot of guys can relate to that. And then it was like, and they just kinda parted ways like nothing ever happened. There's nothing to see her way longer than three seconds. And then more for her than a different. More ended for her. Right. And then then the females looking did my husband say that. Does marmoset. Legal rights to I have as marmoset. Did you ask your teacher? What was going on there and everyone just stare? How does that go? Children's you walk over a bridge. They got like animals little force like animals, and I'm walking over the bridge. Stop. And I I mean, I wasn't an age where I kind of figured out what was going on. Yeah. How old are you? Did you see that? We thought it was well eleven I dunno whatever it was. Yeah. Twenty four. Familiar? Looked and I'm like, I don't know. It's like I felt bad. You know that was looking. But that's what I would imagine. I should've seen that. Oh, I'm sorry. I want to go to the female. But I didn't know which one it was rose innocent is back when child. They run away from it show. I can't remember which was on top of which and I was like all right. And who knows it might be one of those animals of things were some of them. Are you know where the females? Town. I don't. In the dragon world that that's what I'm. Movies like the sharks? You're getting it on it seeing all this on the National Geographic jaws, delete channel eleven's. The only way to channel eleven lived for years was showing copulating animals, and he made it seem like it was very educational. Right. Exactly. And now the mail shocked takes his position behind the female. Great white. This is quite dangerous golf called the purchase. She may not distinguish him from a predator there. It is in silver. See it doesn't sound when it's set in the Gulf war. Right. Exactly. Very educational secular shark, some sharks also lay eggs, speaking of laying eggs, people don't often know that that is a true fact. But. White though doesn't think the great white does a little lion. I think. Yeah. Thing you believe they are live verse. Dolphins dolphins. Like dolphins are horny sons of you know, they are they they like, you know, that that's a whole other deal heaven orgies. Well, and they go after Bill dolphins will go after human females. I've seen that just get on the YouTube. You'll see. Yeah. Jennifer, Jennifer garner while shooting a movie. Yeah, classic doll. She was like playing with the dolphin. And it was it was a scene in a movie that where the dolphin was supposed to be playing next thing. You know, she's like the dolphins. Like, wait. Wait, ho. Hey, and then she was just Kevin species totally warm like in the water, right? One. Doesn't that was Jennifer Garner's detail that was not my detail. We did we retain that. And shared it with the class. How am I going to get from this to Mike Pompeo? But.

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"My phone lights were off glued to the screen. Eighty minutes. And the last time I did that was maybe breaking bad breath. I didn't even think I did it then I think breaking bad. I was still doing other stuff. This was riveting and had my attention undivided for eighty the I thought this was ninety minutes of full on my heartbeat is raised and I'm completely intense. Watching the TV, and I know now it's popular apparently for people to pick apart the episode and say, oh, you know, it's too dark or what happened to the dire. Wolf or how did you heard? I heard you. So high up in the air all that. I just let the episode go and I'm buying into it. It's a fantasy show. I'm buying into every you which you have to do, Greg. What's next? All right. So you was obviously the star when killing the night king. So where does she go from here? And as she kinda hit her peak and kind of has to die now Mace. Question does aria make it, you know, she said she's got some big moment yet one where she's wearing somebody else's face. And but I do think she dies. I do think she wants dead in this. I haven't thought about Beata. What do you think? So I had her killing the night king just to Pat myself on the back. My pool, by the way. Her killing the night king. I think does not bode well for her longevity on the series. And I have a bad feeling that something about thirsty going to be her downfall. Yep. He can't be a hero twice. That would be ridiculous. So yeah, I think she dies now. Whereas like did not necessarily think that when we feel about those pools, I have not I picked the night came to be the one standing at the end. So I'm the first one out. I'm like Kramer in the Seinfeld episode walks in and slaps the money in the counter and goes out. But I do think that the Greg. There is another possibility that her and her sister that aria and signs are left standing at the end, the natural thing to do would be to hoist aria to the throne, but aria won't want it. She'll say, I'm an assassin you're better suited for this. And hand it to her sister. I don't know if that's happening to the just popped into my head. So I I think Ari might make it I don't think she's going to die. I disagree with Mason. I don't think she's going to die. Yeah. I think she I think she's going to die too. I think that she's hit her peak. And that's kind of where she needs to go from everybody. I so there was a bunch of deaths that were not major deaths up. But whose death was the best was Giora saving saving saving denarius was lady. More Mont killing a giant come on anymore. My bailing the giant hold on hold on Barrick. Don Darren saving aria. So that she could go kill was at Ed dying and becoming whitewater Walker even though he didn't want to be Mel Sandra walking away. And kinda pulling. Everything off or theon saving brand. What was the biggest best debt saving brand go? That's John start that one. All right. Well, that is a good question. The second biggest moment of the show. I think it's lady more months stabbing. The giant because I thought the giant was just squishing her like a bug and that was it. So I'll go with her beat on. What do you think? I agree with you. I think I think we'll see on was looms because we thought well historic going equal. He's going to have a redemption moment, it's going to be a big moment. And then obviously, you gotta go. So I expected that one Ari. Yeah. I go lady Mon just because it was such a she's been such a cool chick since the minute. I was on that screen up pad that thing. All right. So on that note, I read I read an interview with the creators, and they originally wrote her character to have a one time one scene ameri-, and that actress whoever she was knocked it out of the park, and they said now we've got to come up with a way to keep her around. So she actually was so good and her first appearance that she made them..

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Worse. Game of thrones. A big weekend did. Hell, yeah. What was your favorite part go? I my favorite part was the the breast milk part. Oh, dude that killed me, bro. Who drank it? The giant wide. Drank it, dull more. Is he from is that a Harry Potter thing? See John, I don't I don't like the. I was joking. But anyways, talking about he drank the giant milk. That's why the giants breast milk a good moment for you. Right. From the tap. What about are you having sex that free? And I turned it off out like that. I don't like to see children have you know, she's she's twenty two or twenty three. Oh, yeah. There was a lot of good stuff in there. The war is come in. Right, bro. You pumped John? This could be the greatest TV show of all time. And all you're doing is mocking. I watched it. There's a lot of tension in. There was a lot of the white walkers are on their way. Yeah. Are they not on their way? Lot of theories man both. We gotta wait till next. Detoured to king's landing. We don't even know next week coming up longest episode ever. Right. Did. I think it's around eighty minutes, eighty minutes. John you I don't I'm being serious. You know, people are watching this. And you know, the new thing is to come out and say, you don't watch game of thrones. Nobody likes those people. And I'm not that guy because I've been watching it like I said reading Twitter, and you're mocking some of the brilliant scenes, the guy that you're mocking torment people love them crowd favorite. Yeah. Torment? And then and then, you know, still brand in the other guy a little little still some animosity lingering there because he almost killed the little the little crippled, man. Remember, it's still lingering. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That bastard, I I don't like this at all John. Yeah. Why stop having sex with his sister out? Well, he's he's very far away from her now. So I think there's a chance that we that we see that what John they've had a lot of sex throughout the series..

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Be out. I believe coming up very very shortly. We'll comes out. I the new tarintino game of thrones. Oh, I would assume game of thrones is an April, isn't it? Yeah. I think the Tarantino is this year for not mistaken. It's we would be hearing a lot more about it. If he was coming out would we probably? Hey, drew. Hi. How are you? All right. You guys talking about moving and you're talking about the departed. Yeah. Other there's not any for that. But that's a remake of Cantonese movie called infernal affairs and alternate to how the departed and maybe want to check that out. I think you'll like my brain hurt. Brow? Thank you, though. I appreciate the call very much July twenty six is when his movies coming out. Okay. So APRIL's game of thrones. Right. I mean, we're like two months away. Yeah. Like, it's two months away. It's really going to take some of the sting away from no football season. They really really feel it. I haven't really thought it's not going to take too much of a Stingray. Because there's early what six episodes that are going to be around eighty minutes. So yeah, it's going to kill a month and a half. Seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five a deep playoff run by the bolts rights where we need to be for football season. Say it again, deep deep playoff run how deep all the way so deep you put that ass asleep. Four-game final boom. So. He liked the reference to live up either Pulp Fiction story, I was seventeen. Hey, guys, are we are we optimistic about his way fewer than two stars. Okay. Go ahead. So I'm gonna go out on a limb and say this guy's story going to be better than that lady story..

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"They were never going to be higher than one percent or three percent or something stupid. And now you see Eric and taxes are through the roof. I mean Ilana Omar from Minnesota once once the top earners to pay ninety percent. She actually said that. So this is this sort of the same thing one hundred years ago, it made sense. But then it was a snowball that ran out of control with the fed. With what the fed? Yes. If talk about mission creep, this was a mission. A, mommy. Control controlling the economy and the best way to keep the dollar staple is through a gold standard. I know that's utterly unfashionable these days, but for one hundred and eighty years we had one in this country, and we did just fine. Thank you very much. We haven't had the kind of growth since we went off when we went on it. You have sixty minutes in an hour twelve inches if a foot. Got sixteen ounces in a pound that doesn't float each day actually said was in charge of the time bureau. You floated the clock at sixty minutes. Our one day eighty minutes the next batch and making a cake to take the better thirty minutes. I guess I figured out of those nominal minutes. Tested minutes. California minute Mexican minute New York minute, right? It's preposterous so stability fix fixed. The fixed value the dollar that way. We'll get prosperity. And it's not just the economy. It's social trust deal with strangers to money, right? And when money is on stable, you get undeserved games, undeserved losses. It undermines trust. Steve Forbes is PBS specialists in money we trust these producing it. He's the the chairman and also, of course, the editor in chief at Forbes media one last question ticket too much of your time, Steve but one last quick one. What would he comes to quantitative easing? I don't want to get into this interest. Because obviously, they could take us two hours. But am I right when I say the twenty dollars Bill in my pocket is worth twenty dollars today. But if you do quantitative easing, and you print another million twenty dollar bills doesn't that? In fact, defacto have to lessen the amount of money. Mike. Twenty s worth does it change? We put money without the gold standard as you said. It makes what I already have. Worthless doesn't it or worth less? Yes. It does over time and get period. So we've had one recently where the dollar shows a bit of strength. But the long term trend has been declined ninety seven percent since the Federal Reserve was created that tells you all you need to know. Right. Thirty percent in the last fifteen twenty years. So it's a slow downward trip. And it's not what our founders wanted. And it's not what we need. And if we want to have trust we want to have truly prosperous country. We don't have government running crazy on finances. We need a dollar as good as gold. I could not agree more, Steve Forbes chairman and editor in chief of Forbes media. Also, he is the host of PBS new special in money. We trust also the author of money how the destruction of the dollar threatens the global economy, and what we can do about it. Steve, it's always an absolute pleasure. Thanks a million. Thank you. Joe? Appreciate it back out. The Joe pags show. Stay right here..

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

11:10 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nine thirty six WTMJ thirty degrees now at Radio City. President gave a state of the union speech last night. And I love to bring in my next guest Brian fairly, the president of edge messaging, guys, smart guy, Republican strategist noses way around politics. I thought who better to talk to you about the postmortem on the state of the union than Brian morning. Brian good morning, sir. I was a little worried there for a while. I wasn't sure that the speech was going to be done in time. I was a bit long, and Eric, and I were talking earlier boy cut it all the the standing os, and the excessive applause, some some of it not even that sincere. It'd be like forty minutes thirty five minutes too long. He was in a no win situation. Let's be honest. If you look Trump, you were going to think this was a fantastic each no matter what if you hate them. You're going to think it was a joke of a speech. No matter what he gave a speech that was all compromise and olive branches. People have said, it's unbelievable. And it would have been all hard line conservative stuff. They would've said it was too partisan and not practical. So it's kind of like a bit of a no win situation. So in a no win situation like that. I would not have given an eighty minute speech. I would have kept it down to twenty five minutes may two or three points that I'd wanna make to steer the debate on two or three issues that I have the utmost importance and leave it at that drone on for that long. Whatever points you're trying to make get lost. Let me ask you a two different things one. What was the thing that most stood out as something? Yeah. That's exactly what the president should have sat in on the other side of that. What was something glaring item that was left out of the speech? Well, he talks about he talks about women's right to vote and women employment, and, you know, get the great line there. And it almost looked humble there for a little bit and a little self effacing humor. That was pretty good. But it's also it's it's it's an easy pop. Right. You know, it's great that he talked about being opposed to childhood cancer and supporting World War heroes. Those are also cheap. Every president. Does it again? I would've talked about the dispositive path. I and say here's what here's what we're gonna do. This is what this is. We just spent the last month. I had the government shutdown people's people are really going to feel it especially small business owners in the next half year. Income tax time comes we have new tax laws, and I would have focused on that. This is what we had to this map the tax cut passed a year ago. This is what it's going to mean for you. We have some problems because of the shutdown. Here's some things I would like to do to alleviate those problems, you know, things that people actually care about with. He had some wonderful things in there. It was just an absolutely wonderful affirmation on the right to life. If you're conservative regulate prolife person. Like, I am you loves hearing that it was probably one of the stronger. Lines about that issue in the public domain in my lifetime, a strong denunciation of socialism, which was crate and Democrats in the box because it impacts their base. And then he has the religious ridiculous bravado about we'd be in a shooting war with Korea. He wasn't president. And, you know, oh for God's sake. Stop the investigations or the economy. The tech one of the big questions, of course, is what's going to happen? You alluded to it with the shut the shut down two point. Oh, we got this deadline on February fifteenth. I didn't see and part of this. I think is because this president doesn't have a clear idea of how we can resolve this. What is your plan to prevent a shutdown or get some sort of a deal on immigration? I don't think he knows. I don't think congress has a clear path to get there. And frankly, I think we're looking at another shutdown. Well, I don't think they'll be down because I think he realized just how badly he got burned. His he lives in dies by numbers. And how do we get to a solution? I don't know that we do, you know, he did mention in the speech. Look, I wanna put a physical barrier where the border patrol says we need it most. And then secure our borders by other means elsewhere, people latch onto that. They see a glimmer of chance of compromise. You say look at some of the other other rhetoric they see, you know, just a line each was a bit of a mass because it was for a couple of reasons it was written by committee cooks. There was no general steam, you wanna have a specific like a general theme. And then three or four specific point. There wasn't that. And his delivery is so awful. He he makes the point. And then he says three words halting delivery. So he's not very eloquent that way. Right. But I just get the feeling that was the second time. He read the speech in full key read at once said, okay, that's good to take this out through this noble this, and then he gave the speech, which you know, if you don't. If you're on the fence about Trump, you wonder does he really believe what he's saying? If you're a Trump supporter, you say, well, look he backs up a lot of his his rhetoric with action has done a lot of the things he said he was gonna do. But he he's not very good on. What what what what they would save is the division thing. Here's my vision. And now, let's work to get together to get there. He was a bit nervous. You know? He started the speech. He speaker Pelosi was ready to introduce them. Get introduced by the sergeant arms, he come up, and then the speaker introducing she was ready to introduce him. He starts right away. Think he did that on purpose? No. I don't think. So I don't think that was a purposeful flight. I think I think that was just here to give a speech, you know. No. I just I'm going to give the speech and to her credit there were times where she. Wave the crowd off, the democrat, ran whatever she likes settled the bath. I am not anti closely fan by incest. Measure no way. But you know, we wanna do a boy she wanted to avoid a Joe Wilson moment where he got up and said you lie which was which was right, by the way did lie. But that's just don't do that you say that after the speech. So she wanted to avoid that. There was some of that. But all in all it's just one thing that I did is I did not watch any of the coast speech partisan breakdown. Well, you, you know, you're not gonna have a discussion here on the policy and on the speech delivery, and everything cable news doesn't do any of that. None of the stations channels do any of that. They have, you know, seven eight ten partisans talking over each other and all pushing one narrative either that he's the greatest thing since sliced bread and is our savior or he is the devil. And there's no there's no constructive analysis. So I'm not exactly sure what the what the. The tone is with the zeitgeist in Washington is regarding the speech. I would imagine overall it was by the general public. It was probably pretty well received. Because they said he talks about spending more money on child with cancer research in protecting people with preexisting conditions and honoring our veterans things that people generally agree about talking to Brian Fraley, the president of edge messaging. I think one of the things that it did is shows you that when he sticks to a prepared speech. He really sticks to it. And it's a clear stark difference between rifts with the press at a press conference or one of those, you know, stand up things he does when he's going on on Air Force One. Or when he's doing one of those campaign style rally, this is a clear distinction. He's in as you said, he's not that good at it. Let's flip the camera. The other way there was a couple of moments, and he talked about the power of speaker Pelosi when I think I saw members of her party looking at her to see if they should react in a certain way. I did. I did I read that correctly yet. She was the air traffic control. She might have well been up there with two orange. Flashlights? Right left state outlandish. Don't you know? Okay. Now, go to runway four without a doubt. She was she was controlling them, which you could see sometimes when they would get up in an applause line. There would be pockets on on the democratic side and the Republicans were people would talk together. And it was like now should we applaud this? How long should we stand? And it's it's that kind of. I not America first mentality after Republicans and Democrats that people are just sick of Brian. Isn't it Erik isn't it? For that reason doesn't that mean it's time that we admit that this whole state of the union idea has jumped the shark when when no one remembers any of these after a couple of days, you can remember maybe a sentence from a former presidents, maybe a historian room role, remember three sentences. Otherwise, you have people dressing up looking the chance USA people wearing outfits now you have a president trying to get a couple of comments in there. And then you have someone trying to refute it with with the what would you call it? Now, you have the Democrats that they pick the response the response, and then you have other Democrats like berry pretty Santa Ernie centers. Thank you. Sorry. I'm I'm jaded by the whole thing is it time for this to just move on. Do we even need the state of the union address anymore? It could be a letter sent to congress like it used to be before radio. But I think that that's not going to happen though. Eric, it's a nice thought. But unfortunately, the world of pop culture, entertainment and politics has mashed now, and so there's only a few moments a few shows like this every year. And no president is going to turn down the opportunity to get that many eyeballs on them. And no opposition party is going to turn down an opportunity have such a high profile. How's the person in power? So I agree. I think it's kind of trite and tired. But it's not going away. Got a couple of minutes left with Brian Fraley, the president of edge messaging. So we've heard the speech we are we have this deadline looming. You you talked a little bit about it before. It's speaker Pelosi essentially, I didn't even think about Chuck Schumer. He's almost relevant is speaker Pelosi against president Donald J Trump if we don't have a shutdown. What do we have? Yeah. I I don't know. I can continuing resolutions limping along. That negotiations. Again, a lot of this is is for show. No one is going to be willing to be the one. That says I blinked everyone wants to be the big bridge builder. The compromise it, but no one wants to be accused of linking. Because when you only appeal to your base when you're only yearly cared about thirty seven percent of American you need those thirty seven percent..

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"All right. Welcome back. It is a twenty seven here on the Casey o'day radio program. Glad to have you along and. Where where do we start? So yes, say the union last night trio watched intently, it was was lengthy. I always gonna look up the total time was this morning. But. Things range. I think the the the ranges anywhere from. Eighty minutes too. Eighty minutes to I think it was an hour thirty five at one point. So did you know, there's a there's a window in there? I'm not sure exactly what Trump Clark in on buddy covered. A lot of ground. And I I would point out. It appears that the Republicans have their issue or issues going into it and are more refined on that. And that's something that the Democrats have always been I in my opinion, quite a bit better, although Trump border security or more importantly immigration. I mean, if you look at his rallies his ability to kion on in in on that, I think whether you like dislike him, you have to admit that it was a significant factor in him getting elected president. So once again going in that direction. Referencing. Governor north was interesting yesterday. But that was thought that was kind of at in most instances, the president United States, regardless of party would.

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"eighty minutes" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"eighty minutes" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"All right. Well, let's let's get back to the live record. And the live thing. You know, I love live records as you accurately stated, you know, I grew up with all the great seventies records that I I love to death to this day UFO strangers in the night, cheap trick Buddha Khan kiss alive. All that stuff is still sacred to me. And it's weird. When you think about it because to me like the seventies were such an unbelievable era for live records to the point that they would break bands. They broke kiss. They broke cheap trick. But it seems to me like ever since the seventies outside of a few exceptions may be iron maiden live after death. There weren't a lot like live records really lost a lot of their meaning in their cachet. Some people almost look at them as sort of throwaways, I still love him. I still think it's a cool snapshot of an artist at at that time in their career. But why do you think it is that the the seventies were such a big deal for live records? But they haven't amounted to much sense. This is a great question. And you totally nailed it on the head and just thinking of the top of my head right now. The only thing that I can probably think that contributes to that is the fact that music, videos, and MTV, and the fact that you could see bans without having to go to the show this changed it. I mean, when I just remember listening to live kid when you listened to it, and you hear that audience, and you're at home, and you're you're hearing that audience it's in this place, and you don't really know what's going on in there. But she no, it's insanely cool. You hear like audience get really excited at certain points. And you just this atmosphere. There's only lives in your imagination. And then when you actually go to the gig. It's like, wow, it's the coolest place you've ever been. You know what I mean? And so when you're listening to it home. Is that magic nation factor that just kind of doubles, and triples exponentially. How fun it is to listen to music, and it just your imagination goes wild. I mean, I remember that part when in in Peter Frampton when he's doing that. Do you feel like we do, and he's just like, you know, conversing with the audience and the talk box used to have and audience is just going crazy, and you're just imagining chicks lifting up their tops. And if it's like, everybody's having such a great time in there, of course, when you're like fourteen you, those are the things that you imagine are going on, right? And and they are going on. And it's just such a, you know, imagination is such a great thing. And I just remembered loving the live up so much, and it just made it so exciting to actually go to the shows. You know what I mean? And I think that is probably one of the things, and it was definitely something. I had in mind when when I was editing this live album because we. Play for two hours plus in in live album, you know, wanted to make a good old old school gate fold to discount him. So that's you know, the most you can get on. There is like about eighty minutes and on a CDs like seventy eighty minutes, so we had to like, you know, edit the live albums I wanted to keep it in the spirit of the ones like you say, no, cheap trick at Buddha Khan, and you alive, and and Frampton ABS alive and kiss alive. Ramones alive fog hat, Leonard Skinner voiced or call. No this great live albums..

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London airport flights resume after temporary shutdown over drone

Gary and Shannon

00:25 sec | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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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The US is like a shopaholic with a credit card

Investor's Edge

10:05 min | 4 years ago

The US is like a shopaholic with a credit card

"And look once again to investor's edge. I'm Gary kaltbaum, your host. Thanks for being with us today. Glad you're here. Ladies and gentlemen, happy that you are listening. It is Thursday September thirteenth thousand eighteen. And Louise, gentlemen, we are here to talk about everything that affects the future. And as you know throughout the years, we have wind and complained about them. You know what I mean by them? We have wind and complained about them running the country with clearly no accountability. By the way. I'm very serious today in the first half of the show. We have talked to you also about. Magin? Somebody was broke. And got a credit card in the mail, and it said just sign here. And we'll give you ten thousand bucks, and you can pay it over time. In fact, you can pay it off over thirty years. Hundred bucks at a time. And of course, you never able to pay it back. And you take that ten grand. And you go out, and you go to the mall, and boom, you spend it you buy this that the other thing. And then you're done. And then the first Bill comes. The minimum amount seventy nine bucks at eighteen percent interest rates, and you're like, oh, I don't even have the seventy nine dollars. What am I gonna do? But you check another envelope that you got in the mail. It's another committed card another credit card offer. For twenty thousand dollars and you get the twenty. And you pay off the ten look at that you pay off the ten you don't even pay the minimum. But then you go to the mall again, and you spend the other ten. And now you owe twenty. And you get the Bill in the mail. And they say you will the minimum payment of one hundred bucks. But you don't have one hundred bucks. But in that same day, you got another envelope from another credit card company. Fifty thousand dollars. My goodness. I'm just going to pay off the twenty and have another thirty. And you're not sure what to do to. I take them to spend it too. I not only let go on a round the world trip for a month. First class hotels. And you come back, and you had a great time, and you wait and five star restaurants and everything's great. But all of a sudden, you get a Bill from a credit card company, you'll fifty thousand. But. You only have to make the minimum payment. You get my point. So throughout the years. We've got the twenty

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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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