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Amzil hits jumper at buzzer, Dayton beats No. 4 Kansas 74-73
"Mustafa arms deal picked up a loose ball with three seconds left and nailed a running jumper in the lane at the buzzer giving Dayton a seventy four seventy three triumph over fourth Rankins is Deron homes a second had sixteen points and two money camara and Elijah weaver both added fourteen weaver hit a pair of three pointers and homes entered the sixteen one surge with consecutive dunks putting Dayton up fifty three fifty five minutes into the second half China buys you scored four of his twenty one points during the late six oh Ron helping can't just take a seventy three seventy advantage with just over a minute remaining I'm Dave Ferrie
Building a Seven-Figure Real Estate Business Using Other People's Money
"Something to share that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with yes. What's up fire nation. So when it comes to real estate and entrepreneurship people think that you always have to work hard to accomplish your goals and your dreams. The reality is you gotta work smart. You gotta be able to delegate and and make sure that you are sharpening the saw and just be very efficient with your with your habits. Yeah what was that. Abraham lincoln quote that if he had an hour to cut down a tree he's been the i fifty five minutes sharpening the blade so thick above that fire nation. You're going through your process ends. As i mentioned in the introduction we have both kierra in khalil on the mike today. We're gonna be talking all about building a seven figure real estate business using other people's money so before you turned thirty you had a seven figure business. You owned an entire city block and baltimore. I mean how the heck does this even happen. I barely have my driver's license at thirty. Yeah i mean it was really when we were about a year out of college. We really trying to figure out what this whole thing was gonna look like. It was around the time period when we were talking about there not being enough funds for social security in people taking about their pensions or started. Put money in retirement funds our full-time jobs and we realized that this was not probably going to be it for us and that we really needed to figure out how to take the reins on what our future was going to look. Like and real estate became that space or we decided to get really focused and intentional about building our portfolio there for that long term flow being able to that appreciation but also be able to impact the community in the neighborhoods in which we are investing And so you know. We didn't have a trust fund. We weren't legacy you know real estate developers but really Decided to work smart and be intentional about how he's been our time to be able to build that portfolio
How To Create Blank Space In Your Life by Felicia Renee
"How degree blank space in your life by Felicia, Rene of the Felicia Rene Dot Com. Daddy of creating space for what's important in my life has been my main focus lately, I really want this to be the time where I'm super intentional about where my time is concentrated and spent. So I thought discussing how to create blank space would be the perfect way to start off. Minimal. Mondays. Blank space to me are the little moments in pockets of time that you have in use them to do what's important to you because being busy isn't always a good thing. Sometimes, you just need to take it easy and focus on resting reading or doing a hobby that you enjoy. Blank space is all about paying attention to the little moments in joys in life. How to create blank space in your life, allow yourself to take breaks. Star, prioritizing the time in your life for what you want to do I'm working on creating even more balance in my life with my day job this blog hobbies exercise and resting it takes a lot of time. But as I am prioritizing at all, it's allowing me to input breaks for myself. I cannot stress how important breaks are for your mind body and soul is important to let yourself. And rejuvenate. Taken a few blogging breaks and breaks from all media. You need to get away and focus on what's important. You can't be everything everyone all the time because you stress yourself out and burn out how will be good for anyone. So don't push yourself too far. Instead take a break whether it's a ten minute break that your job gives you and you never take it or it's a fifteen minute walk on your lunch break without looking at your phone. Being stressed and overwhelmed is in good for anyone and I've learned that I'm the type of person that needs rest and take care of myself. So learn to take care of you too. So you can be the healthiest of yourself. Learned to say. No. You can't stretch yourself thin and be everything to everybody. So learn a stand up for yourself and say, no, if you don't want to do something because you just don't feel like it say no. I remember going through a period in my life when I was a people pleaser Al's miserable once I realized that I didn't have to continue being this way and I started saying no to things I didn't want to do and yes to the things I did a made a big difference. Myself as sounds sometimes you gotta put yourself I. I don't even think saying, no is selfish. You can't do it all. So take it from me because I learned that the hard way. Give yourself grace. Mice hard sometimes in too many times we make ourselves feel bad about everything we do is why giving myself grace has become a big aspect of my life. I'm the type of person as extremely hard on myself. I even wrote a post on letting go of control, which is still a struggle at times. We. All worked so hard and giving yourself time to Binge Watch a TV show or sleep an hour later on the weekend is okay. is taking me a while to feel like this I'd be myself up over the little things like I didn't exercise for exactly sixty minutes instead did fifty five minutes I mean who cares the point is that I actually took time out to go to the gym which if you know me a hate exercising. So just give yourself grace and be kinder to yourself. That is what is most important. Make time for your hobbies. My Love Hobbies, I didn't realize. I'm born they were to me until this summer especially since I started running this blog more like a business. So I got back into adult coloring books and creative ways to shoot images. I love photography, but I dismissed it for awhile. Now, I'm into it even more and I'm looking at investing in an even bigger DSL. Our hobbies are a great way to get out of your head and do something purely for enjoyment and start finding that blank space in your life he able to prioritize your hobbies more. Practice minimalism. I mean, need I say more? Practicing minimalism allows you time to focus on what you find valuable and like over the rest. When he simplify your life, you're able to prioritize your time in a way that is perfect for you. You can rest more on weekends and take part in hobbies you enjoy instead of doing something you don't care about. minimalism has shown me that I need to give myself grace. When I need a break is maybe look at everything differently in slowdown because sometimes less really is more.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on KOMO
"Bellevue fifty five minutes rent to develop you at thirty nine minutes in federal way to Seattle that's an hour commute our next couple traffic at seven fourteen let's get our koliko roof forecast is Christian like the C. appeared of snow across the lowlands right around the mid day the lunch hour those snow showers quickly transition over to rain throughout the afternoon at most locations along the I five corridor we'll see plain rain by the evening commute rain showers continue tonight becoming heavier and steadier on Wednesday through Thursday need to watch out for a river levels after only already seen flooding last week and now with the addition of more rain this week are for threat will increase will that landslide risk in the days to come fortunately heading into the weekend conditions to dry out especially by Sunday when the sun is likely to return to the cold weather center I'm meteorologist Kristin car we are watching evidence on the weather radar imagery this morning of some snow moving toward the Seattle area and moving in from other port Angeles Arian up parts of the north end of with the island see Dre Wally Mount Vernon Arlington getting some light snow flakes even a little bit and parts of west Seattle and up into the cascade foothills as well it's only thirty two degrees right now at sea tac airport flooding over the weekend because to wash out on highway five thirty near Darrington water ate away the westbound lane of the highway Intel repairs can be made traffic will alternate using a temporary signal in the eastbound lanes eleven kids have county they've opened several severe weather shelters because of the freezing temperatures overnight shelters are located at the gateway fellowships west wing building and pulls both port orchard United Methodist Church Silverdale United Methodist Church and at the the village green community centre in Kingston the two men wanted in last month shoot out in downtown Seattle or waiting extradition from Las Vegas back to Seattle for a long term for you will largely be decided here at the king county courthouse a prosecutor spokesperson told me they'll file charges officially.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Tape well that's the part that's the game where the AG's start getting very very yeah and that's what they say we're not selling we're sharing that we're sharing the difference al yeah and there is no sharing his number yes obviously what this is this the best because of the chief I. T. officer at the scene of university New York buffalo state college said and I quote if perspective students don't want their web browser track they shouldn't visit my school's website what what what hacked it shouldn't be online for me to say that out loud all right coming up on the Katy my can Todd show as if anyone needs any different Halloween candy and candy corns Kenny arbors gonna talk about new flavors and Halloween candy that's next gotta get a traffic report that we are lucky to have Tracy Taylor's report by two by Subaru of P. alum Tracy text message saying there's a crash on highway eighteen a warehouse and I'm certain see some light at for drivers in that direction actually both directions is gonna be short lived though because traffic volume seem to be a pretty reasonable getting out towards Auburn way the valley freeway silhouette after eighty fourth and central intense both directions of I ninety or struggling on and off the Mercer island where westbound five twenties locked up outside of over like all the way across the bridge deck bumper to bumper on south but a five from northeast through downtown both directions of ninety nine a rough as we get in and out of the tunnel that heading into two comma an earlier crash on the south and I five near highway eighteen at one point was blocking at least one a lane your travel times right now from Olympia to to come at a fifty five minutes to comment to Olympia and about sixty five traffic brought to you by Steve group thought treat yourself to see reply of stress free experience like enjoying a complimentary massage while buying a Subaru and having your vehicle service he rips off your stress three dealerships our radio real time traffic entries to Taylor going did not fully explain its new automated anti stall system to the FAA Cairo radio northwestern store stories that Natalie's chases span at least three different cities started as a call for Hanks consumer reporting on stories affecting all repairs oppose attack on the fifty one cents per right tax on over and lift right for those of you one northbound find a different way if you Cairo radio ninety seven three affect news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest are you hungry for.
A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers
"This week. I traveled to California's Mendocino county to scuba dive with local. Oh abalone fishermen Jank Lincoln's and Mike Escrow from the California Ocean Protection Council to get a firsthand look the impact that warmer waters lessee the stars and a massive increase in Purple Sia jains a having on everything from Kelp to abalone. I meet up with Mike Escrow. Who's is the marine ecosystems program manager the Ocean Protection Council Luckily for me. Mike's also a dive Mazda a former C. ground fellow and and hold a master's degree from cal State Monterey Bay in Marine protected areas might where are right now. We're here at Pebble beach on the North Coast and Sonoma's county and we're going to go out and try to see some abalone but probably gonNA see a lot of very much kelp unfortunately okay so in front of us. We have this yellow bag and it's got a lot of equipment that quite remember what I'm GonNa do is so well we got right. Here is as we have your scuba tanks so all your errors in here we got your. CD that stands for buoyancy compensation device and so that's going to help you adjust buoyancy underwater as you get a little deeper grier. GonNa add some areas. You get a little shallower. You're gonNA that Samaria out. We got regulator here which we're going to hook up to the tank so that you can breathe underwater. That's important all your rubber. All your neoprene so so that's GonNa keep you nice and toasty in that water which is probably about between fifty and fifty five degrees right now so you'll be glad you have that wetsuit in that best and it sounds like you know what you're doing which which has got because I'm glad I'm here. I hope I know what I'm doing. I've been now instructor for a few years now. So what do we do next should be putting your B. C. D. on your tank so I'm going to show you how you do that. This big strap goes around. How much do we have in this tank so this is this is a steel eighty so so you got eighty cubic feet of air in here dependent on your air consumption. That's probably anywhere between thirty five fifty five minutes air but we'll be checking in judge others air supply as we go through the coal now go ahead and turn it on you can hear it pressure as and we'll test it so most important thing second-stage's. That's purge valves. If you ever get any water you can just press that right. They'RE GONNA go ahead and take a breath. Make sure it's working compressed Air Nice. This is your alternate second-stage right here so that that's just the backup so take breath. This make sure it's working right. I love that first breath of pressure as their morning warning. This is an important piece right here. Here's your console all the data. This is all the data exactly this and piece of data right there. This is how much air you have in your tank and then he got a compass sounds. Jack's going to be doing most of our navigation today but if you want I want you can play around with the compass a little bit and help you navigate under water. We're not going down deep enough or stand down long enough to worry about kind of decompression but it's going to have so that's it. I feel good all right. I feel like I know what I'm doing now. So do we get changed now. I think it's GONNA be easiest to get changed now. Okay so we got booties. They probably go on last well. Maybe the hat goes on last-second. Say here's your suit so this is about seven or eight millimeter state is gonNA keep yeah yeah okay so go ahead and get that on once. You're all suited up. I'm going to do the same okay regret pefect before I go ensued up. I asked Jiang Lincoln's and local resident who's led the campaign to bring attention to abalone collapse and who will be leading today's dive to explain the device is now calibrating okay so I work with reef check which is a volunteer data collecting organization in California and I collect abalone Loni data for them. I measure the sizes of Abalone what I'm showing you. Here are some special calipers designed by Josh Russo who is also also a reef check diver specifically for measuring Abalone so that you can do it quickly underwater and it uses a plastic paper deeper and punches so you punch the paper on this zero location then as you measure abalone you punch and then when you're finished you can take the little piece of plastic paper out and measure all the size of the abalone is very fast very efficient and we can get up to one hundred fifty punches and one tank of air which is about half of what you need and a site to build evaluated super low tech yeah the little holes there yeah so from the histogram of size you can determine the size at maturity and you can determine the spawning potential ratio which is very important important in an abalone fishery okay so now for the moment truth. I have to actually get to freezing border. Okay this moment. I'm actually pretty nervous. I remember the last time I went scuba diving looking at the world fifty feet above my head and realizing that there was actually no way that I could make it out without at and unlike like the Caribbean and the border here murky and freezing okay now. I'm working with from the beach into the ocean. Okay I just was attempting to go down to the ocean floor but it's taking me a while to sort out the the right buoyancy level for this suit and God luckily I had gloves on because we were literally crawling along the ocean floor with our hands and the Purple Patch as far as I can see which admittedly was only about five feet but they I mean they were everywhere we stay down for about twenty minutes being moved around by very strong tidal surges and a lot of the time I talked just completely claustrophobic and directionless took a lot of effort to keep president and not give into fear it also took a while for my Easter just to the pressure which at first was just the pain was so intense and just crazy to painful bear then like magic. It disappeared getting out of the water. I'm filled with just so many emotions excitement to be exiting a very foreign weld Tara at the C. Hitch an infestation gratitude for Mike keeping me safe and the complete Adrenalin high just from being on this adventure then unfortunately we just starting to cough up some blood which I find out later was normal but at the time was just shocking okay mic that that was more of adventure than house quite intense coming in the water. Thank you for being such a good guide lead. Yeah you got it man. Absolutely as a challenging day we had limited visibility at say probably no more than five feet at any given time so pretty green down there and a lot of a lot of water movement so we were. We were blown back and forth pretty pretty good but with us fun it was. I just thought I was I mean I know I am cramp but like I just suddenly be floating floating back and I'm like Mike so when you see where we came out of the warden and you're like there's a lot of said made me feel a teeny bit. That's definitely the surgeon. I've experienced but I'm not a north coast either. I'm a I'm a Monterey diver so it gets it gets way more narrowly up here. So I mean to me is far as the I could see that were purple see the actions I mean it was he couldn't see that but as far as you could see they were everywhere yeah. There were a lot of them down. There and I think the craziest thing for me was just seeing how how how much they'd grazed. I mean they'd you know urgency grazers. They eat plants. They eat algae and they'd grazed everything down to bare rock. So's is pretty much urgency. As far as the I could see I mean I've never heard of them. Described as grazes yeah that's a technical term yeah but they're there and so the sea stars used to eat them mm-hmm and then they will wiped out. Yes exactly so so what happened is the sea stars are one of the major urging predators specially a couple of big species so sunflower stars which are picnic. Odia and giant giant spine stars which are species of highs astor. Those guys got hit really hard by sea star. Wasting disease started in twenty thirteen thirteen twenty fourteen really wipe those guys out and so without those natural predators to keep him in check. The purple urging just exploded so quickly though I mean like the timeframe Yo Tokiwa Matt is just kind of like often I think about climate changes slowly moving in like this has happened quick. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty much instantaneous. Ania on a on an ecological scale which is really
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"fifty five minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Some drive yet times he only promised Lin to give wood half of to it away Seattle is fifty five minutes Seattle to average and then I is seventy let her eight together minutes if and you price Redmond those leather to pants Seattle he wears is fifty the sinks four I mean minutes those are pretty pricey traffic I have today not is seen brought him in to leather you by the pants emerald you queen keep casino saying stuff like that see so this American is Todd's country impression rock legends now that legends post the nitty gritty marriage dirt band right live I for solder one night only wear leather August pants third only at the emerald queen casino the entertainment I usually capital that's of that's the northwest we should because I the Miley divorce Katie I stop with Kyra doing radio that real I saw time a traffic picture sour I saw a picture Katie my can Todd shells did brought there's this to you by inspire divorce medical is destroying systems the finances following of Americans over in fifty turmoil and last year Jeff Bezos seven thirty that's a seven totally different yeah so people are world getting divorced over this the age is Carolyn of fifty asorio what why what the uncertain are future you not a sad of the seven sound thirty in seven your voice MAX I can means tell that for the men you and know the thing women about lawyers who built the so planes now you gonna in Renton go there again running on no the Max it is a sad has sound taken I a I tremendous think look toll I honestly I sat I think down that one ninety on one nine with percent the mayor of cases of Renton divorces to get are answers very sad says rental have a plan and I think I think the market that they will well have a if plan they involve be kids exclusive they're extremely reporting sad and and Hyrule they don't need to get radio results but ninety at the seven age of fifty three why FM wanted to stick news it out you're and gonna talk die in powered a few by years the of Pacific course is north not sad it's the actions knock that some led projects to the divorce off your that to are so do list I think it is sad without thing to see having America to before do them yourself right but I mean every you also day over have to a thousand acknowledge homeowners that many of those turn marriages to the home were sat depot prior at home services and sometimes to help imprinting install doors kids with water a lousy treatment relationship systems means cabinet that they're makeovers going to duplicate allows nearly relationship any home improvement when they have a project relationship the protocols yeah no last there services is that that argument go to from be made to do I to do done consider it sad the license though but local coming pros up you can outsource is not that the home depot well we could have more it saving today more doing you know the for debate license information are see coming homedepot off dot this com is gonna slash be interesting license numbers Patty Ramal she's a corner last of pedal anywhere she's your cell brought phone connected the rage to names your what tablet candy your tablets super connected red to your laptop your laptop connected to your wifi when we get these are in the digital world is so connected these days it just takes one weak link for criminals to get in good thing LifeLock identity theft protection includes the power of Norton security to watch out for threats in today's connected world.
AOC says some marginalized communities "have no choice but to riot"
"Alexander because you're Cortez has now said what may be the craziest thing ever she went on the Ebro in the morning show on hot ninety seven in New York City did a fifty five minute interview said in the interview that marginalized communities have no choice but to riot once you have a group that is marginalized once someone doesn't have access to clean water they have no choice but to riot remarks came during a discussion of the Israeli Palestinian conflict but she was talking about marginalized groups more generally I'm not even talking about Palestinians I'm talking about communities in poverty in the United States and in Latin America I'm talking about all over the world social destabilization is what happens when people do not have a plan or feel like there's no vision for the future so so if you are poor you have an obligation to riot two killed two murder to maim and to burn buildings down just FYI that's a sees official position as a congresswoman please somebody get her on the debate stage we need more of
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Every time you listen news radio twelve hundred WOAI headlines traffic and weather together seven forty will check in with Antonio first news national correspondent bills ever get the latest on the ice ray when will they start what cities are effective water what were the results be what's gonna be the responses got all those questions answered over the weekend Rangers and Astros split aid four game series each winning two games Astros or at the end of our Los Angeles angels of Anaheim tonight the Rangers have the Diamondbacks coming into town tomorrow Tony Romo completed a wire to wire victories yesterday at the American century championship the second straight victory in the celebrity golf tournament Edgewood Tahoe golf course beautiful golf course by the way the if you look if you watch any of it over the weekend you saw all the boats on on seventeen and eighteen right there in the water playing music they got stuff going to a big party it's it's Tahoe so it's a big party yeah and they've got a basketball goal set up on a seventeen on the tee box you got on Saturday he had Seth this Steph curry and Justin Timberlake playing the same force them together hello there shooting baskets and guess who made more does JJ class yeah I guess when when Steph curry's out on the basketball court it's hard to shoot off of grass yeah he would make it a bit she was at no JT was it was actually kind of fun to watch but Tony Romo Jersey he ran away from the field wire to wire wire to wire **** from the beginning of the tournament chili and he was wanting and the closes guy would have been former pitcher mark Mulder who was the winner from two thousand fifteen to two thousand seventeen was a few strokes back yesterday and never could catch him yeah Johnny just to get it taken ran well that's cool and then Wimbledon Serena lost the women's championship and then yesterday the man's Roger Federer and a joke of edge five hours it was four hours and fifty five minutes I called five hours long five hours and they started the new tie break if you're tied in the fifth set for the first time it's ever been use was yesterday or that thing could have gone on for a they might still be plan if they didn't have that new tie break system so yeah Djokovic to mine and it was I don't watch a lot of the one yesterday I can't watch five hours of tennis I want the fans games man get it over with get it over with alright tell you what's going on well the badly decomposing body of an elderly woman was found in the southwest side home over night a woman who has a support group for the families of people killed by illegal immigrants says in addition to the emigrants.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Answer for most innovation teams is the host a brainstorming session get ten of your best and brightest people into a room and have them work as a group to generate as many ideas are there other ways to generate ideas that are not dependent on a traditional brainstorming yes so there are literally owls rooms of these now what I'm talking about brainstorming I'm assuming we're talking about brain storming in the traditional process to foreign by Alex Osborn back in nineteen thirty nine and he was the first one to kinda tag is brainstorming and describe the process as I said there are literally thousands of ways to generate ideas for today's show I'm going to share with you five that are you know I don't use them all the time I mix tomorrow but there these are approaches these are tools that are used just to cover and shake it up change about a little bit and also to get teams to think differently work differently engage differently look at the problem differently in the ultimate objective is this how do you generate more ideas and better ideas so I'm gonna share with you five that are you add them to your ideation tool kit whole amount is needed you should start collecting up and trying out different approaches and whichever ones work best for you it could be you and how you apply it it could be the teams are putting together or there might be better approaches and better tools to generate ideas depending on how the make up of your team is but you should collect up your own ideation tool kit and I'm gonna give you the five first tools beyond the traditional brainstorming now if you do have your own words if you've been collecting up these tools on your own I would love to hear about them so sure the mall where you can post them over it the innovators dot community that's the free community doesn't cause injury but that's the community where innovators from around the world kind of hang out the post questions the proposed ideas look for people have input ideas here's an opportunity for you to share your approach to generating ideas when you are pulling together individuals are trying to drive to and ideation social so close them over at the innovators dot community or you can just post them up on Twitter attack me in the tweet so that I can not see the post all come in on those my Twitter handle is at Phil mackenzie all one word no spaces so first up of the five new ways to generate ideas is mind mapping now my mapping is fairly common term but there are lots of software tools that are out there as far as how they get used and and it's they have template the traditionally they're used to organize your data your information but they also happen to be a great way to generate ideas so how do I use it first up I devote my problem statement now you're probably getting tired he heard me rant on those but you need to spend the time to truly understand the problem I'm gonna Coaldale Albert Einstein again Albert Einstein's famous quote is that he was given a one hour to save the world he would spend fifty five minutes to finding the problem and then five minutes solving it so you need to spend the time understanding in defining the problem so zooming you've devolved to good problem statement right there on that problem statement in the center of your idea now you can do this on a piece of paper you can do it in mind mapping software iPhone it putting it in the middle of a big huge white board works great when you've got you know eight to ten people in the room so again right down the problem statement in the center of it for example a good problem statement the one I'm always a big fan of his John F. Kennedy's problem statement that says before the end of the decade we will put a man on the moon and return home safely it's his problem statement be had whatever term you want to use so right whatever that is in the center then expand on the problem statement by surround during surrounding it with items that better describe the problem so for instance if the problem statement is John F. Kennedy's put the man on the moon bring home safely you may on a mind map then start listing around the outside of the problem statement those other items of one would be to you skip the lost city how do I get how do I keep gravity to get outside world how do I get into space that would be another expanded definition or expanded item also the problem statement now you would at F. you fill all those and then you would add a second layer to each of those names describing how you might solve those individual challenges so again the problem statement being put a man on the moon the expanded portion of that surrounding about what I need in order to achieve that problem statement or to solve the problem statement is I need to achieve people are still got it scapes earth gravity right that's a that's a problem the next way around are starting to some solutions one solution might be create a multi stage rocket hard to find the problem I've expanded that problem in the next layer of the mind map and in the third layer of that mind me up I start doing those solutions and then just keep adding to your mind map using the stops go through and put another layer ren you know to build up the second layer buildup that third layer into you've sufficiently broken down the problem into its manageable parts with a set of possible ideas and then you can look at each of those ideas and rank them how likely are you to be able to do that or they're cheaper bowl what are you don't know that you would have to go off and investigate but it allows to have this kind of group being exercise around this concept of mind mapping that I've found to be pretty interesting approach it is a van testigo ideation technique that encourages creativity answers it also supports kind of the whole concept of building upon the ideas of others it could be a great homework exercise for team prior to conditional group ideation session so you can have each person do their own mind map and then come together as a group and share their mind maps okay so that's mind mapping number two is a process that I call wishing wishing of courage is your team to let their imaginations run wild non traditional brainstorming I hear a lot of still a taters and innovation leaders complaining about you know my got my team is out there doing you know Buck Rogers kind of stuff this is that social I will hold a session that just says we're going to hold the wishing star ocean and we're gonna get together and we're going to go crazy with some of these crazy ideas so how is this done one is assume you have a wall research and understand problem statement I know you're getting tired of hearing you say that you ask each participant to dream up the most unattainable extreme impractical solutions they can think of related to the problem statement let them just go crazy now you create a list each person is creating a list maybe a few dozen wishes now you go through the wishes by considering and discussing the ideas in detail with the aim of triggering news but more realistic concepts of the you're free to go after now this comes it is I'm gonna go out there with the wishes and then I'm gonna bring the team back to say from that wish what is it we can practically do so ask yourself what makes that wish impossible how could that idea be scaled down I take a piece of it maybe which features could I integrate with another approach that we're thinking about so letting them go ahead and go extreme with that wishes idea allows them to a possibly open up entirely new areas new ideas things that you have just never consider now when I run wishing sessions are seen some of these ideas go to become really extreme right you know look I'm the first person I'll be the first person to sign up for transporter technology anything to avoid jet lag when traveling but even those during such as jet lag there are elements of that you could potentially deal with jet lag when one of my focus on just words I hate long distance travel you know it is I've gotten older my body just doesn't recover from long distance travel like it used to so the objective is my wishes transporter technology but it may generate ideas like are there other ways to deal with the the jet lag problem and that may generate some other ideas about how to read in fact there is a a company in an immediate who's been sending me to test these new kinds of glasses that have different color lights on them they're supposed to be helping with jet lag in so you know beat I'd love transfer technology someone has come up with an idea around these kinds of glass wishing is a good approach you should feel free to give it a try when we return from the break I'm going to cover three more ways to generate you DO Jennifer then for you to add them to your are you should too I will be right back.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"California weekend. Branko Robert Louis, and you're listening to the real estate reported our fourteenth year of broadcasting history. It's a pleasure to be with a history making history of it. Yes. Louis, always talked my wife trying to make history right bay. While she's sitting here, the real, they're ready to go to napping to ignore. It's Father's Day weekend, could do whatever I want them, kicking them out. Whatever one day. Yeah, we're going to Napa. That's that's how this is going down right out of here. I mean, the second this over your tires are. Yeah, we'll be there in fifty five minutes. Okay. Twenty five if you drive, rob. Rub Tom what's next? So we're talking about winning strategies for buyers in a low inventory market, and you know how Sunan can be challenging at anytime. But when you're in a low inventory market, or a seller's market, it has a whole new level of frustration sometimes for buyers. And so the supply of homes is low in many areas, demand is high, and that's giving sellers the edge. And so if you're a potential home buyer right now and you don't have a winning strategy. You could be left drying, your eyes with your rejected offers little literally sing buyers right off her sight unseen. No savvy listing agent like berry out berry Mathis and west moody, they get through their exactly. When did you see the house, so they wanna make sure your gut in there? Now, some brand new agents if they're listening, they don't even know in some us on your in cartridge with somebody who's never even senior home than they get. They're like I don't like this, and you took your home off the market for nothing. So, but what are? Some of our strategies because that writing sight unseen isn't really our strategy. Let's go over some way up so winning strategy. Number one for buyers to know the signs of the market, you know, even though you're hearing, maybe you're in a low inventory or seller's market. Where's the proof and some of the proof would be houses are selling for more than asking price and homes are selling quickly and inventories, not hanging around? So you're getting in multiple offers on a regular basis. It's not in your little list there. But that would be what that's true. Well, it actually was coming up. No, it's okay. Here's the thing is, is that you're like preemptive. You're just you're kind of before. You're a patriot missile, go ahead. You are. So you know, as realtors work, constantly, scouring the listings and areas, you're interested in. So if the majority of the homes have been sitting on the market for more than three months than you are probably not in a seller's market. You're in probably a buyer's market, but we're just not seeing that, and it's, it's neighborhood to neighborhood, because there are some areas that it's not necessarily a low inventory market. But right now we're just seeing that in general in general, it is so that's winning strategy. Number one is to know be aware and be aware winning strategy. Number two is commit to being on call, and we kind of talked about this at break, but to succeed in a low inventory market or seller's market, you have to make house hunting a priority, and you can't just make something you fit in here and there on the weekends. Like, hey, you know what we were going to go to the movies. We're going to Napa, but we really want to buy a house. Well, maybe you should postpone your trip to Napa or not go to the movies. Okay. Maybe you don't go Makoni sushi at six go see a house that you wanna see asking a lot, and we have a proprietary website that we can have you where you're alerted, the minute the second a new property. Give that to them, we get a hold out. Okay. Now you can get good. So if you want, if you're interested in that we can sign you up, but just text the word home, two nine one six two six nine thirty three thirty seven that's nine one six two six nine thirty three thirty seven and we can sign you up on that. You have twenty four hours a day, seven days a week access, and it's all the hot information, and it's not going to be something that maybe it's like another website like Zillow or something. Yeah. You have home set of sold months ago. At lot times, Zillow will get information. Eight twelve hours later in. So if you want to instantly right, we are our systems tied into the molest as professional role statements profanity now. Yup. We can get you the data like we're talking real time like it goes live. Your notified five seconds later. I want to kind of give a real life example of you being on your toes. And so we had a new listing that went on the market yesterday at twelve o one Carmichael. Right. Okay. And by twelve ten we had already become aware that eight potential buyers had viewed the home online, within like nine minutes past midnight by six AM. We were getting requests for showings in the early bird may get begetting the worm. But if you were, you know, on top of everything the early home buyer has a better chance of seeing a home and getting into comedy offers you expect to have on that by tonight or. Tomorrow night I already have four so, so and you know we've been on the air for almost an hour. So. More. So that's, so that's number two, okay. Number three. Number three. Yeah. We do so winning strategy number three for buyers. Get pre-approved. This is the absolute most important thing that you need to do because without a mortgage approval, you won't be buying a home unless you have a briefcase full of cash or a Bank account that you can liquidate, and you got to remember, all lenders are not the same. I mean you need a lender. And we've talked about this dozens of times on the radio. But you need a lender that you know, we'll work on the weekend. We'll answer your phone calls doesn't say, hey, you know what Saturdays and Sundays are my day, you know? And that's great if that's you as a lender out there, but it's going to be difficult to work with buyers at one ago now. And then you need somebody that will pre approve you and be able to close your loan in ten to twenty one days. No thirty days. No forty five days. I'm appalled. When I see a thirty day Closys day, like you said, get pre-approved find out exactly how much you got to put down, what your closing costs are what it looks like the interest rate will be and you get. This. What's called a good faith estimate with a broker in his what people do though they go online, they fund those mortgage calculators they want to buy a home for six fifty or four fifty or three fifty and it says the payment is this with the principal and interest was online characters don't throw in the taxes and insurance. So you don't have the TI so you're, you don't have the Pitie pity gotta have the pity. You're going to have the IT and the entire payment because that last little t I can be a principal just taxes and insurance. It can raise your payment four five six seven hundred a month or go up to twenty eight you're twenty eight with the textures maybe thirty five so don't just wing, it online with the mortgage calculator talked to a mortgage professional. We recommend Jeff Compton, we love Jeff work within for twelve years. I think a long time. Yeah, it's been a long time and you know what? He's never failed me. Once he gets done gets the deal done. Tell me that's nothing been any saved. Dozens of deals for us. Absolutely. So his numbers nine one six seven six five twenty nine hundred write this down, grab your cell phone here. It is again nine one six seven six five twenty nine hundred had to a fantastic.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You you've got your sea legs. So to speak. You know, what the podcast is? So when you go back and listen to that pilot episode are there things in July. We would do that totally different. Now. Well, I hear things that I actually in that particular clip that you played that I feel really good about. And that is the relationship between e and myself and the way that we can be steep just like friends to each other. And there's a lot of humor. And I think people don't expect humor to be part of a podcast that comes out of a prison. And one of our desires is to really show that life inside is multi-dimensional. And so I think that that sense of camaraderie of love between men in the appropriate relationship. Like, all we get to talk about that in a way, that's heartfelt in often humorous and allows us to kind of each other a little bit. And so that's the stuff that I hope continues. When the first episode. So we thought it was easy. No. I never thought it was house. It was the. You know? So I heard snap judgment. And it was like. Easy. I didn't know that that fifty five minutes or whatever it was came from like six hours a tape tower. You know? Now, they can get easier at all. Get harder. Yeah. I think the challenge is to make it sound easy to make it sound effortless. Right. So let's just backtrack a little bit. And how do we get to that point? How did you end up working in San Quentin? And you'd been in other prisons before you came to saying, can you guys Semaj let's start with you just backtracking like how do we get there? Yeah. So I started as a volunteer for the prison unit university project to yes. One of the most wonderful organization. Hold on hold on. Before you go on long with that gate organization. Yes. Why did you go to that organization? What was it like major question? So I really wanted. I was interested in prisons. I'm interested in how people find meaning and make lives under difficult situations and prison struck me as a place where. There's just so many interesting and troubling things happening, and I didn't want to go in as a tourist. I mean, you can't do that. I wanted to go in and do something. That gave me a reason to be there. Right. And as I was thinking about prisons. I happen to hear about the prison university project, it kind of fell into my life. And I thought this is a perfect way to go in and bring in something that actually know how to do which is graffiti and talk about it. And you said as bridge to to get to to start to understand life inside prison just a little bit. So it came from a desire the prison university project out of the universe fell into my lap. And it was the perfect bridge to walk.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Fastest in the wheelchair. So the Kenyans do it in two five. All right. The white guy comes in to ten. So we chop five off the Kenyans. Right, right. Then we take the ladies the ladies come in at two twenty. So we let them go fifteen minutes early. Right. And it's a real we take wheelchair guys. And they do the whole thing like an hour and ten minutes. So we have wait fifty five minutes. And then we all converge that come on. That's right six. So the one the haggard Kenyan guy running solo you mentioned the subway giving other speaking of racing you mentioned if someone's. Underway. Danika Patrick, for example, they'll put weights her car to make an even with, you know, the other you could be whatever way to want. But if you're going to run that race whatever country, you're from Orlando hail from if even American diet for year faster at only. Making kenyan. Carrie conflict. Yes. Yes. John feels. That's right. Very good. Birth certificates for Kenya. That's right for another. But it's working as an air brake because. Two hands a wind jammer. Well, the closest American man was Scott fob that was seventh place, and he was just wonder what he finished. Well, he was a minute twelve behind Toronto. We'll we'll just give that guy minute fifteen and we'll try it like to see and colluding again, the guys in souped up wheelchairs. I mean, they finish like an hour before everyone to have all They the. have all the luck. No all breaks. Yeah. Well, some Tiger Woods news. And it has been awhile of good tiger news, which has been a longtime Sunday he scored his first major win more than ten years by winning the masters for the fifth time in his career. The last time tiger came out on top Augusta National Golf club was back in two thousand five and he's only the second Gulf or to win the story tournament five times the victory is only Tigers seconds since coming back from the chaotic personal life and the back injury. And the all the stuff that was sort of threatening to career, but he did it. He we're interesting culture, cause we love we loved him on the way up. We loved it on the way down and people are going with the story. We love her Dempsey share this about like, the Scott van pelts and the sports centers of the world that kind of stuff he gets I get.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Away debut Thompson. What was it about? This matchup that excited you is ranked number four in the world. I don't wanna fight. No one behind me. That's I was like, let's move up results show, man. The Waco is killing me out on your forty five hundred and fifty five that one seventy better being the top, bro. So good. Well, it looks like he's raises giving you a little bit of problems. But look at the big screen. You work in the second. You do this. What? I knew it rains thousands. I know I was hurting his back playing. Have you done so many things in fighting? You have started to adopt. This new exciting. Even more exciting fighting style. What has made you make this case gave on a cell for everybody. Beat the number. Eight in the world. You did. Never. What do you want? Is it going to be one seventy or are you going to stay class? What's next for Soltan, one seventy? I felt so good coming into the way. Cam the way cut I'll be here for a while, man. But I'm not going to want to. There's a couple of names at one seventy I want RDA back. That's one of the fights I need and then. One fifty five minutes. Dan wants to give it to me, the wunderbar balls..
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Your welterweight debut, Utah. What was it about this? I said excited you ranked number four in the world. I don't wanna fight. No one behind me, especially at lightweight. That's why I was like let's move up this result, man. The Waco was killing me forty five hundred fifty five now one seventy better being the top, bro. So good. It looks like his ratings giving you a little bit of problems. But look at the big screen. Seconds left in the second, Robin. You do this. I know locates was hurting his back legs. Hand. You done so many special things you have started to adopt. This new exciting. Even more exciting fighting style. Four. What has made you make this chase cake? I wanna put on the cell for everybody. Beat the number four. In the world. You. Number four welterweight in the world. What do you want next? Is it going to be one seventy or are you going to stay this way? What's next for Showtime, one seventy I felt so good come into can't wait nut? I'll be here for a while, man. But I'm not going to want to a couple of names at one seventy I want RDA back that's one of the fights. And then one fifty five minutes then wants to give me the winner. Barboza gates you. I'm reading.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"How about this in the games porter has played all right? Five game winning streak. The only one they lost in their excuse me was the one he missed. There are also six and two in games porter has played okay. So I guess also besides being the laughing stock organization and having an idiot for now these guys they're all tired at the end both team. Yeah. There's no doubt. Fifty four minutes. Fifty five minutes Zach LeVine. Oh, this just thank thank you. Thank you. Okay. Wow. The bulls died in at two AM last night from the Atlanta. And is this right? Right now. The bulls are running suicide drill preparing for tomorrow's day away. They are not running suicide. There you go. Okay. Eric red with the I not running at least to our best. Now. He's going to give them the Chinese gonna give most of the day off. So there's a laughing stock. They are being coached by high school idiot. Coach. Number. One Ditka years ago said we became a team today was very famous couldn't tell you what it happened a year before the Super Bowl. Maybe they want a big game and the coach. Today. And it was cool the time everybody likes to laugh at it. Actually, I think he did that with the saints..
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Own the south home, or so your home or hey, we we enjoyed working with you Travis. All on all on his I I was I was up at a at a house state for our remorse first game back. And I knew I was actually watching a bunch of people tailgating right next to the stadium. And they were watching the SEC network because Georgia was playing like a noon game. They're watching that game before the game. And that's where the guy like spotted me turn around and through an empty crown Royal bottle at me. So there you get they walk into. Well, luckily, he consumed everything in the bottle. So when he threw the odds of him actually hit. Well, it mattered the fact that he missed me about ten feet 'cause I think had it had been a full bottle. Then he would have had his faculties about him. He he might have nailed me. But he was this was this was thankfully, he had consumed at all. So the odds of him hitting me were not great. So he was thrown into one in the middle. And you're the one on the far right is what you tell me. Right. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. And it was. Yeah. And he missed and that was good. But that was a I don't care who you are an anti crown Royal bottle upside the head would smart just a little bit. Yeah. And an empty crown Royal bottle that you have consumed probably means that you're going to have a really bad night or bad next day. So we've seen as he was phone good at uptick appoint we spent a substantial portion of the last fifteen or twenty minutes discussing the wonder that were the rec specs. And so I've gotten on internet here, and I'll put together McGee what I believe to be the first team already expect squad. We forgot Horace. Grant Horace grant's powerful grant center. We have the legendary another athlete that people might consider the goat Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Kareem in the skyhook center. He had those huge bubble bubble. Rex PEX, I think they were. I think it was the guy. He really he g he was on the one that went on Korean was wearing of everybody else's like, okay, this DACA. Do this now. But see kareem's wreck spects, and we okay a small four we got. James worthy. Big game. James is that small forward with? He he kind of had the same ones that Kareem had which were not the actual Rick spec. They were sort of like a bubble goggle that I think protected the contact lens we need confirmation on that Travis if you can pull that off in the next fifty five minutes, you are a super hero at running back. We're we're building our sports here at running back. So we got we forgot Eric Dickerson is up Eric Dickerson. Oh, gosh. Those pumping legs. Hey, man. He had his experts coming at you. And it will you magin you magin being a defenseless defensive back. Trying to break down hit. Eric Dickerson with that high stride running running straight up and down with those Rick spects glare, and how you shoot get out the way. So how the Carl had the Carles Carles coming out. Hello for showing. Experts for sure, but here's the thing. So you so you knew you were the man and Eric Dickerson was demand. If you don't believe it just ask him. If you do he's the man when he wear wreck pacts he can pull the off, man. I had to poster I'll have I had the Rams poster. And it was just like this is coming through. He almost like the crazy. Mike single -tary is. But they were they were hermetically sealed inside of the what we're did. You just use hermetically. What does that mean in that? Right. And I mean hermetically Travis around in hermetically sealed doesn't mean when you like it sealed up right her that? I just make that up. Hermetically sounds like some unique. I've never heard that term. Sorry me either. Randy like, I say, I mean hermetically sounds like something you need a prescription for man. Sound good medically sealed inside discuss box. Oh my gosh. Okay. Hermetically? Google says it's correct, by the way. I'm..
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"And of course, there's so many more people like him, but he's also making making his own programming on his own channel. Where there aren't those institutional barriers that we often think of when we think of. Higher budget broadcasts you rely on funding in order to make these big beautiful films. And because of that you sometimes have to work with people who are highly disconnected from the actual people who are going to be watching the film. And that is I think we're one of the big problems lies is that the people who have the institutional control who have the purse strings aren't always representing viewers at least not well. And I think they're plenty of you want to see a multinational perspective, but the people that are in control of what airs on their networks are freed of that some little true. Are they broke? Kost PBS. Very. I think. PBS aren't our ABC that BBC all of these groups. They are really good broadcasters that have the public remit as. Yes. Disconnected in every single profession does. But. I think they have an awareness of twenty Phil multiple mates. They're beholden to their audience. They're not beholding to advertisers. Which really does help. Now, of course, the Esau. Groups and they're also working out what they roll as in littering some of them science. Who's gonna come to that? I think that's great. Mary on the more. We have the Mormon. I'm always restricted to fifty five minutes or nineteen minute or two three hour, and they have to be done to the minute for some that cost. The frame. Sorry that doesn't allow you to necessarily that a story on the link that would not run which is. To fourteen minutes pace. But there isn't a market for that. So that's the game. My chosen to play. I've chosen television is shifting changing media landscape an end Morphing into the whole online media landscape. Thing. I'm so excited by an I. Love the stretching of the boundaries of what we call film. What we call tell us what we call Maadia. Am I think for all of King County, ideas amount heads great thing? Whether you do it as alternate reality pace or via pays or ashore video. I mean, look at the guys I sat and. Fantastic. Do this show from videos on science ideas and smaller by the day? Great great, great, mostly younger, people doing really interesting things out of that works for them. And. I think that we hope. Me as well. Well, you know, what on this note? I think it's a great time to kind of move things into the direction that we often do at the end of each episode of talk nerdy. Where I ask my guest the same to closing questions. And I'm definitely interested in your take on these questions are sort of big picture. So are you ready for that? Alright. So when you look to the future in whatever context is relevant to you right now in your work and your life and your love and all of those things number one. I want to know for you personally. What is the thing that keeps you up the most at night the thing that you maybe even have a touch of cynicism about that. You're just not really. You're not really feeling good about. And then on the flip side of that. What are you genuinely personally very optimistic about? Great, chris. Well, kids me up at night just wanted project. I'm moving on. I think fundamentally it's my fear beyond concern. My fear on the polarization around science. Copious amounts. Nihilism science the crap out there. I'm sorry. I'm striking. I swear I love it. Sorry..
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Now from the foundation of human understanding here is ROY masters. Yes. I hope you listen to the first part of the program. And in that first part. Probably shoot everybody away. So that'd be some of you left because you haven't heard what I said yet. I said I'm going to say what I said in the last fifty fifty five minutes. Does only two. Only two. Religions have worth anything. Keep talking about Jesus a person or Moses, but the but Christianity is the extension. Of. That's as close as you'll ever get there and still never find the meaning of life. Another words. What you are seeing. Every Sunday or Saturday, depending upon the Jewish or Christian Christianity grew out of. Judaism. You do not. We'll never find the purpose of life. I don't care how much money you are. I don't know how much this or that. You are. I'm saying.
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"He was asked about acting directing and this is towards the end of his life. I think it was maybe the last interview he ever did. And he said I approached directing the same way I approached acting I approach acting which is I prepare prepare prepare show show up on the first day. And I throw it all away, and and that really gave me the inspiration say, okay because we're here. Now, here's this wonderful. Actress all of these crew members who were immensely talented in this real space. Let's take it in and see what we can all create and that was a wonderful license to embrace that way of making a movie that I think I just got better at each day that we shot he knew I had shortlists did. I mean, you would just throw them away and just got them away. But if I could give you an example, the scene that he's talking to her about his family and about how he has his he and his brother have two different. Mothers. And when his brother came home and how she's looking at him the way that his brother looked at him. That was all written to be post-coital in a bed in that morning after that sort of dawn like time that they had that made love, and we shot it and while we were shooting it. I knew I thought no this is derivative. I just it's not it's not the movie that I think we've made to this point. That's just not right. We had an hour and fifteen minutes left, and I sat there, and I I asked Shelly Ziegler, and here's the benefit of working with a group that you've worked with I'd done so many movies with her as an actor from silver linings playbook all the way up to joy. And so we've been in the trenches together because and so with that, you know, that high pressure, and I said something's not right? I said, you know, what I know that I'll kick myself I wanna shoot a one or let's have a meeting breakfast. Can we call room service, and we're going to do it? All right here. One shot I wanna do Dali from from on her, and we're gonna wind up revealing the bed, and then he's going to pick her up and take her into the bed. That's it. That's the shot. So we literally had our in fifteen minutes and forty fifty five minutes of that hour. Fifty minutes was waiting for room service to bring the food. So everybody is kind of flipping out, and then we wound up shooting that. And that's what's in the movie and a lot of things like that happened often when you shooting glass Abry cello, and you're basically snatching these moments stage. I mean, how did you prepare for that? It's well the good thing about Glastonbury is that was the second to last day of shooting. The last two days of shooting were parceled out because Glastonbury was one day at the end of June the forum, which was when she we actually shot at the form during Gaga concert or the day day before she sang at night. So I had already done stage. Coach we'd sang a Coachella. We'd sang at the Greek. I'd sang inside her house with the piano and the drag bar, so I felt more more confident than I had been at any of those other scenes that said, I was absolutely utterly terrified. But it's one of those things when you say I'm going to jump off the cliff. There's no choice when there's eighty thousand people looking at you and your four minutes, and they're going they're going. It was ten minutes when they told us, but it was four minutes. You know, as we got there, and Chris Christopherson is waiting to come on. So you just do it. And I think you know, like in sports, if you've practiced enough, you can turn your brain off and something else takes over and Steve Morrow and Matthew Liberti myself who flew there..
"fifty five minutes" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"What was the kind of funny games daily for Wednesday? January ninth two thousand nineteen. I'm one of your host Jared petty alongside the road one. Mr. Gary would do morning. Good morning to you knew the first day of the new for me at least the first day of the new morning KF GD regime the regime. Indeed. Now, you came in Gary, and you're Hewer I would say inconsolable at the news that we are. Now, we are not limited. We were forced on us. It was very very rare that the Jared, Gary hosted together, it was a special event in the hearts of many, and and poss- tents being the appropriate form here because it's no longer special. And why is that? Well, because we'd limited. We've got this fifty five minute hot out because that hard came in this morning as well. Gary Makino, the kind of funny best friends, they love you. When when you Jared. Go on and run long. And have these kind of guns shows that have no. Definite out point yet. But that's over that won't one might say. They never end they just bleed on into the next one over because now there's KF af motherfuckers. Yes. The next show on after us, and that starts promptly eleven. Yeah. And it takes them. I'm gonna stick around. I want to see how they do it. I can see the all the stuff. That's ready to go here for the set change. Yeah. They need five minutes. They say for the set change right cinema. What happens we have a little clock here? That tells us how long we've run. Yeah. This episode even with all our guns stylings will for must last only fifty five minutes and five minutes. What fascinating conversation with red. We might still be picking away at we are done. The shepherd's. Crook is gonna come on and just pull us right back. Right off like Daffy duck. I hope that happens. I like the idea that barrack Courtney comes from off stage and just shoe by the neck and pulls you off he might have to because I if this is gonna be I mean prior to today, if we haven't done a show the respected time you, and I know now what bed we better we better get used to it because this is the new regime, I suppose news kind of funny. Four point over g has throttled us it has it is it's sensitive styles are stymied us. Yeah. Indeed. Well, let's say let's say we what what kind of gold. We can spin in the remaining fifty two minutes. Let's see what we can pull off your ladies, gentlemen. And case, you didn't know this is kind of fun games daily were each and every day, we give you the video game news that you want to hear about it's kind of funny. Four anniversary where we're celebrating with a good old fashioned fundraiser all January head over to patriot com slash kind of funny games. Does he all the cool new shows were adding and we were at a lot. Lot of new shows, including mine debatable starting tomorrow and cafe f- premiering just after this episode. There's a world tour that we're planning and there's all kinds of stuff happening. If you want to be a part of what's going on patriot. Memberships are available at the bronze level at patriot.
North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA
"Good morning I'm art Cohen WBZ news and our top story at this hour the weather with continued heat. And humidity and some thunderstorms on. The way WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's joins us for quick update. This is a nasty situation developing it looks like some a. Thunderstorm that's capable of producing a tornado we've seen reports of trees down around Woodstock here this morning it looks like it's centered around Webster heading east northeast towards the east Douglas and into near Whitten's Ville that's the. Track of that particular. Cell, but we're going to see more, of these as we go through the next several hours with. Rain heavy at times causing flooding and these. Spin up thunderstorms that could produce. A, little rotation and a quick tornado or certainly some straight line wind damage that's what we've got to look forward to here over the. Next couple of hours and I'm going to be back every ten. Minutes with a complete update rain. And severe thunderstorms here the next couple of hours I'll keep you. Up to date on WBZ News Radio ten, thirty thank you dean. And speaking. Of flooding in Lynchburg Virginia the college lake dam. Overflowed threatening. More than one. Hundred homes so far officials are confident that with, little or no rain in the forecast for today the damn will hold now they promised to fix the dam which is a. Tremendous relief to people who live. Downstream correspondent chip Reid has more from where I'm standing I can. See a big gap oh maybe twenty feet long in the. Dam where the water that was Surging over, the dam knocked out a wall and a portion of the old dam New Hampshire had some powerful thunderstorms yesterday lightning set off a. Fire at the Hopkinton library it was put out quickly but workers are trying to, preserve as many books as possible no one was hurt there were some, down trees flash flooding in Manchester for some road closures. The water was waist deep in some areas before receding, Friday night. More rain in. The forecast for today California is fighting, sixteen wildfires at last count the ranch fire in northern California. Where two fires have merged has destroyed forty one homes and force more evacuations in Mendocino. And lake counties we. Get, more on that from KPI PIX, televisions Elizabeth cook ranch fire around the eastern shore of clear. Lake now covers an area the size of. San Jose and it's just twenty, eight, percent contained a red flag warning in effect for the fire zone Things could get worse this weekend fire covers more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres or. About one hundred eighty square miles and some evacuation, orders have, been lifted near reading where the car fire has killed six people it is now thirty nine percent, contained the PawSox make a move that they describe as cautionary will explain in a few minutes WBZ news time is ten oh three. It's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru retailers of New. England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes brought to you by Bernie and Phil's furniture and here's rob hackler and art. It is tough ride out west at Tana's you've been hearing the weather we've got the. Rain making I have really wet. Roads seeing the pike westbound is starting to really slow down around one twenty. Two and military in its heavy most of the way out towards eighty four in Sturbridge with reduced speeds on eighty four in Sturbridge is well the drive time on the, pike westbound. Is starting to jump up from framingham disturb ridge it is about. Fifty five minutes so getting close to an hour drive time through that stretch. Of the pike also. Watch out for work crews onto ninety on the eastbound side near main street in Shrewsbury to ninety, west his work crews near Salman pond road in church street one five southbound he's heavy before. Sixty two down two to ninety north of town ninety five north is slaughtered Seabrook New Hampshire up towards the Hampton tolls downtown Picking up company on the Leverett connector. Getting onto Storrow drive keep. In mind. Downtown the pike both ways you've got lane. Restrictions for the work of the Kama bridge eastbound, two lanes open westbound one lane open northbound expressway heavy approaching the O'Neill, tunnel route three is busy near. Derby street and down at the Cape you've. Got about a two and. A half mile backup at. The sagamore inborn bridges next report ten thirteen. WBZ's traffic on the threes no one likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie.
China pulls approval for Facebook's planned venture: NYT
"Your, money on WGN orients Samuelson a report in the New York Times, today says, China has withdrawn its, approval for Facebook's plan to open a venture in the, eastern province of j. John and the Chinese government database showed that Facebook had gained, approval to open a subsidiary but the registration has since disappeared according to checks made by Reuters the move but setback for Facebook which has, been struggling to gain a foothold in. China the most populated country. In the. World where the website and messaging app wants up, remain blocked Sinclair broadcast group, and, media company, shares higher today after President. Trump criticize the Federal Communications Commission for deferring a decision last week On their proposed three, point nine billion dollar tie-up and a federal appeals court upheld the, rules change, on broadcast ownership rules, Trump tweeted so sad and unfair that the FCC would, not approve this in Clare brunt gas merger with Tribune this would have been a, great and much-needed conservative voice four and of the people Sinclair shares up to into third percent and Tribune stock of two point four percent The tariffs partly to. Blame today for lowered full year forecasts by General Motors and Fiat Chrysler automobiles and their stocks hard today GM cited higher steel and aluminum, cross for its two thousand eighteen profit forecast reduction and chief financial officer Chuck Stevens said GM put in a. Solid performance in the second quarter despite some. Fairly significant headwinds that have built throughout the. Year that's your money on seven hundred twenty WGN WGN, sports Dave at the cubs are getting set to play at Wrigley field against the Arizona, Diamondbacks and hoping, to get their first win the series but they'll have to do it without Kris Bryant out of. The lineup for the second day in a row he deals with another bout a shoulder inflammation second baseman havi or by has also out he was on, the receiving Out of a hard slide left. Him with a bruised knee and last night's loss John Lester starts today for the Cavs against, Robbie Ray for Arizona tonight. The White Sox try to win three, in a, row, for, just. The third time this season or they play the angels in, Anaheim again James shields makes the start shields hasn't won. On the road since opening day he'll be opposed by the angels Tyler Skaggs pre-game anti Andy her at eight thirty. At the first page with that Farber Derrick Jackson little after nine on seven hundred twenty WGN the Boston Red Sox owning baseball's best. Record of acquired right ahead there Nathan of all the. From Tampa Bay for a minor leager and Mets outfielder you out for the season let it go surgery for chronic pain in both heels, recovery is expected to take eight months the bears take a day off from training camp while just three first. Rounders remain on side including the bears roquan. Smith the Buffalo Bills today signed their top. Pick Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen To a four, year contract they ladder falcons have given three year extensions. To their coach Dan Quinn and their general manager Thomas Dmitrov the. Falcons, have been in the playoffs the last two years including a Super Bowl appearance David WGN sports, WGN traffic Violeta podrumedic thank you came. Traffic, is sponsored by KFC no delays yet on the Edens between lake cook road. In the junction inbound Kennedy's forty minutes O'Hare to downtown twenty four minutes out the Eisenhower is bit heavy at fifty five minutes, three ninety to the old post office twenty eight minutes out inbound Stevenson's forty five three fifty five to lakeshore drive thirty. Two minutes outbound and of the Dan Ryan is twenty five minutes ninety. Fifth to the circle just fourteen. Minutes out get the new crispy Colonel. Sandwich from KFC the new KFC crispy Colonel five dollar. Fill up comes with wedges cookie and a drink this offer is not everywhere and not forever, price may vary tax subsidies. Are extra for personalized traffic on demand, get the, traffic, Chicago, app App approved by the reverse mortgage loan experts of team hockberg just search t. r. a. f. f. I x. Chicago I'm Violeta podrumedic in WGN traffic central the WGN. Chicago weather center forecast mostly sunny warm today a high of eighty eight tonight partly cloudy there's a.
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White House opposes Senate measure to reimpose ZTE sales ban
"Walter reed national military medical center after treatment from what's being describes a mild heart attack the white house press secretary sarah sanders ain't doctors say larry's recovery is going very well in that he's at home in hopes to return to work soon the white house is objecting to provisions in the senate annual defense funding bill overturning a deal by commerce department to lift us sales ban on chinese telecom firm z t e that agreement requires et pay one point four billion dollar fine overhaul its management team and allow the government to hire an house compliance group and the white house saying it will work with congress to try to get the provision out of the senate bill is not in the house version of the defense authorization bill and secretary of state mike pompeo is in seoul south korea saying talks with north korea will be will resume next week and pompeo also saying that the trump administration is hopeful that major disarmament steps by north korea will occur before the end of president trump's first term in january two thousand twenty one president trump back at the white house tweeted number of times about this issue including this one before taking office people were assuming that we were going to war with north korea president obama said that north korea was our biggest the most dangerous no problem no longer sleep well tonight and now on c span radio british prime minister theresa may taking questions in the house of commons on topics including trade relations with the us also the ongoing negotiations and brexit britain leaving the european union a note that the proceedings were interrupted by a call for an immediate vote take a chamber into a private session and the call is by the scottish national party leader after that call was rejected by the common speaker that's scottish leader objected to that was thrown out of parliament for remainder of the day and his fellow party member members followed him out in a protest this runs about fifty five minutes since to the prime minister is the gareth thomas speaker prime minister thank you mr speaker mr speaker tomorrow marks one year on from the grenfell tower file i know that members from all sides of this house will join me in saying that this unimaginable tragedy remains at.