17 Burst results for "Forty Forty Five Minutes"

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Going to have to just get a driver's license. Know new drivers license. I said, okay, I'll do that. So then they send you to chairs came, I sat in the chairs for no forty forty five minutes, I guess, and then they finally called d sixteen fifty or whatever it was. And I finally got up. And. The guy actually said, I know you from somewhere has bad to say so before you go any further two things. Strike me here. A I can't believe that a former governor doesn't have some sort of fast pass at the DMV. Former governor has nothing and pension benefits. No nothing but a great job at WB Brady, of course, the second thing that strikes me is, is not as you're not telling me that you walk into a DMV, and they're, they're challenging who you are. And you can't turn around somebody say, does anybody here recognize me. No actually no one. There did recognize. I five me behind me. I find that really hard, other state employees it just shows your your forgotten very quickly. And I wasn't about to pull out that colored at because that would have been more embarrassing when they would've gone. So what you lost. And it would be in half anyway. Yeah. So anyway, they finally got me and I got my new drive, and then the drivers think is I needed a driver's license today. Get into the pensive. Yeah. The pensive at they say you have to bring ID, and that would be embarrassing again to go the Pence. Invent sorry, sir. We can't let you in your ideas. I think I'm doing the prayer something for the Pennsylvania, but I don't want to be neither pensive. But now they gave me a piece of paper for gave me a piece of paper as my driver's license. Not in my Waller here it is the it's a piece of paper..

DMV WB Brady Pennsylvania Waller forty forty five minutes
"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on RISE Podcast

RISE Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on RISE Podcast

"I was able to like what I'm so confused about is. I always thought that everything you're doing they're like, how would you you take what you had done in classes, and you just try and adapt it totally. I'm trying. That like, you wouldn't you don't know how to teach cycle. They're like have the attitude, and they can teach you anything. But is it? How do you own a space? How do you take man of a room? How do you connect with people and they can see that start Gaspart's at. Yeah. So that is your spiritual gifting is your ability to connect with people think. So absolutely one hundred percent and everyone who's coming to rise is gonna get it was asking me day. He's like what is your main goal in? What you do? And we're like building my website and stuff like that. And like I want people to connect with themselves so much so that they feel like they can see themselves another person. And then connect with them say that say unpack that like I wanna understand that fully I think in this day and age where everything's gogo. We're social media will grip your attention where there's all different things vying for. A little piece of who you are that we are so desperate to connect inwardly. And when we have that depletion of not connecting with ourselves. We don't connect with other people. That makes it did. How what are the things that you do? I definitely I'm cheese ball 'cause we're talking about it. But I think I get that in a soul cycle class. Like that is the sounds so cheesy and people are one hundred percent like this woman noisome people, and I don't say this disrespectful way. But it is it is a spiritual experience. It is a it is a it. It's whatever you want it to be really it's or it's fun or at the party. But for me, I always feel like it's forty forty five minutes of prayer set to a beyond say soundtrack, of course, which is really what I need. In this formation. That's incredible. And I mean when you think about it, it's an dark room. Mhm is moving your body in a way that you're uncomfortable with on a bike, and like your phone Rable, and expose and there's no other option but to connect with yourself, and then it's my job to facilitate in energy in a room where people not necessarily feel comfortable connecting with people because connections, comfortable. But feel like they have the ability to commend. The advance reader copies of girl. Stop apologizing are fish -ly out in the world, which means for the first time ever people. Besides my editor are reading my new book. And I can't wait for you to read it to I wrote girl stop apologizing because I wanted to give women permission to do just that stop apologizing for who you are sup apologizing for the dreams and goals and hopes you have for your life the tagline for this book.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Before the Millions

"And this has kind of cultivated your beliefs today dislike kind of constantly without even realizing it. You know, I think about the fact that as I was growing up I almost didn't have a fancy for spicy food. Like, I wasn't my thing. And even some instances. I'd be like, I don't I don't eat spicy food. I'm not I'm not a big fan. Oh. It. And. It wasn't until recently, which you can call this. You can call me like weird, or you know, whatever. But recently, I was thinking about that belief in why just kind of stayed away from spicy food. It wasn't like a big thought experiment. But I was just like why is that the case do I really not like spicy food or cannot handle spicy food. Like, why do I have that preconceived notion before ever trying we're going near spicy food? Like that's just who I am. I've already accept that years ago. There's no reason to come back and reevaluate it, right? Like, that's I I know this to be true about myself. But I did anyways. And I quickly realized again, this is totally weird. It can't be. I don't care, right. But I quickly realized how much I enjoy spicy food and this happened like an instinct, I just changed my mind. I was like, you know, what I'm just going to drop the belief that I had about spicy food and my notion sword, and I'm going to pick up a new why not I'm allowed to do that. I love spicy food. And I haven't lived it all these years because I adopted somebody else's belief system and just internalized this became mind. Somebody else didn't like iron like in either. We don't we don't like spicy food. And we do that with so many things right? So have you maybe accidentally done that with get rich quick schemes? Have you been turned off by them? If so ask yourself why what's the reason? And you may be a little surprised at what you come up with. So there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, my my business Tipper quick tip. You know, fifteen or twenty minute drop in Friday quick session is now over forty forty five minutes so help that's kind of helped redefine your viewpoint on get. Rich quick schemes on MLM's on multilevel marketing on network marketing in these these pair, mid type businesses hope it's kind of giving you like this this new outlook on them and what's possible. And maybe even how to look at the glass half full when you approach these things or how to use these trainings that these things offer to help you in other areas of your life. Or in fact, how to go ahead with the system and get rich quick. Right. Because that's always a possibility. We forget like, well, what if this actually does happen? Like, what if I actually do get like, we always think about the bad things, you know? And I'm saying well, don't think about the bad things. Think about the things that you could possibly get out of it will we don't often think about the one thing that we signed up for in the first place. What if I actually do get rich quick? I say this to say that when it comes to mind challenge. And I actually had a breakthrough session recently that really opened up the doors for this individual had an individual who was actually doing the five challenge. And he was just like, you know, what I like a really enjoy the things that you're putting out in these concepts are amazing similar to what John was saying. Right. But was just like I kind of gave up on the challenge and us man, really why did you do that? And he was like well, and it was day two by the way guys like he was literally like on day two. And it was like, well, I just I guess kind of don't believe where I guess I didn't believe I don't have it in me to believe that I can actually make five thirty days. And I kind of sat on that us. I how. And there's so much. I wanted to to get into at that point. Because man, this was a breakthrough session. It's for clarity. Right. I'm not doing coaching. I'm not on the phone with this guy like teaching him like how to make five thirty days..

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Not good at making the cookies and this time they finally came out right because it made three different batches where I just often the same batch. I did three different cooks of I only had like one cookie sheet, and I had to like my recipe called for only half tablespoon of a dollop. And I was like that seems really small. I didn't get out much spread out. It's like reverse bacon, bacon, like all shrivels up. Like, the cookie dough spreads out. So my first one that I made the whole sheet look like giant cookie. And I was like all right. That's not the way to do it. And then the next one will like medium size, and then I sign it had like the smaller ones. But. Damn good. And I use my little kitchen aid thing, you know, second para hands not free advertising. I just love that fucking thing that things turn in. And I'm over the counter doing something else. But I learned from the expert my mother, she told me. She's like, well, how did you do it? You know, I'm like, well, you know, I put them in the kitchen, she's got to fold the flower. You can't use that you can't use the kitchen you wanna fold in. And she's trying to say because it. Get some air in there. I don't know it has to do with gluten I have no idea because my cookie seemed a little bit runny yet crispy and every oven is is different. So I used a classic. Our version my family's version of the classic tollhouse. Recipe. Chocolate chip cookies were invented by couple of ladies in Massachusetts at this place this toll tollhouse tavern or something like that. And they they would use a semi sweet chocolate chip. And that's what I always use. But I got. My wife told me that she likes milk chocolate. So I said fine. So I put the milk chocolate ones in there. And everybody said they say they were good. They were like this is the best guide chocolate. Chip cookie, I ever tasted. So maybe I'll do a cooking video. On that shit. But can't give away my family recipes. So I don't fucking do it. Then having said that I fired up my big green egg for the first time in a long time. And I had these two fucking rib is would like literally the fucking. The rib bone sticking out you could've fucking brain somebody with that when they were frozen and. I got impatient. With my green egg. I was told to fifty with indirect heat. It went up to like three ten. So I was like all right. I'll leave it in there for like forty forty five minutes instead of doing the full hour, then I reversed seared it when I was on the stove I done that for a minute and ended up being under salted and overcooked to beautiful pieces of meat and fucked it up. Just really fucking it made me sick because those things freezer for a while. But I still ate it. And I will not waste it. I'm going to eat. I'm going to remember next time to be more patient. That's the biggest thing with the big green egg. You gotta be fucking patient. And I'm just not because that shit will just stay at the temperature. You want just? Just getting late who come back from the party. I just wanted to put them on here that. When you put it on. Up fucking up. So anyways, I think Lantis more set said it best when she said, what did she say something being ironic? She said you live you learn. Yusop date you..

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

The Nightly Rant

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

"Multiple multiple answer steady issue when your government style thing. So if you're Republican you're gonna pick the more Republican leading solution, but just because it's a Republican leading solution doesn't mean it's completely Republican solution. But that's the problem. Is that they do make decisions based off of their ideology and a lot of times their own personal beliefs are different. But yet they're voting the party wine that to me indicates that there's some corruption. They're like somebody's getting paid money, and they don't wanna lose that position. So they do whatever it takes to hang onto that position. Right. Another reason to have term limits. This just yet let's be real will end after termites, and I don't know about you. But. The whole blocking people just because thing really pisses me off because you see in my opinion, if someone is that crazy person who posts the most lunacy of things in the most lunatic rats in whatever blocking that person. Only accomplishes one thing that's one less detractors speak out against that person. They're now free little more free to speak how they want. Because let's face it. If you could predict how many people in group, we're gonna react negatively to a person's comment, and you knew that seventy percent, we're gonna react negatively. You probably wouldn't say anything you'd be quiet because you figure out of that seventy percent. Somebody else will speak up. That's not the way to do. It. The way to do is eight percent need to speak up. All seventy percent make it overwhelming until that person. Because otherwise, even if you kick their ass in a debate, they leave thinking, well, I could have done better in that debate. But I still have all the support of all the people does that's what they truly think is most what do they say? What's that saying silence is what accepted silences acceptive you use it? I use it lots of people use it. But it's true. If you think about it if I say to you. I'm going out that door right now. I'm going to go down to the car. I'm gonna drive to dogpound in. I'm going to take the read odds, bring them all. If you just look at me and smile, don't say anything, and I'm serious about doing that. We're gonna have three more dogs tonight. Because silence is acceptance if you don't say, no don't do that. Or let's talk about it. Do we ever think to ourselves? Oh, they didn't say anything. They must be against it. No. Because as we talked about in the car the other day actually think it was today. The reason I say to you that the naysayers don't ever bother me is because I know that for every one person that says something negative, there's at least a thousand people who think something positive about you. Of course, just look at look at the threads in the last couple of days that have been going on. There are so many people liking the comments and only two making negative comments. Come on. Will exactly n it's the because the people like I said to you people think about this. If you go to the steak restaurant, let's say outback any order steak in the steak is good. Do you? Seek out the manager and say, yo dude, the steak tonight was so delicious course, you don't. It's very rare. It's on asks you as they're walking by how was everything you might tell the most steak was delivered as manager happens to cruise by. Yeah. But you're not gonna go. Seek him out to tell him that. But I'll tell you damn well, it stick tastes terrible was full of gristle in over-cooked in under-cooked another places where forty forty five minutes to get to you. You're going to say something to the manager because people like to complain more than they like to praise fighting. It's it's a sad thing that even as a parent you have to remind yourself with your kids that it's really easy to say. You didn't brush your teeth. You didn't clean up your room?.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on No Laying Up

"On the gulf category they won't last long supplies do go quickly they've also got some limited edition gear in there the custom oh geo stan bags and some sandblasted mac daddy four wedges stamped by the master himself anthony toronto so go to shop dot whalebone dot com pick up the gulf issue and some merchandise as well now let's get back to our podcast with stephen yeager i think he was we were when he's asking about golf course in tennessee he was dying for get your input on sweden's co i he's germany there's there's not enough rules therefore yeah dr a he goes there and he just freaked out this is madness i like sweden's i really do it's a great it's a great gambling of course so many birdies in there so many i mean so much crazy stuff going on i don't think i would like to play an attorney but for gambling purposes is awesome because you can you know i wish they would put two pins on the greens i've told the guys out there but they want to keep it as a nine hole i get it you know that's what they're you know kind of you know supporting but i think the greens are big enough to put two flags on their and you wouldn't even see that or flag i mean the greens are so massive ner so you know on delated that e could play teen holes easy and to make it to different golf golf courses but i think it's a cool track and it's you know it's just one of those there's no what's how big is the sign maybe two feet one foot three pieces of barn would yeah and you know no clubhouse and it's just it's just got a cool vibe to and you know we don't really go that often just because when i'm home i just you know practice gaumont places and drive forty forty five minutes to you know to sweden's but it's a really cool spot and i think they've done well with it there and it's crazy good golfers in chattanooga it really is it really is i mean the honors as well that that's you know always top hundred in states every year black rock black greek every played it but lookout mountain look mountain got that place drives you nuts i don't know if you have somebody that that plays they're all time but i remember the second green a lookout mountain i think he goes like it goes up hill towards the back right but everything's downhill so your love yeah this little harder off degreen long i mean it's just 'cause as a mountain it's just kinda crazy but it's it's goodman where we don't have as good public courses really you know we we have a lot of really good product courses around even the farm and dalton is pure all and it's it's a lot of good golf around chattanooga within an hour which is which is fantastic so you mentioned sweden too good gambling course wouldn't wanna play tournament what makes it good tournament course for your what's what's the different i think i think if if you'd have to put degree if he would have to make greens tournament speed sweden's i think would get to pitiable yeah you have three pins on the on the on a you know huge green you know if i if i think of you know number three right the whole lift front part of the green is unusable if you're if you're rolling twelve right which is the best part with that which is the greatest part of that green but you have to have it rolling a nine or ten sevens the same way exact same way so i think it would make the greens a lot smaller and it wouldn't you know have all those runoffs in play because you couldn't put the pins they're right seven the same i mean you like you just said it's there's really only a few pins if the greens are fast but e can sneak him on the corners when the greens are wrong you know eight or nine but i think for tournament speed it would it would just eliminate a lot of cool stuff that's going on there it's just a perfect glimpse into how different tournament gulf is from everything else that we all play anybody else listen to this one hundred i mean.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"One zero six point seven k rockies k r q and you're listening to the kevin and bean show actually asked earlier today how does somebody get their head stuck in a tailpipe have you never been drunk alley everything seems like a good idea when you're drunk tailpipe seem so small seems so small even huge trucks i don't know how my head was not and i'm i'm along the lines of you not a small noggin this is a i mean this has that that famous quote hey by head could probably fit that has resulted so many people doing so many dubbed figs i think we have the report of this woman in minnesota who sure enough got her head stuck in a truck tailpipe i young woman found herself in the wrong place at a central minnesota music festival check this out wire how she got here but this woman's head got stuck and the exhaust pipe now she's at a music festival must be really bad news music festival get to the point where you're walking around trucks thinking about that gotta stop listening this have another weinstock music festival on wednesday and the county sheriff's office says that they cited her for underage drinking fire department was called in and they had to use a power saw to help her get out shortly alcohol that is a that's a little terrifying video to watch by the way of the firefighters with power saw going through the exhaust pipe because you just think oh man if they you just go a little bit too far you're stuck is she was stuck for forty forty five minutes can you imagine that i would i would panic and hyperventilate and pass out just because i because i would not think i haven't of oxygen you know what i mean so you would make sure that you didn't have enough oxygen not on purpose it wouldn't be my goal to do all those things but i think i would you're okay all right i think i would be i think i would be claustrophobic and terrified i mean you still headed there and you can't get it out i'm guessing the she's not claustrophobic you know what i mean look look most people aren't claustrophobic once you get an mri machine and it closes around you you go wow this is i wish i'm not i'm not comfortable that having a little more room around my face at least mri machines are quiet so you got that right so anyway so the topic is what did you get stuck in so we used to do christmas albums right time ago we would have our artists do stuff we put some comedy on there and then we would have signings and people would lineup and there were i don't know there was probably two hundred and fifty people in line waiting for us and we were in the parking lot and being an i were with tad truck and he looked his keys in he locked his keys inside and beans like oh this is a truck so it's got that little open window in the back the little slider.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Six hundred seventy kiro q this is the kevin and bean show it is twenty minutes after nine o'clock colley actually asked earlier today how does somebody get their head stuck in a tailpipe have you never been drunk alley everything seems like a good idea when you're drunk tailpipe seems seems so small even huge trucks i dunno my head was feeling not well and i'm i'm along the lines of you not a small noggin this is a i mean this has that that famous quote hey by head could probably fit that has resulted so many people doing so many things i think we have a report of this woman in minnesota whose shirt off got her head stuck in the truck tailpipe young woman found herself in the wrong place at a central minnesota music festival check this out why not sure why or how she got here but this woman's head got stuck and the exhaust pipe now she's at a music festival must be really bad news music festival get to the point where you're walking around trucks thinking about that gotta stop listening this happened at the woodstock music festival wednesday and the county sheriff's offices that they cited her for underage drinking fire department was called in and they had to use a power saw to help her get out shortly alcohols volvo that's a little terrifying video to watch by the way of the firefighters with a power saw going through this exhaust pipe because you just think i'll man if they can just go a little bit too far your dentist doc is she was stuck for forty forty five minutes can you imagine that i would i would panic at hyperventilate and pass out just because i because i would not think i have enough oxygen you know what i mean so you would make sure that you didn't have enough oxygen not on purpose it wouldn't be my goal to do all those things but i think you're okay all right i think i think i would be claustrophobic and terrified i mean you still overhead headed and you can't get it out i'm guessing that she's not claustrophobic you know what i mean like probably look look most people aren't claustrophobic once you get an mri machine and it closes around you you go wow this is i wish i'm not i'm not comfortable that have a little more room around my face at least mri machines are quiet so you got that go so anyway so the topic is what did you get stuck in so we used to do christmas albums time ago we would have our artists do stuff we put some comedy on there and then we would have signed easy people with lineup and there were i don't know there was probably two hundred and fifty people in line waiting for us and we were in the parking lot and being an i were with tad truck right all right he had and he left his keys in he locked his keys inside and beans like oh this is a truck so it's got that little open window in the back of the little slider.

colley forty forty five minutes twenty minutes
"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"You were sort of forced to buy a a pretty expensive set of snap onto and so that's why believe i had those on my car so we got on fifty seven south i know i know it was getting closer to evening so i don't know if it was like three four o'clock five o'clock but it was definitely getting late but then something happened well i wanna say it was outside of couple miles outside of chanqi which is what about thirty forty forty five minutes maybe outside of chicago something like that and if if i recall the the car started sputtering to some extent lights came on and basically we lost complete power and to your point earlier about the the transmission so you know basically put the clutch down and you serve glide to stop pullovers the side of the road over to the shoulder and you know we attempted to sort of restart the car restart the car nothing would just wouldn't turn over and you know we knew we had gas so we had really no idea what the heck was going on the car was dead and this was in the mid nineties when neither of us had any kind of cell phone but there wasn't exit not too far up ahead we got out and walked in a couple of miles up we came to the exit we were right there at the off ramp on a state trooper drove by spotted us we told him what happened he said there was a motel and an auto repair place right there at that very exit he called us to tow the tow truck hooked up the two hundred six and brought the car over to us years type place where they where they did auto servicing montgomery ward was that it monka reward that was it now keep in mind we'd left chicago in the late afternoon or evening like you said it was late at night there was no chance that we were going to get in then but thinking was that you know we we stay overnight and then get the car fixed pretty much first thing in the morning.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Should add a nice side benefit is it helps lower risk of prostate cancer there's plenty of don on i said but the other thing to do is take the beach a checks the beat say checks powder forty five minutes before you exercise it's a real key as over forty colleges and universities in united states right now at this time telling their athletes to jewish red beach now that's an important distinction it's not sugar beach this is not a sugary product sugar beets are what they use now to make table sugar well we don't really call the species and plants but it's totally different plant it doesn't have that sugar content a lady contacted me this week and i told to listen before you exercise because you're trying to get back into what she wanted to cycle she wanted to ride a bike you know it's springtime the snow is melting effect it's going to be a nice day today everybody prang get outside and get some walking in there she wanted to start cycling and i should take take the beach about forty forty five minutes before your cycle just throw it in some yogurt or throw it in some liquid better off what liquid cause you'll absorb it faster and i said nadal open up your muscles data improved blood flow to your muscles.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You're not getting enough what we call passive regeneration in your after treatment in other words you're inches not generating enough heat to burn the black soot before it goes out into the atmosphere so a light comes on and says you got a couple of options driver you can either stop right now take the forty minutes or whatever it takes and hit the region and let it go through a region cycle or you can get out on the highway get up sixty five miles an hour and go truck down the road for a few hours and it'll do its thing naturally choices if you're in stop and go traffic you're downtown somewhere that's not really an option for me to get on the highway so then you gotta shut that thing down for forty forty five minutes depending on the truck and the situation and let it go through the region cycle there's nothing we can do about that that's the nature of the truck that we that we were interfacing with today and if you have an issue like those those the region cycle has a filter system if it plugs up is that where you see the truck coming into your yeah we'll see that's a mate maintenance item and most fleets have gotten wise enough to put those on schedule it's kind of like you come in and get your oil filter change your air filter change well you get your filter cleaned in some cases exchange it depending on what kind of program you prefer but you need to really put that on a schedule and that's very challenging to determine okay do i need to change mine every eight thousand miles or clean it every eighty thousand miles are changing every four fifty and it could be that wrong of timeframe or mileage and so it takes a little you need some in consulting you need an a.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The one thing well a couple of things about mike you guys all know and i talk about this i complain about it all day every day but it drives me nuts when i say to mike august it's a it's a seven twenty five flight i checked the ways it's gonna take like forty forty five minutes to get there thus wheels up five forty five i mean it because if we we're going to roll in at six thirty for seven twenty five flight and we're parking and walking to the to the terminal you screw up by ten or fifteen minutes we may very well missed that flight so i say to mike august five forty five wheels up my house and then i walked away there many people my life were i tell them five forty five and then i explained to them the concept of time that five forty five actually stands for five forty five that five forty five doesn't mean five fifty five or six am that then i have to get into some math the reason it's five forty five is because it's about forty five to the airport which gets us there at six thirty which means we're parking at six thirty which means we got seven twenty five to do a lot of reverse engineering timelines and there are times specific times there's no imbuing five hundred forty three we all know that people in our lives where we have to stop and go oh majority of what five fortyfive means and then depart where you think at five when you get up i should call i should just call like and i realize now those people whoever you may be you have to think yourself look.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"Going on what are what are you lean and he said mom i'm in the port of all there's a threat everyone's talking about at people are crying and um you know texting where are you and he's not in his school houses like five thousand kids it's a huge campus but he was in the portables which are outs in a field which is part of a public park with no fences no all defend of what i would say a defendable area um glass windows you know it's a trailer that's all it is um he said you know the word police on campus i knew that people were scared people or call them their parents them and become get them so i immediately called the school the phone ring than rings and ring noone to answering the phone to score you know as a parent you have your pool of parents you start text you haven't hate have you hurt you know what's going on um but with another care who was on her way to the school she said i'm on my way there now um my son's texting me also she accidentally works for the sheriff's department but she didn't have any any more information than the rest of a cat uh she did say that attacks excuse me it was posted on instagram that morning at seven thirty five um i don't wanna say who posted it or exactly what it said but it was a threat directed at that particular school the school my son would to the pta president is the one that found that she took it straight to the carnival and then of course than they call them everyone else um it was absolutely gut wrenching by the time i look i work two miles pre miles may be from more my son goes to school but trying to get there and traffic that took like ten or fifteen minutes that was like the longest ten or fifteen minutes of my life to get to that school and it was probably another forty forty five minutes before i got him physically um every parent there there was some in host eric there were people crying only got there there was state troopers and miami dade cops and school police you know there was.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hitler did and with trump it's like i think that wasn't hitler like anti jewish but trump is moving our embassy to jerusalem he seems to be like the opposite of hitler by people would claim that he has reaction towards radical islamic terrorism is the same kind of racism that hitler's was towards the jews he's only with trump it's towards muslims and they'd be incorrect in that of course spot yeah of course every time somebody jumps the hitler tracked to put trump on it i i think they're this way off the rails no pun intended this is tom terms issue well i just had calls back to apply yeah trump is the precedent resist john was kids who had a birthday party the cake they want suggesting packs initial words mb grouchy in grumpy until they get their way now i don't care about that but that does come from the fruit of the bad treat now where i was talking about the guys with you gatien is this a glass tower plastic tower software with uh is uh the do want that to the street me disciplined what you do to me and education like you do the me i couldn't agree with you more than i have no idea what you're talking about again but that's fine that's where we have an open by the way chaired we have a one coal per show rule in this is instructive for you to an and while i welcome your phone calls it does make the time passed by more quickly makes my job easier when you choose to a pint by phone call i hope you will at some point over the next i dunno forty forty five minutes got nightcap sessions gas coming up a after the news a 1030 by the way of but if you call the lines 513 seven four nine seven thousand or one eight hundred eight four three two four four one and i hope you will understand there are a couple of rules rule number one is you get one bite at the.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Acquired

"The things that the make them good an engineering our are pushing them toward a future where they don't really show you a list of things anymore because voices is when it's an output is not a really good way to ever like liftoff stuff it's a good way to like just do one thing so you you tell to do a thing and it does a thing and like imagine if you are no longer searching getting a bunch of blue links and getting one blue link that's paid for and it's more like you just yell sent mad at and that it gives you the answer and like where where do they start charging for things in that world like did they start in blending paid inorganic results where sometimes you're getting a sponsored one or two they start move shifting their business model where they are realizing that will actually you know were about to be best in class at this new form of hardware a new form of experienced that people want it was doubled down on that and actually owned the full user experience at the hardware level yeah but against dangerous and maybe we should officially moving detectives here and this is this is where rate lake an koogle's in a challenging spot because they're sort of being forced to compete on this playingfield that we've been describing for the last forty minutes here but uh forty forty five minutes um but they are fundamentally a horizontal company and the playing field we just described as a vertical vertically integrated playing field a i guess i guess what i'm saying is i think the horizontal company may be at risk um and that business may not be something they can keep riding for the next decade and um they made the amine that.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This episode of stuff you mr history classes brought to you by blue apron i have been travelling a lot lately in a it is very exhausting when i get home like on a sunday night to them think i gotta go the garage door but have blue apron delivered i'm like oh no i have three meals got delivered already i don't have to go right now i can relax a little bit which is really really nice because it comes right to your door if i'm not home whoever is watching house or my husband if he is not traveled with be put it in the fridge everything's fine forget home sunday night i can make a beautiful meal right then and they have some really amazing stuff coming up there is a mizuho butter salmon in looming noodles with cucumber in term tomatoes that i am super looking forward to and a meatball pizza with fresh cheese that also features charm tomatoes my husband is very excited about that one because pizza is his favorite food group what's amazing is that all of these meals are affordable they're less than ten dollars per person per meal and their seasonal recipes with preportion ingredients that make delicious homecooked meal super easy you can choose from a variety of new recipes each week or just let them surprise you i go with the surprises and each meal comes with a step by step easy to follow recipes and instructions and the ingredients are preportion to expel forty forty five minutes to make them and then you have it absolutely gorgeous meal to check out this week's menu and get your first three meals for free with free shipping by going to blue apron dot com slash history you're going to love how good it feels and tastes to create incredible home cooked meals with blue apron so don't wait that's blueaproncomhewitt tree blue apron a better way to cook.

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"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"forty forty five minutes" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This episode of stuff you mr history class is brought to you by blue apron i have been travelling a lot lately in a it is very exhausting when i get home week on a sunday night to them think i gotta go the garage door but have blue apron delivered of like oh no i have three meals got delivered already i don't have to go right now i can relax a little bit which is really really nice because it comes right to your door if i'm not home whoever is watching the house or my husband if he is not traveled with b put it in the fridge everything's fine forget home sunday night i can make a beautiful meal right then and they have some really amazing stuff coming up there is a mizuho butter salmon in looming noodles with cucumber and term tomatoes that i am super looking forward to and a meet meatball pizza with fresh cheese that also features charm tomatoes my husband is very excited about that one because pizza is his favorite food group what's amazing is that all of these meals are affordable they're less than ten dollars per person per meal and their seasonal recipes with preportion ingredients that make delicious homecooked meal super easy you can choose from a variety of new recipes each week or just let them surprise you i go with the surprises and each meal comes a step by step easy to follow recipes and instructions and the ingredients are preportion to spell forty forty five minutes to make them and then you have a absolutely gorgeous meal to check out this week's menu and get your first three meals for free with free shipping by going to blue apron dot com slash history you're going to love how good it feels and tastes to create incredible home cooked meals with blue apron so don't wait that's blue apron dot com slash history blue apron a better way to cook.

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