35 Burst results for "Eleven Pm"

3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

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Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.

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What's Happening With the Vaccine Rollout in Ecuador?

Latino USA

02:23 min | 1 year ago

What's Happening With the Vaccine Rollout in Ecuador?

"At the start of the pandemic equality was one of the countries hardest hit by the virus reports showed bodies piling up in its streets. They were frightening times. My name is mankind upping adelaida. I'm from kito. Maria lives in the capital of ecuador. She like everyone else could only follow the recommended guidelines where mask stay home as much as possible and hope that she didn't become infected but then came december eleventh twenty twenty the new york times and washington post now reporting that the fda has given the green light to distribute. Its covert vaccine. The first kovin vaccine was approved for emergency use. And a few days later the us began its vaccination rollout at first distribution was slow and uneven in fact even today vaccination rates in communities of color lag their white counterparts. But by april of this year the us vaccinating over three million people each day. Meanwhile in ecuador just a little over one percent of the population had received at least one dose. The country sought vaccinate. It's healthcare workers senior citizens and other vulnerable groups still distribution. wasn't smooth. Lot of people. Most of them were ill. They're equal how to wait for more than ten hours to get the vaccines a my grandma's best friend. He had the appointment to get her vaccine at nine. Am and she ended up getting her vaccine the same way but eleven pm and she is eighty two years old it for me. That was inhumane. The way that the treated the elders in guitar but long lines weren't the only bump inequalities vaccine rollout battles control the code nine thousand nine pandemic and latin america is underway but it's being hindered by patchy deliveries of the vaccine and scandals in the government related to is the ecuador and health may still fun call survived. The health minister resigned shortly after reveal that his family was part of the lucky ones. Unfortunately this wasn't unique to ecuador in baru. Both the health and foreign relations ministers resigned after news. At almost five hundred government officials and well-connected people had received cove nineteen doses before they were available to the general public and not cantina reports of people using connections to get access to vaccines also led to the resignation of the health minister.

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Snapchat Was Crashing for a Lot of People Again

Daily Tech News Show

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Snapchat Was Crashing for a Lot of People Again

"Than one hundred twenty thousand outages normally. We don't cover outages because they're always done by the the time we report him but a lot of folks thought snapchat had shut down so if you happen to be one no. it didn't snapchat tweeted. We're aware of an issue preventing some snap jeters from logging in just before seven pm and by eleven. Pm they had fixed. That's the way that stuff goes if you still can't log in though snapchat support is saying to update your app in the app store which is one of the reasons we want to cover this one if case you're still locked out.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Break The Rules

"Hormones restraint hormones including your sex hormones and also your liver isn't able to process all these different toxins. The body stores the toxins in the fat cells. These toxins are fat. Soluble they store on your fat cells. A lot of people are doing these diets low carbon or they just can't get past a certain plateau. That's because your liver is typically congested and the body is just will not let go that storage facility fat cells and so it's really crucial to clear the liberal. You're trying to lose weight or account lose that last fifteen pounds. No matter what you do your body won't let go. that lasts. ten fifteen pounds. Needs it to protect the body. Also a lot of people that have poor sleep deliver starts working in the evening so it starts really gonna town you talk to you that eleven pm to three. Am so if you aren't going to bed until twelve or one you know your number one really shortchanging Ability detox you. And if you're doing if you're waking up at nights a three. Am every single night. That's an angry liber speaking to you and you've got to work under liver function to improve sleep. Also food chemical sensitivities in seasonal allergies. If your libbers really pushed over the edge really congested Doing a flesh in have your you can have your feed sensitivities totally disappear just by doing a flash. It's really phenomenal. And then also anger and mood swings. A lot of people that are having angry outbursts kind of Not being able to maintain self control. Inger is very much needed in the liber so it's not functioning properly in your hormones or outta whack because delivers congested can be more prone inger in mood swings. It's not that you're just you know you don't have control or you're crazier bipolar or something. I'd just fear livers amounts. I alert all talk to you about delivers connection with that health than it's really accessory oregon oregon from the guy the how is connected which comes first chicken on..

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast

Everyday Zen Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast

"Is. And i know many of you know rob and she was down there. Tuskuhara evacuate the small crew of people. That were there. So i don't know how many times it's been. The tuskuhara was seriously threatened by fire. And here we are again so early in the season. Usually it's late summer fall so this morning i heard from wrenching months. Who sent me this report from the newspaper. Wins out of the west are pushing the fire toward todd. Sahara's zen center a monastery and retreat center in a remote mountain valley in the vendetta wilderness. Center provided an update on the fires status saturday today on its website and this is from the newspaper telling us what says on the center website. There was moderate fire activity last night and the fire has move closer. To tuskuhara accrue. Ten firefighters worked with the toss sahara fire crew yesterday and through the night helping with fire and cutting fire lines. Dharma rain was run until eleven pm. The area is damp and the water supply is good dharma. Rain is the system that they installed a few years ago to wet everything so that theoretically even if the fire is all around there everything is wet and so the fire won't won't spread there. We'll go somewhere where it's friendlier to the fire. So we have very good reason to hope that even though this you know very bad as it always is the tuskuhara will be spared but of course you never know so. There's always a reason to be concerned and.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Perpetrators accessing information and utilizing this information to harm others in so when i want young people to really understand i want everybody to understand. Would you date nats. You really have to be able to to say. Well what's my boundaries would do. I want known about me when am i. Okay with if someone If i went discussions am i okay with him. I'm not okay with someone rigging up on the first two times we talk to each other we chat each other and i explained that and they still do it. Got to go. You know the really being able to set boundaries we. You're you're talking with people. Hey that's not. I'm not okay with that or this is like how you know how you know. Want to communicate. I don't want to have like receiving communications after eleven pm. If this person is like sending messages all night or send pictures on themselves back. Gotta go so it's really about being able to sexual boundaries if anything i can say set your boundaries and whole from to them if someone won't respect them at honor them by their someone else out there and is really important for you to realize style you are obligated to anyone anything Like they are just some stranger online. You don't need to send nudes. You don't need to share your information if you don't want to so please Take those precautions and keep yourself safe our. Yeah exactly and the last question is what is actual At what was it looked.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"I want to talk about your relationship to cooking and how it relates to your relationship with your body and food but i wanna also talk about what your life was like before the pandemic and how that changed radically i knew pre pandemic of course and you knew me and our lives were you know. They were what they were. They were very right. I mean look honestly. Sometimes i'm amazed looking back at the pace at which i was living my life and i feel like i look back at. I'm just like how much longer do. I think that could have gone on. Before i just ca plots you know like just totally lost it. I think for me without looked like was just. I've always kind of been a yes woman. I think that's just how. I am naturally inclined to live my life. It's like i want to go to work. And then i want to go to spin class and then i wanna go out to dinner and then i wanna come back home and cook my own lunch that i take it to work the next day and i'm going to bike to work. I'm going to do it all over again. And you have this huge appetite for life. You were like the queen of the eleven pm cooking projects right right and it's funny because i remember kind of reveling in what i thought that was doing for me. I was so into the idea that these ten thirty pm like after everyone who gone to bed like cooking sessions where i was alone in the kitchen like my roommate's gone upstairs. Whatever i was so into the idea of it being like my meditative zen zone. I was like this is how i'm relaxing. It's like no you're not you're being a psycho And i wasn't meditating. I wasn't relaxing. I was filling my mind with the minutia of what do i need to prep. Warsh what do i need to slice so that my brain could not contain a single other thought from my terrifying little brain

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The Myth of Healthy Eating

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Myth of Healthy Eating

"I want to talk about your relationship to cooking and how it relates to your relationship with your body and food but i wanna also talk about what your life was like before the pandemic and how that changed radically i knew pre pandemic of course and you knew me and our lives were you know. They were what they were. They were very right. I mean look honestly. Sometimes i'm amazed looking back at the pace at which i was living my life and i feel like i look back at. I'm just like how much longer do. I think that could have gone on. Before i just ca plots you know like just totally lost it. I think for me without looked like was just. I've always kind of been a yes woman. I think that's just how. I am naturally inclined to live my life. It's like i want to go to work. And then i want to go to spin class and then i wanna go out to dinner and then i wanna come back home and cook my own lunch that i take it to work the next day and i'm going to bike to work. I'm going to do it all over again. And you have this huge appetite for life. You were like the queen of the eleven pm cooking projects right right and it's funny because i remember kind of reveling in what i thought that was doing for me. I was so into the idea that these ten thirty pm like after everyone who gone to bed like cooking sessions where i was alone in the kitchen like my roommate's gone upstairs. Whatever i was so into the idea of it being like my meditative zen zone. I was like this is how i'm relaxing. It's like no you're not you're being a psycho And i wasn't meditating. I wasn't relaxing. I was filling my mind with the minutia of what do i need to prep. Warsh what do i need to slice so that my brain could not contain a single other thought from my terrifying little brain

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"eleven pm" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"It doesn't usually last through the night because melatonin needs to build and and the way our bodies are designed actually start sending out melatonin low levels as soon as the sun goes down so by the time your bedtime rolls around which would be about. You know ten or eleven pm for most people. Your melatonin had this nice billed as the evening whereas on so that again sleep comes more easily and you stay asleep through the night but when we blast our is with all kinds of light sources from overhead lighting from screens essentially are the worst thing for for our sleep then. Our melatonin is interrupted. And it doesn't have the ability to build the way it naturally would you know I've read a lot on the subject in many authors who've made the point that historically didn't have night lighting for ninety nine percent of of mankind's existence we had no way to light log cabin in the middle of the night of the cave before it and so as you said there was a very natural process for winding down. Well then the advent of the lantern while the candle and the lantern and then lighting and now lighting everywhere and then of course came that the the worst of the devils the worst monster of them all the phone people have have them next to their bed and and you know with it with a coming on with the ghost lighting their. You know you've got lighting in the room A lot of the night. And it's interesting. Because everything i read is how terrible that is for people and it has become their habit and you just have to break it. Don't you dare you do have to break it. And it requires a little bit of discipline to start like every new habit But when you start to see the benefits to the quality of your sleep because of it and also you know if you're like if you're like me and looking at social media or watching the news or violent programs on tv right before bed actually rises anxiety..

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France Is Back: Borders Reopen to American Tourists, Others

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

France Is Back: Borders Reopen to American Tourists, Others

"France's ease corona rights restrictions further along restaurants and cafes to open the indoor areas the number of people a lot of the shops and cinemas has been expanded well sports halls and swimming pools will re open under certain conditions the country's curfew has also been shifted from nine PM to eleven PM local time at the cafe in Paris customers some it will cut the that says he welcomes the change it's going to be we have the impression that you are back to normal life and then it's it's really interesting to see people on the streets by the end of readying reviving the total lifting of the curfew as well as find restrictions for bars and restaurants cinemas and museums and theaters is set for June the thirtieth I'm sorry I shockingly

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

"What's your senegal booth rent your landlord your landlord. You take some people and you let them do services in your building and that's fine. That's another wrong without that moral decision by the state dan. Don't tell me that you're somehow creating this amazing team environment. Because everyone again is their own independent booth operator doing their own thing building a business that could care less what anyone else does unless it affects them by someone has music their booth allowed. Okay stop it. you're bothering me. You can't do that. You know you have to work this team some ways but overall you're building your own company within another business to really the one that we love our team based cultures. I like to call it and what it is and it's really more of a traditional way of doing business and basically you pay your team on hourly plus will team bonus and lot of people in the here team based culture communism as the same. No it's not. Everyone gets paid the same. It's ashley the most fair. And i think the most credible in it really does create teamwork in has a great teamwork will off now. The team as a whole serves every client client is a client of any individual client is a client of this long and agency. Anyone they want they have no. You have full access to our team members. The whatever's best you when are open from seven. Am eleven pm at night with two shifts and so we allow of books so people would come and go and they would have their favorite artists that they also knew because we had training with best practices in place that vacancy anyone and even get a very similar experience so they could and the team member didn't mind because they got paid no matter what every day new they're being paid hourly and it didn't matter of a client no-show Cancel didn't matter any of that stuff and what's wonderful is now the team realizes. We need to make the slot make more money. His women s law makes more money..

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Populists Poised: Italian Politics

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Populists Poised: Italian Politics

"At least government pushed back. It's corona virus curfew this week by an hour to eleven pm in a country where covid came early and spread widely. This reason for optimism cases are down and the economic recovery is under the steady hand of prime minister. Mario draghi get my style on a profession. Isla memento the emigdio and goes in dance. Idioms post seventy cozy am the former european central bank. President took power in february since then support from one of druggies opponent has worn away. Montiel salvini a former deputy. Prime minister leads italy's hard-right northern league strauss Fair tagliani possibility didata embedded within. Don't know coy backing for. His party. is down to twenty two percent of voters from a peak of thirty seven. His usual anti immigration talking points don't seem to have much place in a pandemic but a winning coalition of right wing populace partners could give a struggling salvini credible path back to the premiership and that could threaten the implementation of the european union's pandemic recovery plan my tail. Salvini is in a really tricky position is party has been losing support for quite a long time. Ever since he tried and failed to take over the top job by ousting a previous government. John hooper is the economists italy in vatican correspondent. He now has though a window of opportunity because of the rise in immigration which has always been a his big issue on the issue that really fueled the rise of the northern league under his leadership to the point where it was able to end government.

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What We Know About the Indianapolis FedEx Shooting

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:09 min | 1 year ago

What We Know About the Indianapolis FedEx Shooting

"I'm anthony davis the nineteen year old gunman who opened fired fedex site in indianapolis killing eight workers before taking his own. Life was a former employee with a history of mental illness that leads to his detention by law enforcement last year. Police and fbi officials said on friday the incidents the latest in a spate of at least seven deadly mass shootings in the united states over the past month unfolded at a fedex operations center near indianapolis international airport after eleven pm. Local time on. Thursday police said it lasted only a couple of minutes and was over by the time. Police responded to the scene. Witnesses describe a chaotic attack. As the gunman opened fire with a rifle in the parking lot before entering the facility and continuing to shoot leaving victims both inside and outside the building officers found the suspect dead of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound a fedex spokeswoman and police identified the gunman as brandon huffman. A former employee the facility. It was believed he lost worked at the plant in the fall of twenty twenty the f. b. i. said the suspect had been placed under a temporary mental health detention by indianapolis police in march twenty. Twenty two his mother contacted law enforcement to report. He might try to commit suicide by cop. The massacre is the most recent in a series of us mass shootings that has again pushed the issue of gun violence to the political foreground. Thursday's gun violence at the fedex. Center was the second mass shooting. In recent weeks

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Some Would Play

Some Would Play

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Some Would Play

"Do. I would like to wild shape into a giant eagle. Sure and i'd like fly around and he's hairs embraced to see if i can see them. You can't you do see an aura around a big fucking dragon. Looking guy martelle marto. Yeah you do. See to fate auras at the weapon shop and the Armor smith okay. I know who guys are anybody else that you guys haven't met yet. No that's it for now. I go back in backing away in still an eagle eye land and then turned back into joy. Okay yeah now should. It's an animal sheets i'd series. I didn't see anything. I disarmed normal. Who already know bastards so Here's another swig. Brosio assist to the plan then for now. Your spells refreshed you feel fantastic. I want to see the skyline. Nothing have oh another scribe. I wanna know where that bitch yet. You dude until for twenty four hours even after a swig ambrose. That's why i gave you to make her feel better. I mean it did an extra wild shame exactly off shifts is good. Spot can be. I mean we're never going to always fast forward until eleven pm. Start the session. Yeah anyways that'll do this evening for someone playing. Thanks for listening guys. Listen next week as the the adventure continues and the investigation.

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Who Killed Dr. Teresa Sievers?

Sword and Scale

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Who Killed Dr. Teresa Sievers?

"Theresa's seaver sister recalls the weekend of june twenty sixth twenty fifteen. The began celebration of their mother's birthday and abruptly ended as the last weekend the family would ever spend together. We enjoyed the weather the first day. It was beautiful and we swam in the pool and we relaxed in the sun sister's doing yoga. She prepared a beautiful dinner starting to cook for the weekend. And we just enjoy each other's company and had wine and laughed and played a lot of scrabble. 'cause it rained the next day so we just played a lot of scramble. Hanno 'cause much to our delight there was a piano there on my sister. And i played and we hadn't played in years. There was a lot of that these gatherings it was once a tradition to take a family photo together and so all the siblings significant others and grandchildren huddled around each other smiling knowing this family ritual would soon and forever be too painful to recreate as the family. Reunion came to a close that sunday. Evening theresa savers her husband mark and her two daughters drove south to laguardia airport. Which theresa would be dropped off for her flight. Back home to receivers was in fact. Dr theresa verse with a busy practice patients to see first thing monday morning. Mark and their two daughters would stay behind driving back up north to connecticut. Reuniting with theresa's mother and extending their vacation for the next several days theresa returned home just after eleven pm that sunday night and after parking the mini van in the garage placing our luggage near the front. Bumper theresa walked through the laundry room and into the kitchen where she would set her purse on the counter. Undoubtedly feeling that same sense of comfort. We all feel when we're finally back home. After a long day of travel but hardly a moment that past when an extremely loud crashing sound rang out like a gong being hit directly behind earlier that going off the kitchen walls and startling theresa with a terrifying notion that someone else was in her home. She turned around. The large man was already through the laundry room and standing in the kitchen doorway wielding a hammer and striking her in the head with three swift strokes.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Nine thousand nine. I sometimes because you live this every day and we've been living through this every single day and you forget about the enormity of it sometimes in the years something like that. This is really. It's really been going on that long. Man oh man okay. Each morning show with boomer esiason and greg the boomer and geo we're happy because we get baseball today the yankees i than the magic and listen to the yankees here on the fan and the mets on. Wcbs later tonight. Eighty as we embark on a brand new season one hundred and sixty two game season that we have not seen in a couple of years and of course last night the breaking news that happened before midnight right after eleven pm francisco endorsed signs that giant contract the ten years three hundred forty one million dollars so things are in place. Things are settled. Here we go new regime new beginnings for the mets sort of the same field. Same expectations with the yankees. But both of these teams when it's all said and done better end up the frigging playoffs or people are going to be pissed so francisco. Indoor will be here for eleven years assuming they don't trade him. Something else happens. I don't know if there are any opt-out tennis but i do know that there's deferred money in this new contract offer by you. Know he. He waited he waited. He wanted more money and he got more money. So i'm going to be at the end of this linda contract. I'm going to be fifty years old k. That blew my mind when i thought about that. So if he sees the end of it fifty years old just got to hope that when the money comes the guy stays committed so the the ultimate athlete. I think there's two really ultimate athletes that i think about that have made it a ton of money but yet are still so involved in aircraft that what they do that they're still the best players or one of the best players at their positions. You tell me who those players are. So i was thinking of something else. When you're totally..

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"We have discussed free agency from every angle except for and dynasty. Today's dynasty show. And that's kind of heat thing so we will spend at least six eight minutes on dynasty. Today are now will spend more than welcome to the show. We've got big running back news. You've got the bears. The falcons the jets all signing running backs. T y hilton is back with the colts. I'm excited to the show today. Guys it's like seventy degrees outside. Spring is here. I'm in a good mood. Good morning dave. And jamie what in the world jamie's not even like all of that you were nailing it. The dynasty joke was good. I had some respondents. I say man. I missed seventy degrees one hundred here today. Six to eight minutes will probably pass our off season record for most dynasty content. Because we already did one show. But now all i can think about. Is you call jamie though. Actually i called you. Dave i call dave jamie so i gotta both wrong. I do this all good frank. It's all yeah actually. I'll be on with franken kristin scott tonight. Eleven pm eastern. You'll hear that tomorrow. Remember your name. I don't know why they're having me. I know anything about baseball right now but listen to fantasy baseball. I am sorry heath and dave are here. I can't believe it we are going to talk. You are a professional host at least should know the names of the people that you're on the podcast with what show out. There changes the talents as frequently as hours. You know. I can't keep up with it anymore. Well anyway we have a special guest shocking this up to you being a dad and your kids driving you crazy. I have heard. Because i called you the other day and you had to abruptly end the phone call. It was an important phone call because you had peanut butter. I think you'd peanut butter all over your hands. You were dealing with your children and last night. It was on the phone with my dad and my son spilled a bag of vegetables and this morning. I've heard the same song about ten times. It was demanded and i was going crazy. So thank you dave i. We'll take that excuse special guest coming on the show today..

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Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:46 min | 2 years ago

Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil

"Has just gone through. Its deadliest week of the pandemic daily fatalities. Hit a record level of more than nine thousand nine hundred on thursday bringing the total number of deaths to more than two hundred sixty five thousand and cases to more than eleven million. The discovery of contagious new corona virus variant in the amazon region has fueled the brutal second wave but the government's response has been slow and patchy and has failed to contain the spread. The sense that you get living here is sad and almost fatalistic. It feels like this country has given up on dealing with this pandemic in a responsible life saving way. Many months ago ceremonies. Lynn is brazil correspondent. Even though we are all seeing that the cases are higher than they've ever been. The hospitals are full in nearly every part of the country. The restrictions that have been introduced feel completely out of tune with that reality. They've been late. they've been minimal. And some cities are slightly stricter than others. But i think the feeling that most brazilians have is that covert is just going to happen. Overtake this country like a tidal wave. And there's nothing that anyone can do about it and the concern right now. Is that the. The health system is buckling under the weight. Right so the difference between this second wave compared to the first wave is that for the first several months of the pandemic. The virus was sort of ping-pong between different brazilian states whereas now most of the country's twenty six states are seeing their hospitals at or near capacity. And there's really a limited ability to sort of transfer patients or doctors or supplies between the different states recently. The health secretary of the amazonian state of honea mentioned this desperation in a video aimed at those who weren't taking the current virus seriously is typical seymour's known them was laid to swap mine. Nothing lead today but also by a sweatshirt but he says we have no icu. Beds for your mother your father for your aunt. It doesn't matter if you're rich. Poor young old. We simply have no. Icu beds available and those rising in numbers. Those strains that are coming about. Is that down two new variants of the viruses. That the big problem here. That's definitely part of the story. They found this new variant in the amazonian city of manaus late last year. It's called p. One and recent studies show that. It's one point four to two point two times more contagious than other versions of the virus. And the really scary thing is that it looks like it is much more capable of reinfecting people who have already been infected. That might be why people in manaus were hit really badly by second wave. Even though some studies suggest that as many as three quarters of the population had been infected in the first wave the other thing that seems really scary is that it looks like this. Current wave is affecting young people and much higher numbers than before so this variant is clearly causing some of the trouble. But you also say that. There's a certain sense of fatalism. That's contributing here. I mean how much does that have to do with the leadership. We talked a lot before. About how president of brush off the pandemic bolsonaro hasn't changed a bit at a recent event. He told brazilians to stop whining about the krona virus. Sugar jimmy because the club and said how long are you going to keep crying about it. But it's not just him the first wave you saw politicians trying to take a different stance and even going to the supreme court to fight for their right to shut things down even though the president disagreed this time it's different. Brazil has been seeing cases creep up for months now and it's only in the past few weeks. That mayors and governors have really started implementing serious restrictions closing businesses fulltime rather than. Just say from eleven pm to five. Am which is what we had in sao paulo for a few weeks. And what do the brazilian people think about. The the patchy measures have been put into place. I think there's a real split. You definitely see the outrage that brazilians especially the more educated and richard brazilian have had from the beginning. But there's also a real feeling among the middle class and the working class that putting in more restrictions is going to do more harm than good because the economic situation is so bad. Unemployment has barely come down from its high of around fourteen percent and the emergency cash payments. The federal government paid people for nine months last year. Have now been cut off to. Millions of people were basically plunged into poverty when the clock struck midnight on december. Thirty first congress is trying to push past a smaller version of the cash payments. But it's going to take some time but certainly one path out of all of these kinds of trade offs is vaccination. How is the country's program of of inoculation going. It's had a frustratingly slow start. Brazil has administered vaccines to only about three percent of its population that's way behind neighboring countries. Like she lay here in brazil. Most of the problem is that boston otto is anti vaccines and many months ago. When he had from different vaccine companies including some that were doing trials here in brazil he kicked the can down the road and signed with astra zeneca but that one provider hasn't been enough now here in sao paulo. The governor signed a deal with the sign of that company to produce its corona vac vaccine in the federal government. Sort of found itself forced to make a deal as well but they've also been all sorts of supply bottlenecks and problems with distribution and real kind of ineffectiveness by on the part of the national health ministry. Which is overseeing this whole effort. It sounds like a fairly bleak picture all around but it's not just a problem for brazil if these new variants in particular are allowed to run rampant. That's true and it's really scary. The longer the disease is left to fester. In in countries like brazil greater chance that new variants will start to emerge that reduced the effectiveness of covid nineteen vaccines elsewhere in the world posing a threat to nations that have already immunized their populations in a lot of these countries. That are still really struggling with the virus. You see their leaders just begging for the rest of the world to send them vaccine so that they can vaccinate people as quick as possible so far. We haven't seen that from bolsonaro he's been really against vaccines but just in the past few weeks. It looks like maybe he's starting to change his tune. He signed a deal with pfizer and he suggested in a recent interview that he himself might get vaccinated. So i guess the hope is relieved. The bolsonaro will understand that vaccinating people is essential to the economic recovery. That he's been prioritizing from the start and that that combined with attention from the rest of the world in getting vaccines to brazil will start to allow brazil to get a handle on something that feels right now like. It's totally out of control very much for your time sarah. Thank you jason

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"eleven pm" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"And what do they do. They chastise them they throw them out. They impeach him not once but twice. Well you know you're doing something right. you know. I would love to be impeached twice. I don't care what but it shows you're doing something right. They came down on me like ugly on monkey. Because i was trying to enforce the laws of our borough. When i was on the council boy they hated me. Hated me because i wanted to enforce the laws that i want to bring out the fact that the borough had laws and rules that they were not following this dumb things stupid things you know. You need to be precise. If you're gonna make a law enforce it the right way or get rid of it is a dumb situation so we have this rule. They've made a law. When i was in when i was in On the council. They said that the parks the parks were twenty four seven. Basically there was no rules and it gets really dark. There's no lights in a park of bad things were happening. People are getting hurt. Vagrants were hanging out today. Made a rule that the park would be opened from from seven. Am till eleven pm. And then they posted a sign to the park is open from sunrise to sunset. Got mad at me. Because i said you need to change the signs or you need to change the law. I don't care which you know. It's like the constitution. you can't mile the constitution. You can't do it. Can't take away our right to own firearms. You can't take a right to practice religion and right to speak and no just because you're a business doesn't mean you don't have to abide by that if you're a business where people can tread on your property. It's no different than treading on the streets of the city. It's been proven in several court. Cases supreme court cases social media does not have a right to.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"We are back in would. Would you have for spark a low. Weather's gloominess today. Gosh here in bethlehem where we broadcast live till you from is thirty seven degrees right now. Going to a high of forty five today The rain looked like it has tapered off for now. But it's still cloudy outside is gonna pick back up a little in in the afternoon. It's gonna rain on and off Our day thirty six in strasbourg forty-six for the high and rain and cloudy as well. And it's gonna rain again. On throughout the day here in a in a newark new jersey thirty nine degrees for the high rain and cloudy and new york city. It's forty one degrees rain What is your stop around one pm. Today and a forty eight will be the high in atlanta and it's fifty seven degrees. Sixty one will be the high It is raining again in atlanta. Going to stop eleven pm eleven. Am is going to stop for a little bit. Where picked my backup around three pm in a little area and miami Seventy five degrees eighty two for the high and partly sunny but the clouds going to skedaddle. And it's going to be sunny around two pm for the rest of the day so the the remains of the day is going to be beautiful and chicago. Twenty eight degrees thirty two for the high partly sunny but cleared by three pm. Fifty two in los angeles seventy five. The high end clear in louisville as thirty nine degrees the highest. Going to be fifty partly cloudy and cleared by noon in rochester. Thirty nine degrees forty for the high cloudy. It's going to be very a windy and there. There are going to light snow by two pm today. That's the weather half of your. What's it look alike where you are coming to. You live from the show. Having one show featuring sidney j will you get to start right. Thank you so much barbie cologne where you get your morning started right. Well said thanks for that information. Few few show notes before we start the show.

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Do You Suffer From R.B.P.?

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Do You Suffer From R.B.P.?

"Our assistant he said that there are b p which is revenge bedtime procrastination. What is that mean has been popularized by get this millennials and gen z keys which It literally translates to sleepless night revenge. So i'm guilty of this. As a mother of twins. My day is packed. You know with them with work with everything and i rarely get any time to myself until they are asleep at night which sometimes is around nine pm. I'm exhausted but something in me gets like a burst of energy and then i ended up still binging some. Tv shows taking that me time that i didn't get throughout the day even though i know it's like ten pm or eleven. Pm at night. And i should go to sleep. Because i have to wake up at five in the morning but something inside me. Almost it's like i'm unsatisfied. With how my day went. And so i want to continue the day and do all the things that i wanted to do for myself even though it's super late at night and they're saying that because we've been quarantined for so long that our work lives and our personalized have all kinds of like meshed together and were not able to really divide the two and so we kind of feel like where being cheated of the day if that makes any sense so that's why the sexiest he hasn't been named revenge. Bedtime procrastinate interesting interesting concept

"eleven pm" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"And recovery's or initiated and included air and ground search and rescue crews unfortunately no survivors Their craft a deceased personnel over located about twelve. Fifteen a m once. They got there on wednesday morning. There was some snow and it's been poor conditions on and off throughout that recovery period at hampered the initial search efforts when they were notified that the emergency locator had triggered and as a result the the military launched an immediate ground crew to search by eleven pm improved and they discover the aircraft and by midnight. They had found Found that there were no survivors. So thoughts and prayers are out to the families of those soldiers in the idaho army national guard who went down with their you. H sixty black hawk helicopter. The other night tuesday shortly after eight pm me of the movie. Black hawk down those beast of helicopters in the mogadishu issue in the nineteen nineties and both agreed film that depicts the horrors of what happened there. And i wasn't quite alive at that time i was but didn't know what was going on as three or four year old In the watching that movie with Some family years ago when it came out Asking about it and they said you know the only thing that you know. The news was saying that there is a helicopter crash and they didn't get tell that story of what actually happened there. And i wasn't there but i think the hopefully the movie depicts it and a decent way to inform that it was more than just a helicopter crash and it does that it's The movies actually really really brutal. I if you're someone who can't stomach violence don't watch it and it was made really violent on purpose to show kind of the brutality of war brutality and tragedy. And there's there's a part that really really gets to me and it's it's in the middle and like i have to. You know to be like. I'm a man. don't cry. because it's the music hans. Zimmer is is great and the acting is great and you know you know. It's coming but these these. These soldiers sacrificed themselves to save someone else and they know.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Obliterate Podcast

Obliterate Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Obliterate Podcast

"Like i don't know why do that. I just wanted to kiss you. We're still breaking up sometime. Pass afterwards and you know. I'm still healing from it coming back from. It would also sucks at the same time as that. She had nowhere else to go so she actually moved in with when my close friends at the time which michael's friend at the gender doesn't matter but they you know obviously they had nowhere man kutaisi. Nothing like that she literally was just a babysitter for the kid is well every now and then at the time i was working a night shift and i wasn't gonna tell about like eleven pm in so i i was just having a bad day this day at work in general like it. Didn't you know relationship side. It was a rough week. I think it was just not a good day. And so i you know i came home coming in about probably eleven thirty and i get a text from her saying. Hey are you home. And was a yeah. Why inches are. I'm gonna come by. I need to talk to you. So as anyway she she comes and Comes from a house. She she ends up getting there about like twelve twelve thirty and At this point. I'm already late. I'm pretty tired. I'm ready to go to bed. I'm heritable i've had a bad day. And she comes up to me pissed at me for some reason it says. Did you ever cheat on Relationship and i told her. No i have never once cheated on you in our tire relationship you were. The only thing i had is for this time i never ever cheated on you. And so she then says to me okay. We'll somehow i got could media. And i'm like oh gee i wonder who actually cheated then. She's s so she's like. Yeah you might wanna get yourself checked out. And i and that was it for me. I don't know what happened. But i finally just had enough of it and she's like i'm going. I'm like no. You're not going like you can't just come to my house middle of the night and then accused me of cheating. Even though i stayed home and i watch the kid and i took care of her and i was there for you whenever you need it. I supported you in everything you want. I go on this whole spiel like this whole speech of like. How dare you come to my house. Where i'm staying with my parents and you choose me about on. What is wrong with you. And i even said that to her and it was like the boasts fulfilling moment. I had a long time because like in my brain it was like the whole audience. Like hell. yeah he found his self esteem. That's so she was living with your best friend did you. When did you finally stopped talking to.

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The Yogurt Shop Murders

Ghost Town

04:29 min | 2 years ago

The Yogurt Shop Murders

"Today. We're gonna be talking about another harder incredibly intriguing but again the details in this will be difficult. This is a famous austin case. A four teenage girls found dead in an incinerated yogurt shop. This is the yogurt shop. Murders and december sixth nineteen ninety-one. It was a chilly friday night. In austin texas fifteen year old. Sarah harbison and her thirteen year old friend. Amy eire's or airs again apologies. If i get names wrong. Were at north. Chris mall in downtown austin in nineteen ninety-one they were milling around shopping. Just kind of killing time until sarah's sister jennifer and her friend and coworker allies at thomas. Seventeen with their late shift which would end around eleven pm. jennifer analyzer worked at the. I can't believe it's not yogurt. Shop located in the hillside strip mall blocks away from north cross mall. I can't believe it's yogurt. Is something that i was familiar with but again it's a very it's kind of a heavier. Texas chain founded in nineteen seventy seven. It's a pretty cool job to have. I can imagine as a teenager. You know easy kind of fun. i would also imagine. Sarah was excited that iran ten pm when she went to help jennifer analiza close up that she was. You know getting ready for her weekend. It was friday night. They were all going to to a friend's for sleepover party afterwards. It's it feels like a very. And this i think is what gets me too. It feels like a very like typical nineties. That i would have absolutely been part of and i could see myself in this specific time and place just before midnight austin police department officer troy gay was patrolling the area. He noticed smoke rising up from the strip mall. Gear reported as a fire and firefighters soon arrived on the scene as they were extinguishing the blaze. They saw it wasn't just a fire. It was a murder scene jennifer. Sarah amy elisa were dead. All of the girls were naked bound gagged with their own clothing jennifer. Sarah eliza were found deep in the store and a kind of supply closet clustered into one corner allies. And sarah were stacked on top of each other while jennifer lay close by legs were spread wide open. One body had an ice cream scoop placed on it. They were all shot in the back of the head. Execution style with a twenty two lead bullet. Sarah's hands have been tied behind her with a pair of underwear that she had also been gagged with and she was raped. Jennifer was not bound but her hands behind her back. Elisa have been gagged in her hands were also tied behind her their bodies were burned almost beyond recognition with napkins and other flammable items from around the shop on top of them clearly used to help burn their bodies. They also doused and lighter fluid. The fire was so bad in the room. Austin reporter. Dick ellis recounts the melted. The top rungs of a heavy aluminum ladder in the back of the store. Amy's body was discovered alone in a room closer to the main dining area. She was not as hard as friends but she received second and third degree burns on twenty five to thirty percent of her body. She was found with a sock like cloth around her neck. She had been raped shot similarly to the others but the bullet had missed her brain. She had a second bullet which did go through her brain hitting her cheek and exiting through her jaw based on the patterns in the rooms. Killer may have stacked all four bodies on top of each other but amy had pulled herself off and managed to crawl out to a different part of the store. There was five hundred and forty dollars missing from the store itself. Police also deduced. The two guns had been used to commit the murder suggesting there were multiple killers in the days. After i mean everyone was obviously incredibly upset but of course a lot of cases that we talk about lots of mistakes were made and lots of people were suspects. The police department had over three hundred suspects initially and lots of false confessions right out the gate. The i suspect was a fifteen year old maurice pierce who was caught with a twenty two handgun in north crest mall the same night as the murderers. The same gun used to kill at least one of them. Eight days later he was brought in although he initially promising information after tough questioning detectives decided maurice was trying to get himself out of a gun charge and eliminated him and his three friends that he had implicated. Michael scott roberts springsteen forrest wellborn. All of them were under seventeen. When pierce's gun was tested. The ballistic showed it didn't match the murder weapon. Also fingerprints and hair collected from the crime. Seed didn't match any of the four teens. Eventually the investigators just moved on still austin looked feverishly around for the person or people who could have done such a terrible thing

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"eleven pm" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on The Face Radio

"That was the nerves with walking out on love before that mags with lightheaded. Trash by new york dolls before that sylvain sylvain rest in peace. Good sir time for truth the demo version from the jammed before that. That's all i got time for tonight. I got one more for you. From the james gang before i spin that one. Let me go ahead and let you know every monday night. Eleven pm eastern. I'm here on the face radio after up the junction which is also a great show that you should check out at nine pm eastern on the face radio and every tuesday night on affinity radio at around seven pm eastern i believe that you can hear the replay. All my archives are up at freelance fiends. dot com every single show. I've ever done coming up on four hundred very soon. You can check that out at freelance. Fiends dot com your nine the year. We're in now. And i hope you're well and know i try to say something helpful. I'm just trying to help. I'm trying to bring music to people. Share it with people bring people a little joy. The joy that music brings me. But i'll i'll try to say something helpful here and say that you know we're all kinda hitting a wall after ten months to a year of being in quarantine and When you hit a wall you know you have to. Sometimes you just have to sit and stare until you can figure a way over under around or through it so don't beat yourself up too much if you feel a little stuck because it's all right so right sometimes you get stuck. Sometimes you gotta wait. We'll get there. I hope you so much for joining me. Hit me up a fiends. Freelance twitter instagram. Let me know how you feel about the shows. Let me know how you feel in general. I'm here to listen if you want. This is the james gang with a live version of stop. Thank you so much for joining me. Love y'all.

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"eleven pm" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"The starbucks mobile app to trace the journey of their coffee from the farm where the beans originate all the way to their cup. thing is crazy because this isn't about you finding out where your copy comes from. It's about starbucks tracking everything including the farmers literally enslave starbucks is known for one thing besides should he coffee and that's slave labor so here's them and this is just last year right. Ai for humanity we want to nurture human connection where the good guys says. Kevin johnson starbucks eeo march of last year children as young as eight forced to pick beans on a coffee. Farm supplying starbucks slave labor found its second starbucks. Certified got a certificate from starbucks saying it was so great brazilian. Coffee farm Here's a one example in the fall of twenty eighteen. So this is a separate one Local labor inspectors. i guess in per in brazil Were led to a plantation where workers were forced to work in live and filthy conditions including dead bats and mice in their food. No sanitation systems forced to work from six. Am to eleven pm. The payment system was rigged Deductions from their payments. They barely had any take home pay. They were basically enslaved so this that's going to be managing vaccine rollouts but also recognize that. These are all happening all these examples. You just gave her all happening in the the great country supported by the us government. You know what i mean. You don't hear this happening in syria. Iran or in venezuela no. It's happening in country points. You and go. We support and starbucks gave will use them. It's yeah so now. We're moving away from the old plantation model. We're now we're all going to be data colonies and data plantations right and so before the exploitative -ness of what starbucks does wasn't in the us so much. Well i mean if you look at this new york times article about them screwing over starbucks employees in the us it does but A lot of the people they screw over in terms of the producers of their coffee and things like that aren't in the. Usc may not hear about them. They're kind of voiceless in that sense in the media. Sphere right But you know when starbucks comes out and says the reason we wanted to be involved with the vaccines because this big it's a big humanitarian effort and we want to help our humans and nurture them with and all of the stuff that they're saying. I mean these are. These are nasty people. And i mean it's it's a lot of stories about starbucks and slave labor on i mean we can look it up in. This is what you tend to find with any of these..

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"eleven pm" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Though and welcome we are the ladies of strange. I'm ashley i'm tiffany and rebecca. Thank you for joining us each week. Is we discuss. The history mystery in theory about things questionable odd and eerie ladies will up. This is our first bonus. Twenty twenty one. Where's thurman when you need it. Wow us with the studios easy. You know while we're not there is a therapist contagion which all the ghosts in tiffany's house would have it. Fuck yourself hard. oh i would purposely break into tiffany's elsa play at eleven pm god if you woke up my child first of all death. She'll be fine out bring her ice cream. She'll be completely occupied. Mike shoot me. Not as tight as plan. Everything sounds like it's gonna work out great. Oh this is five so this month back on track ladies. We don't have a theme we said. Let's just do a bonus sips over. Brady bring a story so we did. We did and mine is a shorty. So i'm going to start you off with a little pre-game oh you're just jumping on in there Oh yeah it's short. You won't feel much. But i'm trying a more mini up do it. There's a lot of innuendos there that i don't have time to figure out what. What are you bringing us today. Tiffany we're gonna get our way back machines and go back to fifteen o eight hundred mile. Why because in fifteen o eight in a tune or tun france there was a trial holds where rats were put on trial for eating burly. Are you serious. Yes i am. They were rats. Try over rats on trial for eating barley. Oh right as is that where the term calling someone a dirty rat comes from. I don't think so but came from the plague. Probably that would make a lot more serious but you know logic so there was at a time whenever animals were put on trial which was a common thing. There were a lot of pigs put on trial like whenever you look up animal trials. There's a picture of a pig on stand. But this was a common practice..

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"eleven pm" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"eleven pm" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"Okay but i agree. It's tough grass story question. How do you do that with your shifts. Do you still do a number of shifts in the er. Ideally yeah. i can't shifts. You're right. Yeah i mean that's that's that's what really throws me off is if i work you know as you know chris will do these shifts. That are evening shift. We call it an evening shift but you get out of there like one or two in the morning and get to bed at three so those days. I'm probably not eating after eleven pm. And i'm not eating before eleven. Am so it's probably still working out to twelve hours. Because i'm trying to do better at eating at work. That's what i found. I don't consistently at work. I get home and it's like two. Am and i'm so hungry. That i eat a ton and then my stomach just hurts when i go to sleep. Can't sleep well. So that's that's how. I've tried to adjust it just by bringing plenty of food for work and trying to be consistent about eating so i don't come home hungry but it's hard it was shift work. It's really hard and have you noticed. Benefit troy what. What does it do for you. You know i have scott. Yeah i i found too. When i first started doing it i did feel like it did reduce my body fat somewhat and the other thing i like about it i feel like i don't have to pay as much attention to what a heat i know. That's bad i feel like it kind of gives me a little wiggle room there and run like hey i can. I can eat more stuff. That i was a little more concerned about eating before and then just going to bed like sometimes i would eat at like you know nine thirty and then maybe i'm asleep at ten thirty and it won't be until about one or two in the morning that my stomach would really feel okay. 'cause this that food is kinda sat there so i felt like it's helped my sleep as well so i feel like it's made a difference and i i feel like i've done okay with it like i've i've tried to do this since we first talked to thunder about this memo have been like a year ago or so And it's one of those things. I've i've kinda taken from these talks. We've had with thunder that. I feel definitely been beneficial. Yeah well. I just was curious because curious to know chris if you did anything like that as well and like what your challenges were i guess now we know i feel like i wake up a little bit more clear headed for sure and a little bit more alert so By the way. I did see a documentary. Talked about fasting and there are some research out there that even says even if you do it five days out of the week and two days. You're not as religious. You still get the same benefits. So i mean. That's you know for somebody. Who works monday through friday and then the weekends maybe they you know. Let themselves go a little bit. So.

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The Mega Millions Jackpot Is $970 Million

Ace and TJ

01:09 min | 2 years ago

The Mega Millions Jackpot Is $970 Million

"Today's the day of the drawing for the mega millions. Now i'm not a lottery. Person never purchased a lottery ticket. Really never come back to the dark side. What is okay. So the mega millions. The drawing is tonight at eleven. Pm eastern the jackpot nine hundred and seventy million dollars if you take the cash shop at option at seven hundred and sixteen million dollars. How much if. I were to get into this lottery. How much do. I have to spend to buy a ticket. I think it's two dollars a ticket. You spend two hours. You have winning. Yes it's not worth why i mean if it were a bigger part than that and maybe it will be worth going you know dealing with the convenience store know that well i five. You have five ticket. That's around ten dollars. Just invested hits an investment. It's not a gamble right. That's right that is right was one one ticket and all my worries and live going. You know i will do with nine hundred and something million one. I'd buy me a new jacket. firstly. I'm a simple

Iran Contra | Bud |

American Scandal

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Iran Contra | Bud |

"It's february ninth. Nineteen eighty seven. Eleven pm robert bud mcfarlane the former national security advisor to president. Reagan was locked in his home office in bethesda maryland. A suburban community on the edge of washington. Dc furiously typing away. Bud's wife john to has already gone upstairs to bed but bud can't sleep. He has a lot on his mind for weeks he's been mired in political scandal. That's rocked the reagan administration to its core. A scandal threatens to take down the president and everyone around it involves backroom deals shady arms dealers offshore bank accounts in the cayman islands and illegal covert operations. They're calling it. The iran contra affair bodies known for being tightly controlled even intense would all day long. He's been feeling unhinged as he hears voices of newscasters swirling through his head. Evening some officials here are calling it the worst scandal of the reagan presidency and costing him a top adviser. The president was still maintaining today. That is iranian arms. Deal was not a mistake. The attorney general said later former national security adviser mcfarlane had also been aware of the escape. A major turning point was a few weeks. Back during reagan's state of the union address but hasn't been able to get out of his mind. I took a risk with regard to our action in iran. It did not work. And for that i assume full responsibility the goals were worthy. We did not achieve what we wished and serious mistakes were made in trying to do some serious mistakes with buds. Name all over them his misdeeds her public knowledge now and people in congress want to exact their pound of flesh in just a few hours but is scheduled to appear before the tower commission and investigative body appointed by congress to look into the iran. Contra scandal he'll be forced to answer difficult questions about his activities potentially illegal activities during his time in the white house but is a marine marines are trained to fight not navigate a swamp of scrutiny partisan politics his entire life. All he wanted to do was serve his country now he feels like he's failed and if he does go down all his ideas for international relations will never be heard so he types and types deep into the morning essays covering everything from arms control with russia to diplomatic relations in the middle east recommendations for his former boss. President reagan who didn't to listen even when bud had his ear. Maybe he'll listen now but something else. To handwritten notes was wife john. The woman with whom he spent the last thirty three years of his life asking for her understanding and forgiveness. He gets up from his desk walks to the kitchen and puts a stack of papers on the counter with the letter to his wife on todd then he pours himself. A glass of red wine reaches in his pocket. Pulls out a bottle of pills valium he puts one in his mouth and uses the wind to wash it down and then another and another methodically until every pill in the bottle is gone in all bud. Swallows thirty tablets. you bows. His head says a quick prayer before heading upstairs when he climbs into bed. Jonah is still awake. She can send something. That's different but what's wrong. Nothing but reaches over and takes her by the hand. I just wanna hold you for the good night. good night. John kisses him on the cheek. It's all part of their nightly routine but denied but knows in might be the last turns off the light plus is is weights.

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Boris Johnson's rushed Brexit trade deal becomes UK law.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Boris Johnson's rushed Brexit trade deal becomes UK law.

"Boris johnson's post brexit. Trade deal with brussels has passed into law following a whirlwind fourteen. Our parliamentary process that has radically redrawn. The uk's ties with europe. The prime minister thanked mp's and peers for passing the european union bill in one day in a statement urging the nation to seize the moment when the transition period with the block ends at eleven pm. Tonight it was announced her. Majesty the queen had given approval to the european union bill at twelve twenty five. Am this morning. A signature puts the k. e. u. agreement into british law preventing a no deal brexit today when the transition period ends. It followed the recall of parliament for an emergency one day session to approve the eu uk trade and cooperation agreement concluded by the prime minister and the european commission. President elect vonda lion on christmas eve. The deal comes four and a half years after the brexit referendum vote to take the uk out of the european union but its rapid approval has raised concerns from mp's and peers. The bill has not been properly. Scrutinized parliamentarians raised concerns over the document. Saying it had failed to secure access to security. Databases broke promises over fishing rights in uk waters and left unanswered boorda questions. In gibraltar and northern ireland. Opposition labor leader kissed dhamma described the deal as thin but said labor would back it because the alternative would be devastating for the uk.

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Republicans, Democrats reach compromise over Covid-19 stimulus package

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Republicans, Democrats reach compromise over Covid-19 stimulus package

"Top congressional lawmakers have cleared away the last major obstacle to agreement on cove nineteen economic relief package costing nearly one trillion dollars rare compromise on capitol hill clearing the way for nearly one trillion dollar stimulus package this after many setbacks in long delays republican and democratic leaders have resolved a dispute over lending programs by the federal reserve. Senate minority leader chuck. Schumer left the capital around eleven pm eastern telling reporters to expect a final vote sometime sunday afternoon. That's fox's actually stroll meyer schumer a liberal new york democrat seal. The deal with republican. Senator pat toomey of

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SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to space station in new era for NASA

Daily Tech News Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to space station in new era for NASA

"One launch second crew of astronauts to orbit. That was sunday evening. Inside the company is crewed dragon spacecraft the first operational mission of the crew dragon which successfully launched at seven twenty seven pm eastern time on top of the space x falcon nine rocket from nasa's kennedy space center in florida nasa astronaut. Mike hopkins victor glover and shannon walker. Were joined by. Soichi noguchi from the japanese aerospace exploration agency jackson after over twenty four hours in orbit which they still are the time of recording. The crucial docket the iss on monday at around eleven pm eastern time. Yeah this was exciting. People were were taking breaks from their crown. Binging to watch to watch a crew get launched Not on non not as a test full crew Getting launched up to the international space station. And this is the return of the united states to being able to deliver its own crew to the iss. The test of course was the first time they did it. But this is this crew was like oh. It's like driving a used car. We aren't the first ones in here. I don't know. I mean it's it's you know there's four of them. I mean i watched it. I i was. I was countdown in an hour plus beforehand. Because i like watching the nasa stream on new two on youtube. I like the commentators. Although there are lots of ways that you can stream it but it all seemed so seemless and listen. I know that this stuff is very white. Knuckled nail biting for anybody who who works in the arena And some folks that. I follow on twitter. Were extremely worried about it because of course you know. It's a big deal but boy was that it was it was a it was a magical liftoff. Everybody everybody clapping. Yeah love it. Good stuff and the kind of inspirational stuff. That's especially needed this

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The Latest: Ski region locks down as Italy virus cases soar

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Ski region locks down as Italy virus cases soar

"Thanks you entered a state of emergency with curfews imposed in the areas worst hit by the coded nineteen pandemic for at least two weeks some seven million people around seventy percent of Portugal's population must remain at home on week days between eleven PM and five AM well it weakens the company home after one PM the government has ruled the state emergency maybe prolonged images tightened given the high number of cases and hospital admissions climbed sharply in recent weeks meanwhile the governor of an Italian alpine province famed for its ski resorts that's all the shut down of most nonessential locations as I see you beds are rapidly filling up with coded nineteen patients I'm Charles de Ledesma

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