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Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 23 hrs ago

Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record

"Despite a strong U. S. challenge type job short marker could not be best of the women's two hundred meter breaststroke final that was really just such a tough race then we will racing to do well and you know but it does still doesn't think and maybe one day the twenty four year old south African competing in her first Olympics reach the wall of Americans Lilly king at any Luxor in a world record time of two minutes eighteen point nine five seconds

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South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks World Swimming Record, US Wins Three More Medals

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks World Swimming Record, US Wins Three More Medals

"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium at just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds it doesn't feel real to actually break up to nineteen nineteen has been in the record books will so long no one is really a broken at American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap

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Reigning BMX winner Fields stretchered off

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Reigning BMX winner Fields stretchered off

"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium and just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap

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Rodgers Works out With Packers, Then Details His Concerns

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Rodgers Works out With Packers, Then Details His Concerns

"It was festivus in Green Bay on Wednesday and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spent much of his thirty two minute news conference airing his grievances he explained why he stayed away from OTA's and mandatory minicamp one of those reasons was his desire to serve as a recruiter and evaluator of free agents I think we can all understand you know Green Bay isn't to you know huge vacation destination people coming here to play with me with our team and and knowing that they can win a championship here the fact that I haven't been using those discussions when I want to change moves forward Rogers also said the team didn't have any plans for him beyond the upcoming season he was also displeased by the way the team has allowed several star players to leave the Packers some without any contract offer I'm Dave Ferrie

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How Amtrak Developed New Social Media Marketing Strategies During the Pandemic

Social Pros Podcast

02:20 min | Last week

How Amtrak Developed New Social Media Marketing Strategies During the Pandemic

"Do you show people at amtrak. Examples from your riders and or do show them examples from other brands airlines or or some other kind of of travel related organization to say. Look how they're doing. How do you sort of make that case in and put together the presentation. If you will sure yeah. I think i think there's the qualitative and the quantitative of in the you know the quantitative is just like look. How many messages were getting in just raw numbers. This is how much you could break it down to. You know we're getting somebody messing us every ten minutes or two minutes or whatever you know whatever you can break it down to And just say like that's the that's like the raw numbers but here's the actual quality of the message. Here's the types of messages and we have we tagging and we look at different ways to categorize those so we were taking really that raw feedback coming in and just saying like hey Here's a way to. Here's a way to actually see what customers are saying. We actually brought tweets. We had a leadership meeting one time and we did a tweets where we did it like a jimmy. Kimmel mean tweets style. And you know where he had. We had essentially like different people in the company reading tweets that we actually get and we had groups in the leadership summit talking about like. How would you respond to this. What would be your response to this. Really video of that will put it in the show notes yet probably not a. I don't know if that was ever made public. But but it was. It was a really eye-opening exercise for our executives in this league. You know all these leaders across the company from every division every you know people that work in operations on the you know to our senior leadership so they were seeing There were seeing what people were saying so it was always interesting to me to see like how each group would respond to that because it was always a different. And then we'd think about okay. We talk as a as an organization. Okay is that where we'd want to you know. Is that how we should handle is that who would you go to. Is that where you know. So that helped a lot without relationship building that i was talking

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How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?

BrainStuff

01:55 min | Last week

How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?

"In nineteen eighty three a perfect storm of technical issues and unit conversion mistakes left an air canada boeing seven sixty seven without fuel. Some forty one thousand feet. That's twelve thousand. Five hundred meters over central canada before long. It lost power to both engines after descending rate of twenty five hundred feet. That's seven hundred sixty meters per minute. The pilots were able to glide their boeing all the way to save albeit bumpy landing on a race car track. The pilots were hailed heroes and the airplane was dubbed the gimli glider after the town where it landed essentially any plane can glide if the need arises and in situations where all the engines have failed. Pilots have to expect the plane to do some gliding. Without the thrust those engines are built to provide. The plane can't help but lose altitude but how far can a plane glide when it's not designed to be a glider aircrafts whose engines conch out at higher elevations can glide for longer periods of time. This is one of the reasons. Why shellenberger and skulls hudson river landing was so impressive. They had to glide their way to safety and a matter of minutes from a pretty low altitude. Everything happened very fast on. Us airways flight forty nine fifty one. The plane hit the birds within two minutes of taking off and just three minutes later. The plane was in the hudson river. Obviously planes come in all shapes and sizes. So if you're flying one it's important to know your vehicles. Best glide speed in a nutshell. This is the speed that will let your airplane travel the farthest distance while sacrificing the least amount of altitude. A related concept is the minimum sink speed or the pace of travel that will maximize how much time you can spend gliding depending on your situation. You may choose to prioritize time over distance or vice versa

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Survivors Recall Escape, Ponder Future After Europe's Floods

NBC Nightly News

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Survivors Recall Escape, Ponder Future After Europe's Floods

"In europe. The worst flooding in years is now killed more than one hundred twenty five people most of them in germany with hundreds unaccounted for tonight. Ralph sanchez is there tonight. Watches floodwaters breakthrough the walls. This building minutes later people managed to crawl out from the air. The destruction left by these deadly floods almost unimaginable. Hundreds are still missing. Emergency workers found at least fifty survivors in germany after rushing waters submerged neighborhoods nearby rescuers in helicopters plucking survivors off their rooms entire towns devastated homes collapsed. Cars washed away through s. a. Four behind this man describing his family's desperate escape from the rising water. He was a matter of two minutes. We made it out the window. He says the massive flooding hit belgium and the netherlands as well as germany where many areas received a month's worth of rain in just a few hours so many people but one mayor tonight fearing the death. Toll will rise so many families that have luster a relative and families that have lost everything. Rescue crews are stretched over hundreds of locations across western germany racing to find those people unaccounted for before more. Rain comes

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Dr. Dennis Gross LED Mask Review: Why It's Worth the Cheddar

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Dennis Gross LED Mask Review: Why It's Worth the Cheddar

"Chat about some more of the best skin-care tools that are on your top shelf. Let's talk about led therapy. Because i know you're a huge fan of those too and they're so popular right now so tell us what's like top top tier in your books. The doctor dennis light mask. They also just came out with a body mask situation. You couldn't do either. I almost want to say the body. One is great because it's moldable so you can wrap it around your arm or your leg. Like i have psoriasis on my legs if i scroll and then put that that dr dennis light mask it helps it so much and you can also use it on your face but the face one is incredible. My mother-in-law has it my husband. Has it. I use it all the time. And it's this mass that lights up red and then lights up pink. Yeah it's amazing and so you can pick which which one you want it on. One is more for fine lines and wrinkles. One is more for hyper pigmentation. And it's so easy to do two minutes a day. What i've learned is there's a book called atomic habits when you associate a habit with another habit. It's very easy. So for instance if you everyone brush their teeth every day if you say okay. I'm going to brush my teeth at night. And then after i'm gonna put my light masculine. You'll you'll start that habit. So i would say like us the light mask with another habit that you have one of my habits is i like to read at night when i wind down so i put it on while i'm reading. It's so easy. And then i can take it off and be done with it after two minutes. You can leave it on longer but it is really such an amazing tool and i would highly recommended. He's such an expert. Yeah and i would recommend for everyone for anyone boy girl anything. Yes over this four hundred and thirty. Us dollars. i looked it up. And it's like five hundred and fifty canadian dollars. But i do think that it is completely worth it because it's got red light and blue light. That's getting that anti-aging and blue light is great for killing acne bacteria. So you're treating fine lines and you're stimulating collagen the red light and then the blue light is getting those acne bacteria so for me. I found this so easy. I have it on my bedside table. Actually too and i put it on first thing in the morning before i even get out of bed.

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Italy and England Go to Penalties at Euro 2020

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Italy and England Go to Penalties at Euro 2020

"Final minutes of euro 2020. They're still tied. Italy and England England got their goal two minutes in for the fastest goal in the euro final ever. Italy tied it at the 66 minutes. Right now. They're in the second extra time. And it's

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Middleton, Lopez, & Portis Lead Bucks to Pivotal Game 5 Win

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:08 min | Last month

Middleton, Lopez, & Portis Lead Bucks to Pivotal Game 5 Win

"Would have four starters Middleton, Bobby Portis, Brook Lopez and True Holiday Each goal for more than 20. Bobby Portis would deliver one of the dagger Chris Middleton, middle of the Rings, guarded by Bogdanovich tend to shoot runs him through Lopez screen passes to the corner. Reporters open three Good Bobby parties with a triple 3 20 to go. 1 14 98, Milwaukee. Wide open quarters in the corner for his seventh assists. Bobby Portis with the three he had 22 Middleton finishes, 25 points, 13 assists and then for the icing on the cake. Milton fires a pass inside the Lopez, who turns and puts the hook in a 30 points game. Five delivery for Brook Lopez, and they all been in the paint. I don't remember anything outside it he has dominated in there. 1 16 12 bucks two minutes to go when it was all said and done. J B six 36 points in the paint for the Milwaukee Bucks tonight. Out of their 123 No, Yannis. No problem.

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What No One Ever Told Me About Cats!

Does This Happen to You

01:59 min | Last month

What No One Ever Told Me About Cats!

"No one ever told me about cats. A dog lovers epiphany the very qualities that made me feel. I could be calm stoic. First time cat. Parents have made me and obsessive submissive wreck of a mother. My days are spent anticipating their needs and desperately trying to earn their love. You're either a cat lover or dog lover. I am a dog lover. I often boasted so my friends have admitted that the core malfunction in their relationship stems from one partner loving cats and the other loving dogs not wishing to test this. I didn't date or even befriend anyone who wasn't a dog lover. But all this changed in two thousand and twenty as far back as i can remember almost all the photos of me growing up head a little four legged free friend next to me starting with the classic summer baby photo of me perched on a blanket on the lawn with tills are doug sitting alongside me. The pattern continued throughout my childhood and dog featured in most of my life achievement photos in junior school. We were tasked with creating our first prepared speech based on the topic. What makes me happy unsure what to speak about. I asked my mother for advice. She looked at me and said hat's easy talk about your outrageous love for dogs and how happy they make you in an unrelenting. Two minute speech. That was filled with suspense. I expose my classmates to a story of unconditional love between me and an anonymous being sharing adventures and anecdotes to convey my unparalleled happiness. I kept them guessing who the other was right until the end.

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Learn How to Thrive; Not Just Survive as a Working Mom - burst 07

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

04:57 min | Last month

Learn How to Thrive; Not Just Survive as a Working Mom - burst 07

"It's called a reality list in the list. And it's a way to create a do an audit to see. Are you living according to your priorities or are you living more outside that circle and kind of in the edges of life right. So what did she is in. Hr executive and some she done it with other professional plants that she said she told me paid. Here are nine items nine of life that we all spend time on. Hobbies appearance work partner. Relationships travel All the different things in life household name household chores and she listened him out and she said okay. What i want you to do is in an ideal world list out one two nine. Where would you place your time. Where would you place your energy. And at the top of my list where things like hobbies passion projects like my work. Modern mommy dock. They were travel They were self care. Things like exercise that. I love to do listening to music reading books all those things and then she said okay. Now do a reality list and say where do you actually place your time and effort and work with at the top of my list. My regular day to day work works patients. Which of course they're gonna make money make money but the second thing on my list was maintaining my home which i care nothing about. I don't want my family to live in squalor. But i also do not care about folding laundry which most most moms like in the end if they were thinking about it and be like. Oh my gosh. It's been ninety day for the wanderer during the dishes. They'd be like no. That's horrible so then you compare those lists and the pay crash. Am i spending the vast majority on time on things that actually don't matter to me where my priorities now. And where do i want them to be And i loved that you gave a lot of tips. And kind of like your blueprint of how to make your reality lists lineup more with the lists that your ideal list. I guess you would say i love. Yeah exactly. I mean. I think number one is taking care of yourself like spending time taking care of yourself so you actually know yourself and you know the things that you want. This can be when you're a young parent when you have a newborn baby and toddler and things really chaotic five minutes in the shower with no one bothering you. The door locked. This could be you know sitting on the porch listening to your airpods with some really good hip hop jams that bring you back to being in college or being in high school. This could be reading a good book. This could be taking time to have a copy with a friend right. It doesn't have to be super long. It could be really short period of time. So i tell people spend at least five minutes a day where you just have that time where you just quiet with yourself. You're just being and then trying to encourage people to take at least one hour three times a week which sometimes people the other day where my business partners my Doctor was telling you. I read that you sent the blog number. Like you're crazy might really in the entire course of a week. I believe that moms are worth one hour three times a week to do what ever they wanna do. The most important thing is just making sure that it's not about performance. Like if you love to right. Like i do great right like an amazing essay. But don't do it because you're like i really hope this gets into the new york times instead. You know write it like on. My gosh had this amazing idea and i really wanted to flush it out you know or i wanted to. You know rows national apology. Our i wanted to get a nanny petty. I wanted you talk with a friend on the phone. Whenever it is something that like will not move your life forward will not be about doing is just about being is really. The is really the tab. And then i think the other thing is taking time during your day when your lunch to be thinking about an on breaks that thing to be thinking about. Are there moments here. That i stop pause and either be in connection with other people or being connection with myself are there. Are there times that i can just make space give myself white space and give myself resume on the edges of all my appointments and all my to do list all my things that i have to get done so that i'm not feeling like i'm in this rat race all the time and i have the time to be thinking about. Am i in alignment. Or am i not align. Because that's really what it comes back to knowing yourself. Having time and effort yourself to be able to ponder and not be in a like mean coach kind of way but in a positive cheerleader way. Okay where am i. Where do i need to make. Maybe some little tweaks here to get back on track

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Canadiens Beat Golden Knights 3-2 in OT to Take 2-1 Lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Canadiens Beat Golden Knights 3-2 in OT to Take 2-1 Lead

"The Montreal Canadians made the most of all my sins vanish for game three beating the Vegas golden knights three to two in overtime Josh Anderson tied the score with less than two minutes left in regulation and buried the game winner in O. T. it looked like me we had a lot more energy than them we we came out hard and and it's kind of late tonight and in a huge game that that we need to win the hands were without head coach Dominique Ducharme who tested positives called nineteen prior to the match up assistant coach Luke Richardson field in Montreal pulled off the win despite trailing the stock department thirty to eight after forty minutes when they killed four penalties goaltender Carey price was yet again solid in this one pushing aside a total of forty three shots L. A. Larry here in Montreal

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How Are Noodles Made?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:04 min | Last month

How Are Noodles Made?

"I lying issue bill for employers or an island burlington law and life question is power noodles. Made are want to show you how to make hand pull noodle fresh pasta. That's martin yan. He's a famous chef. Who grew up in china and now lives in san francisco when he's not traveling all over. The world giving cooking demonstrations and judging competitions he also hosts a show on public. television called. Yan can cook and among the many restaurants he owns is one called m. y. china in san francisco's chinatown. So that's where we went to get an answer to hugo's question. How are noodles made. Martin yan works with an executive chef named tony wu and one of chef. Tony wounds specialties. Is that. He can make noodles by hand without any machine. That are nearly as thin as your individual strands of hair. Okay not quite that thin. But very very thin strands of pasta. This is really difficult to do. And it takes both talent and years of practice. But here's how martin. Yan describes his noodle-pulling executive chef. This is a noodle machine human noodle machine. Human noodle machine is my show tony whoo. He has been making fresh pastor when he was a young kid in china and now his tool monster in less than two minutes he can turn one piece of dough into sixteen thousand strength noodles. That's how much he can do. So when you say he can turn one of dough into sixteen thousand noodles. You're not getting it really is sixteen thousand. Not only that. He doesn't brian food. You have never seen it before now. I know you can't actually see what's happening here. But martin is going to describe it for us while chef. Tony takes one lump of dough and turns it into sixteen thousand strands of noodles. Why does he do it blindfolded. Well actually i don't really know i think it's just for fun

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I am episode2 - burst 1

Show 1

02:02 min | Last month

I am episode2 - burst 1

"Low from bulgaria. My name is luke meal. Currently i work as a qa. And in my free time. I love to go to the mountain where me my wife for the place. The place is called bounce core and fuel weeks ago we went not only me and my wife but we took our kids who is tier salt in june. He will become for years and he left the place. It was his first time. They're a real went with him into the swimming pool. Where i was trained teach seem i'm not the best swimmer but i really hope wa. He will become one One better person than me one day but Think should be going step-by-step This podcast is just for testing purposes. Not trying to aging serious. Just some little talks and see i will try to oppose it In one software so in king create my own podcast after the town to some tasting inaudible. I saw as i said. He's only for testing purposes in. If some of these listen inca these hold your police laugh too much. I'm just trying to complete the whole meets with some random information. And that's it okay. Here are the two minutes thank you.

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Durant's Sensational Performance Sends Nets to 3-2 Lead

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Durant's Sensational Performance Sends Nets to 3-2 Lead

"James harden was back in the next line up but it was Kevin Durant's triple double that led them to a one fourteen one await went over the box Duran carried the nets on his back delivering forty nine points seventeen rebounds and ten assists Jeff green also had a big night off the bench scoring twenty seven is Brooklyn took a three games to two lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals harden played all but two minutes providing five points eight rebounds and six assists in his first game since coming out of the series opener in the first minute yeah this intent to Kubo had thirty four points and twelve boards for the box to lead by sixteen at halftime before allowing seventy one points over the last two quarters I'm Dave Ferrie

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Sizing up Kyle Larson's Extraordinary Run

NASCAR on NBC

02:06 min | Last month

Sizing up Kyle Larson's Extraordinary Run

"Want to talk about. Kyle larson in this role that this guy is on. You worked with jeff. Gordon you compete against jeff gordon. The nine hundred ninety eight and this is what this reminds me of right now. That kyle larson has six consecutive races. First or second place finishes four victories. Three points races put in perspective australia. Steve what this role means because to me. It feels a lot like jeff. Gordon circa one thousand nine hundred. Well listen. so he's driving premier equipment. The hendra motorsports car seem to have the most speed in the field but the counter that is driving that against three other premier drivers right so it's easy to say it's got the fastest stuff yet but you to chase elliott william byron and alex bone to do it and oh by the way he did he drove around chase elliott with one of the most masterful gutsy all star race tight moves driving to the outside quarter panel a third lane. We had yet to see in ninety laps. So the move for the all star race was outstanding. I think kyle. I think this is the kyle larson. We all thought was out there. You can only decided but he wins in everything. He's so much talent we didn't know if it was his preparation holding him back if it was asked if it was his youth if it was his lack of mentor sh we didn't know we'll never know because it kind of all the jumbled up reset but now he's an organization with a lot of leadership. Jeff gordon you mentioned it stein in the fox booth what he's still has a role andrew motorsports rick hendrix there. Chad can houses there. We asked outs blue being us out. Hey how're the post like you said you ever met chad kind of. There's a lot of leadership around him and a lot of confidence and a lot of talent and driving great equipment and i think that's what you're seeing right the combination of the three two minutes amount of confidence. And you know we said it on our preview show. You and i both cholera and watching. Because you take that much talent with that much motivation. The timing of hendrick motorsports and what they're doing communist chevrolet and where they are in the grand scheme of things. You got this recipe for success. Now he's doing it against the defending champion on. His team is the defending champion of our series. And he's taking the fight to him

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Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four

"We turn our attention to another consensus top five. Pick former or five star prospect. Jalen green he was actually ranked second in the class of two thousand twenty. Twenty two twenty four seven sports. He's a six foot six hundred seventy eight pound nineteen year old guard from california who skipped college to play for the g. league night price of five hundred thousand dollars. He averaged seventeen point. Nine point four point one rebounds and two point eight assists in thirty two minutes per game shop forty six point one percent from field on thirteen point six tips per game. He shot thirty six point. Five percent from three on five point seven tenths per game. He was the team's leading score in best three point shooter. I've seen him as high as third in some drafts. I haven't gone forth behind k. cunningham. Jalen son evan. What more can you tell us well. Yeah he's shot. Fifty five percent from two thirty six point. Thirty six percent from three point range and sixteen games at that g. league ignite level. He does have you know yes. What more can i tell you for. Most people listening there is the allure somewhat of the unknown here. I mean only the diehard diehard nba draft have been keeping consistent tabs on jalen green whereas if he had gone to college he would quite clearly be known commodity. He would most certainly play for bruce. Pearl at auburn. Had onto college. And that would. Certainly things would have gone different. I think for the tigers last season if that had been the case green himself by the way tweeted back in may he tweeted and then subsequently deleted. Because this isn't exactly the greatest endorsement for the daily. He said i know for a fact. If i would have gone to college it would have been a different talk about. Who's going number one. He might well be right. But that's the that's the that's the status of the g. league ignite program at this point and that's to be expected by the way. But hey listen you're not gonna go number one because you didn't go to college but he got paid five hundred thousand dollars and you're going to go second third or fourth and i think that's a trade off the quite clearly jalen is comfortable with

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Conversations

"They are really could to me investor versus really protective in good with them. So whenever i did have jobs having involved families i might feel safe in our. I would allow my into their hires. Remind all the other what couple stand on the fence which is really good. A lot of the crime scenes that you attended as a police officer. Were familiar to you from your law of you. Know domestic violence or car accidents. What kind of told that take these went by what. That's what made me a really good price off so if there is such a thing as a good copper but i'm from our lived experiences. You know i've experienced. How mars jobs always attending. So i knew how to deal with. The families of the paypal was good for me saying but what did it do for you. Having a guard at i scenes again and again sorry developed. A nursery a So more was partner train. So i would come home after a bad shift and i would start from the the toll to handle on what me way. Back in the house cleaning every plane and it was a ritual and So took the uniform australia way. Is that indicated off judy. And then is the house apart and crying and paying posed my children. But i'm now on. When are we at high. I've known to debris with so i would y mild store and to sit on your bed and just some marsano be crying and telling them what sort of shit die. I had and mud aura. Think after trauma sniping which is just as well but most naked. Just pat moran. Yeah so are really bad. You know but i you needed to talk to someone. How did you what colleagues added other police officers talk to. You had any job and ones i didn't have. I don't have anymore. Once you live the place you just lose all your friendships that emerged. It's a really tight. Knit institution and they're all friends just. Hr the so if someone leaves. I haven't heard from one copy yet. One of my former might are which is sad. Because i'm so main aren't whether uniform minimal basu hold those same integrity and ethics. I was subjected to a lot of racism and blaming in the job. I was told by place. Oh who wrote in a science coordinator it has women or black paper. What will they shelter friendship. Yeah that tefa which is good ones or appreciate attributes. Darn spoke up is to ones. We're going to be careful with anyone. You could complain to anyone higher. Up the chain yeah. I did put him several compliance more. Especially when i witnessed on place brutality towards my paypal and it was one incident. Never show my own in the community was handcuffed then kicked in about the headboard this one place officer while wearing place birds So immediately after that. I the put in a complaint against him to the child of my section and it went nowhere near knife. You keep ring comprised to until is your ostracize and asked to know that you know everyday was relentless for me sir. Brain of black single mother and a woman always minority and so many aspects. So if i were to someone who had hadn't worked before. Because i used to train police officers that just come out of the academy. Well i'm for it. And i i didn't know may i've in the first two minutes of working moving and it could have been in the week or or it could be pain. Muscle kitting up and learning f. r. And tell them that was original and wanna hear any throws about my paypal..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Conversations

"They are really could may me investor versus really protective in good with them. So whenever i did have jobs having involved families i might feel safe in our. I would allow my into their hires. Remind all the other what couple stand on the fence which is really good. A lot of the crime scenes that you attended as a police officer. Were familiar to you from your law of you. Know domestic violence or car accidents. What kind of told that take these went by what. That's what made me a really good price off so if there is such a thing as a good copper but i'm from our lived experiences. You know. I've experienced mars jobs always attending so i knew how to deal with. The families of the paypal was good for me saying but what did it do for you. Having a guard. I scenes again and again sorry. Developed a nursery a So more was partner train. So i would come home after a bad shift and i would start from the the toll to handle on what me way. Back in the house cleaning every plane and it was a ritual and So took the uniform australia way. Is that indicated off judy. And then is the house apart and crying and paying posed my children. But i'm now on. When are we at high. I've known to debris with so i would y mild store and to sit on your bed and just some marsano be crying and telling them what sort of shit die. I had and mud aura. Think after trauma sniping which is just as well but most naked. Just pat moran. Yeah so are really bad. You know but i you needed to talk to someone. How did you what colleagues added other police officers talk to. You had any job and ones i didn't have. I don't have anymore. Once you live the place you just lose all your friendships that emerged. It's a really tight. Knit institution and they're all friends just. Hr the so if someone leaves. I haven't heard from one copy yet. One of my former are which is sad. Because i'm so main aren't whether uniform minimal basu hold those same integrity and ethics. I was subjected to a lot of racism and blame them in the job. I was told by place. Oh who wrote in a science coordinator. It has women or black paper. What will they shelter friendship. Yeah that tefa which is good ones or appreciate attributes. Darn spoke up is to ones. We're going to be careful with anyone. You could complain to anyone higher. Up the chain yeah. I did put him several compliance more. Especially when i witnessed on place brutality towards my paypal and it was one incident. Never show my own in. The community was handcuffed then kicked in about the headboard this one place officer while she was wearing boots So immediately after that. I the perot put in a complaint against him to the child of my section and it went nowhere near knife. You keep ring comprised the until others your ostracize and asked to know that you know everyday was relentless for me sir. Brain of black single mother and a woman always minority in so many aspects. So if i were to someone who had hadn't worked before. Because i used to train police officers that come out of the academy. Well i'm for it. And i i didn't know i in the first two minutes of working moving and it could have been in the week or or it could be pain. Muscle kitting up and learning f. r. And tell them that was original..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Total assist for Kentucky was seven. Turnovers. 15. You know? When you score 67 points if you only get seven assists out of them, and I believe five of them were in that first two minutes or 10 minutes. I think they played 30 minutes with only two assists. When that happens. I mean, you're not gonna be anybody. Let's just how That's just how it goes. There were some individual issues. I mean, I think Isaiah Jackson being in foul trouble, really hardest as it was four for four. He had three blocks in five boards. He did really well on defense protected the rim. Him He was a big hit was a big deal. But you know, he's got to find a way to stay on the court. I mean, we We continue to have an issue. With him and foul trouble. I thought one of the fouls of his was bogus, but the others were fouls and he's just got to find a way to stay on the court. Cal may have waited a little long to put him back in Regardless that hurt. But then I think the biggest issue is except for Davion Mits, who played 39 minutes. I'm not sure anybody else. Really play great topping. Your top and had a few good minutes. But here's my problem with top and you went from about eight minute mark to the four minute mark, where he was her only a huff. It's and you can't win like that. I mean, I like Jacob Topping, but he is not. Clear out and give it to him. Win games, so but I don't blame him. I blame the other folks. I mean, I blame Honestly, you know, BJ Boston. You're You're good. You've gotta like, wanna shoot in the last 10 minutes. It did not looked like to me. He wanted to take a shot. I blame Olivier Sorr man. You got to get better. You got to get better post position down low and you gotta demand the ball. The offense is better when he touches it. And then I think you got to throw some blame to Devon. Ask you who played just hopeful the entire game. And Cheon Brooks ask you in Brooks. Both were just terrible. The entire gate. Cale called Brooks out by name, which he rarely does. He should've called, ask you out, too, because they both were really bad. And it's gonna be very difficult to win when you have really two players. Three if you count Jackson, but he only played 16 minutes two players playing a lot of minutes and mints and top and really playing at their best. Two guys in asking member explain terribly and then the others just there. So Kentucky loses. I think we'll look back and say the game changed when they went zone. They put a 32 zone that we just had no answer for us. Very smart coaching move because basically in a 32 zone, you are You're daring the team to beat you at the mid range and at the post and We didn't have we tried. I mean, if you if you remember to start the second half we went a lot of mid range. Brooks. Ask you in Boston. I think they had four or five shots at the free throw line and missed all of them and by missing them that crushed us trying to go against that defense. SAR was not able to post up Jackson was not able to stay out of foul trouble, and we just had nothing for him offensively, and Kentucky should have made some adjustments. They didn't but even down the stretch Europe one with four minutes to go So part of my frustration is Europe one for months ago, you have you still have a chance to win? And they only got two shot two good shots in the last four minutes. Man's had two open threes. He missed him. We can't expect him to hit all of them. He said. A bunch this year he missed him. But if in four minutes you only get two good shots. You're not gonna win. And then I don't know what was happening on that Last point. It looked to me. Like Ask you. The plan was a pick and pop with ask you immense with meant setting the pick. And then a throwback.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:19 min | 7 months ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"As I said earlier on the program also went smoothly. I also got a 5% discount for paying encrypted. That's nice. I like sweet while some so let's go to your calls and thoughts right away. We have Bill calling Bill. You wanted it. We'll go ahead. You're on free talk about Yeah. Hi, there. Hi, guys. That build Domenico. So listen, I'm gonna sing live from front of Newmarket Police department. Right now. We're one of the people who were in the group of eight of us or so seven or eight, protesting in front of the Governor's mansion as his Excellency, is the mansion here in new Fields Tonight Block Was this the candlelight vigil? It was the candlelight vigil. It turned out that candlelight is not allowed. So we got there seven o'clock and ready for a silent candlelight vigil. I had some battery operated candles. And the cops immediately came over. There was a least a dozen state troopers. I'm sorry. That was the least about 20 state troopers Because there was 11 cars. Okay? More than has ever been here. I think by far They had that they had the generator Light's tower going in the center of the cold attack. They immediately came over to us because just as we got out of our cars, they didn't even let us approach and they said we could not have a candlelight vigil they would consider that picketing. And so you can imagine that conversation's, uh, thinking India, Of course, the First Amendment protected activity. Yeah, well, this is like in the first two minutes of arriving. Okay, well, basically surrounded by cops, and they're telling us we can't do this. And so, uh, The remainder of the people. Who were they after the vigil was showed up about five minutes late so that they got there They were started walking up. And there was a bunch of discussion going on with the cops. Finally they came to the agreement that Uh, We could. Keep moving. We couldn't walk in circles around the cul de sac. Oh, by the way, they gave everybody a copy of the will. If they offered it, I didn't take it. They gave everybody a copy of the Of the new ordinance. Yeah, I actually have that article up for show prep today. You're referring to the article where or the ordinance where they've decided to pass an ordinance prohibiting political protests outside of his Excellency, Governor Sununu's house. Wow. So they started picketing. They're not actually calling it political protest, but we know that's what it is right. So after they told us, they said, we could. What? We couldn't walk just around the circle. Continually. We couldn't walk past the government's house repeatedly or that would be targeting his house. Even though they also told us he wasn't home. So they asked what we could do. And they said we could walk down the street. Turn around, come back, make a loop around the circle and then walk down the street again. So we said, OK, we'll do that. We walk down the street. We went down about six or eight houses until we were out of sight of the governor's house. We turned around we came back. This is basically in silence. We're just talking amongst yourselves quietly. How many people we get back to the cul de sac and the cops were there to greet us again. How many people we can't come? Come, come, come around the color sack again. Especially said you just told us we could, and there's a little paved pathway that goes between the houses to goes to country store. Right. So we asked if we could go to the country store. And they will reluctantly said, Yeah, you can, but you got to keep moving. So the eight of us started was formed. Four. We were in two groups because it's just a gold narrow pathway. Okay for four went ahead and then I was on the second floor. And they told us we could go to the country store and we could come back that way and then go down the street again. So that's we proceeded to do we got about 100 ft. We won't even pass the governor's backyard. We were like parallel with it. And a bunch of maybe 10 officers came over and they said Stop, so they were and they were like 10, more officers hiding in the governor's backyard. No, that came from the left hand side. Okay, all right, And they stopped the group. That was the lead group which was about 20 ft ahead of me. And they said We're going to give you a ticket because you want what? You know. Basically, you weren't moving fast enough. Did they tell you how fast you were supposed to be walking to catch up with them s so there's there's a walking speed limit or something much more cops came up the past. And we were basically kettle did in the air between two groups of cops flanked. Yeah. Okay. So then the skylights the guy named Skyler. I don't really know him, but he had a camera. And, uh, they definitely didn't like him and they told him they were gonna give him a ticket, and he said he would take a ticket and they gave him a ticket. And while this is happening Uh, 12. More cruises came in and a big convoy. Way, so they were already circle with bruises. So they were already what s O a couple dozen police cars. Yes, there was probably Let's see 12 20, maybe somewhere between 20 and 24 police cars for eight people. Have you noticed how none of us have this kind of concern paid this kind of attention paid to us when something is bothering us. His Excellency must be really special. You're gonna love this. We're all stuck up here in the On the side passed. And then the new police group of Cops that show up this dozen. They're all in fluorescent yellow jackets. Plastic face feels with batons and they just come up. You know how they do it before across three rows boxed him. Don't Bill. You're still you're still here. You You're still here, Bill. You can't say the s word on the air. Oh, should I say that? You did. I just dumped you. And I'm keeping you on because I.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:51 min | 10 months ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A lot of people have been waiting for this night. So let's get going. Our first subject is the Supreme Court. President Trump You nominated Amy Cockney baron over the weekend to succeed the light. Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the court. You say the Constitution is clear about your obligation and the Senate's To consider a nominated the court vice President Biden you say that this is an effort by the president and Republicans to jam through an appointment and what you call An abuse of power. My first question to both of you tonight. Why are you right and made the argument you make and your opponent wrong. And where do you think? Justice Barritt would take the court. Resident Trump on this for a segment. You go first two minutes. Thank you very much. Chris. I will tell you very simply, we won the election. Elections have consequences. We have the Senate. We have the White House and we have a phenomenal nominee respected by all top top academic good in every way. Good in every way. In fact, some of her biggest Endorsers are very liberal people from Notre Dame and other places, so I think she's going to be fantastic. We have plenty of time. Even if we did it after the election itself. I have a lot of time after the election, as you know. So I think that she will be outstanding. She's going to be as good as anybody that has served on that court. We really feel that we have a professor at Notre Dame, highly respected by all said she's the single greatest Student he's ever had has been a professor for a long time in a great school. And we just We won the election and therefore we have the right to choose her and very few people knowingly would say otherwise. And by the way, the Democrats they wouldn't even think about not doing it. If they had. The only difference is they try and do it faster. There's no way they would give it up. They had married Garland. But the problem is they didn't have the election, so they were stopped. And probably that would happen in reverse. Also, definitely what happened Reverse so we won the election and we have the right to do it, Chris President Trump. Thank you. Same question to your vice President Biden, you have two minutes. First of all, thank you for doing this and looking forward to this, Mr President. I, uh American people have a right to have a say in who the Supreme Court nominee is that say, occurs when they vote for a United States senators and when they vote for the president of states. They're not going to get that chance now because we're in the middle of an election already, election has already started. Tens of thousands of people have already voted. So the thing that should happen is we should wait. We should wait and see what the outcome of this election is because that's the only way the American people get to express. Their view is by who they elect as president, who they elect as vice president now. What's at stake here is the president made it clear he wants to get rid of the affordable care act. He's been running on that he ran on that and he had been governing on that. He's in the Supreme Court right now trying to get rid of the affordable care act, which will strip 20 million people from having insurance health insurance. Now, if if they goes into court and And the justice and I have nothing. I'm not opposed to the justices, and she seems like a very fine person. But she's written before she went in the bench, which is her right as she thinks that the affordable care act it's not constitutional. The other thing is on the court and struck down what happens. Women's rights are fundamentally changed. Once again, a woman could be helped pay more money because she has a pre existing condition of pregnancy were able. They're able to charge woman Mohr for the same exact procedure, Manda Gets and that ended when we in fact passed the affordable care act. And there's 100. Million people have pre existing conditions and they'll be taken away as well. Those pre existing conditions. The insurance company's gonna love this. And so it's just not appropriate to do this before this election if he wins the election, and the Senate is Democrat or Republican Then he goes forward. If not, we should wait until February. There are 100 million people with preexisting conditions. As faras, the say is concerned the people already had their say they Okay, Justice, Ginsburg said very powerfully very strongly at some point. 10 years ago or so, she said. A president and the Senate is elected for a period of time. But the president selected for four years were not elected for three years. I'm not elected for three years. So we have the Senate. We have a president elected to the next during that period of time during that period of time. We have an opening. I'm not elected for three years. I'm elected for four years and actually, guardians, Little Joe. 100 Million people is totally wrong. I don't know where you get that number. The bigger problem that you have is that you're going to extinguish 180 million people with their private health care that they're very simply not true. Well, you said you were going to socialist. I'm going just socially now. And gentlemen, we're now into open discussion. Discussion discussion. Yes, I great. Had Vice Prez number one. He He knows that what I proposed What I proposed, is that we expand obamacare. And we increase it. We do not wipe any and one of the big debates we had with 23 of my colleagues trying to win the nomination that I won were saying that Biden wanted to allow people have private insurance still They can They do? They will under my proposal. What would you say that and it's not. What party is. That is simply party. Doesn't say your party wanted to go Socialist. My party is socialist right now. I am And they're going to dominate you, Joe. You know that I am the Democratic party right now. The platform of the data core is what I in fact approved off what I approved of now Here's the deal. The deal is that is gonna wipe out pre existing condition. By the way, the 2200 million 200,000 people that have died on his watch there. How many of those have survived their seven million people has contracted covert. What does it mean for them Going forward? If you strike down the affordable care act until you've had 308,000 military people dying because you couldn't provide him proper healthcare in the military. So don't tell me about happy to talk about And if you were here, you kill 100. It would be two million people because you were very late on the draw unit over Japan, China. Which was heavily infected. You don't want me have been alright. Gentlemen weighs heavily in president. You would have been much later. Just a problem Later, Mr Price took about two million people moderator way We're going to talk about covert in the next segment, but well ahead, let me finish. The point is that the president also is opposed to Roe v. Wade. That's on the ballot as well in the court in the court, and so that's also at stake right now. And so the election is all you know it's on the palate. Why's it in the ballot because Why isn't it in the ballot? It's on the ballot scoring seven. The court. Well, there's nothing happening there. Donald would. You just don't know her view on Roe v. Wade? I don't love you. Well, all right, All right, Let's talk. I would We got a lot to unpack here, gentlemen, We got a lot of times on health care on But then we'll come back to Roe v. Wade. All right, Mr President. The Supreme Court will hear Case a week after the election in which the Trump administration along with 18, State attorneys general are seeking toe overturn. That's right..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You know that's what would see me relay yeah i quickly this could be self serving i quickly go to you're getting that stuff out in a way way way way never before seen and very effective an exciting way i get really jazzed if you watched there's a youtuber compilation i've watched many times actually it's called russell brand awake and being or something yeah i remember when i wrote that a russell brand awaken being unfair tax that'd be a very self said i wouldn't i wouldn't oh you didn't uploaded but i wondered if you ever saw i have 'cause that night with zeke and i think vegan a pop call people really i think so i think one of something once a vegan popcorn when i go to three of four week otherwise a beacon park cars pay i'm not fucking livia 'cause you don't wanna waste one foot on a car and jump over a turkey sandwich but i wanna tell you declined meat dairy you wanna sleep over it i matt now yeah she fucking forget gio and yes and i told me about that away commanding so i do know about it and then it really good in a moment of this we've lost the compliment though is that you're like you're down with the one that's man like i'm having i have a really hard time i wonder if you do too so here comes the question i really hard time finding even in l a's land of the new most people will go up to the wall but very few people go over the wall and i'm not even claiming like man i'm just saying they won't even imagined the possibility that there at do you know what i'm saying yes i do know is saying slowdown out loud that's real that's great big game how come we condemn any one individually for indoctrination is occurring culturally in like we can't kamli is like these and i think as compassion that we should food selves and wanna not the first year that is embedded in now is off the very off this but we're looking at the world where it's probably easier tonight on the middle you'll laugh when i think about the dramas if my family of urging ordinary though they were that it's hard for me to have a well i wonder sometimes why is there so much hate in the relationship with my mother probably because of that vagina obsession on october first two minutes overall department enrolled on that surely you've you've already run it down i was at my mom my dad is precisely because why you know the construction we like moody moody says you are more than just a vessel for come set they said i you know the people start dropping stuff into us conception to us before and i'm aware of it were doing it in my kids like oh my god i'm training them now for my inconvenience i'm training them to not be in the presence i'm training and look at the screen training to eat sugar i'm doing all these things i'm so fundamentally opposed to well you know i think that like you know it's easier to another level of family that the reason it's like maybe malta used a a slightly afraid what triggering to be around you're mother and father and why so seems to you is because they give you that you're looking at them we is is it's not actually you when i think of trying to get over jealousy or trying to get over drug addiction and turn the gathering adequacy an insecurity is not i need to get over insecurities back need to get over the thing the even feels insecurity now communication with the yes whippy insecure very belief that there is a shelf nothing that you're saying about the death is a beautiful and blissful thing and there's a wiccan stein quote if you are a ton early in the present then you if you're continually in the prison then you leaving a tendency living nintendo now the reason that this is a millionaire now journey started when he died private attorney where else could be but in the beginning and we all agree on that the mystic like stories feel it but everyone agrees i know there's different series on which way infinity goes and how the universe is there over lane on each other and i i can't explain those things but we all typically agree the concept of infinity and that's fucking great i love that i heard you say that all of religion and spirituality in love is is about union and i was like fucking hey right that's why i get so excited when i hear science talking about the same thing i'm talking.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That's good stuff. Mclovin. Goodstuff? Speaking of comedy last night. Fritzy was on stage. And he did is had five minutes. They said you gotta do a tight five minutes. Do you want our reviews or do you want to have your review? I of how you did. I would like to hear what you guys have to. I no, I'm gonna make you. So how do you think you did last? I'm gonna play a couple of clips of fritzy gonna stand up last night. I thought it went better than the previous ones, especially in New York and LA I felt a bit more relaxed this time around I had some legitimate moments and laughs where there was actual jokes there over great. But it wasn't necessarily meant to be funny. It was just a little throwing because he was Super Bowl week to show. My poetry. It wasn't meant to be funny. A couple of clever lines in there. But I didn't write it expecting. Hilarity to ensue not many comedians get on stage to do something that's not going to be funny. But my but because I'm a very rookie. And I don't even call myself a comedian some comedy comedy mission accomplished last night. Then I basically I just put the dagger myself before you guys got a chance to say how quiet it was in a poetry jam there. Unique. Who knows maybe you're all of a sudden some agent from net flicks. I liked the poem you have. Okay. Give you for you. Give yourself a great. I'm going to say. A B. Do you really believe that? Or do you think that it was going gonna say? Bring it down to a beat. Because I use the minute of those five minutes to read a poem, which was if anything clever, but not something people would like laugh at. Nick levin. I'll let you go with your review. Fritzy, I would give it an A. If I was visiting a doctor and giving a full diagnostic reporter, my health issues because the first few minutes was a thorough rundown of every possible. She had last three minutes. I would give an a the first two minutes to see. Okay. So that averages out to A B C. O'connor? I think that taking Minneapolis out of it. Right. That was that was a home field advantage for him. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That taking that out of it. This is by far the best Todd has ever done. Okay. So Caroline's was a disaster nightmare. The comedy store in Los Angeles. Bordered on being a disaster which had deliberately skipped actually because I just couldn't relive it. Again. I was there. I can confirm Mossel nightmare. Okay. This Todd last night compared to those two events crushed absolutely crush. He actually I was so proud of him because he actually put in punch lines there were actual jokes in there. Okay. People laughed at it was amazing. Okay. And the grade you would give him last night would be I would give him an a. That might be a little too kind. Maybe more like a B. But I thought he did really well. Well, we're grading on a curve resembled a comic. And it was like this is fantastic. Okay. I've been thinking about this a lot, and I'm going to be very very honest, or you can just be honest. You want to be very very just on the first two minutes. He was shot out of a cannon. And it felt like he was in a race to tell a story that wasn't funny and no fats. I'm just saying that's what it felt like he was racing to tell the story of his. C-pap issues in sleep issues, and he never hit any comedic pauses to let people laugh, I don't know much about comedy. But I know what I see da, da, da, da, da, da like Dennis Miller would go, and you know, and people would laugh, and then he would do the next time Brits, he never pause to give people a chance to laugh at his lines. He asked a slowdown in the first few minutes. If you take out the first two minutes, he started hitting his stride in the last three or four minutes. And he had a couple of people are laughing at spoken funded himself. If he purposely got his leg twisted in the court on the way out that's genius. But I don't think he did at the end. There was one funny thing that eaten are sitting next to each other at the club. They tell you. If you go too long, they play this light light, lightning one more minute. And if you go way too long, they play you off the stage with this song. This is. So this is. Nya Enya the least appealing song at a comedy club. And you're having senile please on. Play on play the song. We're hoping for because then we would have played this anytime. Fritzy spoke at all on this show. He didn't get it though in classic Todd for its fashion. It was it was so fritzy it was perfect. He gets up there in my mind, he crushes he did so well and then he the damn microphone cord. Bringing the bags and he gets caught in the cord and three times. Ladies. Behind. Took me four times. Damn it felt like somebody Chevy. Chase. Would you on purpose? Areas. Like the guy bring up the next guy. The first two minutes. He has to slow down. What grade would you give him? Oh, man. I'm going to give him a c minus. He has to do this every week back home every week back home. If he wants to do it. I'm gonna give you B minus because it takes guts to get up there and takes guts to get up there with material. That's not funny. And. And so. But a lot of courage to stick with those same crappy. It does like you're committed to that material. And but it does take guts to get up there and do it, and you were very few. I thought you'd had like four mountain dews by the time you got up there you were shot out of a cannon. And I just wanted to actually go out there and just grab you and say take a deep breath and settled down. And then once once you started then you slow down a little bit. And then the pacing was better. And then, you know, then it was funny. Here's a couple of clips from fritzy last night at the laughing skull. This is pretty talking about his lovely mother. You have a lot of these health issues and stuff and you try to get pets. But my my mom because she was very neurotic growing up every little thing. It looks for some support from if I had like a little finger a normal mama say don't worry about it. Or your dad was said just put band on. I'm sure it's my automotive. That is actually. We gotta take your doctor right away. I'm just looking for some comfort from my mom. I don't know. What that is. It got some kind of tumors some kind of growth, so she's very nuts. I moved to LA after I graduate NYU. So this is this is my mom for you. So there's a young lady friend, you know, I've been working on trying to get into with for several weeks. She comes over to my house renting and Playa del Rey, California. And all of a sudden the answering machine goes off. I don't know where you are. I don't know. What's happened on assuming you're dad? Call me back. Pulling her back. Prepared to see your face on the milk cartons in the supermarkets and because I called earlier that day. So if I don't call my mom, and I'm forty nine years old. It's kind of sad that I don't call her every single day that she thinks that died or something something horrible happens. But that's what she's a she's not like that. Okay. But you're gasping for air to your mean, you're talking fat a nervous, overweight, and I'm trying to make sure I say, what's on my mind. And I had a tight you minutes to get it all in and you add all that up being Zaidi and not being physically fit and knowing that at any moment they're gonna play that song. I'm like just going a mile a minute to make sure I get everything done guys. Who were heavy were funnier usually exceptions. Okay. But every overweight person is remember when Jonah hill was a little heavy. He was really funny then he lost weight. And then. Yeah. Belushi. John candy. I'm not morbidly obese. I could lose. Treadmill? A couple more times a week. As far as the humor waivers. I'm just explaining what was going on there. I was out of breath because rushed I need more cardio. And I was nervous. And all those things up to talking. We we are out of breath watching you be out of breath, which is not conducive to laughter. If you're feeling like, I don't I can't catch my breath to laugh. Yes. So I think that Todd's pacing, and he was talking so fast was sort of exacerbated Andrew if that's the right word by the guy before him who his pace was like Super Bowls in town. Anybody here for the Super Bowl, Stephen right out of delivery. All of a sudden. Like, whatever. And you're like, oh my gosh. No, I found the first three guys were awesome. And I got really scared for Todd. And then the next time was okay. Then Todd went the three Africa were were not good at all touted dominated them. He was way funnier than me. It's true. The two guys who followed Todd Todd away. I mean, they had not a laugh arable guy who followed you took a shot at you. I didn't hear about imagine following that. It felt like he was giving you cool so nice. Everybody backstage. I was shaking hands with all the other communities..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"But we were playing a tribute song. That's some idiot wrote about her. And her baby on the show and Megan Jimmy will laughing so hard at this and making up our own words that was so heinous and repugnant, and we will crying laughing. Now. Of course, you look at the situation, and there's nothing funny that could come out of that. But in the proper context, I'm sorry. There is you can make jokes about things and races. The same thing. Sexualities the same thing. It doesn't mean you're advocating beating someone up when you make a joke about, you know, the fifties one husband dinners cold, so she's got two black eyes. There's just a a part of our humor. That thinks unbelievably heinous stuff can be funny. And to think we can weed that out because we're so amazing now in twenty eight team is bullshit. I funny. He's funny. The reason why I'm look here with you guys is because I think kill myself as a kid, I found my mother dead. I was sixteen years old, and I'm gonna tell you something, right? Fucking now. That would I crack the I joke with the first two minutes of picking up her arm Jesus. I cracked the joke to myself. I he aided the pain by twenty five minutes right cracking that joke asks what you left back in the seventh grade. For three years and Intel my mother. I forged my report cards. I would walk a different way every day at Venturi. I would have had to sit my mother down when they and tell my I got left back in the seventh grade. She was already starting to ask me what colleges are you looking at all Mike, I still had a year too. So I still had a I was a sop. She thought I was a junior. So I had a year you. That's brilliant. I went downstairs I found her picked up on who was purple. I call the cops. I said nine one one my mother's non responsive or something that was not. And I'm looking at it going. I knew she'd never find that. I got about. And I still remember that moment. Yeah. Yeah. There was no comedy in mind. I have a dream of being a comic. That's how I relieve that there. I was talking to a friend of money drives a cab, and we drove past the Chinese restaurant. We would dine in dash out of this. Chinese restaurants called the Mike guy. We would dash all this motherfucker once a month. I had the one bartender would just give them fives blows garage job. There was a Chinese. You gave him a five and you go come in. He bent his neck over you. Go. This is racist. From gray Garate chapel. Forget one that me and my three guerrilla buddies with Emily, Richie vantage check this guy. Bob, Banton deacon thorough. They. Man, just thinking on the karate chop. Seventeen. I and they knew we walked in there. Leith day knew that had the zone defense playing against us things you we were gonna eat and run out of that. Now, never because the kid said it to me they picked a cabdriver without the Tara. And I hadn't picked me up and take me down to the cemetery to bring flowers my mother's friends as a kid. He knows the road hoping. But we're talking about the time we ran out of the Mike guy and how we get the front door the door was closed. We turn all the Chinese there and DD had to check with his hand through threw up at the end. He goes with the dishes. It was just like instantly. Like there was no poor on. That's great nothing. It was a way to alleviate detention. Right, right. Yeah. Sometimes something happens. And you write a joke, and it's not it's going to work for you on stage to kill fiv. But it's also a period joke. It's only gonna work for a certain period. You put it up on to it. It's a great fucking joke..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"Showing up every day, and they're all these little logistical details. Associated with building a new habit that nobody really thinks about like whenever we think about new habit or some kind of goal that we wanna accomplish Roy's folks on the outcome or I trying to optimize for the finish line. We think about you know, in your example, the, you know, the great song that wanted produce. Or we think about making six figures next year or losing forty pounds of the next six months. It's always focused on the the end goal finish line. But instead, I think we should authorize for the starting line not the finish line. And by doing that by scaling down to the first two minutes and making it as easy as possible you start to figure out a lot of these logistical details. They don't think about beforehand like if you're, you know, say for example, I had a reader who. He ended up losing over hundred pounds and one of the ways they did it was that he went to the gym. But he didn't allow himself to stay for longer than five minutes. So he would go show up do like a couple, you know, exercise or something. And once it minutes, we leave and it is for the first six weeks, and it sounds like he's not really doing anything. But you fail to realize that they're only questions you have to answer when you're starting to have it like, okay, I'm gonna go to the gym. What gym I go to? How will I get there? What what road lie take pathway follow? Am I gonna meet a friend? They're going by myself what time of day, I'm gonna go. Do I need to get my gym bag ready before I go to work or can I get mentioned Plymouth road. And like all of those little things that you don't think about because you're just thinking about the outcome that you want. They kind of become these points of friction, and if you make it as easy as possible in just focus on the first two minutes or in his case the first five minutes, then you can get all that stuff figured out. And then by the time you turn around like six weeks later news like coming here. All the time. I don't feel like doing something more, and that's like the complete opposite of how most people build haven't. You know, most people like are do in saying the European idea. X join across the gym reduce something like really intense because all motivated I wanna get shaved. And then it starts feel like a hassle 'cause the workout is the hassle all the logistics hassle. And suddenly, you know, it's like there's too much friction that burn out after a week or two. And so a my recommendations scale down to the first two minutes get the haven't established and master the art of showing up, and then you have the chance to optimize improved from there. But if if you if you don't show up each day than you know, the the option to to get better, anyway, no, that's great advice in. That's definitely something. I found is when I was trying to do in our a day at least there'd be days where a new I wouldn't hit that our. So I would just not do anything or just wouldn't feel up to doing an hour. So I wouldn't do anything. But when I lowered that to fifteen minutes than I would always show up the the fifteen minutes. In. That would always usually go past an hour, which was great. So. Yeah, that's that's fantastic advice..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Can get eight craft beers for just two thousand five packaging posting. So that is I like to do things where you get something back kids. That's what I'm getting. Nothing out of this. Anyway. So he's and also don't forget my new book. Emergency questions is out on October the fourth twenty eighteen. If you watching this in the future is available, there's a thousand one two minutes to question please by and then they might let me go on the telly. On the on the tally. Sells really well. They might have become the tally, here's you don't get him being out. It's just me, it's so anyway. I've been living in the countryside for a year now living in Hartford, it would sort of getting used to it now before I moved to the country. So I had this prejudice idea that ever lived. There would just be obsessed with Bayden 's and dog shit. But now I've lived there for a year. I have realized that those things are very important, so is I am. I'm very obsess. I'm annoyed I'm annoyed don't pick up that doctor. I've got dog and wherever the dog does, she I pick it up with a black bag. I'm not sick. I put it in the bin. I lost the people who really annoy me in the countryside and the village where I live, you know who you are. If you're listening to the people who pick up that dog shit put in the bag and then hanged the back in the tree. Fuck is going on. You've done the difficult big. Well, I put on a wool taking to pay what the fuck is wrong with you people. There's someone in this audience is one of those people. Wondering if why you gal from picking up on going to carry around as well. Dumb. My pay is worse. At least the Doak shit will disappear eventually fuckers. Anyway, I have a new mission. I've been walking the dog of a really big failed. It takes about twenty five minutes to walk around this conference of it says massive and it started annoy me that was kind of loss of stones on the path. So I started picking the stones up in throwing them aside, and I decided this very Stony soil failed. And I feel sorry for the farmers I've decided in the next however long left. I've got two times a day. I walked the dog. I'm going to try and move all the stones off that failed. I'm just throwing them. He be pickled into the site just into the long grass and hedgerows, but I record about do that low enough, all will grow. And that's because I feel like know what the being comedian. It's not it's an ephemeral thing. Laughter is just there and it's gone. Sometimes it's not even there and. But like a wall that will survive that many generations. And there's a pro I did. I've been doing a week. I would say I have moved two thousand five hundred stone so far. I don't think anyone has. No, I'm doing yet. There's no wall. Yeah. And then failed. Looks exactly the same. I'm not sure either wherever the former wants the field Tableau this. It might be good for growing piece to have loads of stones in the soul. I don't care. I don't care if inconveniences the pharma is my mission now, and I'm going to see that through. And if not, my kids will carry on, I'm not tell anyone wanting to and nobody knows what I'm doing. Let's go. Why is the field so clean stones who made that war? And then eventually some our word or get out there, call it the herring wall. That's, that's just that's why. And got new book mainly because I've lost one I was using before. I must be somewhere in the house. The Wookey one has gone by Dr Fay to one that suck onto the dark sites because I, I hate Star Wars. So I, I bought the Duff I don't. I, I want to be killed. So I I want to be chopped off. I cheat that Bill was good because I like fade. I didn't like the faded to that to become good again. I'm really watched it so anyway. Anyway, my I guess and says, I am so excited about this. Absolutely. One of my favorite living offers so far. Let's see if he gets through the nights. He's best known as the rights of the essay. I shit my pants in the south of France. That's why we. He incredible Jonathan Ames..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"If you set your workout clothes the out the night before, it's now easier to get into the work out the next day, but doing all that stuff to make it easy to show up. That is probably the more important piece early on. There's also like all these. They're always logistical details for building a habit that nobody thinks about in the beginning. Like what? Well, like take the example of my reader who went to the gym, it's like, okay, what or are you going to go to? How are you going to get there? Are you going by yourself or you're going to go with friend? Do you need to what time you gonna get? Yeah. What time are you going to have your own water bottle or is there water fountain at the gym and that stuff. Sounds like silly and small but parties, right? Yeah. The fact that like, oh, the gym doesn't have a water fountain in. I always forget to bring my own. That's enough friction for someone to quit. So by focusing on just the first two minutes, you figure all that stuff out. And then once you've got that piece master, now you can worry about how long the workout is, what program and all that stuff. So figuring out the logistics, I is an important step. I think that's something that just comes naturally with scaling a habit down. If you figure out what's required show up because you're not worried about the results or the outcome, or how long you worked out or judging yourself for, you know, for running thirty minutes when he should have run forty five or what. Okay. So this is the response still. Right. Okay. What's the fourth fourth one? And this is crucial for getting a habit to stick is the reward for the outcome. So every behavior is followed by some kind of outcomes, basic cause and effect. And if the immediate outcome is favorable is enjoyable. You have a reason to repeat it in the future. It's kind of like doughnuts. Yeah, exactly, right. It's like that example, if you feel good, if you feel satisfied right after you do something, then it's like this positive emotional signal and it's like, yeah, I should do this again. Yeah. So you can see this actually businesses. A really interesting example at this. There are a lot of products. Some of the most successful products have some type of immediate satisfaction that is layered into them. So toothpastes very common example. There's no reason to paste needs to taste like mint, but it does because the Minty flavor and the refreshing this of it, it makes your gives your mouth is clean, feel it's more satisfying. So you have a reason to do it in the future. I heard an interesting one recently about car manufacturers that some of them are. Adding a fake guttural roar to the car, the truck when you press the accelerator because it just adds to the actual natural son of the engine. So it makes it more satisfying to step on the gas into drive the car. So there a variety of examples like this, but if you can add in the key is it needs to be immediate. It's like, this is. In the book I refer to the says, the cardinal rule of the change, which is behaviors that are immediately rewarded get repeated behaviors that are immediately punished get avoided, and it's really about the speed of how quickly you feel successful..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on Zealot

Zealot

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on Zealot

"Ever. Have you got any random facts that we. Both of all the board of education was favors. The board of education had engraved on it. Board of education be punished. Pedal to hit people in case you cut it out. But yeah, the board of education had written on it, spare the road, spoil the child, and then whatever the Bob bible that's diamond because I can really stink just written like how Calvin would thirty anything. It has a night. Any sand is home by things he did. It would yes of cracked it again. Something. But yeah, they, they would PayPal until their own cultures and then keep going children like ten eleven year old kids that could people. He's a bad guy, just him he's photo is obviously as well. They were holding the kid down. Was Tony heating. Didn't blame followers because they just frightened pay year. Speaking of bustards. Listen to just listen to a smattering of radio Simmons, but the all type terms, the tight ones. And there's one that couldn't resist lease to the first five minutes of one of seventeen parts of evil. One world government agents claiming to be United States agents because his. No, I think it's the Vatican still. Okay. He's latest stuff became it was still about God, but it was so much about the government, but Beck around Janet. Reno was the attorney general in the states at the time of Waco, and she was the one that finally say, okay, send in the feds storm. And he's doing a sermon about her and it's this isn't the first two minutes of part one of the series. And he says, Janet, Reno is interview on sixty minutes telling us all in the world, this Lisbon, what a Kulti's isn't that something a lesbian telling us what a cult? He's, I don't know what he's implication is. There does the think lesbianism is a cult. Does like watching. I don't understand the point. He's make you coat. Been the scene. Jatta understand that point. I mean, it's maybe he's point is, you know. I've told you number of times that the Heim sexual. No good. So therefore whatever she's saying, because so we'd can't trust trust the opinion, vapors who is a Lieutenant General, the attorney general. What have you ever done? Actually, he's website tells you how much he's done. This bunch of letters on the website that are clearly fabricated from x. Mems people that have previously said bad things about the cope. Then apparently they write letters to Tony saying just jokes. I had a great time there. Tell you what ching foam a cult members on television is one of my favorite guilty pleasure. Say, have these like they've got an and energy. Because they made it and they will realize, and they just. Great. We don't know what it's like to have that much hope and to have the thing we by Seren tie life on a lot. A one of these letters was from a twelve year old to President Trump. Oh, good. And it was written in exactly the same style as the others. Who's who's in charge of Allama. Now there's a, there's the Facebook page and the website and the Facebook page does at least two administrators, but I didn't click three to them. No, I wouldn't either. No, you don't want them to. They'll think you're on the Vatican conspiracy that crucifix the the, like drawing of a crucifix on the the alarm, oh, website. Is has dime on these. Lazy. President Bill Clinton described Tony llama as Royal on spayed. Oh, I know. That's fascinating. Who knows, oh, I what is Bill Clinton doing hanging around with people who are on spades, still console and no. I didn't mean north. I know he was the governor about. Yeah, he's from Arkansas, and I'm sure there are people on these anarchy Abrazos. It was. I did not in. Oh, was that Bill Clinton? He's, I did not have sexual relations with that woman. George Bush didn't think so. But none of them have taken spayed I think, oh my God, George Bush should have been held. Have you seen his paintings? They really, oh. Just the in-ho or put the brush down that making those paintings quiet, NAS in an interview. After his wrist, Tony said they ransacked out church my bedroom and I haven't even found one porn picture..

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"first two minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The screen frontal mary with a shot glut saying made i stay log no rebound well what jeff ward is done and i like this remember all the lefthanded shot he's got to the right wing he can he can one time and now paul mary's gone to the left side he can one time it through you got to watch i don't know if it's going to be a oneshot or a couple shot deal or it's going to be something we're the see a lot of but i like the looks of it and the powerplay has looked good in the first two minutes now twenty seconds at this one baht not able to score is koyabu's kicked out once again barking at lines name break divorced use working with pile burgess says the referees france while sound laura and justin st pierre another faceoff win for the devil's here's paul very moving away from coy wound setting up shop along the near walk out of ought to crossice horror as this hour all low lyonais then and there were no one hotter and the national wing tailor law oh the stream oh boy tobacco put meritas doubts leah set up by the dark in about taylor got the puk wale the right side he added he had a set it up but remember its money from the far left side report did so even though he has to take slip taiwo what a screen by mild what he's still is good and have some time because the shift why the wild half the get over there they they can't get their quick it up oh widodo badmouth opposed the liberal you we're up in it the backdrop bar all the he is my good this the official consecutive points is at thirteen and i mentioned that only because that's the official points i know it's joining but it's officially thirteenth because in his three east with a ah bruce stock so that time says there are at alltime in devils history but 20 straight games with a groin taylor harmonised won his sixth goal of the season devils we want not the now here's parisi far simon the shot and that stop the way by lack of jiang's in the last few minutes now it's coil forward from massachusetts behind in ever koresi whose farsight flights it it fun along the way earlier to the.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And he like now and what they don't realize is no one's going to watch bright to we'll watch bright one because those allegations came out and because we hurdles so crazy bad but i don't need to see another movie that awful yeah so i feel like they're going to take these big swings based on popular flops yeah and i just yet at the it's incentivizing the absolutely the wrong thing rewrite were encouraging mediocrity guy yeah i don't know how much people realize how like netflixing the route the huge advantage they have is all driven by the fact that they can see what we watch and so they have the ability to be like wow people would actually watched the ranch because they like two and a half men with fucking ashton kutcher and westerns or whatever so they just like mashed two things together and that's apparently people like will smith movies and a fucking the lord of the rings the creepiest is when they'll tweet those brave ran the like at miles of gray hair we saw that you watched eighteen minutes of the idea of what you think iran on altered carbon is also up there that's their new show none of us have seen it we don't watch the first two minutes and it seems to open with like a pretty gresham our own that graphics like they're someone's blood either taking a shower having sex in india two on what a hot travel getting me i don't know if it's as problematic as it seems but the trailer just made me brace for it being really travelling because and i'm not i haven't seen it so i don't know if this is the plot before they could piece together it seemed like it's about an asian guy who dies in becomes reformulated as white guy who knows martial arts because he as an agent inside of him oh that is like i don't know that's what the trailer seems to suggest every other day the the question of yeah that i've let theordore three hundred years in the future society has been transformed by new technology leading to human bodies being interchangeable and death no longer being permanent takeshi kovacs.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And he's back now and what they don't realize is no one's going to watch bright to we'll watch bright one because those allegations came out and because we hurdles so crazy bad but i don't need to see another movie that awful yeah so i feel like they're going to take these big swings based on popular flops yeah and i just the fda it's incentivizing the absolutely the wrong thing rewrite were encouraging mediocrity got yeah well i don't know how much people realize how like netflixing through the huge advantage they have is all driven by the fact that they can see what we watch and so they have the ability to be like wow people would actually watched the ranch because they like two and a half men with fuck an ashton kutcher and westerns or whatever so they just like mashed two things together and that's apparently people like will smith movies and a fucking the lord of the rings the creepiest is when they'll tweet those break ran the like at miles of gray hair we saw that you watch the eighteen minutes of the eta what you think iran on altered carbon is also up there that's their new show none of us have seen it we watch the first two minutes and it seems to open with like a pretty gresham shower on that graphics like their son was blood either taking a shower having sex in in yeah do on what a hot tramped get me i don't know if it's as problematic as it seems but the trailer just made me brace for it being really travelling because and i not i haven't seen it so i don't know if this is the plot before they could piece together it seemed like it's about an asian guy who dies in becomes reformulated as white guy who knows martial arts because he as an agent inside of him oh that is like i don't know that's what the trailer seems to suggest really the the clinton of yeah that i've let theordore on three hundred years in the future society has been transformed by new technology leading to human bodies being interchangeable and death no longer being permanent takeshi kovacs.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Of escambia county or you live in baldwin county you're listening to us across state lines kind of like a bootleg in you're listening to us across the state line is okay there is a tornado warning in effect in that part of the area of west side of escambia county the new north west corner of escambia county and then baldwin mobile that area until ten twenty seven tonight there is going to be a tornado warning they have seen and this is going to be probably off and on throughout the night okay in fact it's it's really one of these things where if you live in that area and i've been saying this you've got to be prepared as if a tornado might hit just like you got to have a go bag and be prepared for hurricanes just in case i know you're vacuous shen route have your cash on hand have your documents you'll have your concealed carry if you've got a gun at all it he's got to think about this stuff in advance it doesn't catch you off guard it's that wayne more so when it comes to tornadoes because your response time is so small you know you have if there is a tornado in your area and there's an alert you know you might have one two minutes may be to respond may be i mean when we get up i'll tell you how it happens in our houses you know the phones go off it's a trail we're in the closet you know where we were we know we go kids dog in right that's that's what you do that how you keep safe you know i can remember a couple of years ago when we had those bad tornadoes go through the olive rudy area has the plan yet i could just remember just sitting there as well during storm coverage on weaa.

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"first two minutes" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"first two minutes" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Uh if they don't talk they don't seem like they talk now sara gilbert in leo dicaprio lady sarah invested a lot of money like the movie the house in their legal gambling possibly and she just had to pay it back maybe she was waitressing in there that's true roseanne prost rose asked level i feel like you i don't need any more of these things but they happen and we go see them and they end up being could i heard that you guys were light and you didn't even bother to see the first two minutes of the film locate with a tattooing on media i was going to get to that i saw but i had the p and santa monica it was doing this weird thing where they have cones blocking off the left turn in for the street so we park by 3 blocks down and we did not run to the theatre even though we should be but we were very like that was like power to powerwalking guys goes around and go see supplied here man on a date night right and there is this lady issue she a crossing guard so she was dreaded their job but she literally had a sign and she wasn't using it but she was letting cars go in like a parking garage that we are crossing and me and richard just went across to choose a called up and then i'm like you got to sign for reason and then like we gotta get so worked that's a pretty funny you gotta side got to see a movie and so we get a soda and snacks and we ended up missing the first.

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