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"forty eight hour" Discussed on WTOP
"Within forty eight hours visit fbc bank dot com for more information or call seven oh three four three six four seven four zero after eight fdic thirty eight traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks here on w o t p is bob inler in the traffic center waiting for work zones to set up and i'm sure we'll see some of that we already southbound seattle county on i ninety seven it's very slow in fact getting my single file to the left from crownsville route down to fifty and westbound on fifty and chevrolet you're getting my single file uh starting after four ten i think it's being after two oh two in fact this time i'm getting down toward kennelworth avenue slow getting my single file in in that direction now and in virginia on three ninety five and ninety five it's pretty quiet ride no incidents or delays to report port sixty six without any works on so far and uh... back in maryland two seventy looks all right they haven't set up any of the works on jet but that should be happening in a little while and ninety five in the bw parkway each pretty quiet in the district on reno road still working with a crash near brandy wine road at last report closed both ways fix picture a c breakdown today snow heating cooling and plumbing electric and repair your system the same day or you don't pay look at its no easy book dot com bob in the w t l p traffic and now to veronica johnson she seven news first alert meteorologist chief another terrific day and fantastic evening just some passing clouds out there humidity not too bad temperatures your will drop through the seventies and some areas will even be down into the sixties by early wednesday morning ninety to ninety five degrees your forecast high temperatures for tomorrow under sunshine a little humid encode orange now on the air quality so worsening a bit for a sensitive groups you'll really need to watch your time outdoors tomorrow afternoon seven news chief meteorologist veronica johnson in the first alert weather center college park is at eighty six fairfax city eighty five along the national mall tonight eighty six degrees in some burbs we could be back down to sixty five overnight money news at ten forty hour brought to you by pen fed great rates for everyone with larry kofsky this is a bloomberg money minute finished stocks with modest gains as investors await the government's latest consumer price figures tomorrow now trails climb three hundred seventeen the s and p five hundred added thirty the nasdaq gain seventy five amazon's prime day sales event is underway testing consumers willingness to spend the mid slowing economic growth not to be outdone walmart target and best buy all are running summer promotions
"forty eight hour" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Have better. Have you seen right. Yes i have dating yourself a little bit and maybe even some five hundred years old speaking of movies speaking of movies train of thoughts topic here number three after the messenger smith i saw yesterday. They're going to make a movie. I don't know who aware it's going to air but there's gonna be a movie made about dennis rodman's forty eight hours in vegas during the nba finals. When he left the bulls needed to clear his head by heading to vegas. I cannot wait a real movie or like a netflix documentary. I can watch. Nothing's going to be a movie. What would without rodman telling the story. Somebody's gonna be portraying no he might be telling this story. I mean i don't know a movie. I'm into the documentary. Gonna him thome stories or first hand accounts of it from other people with their a movie means somebody portraying hand adding in it. That i would not have much interest in i will look i would be into both. I'd be into a documentary about his forty eight hours in vegas and i'd be into a regular here. I don't like sports movies. Sports movies to me are hokey bullshit. So li like none of them. You don't have one or two. I like i like major league rudy. The ultimate in hawkiness. I i got it in underdogs gonna come through. Thank you very sports movie. An underdog comes through. Okay got it. thanks wow they just. They're all terrible. I'll give you my all time favorite sports movie varsity blues. Oh yeah james vanderbeek. I don't want your life. That is my favorite everything else. You know what's going to happen. All the team with no players is going to beat the team right now. You know you've mentioned varsity boots. You know which one. I used to love to blue chips when i was young and went to go see that but more so the program which i thought was excellent. Yeah that was good but yet all this field of dreams and hoosiers and rudy. They are at like them but they are cheesy again. But the rodman thing. I will watch whether it's a movie whether it's a documentary. Dennis rodman the forty eight hours in vegas because i was a great part of the The last dance. They're right but it was because of who was telling the stories right to me. That's what it was. I don't know if i needed that necessarily acted out. Now you read like robbins. Got a bunch of books right or at least one. I think it's called. I should be dead by now. I have but i haven't read it But have you read any of his like that interested in rodman or just that particular story. That's just that story. I don't really leader things. Just that's rodman. Forty-eight hours in vegas the bulls are pissed off the nba files. Going on. he's doing you know god knows..
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Good able auctions dot ca. That's ab ellie auctions dot ca I guess was a couple of years ago blake when we joined the caps for training camp in hawaii That we were told you have to meet one of the assistant coaches one of the new guys. He's italian he's worked here in north america for a number of years and he'll bright near day and boy each and every time i've spent time with him. He has brightened my day. Which is why was so pleased to see the match last night and the results for our next guest. He's the interim head coach of vancouver whitecaps fc surplus. You're welcome back to secure some price. Mr vani sir teeny. I love annie. Hey how you doing very well. we're fantastic. Tell us about last night's from your perspective last night was What's amazing everything. Went to beyond probably any expectation days from the days so performance was great Three points with could goals dischord even more. The team responded fantastically so I couldn't about something more so it was really really. Did you think they heard you before the match when you were talking before the match you. Did you feel like they were absorbing what you were taking an in that moment or was there are concerned that all of the noise of the last seventy two hours. That sort of Where were you worried. I mean. I think it would be human nature just to be curious how this team was going to respond. Given the circumstances. yes. I was worried and You know all the even the team talk before the game and How we spent the forty eight hour words Let's say when are since. I got in charge. It was like tried to really tell the player that plays that we needed a response from them Their game It was nothing about coaching coach coach. That get fired. The coach the get daily in the job but more about how would the would have been stepped up the responded duster very out say disappointing.
CHD President and General Counsel Mary Holland on Covid Vaccine Injuries
"Mary holland. One of my favorite people. How you doing today mary. I'm grace could yeah. It's great. We're going to call him a mondays mondays with mary. It's gonna be regular well and there's so much to talk about my goodness let me introduce you for people that maybe are listening for the first time mary holland serves as president and general counsel of children's health defense. She left the faculty of new york university school of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her master of arts and juris doctorate degrees from columbia university and her undergraduate degree from harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and mary is the co author a vaccine epidemic and the hp vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. You can find mary at children's health. Defense dot org. That's children's health. Defense dot org. We have a lot to cover today with our children's health defense. Update okay so there were an additional twenty seven thousand reported injuries from the covert vaccine in just one week so from last week to this week. So what kinds of what. Kind of injuries. Mary are being reported. And what about deaths bernadette all kinds of injuries are being reported and death the total deaths so far that have been reported and we know that's really a small faction of what the real number probably is over thirteen thousand and the number of total injuries. That have been reported or over six hundred thousand. I don't think this would be possible. Except for the fact that the government and the industry and the healthcare profession all have liability protection under emergency use authorization status It's really distressing thirty. Two percent of those deaths were within forty eight hours of having developed symptoms after the shot. So i it's it's extremely troubling bernadette It's just there. Were over five hundred fifty deaths last
Florida Orders School Boards to Relax Mask Rules or Risk Pay
"Education officials in Florida are threatening financial penalties against school board members in two counties unless they drop their requirement that children wear masks in school Florida's education commissioner Richard Corcoran is enforcing the governor's ban against mask mandates or any other cove in safety requirements Cork were notified school board members in Broward and a lecture what counties that they have forty eight hours to drop the mask mandate or he'll withhold funds that equal their salaries Thursday governor run Disentis reiterated his opposition to having youngsters wearing face masks I'm offended that the federal government thinks they know better than we do as parents the federal government says on average Florida is seen some twenty thousand nu kopen infections every day I'm Jackie Quinn
Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport
"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning.
Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts
"Is apple. Podcasts still having problems well some. Publishers have reported that some new episodes taking many hours to appear in apple podcasts. Sometimes as long as seventy two hours we wondered how widespread the problem was of apple. Podcasts simply not noticing new episodes so yesterday we asked you to let us know if you to have seen this issue. We don't many emails in response. So here's some of what we learned one podcast host reports around five customer complaints day. Where it's been more than twenty four hours. Their feet is valid. And then you episode is everywhere but apple podcasts and it does take some convincing customers that it isn't the podcast host fault and other publishers says episodes of taken a full forty eight hours to appear in apple podcasts. For another their record is seventy two hours now. Few have told us that. If you log into apple podcasts connect and change the frequency of your podcast in the interface that appears to get apple to rescan your feed although they do say that sometimes new episodes appear and disappear a few times before being there permanently a few hours later. And we've seen that happening to in our testing podcast which is called pulled clock now apple is seemingly aware their support team has responded to one publisher saying this was an issue on our end with our service. There's nothing your end you can do to prevent it from happening again. It shouldn't happen again but if you do notice. An episode not live on apple podcasts. After twenty four hours please reply back. Longer and more pained feedback includes one person contacting us saying i have a daily podcast and at least once a week. My episode won't release on apple podcasts. It appears everywhere else. I've written to support about it and they refresh my feed but also say allow up to twenty four hours episodes to appear. This is a daily show. A why does this only happen on apple podcasts. They can't answer this but the following day both the episode that didn't appear and the new one show up apple had better start taking podcasting seriously. They can lose their once seemingly insurmountable lead.
The Coordinated Effort to Push Vaccines, Vaccine Mandates
"Wanna talk about masks. I wanna talk about vaccine passports. I wanna talk about all this stuff because it seemed like about two weeks ago and actually really remember this very well. Charlie was on tucker carlson show and he was describing that all of a sudden this messaging change happened in. It happened really on the right and even within conservative circles. He went on tucker carlson. He said what happened. In the last forty eight hours that it feels like there's this coordinated effort chosen push vaccines and vaccine mandates and really was sort of like a buckling. We blinked on the right. And then what happened the surge not necessarily of cova deaths or anything like that but a surge in mandates what i call panic porn or pandemic porn news outlets everybody talking about delta delta delta so here we are two about two weeks later after charlie i noted that i remember tucker's is kind of raising kind of you're no you're totally right. Forty eight hours all it took. We blinked in. This is what we get to she to go through a series of headlines. Pulled these this morning talking about different. Different escalations independent. Breaking governor of maryland suggests he will impose more lockdowns due to people believing quote conspiracy theories about the vaccine. New york city edict prevents majority of blacks from entering restaurants in new york. City will require workers and customers to show proof of at least one dose for indoor dining and other activities. Now which is kind of actually of no. Because you're not technically fully vaccinated until two weeks after your second dose. Nevertheless got have at least one pass.
Italy Requires ‘Green Pass’ For Museums, Indoor Dining
"It's really not requires a uvid nineteen green pulse for museums and indoor dining and much else besides Pompey's archaeological park office free swab tests the Vatican museum post refund instructions and Taurus without smartphones to show Q. wall codes as a new code certification rule takes effect in Italy a so called green pasta is not required to end decides gyms theaters in some areas of restaurants bars and cafes to obtain a certificate individuals the show they received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine approved for use in the E. U. recovered from Kevin nineteen in the past six months all have negative lab results from the test done within the previous forty eight hours I'm Charles through this month
Is it Time to Move Faster?
"So says honey boo. Faster is your hair on fire for success. You feel like you really can do it. What's holding you back. Maybe you're holding yourself back. Maybe you're doing what i said. You're doing what i'm doing right now. Is thinking time pondering time you got to do that. You've got to get your head straight. You gotta make sure you know where you wanna go but there is a point in time where you pull the trigger and go right. The my hair is on fire right now. I'm just not letting the body follow. It's if a little hot up there. Right i i'll tell you i need to get some breeze jump in the water real fast. Burma up so after we get beyond that thinking time after we decided we know exactly what her path is going to be. Then we have to get on it a way. There's a phrase that comes up that you probably heard before i. It's the faster the speed of the leader the faster the speed of the pack l. Let me just stop for a second. Say okay your. I mean if you're trying to do anything dive you're leading your own life at least your family's life but maybe you don't consider it. Hey scott leaders want stopping by house. Okay doesn't matter. The pack are all the people. You're dealing with a realtor the baker's the the sellers all except in that situation. It's just the people you're dealing with the faster you move the faster. They moved. What what if they don't sometimes they don't. It's okay you keep moving people notice. You're moving. I'm telling you you want to go buy house right now. Let's use that metaphor if you want to buy a house as a seller's market. It's very difficult right now to do that. People are out there doing it but you know with the biggest problems people have. Nobody gets back to anybody gonna a house put in your offer and then be busy for the next forty eight hours where they try to reach you. I they're gonna go for the people that are ready so if you speed up the process it doesn't matter how fast they go you're gonna move on. Move on move on. It's okay but you're ready to move when you say you're ready to move. Don't be one of the twenty percent who doesn't do that of economic principle as well you know. The speed of money velocity of money. Same kind of thing. They judge economy. How fast the money moves. I can tell you this from a law of attraction standpoint. If you're holding your money your in lack if you make that money move and make it move fast and invest it and get out there. Just keep things going. You make money what happens. Simple truth. Success like speed.
2021 NBA Draft Preview With Mike Schmitz
"Really wanted to get answer is nice enough to fit us in mike schmitz who does nba draft analysis for us. Here at espn mike. Thanks for taking the time man. I know you're super busy. Yeah no problem. I actually in on my way to new york here for the draft so We're we're getting closer all right. Yeah no kidding. Perfect timing so we got you in route just in the next couple of days. I mean obviously every year is different. But how how much you think things will change in the first round between now and the actual draft. Yeah i think that teams for the most part you know. I've kind of their big boards set to some degree. But you know the biggest thing. I think that can change things as traits honestly And you know that's where from a betting perspective you know you're you're locked in on you know your your lock the draft or whatever it is your can't miss batman some team moves into the top ten and you know That kind of throws everything a for loop. So that's that's the only thing. I think That can really change things but you know other than that. I have a pretty good sense that you know the way we see things in the top ten or so Feels solid but again. It's it's always fluid. We've got more than forty eight hours to go here. Great so let's talk about just the first pick because you know the the betting odds are we saw a trevor lawrence at the jets. Pretty pretty extreme. But you know the pistons is whether it be doing their due diligence or whatnot. They've tried out a bunch of guys. How solid we with cunningham because there are reports of trade at least interest from other teams now not necessarily detroit but teams wanting to go up. Yeah i think pretty solid you know. I i think vegas has this one right You know i think cunningham will ultimately be the guy and you know even if it is like you know. Say detroit in this. I better say detroit. Is you know more interested in having moberly or jalen green and they wanna swap with houston houston to cunningham at number one i think ultimately cunningham is gonna go number one regardless. I feel like ninety nine percent. Pretty confident about that I think the league feels the same way but you know detroit doing their due diligence. I don't think it's more than that. We saw that basically a few
Jill Biden Leads U.S. Delegation to Tokyo Games Amid Pandemic Fears
"Jill Biden is off on her first solo overseas trip as First Lady to Japan her visit to the Tokyo Olympics comes with covert nineteen surging in Japan infections are at a six month high the White House says the U. S. delegation will follow strict health protocols limiting engaging with the public keeping our footprint as small as possible at the same time spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the bidens put an emphasis on being in Japan for team USA the present the First Lady felt it was important to have the delegation led at the highest level the First Lady will spend roughly forty eight hours on the ground in Tokyo including a virtual visit with American athletes before attending Friday's opening ceremony Sager made ani Washington
Runners Prepare to Begin the Toughest Road Race in the World
"Death Valley may be incredibly hot clocking in at over a hundred and ten degrees on an average day this month but it's not too hot for about eighty four runners to compete in an ultramarathon the bad water one thirty five is billed as the world's toughest foot races director Chris coachman the interesting thing about this race one of the many things is that although it's super hot in death valley in for the first two thirds of the route the race finishes that nearly eighty four hundred feet up mount Whitney and many of the runners come in at night when it's down around freezing the race starts Monday and runners have forty eight hours to finish the one hundred and thirty five mile course code's been says the race has been held since nineteen eighty seven with out incident I'm Julie Walker
How Fasting Can Help Regulate Pain and Inflammation
"Great thing about fasting. As fasting stimulates autophagy genes were body recycles damage components. So fasting itself is is very anti inflammatory. Whenever we eat food we need food. We are bringing. In bacteria in different potential pathogens and so our body creates more inflammation so the act of eating is more of an inflammatory act whereas fasting by nature. Because we're not eating. we're not increasing insulin. And insulin will activate inflammation because of that. it's inherently very anti inflammatory. One of the best ways to reduce inflammation is to do a fast and fasting will stimulate self-healing through this process of autophagy where our body will break down tissue cells and organ cells within the tissue like meadow conju that have been damaged by oxidative stress. Miscavige great impact on pain levels as well as chronic disease and things like that and so on a regular basis really good idea. Do intermittent fasting and so there are many different ways of intermittent fasting. If you're in chronic pain. I would really recommend doing something like you know a sixteen to eighteen hour fast daily and then once or twice a week doing like a full one day fast or even like a thirty six or forty eight hour fast possibly once a week doing a little bit of a longer fast can really help down regulate pain and stimulate morale tafa g and help you get
Italy Welcomes Tourists From US, Canada, Japan
"It is Leda is pitching for tourists to start coming from the US Canada and Japan think of a vitally needed boost to Italian hotel and restaurant businesses in a speech to lawmakers probably a Mario Draghi noted today who's recently allowed people from those three countries to now come for tourism previously not allowed to join the pandemic however tourists must be vaccinated have certification that they've recovered from the illness or have a negative could nineteen test taken within forty eight hours of entering into the drug he says it's anyone's to allow them to come safely that to help out hoteliers and restaurant does bounce back after a year and a half of difficulty tourism accounts for thirteen percent of it today's GDP I'm Charles the last month
Are You Ready for Rolling Blackouts for Fire Weather Season?
"If you're in oregon. Washington california. Idaho montana nevada colorado wyoming arizona. Nevada already said nevada new mexico. Let's go into texas. Oklahoma north south dakota any of you guys and even further east. I'm talking to you. Because i honestly think that we this is going to be the season where we really see. Power companies reducing their liabilities by turning off power. When they're worried about a power line coming down to wind or storm lighting natural vegetation brush or crops on fire. So if you've got a couple forty eight hours of a heat storm. You know where you've got wind coming in it's dry storm and you're in the hundred degree range. Be careful you're probably gonna lose power so then you decide what you're going to do for your house because it could be one hundred degrees outside and tell you what food does not last long and refrigerator when it's one hundred degrees inside your house. It's just not that efficient. So you're gonna lose a lot of stuff. Are you ready with a generator. Are you ready to go someplace. Because we're not just talking one little area. You could have an entire metropolitan area get shut down on power so there's no going to a hotel star localized power outage this would be a large blackout event. So make sure that you have got extra water. Put away the. You've got all these things to make sure that you're ready to go in case of emergency. I think this is going to be one of those years. We're going to see that ramp up and see a lot more of this. They've sure been looking at it. Testing it along You know across the west coast. So i've got a generator that can run for days on end to run my house. It was Strong enough to run my air conditioning and refrigerators not so worried about the about the water heater and the lights. I can survive that in the summertime. Even though it would run that but i i i'd be pushing it by running the water heater and all that stuff with the a c at the same time. But you get my
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Front Burner
"Dr organiz an who is a physician at a hospital in southern manitoba between the two twin cities of morton. Winkler it's called boundary trails and recently. They've been getting walloped by kovin. We've been very busy. And i think that is reflective of what's been happening in the entire province. We seem to have got the brunt of the the wave. I don't wanna make it sound like We are working more than Other physicians in manitoba in canada or other places in the world. But you know in the in the forty eight hour shift. I had a total of seven hours. Sleep this probably sounds like a familiar story by now. And not just familiar in manitoba. They've had to convert to of their units. Dacoven one thousand nine areas. Their oxygen supply has been strained. The long hours are exhausting. And not just for dr abu. I think i agree. It must be if i didn't mention you. Know the significant amount of work back then the spivey therapists and healthcare aids have put in It's hard enough for us to put in those hours but our time is Is is shared between many responsibilities however it is nursing. Stop that you know is Patients twenty four seven. And then i i think they are the real heroes in all of this. But there's another challenge facing doctor and his colleagues one that sets it apart from other stories of overworked hospitals. You've heard on this show before some of the patients coming through the doors. They don't seem to believe in the covid pandemic at all. I think it's a minority of patients in the community. You hold that view. However goes of the patients who have refused to be vaccinated so they do become quite a large segment of those who become hospitalized because of covert and ended up in intensive care units so we see a disproportionate number people who actually couvert deniers anti. I think that's the best way to categorize it in the community. I live in these really good people. It's i think it'd be unfair to characterise everyone in this way but we do see a significant number that That presents hold these views. Hearing dr wu described these patients so in denial about their condition. It can sound a bit. Surreal i've had patients who even on the de have denied that they have covert they They don't wanna hear it. I've had patients have left our emergency room very angry at being given that diagnosis patients who refuse to be tested. Because they don't believe that this is real. I think it fits in with whatever agenda that people hold that you know. This is a conspiracy and It's sad but it's frustrating also fast to work in that environment when When we know and we can see the tragedy that is unfolding and yet people choose you know even in dire situations not to believe. What do they seem to believe is happening to them. If if not covet well be would accept any alternative diagnosis. And i wanted to say that. These are volunteered. This information is volunteer. I.
The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer
"At one fifteen. Am the security camera posted outside. The bar caught. Brian clinton meredith riding up the escalator and extensively heading for the ugly tuna celona forty minutes later at one fifty five. Brian can be seen again on the same security camera chatting with a couple of women out side the bar two security guards stand a few feet away most likely getting ready for the bar crowd to leave after last call at two. Am honestly even thinking about being at a bar at two am makes me tired on the security camera footage. Brian can be seen walking toward the entrance of the bar. But the actual entrance of the bar itself is out of frame as the drunken horrid of college. Students poured out of the bar at closing time. Clint and meredith waited outside for bryant. They called him on his cellphone but he didn't pick up in clinton back inside and check the bathroom but he wasn't there. Clinton meredith then made the assumption that brian had already left and hadn't told them folks. Can we please normalize not leaving your friends at bars. Just because you can't get a hold of them like unless they explicitly said you go ahead. I'll stay here and or they're not like incoherently drunk. Don't leave without your friend. Who gave you know warning that they were going somewhere. Well that's not. How clinton and meredith handle the situation. They assumed nothing was wrong and left But the next morning no one had heard from. Brian girlfriend tried calling him. His father tried calling him. He didn't pickup and then on monday morning. Brian was a no show at the airport for his flight. To miami with alexis by this point nobody had heard from him for almost forty eight hours. That's when everyone officially stopped assuming nothing was his family finally called columbus. Police department filed a missing persons report and shortly thereafter. The search for brian schaefer began
Leaky Gut, Endotoxemia, Inflammation and Microbiome Reconditioning
"Did you know that as you age. Your natural production of collagen declines this results. In fine lines and wrinkles joint pain dark circles under your eyes and more you see. Collagen is like the glue that holds your body together and luckily there's an easy way to feed your body additional collagen. It's bone broth. Studies show consuming bone. Broth protein can boost metabolism support. Gut health and digestion reduced. Cellular formation can help grow healthy skin and nails joints and more. But if you've ever made prome broth you know it's time consuming and who really has time to simmer bones for forty eight hours. That's why i like to use bone broth protein powder simply mix scoop with hot water. Add to a smoothie or even a baked dish and reap all the benefits of college enrich protein in just thirty seconds a day while most companies use the hides or the skin of the animal which are less nutrient dense than the bones. I always prefer using bones. And that's why. I love paleo valley bom broth protein because they use one hundred percent grass fed beef bones from cows that are never fed. Gmo grains or any grains for that matter even test for over forty pesticides to ensure this is the purest poem broth protein on the market. These bones are slow simmered to extract as much collagen protein as possible. They don't use. Any chemicals are solvents just good old fashioned bone broth that's then gently powdered. Now when we think about bone broth again we think about the protein collagen and there several key amino acids in there including glycemic pro lean hydroxy pro lean and those help to to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and help reduce cellulite. They're also critical for anti-aging as they help regenerate bones and help muscle and support heart. Health
Thousands of Migrants Swim From Morocco to Spanish Enclave of Ceuta
"The Spanish enclave of save ten North Africa on the border with Morocco has received over eight thousand migrants in just forty eight hours well some of the migrants were received with open arms by the forty percent Muslim population is receiving unless someone well come by far right groups he sees the flood of migrants as an invasion one migrants Mohamed Bangoura from Guinea says his situation has not improved since arriving on European soil it is complicated here and no one else comes to help us out in the street days no one is sold every test suffer here at the same time many Moroccan parents all scrambling for news of their children as a thirties confirm over four hundred miners were among more than eight thousand migrants who arrived and saved her from Morocco by scanning a border fence still swimming around it I'm Karen Thomas
Runner Cara Enright on Completing the Goggins Challenge
"Speaking of distance and pain caves. How are you feeling you just completed. The goggin challenged you ran for while you know. I'll let you explain it. I'm like you ran. Four by four equals forty eight. Then you can you explain to us the goggin challenge and tell us how you're feeling yes. So first of all props to any interns athletes out there that was so challenging like physically but also mentally. It was so hard. So we teamed up with ask clark who people might know him from the bachelor. He also does release recovery which is in addiction foundation. And we ran. let's see for. I'm very bad at explaining it as well. So every four hours we ran four miles for forty eight hours so over. The course of forty eight hours. We ended up running forty eight miles which coincidentally was the highest mileage. I've ever seen in my life in one week. And i did that in two days so i was very impressed but it was very challenging. I think the hardest part of the challenge wasn't so much the four miles because four miles didn't seem as daunting it was the only four hours in between the four miles and during that time you want to sleep you want to. We were lucky we got to shower during some of them so it was definitely an experience
"forty eight hour" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"If that's the case it's not about herd immunity. What's it them so we're in a different situation than we were a year ago. In forty eight hour shift asano cova patients and That's different than it was a year ago where i was working in the yard. We'd see ten now michigan. Skip ahead just. Because i forgot. I've got a bunch of these. I wanna play. But i hope you'll take the time to watch this if diary. There's a lot of good stuff in here. This is the language question as i'm not a doctor but Is i understand it. We gone turn to vaccines in the past. Because we didn't have any place else to turn therapeutics or other treatments aren't working in a very serious illnesses. And so is where we are is. What i'm hearing you say is based on what you've known about treatments than i'm not carrying anything. But that have been shown to be effective in reducing the the the level of illness in deaths that exist. That would make vaccine unnecessary islamic doctor. And i teach advanced trauma less support and in that we stabilized patients airway breathing circulation breathing's very important in with cobra's viral respiratory infection. We've had other viral respiratory pandemics the h one n one pandemic. We didn't have a vaccine to recover from that. He was hurting unity That was a deadly disease and harvey rich does fifty. Eight percent of texans herd immunity by his calculations is working But yes the polio. Polio epidemic we did not have release safe effective treatments therapy san as well as the fact that the history shows quite clearly that the polio vaccine did not do what they said it did but by the way just on the point again because i feel like i just said this but in case some people missed it just jonathan. The don't perspective that cases are defined by the pcr tests and no virus has been isolated. Yeah i mean. I just this right. I'm not actually agreeing. I'm just using the narrative to show how the lies are being played here. I've of anybody anywhere on any platform. Infamy me right now. Nobody is talking about the. Pcr thing more than me. Maybe they'll big tree or somebody like that but the concept of the illusion undeniable. Right everything we're told is absolutely false. In regarding the concept that pcr tests is a massive illusion of cases as well as the combination of flu influenza. Pneumonia his every single time. But thank you pointing it out. As well as the fact that i routinely point out that what we have not been shown that this has been isolated. That's important understanding. The cdc in china has claimed that they did not isolated. But as i.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"To have a virtual wine tasting and we brought together people who did not know one another and put them in an event that was actually really fun for them and it was not too large so they had the opportunity to interact and talk with one another and it was the perfect foundation for a networking event. And you can do that with the virtual coffees. You do that in any kind of event where you you are. The one who brings people together attending conferences as much easier now that it's virtual as opposed to getting on a plane or traveling for longer distances. Sometimes conferences can seem to be a little bit more difficult to to network than an actual conference. There is not the serendipity of sitting down next to someone so to kind of find a way to make it valuable anyway Try to know who some of the attendees are. And then after the event reach out to those people that you might have met with individually or you might have set next to. There are some conferences. I'm sure you've attended these as well where there's an opportunity for breakout sessions or breakout rooms. Where they're smaller groups of people groups from four to eight people where it is much easier to find common connections common shared interest so that you take that moment as as kind of a beginning of a relationship you're planting seeds and then you follow up thereafter again very similar to. What would happen at a conference. I think just as in real life when we're meeting people in person. One must be proactive online. In a virtual world as well to find the opportunities to meet note new people find ways to connect and share with them and then very importantly find ways to follow up and to continue the relationship and make it more meaningful. I think those are really important. Points I've taught a lot of people on how to network at conferences. Because i do it really well. What i've noticed is about five percent of the people in the old days by the way i realized this last week. I haven't given a card out that remember. Those old things called business cards in a year. 'cause like where would i have a card out. I'm like oh my god. This is so crazy but i I have a forty eight hour rule. When i leave conference i have contacted everyone that i have a card from with home. I even have number systems. And i would have been different pockets depending on what. The possibility is with them and But i found that about five percent of the people actually reached out to me so this is not something that people do. I love breakout rooms. I think those are great. I had somebody that. I just met at a conference and then came and took one of my trainings and followed up. Found me because they liked what i had to say and i told him my website. Of course. I think that this really what we're saying here is that this opens new possibilities as opposed to closing possibilities. You've new opportunities Just before we go to break meet one hundred people. Could you tell us why you chose that. Title yes I wrote this book for three reasons. I wrote this book because Building relationships and the importance of networking is advice. I wish i had had when i was first starting out. Its advice i give to young people and a young professionals regularly and it's vice. I follow myself even after a thirty year. Career in an incredible network. I continue to meet people all the time. I chose the title because it was a challenge. Given to a young person that i know by somebody else as part of his job. Search this individual challenge this young man and said you know what you need to do. You need to go out and meet one hundred people and the young person actually did and in that process..
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Up within the next forty eight hours we're going to have the sabbath and we're going to have a holiday have a great and productive day and an excellent shabat. Shalom everyone show. Ca gonna show scene session Shanti show care..
John W Henry Apologises to Liverpool Fans for Super League ‘Disruption’
"Yeah well the search for short lived superleague. Proposed by europe's twelve biggest. football clubs. Looks like one of the most incredible own gulls for the ages this week after imploded spectacularly within just forty eight hours of being announced the outrage from fans playas politicians administrators alike was visceral the world football body favor and the european body. Uefa threatened to sanction the clubs and they apply and the band plays from playing for for the country and it led to a quick about face the first of which came from the billionaire american all the liverpool football club. john henry. I want to apologize to all the fans satour's of liverpool football club for the disruption caused over the past. Forty eight hours goes without saying but should be said that the project put forward was never going to stand without the support of the fans. No one ever thought differently. In england over these forty hours. You were very clear that it would not stand. We heard you. I heard
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Shit come in between a woman and her chicken sandwich. The fedex bashed shooting was committed by a brownie and milk squirting out of an armpit. All this voicemail penton all my hands boy who can afford from a good man. I know what abortion smells like. Did you know abortion. Even how to smell distorted view show with tim. Hansen freaks to back here with you starting a new week. A podcast. this right here of course is distorted view. Daily it is shaping up to be a great week for idiots for idiots doing stuff and being featured on this very show. As i have mentioned mike lindell has been teasing. His new social media platform called frank. Well it's launch day and it's not going. Well i think it was supposed to launch on april sixteenth but there were technical problems. Today was the second launch day announced. And it's been a mess the The website is crashing users are unable to create accounts without much evidence. The my pillow creator has said that this is obviously a cyber attack. Everyone sit tight. We will prevail one user wrote on monday. It was supposed to be thursday for be ip members then sunday and then seven am today at now. It's sometime today. This is borderline ridiculous. Another user said weird. I thought it was supposed to be super secure. Everything is always disappointing. Shortly after the main platform failed to launch planned the frank website domain started showing the livestream. Yes mike lindell is hosting a forty eight hour. Marathon live launch stream. and even. that's not going so well. Errantly a couple of people have figured out. Mike lindell's cell phone number. Take a listen shoe some audio directly from the stream. Hey hold on. I think i got a reporter beaming scott. Thank you for calling. God bless you i live. We're going to get some positive press for frank. Hey mike it's wrong with the wall street journal is that okay. Great mike. I some bad news to tell you. And i wish i hope we can share this everybody but unfortunately alexa passed away just a few minutes ago from a drug overdose. Second this is this is a prank to see what they're doing everybody to see what they're doing. Everybody that was an attack there. Because i brought up this great reporter and that was an attack. You heard it here. This is what these attack groups are doing. Prime example there one guy prank calling is an attack group. Then might try to go to the big tally board. That shows how many people have signed up for frank. That jerker here we're up to. They haven't they haven't reacted but we're going to be showing if you can roll the new numbers but let's get an update six and a half million people and then have watch right now. We'll come back to that. We were attacked by the cyber own. Everything known to man the cyber tactic and is the cyber. Y the tally boards. Not changing stuck finally a bit of good news when trump called in again. Not on some sort of studio lives. It was mike's personal iphone breaking news here.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"I use it now. Like i i start feeling like almost like that drowning. Feeling close you close your lungs. Yeah and i never used to be like that weird. It happened last year after the dogs. And i was using bleach all the time. Oh you probably did inflame your yeah. Yeah and i was probably oops. That's really loud. i was probably using it with things. I probably shouldn't have been using. So yeah they go away. What i believe is the sheriff to report him missing you know. They figured they'd seen enough and they try to give give them that forty eight hour crop like wait till he's been missing forty eight hours and they're like And then the sheriff tells them he's probably out walking around her her your kids blah blah blah hill show up and the sister-in-law asks. How many people do you know out walking around without shoes on that. It dip shit. Yeah also i didn't mention that. He had an ankle injury and he would lace up shoes. A certain way probably stabilize it. oh and apparently. They had some rain in the ground and the ground was super muddy. So the walking around without your shoes on kind of falls apart. And also i personally checked out the farmer's almanac online put in the date look at you and did and the date of the party and the high that day was sixty three and the lowest thirty nine and the party didn't end until the wee hours of the morning so you know it was on the colder end when probably all that went down Note to everybody when you listen to tipsy tails you are giving a thorough investigation sometimes. Yeah sometimes so. I'm going to guess that the last thing he was doing was walking around with no shoes on right and also without his beanie. oh So that was a pretty stupid statement on the part of the sheriff. Somebody kicked us asa. Yeah too much. yeah no. That's exactly what i think happened..
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Am may twenty eighth in weld district court to know. Mom's gloria matthews said and it was it was just heartbreaking to watch everywhere we went i was always looking for. I always had hope that i would find her. In my dreams. She always came home. You know she always came home. Now as you're aware panky has made repeated statements over the years including in court filings even in his divorce filing that implicated him as a suspect. This according to the indictment the says attorney the said pinky simply craves attention. Viorst's his attorney who was It was quite interesting watching how he was responding to some very very good questions as he tapped danced away. But he's a defense attorney so That's kind of a what they do but he said mr panky wanted to be a person of interest. Mr pinky could've laid blow. Nobody would have charged him. Mr pinky loves the limelight limelight. Now in this forty eight hour. Special on saturday night. He went on to say that nothing that pinky has client said implicates him in the murder while for his part mayor john gates disagrees calling it a bucket of bazaar. We'll talk with a greeley mayor. John gates when he joins us this morning. Right around does seven. Oh five Sixty four year. Old man has been arrested in weld county's woman's murder From way back in nineteen seventy nine k. Days death was the second oldest cold case in the county. James herman die. Sixty four of wichita. Kansas faces a charge of first degree murder in the case he was arrested this week after authorities said they learned his. Dna was connected to the case. The twenty nine year old day and evans resident went missing in november. Nineteen seventy nine this after working a night shift at aims community college in greeley. Her co workers found her dead in the car. Her car the next day case went cold but it was reopened in may of twenty twenty. Dna evidence led investigators to die. Who was a student at aims community college when day worked there. Great police work six.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Power really is what it's all about it you know. Almost the world is about eighty one power taking power from another one person tried to take power from another in the quest for power. I was probably a little bit pollyanna about it until kind of slapstick cold water on my face and said buck up and understand this and it just help frame things. It really win. It gave me a way of looking at a situation in understanding. There was probably a power struggle in that. So i it allowed me to almost like emotionally separate myself from the issue and look at it a more as dynamic and make better choices or figure out a better path. I love to hear even more about taking the emotion out of things. I was just talking with howard marks from oaktree capital one when the legendary value investors. And he was saying sean. I don't know i have a predisposition. I was born with being able to take the emotion out makes investing way easier. I would love to hear your thoughts around emotion specifically around investments and the impact dynamic there. Yeah so well. First of all with emotion. I come from an italian family and we're all about emotion ceo. I but i think i've had this ability to separate. What my personal emotion. My a love of other people from a kind of almost a professional situation. I really have the ability to compartmentalize the jail and i jumped bring emotion into something in fines feeling really like overwhelming emotion. I have this forty eight hour rule which had my whole life. If you talked to anyone of our forbids they'll tell you about the forty eight hour role but if something is really emotionally weighing on me. I i give myself forty. Eight hours to let. It simmer in figured out and let that emotion dissipate. I don't try to just put it in a container. Because it's gonna come out in some other way. So i sometimes i just allow myself to have that perspective so that i can rationally. Look at something. That isn't clouded by emotion but otherwise in a professional setting. I mean there's just rules of the game and you know sometimes eight. Oh when if money gets lost or something happened. It's eight as we're all big boys and big girls in this. That's you know you just kinda take it as it goes and focus on the next thing back to kind of idea not staying wallet in the past but moving onto the next thing you know absolutely i. I love the forty hour rule. I try to implement something similar just slightly different hours there. I'm wondering is there anything that you've done over time that you've been able to zoom out of the business and then also zoom back in right like you have to understand the annual details but you also have that thirty thousand foot view and understand the bigger picture how you managed that throughout your.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast
"The hotel is one with two beds. Believe me you never look at any bad again in the same way you do now. I hope you enjoy the other bed by e f benson I had gone out to switzerland just before christmas expecting from experience. A month of divinely renovating weather of skating. All day and brilliant son and basking in the hot frost of that winless atmosphere occasionally. As i knew there might be a snowfall. Which would last. Perhaps for forty eight hours at the outside and would be succeeded. By another ten days of cloudless perfection cold even two zero at night but irradiated all day long by.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I wish you would try and slap rick kittles mama's face he would clown you all right. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show activity. Coast to coast and around the world on the american forces ready network. It's our pleasure to be joined by english actor. Emory cooper is a new movie called dream catcher. Which is out now on amazon amazon. Itunes just about anywhere else. You can digitally watch movies right now. Emory's welcome to the show. I know you're from devon. So are you more plymouth. argyle or torquay united I'm neither actually more like chelsea. I grew up in definite. I do see unfortunately some matches that but more. I'm over london boy. I did grow up till fourteen. London so In that is a beautiful. Little town was was the clinton is lost upon you as a native. Or could you still see. Yeah growing up. When you're a kid and your village of five hundred people you kinda craig something different but now looking back on it. I'm really grateful for that upbringing because it gave me a you know. I use my imagination. More running around the hills rather than like getting into trouble in the big city. So i i kind of had the best of both worlds. But now back and i really appreciate acquaintance. So you're sort of like a pulled. Dark in cornwall. Just rambling about dennis. The menace yeah well speaking of chelsea and west london. I know that you you got to the west end and early on was your your your ford something that you aspire to be in a musical theater yeah. I grew up dancing in uh heavily involved with performing from the age of four years old so it was kind of like everyone's dream in my acting classes together into the west end so i was very lucky. Twenty one to be in the west end musical. We will rock you which i got to perform with. Brian may which was a dream. Come true because as a huge queen fan and just you know. I'll say though when i got to the west end. It wasn't quite what i thought. It was going to be a lot more hard work. That i anticipated. Yeah i was thinking. Because you know we'll go to leicester square and get half price tickets. And and. When i'm there i always try to see a a british forest which i love so much but we don't see the sweat and the toil behind the scenes and i think the thing that really brings to mind as i remember seeing a farce. When i was there a couple of years ago and the lead i found out was actually and under study and i would never have noticed because i mean what's that like when you have to know three different parts in it at any moment you could get called upon. It's very nerve wracking. Actually because i mean some people have a good brain for that. I swing on my first musical fame. And i studied eight. Different roles understudied the roles plus the lead role so any given moment and sometimes i in fact played two roles in one show so i had said when there was a lot of people sick had to kind of. Do you know whatever they needed me today now whilst that was really good training. I'm better when i just have one rhodes focus on. I'm not. I don't have that kind of brain respect anyone that does but it was just a constan. It was very nerve wracking for me. Being an i studied for four years until i got to play finding it. Play a role. Well that's I think about jennifer lopez who say background dancer and then like the main dancer and then people were like well you. You can't act. you're just a pretty face and is that hard when you're such an established dancer to say. No no no. I can act. I can sing. Yeah it was difficult for some reason in london. That quite snobby. They wanna put you in a category. They wanna put you in a box so you either a great set great single great oxy combo three whereas i think what i like about america's they just kind of celebrate your talent. They don't want you know if you if you can prove you can do them. They will celebrate you whereas the uk definitely. I mean they're coming around to it now. I think but. I was definitely put into a box in the uk. And that's one of the reasons. I left at twenty three. I was like you know. If you're not gonna take me seriously as an actor. I'm going to go to l. a. and make it so that was my thing unfortunately didn't quite work out as planned. It took me a lot longer to kind of get people. Take me seriously but after a while. I kind of finally persuaded people to give me tv roles in. It's funny because once i booked I think desperate housewives or one of those things all the people in the uk. That didn't really wanna see me before because they thought i was just a johnson React once i had some american tv credits all of a sudden like. Oh my god. Where's he has not been waiting. I'd be knocking on the door now. United states sometimes. It's a funny game. You play interesting. And i would imagine you probably because as your career climbs the ladder. I'm sure when you got on coronation street. You probably thought now. I've bloody made it happen. I well yeah i. It was country's history but it was funny Yeah being in a soap opera in the uk doesn't get you necessarily the prestige factor that you'd hoped it to get Again you get put in a box if you're so pack it's to break out of that as well so it's i really enjoyed it because growing up and i very modest upbringing just being on a tv show. The whole country was really cool so a few years ago. Well actually more like eight years ago you get a call and they say we're going to put you in a film in the kingdom of bhutan and by the way no westerner has ever been in a movie there Trepidation excitement what what went through your mind on. What was that trip like. Well i had no idea why bhutan was. I was like my age and i was like utah. They didn't know every time. I looked it up. And then i was like. Wow the himalayan mountains. i've always had those ashford benca. I was really for it. My agent was one hundred hundred fifty percents again it. Because they didn't have the new insurance blah blah blah. But i might go instinct just told me to try and end up being such an amazing experience like bhutan. If you know this but they banned smoking. There's no traffic lights. There's no plastic bags. I went to bhutan a smoker. And i didn't want to get put in jail. I actually gave up smoking so that was a great little thing that came from that trip. I also got to just meet really open hearted people that the kind of mindset in bhutan was very difference ally and i think i needed a much needed reset. Because i think it's very easy to get swept up in this whole entertainment bubble which is in reality. It's not really real so going to bhutan just being in atlanta is cut off from civilization for whole month. I had no phone and no wifi. Which actually was really nice. I had no distraction the so no regrets nicotine patches and nicotine gum. We just got to send people to bhutan the quick the habit they guy i mean. It's going to be a bit expensive but it probably could. Anyone really struggling really highly suggested. Because i kind of had the cigarettes in my I had my cigarettes in my bag. And i didn't want to be made an example and let's let's even need to get us making the on all right. We're speaking with emmerson cooper. Let's talk about this This film from samuel goldman a dream catcher. It's a horror thriller and the film centers around two estranged sisters and with their friends they'd be come entrenched in a forty eight hour whirlwind of violence after a traumatic experience and a underground music festival. And you play a wreck in tulsa a little bit more about the plot. Well it's got that kind of. I know he did some last summer. Meet scream vibe. It's lots of young ho sexy people to twist in towns Mike character play. I played the lead in the movies. Best friend anathemas -able. I got kind of wound up in this in this web of revenge because assisted gets kale. Kills us out right in front of us at the beginning of the movie and you kind of don't know why there's lots of twists hands. My carrots is quite messed up. He's had like a body depression and anxiety. He's struggling with being gay. And then he meets the lead in the movie and they have a similar kind of pain and yet it was a fun project. It's moody cloudy. Enjoy the audiences enjoying it and It's kind of reimagining that ho screen vibe. So it's fun to take that slasher that we will know and love and just bring.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Now here's the thing. If that that forty eight hours doesn't work then turn into a resource for them because sometimes at forty eight hours can take a couple of days or a couple of months or even a couple of years to don't negate the fact that if you don't sell them forty eight hours. They may not come back to you later. Invest in them. Give them the resources that they need. Make them happy. And i think that's a very important statement. O'brien because i think it's good to know how to find a client and forty eight hours. I think we all need that. Resource that ability to do that. And then the same time we need to be able to identify. I think early in the conversation. Is this a likely forty-eight our client or is this someone that's going to take longer and not negate it but like last night. I had that exact experience i was referred to someone i was on a call with them zoom. I was thinking this would be a forty eight hour at but it became clear as we went through the conversation that they had a recent bad experience with a coach so they really kept saying. I really am interested in you. But i'm trying to work through. That just had this bad experience and lost this money and i'd really didn't get results and so i said you know. I want to honor that you're identifying this and that you want to acknowledge to yourself that you need to kinda he'll kinda like you had a bad relationship you know and then we went on and by the time we got through the call had connected me with his best friend who we thought could be a good client for me asked me to come on. Facebook live with him because he'd like to introduce me to all of his followers right. And because i'm saying no problem. I said you've got to make this decision in your time. My guess is that's gonna cut the time tremendously..
"forty eight hour" Discussed on DV Radio
"Muscled. Inconveniences the government. Yeah let's not get into that. We go aww three hours about this shit all right so you do have to submit these forms to the airlines up to forty eight hours in advance of your flight. They'll make exceptions. Are it says somewhere in there about exceptions for emergencies. So there is a. They're not going to say what you didn't give. It's the form for forty four hours in advance. You know if. I got the call that my mama's in you know in dire straits and i need to get my ass to oregon tonight before she passes then i'm going to have to suck it up and fly and let me that. No they won't wave it but they will say they'll wave the forty eight hour period hookah. So you know You can still now. This is good you. They cannot require because you have a service dog they cannot require physical checking only you can check in online just like everybody else so there's equality there. It is still protecting the right to equality. Okay you can. You can require it up to forty eight hours in advance. But it says you can't. You are allowed to present it at the departure gate. So you know that that's where your your little. It's an -mergency. I didn't have forty eight hours warning. You know that kind of thing so you can submit that paperwork at the departure gate to only can't walk on the plane with five service dogs even if they all wait. Four pounds apiece to service animals. I don't have a problem with that. Honestly made my line service dog. You're deaf service. Dog can't have service dogs right. Yeah yeah so And no we're not knocking service to animals that have a disability. Heidi lose a great. Yeah we're just say yeah all right the see. Here's where again people like me. Have a problem. The it requires the service animal to fit within the handlers foot. Space on the aircraft skater wouldn't do.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And just make you feel grounded hs to quote degrade jackal willink right disciplining freedom. When you say forty eight hours joe lake. I went to noon today without eating. And i thought i was a legend. This little intermittent fast. I mean forty eight hours. Is that water and coffee and sunflower seed or two. Is that absolutely nothing for forty eight hours. No no no a lot of water because you you do get really dehydrated when you fast longer like that So i'm a big coffee guy. I thank god man a lot of coffee lot of water and like some people will drink some bone broth and that that helps if you feel really hungry. But honestly once i started doing carb and then i would do the intermittent fasting where i wouldn't eat breakfast. It became a lot easier to do longer fast. And then once you break through about twenty four to thirty six hours you don't actually feel hungry. You just feel like a little bit low energy that the best way to describe it to me is like if you're sitting in a chair like the trash bin across the room starts on fire if you're not fasting you're gonna get up quick and put it out if you're on like a sixty hour faster forty eight hour fast you're gonna look at that trash fired me to go. I wonder how long i have to get up and put log on it. Throw some more affluent joe i. I'm so glad we talked diet like that. That was really inspiring to me a lot of good information in that. I'm so glad we could finally come together and night. I took a lot of time. It didn't mean to take that much time. But this is what i do like when something's interesting and you know this now you're in the media you follow and follow and follow and the next thing you know. More than a half hour gone so joe. Thank.
"forty eight hour" Discussed on Hollywood Real
"From that color in the painting you you know too much about me as a person than that will impart itself on the caradon. Planning you may be less. It'd be harder for you to believe that character. I e if a person's super funny personal the time and then he's playing this very serious role in you know him to be this funny guys like i don't really buy it you. It takes you out of the out of the film out of the rollout of which you need from like of santee before i was talking to myself about this over the years In thinking about lake. 'cause i never wanna be like a celebrity. I didn't want people to like me from me. I wanted them to enjoy the performance. Because you have a gift and you only use it for yourself then. It's not the gift i believe. It's a curse. And i think that like if you like i said if you have the ability to say he'll cancer with touch and you only touched yourself ever will. Then that's not. That's not a gift. And i think that you don't leave the world better than when you came into it. You actually leave it worse because you had this opportunity to help people and my gift for whatever it's worth is to affect people with the roles that i play and some people need to have some people need to cry. Some people need to see that character. That reminds them of the guy that cut him off in traffic and they need to see him get an an accident and have to deal with the police and all that and that makes them feel better cathartic and my gift is to affect people in the less. I'm part who. I am on the people that are watching me the more hard to believe that carrot in the more they are to be able to to feel what they need to feel from. Whatever i'm doing in that scene or whatever. I'm doing that show that movie. That's my duty. That's my gift. It's what i can give people. And i i do this because that's my way of helping. That's my way of helping fellow person. And that's kinda wanna do. The beauty of it is that i get paid very well but all that gives me the ability to to do what i think. My wife deserves on what my parents deserve. What my inlaws deserve. And i'm able to to do more for them for me. I do get joy knowing that people truly will come to me and the oh you know what you did. In that scene are at that day. I was just feeling so down and i saw that and i realized that i wasn't the only one and i watched how your care to went through it and that helped me and then that's i think that's my whole purpose is a humid at this point in my life. That's what i'm supposed to be doing. I mean that's my god given talent. So that's what. That's what i do to help. Well that's an incredible perspective on it. When that i've heard quite the same way before. How's it feel to you when people come up to fans and they come up to you and tell you that the you made a real effect on their life in that way in the to inspired them or help them in some way. It's a beautiful thing. I know i did my job. I did we got to do i. I know that. I love people say all the time. They're like oh ray or or or chad or or yellow they call me the characters name. Like oh. I'm sorry. I'm and i'm like no that's fine because obviously you see me as they cared and you got what you need it from that from that character right. Don't you don't have to know who. I am as a person. You'll brown junior the actor so always weird when people know my name. That's one of my What me and let us right. I act but what i do. Is i do those characters and then leave it. I don't think about it again. Because i did. I painted that picture. And now i've moved on and taken what i've learned from that painting into the next one and hopefully this one's more realistic whatever it needs to be or it has more pain in it. What has more laughter into has more healing in it I it it gives me the. I cry at night and just so thankful that i was able to affect someone good better indifferent but i i was able to affect them and give them what they need it for the day. Even if it's like i couldn't stand you can't and they love to hate this other character and but that's giving them something that's giving them a feeling that they needed some people that have like horrible horrible days and then they come home and they watch the show where there was just movie or they catch this scene and you just lifted them up and i just don't think there's a better thing that you can do for people then in helping them through their day. I think there's a lot of congruency really in real life between who meal brown is and ray. Does this show up in any other part of your life of the show anytime it gets really rough. Um because i get sad like anyone else. I gave Showing these emotions putting this stuff that men people like put so deeply and they're not able to really share having its surface on the surface is hard it's taxing But i always pray for guidance. Pray for strength because It's my job. It's what i'm at at this point in my life. I think this is what i'm meant to do. And so. I can't take a day off because that is probably the day that that person needed it the most and if you have the ability to be a light if you have the ability to be hell if you have the ability to be the darkness that shade that someone needs for that day. I just don't think that you can give up and throw your hands up But also have a duty to be honest with people. And now that i'm not i don't always have the strength to do it. I don't even wanna do it a lot of times. But i still do it. In spite of how feeling. Because i know people need it and for that matter i need it because part of me needs to to to help So i didn't think in all aspects of my life I wanted to be the big daddy like marriage. You know as it gets frustrating. Sometimes you just don't want to. But i wanted to be this husband with all this responsibility and all these things so i have to get up and keep pushing floor. Yeah well you've had an incredible journey so far and i sense that you're really just getting started. I feel like it i. That's exactly how i feel. Yeah i feel. I describe it as the. It's like i had this room this houst- hit this huge house actually And i knew every nook and cranny of the house i knew where every door hinge whatever everything that squeaked and everything about this house and then i got straight outta compton and i opened to realize that i was in the forty eight hour time of this huge massive mansion that had five hundred more rooms that i thought was the house have five hundred and now i have to go figure out all of these what i thought was it at the figure. It all out you know it was just this little space amongst is huge vast property And that's how i feel about my career. How i feel like it's just getting started. Everyday's is a new. And i try to learn something every single day from this job and that prey to learn whether it be behind the camera with me in front of the camera with about sound whether it be about the person I was working with Marlon wayans and helped put something rich shift at the same thing but marlin particular You know he said it comes from the top down this little talking talking about like duty. He says the guy. Then you have to set the tone and you have to make sure that people.