26 Burst results for "Fifty Eight Minutes"
Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage Brings Humanity to Its Knees
"Was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
Humanity Brought to Its Knees With Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage
"Top story this week the world was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
Which Matters More, a First or Last Impression?
"Emails from a listener named sam cohn who happens to be a nursing student and he wants to know this our first impressions or last impressions more impactful question or you're thinking about the colonoscopy study i mean honestly there's only one cold i'll give you study will. There are many colonoscopy studies in the medical literature but only one in the psychology literature that i'm aware of exactly that social scientists would know about and that's the famous economy and colleagues study about peak and end the peak and theory. So can you tell us. About the pecan therion. How colonoscopy works to illustrate that so danny katamon and his colleagues did a study where everybody in. The study is getting a colonoscopy. You are randomly assigned. These are people who are already going to be getting on us. Yes i think. It was a collaboration with physicians. If only there were experiments that we could sign up for four which we get a colonoscopy decide. The i would prefer the chemotherapy pleased survey. I'm going to prefer the high fat diet one. This study randomly signs patients who are already signed up for a colonoscopy to either get colonoscopy as usual which i am told and as they say in the article is a pretty unpleasant experience because of the mechanics of the whole thing and the experimental condition is where the exploratory equipment of they have to put into. You is held there for a little longer than would necessarily be the case and your instinct might say oh. That's the bad version of the experiment right because you get more pain but what was so clever about this experiment is that yet. It's more pain. But because you're just having the tip of the scope to sitting there in the rectum. It's more moderate level of pain than what it's moving around during the colonoscopy itself. I think they would probably just call it a mild discomfort compared to a greater discomfort. I mean i can't imagine what it's like to have. The tip of a colonoscopy will come back in a week or two and give us the details so the reason why is interesting. Is that patients who underwent the extended procedure with the additional. Moderate level of pain actually raided the overall experience as less unpleasant and the reason why this was so important is that congressman was at the time developing a theory. Where there is the remembering self and the experiencing self and he says the experiencing self is just experiencing moment by moment. How happy my house. Adami anxious in my hungry am i but the remembering self is consolidating all of that and collapsing it into a memory and he had the theory that when the remembering self processes information and collapses a whole string of moments into one impression. Two things are going to take additional weight. One is the peak of the experience of the high in the low points and the other is the end points and so this famous study affirmed the hypothesis that the end of an experience takes disproportionate weight when we evaluate the overall experience. Now knowing the colonoscopy study what will i ask for if i had the chance to ask my doctor you say gimme the katamon colonoscopy please exactly the katamon special so it's interesting. Is that even though. This finding is a sturdy finding. I don't want the extra pain although since you're inexperienced in colonoscopy so we'll have to see if maybe you'll change your mind after you have but let's say that we want to take it out of the realm of the colonoscopy which i probably should and let's say we want to steer this back toward what sam is asking about the first impression or the last impression imagine a family vacation but say you are apparent with kids and a spouse or whatnot and you go on a family holiday. What would you rather have of the to a great beginning or a great ending y. So oh gosh. I think i would like to have a great ending because i do think the peak end effect does hold true so my ambivalence at my colonoscopy if the vacation we're say four days i would rather have a terrible first day and a wonderful fourth day than the opposite that makes sense because as you were describing the lasting thing is the memory so of course you want that to the positive one. Yeah the whole memory is going to be colored by the last moments more than like the mid point or something. I have to say. Ever since i read that paper years ago and interviewed donald reddell meyer one of the co about it. I have tried to apply the peak in theory all the time in my life in interviews with my family and random encounters with strangers. The minute something good happens. I just stop so you just leave when i learned about this. It made me think first of all of so many rituals that are part of our lives that seem to capitalize on the peak in theory. So dessert why desert last. Why don't we eat it. i. I don't know how much yoga you're doing these days so much. Okay so shiva's nina. Do you know this corpse pose at the end. Of course it feels so good to be sitting there and completely relaxing. And there's a reason. I think that every yoga practice ends with shibata so the next time you think. Do i wanna do yoga. Your memory is least colored by that. But that's challenge this notion so i think you've done a pretty good job persuading everybody. The last impressions are really powerful. But let's talk about first impressions. I mean there's this whole mountain of cliches about that right. You never get a second chance to make a first impression and so on and let's go back to that vacation if you show up with your family to this place where your vacation for four days in your first impression is terrible. Doesn't that set a tone that will be impossible to recover from and from which no final impression is possible to save the experience yet to argue that last impressions take on disproportionate. Way does not say that first impressions. Don't matter disproportionately also for different reasons. First impressions can carry more weight than the mid point or some other point in experience. So one reason is that first impression. Has this kind of path dependency so say you have a really bad day of that. Four day vacation. Everybody's now on a sour mood now. You're all fighting on day two and then because you were fighting on day two day. Three is a total catastrophe. Even those comes out you get off on the wrong foot as it were. And then everything. Kind of goes downhill from there. You know when. I first read this question from sam our first impressions or less imprisons more impactful. My initial impulse was to try to answer it. Like we're trying to do now but my my second impulse and the deeper one was to view it as i do as a writer which is to say wool. Both i think for everything i've ever written whether to book an article Podcast script whatever. I'd probably spend three to ten times more effort on the beginning and the end than on anything else because as a writer was informed years and years and years ago by my experiences a reader which is at the beginning really really matters the ending really really matters and there's also a notion expressed in various places. I don't know where i got it from. Maybe the talmud or shakespeare that the best beginnings have a little bit of the end in them. If the writing is good so i do wonder if maybe sam is pursuing an either or choice when the answer in fact should be an end answer. Both end is usually the answer to checkoff and the great multiple choice of life. The way that this question was framed. It's like when we are meeting another person or when you open a book or you start an article or you start listening to a podcast or watching a movie. It's so clear to us when we just think about those experiences. How the very beginning. It does matter because you are very quickly coming to judgments. And there is this research on thin slicing by among others nominee embody. Maybe you did freakonomics episode on this note. I read about thin slicing in one of malcolm. Glows books blink. This is the idea that you can come to very quick impressions and they're not even necessarily verbally articulated ones but just got feelings of like good or bad in milliseconds and that these very quick impressions can be predictive of later judgements. That are much more deliberative and so forth. That's an argument in favor of a strong first impression because in some cases lake with a move your book or a person if the first impression is not a good one there will be no opportunity for a final impression where the final impression will be one second after the first impression right hopefully less with people and more with like net flicks. So imagine there a job interview and your first impression of candid. It is a positive one. Well danny ottoman would remind us that then confirmation bias is gonna kick in and then for the last fifty eight minutes of the hour long interview. You're just going to be confirming your own positive impression. And so there's a path dependency in judgment and not just the path dependency in life events.
"Your Next Big Idea" Week
"This week's theme is your next big idea. The curator is Daniel Brooks. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says hi. My Name's Daniel Brooks nine. The host of the unlocking creativity podcast theme. I've chosen is. You're next big idea. The reason I've chosen this is quite simply running away from changing our whole lives. These podcasts are going to help inspire you to go in and discover yours. Here are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Daniel. Monday's episode comes from the Tim. Ferriss show and is called Eric Schmidt lessons from trillion dollar coach. It's one hundred and four minutes. Long Eric. Schmidt is a technical advisor and board member to Alphabet Inc where he advises its leaders on technology business and policy issues. Eric joined Google in two thousand one and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader. In Technology. Tuesday's episode comes from design matters with Debbie millman and is called Lisa Khandan. It's thirty six minutes long in this episode. A conversation with artist and illustrator. Liikanen about getting started creatively. Wednesday's episode comes from creative. Boom ranking on big regrets being different and discovering life begins at fifty. It's fifty eight minutes long. Rankin is the British photographer publisher and film director renowned for his portraits of Bowie and Bjork and for being co founder of dazed and confused. We chatted to the fearless man behind the lens about his career. And we're surprised to hear him open up about his childhood. His father his regrets and mistakes. This is an honest delve into the heart and mind of one of the biggest names. In photography Thursday's episode comes from Happy Place and is called. Joe Wicks it's forty nine minutes long in this episode. The body coach himself turns up at ferns door to discuss being a father of two meeting. Your work goals and being named Gq worst-dressed of the year Friday's episode comes from unlocking creativity. And is called. Darren Brown the creative mind. It sixty two minutes long about this podcast. Daniel says creativity is the power that allows us to imagine a world. That isn't our world yet to consider what doesn't yet exist and make it exist. Welcome to the PODCAST. That will help you make that happen. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Daniel. For this week's the your next big idea. Listen in and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in your next big idea into the search bar and the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag creativity. This is usually the section of the show where we bring you podcast news since the news is so filled with corona virus and Kobe nineteen lately. There's honestly not that much podcast industry news instead skype. Pillsbury who writes inside podcasting the newsletter? We usually read our stories from is asking for your participation she writes. I'm determined to keep this community connected so while we live through this bizarre moment in history. I'll publish reader submitted issues of the newsletter. I need your help to get this done. Please send me any or all of the following one episodes or podcast that have brought you. Joy provided relief over the past. Few weeks sky will share them in her newsletter and may eventually start a Google spreadsheet where people can add browse information at their leisure. Please include a link to the show and explain why it has been helpful to you during this time two stories about how the pandemic has impacted or not your work as a creator. Feel free to mention your show in the context of your story. Three stories about how the corona virus has impacted your ability to listen to podcasts or your interest in them four requests for help with your podcast need an editor a guest. Anything else. Five any ideas you have for future reader submitted issue you can send sky any and all of your suggestions return on twitter at sky. Pillsbury that's S. K. Y. E. P. L. L. S. B. U. R. Y. You can also reach her by email at sky at inside dot com. We'll be back next week with podcast. News and PODCASTS. That are keeping US happy during the Super Weird time.
"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations
"This week's theme is brain food. The curator is Ariel Retro. Here's why Arielle chose this theme. She says hi their minds. Ariel and the theme. I chose for this week's newsletter is brain food. I chose this theme because usually when I eat I just sort of been hailed the without thinking or chewing for that matter so this newsletter felt like the perfect opportunity to kickstart my brain and to get me to put a little bit more thought into what. I'm eating where it came from. And maybe the story behind to hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Arielle. Monday's episode comes from Radio Cherry bomb and is called climate. Change Food and you. It's forty six minutes long in this episode is your favorite food headed for extinction. Climate change is causing farmers around the world to rethink what they grow and how they grow it which is going to impact what you eat in the very near future. This climate change food connection is the subject of Mandal's important new book. The fate of food will eat in a bigger hotter smarter. World Tuesday's episode comes from the Food Program and is called Pints of progress. The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities. It's twenty eight minutes long in this episode brewer and broadcaster. Jay Go wise visits breweries where a progressive approach to employing people with learning disabilities is pouring away. Preconceptions helping tell the story is Michaela. Overton a brewer at ignition in Sydenham south London a brewery founded to create meaningful work for people with learning disabilities which has gone from glorified homebrew to running to taproom selling their beers in this program. We follow their collaboration with London. Brewer Gipsy Hill to make a beer as part of the social brew. Collective Wednesday's episode comes from copper and heat and is called food delivery APPs with homeroom. It's thirty five minutes long in this episode what happens when tech startups backed by venture capital create food delivery. Apps and a whole new system that is relied on by restaurant folks across the US we chat with the folks at home room to go the takeout only location of the Popular California Mac and cheese restaurant about how these APPs have affected their business. David Yaffe Bellany business reporter from the New York. Times joins us to talk about some of the larger National Trent's Thursday's episode comes from point of origin and is called a tale of two yogurts. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect goes fishing villages and waters is all about preservation. It keeps US alive and teaches us how to live this episode features guests. I'm Rita Gupta of the food. Radio Project SANOJA. Very Qadri of Diaster Echo and food writer cookbook author preempt Krishna. Friday's episode comes from gastropod and is called the United States of McDonald's. It's forty eight minutes long in this episode. Mcdonald's is mind boggling. According to Adam Chandler author of the recent book drive through dreams it sells roughly seventy five burgers every second and served sixty eight million people every day. Equivalent to one percent of the entire world's population the Golden Arches are thought to be according to an independent survey more recognizable as a symbol than the Christian crosses around the world. Chandler told us in this episode. We tell the story of McDonald's but more importantly we explore what it has to say about who we are those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Arielle for this week's theme brain food? Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a play list on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in brain food into the search bar and the playlist will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Brain Food. This is usually the section of the show where we talk about. Podcast news brought to us by the inside podcasting newsletter skype Pillsbury. The writer of inside podcasting actually manage to put out an episode of the newsletter. This week. That didn't even mention corona virus which is super impressive this week instead of stories from inside podcasting we're going to direct you to sign up for the newsletter at inside dot com slash podcasting and in lieu of. Podcast news. I'M GONNA shout out a few podcast. Creators AND PODCAST. Industry folks who've been tweeting about podcast news as it relates to the corona virus. I make sure to check out. James Cridland his twitter handle is at James Cridland that C. R. I. D. L. A. N. D. He's the founder and editor of pod. News Dot net. Which is an awesome podcast newsletter? That goes out every single day. He's got a lot of statistics. You might find interesting. Plus he's keeping up with all the PODCASTS that are being launched to cover the pandemic next checkout alley award the host of the podcast apologies in each episode of Allergies Alley Interviews Different August about their profession. Her most recent episode is with not one but four allergists each covering a different aspect of the corona virus situation. This episode is entertaining but it also gives some practical advice for how to stay safe. Plus she's keeping up with the news on twitter. Find her at Ashley Ward. That's A. L. I. E. Ward Last. Twitter highlight goes to Michel Yousef at twitter. Handle 'em Yousef that's the letter M. E. U. C. E. P. H. Michelle is a podcast producer. And she put out a tweet. That perfectly shows the connection between corona virus. Podcasts and podcasts advertising. I'll let you see that tweet for yourself when you follow her. That's all for our twitter recommendations. We'll be back next week with podcast news from the inside podcasting newsletter.
5 Podcasts For Those Who Love Awkward Conversations
"This week's theme is Awkward Conversations. The curator is Courtney Cossack Co host the Private Parts Unknown podcast. Here's why Courtney chose this theme. She writes I love setups that are inherently uncomfortable. Haven't told your boyfriend about that. You're crippling debt. You think your data's a serial killer you want to confront your troll. I'm in here. Are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Courtney. Monday's episode comes from this is uncomfortable and is called when money makes it weird. It's thirty one minutes long. In this episode host. Reema Jerez tries to settle a debt. That she's been avoiding and what happens when one person in a relationship has way more money than the other Tuesday's episode comes to us from the clearing and is called hunting season. It's fifty two minutes long in this episode. We meet April. WHO finds out that her father might have been a serial killer? Wednesday's episode comes from this American Life and is called. If you don't have anything nice to say say it in all caps. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. What happens when the Internet turns on you? It's safe to say whatever you want on the Internet. Nobody will know it's you but that same anonymity makes it possible for people to say all the awful the things that make the Internet. Such an annoying sometimes frightening place Thursday's episode comes from Private Parts Unknown and is called men have abortions to part two. It's fifty four minutes long for the seventh episode of Private Parts. Unknown hosts coordinate Cossack and Sophia Alexandra are back with the second installment in their three part series featuring men talking about their personal experiences with abortion for this edition. Were joined by two guys. I former youth pastor slash current stand stand up comedian Derek Murray and then filmmaker slash writers slash VR extraordinary Christopher Morrison who exemplified. How subtle religious indoctrination can manifest in surprising prizing ways as the shame and stigma surrounding the issue are processed Friday's episode comes from heavyweight and it's called the marshes? It's fifty six minutes long in this episode. After a drunken slip of the tongue Steve Marsh and his siblings discover a secret their mother has been keeping from them for almost forty years now. Steve Steve wants to help his mom. Take action those. Are The podcast recommendations. Chosen by Courtney for this week's theme Awkward Conversations
5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week
"This week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion. The curator is Paul or fiscal. The head Honcho music matters much newsletter. Here's why Paul chose this theme he says music is one of life's great joys. Don't ever take it for granted. Granted don't let it wash over you dive in with both ears and your whole brain whenever possible. Here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Paul. Monday's episode comes from Song Explorer and is called Aimee Mann patient zero. It's nineteen minutes long in this episode. Listeners owners are granted a backstage pass to the magical mysterious songwriting process with one of the best song. Writers of her generation. Tuesday's episode comes from Sound Opinions Gins and is called Opinions on Tool Lana del Rey and more farewell to Reco- CASICK and Daniel Johnston. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. pull up a bar stool and hang out for a while with a couple of highly intelligent highly opinionated music critics and friends. You'll always be better off for it. Wednesday's episode comes from Pri Arts and entertainment and is called. American icons crossroad blues. It's twenty minutes long in this episode. Robert Robert Johnson is more myth than man at this point. Change that perspective for yourself by listening to this fascinating podcast episode. It explores both the legend and the reality of the mysterious mysterious Blues Guitarist. WHO AS LEGEND HAS IT quote made a pact with the devil end quote down at the crossroads Thursday's episode is from strong songs songs and is called Mr Blue Sky by electric light orchestra? It's thirty five minutes long in this episode. Musician Kirk Hamilton. Is that fun. Super super talented friend. Every true music lover wishes they had in this incredibly entertaining. podcast Kirk presents a strong to his listeners and peels it back layer by layer air to reveal. Exactly what makes the Selecta tune just so special and appealing. You'll never hear Mr Blue Sky quite the same way again promise. Friday's episode comes from the Beatles Anthology podcast and is called Anthology one. It's twelve minutes long in this episode no narrator just an amazing exhaustive dip collection of audio clips of the Fab. Four check out the first of this eighteen episode twenty eight our podcast in addition to hearing from John Paul George and Ringo listeners. Listeners are treated to tons of song snippets from whatever time period. The lads are discussing at the moment a brilliant and intimate historical document of the most famous band ever. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Paul for this week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Them every step of the way just because like that sound bite that you just played it comes down to they'll biting situation and it comes down to close games and it has always been easier to watch the Seattle Seahawks what they have developed the skill which is to win close games in the play in a playoff style match up and I think that bodes well for them not to mention that they are six in on the road and I believe that they're going to go seven and all I believe that their team has come together at the right time while the ram although over the last two seasons has been one of the better teams in the NFL they are struggling to find who they are and what their identity yet alright Jake I've got a scenario for you this morning thrown at me this morning the rams call their desperate we need offense of coordinator they hire you they pay you a ton of money to do this what is it on the on the on the Seahawks defense that you decide to exploit as the rams brand new offensive coordinator man that is a fantastic question there look I think one of the biggest things for the Seahawks beat that they have done a fantastic job of being able to stop the run this year in particularly against really good writing attacks all season long if you can't abandon that the one that seems to try to do is they try to go sideline to sideline instead of attacking straight downhill acting up and you have to make sure that you're trying to establish the run game with Todd Gurley and that's something which on the bay that he's got away from this year and I truly believe that they've been trying to put him on a load management program because of his issues now they're starting to give him more carries with it brought a little bit more like back into their offense and so using traditionally what they've been able to do running the ball of being up the play action pass or some other weapons but interesting thing that they have done it or that they did last week is what I think would be key to their success is utilizing the screen game to their advantage and the Seahawks struggled with the screen game against the Minnesota Vikings but yet they use it not just running back screens but the use receiver screen out all the perimeter with some of their back late makers and I think it the the ram can force the Seahawks to cover the entire field I'd like to sideline I believe that the land that they have an advantage it is in the skill position players making the receivers and tight ends versus our secondary and making this team having to cover the whole deal I think it's a big aspect of that so this is gonna be a great challenge you fall on both sides of the ball there's still a ton of talent on this Ramstein but you just talk about you know where the state of the union all is for each team I think that the Seahawks have found who they are and are really starting to gain a lot of confidence and played bass where is the rams are still second guessing and still searching the J. keeps from seven ten ESPN joins us now talking about sea hawk this weekend LA rams five twenty so hate here's the question that we were talking about a few days ago has the Russell Wilson in V. P. chatter died down and could he actually earn it back come Sunday yeah that is a great question it is one of those situations where I believe mullah mark Jackson has taken a couple steps forward because when you watch him you watch the raven they went in a flash way and for Russell Wilson and the Seahawks that's just something that has not been the case and however I do believe that can change within one game and the this the rams game is an opportunity to change that again and I think Barack awoke there if you were go back to that first game for the rams this is the game that really took off that MVP discussion for Russell Wilson and this is the game that could recapture that for him once again in terms of being in that M. B. P. real legitimate MVP conversation either you go in the periphery with what mark Jackson will mark Jackson Russell Wilson Boulevard just a little bit ahead of him it's old Russell can make some tremendous plays if he can play efficiently and and score some touch down on Sunday night football I think that reinsert him back it is in a serious way in MVP conversation players spotlight every afternoon with Kennedy Mike in time brought to you by Pizza Hut you almost get offended if somebody gets to Russell do you feel like call is it a personal thing if if he sacked we are not all not all I make is that there are a lot of these guys seem to like thirty years of being looked all grab a glaze on it as soon as the the allow yeah I got it all you got a job as soon as you come around the corner may I your ma you know that's how I feel about me is that particular brother you'll go into bars to such a brother you know I eight five once again for I mean that's what it is on the I have a little on the go all gang five minutes what it is if you find there are are you not a media if you scare about but this I thought awful about this entire interview from seventy eight ESPN Seattle's Bob David more go to a seven ten sports dot com slash podcast download this seventeen sports app from iTunes or the Google play store your body gases alignment then an office of vitamin D. J. Fluker Seattle Seahawks coming up with the clip of the week a whole amalgamation of all of the deep fake sitting under the nearest put together about the show all week long that's come up let's get a traffic report now for Miley Katy of Miley's traffic reports right you buy emerald queen casino I'm gonna start by telling you a real time drive time Redmond to Seattle is sitting at fifty eight minutes right now and that is thanks to a disabled vehicle on west found five twenty before mom like full of our that is blocking the right lane drivers are backed up from four or five to almost all the way across the water as rush hour certain to clear up in other areas Bellevue drivers are still pumping the brakes on four oh five heading south bound stop and go traffic starts at five twenty and goes down the coal creek parkway with some mild flowing after that down to sixty fourth and a couple more drive times these are much more reasonable felt as a class sitting.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Times this summer with its high performing schools choose a haven of diversity in progressiveness signs the trumpet stigma Freetown and hate has no home here hang from lampposts and after a series of fatal police shootings across the country black lives matter placards popped up on ones but now a strategy to tackle racial inequity in the school district is challenging the town's self image casting a harsh light on segregation and the star could she make gaps between black and white students and raising pointed questions about race and class in the district that serves maple wood and its neighbors south orange the plan is to eliminate guaranteed seats in neighborhood elementary schools bus children to other buildings and reduce the grouping of students by test scores which has resulted in white students filling a disproportionate share of higher level classes the children of all backgrounds would be bust a significant number would likely be white because a school enrollment trends join a right a member of the district's board of education so the clear racial disparities in the system should make everyone feel the need to respond says there can be no more lying about the racism that infects public education in our school district whatever people say the racism that infects like okay who's the racist which policies the rates of policy what's the legacy of racism that is born out here and how can be alleviated without applying racist judgments about entire groups of people no answers now well the district is generally considered high performing based on measurements like standardized test scores and the number of high school grads down for college there are major differences between white students and black students the school district has as far back as the nineteen sixties made efforts to racially integrated schools including using busing but critics say some of the schools have struggled to achieve the ultimate goal of full integration because some of the schools participate in boxing and some did not black students in the district are on average academically three grades behind their white peers and five times likelier to be suspended than white students according to an analysis in twenty seventeen by ProPublica on state tests in math and language arts black students lag behind a white classmates and all seven elementary schools clearly this is the fault of buses so we need to send white students to black schools to make sure that we integrate the whole system have to insure that we have the proper racial mix the proper representative racial mix and we certainly cannot group students in classes by their test scores this would be racist and parents are scared of talking about this because they're afraid of being labeled racist for saying I don't want my kid going to were school now and also we don't think it's going to solve the underlying educational problems and in educational disparities by putting my kid on a bus to a school with kids were underperforming one parent Elizabeth Payne said they're not putting kids first at all I only shipping them across town to another school is going to help well yes well yes but apparently this is only a card to folks on the left once it hit home to them that it meant taking their own kids and putting them in war schools to achieve equality of outcome rather than better opportunity for everybody which is what we really should be focusing in on already coming up as a Friday that means it's time for some fun December uncle Ben's SJW story time we take a walk children's book we go through it for its proper messaging to ensure that it is properly and intensely woke we'll do that momentarily you're listening to the Ben Shapiro show in other news traffic and weather update coming up within minutes W. L. S. C. M. A. ninety having delays continue the Kennedy heading downtown right now fifteen minutes downtown to the airport in brown fifty eight minutes hear back to downtown the Eisenhower and our seven out to three fifty five heavy delays in the Stevenson an hour fifteen from lake shore drive to three fifty five and a chapter fifteen it's.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dot com slash why IBM and wish for not really seeing the string to sign US equities really care over into Asia are we well no not really at the moment just got a lot of problems here to to be to to grapple with the we've got at the moment of course said those it gains that we did have a Wall Street just edge a bit low by the end of the session I she was a retailer's which led stocks higher that on the street of dreams and part of that was held by target settings and guidance we got that recent gains in some of those big American shop so chain stocks on earnings beats for a reason to the BAPS similar lay low all this on a recession at any time soon and indeed at the one of my colleagues PM folks looking at the performance of S. and P. constituents and he found that the the bigger is better said that such you something which she was a fine was merit in full ETS old on to some of those microbes stocks as well that that currently what we have in terms of the US in this part of the world we are looking at not Barry story well when it comes to the Nikkei into okay which opens up in fifty eight minutes along side the Sydney market as well however Hong Kong often LA to coming on stream we should say giving us an hour and a half of that and are we looking there about sort of a mixed up to the session I gotta say here one of the thing which is that Fraunces out there saying that a new deal brags it was now it central scenario gonna say cable pound against the dollar which is already in the red hardly moved to is it begs the question is this heart breaks it now being baked in to sterling at the moment one dollar twenty one twenty nine of the loan to buy use of a pound euro with one dollar ten the yen on one hundred sixty and fifty eight send that's currently the position Syleena a somewhat dovish tone from the fed today even as policy makers hedge fed minute show policy makers were hoping to keep options open at the same time they indicated they could always engage in more bond buying or Q. eat if necessary and they also indicated they might be willing to overshoot their inflation target to battle weak inflation James McCormick global head of death strategy at NatWest markets says recession concerns are out there but it won't hit for awhile if you look at the data in the US it's it's been relatively strong but but listen it's it's very late cycle this is a long cycle in in history and this rising constructionism is a slippery slope so I I would say we really need to be worried about in twenty twenty but certainly not twenty nineteen charger Powell will speak at the fed symposium in Jackson Hole Wyoming on Friday in my present job has been telling reporters today where he plans to stick with his a trade war with China I am somebody had to do it so.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820
"There's a new black coffee black coffee vending masculine can yeah it goes with you real milk I'm just enough off that all morning it's good did masculine dot com is a new a new idea every day or homo candle guide dot com okay thanks to our our latest right wing hater yeah I got a hold a candle guy yeah all right speaking of love don't be haters the candle hate is all crystal says I step five weeks of driving my daughter from Pasadena to our high school most felis has allowed me to fully indoctrinate her into the smart aspect world of the Stephanie Miller show to not return to work and she were couple well we know what to put on your car pulled don't wait okay soon I returned were okay but every evening we will catch you on free speech TV keep up the resistance on the left we love you Christa and we're not a from Pasadena only another little breeze stop Steph toddler from in deep deep deep deep okay what happened the hi Stephanie Miller okay all right that's in the other one all okay all you want in on what I while you guys know my show better than me I have a mind okay so debate night out Charlie Pierce will report to a life from my Detroit in just a little bit so I here's the thing okay it is very early I love this week next waited tomorrow dimming today do experiments watch the democratic debate watch it raw without any commentary right pause when it's over think about your gut reactions don't let the spin drive your perception media's job is to bring us the event not to tell us how we should feel about it right look at them eight every story line was wrong about impeachments dead the molar thing was a done is Jerry Nadler said last night they accomplished exactly what they meant to accomplish with the Mahler thing forget about Chuck Todd what he thinks of the optics and this and that right I mean I think it's I think that whatever the I even hate quoting polls because they kind of all over the place I mean Joe Biden obviously is clearly the FARC front runner but now it's like Warren has gone into second place and Harris is in third where's that was different in a in a couple of times I didn't if he blows it like you did the last one his numbers are going to keep going downtown and I think people are scared and I get it yeah you think that the Joe Biden's the the sure that and I I did but you know what I just don't know what to say save that we're in such a unbelievable place in this country right now I I I I don't know what we need to get the people they don't blow no matter who you vote yes exactly Karen in Chicago hello Karen good morning I am really glad that Moscow Mrs turning because I really think that would be a turtle yeah right like I can tell you I I I I know one being happy clapping I really think gaming graph can be him and I and so does Nate silver and I think I Susan Collins is going to go down as well I do too and you know I had a trump supporter accused me of not being able to get over let go of our twenty sixteen to get over Hillary losing that anyone and to talk about how he is and you know so I think people seem to have forgotten that Hillary was investigated for years and by the way you know who was a ground zero lot Hillary Clinton biting yes response yeah and she was and I think we need to remind people story Clinton set for eleven hours under okay answer answer questions yeah okay zero hours have been spent by Donald Trump yeah refused to answer the subpoena to sit down with Robert Muller so I you know we have to I don't know I mean I don't know how much he's winning we get you with these people but we do have to try and point out I think I think there's thirty percent and their loss was soon bye bye a lot as the by if you're if you don't think the I mean it's your you got your racist as this point if you're okay with with what's happening yet once of people was a bunch of pictures of Hillary Clinton it's a brown zero yes and are actual president thank you Hillary Clinton off fifty eight minutes after the hour Jody how will to live in studio Charlie Pierce coming up Stephanie Miller.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"One in the Senate it was the biggest swing of the night it was the fifth consecutive game in which Mr Owings went deep including all three in the series here in Durham and the pasas sweep the bulls ultimately that was the difference three to one was the final score back to wrap it up here at the D. Bappi if it sounds quiet we've had to close up shop they've got fireworks already being shot off well we had a capacity crowd in fact standing room only over ten thousand watched it on a gorgeous night the wind goes to Kyle hard just two hits and one run in six innings heart improves to six and four meanwhile Anthony Banda relieving with Brendan make K. takes the loss he is and one he's the one who gave up the home run the extra ever Kelly went for Al Scott all four batters he faced in here is his seventh save of the year took two hours and fifty eight minutes to play it in front of that ten thousand two hundred and fourteen standing room only crowd pasas have won four in a row including the first three out of this long road trip now it's off to Charlotte then we will see the pasas tomorrow night trying to beat the nights they took a series from them just last weekend at McCoy two out of three and Ryan Weber gets the ball in his return from the big leagues first time we'll see Weber with that second in a couple of weeks J. Burnham joins us is well we're on the air tomorrow night at six thirty five seven oh five first bits I think technically actually the because of a are you a sponsorship Charlotte as seven oh four first pitch so don't miss it don't get there a minute late you might miss the first pitch it's the nights and the pasas for the second consecutive weekends you said earlier Mike it's a very hitter friendly park the pasas during this four game winning streak they've now hit nine homers we'll try to keep that going when they get over to be BNC yeah could be fun the ball could be flying you might have a chance to hear about what a really good white Sox shortstop soon as well a guy who probably would have been an all star had he not got injured in sand Anderson so we'll see if the pasas can keep it rolling this was the best series of the year that they put together they were outstanding we'll see if they can continue it would like to thank Jack Shanahan our producer doing a great job back in the studio for Mike Monaco just hours signing off again the final score protected three in Durham one boss socks get their first three game sweep of the year until tomorrow night in Charlotte we say so long and thanks for listening on the pasas radio network.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Be a special about the moon landing it's all going to be praise praise praise enhanced footage okay everything's enhanced because they they would have thought I'm sure that the the original documentation would be worth it so they have to enhance it so you'll enjoy it quite frankly after about three shots to the moon you know people are already one you see Lucille Ball again that's how that's how it went over in the beginning and that's what's sad is that if if this was such a big deal the American people certainly were like going to our school for one shot and you know what we can do it again do it again okay by that time it was getting old reading chair but see here's the thing about the the moon shot in about the Kubrick argument we've been talking with that Jay Weidner about that Kubrick and maybe you know he had a hand in making the document or creating this whole P. R. stunt we know as the moon landing maybe the science was going on while you know hired hands were down on on the planet basically acting it out and the assets are seriously doing things on the moon while the the the good stuff the the lights camera action is being done in the studio to record setting it up now Kubrick hired spacecraft consultants Fred Ordway and Harry Lange who assisted some of the major contractors the aerospace industry and NASA with developing advanced space vehicle concepts and they were technical advisers on the film two thousand one a space Odyssey now or what was able to convince dozens of aerospace giants such as IBM Honeywell Boeing General Dynamics Drummond bell telephone General Electric baby Adam all convinced that it would be good for them to participate in the production of two thousand one a space Odyssey and it would generate good publicity for them and many companies provided copious amounts of documentation and hardware gave them prototypes free of charge in return for product placements in the completed film that they believe that the film would serve as a big screen advertisement for space technology and we're more than willing to help out Cooper's true in any way possible there was an interview that I read a long time ago concerning the remastering of the movie two thousand one a space Odyssey and that senior NASA Apollo administrator George baller an astronaut Deke Slayton nickname two thousand ones bore ham would England production facilities as nasty east why because they saw the hardware the documentation lying around the studio and they thought wow you hope it this looks like NASA doubt it with this insinuated perhaps the special effect models and all the stuff that we had were on the nasty sets well that's a valid question even today most audiences and critics still fine two thousand once props and spaceships more convincing than those in many more recent science fiction movies and one of those remarkable things I recall is that big companies paid for the sets one set of course was discovery now for those we don't know about the movie discovery was a thirty ton rotating Ferris wheel it was built by Vickers Armstrong engineering group Vickers Armstrong engineering a was a British aircraft company that shelled out seven and fifty thousand dollars for this in fact it rotated three miles per hour it was big enough to create a lasting impression on everyone and I guess you know if we can believe the we land on the moon in nineteen sixty nine we also allowed the possibility that could been faked or that maybe some some like Kubrick was in charge of making it happen J. whitened with us tonight on grounds are so glad to have on the program because of course he's a writer director as well and he's well known for the documentary series on the work of Stanley Kubrick Kubrick's Odyssey and be on the internet so many things that you said you had they have a list of all those companies that were involved with two thousand one a space Odyssey but you know in your writing and and what you've produced in the past I remember this and you have the floor the first time you're give me all this information about how brick couldn't tell the world that he was involved the moon landing but he could throw hints and clues and all of his movies in one movie you site in particular is the movie the shining can you give us a little bit of background on on just what Kubrick did in that film to give people an indication that maybe he was involved with or something having something to do with NASA and the moon landing well yeah I actually if you're going to find anything close to a confession by Stanley Kubrick would have to be the shining releases virgin and so my contention is that every time that Q. break very soon his script away from a Stephen King novel he's telling you about his confession about doing the moon acting and and and this is replete throughout the film and it's not just one or two times when he took changes though the narrative yes every job and every thing that each every time that he changes the narrative from the novel you find more and more clues pointing towards is involved and of course the most famous is at one hour into the film first our look feel stays fairly close to the novel not really a few things have changed hi makes you overlook into a place for the elite stay were Stephen King out it was a place for the mob stayed on he has a dialogue build on their burial ground of native Americans which I don't believe is in the ceiling gang novel about one hour exactly fifty eight minutes there's a famous scene where Danny is playing with his trucks on the auto strange looking carpet and a ball rolls and for no where and then Danny stands up and yells the Apollo eleven sweater on the rocket taking off and of course I'm going to show that the strange pattern in the carpeting is actually very reminiscent of the patterns that are at launch pad thirty nine a it which is where Apollo eleven took off and job we can and then we can see that Danny then goes to room two thirty seven which is a change in the novel is to seventeen but in the movies two thirty seven and that's in my view because at the time of making two thousand one the mean gestiones you trim the earth and the moon was thought to be two hundred thirty seven thousand miles Mr Dante is literally traversing the ATA straight virtual space to get to room two thirty seven where you know each year is is what experiences and John this course also goes in with the fact that Jack Nicholson who's playing a character named Jack is working on a book and he doesn't want Wendy his wife to really see the block when she enters the room well he's riding he tears the page out of the typewriter because apparently doesn't want to read what he's writing and mysteriously enough that Paige reappears instantly after she leaves even though I didn't turn yeah and we and then of course the famous scene which is not in the novel which is where Wendy and jurors into Jack's study even though he's told her to never come in here and she got she speaks and to read the novel that he's been riding and she discovers of course is just one sentence written over and over all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy and I can Jenna and of course as far as the type writer the Jack is working on the letters et al all in all actually looking like a one why yes hello I would work and no play makes Standley adult black I really the shining is the closest R. Y. a graphical work of all of works and of course Jack Nicholson discovers that Wendy has found the book that he's faking riding against exactly what this plot is about he is in his little room there he's denied her presence in and he's faking the writing of a novel that's clear it's not in the Stephen King novel and then when he says we have to leave this place and then he'd Jack says do you have any idea what a contract it is do you have any idea what an agreement is with my employer do you know what they would do to me a firing nagged on this contract which is a very interesting conversation not in the book then again I really love this is cure her telling us that his wife actually found out he was working on a secret project and that she wanted him to get out of it and he's a kind of level or with a reality in center no way I've you know this is going to cost me my life if I don't come go through as a and I think you know it's it's really the story of the strain and stress that was put on their relationship and I've heard from people and know them that their relationship really never recovered after that that she kind of never trust is generally as much as she did before because she wouldn't tell her about the moon project but of course we understand why he would dollar because it would cost her her life and the judges anyway it also see I never understood when I watch the shining why that little Danny wore a sweater that said Apollo one is a it's almost like this rudimentary knitted sweater but says Apollo it's almost like it was a force to be on there where the Apollo sure you got aware that any does it if you go back and you look at the you look at the the the video the fell made it it's true and another thing too I read somewhere that Stephen King hated the shining he hated Kubrick's version of the shining because it didn't it went completely off the rails with regard to the sticking with the book and and of course he added some other things to these understand the twins for example he added and the and the some people say well what do you know what is the zodiac sign for the twins.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Again that's how that's how it went over in the beginning and that's what's sad is that if if this was such a big deal the American people certainly were like going to our school for one shot and you know what we can do it again do it again okay by that time it was getting old getting care see here's the thing about the the moon shot in about the Kubrick argument we've been talking with that Jay Weidner about that Kubrick and maybe you know he had a hand in making the document or creating this whole T. R. stone we know as the moon landing maybe the science was going on while you know hired hands were down on on the planet basically acting it out and the assets are seriously doing things on the moon well the the the good stuff that the lights camera action is being done in the studio to record setting up now Kubrick hired spacecraft consultants Fred Ordway and Harry Lange who it assisted some of the major contractors the aerospace industry and NASA with developing advanced space vehicle concepts and they were technical advisers on the film two thousand one a space Odyssey now or what was able to convince dozens of aerospace giants such as IBM Honeywell Boeing General Dynamics Drummond bell telephone General Electric baby Adam all convinced that it would be good for them to participate in the production of two thousand one a space Odyssey and it would generate good publicity for them and many companies provided copious amounts of documentation and hardware even prototypes free of charge in return for product placements in the completed film that they believe that the film would serve as a big screen advertisement for space technology and we're more than willing to help out Cooper's true in any way possible there was an interview that I read a long time ago concerning the remastering of the movie two thousand one a space Odyssey and that senior NASA Apollo administrator George baller an astronaut Deke Slayton nickname two thousand ones bore ham would England production facilities as nasty east why because they saw the hardware the documentation lying around the studio and they thought wow you know it is this looks like NASA out with this insinuated perhaps the special effect models and all the stuff that we had worked on the NASA sets well that's a valid question even today most audiences and critics still find two thousand once props and space ships were convincing than those in many more recent science fiction movies and one of the most remarkable things I recall is that big companies paid for the sats one set of course was discovery now for those we don't know about the movie discovery was a thirty ton rotating Ferris wheel it was built by Vickers Armstrong engineering group Vickers Armstrong engineering a was a British aircraft company that shelled out seven and fifty thousand dollars for this in fact it rotated three miles per hour it was big enough to create a lasting impression on everyone and I guess you know if we can believe the we land on the moon in nineteen sixty nine we also allowed the possibility that could been faked or that maybe some some like Kubrick was in charge of making it happen Jay white now with this site on ground zero so glad to have on the program because of course he's a writer director as well and he's well known for the documentary series on the work of Stanley Kubrick Kubrick's Odyssey and be on the internet so many things that you said you had they have a list of all those companies that were involved with two thousand one a space Odyssey but you know in your writing and and what you've produced in the past I remember this you have the floor the first time you're giving me all this information about how to brick couldn't tell the world that he was involved the moon landing but he could throw hints and clues and all of his movies in one movie you site in particular is the movie the shining can you give us a little bit of background on on just what Kubrick did in that film to give people an indication of maybe he was involved with or something having something to do with NASA and the moon landing well yeah I actually if you're going to find anything close to a confession by Stanley Kubrick it would have to be the shining brightly says virgin and so my contention is that every time that cute break very she has scrapped away from a Stephen King novel he's telling you about his confession about doing that and and and this is replete throughout the trial and it's not just one or two times when he changes all the narrative yes every job and every thing that he should every time that it changes the narrative from the novel you find more and more clues pointing towards his own well and of course the most famous is at one hour into the film first our look phone stays fairly close to the novel not really a few things to change I makes you overlook into a place for the elite staying where Stephen King other supplies from the mob state he has a all built on their burial ground of native Americans which I believe is in the same gang novel about one hour exactly fifty eight minutes there's a famous saying were Danny is playing with his trucks on the on a strange looking carpet and a ball rolls and from nowhere and then Danny stands up and yells the Apollo eleven sweater on the rocket taking off and of course I am willing to show that the strange pattern in the carpeting is actually very reminiscent of the patterns that are at launch pad thirty nine a it wishes were Apollo eleven took off and John we can and then we can see that Danny then goes to room two thirty seven which is not changed in dollars to seventeen but in the movies two thirty seven and that's a lot of you because at the time of making two thousand one the main testing to turn the earth the moon or start to get a two hundred thirty seven thousand miles Mr Dan is literally traversing the asked a virtual space to get to room two thirty seven where thanks for uses what experiences and this requires also goes in with the fact that Jack Nicholson was playing a character named Jack is working on a book and he doesn't want Wendy his life to really save the block when she enters the room well he's writing he chairs the page out of the typewriter because apparently doesn't want to read what he's writing and mysteriously an op ed page reappears instantly after she leaves him alone and turn them and we and then of course the famous saying which is not in the novel which is where Wednesday and jurors Dan to Jack's study blowing stronger can never come in here and she got she should make sure to read the novel that he's been riding and she discovers of cars it's just one sentence written over and over while working no play makes Jack a dull boy and I can Jen and colors it was the top of the charts writer that Jack is working on the letters A. L. all in all actually looking like a one one or the other yes hello I would work and no play makes Standley adult Berlei I really the shining is the closest alright graphical work a lot of works first Jack Nicholson discovers that Wendy has found a book that he's faking riding Dodge suggest with this plot is about he is in his little room that is denied her presence yeah and and he's faking the writing of a novel that's clear is not in the Stephen King novel and then when he says we have to leave this place a man named Jack says do you have any idea what a contractor is do you have any idea what agreement is with my employer do you know what they would do you could be here by Renee don this contract which is a very interesting conversation not in then again I really love this is cure you're telling us that his wife actually found out that he was working on a secret project and that she wanted him to get out of it and he's a kind of level with reality inside your no way I you know this is going to college for my life if I don't I'm going through is there and I think you know it it's it's really the story of the strain and stress that was put on their relationship and I've heard from people and know them that their relationship really never recovered after that that she kind of never trust is generally as much as she did before because she wouldn't tell about the moon project but of course we understand why he would Gellar because it would cost her her life and that's a simulated also yeah I never understood when I watch the shining why that little Danny wore a sweater that said Apollo one is it it's almost like this rudimentary knitted sweater it says Apollo it's almost like it was a force to be on there where the Apollo sure you got aware that any does and if you go back and you look at the you look at the the the video the fell made it it's true and another thing too I read somewhere that Stephen King hated the shining he hated Kubrick's version of the shining because it didn't it went completely off the rails with regard to sticking with the book and and of course he added some other things to the United stand the twins for example he added and the and the some people say well what do you know what is the zodiac sign for the twins.
Film Critics Have Mixed Reviews Of "The Lion King"
"To this and the R. says the new line king remake is more like creative dead and then circle of life the rear says we're debating the lying king in twenty nineteen why and then deadlines as The Lion King feels like the love tonight previews shows ringing up twenty two million to twenty five million us it's interesting is this whole story of The Lion King Jon Favreau is the director of this one the budget was two hundred and fifty million dollars the music was harms America who put it together and we'll see where who's a little village a lot of a lot of people are trashing and other people are saying it's not that bad is because once again do you know the whole remake thing how many times you do it so Seth Rogan isn't it Veon say isn't it Donald Glover and some other names I think that you would probably recognize as well and we'll see how it does its P. G. from adventure one hour fifty eight minutes if you have kids the probably the lying king doesn't matter they'll go and see that and they'll probably love it
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of thing definitely talk to three in my career what was so are you watching Federer's wife they kept panel I like he blew it he had it he he brought them in the force that he totally had it in and the thing about talk of it he never makes mistakes I mean the loop clearly lost all of his energy in the second set yeah but he never makes mistakes it's it's never because in the machine but he's never ever over the net it's like a robot he's a robot yeah just never yes it is Federer was a making too many misses and then you Djokovic west making messes I mean it was cases like they've never had a tie break before either that night I don't know not on this site not that is why this was so much more fun to watch them like last year's big line games with those the American guys that we do is hit a says yeah so there's no fee that volleying in the rallies were in class the end if you even know how much energy that takes I mean now that's a crazy but now Serena did lose I feel good about it the minute she got out there and I was like this is the man she's not moving fifty eight minutes it was I thought I thought she was getting kicked callebs but but help winning was so sweet because she just wanted to meet the royalty and so when she wins they teller now do you know that your name will always be here yes I'm so excited and you know that you get to go to that the sit in the world's box for ever really wonderful and like and she was just so delighted in charmed and it was a great sport and you know Serena I think the thing about it all is that the absolute physicality of this sport for Roger Federer at thirty seven still be delayed thirty eight and just be that fat and Serena to be back that should set ideas a lady was moving like a nimble she was a million job I like to run that's why I've never been good on this land grab us really because she likes to run back and forth well as Megan and and Kate seem to be enjoying the matching and Duchess Kate and and Duchess Megan's seem to be they were right next to each other and pepper was on the end yeah anyway I yeah it was okay so couple things that happened so does the labs Charlize woody Harrelson Hiddleston Cumberbatch Hugh grant Jeff Basil's Sanchez Amazon B. bone I just see that she's had some truly bad face looks like the joker Hey he Lauren Sanchez Jeff Bezos must not be able to see out of that one one key I will both have a guy I know it people but they both have a white kia he really is the one key I and I think he did it he does it plastic surgery is tragic it's bad okay let me go to something else before we get into that kiss anime can I'll never saw at all okay so at the very end Duchess Catherine went down and she was the one that was going to congratulate the players but only the gentleman's final do notice not does he's finally yeah yeah there is there some Duke of come so she goes down as a Roger comes forth first and she is touching his shoulder I wrote it down not once but twice like Roger I'm so sorry already tearing his they she looked tense and then and then Djokovic comes up and he's the winner and she just shakes his hand very polished and hands I didn't catch him I was shocked to much he touched Roger Federer the English are very fond of it I he didn't win any of the tie breaks hello did the his wife and then they showed the four kids in the one little kid covering his ears it was allowed Eric Carle well I think it was a combination of he was bomb for Daddy and he didn't want to hear the applause for anything it is older sister kept trying to get in his ear and say something and that made me laugh so high is so cute it was really isn't it was it was fun but yeah hi Jeff Bezos and Sanchez I got a look up a picture of all right do you see that bad I saw it yep it's like you can't tell if she's eighty or she she's forty nine but she looks like a lot of Beverly hills people who now that she's get AB you know she's got with Jeff Basil's maybe she'll get some corrections but you know even minor surgery has a very Paul let Julia it's more than that I got ice Thursday what do you think it at the pool it's a whole now did you see the little video of woody Harrelson money left to fight in the security guard would not let him.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"What a come from behind, and you go to your go-to guy to get it. Now. Three three three three three three three myth mystery mystery three. That's what you watch it. Sometimes you forget it because you're hypnotized into the three era Steph for three clay for three hardened for three kyri for three. How many times you watch? Lebron game will attack the front of the rim. And then kick it out three. And you're like, wait a second LeBron's like three feet from the rim. Why is he passing it to some guy in the corner? Who's gonna miss the three because they believe they could make it and tonight there was some really sloppy play. I had my wife DVR the gang because you know, DVR the game and it goes into four overtimes. You're not gonna have the second third overtime. So I told my wife put the extension on and I'm hosting the show here in Vegas. I'm gonna go home either tonight or tomorrow, and I'm going to watch the overtime again with a pad and a pen and write down all the chances that Denver had to win that game and put it away and do it the right way. And they didn't they just shot threes. Same thing with Portland shoot three's. Lillard didn't have a great night. Damian Lillard did not have a great night from three, but he kept shooting threes because he believes he's gonna make them. And at times, they're nowhere near the best shot out there Damian Lillard fifty eight minutes ten of twenty four to of nine two of nine from three..
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"As far as I can tell the entire campaign was pretty much made in their campaign editor you can make cut scenes, you can make story beats and dialogue. You can make whole maps of side quests in Maine missions that Lincoln to each other. We're talking about how it clearly started with them. Like, hey, let's have like a really really robust level editor someone said. Well, what if you could, you know, stitch those together into a campaign, and then like the natural progression of that is like we're clearly we need to let people write their own dialogue and scenes by placing these interstitial moments between the levels. And and the end result is like one of the most robust and sort of complex and fully featured campaign editors outside of like an actual RPG maker tool. Yes, like ever hit like a consumer level video game, and they're gonna have mod support on PC. It's not coming at launch as far as I know. But they're going to add it in like steam workshop stuff a month or two later. I think how quickly until advantage because it adventures is gonna be in the group. Pretty young campaign yet. I haven't been my own campaign, but it's definitely fun to make levels on the train. Just kinda like toy around with stuff. Feel like there's a good community base area. I mean, it's not want up that you can kind of go finding levels of finding levels. So there's there's a browser where you can scroll through everything. And then there's also a featured tab, and I don't know how you get on the feature tab. Yeah. I think it's developer curated is this like a thumbs up or star. Like, you know, you there's a user signal people to say that they like light something. But yeah, I mean with the game not out yet. Like, I was browsing user made levels. So we'll have to see how that evolves. It's also got just a really charming pixel, art style Cumulus lavishly animated. So you tweet about the battle pups. I noticed that also as a great one of the units battle pumps, you can send a pack of dogs into battle. But win they're like attacked. They don't die. They just run away. It's very cute kit. There's a there's a whole commander whose name Caesar who's a dog and armor. He's not like a magic dog or anything dog. Just just a dog soldiers. Will how dare you the soldiers take orders from the dog? Yeah. It's great. I really like it too. I'm enjoying it. It's one one criticism. I think that I've heard is that the battles continue to be really long. And there's no like mid battle safeway's to in the campaign. Yeah. And the distinction I had to make actually had to go back and clarify this in my review. You can quit a fight. And then come back, and it will be where you left off. But you can't like save and then load, and I think that's the stop skate saves coming. You know, where you're just like save you try a thing and lose and reload to say that there's no mid mission saves doesn't mean that you have to see it through to the end you can walk away at any time and pick it back up. Right. You lose fifty eight minutes into successors. Asian yet over this out check. Yeah. Gotcha. Yeah. And I I'm in act three right now and already a couple of the ballots have been like ninety minutes long. So yeah, they're they're long. And there's a lot of other little things with this game..
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"If it wasn't that. What did I? Why guest twelve minutes? And then you guys were wa wa stupid answer. I don't know who gets the fifty eight minutes guys need a horse at all. Well, he loved the the Torrey Pines. So you got to go back and get them true. But don't worry you get back next commercial break. I actually don't think that to go back to my Twitter point, which I have a ton more to say on. But a of goofing off today 'cause you wanna know why you guys weren't very funny yesterday. Just going to throw it out there. Not a lot of a lot of Huber and yesterday show. Wow. How do you want us to do the deal jokes around the pro life pro? Give you a little challenge. So I'll give you some more red meat today. You guys can be fired up about. Dumb stories like this. I think the kitchen cabinet knob is actually a pretty good analogy for Twitter. And that's my position on Twitter. So I'm not saying the knob on your cabinet door in the kitchen is evil or you need to get rid of it. It has its place, but it it serves a singular purpose in your life. And this is the only Twitter 'cause you may be listening to think said, I don't use Twitter probably true for Facebook to. Facebook Twitter, all the online social media's. Right. So social media is and should be looked at the same. As you look at the knob on your kitchen cabinet door. You don't think about it? But you don't think about it? Certainly don't obsess over it. And from time to time you use it your kitchen cabinet door for a very specific purpose in this case opening the door. That's it. And then you're done using it. You don't use it for other things you don't try to type with your cabinet knob. You don't cook? With it. You don't drink from it. You would never dream of doing that you fully understand the cabinet knobs proper role like what you should use it for you, understand its limitations. What you shouldn't use it for. And then that's just what you do. But with all the social media's we try to do way way way way too much with them. And it's not a good idea. We worship them. I said it because look how much time people spend on especially our kids. I'll end our Twitter thing for now with with this. This is Matt Lauer bash two thousand thirteen to thirteen article so Twitter was still kind of growing. I'm just going to read a couple of lines. And he says if you haven't gathered by now, I'm not a Twitter fan. In fact, outright despise it. He goes on of hated it reflexively since its beginning. But with times passage and deliberation, I've come to hate it with deeper.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"News I've dreamed of this since I was a little girl. I've always wanted to work in the opera, and I actually will be working in a opera in Louisiana Baton Rouge opera. And so I'm really excited. It's been my dream to work in the NFL opera. I still that's on my bucket list. All right. Well, let us know when you get back then I will have a safe trip. Trouble. And. Once again MARTA Flamingo dot com for all the information on the academy and her performances scheduling all that, correct. Yes. Visit the website, and I hope to see everyone out this Saturday one to four the new studio. All right. We'll be back after the news. We'll talk with George Ellen Burnett. We'll talk about the Forty-six anniversary of Roe v. Wade events around that is coming up on fifty eight minutes after one o'clock when it get in touch with me be on the show. Email me Richard is Santa Fe. Through the generous support of individuals like you.
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Then they realize oh, maybe we should spread this defense out. Yeah. It was too little too late to adjust. And I can't believe it took that long to adjust. Also, it took him an extremely long time. And after the first quarter they should adjust not the fourth like there was a lot to work on. It was crazy. And that's just ridiculous. How much this team needed to like you'll only have an hour. I would say to adapt and they adapted with fifty in the first in the next fifty eight minutes. You know, what I mean, it is it was too little too late in Kartteli too. Little too late. Absolutely. Absolutely. And anything else about this game? We should mention lake. I mean, I know the ravens holes came back and won this game. But will we said like too little too late? Oh, I think the chiefs or excuse me. The chargers will have a have a lot on their plate this weekend. But they did get the win deserved the win. And now they'll get to see either for real I do have to say if it ten time to play the patriots in Foxborough this probably the best time to win. Pete them. Yes. Maybe this might be the week your weakest week one of the weakest teams patriots. Pat. Maybe I'm skeptical still I'm skeptical because but you can see why people think that I think this is the most. Unattractive style that we've seen from the patriots in their run. I'm not going to say is the worst we've seen but I saw them at a bar. You wouldn't pick up on them? The patriots have just been winning football games. They haven't been putting up huge numbers like the cheese or the Rams are the saints. They just grind him out. And I, but I think they're comfortable with that. Like, that's the thing. Like, I I know what you're saying. I know what you're saying. You're not playing like the patriots are not going to blow out the churches on on this week. Oh, no, they're not. But I don't know if that means that the chargers will actually have a better chance of winning this game. I I'm skeptical because I could see them cruising, and then just kind of bearing the chargers in this game. You know, it won't be a huge scoring game. Or it's getting it's going to be rough. It's gonna be a brutal. It'd be down dry Mao brawls home. They say the temperatures going to be in the twenties. It looks like the forecast as of today that can change obviously. And but still, but I think we need to move onto the the main course last night as what I'm calling that game. The the main course the defending Super Bowl champions. This is the most most fun. I've had watching a game that was this low low-scoring finning Super Bowl champions on their quest on their heroic quest to win their second title in a row, you know, they were dead three weeks ago there now back they make the playoffs. They got they got a they got a eagle lifeline. Basically, they got a transplant feel they got a little bit of a I feel like they were a little bit fortunate because they got to play a bears team. Now, the bears are good team. But young quarterback. I feel like the eagles that was kind of a good matchup for them an ugly football game. I felt like they'd feel comfortable in that. In man, they pull off. Okay, they pull it off. They pull it off. Or do you just get lucky of abyss vocal both? They win though. Okay. We have today where it could you have to say this eagles eagles offense. So I mean, I'm sure the people out there listening. No. But the bears missed a field goal to end the game to lose the eagles move on..
"fifty eight minutes" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast
"And she said, yeah, he is who he is. And sometimes it doesn't play. Well, but you know, for me, I like the guy that is. What what what non-sales experts due to follow the that? You've revere that you would breath. So you would love to have on the podcast or preps already have. But what are the who are some of the non-sales experts out there that you think are worth worth listening to I was gonna say Jeff shore. But you're a sales experts that strength scratch who I had on my leg. Serious. It's going to sound a little cliche. But it just is Gary v Gary van Chuck, I'm just a huge fan of how he rolls his business more than anything. I love the fact that he has a company and actual company a nine figure revenue company that does business with big businesses. That's his deal while he's doing this kind of independent brand promoting where I feel like a lot of internet marketing people just go quite close loop. You know, they teach you market internet marketers where Gary v's has got a real free-standing company with growth plan, and I just love how he rolls and love his approach to things. And I also think he is who he is same deal. I'll have to go back and listen to your Seth interview. I never heard I didn't hear that. But I really like Seth Godin. I heard him interviewed Tim Ferriss had him on the other day. And he's got a brand new book out on marketing. And I've always I've always felt like he looks at the world at a level slightly beneath everybody else or above you know, he he carves out a layer. That's just little bit below and beyond where we think, and that's really inspiring. I think everybody ought to read and listen to south. So that would be mine. Yeah. Yeah. What do you think? People get wrong about selling today. When when you when you look at let's face it. The continuum of presentation levels from horrific to stellar what drives you little nuts. When you see the it can place in a sales presentation. Oh, I. With all of the bail the available coaching training the modernisation of sales. It drives me crazy when I see people still load their entire future behind a fifty eight slide PowerPoint slide deck and do a demo for someone on a phone call that's sixty minute meeting, and they talk for fifty eight minutes, and I see them all the time, especially in tech companies and SAS companies they're so product and marketing driven that the product and marketing own the slide deck, and they just load it loaded with platitudes and data and things and there's just no interaction, and I'm just going where you know..
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"To the mayor now surge pricing only happens during peak times you're talking about rush hour weekend evenings big events that kind of thing and then the fares go back down when there are more uber and lift drivers on the road taxi companies argue though if uber and lift rides are cheaper and better than why do they need to use the surge pricing and to rock climbers have set a new speed record sending el capitan in yosemite national park at shaving the feet in just under two hours documentary photographer austin a seattle says alex honolulu and tommy caldwell scale the three thousand foot sheer granite wall early wednesday in one hour fifty eight minutes and seven seconds that's about the equivalent of a four minute mile here folks the time on the technical climbing route as consistently dropped since the peak was first climbed sixty years ago by warren harding and three others that took twelve days following eighteen months of drilling bolts and other hardware to the rock of the record came just days this record came just days after another pair of el capitan climbers.