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MLB cancels spring games through March 4 due to lockout
"Players have been locked out since early December and there will be no spring training games from Florida and Arizona at least through March fourth there but only seven meeting so far between players and owners the last one lasted just fifteen minutes spring training was to have started this week and the exhibition schedule February twenty sixth MLB told the union it thanks February twenty eighth is the last possible date to reach an agreement that would allow a timely start to the regular season the players union says in a statement nothing requires the league to delay the start of spring training much like nothing required the league's decision to implement the lock out in the first place I'm a Donahue
Anisimova upsets defending champion Osaka at Australian Open
"Amanda Amanda Amanda Amanda Anisimova Anisimova Anisimova Anisimova has has has has pulled pulled pulled pulled off off off off the the the the biggest biggest biggest biggest upset upset upset upset today today today today to to to to the the the the Australian Australian Australian Australian Open Open Open Open the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty year year year year old old old old rising rising rising rising American American American American style style style style knocking knocking knocking knocking out out out out the the the the defending defending defending defending champion champion champion champion Dale Dale Dale Dale male male male male soccer soccer soccer soccer in in in in a a a a hard hard hard hard hitting hitting hitting hitting two two two two hour hour hour hour and and and and fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen minutes minutes minutes minutes third third third third round round round round battle battle battle battle and and and and as as as as a a a a mother mother mother mother say say say say to to to to third third third third set set set set match match match match points points points points before before before before closing closing closing closing out out out out the the the the dramatic dramatic dramatic dramatic win win win win ten ten ten ten points points points points to to to to five five five five in in in in an an an an extended extended extended extended tie tie tie tie break break break break up up up up her her her her reward reward reward reward is is is is a a a a showdown showdown showdown showdown with with with with the the the the top top top top seed seed seed seed ash ash ash ash Barty Barty Barty Barty the the the the Australian Australian Australian Australian continuing continuing continuing continuing her her her her straight straight straight straight sets sets sets sets run run run run through through through through the the the the draw draw draw draw after after after after a a a a solid solid solid solid win win win win over over over over Camilla Camilla Camilla Camilla Giorgi Giorgi Giorgi Giorgi Jessica Jessica Jessica Jessica to to to to go go go go left left left left and and and and Madison Madison Madison Madison keys keys keys keys also also also also reached reached reached reached the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth round round round round I'm I'm I'm I'm Graham Graham Graham Graham like like like like us us us us
Ryan Seacrest still king of New Year's Eve television
"The the battle battle of of the the new new year's year's eve eve whose whose has has now now been been settled settled well well drunk drunk then then might might drop drop that's that's how how we we win win for for Ryan Ryan Seacrest Seacrest as as twenty twenty twenty twenty one one rolled rolled into into twenty twenty twenty twenty two two Nielsen Nielsen reports reports the the man man who who inherited inherited Dick Dick Clark's Clark's new new year's year's eve eve franchises franchises still still number number one one no no matter matter what what Andy Andy Cohen Cohen has has to to say say on on the the matter matter the the ABC ABC broadcast broadcast reach reach nineteen nineteen point point six six million million viewers viewers between between eleven eleven thirty thirty and and twelve twelve thirty thirty AM AM and and in in the the fifteen fifteen minutes minutes around around the the midnight midnight that that audience audience jumped jumped to to twenty twenty four four point point two two million million people people that that was was a a blow blow to to a a drunken drunken Cohen Cohen who who co co hosted hosted CNN's CNN's coverage coverage from from New New York York he he got got attention attention for for referring referring to to Seacrest Seacrest quote quote group group of of losers losers among among other other things things two two days days later later a a sobered sobered up up Colin Colin apologize apologize saying saying he he was was stupid stupid and and drunk drunk and and feeling feeling it it I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
Djokovic's Bid for Year's Grand Slam Ends Against Medvedev
"The grand slam dream another joke of it just turned to a nightmare after a straight sets loss to the U. S. open men's final lackluster Djokovic struggle from the very first game against the second state dental Medvedev and saw his hopes of a record twenty first major win and a calendar year slam taken away as a Russian pad to a six four six four six four victory the took two hours and fifteen minutes I do feel sorry for not because I I I I can't imagine what it feels I don't know this film but it definitely makes it sweeter the wear and tear of one five set and full force it matches on the way to the final obviously took its toll on the thirty four year old son it was made but its first major win I'm Graham like us
Monica Lewinsky's New Documentary Will Explore Cancel Culture & Public Shaming
"Monica lewinsky is opening up about cancelled culture and public shaming while discussing her upcoming documentary. Fifteen minutes of shame. Yes she should. She's a absolute. She's the top expert mma world as far as public shaming is concerned and have her reputation just dragged through the mud for years. And there's that other documentary that's out. Fx is impeachment american story. I guess which will dramatic cise the events and she was produced. That i guess. Dramatize what i say. Tremendous dramatize association. Sorry yeah she said we're living in a culture and world now where we're drowning in shame. We're taking a three hundred sixty degree. Look at this culture of shaming public human public humiliation and trying to question where are we going. it's great. it's a great thing because she's right. We're drowning in shame. And we're we're pointing our fingers and and shouting down. Everybody who says or does anything. We don't like personally and and try and trying to take it to the degree where it's not just me. That disagrees with you the whole world. We think you're a horrible person. You should lose your job. You should lose your family. You should lose everything you've ever had. Well she just about did because she told nbc when she was on there promoting this fx series she told savannah guthrie that she couldn't get work had ptsd and was financially dependent on our parents as a result. Well
Will Brunson's Frustration Affect Him Against Till?
"Brunson's very consistent but with those consistencies. He has consistently had a problem with a striker. He can't take down. Brunson gets frustrated. I know it because it was the problem in my career. So i can see what other guys have it when they have the same problem. I can see it if brunson comes out in his game plan is to take you down and he fails to take you down. He gets frustrated and things unravel very quickly. If you go see also too great fights if you wanna go back right if you're betting on this fight to great ones to see before you form your opinion anderson silva vs derek brunson derek. Brunson beat anderson silva. He lost the decision. He won the fight one of those nights. But he's in there with a great striker anderson. Brunson was successfully getting down at least part of the time so he didn't get frustrated his plan that he came in there with work at least part of the time it was enough to march him forward through fifteen minutes. The decision is history. The opposite happened when brunson oughta sonya he knew the blueprint he knew very clearly. I must take a sonya down and so did the rest of us because it was on the heels of artists on your inventory were vittori did take him down held them. They're frustrated oughta sonya so brunson knows what he needs to do when he failed to sign. You got his hips away. Got under kept him back on the feet. Brunson got frustrated. So it's it's one of those deals because in many ways this is the same fight it is till a striker. And he's great at it and he's weird. He's a very awkward approach. He twists the hips. He keeps his hands down. He goes southpaw. he goes orthodox. He looks like he's gonna kick when he's punching. He looks like he's gonna punch when he kicks. He's awkward adds to effectiveness. Good news for brunson even though it's the first time he's fighting till it's not the first time he's fought that awkward style. Okay we are going to have a long fight. I don't close my eyes and invention away that brunson gets till out of there. I can see ways that till stops brunson. I can see where till hurts it. But they're unlikely you're going to have a long drawn out contest and brunson has always impressed me with his ability to compete the harder the rounds get the more he's gotta dig the more grind and grimy gets he seems to rise to. I think that's the kind of fight that he's going to have picking
FAA Bans Virgin Galactic Launches While Probing Branson Trip
"The Federal Aviation Administration says virgin galactic cannot launch anyone into space again until completion of an investigation it involves the virgin galactic flight in July with founder Richard Branson on board nothing could prepare you for the view of a from space the FAA says the rocket ship veered off course during its descent back to New Mexico putting it outside the air traffic control clearance area virgin galactic admits the space plane dropped below the protected airspace for one minute forty one seconds because of a change in wind the flight itself lasted about fifteen minutes the company said the flight was safe and successful virgin galactic says it plans to launch three Italian researchers to the edge of space in a few weeks and wants to start selling tickets to space next year I'm a Donahue
Arizona's Kari Lake on the Age of the Trump Republican
"I have to say. There is a a a lightened dog. There is a front in an obverse of how to be successful in the age of america. I and i've been texting back and forth with man who says he's a republican wants to be governor of the commonwealth virginia. But he seems scared to come on the show all his communications team. I'm talking about dan. Yung-chen running it for him which is really embarrassment. You not only understand that. Politics changed in two thousand sixteen. You've embraced donald trump. The wonderful pictures of you and my former boss are out there. This is a clear message to the seventy four million. Who voted for him that you believe. The age of the career politicians is done. Talk to us about your vision of arizona and how politics have changed. And it's the age of the citizen. Politician carry absolutely ronald. Reagan called it the citizen politician and we used to call it. Reagan republican now. I believe we are in the era of the trump republican and i believe that eighty percent of republicans are solidly mega trump republicans. I am one of them. I'm not ashamed to say that. I'm very proud to be a trump republican because he puts america first and we have to do that. We see how the world is spinning out of control right now and i think some of these other politicians are being controlled by the consultant class. The political consulting class. They're afraid to do what's right. Because they have special interests that are not the people that are representing. And you're showing pictures right now. A little over a week ago i was invited to see president trump at trump tower and it was such an amazing day. Our half hour meeting dragged out. I shouldn't say dragged out. I was happy at dragged out a an hour in about fifteen minutes. So i was so pleased. Sit down you got more than an hour with the boss. Yes i did. It was surreal. I must
The Secrets of Nonverbal Communication & Body Language
"So what does body language tell us. What what is it. We can decipher or not decipher. What specifically does it do. Well in my job is interrogator. I use it and attack. Full sense where i will. I'll ask questions. I know the answers to. And i'll see how that person reacts to those questions that i know they know the answers to and then i'll have questions that i know. They don't know the answers to questions. All about places i would make up even as i'm talking to them and we're getting ready to get started. I spent ten or fifteen minutes just talking to them and you get what's called a baseline when they're not nervous not being put on the spot and you see that you remember all the things how they acted when you ask them questions that you know they knew the answer to and they answered correctly and the ones you knew they didn't know the answer to and you you keep that in mind as a baseline for the way they behaved. Then when you get to the point where you're talking about what they're supposedly what they've supposedly done what they're suspected of doing as you speak with them then you can see how their body language changes. They may do things to to guard themselves. They may bring their their arms in closer to their chest for example. And that's what your brain does what it feels threatened. It'll it starts guard near your lungs and your heart and your stomach or they may be using. Water called adapters. At adapters things. These little repetitive movements people make that get rid of that built up stress tension or energy from the questioning is. They're trying as their thinking. Is there as they begin to worry about. Something stress builds for example. They may start Shaking their foot on the jiggling there on the ground or they may start rubbing their arm or their hands or they may just a little bit star biting the side of their mouth. Those are the things that you see those. These repetitive pacifying behaviors. Those that you know that person is under stress. It doesn't mean they're lying. It doesn't mean they're telling the truth it just means there's an issue there. There are no absolutes in body language just because someone scratches there knows. It doesn't mean they're they're lying and it doesn't mean they're telling the truth and most of the time their noses i've i've trained federal judges who thought if you look up into the lapd you're not telling the truth and we all know from studies now. That's not true at all not even a little
Hawaii's COVID Rules Turn South Carolina Family's Vacation Into Nightmare
"It's called cova derangement syndrome. It has it has been added to the list of derangement syndromes like trump derangement syndrome. And just ask less besson door for my my buddy. Joey hudson was telling me about less this week. Less went to hawaii from south carolina with his wife and kids and i want you to hear his store less. We really appreciate you joining us. Here on the mike gallagher show because when joey told me about your case i thought i gotta share this with everybody. How are you sir. don't mike thanks for your patience. You and your wife vaccinated your sons. Your sons are fourteen and sixteen correct. That's right and they weren't vaccinated so you wanted to follow all the rules regarding did with the hawaii restrictions we can you walkers through what happened when you got to hawaii Yeah well we've got the hawaii. We got up there playing the a section where the steering people make sure they had all the paperwork and everything that they need to pass the their their rules There was no problem with my wife. And i But my two sons they Have the testing done through Hawaii's one of them's hawaii's partners with the supposed to have a twenty four hour turnarounds to the test results and It had to be done within seventy two hours. Seventy two hours wouldn't accept the test results so when we get to hawaii we find out that the lab that hawaii uses Or one of the lots of these several but one of them that they use That we ended up using did not Complete tests and did not upload the results So we're in the airport there and In the hawaii airport. In what we're in hawaii on the big island in this now. So you're on the big island and your and your and you realize now you've got you and your wife have your vaccination cards but your kids test results have not been properly process show now. Hawaii thinks you guys are stuck because you've got two kids without a vaccinate or without a cova test result correct. Was that we so we asked. Well can we just get tested for them. Houston all the tasks are very quick. this is what really surprised me is that they said you can't get a test in hawaii it from out of state you have to leave the state to get a test to come back in. So we they don't they don't they. Don't have the ashes in hawaii. That had those blue buynaksk by max. Now kids we get a fifteen minute result. I'd like to tell you that that we were in tokyo so i couldn't get out to see if they have this. No kidding because this gets worse all right so let's go through this show so you can't get the test there. So then what happens so they tell us. We have three choices. Choices are one to leave hawaii to to go into those ten days of quarantine or three to have. A the governor's office grant an exception in our case. How are you going to get a governor's exception in your case standing in the hawaii the airport hawaii i have no idea i wonder your. Where did you go from the airport. I don't know what happened from the airport. We tried to go to our beach house that we rented for the first two nights before the resort for the rest of vacations right but The airport wouldn't let us leave until they Until they called the beach house confirmed that they would keep us in our beach. House and Make sure that we quarantined. Keep you in like like like house arrest. Like house arrest yes. I couldn't outside and the beach house. They they said they wouldn't be able to do that. And i can't blame them. They don't wanna be sitting around doing that kind of thing right so we have to find the hotel that would allow us to Be under Corentin in their hotel wounded up we ended up getting the marriott And we had improved the airport people there that we have a reservation at the marriott and the marriott would Indeed cheapest room and where. Where are you doing this making all these calls and trying to figure all this out with since hawaii thinks your two kids are like lepers. I guess you know. They've got the blue bonnet plague. What are you guys. Locked in broom closet somewhere in an office. Where are you doing all this. We are behond one of the counters or this is taking place while other travelers coming in and While we were there for about two hours three or four other people with similar issues that weren't able to get her to go to porn teams. Oh so you weren't. You weren't alone and going through this now. There were sort of Well Both with kids and a couple a single individual my gosh go you wind up at the marriott right with your family right how that go. Well not was. That was awful. I'll tell you it was awful Before we got to the marriott no they told us we have a one phone call to try to get with the lab to To get our results one photo giving you one phone. Call one phone call. That's what they told us and we. We ended up having a lot more because my sixteen year olds is autistic. And there's been expecting this trip for Well we're supposed to do it last year. That goes with council the at. He's expecting it for this year He just has a meltdown there in in there and And it was bad
It's Amazing How Vile and Nasty the Left Can Be
"Really is extraordinary to see how vile and nasty. A lot of people on the left can get all the joy over greg abbott. The governor of texas getting cogan. Oh they're just happy about that on social media this guy in a wheelchair and they're happy that he has covert because he's trying to defend the rights of americans to make decisions about their kids. Texans trying to defend texans right to make decisions about their kids about how they live their life and he's fully vaccinated. Good lord willing is going to do fine. He's no reason to think he won't. He's vaccinated. he's had no symptoms which is interesting. It's kind of intriguing to me that he was even tested. I guess maybe they just test him regularly As i think a lot of Political leaders and high profile people. I listen. I do that by max self cova test. Almost daily all the traveling. I've been doing all the airplanes again. On and off this. I was gonna do it on the air and if i had one of these kids in the studio i would have done it on air. You can do it to yourself. You just swab yourself. Put an ad put a few drops in a in a little kit and in fifteen minutes. You know whether you're positive or negative. I gave one of those kits to somebody i work with. And they gave it to their sister. Who wasn't feeling good and it showed negative mean a positive cova test. She has govan and she did. Great incidentally but how vile they can be a nasty
The USS Indianapolis: The Deadliest Shark Attack in US History
"At fifteen minutes after. Midnight july thirtieth. The ship was struck by two torpedoes from a japanese submarine. the torpedo. strike was totally unexpected and the indianapolis went down in only twelve minutes. An estimated three hundred souls went down with the ship. This left however almost nine hundred sailors floating in the water. There were few lifeboats and not everyone had a life preserver. They were floating in the middle of the ocean and no one knew where they were. Little do they know that their nightmare was just beginning stranded floating in the open ocean. There were several problems at the survivors. Were facing the first risk was obviously drowning. The longer you're in the water the greater the risk of exhaustion. The greater the risk of your life vests becoming waterlogged and the greater the risk of drowning. The second was dehydration. You can't drink seawater so everyone would. Effectively be slowly dehydrating especially considering that they were out in the open sun. Finally the most terrifying prospect was sharks. The location where the ship sunk was in some of the most shark-infested water in the world and the sharks. That were there. Were some of the world's most aggressive the oceanic white tip shark. The ship sank in pitch darkness while the sailors in the water could hear each other. They could barely see each other. The sharks were attracted by the sounds of the explosion and the movement of the men and of course blood in the water the first night the sharks mostly attacked the dead bodies in the water. When the sun came up most of the men began to join up and link arms with each other by joining a group in improve their buoyancy. They were able to give each other moral support and they could keep the sharks at bay and a group. The men could all clearly see the sharks. They were swimming under and around them survivor. Edgar herald recorded the scene in the open water as quote at any given time. You could look out and see big fin swimming around and around and around all of a sudden. You heard a blood-curdling scream and you look to see. The shark had taken him under and quote. The men in the water waited for relief to arrive but no one showed up. As the hours passed it went. In today's men became delirious from the sun exhaustion and dehydration. Some began swimming to illusionary islands. Off in the distance some would break away from their groups and started thrashing making them easy targets for the sharks. When someone in the group died they would often push the body away trying to placate the sharks for a while by offering up one of the corpses
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The Benefits of Walking and Acupuncture
"I still get emails asking. Why in many of my podcasts. I recommend this exercise. It doesn't appear as if it does much you know what's the big deal There were other exercises. That are better in this particular exercise. And i even get this from some of my patient is and this. Exercise is walking walking. It's basically a low impact simple natural accessible exercise that has many benefits attached to it. And for starters. Walking is very easy on the bond. I mean you can just get up from your chair and just do a brisk fifteen minute walk and it said it doesn't require any equipment doesn't require that you change your clothes. It doesn't require much of anything other than energy me to myself. The simplest form of exercise out there. Okay i mean globally slightly less than but around twenty five percent of actress of adults don't exercise on a regular basis whereas just one hundred and fifty minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise a week plus regular wellness. Visit with you acupunctures. Where do you go wrong. And now if you really want to look at it right almost one hundred and fifty minutes. That's a lot okay. It's spread out over week. It spread out over five days. It's pretty much a half hour each day for five days and sometimes it can just be thirty minutes of walking. You know you have to go somewhere. And it's thirty minutes away or fifteen minutes away and in fifteen minutes back these year. Thirty minutes for the day
Growth Hacking Success With NFT Technologies CEO Mario Nawfal
"Just start with growth hacking. Now in your definition. Mario break it down for fire nation. What is growth hacking. So i made all my money and e com. And then i got into crypto. Twenty seventeen washer a consulting firm doing really well partnered and often and i do a lot of investments. So that's a brief brief overview down twenty seventeen one of my business bond. What's his name. His kill stylus. He starts telling me about girls hockey. 'cause he was applying it to my personal biden enter my businesses and the things that he did by tension that same year join kovin always in turkey and covert hit. And the lockdown started so rented a villa in fiftieth on the beach in turkey. Twelve bedrooms and i started hiring all the best girls. Hackers around the world from bob to kill to cohen christiana. All these peop- growth hackers with no now brought them all under one roof all of them and we decided building the things they did have been insane. My business is one of the north equity stuff to eight figures as capital is doing high seven figures. We go packers businesses during really. Well now what is talking. I'm hyping it up like crazy. Everyone talks about facebook marketing jail. The everyone talks about google marketing. Everyone talks about influence. Marketing affiliate marketing. But no one talks about gross hacking. And that's essentially daming algorithms. It's it we've talked about clubhouse early. I'll give you examples. That's the best way to think about it. Your business and non-business examples we've talked about clubhouse earlier now everyone knows in kaas you have to get people moderators that have a lot of followers to comp as the moderator to invite them up because they have a lot of followers it will ping follows not technically. That's growth hack. It very simple growth hack but it is a gross hike. Growth is take a step further. Okay when does it ping follows if we take him up or so had to flee thanked him up bring them back down and takes them up again doping their followers again. Every time you bring them up that was in the early days clubhouse solid do that every fifteen minutes in my room never had a room lesson. Two thousand two thousand people never below thousand. It was the biggest daily ramon clubhouse seven days a week. that's the growth. Hack
WSOP's New Covid Rule
"What we're talking. Mouth is w soapy made a new rule. And they put it into the wip handbook or whatever guidelines. 'cause they're trying to figure out how to deal with covert and what they basically said. In this new rule yesterday is if you're in close proximity within six feet for fifteen cumulative minutes and any person tested positive for covert nineteen. They can then at their discretion. Remove you from that event as well even if you don't test positive and you forefoot at forfeit everything you don't get refunded and if you're in the money they pay you out for that spot if you're not in the money regardless of chip stack you get nothin' it's it's going to be able to fly because of a dealer right cannot got a whole table they want and logistically because of that and the way the rio and w setup everybody is within six feet of everybody at every given time so it doesn't make a ton of sense. I don't know like the one in seven seat within six feet situation right or how did and how do they know. Fifteen minutes like you get your you. You've been sitting there for fourteen minutes and thirty seconds. You're good but if you're there for another thirty seconds you have covert now it. It's a lot of. You're not going to be able to take people's money and not not not offer a refund. That's impossible. You're not going to be able to do
Can America Fix Its Trains?
"Take a trip into the near future with me. A future where amtrak service looks less like the slow old system that we all know and more like the bullet trains that whisked people across countries like japan and france. This is what i think of as normal high speed rail's new york to washington an hour forty five. Maybe forty new york. Boston about the same new york philly should be forty forty five minutes apart. That's alon levy who has spent a lot of time thinking about how to improve train. Service blonde is a mathematician by training. But they're working now on. Something called the transit costs project at new york university. The project keeps track of how much similar train projects cost in. Different countries in the lawn is also an advocate for how american train travel should be what i would call train. Utopia ideally enter. The train station may be five minutes before the train departs. You can find an advance and reserve a seat. If you're with a friend you can reserve seats together. Emperor doesn't let now. There's lots and lots of capacity so you don't need to charge really high prices to avoid the train getting fall. Let's say new york and boston might be forty nine dollars. Tranche are going to be very frequent and the reason is that the northeast. Carter is enormous. How many people live there. It's what fifty million people between four enormous metropolitan areas so instead of having to two hours or half an hour you'd be waiting fifteen minutes.
Kathy Ireland Shares How She Came to Christ by Reading the Bible
"Talking to kathy ireland. Kathy what you're sharing about your mother packing a bible in. Because i know we haven't really dear friend who was a young model and it is a tough life. It's it's awful in so many ways. We think of it as glamorous but it can be not just brutally hard work but it can be abusive and difficult in in so many ways so the fact that your mother packed the bible. Did you know had. She tried to share her faith with you before this i mean. She's sending her her daughter off into the wide world. Had she done that or was this just something that she decided to. Just pack the bible. She shared it It was early in her journey. So it was new to her She was quiet yet. I real eric. I really noticed transformation. And my mom that i loved this disquiet strength and And it was so attractive in I really appreciated that. And i know that drew me to really wanna read this to well. It is. It is amazing. Also the power of the bible. I mean here you are. you're eighteen years old. You know anything about the bible but you open it up and somehow got manages to speak to you for a lot of people. The bible can be really opaque if you don't have somebody explaining things to you but when you're alone somehow you can pick things out because you sort of desperate in a way you're looking for something and there's a lot of something in it But you said i mean i think. A lot of people remain baby christians for a long time like they believed but i think had those periods in my life earlier and it is interesting though that at some point you kind of turn a corner i was it. When you're thirty four. You said you read the bible in other words. What was it or was there anything that suddenly made you think. I need to take this more seriously. I i was forty four. Did it was warne's retreat. I had every excuse in the world not to go in. It was during a quiet time. Nothing monumental a worship time. My heart was convicted. And i just felt but wordpress upon my heart. You say your first priority. But i'm not and my response was large. You know what my life is right now at three young kids. My husband business oliver. I'm so stretched. And what i got from him was put me i. I will give you better time with your kids. I will expand your time. I'll give you more time with them. And he is so fateful and what began as setting the alarm clock. Fifteen minutes early Became just the biggest joy of my
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Museum Archipelago
"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm in elsner. Pissy america go guides the rocky landscape each episode ever longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started. There's a saying among history nerds always read the plaque always read the plaque..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
"Can know that the mon- still without any doubts which is the fifteen minutes. This experience stillness is really what will read your mind of death. The five hindrances just say but they gone in autumn not present. I have a have a bite with news to why finished because we've move closer to the present moment move closer to that still lose. That stillness is always there in the prison can be mindful of now. You know you can be mindful of it. Start to fuel. Its beauty. the joy joy of balance a moment. I'm going to ring the bell. And i'll ring the bell three times..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Would tell our friends. Watch this guy right. It was a little bit of a secret that we felt like we had now. The world kind of knows who you are what you're capable of doing. What situation did you prefer. Which one did you like. Better kinda gone under the radar a little bit or do you like the fact on alan people cross you. They know they're in for a hell of a fight wall. It's funny you say that. Because men bob big bucks falls park stage it is. I was just talking about trust the reach of saying listen. The truth is when they when your name across the desk people go all uninformed I'm going to get a nice kotal for fifty minutes and then you know i'm going to be fine. Reminding the cost is going to be extreme. Violence a does the difference like nobody's what is scheduled to fight evil people by a so. I just yeah i mean it was a secret for a while but now people know the only kaladze gate foster knock you out could also go to fifteen minutes can wrestlemania. Yeah i've kind of you know. A well rounded road blow around with mixed martial is now and it gives me a good chunks. What did brummer stated is as the truth enough offer to the a good comeback bid..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Up I'm blah blah blah dates on live. Why can we not have a mean work with some of our immature musicians in the audience. Who want to help us to actually make that song. Something epic and strong. Would it be a copyright problem. Would we would. We have to fight. I don't know because. I mean chose that tuned specifically because it's been in the public domain says. Perhaps we can do something with that all right well figuring out. I'd like it by. I don't know fifteen minutes from now. This train is moving a little bit faster than it used to. We're going to have to get these things executed faster than we used to or up to number three here number three chris versus chris ash crack fall pets against the show. It's a good list. I'd like to recreate some of that right now. Just because i know we did it again and again and it was funnier every time i just want everyone and you must. You must please have this. Fill your soul. Our greatest athlete became the greatest. Chris by winning a race on his hands and knees bleeding with his ass crack showing and he was the winner long crack and i just want to be the photograph that goes on this shows tombstone. I just want to remain to be the finish.
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on UnInfluenced
"What you wanna make. If you're just looking to fucking cook cook shit using fire. I mean you know even at fuck it depends like as is it. Lean beef is it fattier beef. Is it fucking poultry is fish. Are you going for savory salty or fucking sweet or a comet like yeah it just to me like all of those things really drive what device. I'm gonna use how i'm going to cook it. So for example like von museum of fatty cut of beef that otherwise tough brisket fucking shoulder some of the chuck or sirloin or pot. Roast style cuts like those need to be cooked at a lower temperature for a really long time. So that the fat can can render basically into the meat if you try to cook it fast. Just hardens up and his really tough If it's a leaner cut or even a high quality fat cut like wag you or prime grade revise things like that. Even though the really fatty it's that real thin ribbon like fat that that heats up quick and melton to the meat really well so you can cook those hot and fast. Yeah if it's a poultry or chicken or fish or or something that's a little more delicate You know can either smoke it And then flash should at the end of crispin up a little bit or you can just cook it hot and fast to which just it depends on on what what meet your cooking. What type of meat is also kind of how how you want it like his it more savory mediterranean dishes at a more classic sweet barbecue dish. Like it just depends. I didn't know you were so we practice this motherfucker. He cooks steaks and like ten. Fifteen minutes i mean shit less than that emissions were good last man man if it's a if it's a really high quality piece of meat the hotter and faster the better in my opinion always like getting hot fast piece of meat..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"If you're reacting poorly flasher lights honking horn and someone come out and so you go in you. Sit in the car from fifteen minutes. And then they wave. Yom it was. It was insane. It was insanely efficient. And it it again and i'm actually a little teary our thinking. It now to think of all those volunteers and all the people and they just rolling through those people. Yeah you'll get this. As i am so i don't think we have to drive through the drive through testing in places but not for vaccines. I don't think But what i find really funny. And i get whenever i end up in a queue especially in a queue going you being separated into lines going into different cubicles. I always probably because i was raised at the time of doctor. Who and i always think community got converted into a cyber mma. Never i in a queue going into a cubicle. Like i'm gonna get into assignment pisses well that not to get too political. It's more logical than a lot of reasons why people are not wanting vaccine. Yeah exactly all right well so Let's talk a little bit about your new music so I wanna get kickstarted in a minute. But in the meantime like The last time we talked you had had a your dungarees and I love that single. And i love that. We had a great discussion. So you're working on a brand new full album. Yeah so when. I wrote degrees. I didn't really know what it was going to be a paul's like previously. I've always worked towards like any pay or an album will collection of songs in some way and dungarees was the first time not time sales like i did this as a teenager the first time in a while i sat down to just right for the sake of writing And i think. I might have mentioned when we're on the podcast. Remember that. I think i might tend into melba income..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on No Agenda
"Now she's done a few things cheese coin where she coins worse is that part of the parties are word corner she does pod squads pods squad. Oh my goodness. I was write that one down. What what is a pod squad. I don't know it's a meet up. Oh well why. Don't you just say meet up pod scouts this different enemy that because it's like a book club have topics to discuss these that another exit strategy for us pod squats. I don't think so. Well yeah right. Hell certain government agencies. We do squats which is completely different. Pod squats pod scott's a she also coined the word brutal. Wow she is a wordsmith She's killing it okay. And was there anything that came out of this. This fifteen minute segment. Well it may have been longer than fifteen minutes. I had to turn it off to get to the other. Two networks consist going on forever. And no i mean yeah. She's she's anxious..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process
"It's a nice lengthy piece it's fifteen minutes long in while including i guess with the story at the end written by a young audience member and you do all of the voices and they the style tell me about the creation of this story and why you took that approach so when already you on stage asked me to write a story again. I didn't really know exactly what to write. And i just knew if i'm going to write this right at quickly. It has to be something that excites me. And i've written songs for awhile and and have been writing children's musicals more recently and there's something with an i think this is true. In many different art forms in many different writings but structure provides ease provides opportunities in art. I think a lot and so having the structure of rhythm and meter was something that i felt i could ride. And even though it may be ultimately it'd be slower to write this many words in that time as cited because it was more fun more playful where rhymes would pop up. And then it's almost like solving a puzzle for me In writing rhymes rhymes will pop up. And you figure out how to make them work or or a situation pops up everything except the rhyme pops up and then you have to find a way to make a rhyme happen and and so it was just more fun and so because of that because it was fun i was able do willingly put in the amount of time it takes to write a story in a short period of time. I find him reading rhyming stories to be incredibly satisfying as a as an adult who reads to my children. I it's just it's feels so good to resolve that rhyme. Oh everything is right with the world i agree. There is something really satisfying. And like there's a sense of play to rhyme and it's heightened language and so i think there's more opportunity for us to tap more into our imaginations maybe or allow allow bigger emotions or actions or or development because we don't feel so tied to not how that would happen in real life..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"Sometimes just the line. Just a little piece thing makes a difference and they're so much they drop in just a single line that i'm like. Oh okay okay. That's fine doesn't make it great. But this is i understand that now. I jess prior to the podcast. Mark likes to make things fifteen minutes longer. That's his go to so yeah. That's that's very on brand for mark..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Feeling a little bit like a rotten tomato another size olive when don's made him and he's gonna notice it has been opened. He does we out here. Ma just broader some food lockers open locked. It didn't open itself. You're going to be careful. I told ya. I locked it. We go in food. Okay deary yes about a finishes getting yata in about fifteen minutes out. Your husband was looping around things might get a little too hot where you take a nice quiet spot. Well nobody look a million years. I gotta buy a car as soon as i get it. We move out. Come on ma you better take the full garbage cans out front for the collection lenny. Watch tuesday we data load of stuff. Okay stay.
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"The same thing is happening for everyone so they are all running for fifteen minutes but so then we need something else than that if we want to understand how people might continue habit of running around later on in their life. Yeah yeah not an maybe also forward. The teacher said my main job is to educate physical education teachers. And one of the things that i take the ideas that i take from phenomenology to them is to try to them to bracket their own experiences. And try to show them that you should. Maybe you should try to start from the experiences of the person that you meet in your class rather than to automatically assume that your own experiences of being physically active being movement is something that's easily transferable to others so this phenomena logical idea bracket thing your own pre understanding in other to get the grip on what the other person is experienced. I think that's that's very tangible. Idea to provide teachers with. Yeah i think that's really really important aspect and especially when a lot of physical education. Teachers are the ones who really enjoy physical activity and sports and who had like really good experiences so it might not be easy to step in the shoes of somebody who doesn't find it enjoyable or yes yeah. I tried to tell them that. They are severely able bodied that they have that relationship to fiscal. Activity is not a normal life experience or a normal relationship. The fiscally activity they meet. People are very different from themselves I've also recently read some studies on like mood and emotion in sport than it does seem that the ones who are very physically active or doing a lot of Activity day that they also get feel good effect from from being active but that same kind of response doesn't happen for for people who are not used to that a lot of that this part of our expectations that you know you have been runner..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The AIB Show
"Right. We always messed up. I thinking about this. That's so true because when we did. Our american artist british spelling. It's right wanted there to defend really. Nothing should defend. Dr jimmy So would yeah. You're absolutely right to vote for me. Lesser evils. Autocorrect correct saddam. Good but again. I'm not i'm not. I don't have a handwritten anything. I'd write today hundred now. I mean it. Just find it funny that you're forcing the issue when it doesn't reggie what you can see you and your office with felt pen in going through this. It doesn't make any sense to me. You know writing on parchment. What you're doing. You know what i'm saying. What what did you say part unicorn part what. I'll tell you unicorn and the fact is amazing. Oh i teach the children and fifteen minutes so thank you very much. Go to children. Hey this is gonna be burned tomato tomato. Thank you thank you thank you enjoy the rest of your day. Stay warm and saint louis continue to educate everybody for those. You're listening. Please go support the book again. Available on all the all. The mediums will have links to it etc. Go check it out. Thank you again dr. Everyone remember over order. D better have a good everybody behind..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"He no sort of nursing. I'm so sorry doctor. I'm so sorry we must have got the message wrong. He must have said your father in father-in-law and he said no. My father in law died twelve years ago. He's a what time did the call come in. And they said nine fifteen and he said. Read me back. The message and message was frank. It's me i'm okay so there you know. They got that message. You know fifteen minutes..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience
"Nothing like building with that. You know. I think we see so much change in our daily lives with a pandemic that it's important to keep that in mind and sometimes we have to kind of Approach these problems a little bit differently. Yeah i also started to to share with my patients this idea of needing some sort of a break between our work hours and home hours when we work working from home you know some before we used to take the train or walk to work or drive to work and that was the break in between while now there is no break now. It's just all time so you can instead of that commuting time if you could go for a walk for fifteen minutes And use that as this sort of time to break between your work time and homelife. That's going to kind of be nice cleansing habit for your mind during the day atlas you know opportunity and you know if you can't get out of the house maybe you take a shower or made you just excuse yourself from their current situation. Anyway that makes sense for you and your family so that you can. You can give yourself that time because that knew term is really important and we we recognized it globally as much as we do now. Soya upgrade this. I think is so helpful. I really do because on one hand. I feel like we just checking the all these different topics but really such a wealth of information to share with people About about really trying to take control of your healthcare and understand what part you can play to that you can ultimately the likely one live absolutely. I agree to anything else. You buy two Thank you know.
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"That these other you know just in the very same district was we're are so no wonder people are mad right in for me Choreographing majority kick dances. Then figuring out you know some states are saying like yeah. You can still can't touch now. I remember that same state saying know. Yes you can hook up or linkup to your kick line but if you do you need to have gloves on a mask on or they were state said As long as you are not touching for more than fifteen minutes. You're good to go but at that fifteen minute mark you need right away from egypt you know. People were just kind of picking and choosing which protocol they liked best follow But i saw it all idea you know for me personally from a business standpoint. I was just glad things are happening. Yes and like you said. No me brave in the wild west going out there you know. I have the luxury of the back..
"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Her Legal Global
"Curious about this boring. And unattainable i wanna hear. I wanna hear more. Well personally i would find it hard to sit for five minutes doing nothing. Because i can i well i definitely would be thinking but deem still in sitting there for five minutes isn't necessarily a self care type of thing for me so i'm just curious. Do you need a mind switch to get to there. Is it something that everybody should be looking at as self care or is self care really about taking the five minutes that you personally don't find numbing so it's not it doesn't have to be sitting there. That's an example right so you can set a timer for five minutes for fifteen minutes. You can sit there. You can stare at the window. You can read a book. You can consciously look at your phone. You can call a friend you can move your body you can go for. A walk can have a snack. Like there's it's whatever doesn't actually matter so much what you're doing is you're doing it on purpose. So cautiousness they the consciously doing part. That makes the difference. That's the part. That's really important that you're consciously instead of stealing time you're conscious consciously taking time for yourself in. Is that what we mean by time containers for self care. Yeah like that. You're literally setting a timer because there's something that happens when we set a timer. It creates a container when we have a container something to hold us. If we're not consciously saying like i'm gonna take this break. I'm going to go outside and look at the sunshine. Go for a walk and talk with a friend or whatever it is that you decide to do. It creates this container where we actually get to receive. I mean it's interesting. It's like with gifts. People wrap they put the gift in a box. They wrap it up. it's in a container. It's like more special right if somebody just hands you something and oh. Here's your present. There's something about when it's contained live very clear like this is the present. There's something to receive in that and there's something that can hold us in that. Does that make sense. It makes a lotta sense. But i'm curious. Do we just put this as the day goes by. And we just say okay. We're gonna take five minutes now or should we be scheduling this in as part of something that we want achieve in a day so for example we wanna take five minute break every hour or that type of thing so we schedule it or do we say at the beginning of the day. You know to have this amount of time. And i'll just do it whenever i can fit it in. What's the best way of doing this to get the best results. I would say both. There's a woman named. Rachel baxter coke who deals mostly with entrepreneurs but there is something that she has called the model calendar which is sort of like. It's not your day to day calendar. It's a general calendar of how you use your time and one of the things that i love about her approach to the model calendar. Is that the very first thing that you put in there. It's time for yourself the time that you are not working the time that you're spending with family the time that you're spending with friends your personal time and so that goes on the calendar first and then you start building the other things. Then you put in the time for social development for business development. If you're working for somebody else's this would be like your bigger projects. I putting in personal time. Then you're putting in these bigger projects that are relieving move you forward move your career forward and then you put in time for other people and what we usually do. We have a completely opposite right. We put it other people and then we put in work and then we try to sort of like fit ourselves in around that and so there is like this this invitation to have a mind switch and really like schedule in. This is my time for me. How do we reward ourselves to keep ourselves going as we try to make this mindshift because see for example if you really don't even recognize your basic on a consistent basis to change your mindset to something where you're putting yourself first and you know putting that into calendar might be a bit challenging. So what can we do to kind of make a a small step towards this or some type of built-in reward that us to really see it because when we were talking earlier it was about how the value of something is not seen so we need to get to the point where we're actually seeing the value of this so we can make a mind switch and continue on with it. What would you suggest am curious about. The stew has something in mind. Like what would work for you in terms of a reward. What a great question.