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07:11 min | 8 months ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Forty four minutes before the hour on this Friday morning it is so tough to keep up with all the effects of this corona virus not only to our health but also to our economy the health of our economy the Dow slipped another thousand points yesterday the economy though probably added jobs at a pretty good pace back in February before there the outbreak began disrupting factory supply chains and that slow down business travel and a heightened economic fear stock markets all around the world taking factories close supply chains it pretty much cut off not good for job creation so we want to take a look at what we might expect today and what it might look like next month as we are joined now by mark Hamrick senior economic analyst over at Bankrate and mark thanks for being with us on first light always great to be with you Michael thank you so the issue here is that the effects of the corona virus outbreak are beginning to be felt in various parts of the economy but do we expect that they would have had an impact back in February with the jobs I don't think it will make much of a difference for this particular monthly jobs report it may be the last one we have for a while where that's the case so we think about the fact that they're basically as a survey week that's in the middle of the month when this data is collected and so we did not have that sort of full fledged sense of crisis that now seems to have enveloped the nation and maybe the rest of the world are much of it so this will be a pretty good looking jobs report if it comes out looking like most people expected to including myself and that would include that about one hundred seventy thousand jobs were added last month very consistent with what we've seen over the past year the jobless rate was at three point six percent in the month of January that's expected to go down to three and a half percent matching the lowest levels in about fifty years sure you see the growth well it's really likely mostly across the board that would typically be in areas like health care education leisure and hospitality probably did well because people were going out to bars and restaurants in both January and February as it was a warmer than it topical winter also construction jobs have been doing well there's a worker shortage there that's been helping the housing market to do better aware we do not expect to see strength is in the manufacturing sector and that is a sort of a factor of the supply chain disruptions where China isn't making the things that would typically be making we need those guys of those goods in the United States to sell or intermediate parts that go into the final production of items in the United States as well so manufacturing is really lurch from the U. S. China trade dispute to supply disruptions burgeoning from China and manufacturing just can't seem to catch a break here well I would assume that the the problems with the supply chain from China will hit and take a long time I mean that that's a pretty long pipeline but once it hits it'll also take a long time to be resolved because they still haven't gotten back on track in China right and we're continuing to look for signs you know on a daily basis whether China does get essentially back online but he's in the United States if you think about let's say a computer manufacturer some of those kinds of organizations will have a look to a variety of countries for a particular kind of part and so they have the ability to supplant production from China elsewhere and you know good on the laundry list of locations around the world that although that can do that kind of work including Vietnam or Mexico but for companies that essentially staked all of their bats on production in China alone those are the ones that are having the greatest degree of difficulty right now we're talking with mark Hamrick Bankrate dot com about the February jobs report that's coming out later this morning so if a great part of the population gets pretty much confined to home base I would imagine the economic effects of that would be disproportionately felt well we can see someone in the way that investors are treating different stocks as to where those impacts are likely to be window leisure and hospitality one of the primary or is very recently with the airline stocks down some twenty plus percent hotel stocks similarly and now we're seeing it in to the the dining segment in terms of to the question of where work can you know continue obviously the services sector is able to basically you know generally speaking move some work from the office to home obviously if you're on the front lines of this in health care you can't do that inter at least in terms of you know providing healthcare education you're gonna have some students are staying at home as we've seen in Japan and Italy obviously China as well so you know I think that ultimately there will be broad based impacts across the economy but there are some areas that are feeling it right away the last twenty four to forty eight hours United Airlines is cut back on its flight schedule and I expect that we'll see probably Saddam offer lows growing in the airline industry now so once this outbreak or epidemic or perhaps pandemic is in a manageable status how long will it take for the economic effect to disappear I wish I could say Michael that I had a high degree of confidence about knowing what that looks like but I don't because essentially we're playing something out here that we haven't had before we don't really have a great model certainly on a national or international basis from which to sort of compare I think China is going to be the error that we look to first to see how that goes and how soon it can happen obviously if your I have to get to the earlier point if you're a manufacturer still waiting for parts you can't just start the assembly lines such as the automakers I know they've been scoring over the past couple of weeks to try to make sure they have adequate sleep supplies of parts but obviously if you're a restaurant if you have have the personnel you need if you have essentially all the food you need to get the business up and running then all you need customers and you know I would think those kind operations could resume in in quick order it's going to be very challenging to get supply and demand in balance here it is very complicated and the other part is unique customers right and we don't know how quickly whether their business or leisure travelers how soon they'll be going back to the skies well mark maybe I when we talk maybe we'll talk a month from now and we'll see what this month looks likes because it's it's definitely hitting it's it's beginning to sink in I think and into everybody's mind that this thing is here and it's going to be with us for a while let's hope that will have better news next time we talk Michael before you go mark is there anything in particular we should look for to give us a clue today I think that but but I think the first tour is gonna be weekly jobless claims new claims for unemployment benefits and consumer confidence and course we're watching the financial markets very closely and for stocks and has a look good in treasury yields are moving to unforeseen lows so it's quite dramatic what's happening in markets all right well thanks for providing some clarity and guidance on this we have been talking with senior economic analyst over at bank rate mark Hamrick mark thanks for being with us on first like my pleasure Michael thank you seventeen before the our our first live within a take a break we'll come back with a check on headlines top sports on the nation's whether we got some winter still.

NBA championship odds: Lakers still lead pack despite quiet trade deadline; Clippers improve chances

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

09:51 min | 9 months ago

NBA championship odds: Lakers still lead pack despite quiet trade deadline; Clippers improve chances

"Did you make of the two teams? How do you feel about them currently? Wow Oh well I I I I stand by. I think the clippers have long time then the favorites. I think the way that the Lakers have played This season and how they've consistently consistently performed Dwight Howard has been a pleasant surprise. I think Kyle Kuzma with the injury to start off the season. He he hasn't really gun the things that they would like. These are very good contributor. But I think that the clippers with all the management and and Paul George Missing Time and some Injuries and you look at where they are there. Second Right now and for me. I think that the clippers are the best team right are they. Are the team that come at at the end of the day you're going to have to go through in order to try and win a championship. Even though the Lakers have the best record and it looks like the Lakers are GonNa have home court At at this point in time if it were to start today I still feel like you know the clippers. The team that you're GONNA have to be in order to win the whole thing Richard. How all surprising that? The rockets decided to go full monty. There Bison not only are we gonNA run small lineups. We won't even carry a gun on the roster who would allow us to run any sort of other type lineups. Well it's a at this point in time. If you look at Dantonio you look at Dell Maury winter. We've we've had they not gone all in on whatever they believe right. What do they have to lose? They've been criticized up and down and make pulled off some pretty impressive trade getting in Chris. Paul getting in Russell Westbrook. They've done some really really good things to pair With with James Harden James Harden continuingly improved his offense of game. But it's like I'm not surprised anymore. It's like they look at their team. And they're like the way we're structured right now. We're probably up for a first or second round loss What can we do to really shocked at? How can we try and change things up? And they made them moved. ooh They believed that adding Covington and giving up Cappella and they just WanNa go all small ball kind of like what you would see from the Golden State Warriors for for a time So I'm not surprised by it. I think that you know everyone out. There is fighting for their job. I think Daryl Morey I think I think You look at Dan Tony think these guys are low key fighting for their jobs so if they know that first or second round loss possibly could be the end to their tenure. So why not try and go all whatever you believe. Richard Jefferson hanging out with this year. Makes you check them out today. Five o'clock Indiana Toronto. ESPN mean is also in studio with us as well by the way. You're listening to Los Angeles. So Richard Let me ask you this about what Brian said yesterday specifically in regards to that game like he he kind of talked about their lack of focus on defense. Where do you think the Lakers can get better on defense? Can they do it. Internally you have again you have some talented players and I. I always proceed very cautiously when you have a game like that and everyone wants to run and talk about it and break it down like look Russell. Westbrook had a great great game. Houston shot the ball extremely well if you send shot the ball like that against anybody on any given night. They're going to win that game Even Dan Tony said in his interview. He's like hey I understand what we're doing is different It all has to do with whether or not these guys will buy in and tonight was a big step that they would have gone out and got him blasted in a D had forty five right an twenty six against them. Everybody in that Houston Rocket Locker. Room would be questioning. What's what's going on? They would be getting murdered by the media. It would be going crazy but they were fortunate to get that win in La which very hard place to play and now. Everyone's questioning the Lakers. Well look I believe this. I believe that the Lakers are great regular season team. I think that last night they should've stayed with the White Howard. You can't Anthony Davis if there's a difference between being like having your numbers be dominant and actually being dominant and physically dominant. Anthony Davis just. Wasn't that Anthony. Davis Davis is not an again. I hate to talk about. What player isn't because he is a million great in every anybody would want them on their team but he's not a guy that just going to low post blocks doc band you up and then go and shoot a five-foot Hook shot and don't because he worked position that's why he runs the floor so well so he can get that early early post up in a great position and it's harder to guard but in the postseason when it becomes half court basketball? That's what the Houston Rockets are depending on when it becomes a half half halfcourt basketball game and they can spread it out and just have Russell James go to work and kick it out to more shooters so everyone had their theory. It's just a matter of WHO's going to be able to impose their will Richard One of the things that That's happening for the Lakers. This year is that when Lebron plays the offense is is tremendous right there. They're one of the best offensive teams out there. But when he doesn't play when he's not on the floor I should say that offense becomes very anemic even when Anthony Davis was an. MVP candidate in his own right is on the floor. And it reminded me of the years in In Cleveland the three years that Love Irving and and Lebron were together. When Lebron didn't play that team wasn't just not a great team not wasn't just a below five hundred they were awful and given that you've been on the inside you've been on a Lebron James Team? Can you explain to me how that is. How talented players? Once you remove this one guy turned into a bad basketball team. I think it's it's style of play. It's continuity I think that's something that it's it's weird because Lebron James is always you typically been healthy. She's always played in seventy five or more games except for last year due to the groin injury. So it's like this is the guy that each up eighty ninety percent of like court time. So you're what what you're really referencing is like non-core time and even then comes the postseason. This is a man that's going to go from playing thirty seven minutes a night thirty eight. He's going to go up to like forty three forty four minutes a night. 'cause there's no bags and there's no practices for most of his energies just using games. So what you're really talking about is how do you play Good Basketball for eight to ten minutes in it for twelve minutes and that can be tough to find that continuity. It's tough because it's such a small sample size right and yes it's a small. It's a large sample size is when you look at how often it happens. But it's very very difficult for coaches to be like how we're GONNA play for this ten to twelve minutes when the broncos out of the game because when he's in the game everything's everything's perfect. Everything's runs great room and I think that's the challenge. The coaches have a lot of people are talking about Darren. Collison coming in and then interrogating him bats. That's the challenge and it's and it's been a long time. The bron James Challenge is how do we play that 'cause they had with Kyrie Kyrie is a great score but it's like when Bronco go out of the game game that was an opportunity for Kyrie to really explore and really play his game and get his rhythm will Kyrie's rhythm might not necessarily be the rhythm for the the other guys on the court and I thought knock on Kyrie. If just like broad had the ball handed Kyrie was basically a two guard. Then Kai Bronco Ga.. The game in Cairo would become the point guard. But this was an opportunity to get going scoring and maybe throw the ball into Kevin Love. which when you had the surrounding guys there wasn't an offense? There wasn't a continuity beauty for us to play through so there's good still Lebron and there's challenges to Lebron. I wouldn't even call that bad but I think this final stretch is going to be key but understand. He's going to play more minutes in the postseason. So you can't really say like hey we need to figure out what we're GONNA do when he's out of the game because that's just realistically he's going to be in the game Ormeau. Richard Jefferson with this year on the Sodano show on ESPN. This actually leads perfectly into my next question. This is good chemistry right here. These three guys. So Rondo they have Rondo. Problem is a net negative player. He's been that for seven seasons now but to a means point it falls off a cliff. He's usually usually the guy that has to lead that second unit. I don't think they can afford to play him anymore. To be honest with you what do you do if you do agree with me. What do you do with Ronda how do you how do you manage? Rondo at this point Well I I think there's there's two components there's an on the court and then there's a locker room right. There's a locker component and it's like a like say what you want about Rondo. He's a very dynamic guy on and off the court so you WanNa make sure that Rondo understands what your is your team goals are. I think Rondo is in a very different space. And he was years and years ago whether it was in Dallas when I played with them or leaving Boston I think Rondos one of those guys that in this moment right here they need to find. I I think that's Darren Collison being. It's so big the need to find one more guy that can compliment that second unit And so yes do but you gotta look at what can you do. He's a net negative guy adding Rondo very very rare. But no one really questions Kenney still play is he's still a contributor when you're just looking at the second unit and when I tell you that the six years prior that's one thing this year I I mentioned it early.

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"For Your Reconsideration" Week

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02:40 min | 9 months ago

"For Your Reconsideration" Week

"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:35 min | 11 months ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Forty four minutes after three o'clock lost the connection there for a few minutes that's what happens when you're on middle in Mexico actually that what happens with with technology these days we're spaceport America and we're talking with bill Gutman who is the operations ace operations manager here and as so how does that work airspace operations manager slash stem dude or what it just happened that I absorbed a lot of the stem duties partly because I have a passion for doing it okay and I've been doing it actually on my own long before were for the space for Thor have I've taken programs in the schools all the way back to the early nineties so you were a research physicist at New Mexico state I retired and then came back your whole time because apparently retirement didn't die I filled retire you did Hey I got an F. minus in retirement so the stem program so what is spaceport America doing in New Mexico okay so we're doing a wide variety of things so one of the things we do is our reach to the sixth graders in Los crucis and now increasingly other places around the state we do a lot of things with older kids high school students for example every summer we host the Tuskegee airman summer space camp wow which is a fun thing and then another some of it is our spaceport America Cup this is an annual event and I think other other of your guests have talked about a little bit right but every June the third week in June we have literally over a hundred college student teams that come here and launch their rocket so last year in June we launched in three and a half days we launched ninety one rockets your before that was ninety five this year we found a way to grow a little bit so we're expecting that the number of participants will be up on the order of twenty percent so we're expecting that that that we will produce a college kids is that these are brilliant college yes they don't need to be taught anything but yeah I think they've already they've already been captured yes so the the main thing that we're doing is we're trying to capture the kids interest Yang so using these younger people to capture the young the the the little kids yeah so we're so we're we take a program to every middle school in Los crucis to the sixth graders a lot of research has shown that that's the critical age for kids to capture their interest in math and science and if you get it at that point then it will be a lifelong thing if you wait long and sometimes it's too late so we take a program to the every middle school in Los crucis to the sixth grade and then we've taken around the state this year so we've gone to the two US six other cities around the state as well for a one day thing but please Santa Fe in Espanola that's correct we've been to and Las Vegas yeah that's correct and those are the really fun things to do so I I feel like I get the privilege of doing this I I've been able to to do this I've put a lot of effort into developing something which is a ventures to the kids and and they seem to respond very positively to okay that's where exactly were as gone girl what are you team and then secondly how do we know it's working okay so one of the things in particular one of the we we spent some time earlier this fall in in gal and a native American kid the teacher she was a fantastic teacher I should say put should point out but she said he he showed no interest and so I try to connect with the kids and he was particularly showing interest and I said you know I always tell the kids I often leave them with this thought that you know maybe one of you guys is going to be the one that takes my job maybe I have my keys to you when I retire and and I said you're not let me down well yeah and he said no and the teacher said later that that's the first time that he'd responded positively to any of these opportunities that that exist well as I do and the fact that you gave him some attention the look that I haven't talked to him or was it that was that the content I think it was both I think part of it was he he was just one of those kids it was natural to connect to you know you you look around the room and you find one or two kids or one or two people in any kind of a situation I make eye contact with and he was one of those kids it was natural to do that with and he responded positively my demonstrations so I I show them some videos of rocket launches but I also show them some really interesting experiments most of which they can go home and do themselves if they want to and that's kind of what you like to get to happen so I I feel like I was pretty fortunate when I was about that age a very a dedicated teacher who helped inspire my interest in becoming a scientist and he believed in demonstrations and doing these things and he always said you know he every session it say how many of you went home and tried this on your own right and I was one of two or three that they always did yeah exactly it burn the house down a well I came close a time or two so I made a lot of smoke in the basement once and my dad said maybe make a solemn promise the next time I would do that outside but you know it's it's one of those things that you've got to capture their interest in sometime right the way you do it is is not obvious so how do you know it's working so I I I know it's working because I see the enthusiasm on the kids faces and I hear some incredibly well thought out questions on the part of kids you know it's just astounding the the kids that age will sometimes come up with questions that you know that you wouldn't expect anybody of that age to to think about right the last me things like you know how does this work in space or something like that you know it demonstrates a very high thought process that those kids are going through and I personally I've come to the conclusion that you know for all of the negatives that we hear about New Mexico schools that our schools are doing a better job that we give ourselves credit for doing because I get to interact with these kids and see the the kinds of thought process is that they go through how does this how does this tie in our how could it tie in with other things going on here spaceport America like you know the ubiquitous a field trip or or or its base camps or or the or this over the spaceport America so funny you mention that because a week from tomorrow we're having a group of kids come from Baird and they're just right next to Silver City exactly how they're coming over and they're going to we're going to spend part of the day with them we're going to show them some of the things that we have here and then they they've been building little some very small bottle rockets and they're gonna launches are gonna have an opportunity to lots of little rockets at a spaceport small as in a foot is an inch out of that size exactly a so so that the little kids little love solid fuel yeah like a like a firecracker exactly the kind of the toilet paper if you have a big enough backyard you can do it in your backyard but these kids are going to be able to tell their grandkids that Hey I launched by Estes rocketed actual space port so how cool is that which is I mean there are two stories I mean everybody I mean you you you you know that you look at all the films around a Paul Levin and celebrating fifty years and and how people got their start got their interest you know that that the data that you know will it some you know looking the consolations or whatever I was just imagining something outside of ourselves yeah so it so some of the things some of the comments I've gotten back from kids are they're just amazing so at one point I'll go to almost any links to make a point so I was in the process of putting on roller blades for the purpose of propelling myself around the stage with a leaf blower and this one little girl sitting there and she says this looks like one of those things I shouldn't drive home if you're right how how old economies use those kinds of thoughts you know right so and we're going to demonstrate kind of a jet engine affect yeah exactly exactly how rockets work right and you know most people never thought about that you know why is it the rockets involve flames will hi I'd like to think that the kids that we've interact with understand that to some degree right so in your research at New Mexico state bill as a physicist did you ever come across I mean did did you ever there did you ever think you know man I'm glad that I I was paying attention or you know because becoming a research physicist it is a long difficult road I I would think we know where they're where they're obstacles that you never thought you would get over well you know just the thought that every PhD candidate has to pass this thing called love vers schools have different names for but the qualifier exam is the most common term for it and that is incredible that's to get in or get out it's too it's actually to be admitted to the to the candidacy to actually do the research to get a doctoral degree okay and you know was one of my colleagues point out once those people studying for that exam or the smartest people in the department because they've had learned brush up on every element of physics because the questions on that exam come from everything that that's quite in it the challenge it's quite a hurdle to overcome that was probably the hardest thing but you know once you've done that right then you can concentrate on a specific area of research and it it's funny because we talk about rocket science but as if it was really something special but you know compared with with string theory or OR cosmology rocket science is actually pretty basic physics itself the classical physics would you rather have done theoretical physics like string theory or more unlikeable thing hello I was I was always the hands on person yeah I've always been the person you would like to do when they see it feel it out making go absolutely yeah I was always the guy that could make the thing work you know to tweak the laser that nobody else can get to work to to make the adjustments and get it to work so you know I I think what we like to see bill out a lot of these efforts with stem or steam you know talking with Jason earlier I said you know what the work he's doing with first virgin virgin America now virgin galactic is that can make his eleven year old six year old he goes now it's all about so steam for them their artisan they're inclined towards those kind of things but what we hope is that is specially girls get excited about the opportunity to select and I I make a special effort every time we do these presentations to try to reach a little harder toward the girls because you know this they've been excluded in the past have told no no no this is the boys yeah and you know and I think one of the reasons that we've made more rapid progress in all areas of technology recently is because in the past week week nor half the creativity the human species and we're not doing that as anymore now are we were we should be absolutely not but at least there's a recognition that this is been a short coming in were making efforts right I sure I certainly hope so the other mathematics part of it you know the signs part of it you can you can kind of teach with hands on and bring props yeah and talking with Chris Lopez who you work with on this you know and he came up to Santa Fe who's doing this we had a man and and talk to him he said I said do you bring props because I remember six great and then the cool experiments always involves something that you could have you could see and see how it worked in that stuck in your brain forever the mathematics the calculus part of it for a lot of people is just impossible well but you know there are some things you can do yeah tell me a few a few weeks ago I actually went to the to the consequences high school hot springs high school okay and one of the things and I was fortunate because we I was talking to their rocket club and their physics class but nevertheless so we all know that lower satellites orbit ever at about ninety minutes it takes about an hour to have to make an orbit so why is that well so we write down a couple mathematical equations and do a little algebra and they're.

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A New Gene Helps Explain Why Some People Need Less Sleep

You Did What Now?

08:29 min | 11 months ago

A New Gene Helps Explain Why Some People Need Less Sleep

"Everyone thinks listening on your host. Stephanie Educator in science efficient aficionado Michael Programmer in Tech Guy Hello Stephanie Happy Abby. Monday happy Veterans Day. Do you have any veterans in your family. A father was a veteran Vietnam. Let's I two coastguard cousins as well. That are yeah yeah. My Dad was in the coastguard. So let's celebrate them today day But my question for you today. Michael is how much sleep do you get on typical night who. I think we've already discussed that. I have two young kids so not enough not enough at all right How much sleep do you need to get in order to be happy and well-functioning enchanting every day what would be your ideal number? I've always found a little over. Seven hours is usually where I'm where I'm happiest. Yeah Oh seven and a half of like in bed time I read it off you I because I have the fitbit's yeah last night. I got five hours and twenty minutes the night before was six hours twenty three minutes and that was we're good nights so well. Some scientists at the University of California San Francisco may have found a gene that. What would allow you to not sleep at all? I'm done for that right. So there are some people out there who typically indeed much Louis sleep than average human being so Just kind of you said you need seven hours of sleep. The National Sleep Foundation. Then would recommend that you as a an adults would need a between seven nine hours to be well-functioning so seven hours is actually pretty good. How much do we actually get As a new parents I think There was a report that came out. That new parents will get about Four hours and forty four minutes of sleep in an average night. Does that sound about right to you. Yeah that sounds absolutely about right. I'm love I'm past the the new parents Youngest is two and a half so I should be getting more sleep now. But that's just in the first year of your baby's life so so I yeah I have a five month old right now and we are dealing with some pretty significant sleep regression He likes to wake up in the middle of night and party. Hard from two in the morning sometimes so yeah so my typic- sleep right now is averaging probably about that that much maybe five hours I would guess so. That's you know that's kind of hard right now but I so that's why I was kind of interested in what they're doing. Being at the University of California they found a gene a mutation. So that it's it's a point mutation in neuropeptide tide receptor. NPS are one and it's responsible for the short sleep phenotype so there's a They think they they were studying a father and his son who to bigly only get four to five hours of sleep a night and they're happy ready to go they don't need more than then four hours of sleep how we're measuring that. What's happy and ready to go because that feels somewhat subjective and probably based on what you have to do what you were doing? Your body is healing overnight right. So if you're doing one thing you need more sleep even be happy but still be your body could still be fatigued. Yeah absolutely so. If you don't get enough sleep what happens what what is I mean. What are some things that can happen when you don't get those You know at least seven seven hours of sleep you definitely have a lack of alertness rates. you have an impaired memory. You can't remember things you tend to forget important bills to be paid or there's a an event you need to do that can happen I I've been no onto leave my keys in the door fire when I come home. There's a when you're I mean it's crazy when you really start especially if you notice. It was apparent that things you just forget a when you sleep you like that you just like dragging on. I done. Forget where we cabinet like the plates are in. What would they do? The I I was. I was struggling struggling about two weeks ago. There was. We had some sleep issues. I wasn't feeling so good so I wasn't sleeping. Well I went to go take medicine like Sudafed and I just put the whole capsule like the blister packaged package in my mouth without popping the pill this was wrong. What did I do that? Yeah no there's some. Yeah you can definitely have some impairment in your every day quality of life and those are just some those are just some short term symptoms of lack of sleep You know in the long term it can be really bad bad for your for your heart or your blood pressure to not get enough sleep over a long period of time and it can even affect your appearance. I definitely have circles under my eyes since since the view has been born and it can also increase the stress hormone. Cortisol in your body in Cortisol is not is not a good thing to have. You know definitely contribute to weight gain it contributes to wrinkle so Yeah there's some there can be some some pretty major things happen when you don't get enough sleep so so yeah I don't don't know too much about the man who claims he only needs four hours of sleep but here's what they did. They found a gene in in this man that was his point mutation and they actually Caused caused by mutation in mice Just to see what happened And so these mice after they You know exhibit this mutation they show and This is what the study says. They showed increase mobility time and reduce sleep moreover. The animals were resistant to cognitive impairment induced. By the sleep deprivation so of course you know they have the mice running around in mazes and they have to remember where their food is and so then they then they don't let these mice sleep. I'm I'm I'm assuming they keep them up. I'm not sure. How would you keep mice from sleeping in a controlled experiment? Just poke them incessantly. I don't know how you keep a you. Keep a mouse awake. I guess you just don't give them the nasty keep them in the like the hard maze of the Many just poke them. I really like stimulate. Relate them right keep stimulating them so they don't sleep. I guess well I don't know if maybe they're not yeah. It wasn't clear to me in this article if they were purposely keeping them awake or if they were just measuring how much these mice were sleeping but either way these mice were not sleeping. The correct amount that you mess with the light dark so I mean their animals so they sleep. You know when it's light out my sleep. What his light so I guess you just turn the lights on basically? Oh it's time to get up. Well I don't know if turning turning on the lights would necessarily wake up mice from sleeping I feel like mice are gonNA sleep whenever they wanNA sleep unless you're doing something to keep them up physically it's like being a sound cat. meowing predators will get them up playing twenty four hours of baby shark. It probably stress levels. I know my blood pressure goes through the roof Yeah so yeah but anyways they put these mice through some trials After you know inducing this this mutation and they were able to perform just like the other mice that were able to get more sleep so the idea is Can we somehow activate this mutation ashamed in our own bodies in would you. I mean I absolutely would but can way I mean Nicer tiny mice don't have the same level level of brain function that we do. I mean I get that people need less sleep. But what are we doing this. Do they think this is an efficiency efficiency thing like asleep important. We know sleep is very important. Dreaming is important our our these mutations more efficient or they like hacks acts that are making your body seem better. But you're not actually doing the healing and regenerating that you need to do.

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Survey shows American kids have doubled their online video consumption in 4 years

Joe Gallagher

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Survey shows American kids have doubled their online video consumption in 4 years

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WGN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Your money on WGN the Dow closed up one hundred twenty two points today nasdaq up eighty seven the S. and P. five hundred up twenty three WGN traffic tend to south some good news on playing field it has been reopened heritage meadows Dr both directions that is between bass when Ellie Dr impair tree circle this is due to that earlier gas leak that it it was closed for hours but we're still seen in Shawn Han table road closed between county road five thousand east and US six two rail cars fell off the tracks in the blocking the roadway still out there the Shannon how police say that out it's going to be still while before it's cleaned up on the south side of the city can now at fourteen plays a crash to report and over on the Eaton's thirty minutes out to lake cook the inbound side thirty four from lake cook into the junction over on the Kennedy twenty nine minutes out to Montrose fifteen if you take the express lanes I highly suggest you do that it's going to save quite a bit of time forty four minutes out to the airport the Eisenhower up on thirty five demand nine fifty three to three ninety on the Stevenson fifty eight minutes still out to the tri states lotus's road and it breaks up until First Avenue and your right to break through casted son our thirteen minutes out to three fifty five over on the Dan Ryan thirty four minutes ninety from downtown in out to ninety fifth ninety that back into downtown is going to be a thirty minute trip a personalized traffic on to make it the traffic Chicago approved by the mortgage at spurts of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago and Jenny Sullivan the ida traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death and now the WGM forecast here's meteorologist Dimitri's ivory mostly cloudy skies for us tonight the overnight low temperature little bit below fifty.

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Roger Federer stunned by Grigor Dimitrov in US Open quarterfinals

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Roger Federer stunned by Grigor Dimitrov in US Open quarterfinals

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"It's forty four minutes after the hour is time for east side west side, traffic will leave policy trello wreck out and Mesa James eastbound sixty this happened near power road. And you're gonna find it off to your right downtown's to work in a wreck on the ten eastbound just west of the mini stack. They're just west of the fifty one now that car crash chemical spill causing havoc right now in Chandler delays. All over. For the place. Arizona avenue in Queen creek roads. One avoid that alternatives would be school rotor Queen creek make McQueen or rigs roads, but right now things blocked off all the way around a right now, I'm a school Rona crash at your main fires freeway traffic. We've got some slowing on the one zero one southbound University Drive over to Guadeloupe if you're taking the two two home. Eastbound you've got some slowing priest over to McClintock and eastbound sixty sewn up Dobson over to country club, Steve trello. What's the latest on the west side? Well, I ten westbound at thirty Fifth Avenue. We have an accident on the off ramp, I seventeen northbound south of Yorkshire have an accident off right there. Pair of accidents nineteenth avenue. One is north of Buckeye the others had union hills. And a pair of accidents at thirty Fifth Avenue one is at lower Buckeye road. The other at Thunderbird next traffic top of the hour. Steve Trela five fifty KFYI. Sure credit. Motors. Eastern's automotive group where your job is your credit is mad this March to put you in a new vehicle so Easterns as dropped their prices for this sale for the first time in their history. Easterns automotive.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"Okay, so wait, tell me what really please tell me that this was added and one of them told me one or the other one told me another knows like. Mm, which to believe. Right, right. I was like, did you really just start laughing when she was crying about her dad? I was just like a whole thing. I've never done like a part of me really wants to because you're how my real life would play in the carrier did rely. The show forty two minutes is an hour with no, but like forty to forty four minutes, but you have been shooting for week, and I'm also one of fifteen people on this show. Right? So the fullness of like beginning middle of end of your story might not be the way it really happened. Yeah. Do you clap back to feel need when episode airs and didn't tell your full story? Will you let it. So I'm wondering as a mama. Yeah. I used to be very guilty of that. Like I would fact my wellbeing and honestly, when I moved to Vegas, I completely deleted social media for five months. The entire time I was there, I did not have Instagram or Twitter on my phone once because the first like two weeks when I was starting to show it was like our show airing, I did not like it wasn't even about edit. I just didn't look good last year. I mean they, you only saw one aspect of my life and that was my relationship. You didn't see any other thing that I did last summer. So it was really frustrating because they kept feeling the need to defend myself. And then I'm getting on stage and then on intermission I'm checking my tweets to see what and then it was just like I was so in my head that I was like, this is not healthy for me. I'm not doing this anymore because I just was getting so defensive. My mom called me one day and she was like, Sheena, put your phone away like you're looking crazy now. It's like this. I am deleting it and I and she did that. She was going through very public break up while doing. Show with me off game, but she was sort of in the public and says, she had to to navigate that wall being away from her husband and it was rough, but I couldn't as I read them, I sometimes like she would post and tag means something unrelated promotional and what people would say to her, I could not believe I was like, you would never in a million years, say this to the person's face. So what if the ball online is so rude, that same person that will come up to in public and be like, I'm your biggest family picture, and I've said that to them in part of you, is that broken where it makes you feel good to say something that negative enough someone you do? Not know. Yeah, because they're behind a screen. So ridiculous. Yeah, it was. It was healthy for Sheena to delete, but now I've gone a lot better even I, I try not to even look at comments, but I'll look for the first few minutes. I'll like a lot..

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Two percent of you listen. To radio in an average week, it reaches, ninety two percent of. Americans every single week which is by far the most We watch on average five hours of TV a day whether it's Netflix or whatever that's, a lot had is a lot a lot of TV, I guess I'll have to factor in some kid movies because we do watch some kid movies and then. I'm trying. To watch a documentary right now a Netflix that has, taken me no lie a. Full week because I can. Only, watch in little parts oh yeah I. Have only been watching about fifteen minutes. Per day and it's driving me crazy I need to, finish it yeah that is very I know I get I did it at night when the. Kids are. In bed we watch one of our shows are currently watching criminal minds which is. So well done it's been. Out, for twelve years Let me that. New, season I mean there currently are. Still, on we're just starting thousand five but. That's about forty four minutes and then like if I'm taking. A nap I'll turn on sportscenter. Oh, so. That counts too yes. But I'm not really watching it yeah just on this happens. To be. On I stare at my computer screen for a, full six hours I think. While I'm at work oh yeah Wieners very. There's, very little downtime when we're not. On, the computer at work absolutely using your. Smartphone two and a half hours a day people just not. Talking but using it consuming media. That, way Computer for. Non work purposes a, little less than an hour a day And then people, who are watching DVD's or these people us Are, we have the. DVD, player our automobiles were consuming media yeah we. Just can't, stop won't, stop, and don't start with the radio but seriously I mean look I didn't know that. When I got into this job that's pretty remarkable that the number one reach. Of all media even with. All, this new meeting everything, is still radio at ninety two percent stake. That straight. Door sales, team I. Mean seriously only eight percent Americans don't. Listen to the radio in a given week that's crazy it's my has. More than TV it's more than the smart, smartphone would be number one it's not cool, way less well thank. You appreciate you guys listening by the way we also. Want to say thank you to you for making a possible we are nominated, again for a Marconi award which look if. You're not in the business it doesn't. Make sense it's like the Academy Awards. Or, the Grammys of radio so the radio. Station, of the year. Top. Forty radio station of. The year, it's a national were one of five finalists. We one of five finalists last year so I, don't mean win this year we we should. Be finding out August sometime yes sometime in August yes, so thank you though I mean that's why we do it, for you guys we really enjoy, it and if we don't win. You will not hear another word.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"To have to wait the four fifty to hear it forty four minutes after the hour you are listening to news talk five fifty kfyi time for east side traffic was steve trello lee powell yeah we got a wreck on the sixty james westbound on the superstition freeway superstition springs boulevard you're gonna find out off to your left crash on the westbound this is the two zero two red bound mini stack there off to the left is well a lot of slow and go on the two zero two westbound thirty second street out to the fifty one ten mini stack more slowing starting in scottsdale and the one zero one southbound mcdowell out to the sixty resurrect on forty street in chandler boulevard also a crash thirty second street and mcdowell tracking the west side at steve trello well we have an accident i ten westbound approaching thirty fifth avenue it's sitting off left stop and go traffic i ten westbound from washington to fifty first avenue we've got a couple of accidents i seventeen southbound at bell on the off ramp is seventeen southbound at greenway off to the right and we've got slow traffic i seventeen northbound from seventh avenue up through grant next traffic that sets the top of the hour steve trello five fifty kfyi hey it's mike broomhead one of my favorite events all year is flag dates when we honor old glory we do it at sanderson ford but this year something different we're doing it the day before flag day wednesday june thirteenth and here's what happens the first one hundred people to come down to sanderson ford fifty first avenue in maryland just north of bethany home in glendale the first one hundred people that come down can exchange their old tattered flags and pick up a brand new flag that you could hang proudly outside of your home bring down your old flags bring your neighbors flags whatever it is and we will properly retire them there's even going to be a ceremony where you can see how to properly retire an american flag it's a great way to celebrate retire.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The country are also fueling angst against the democrat party against progressives daniel hinder from the wall street journal weighed in on this on the whole starbuck controversy at five fifty i will i will play some of the commentary from hinder brilliant commentary again how the culture is really damaging the hopes and dreams of the democrat party forty four minutes after the hour you are listening to do talk five fifty kfyi time for east side side traffic was steve trela powell yeah we've been talking about this james bad wreck of lock and most of the sixty westbound mill avenue that's westbound sixty hov three left lanes blocked off what happened that crash involved a big rig it side always on the freeway so traffic backed up there things solid back to mcclintock if you're on the eastbound sixty watch out for wreck just past priests and that's got traffic slowing priest out to country club heavy slowing on the one zero one southbound from the two red mountain freeway over the guadalupe road wreck on the two zero two eastbound red mountain freeway fifty second street steve trellis on the west side well we still have an accident off right this is seventeen southbound at joe max also an accident sixteenth street at union hills you need to look out for a vehicle on fire ninety first avenue at peoria they're cleaning up after that and we've also got an accident central avenue north of indian school and a crash durango east of thirty fifth avenue next traffic top of the hour steve trello five fifty f y hey the summer's here and if you're from arizona you know it's also scorpion sees it if you're new era zona you better learn about scorpions these things are dangerous you have kids are pets that are curious they can be extremely dangerous because the sting is very painful they get in your shoes they get in your bed and man you do not want to wake up to one of those.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"We listen to are dell quite to talk about your how insulted he feels i is is real here are people who are dealing with some of the most demanding people on the earth and to hear democrats give him covered just because the trying to get at trump i'm gonna play for you saw a hearing that took place i think it was earlier today you had some ice agents who gave a democrat some come up as she was trying to go off and preach to them and they turned it right back around on her you wanna stay tuned for this it is well it's beautiful four fifty s forty four minutes after the hour you are listening to news talk five fifty kfyi time for east side west side traffic with steve trello elite paul yeah we're taking a look at the sixty right now james eastbound very slow priest over to the one zero one just got word of a wreck here looking at this off left to oh two eastbound fifty second street eastbound two zero two red mountain fifty second street starting to back things up there already packed in on the one zero one southbound indian school out to the sixty same thing on the two zero two westbound red mountain fortieth street out to the fifty one ten mini stack what you get on the ten jefferson over to the sixty eastbound is slow ride westbound ten also packed in from the tool to mini stack all the way out to fifty first avenue still that crash investigation in mesa mesa drive shutdown between maine and i streets there's a wreck on fifty four street in chandler boulevard he's on the west side here's steve trello yeah i ten westbound at seventh avenue have a crash there off to the side i east founded ninety first avenue we've got a wreck one on one west found at seventh avenue that accident off to the right we've got an accident with the vehicles off left and off right one oh one westbound at fifty first avenue next traffic top of the hour steve trello five fifty kfyi where the harris family moved from the frozen tundra to warm sunny arizona it was like a fairytale but danger was lurking about our fairy tale was shattered when my smoking hot wife got.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thing that makes them unique was he was a finisher he really didn't play when i say play he wasn't he didn't play for you know numbers he wasn't playing for you know the accurate in war he was finisher jordan figured out every game how do you get eight points a quarter okay he knew how to do that knew how to get a minimum of eight points a quarter so he thirty two points a game for him was like that was in his new how to do that blended his talent with the team to finish the game while we all play the game most players can play if you're a good player in this league you play from about forty four minutes you can play the game for forty forty four minutes last four minutes of a game is worth star players play not many people can play in that space this is this is you know i think about the question all the time did you hear in the last four minutes of the game is the game where the star players true star players play and the true star players play the game in a three dimensional space right the three dimensions that they play in in the last five minutes of the game and he always he or she always shows up in the last four minutes they either score that's one score and one or they get they get filed and get to the free throw line and always not the freak those now in the last four minutes of the game they're they're three dimensional now not many players myself included that can actually playing the four minutes of a game where you know where the ball's going you know the double team is coming and this player is going to continue to execute in the last four minutes of the game that's what made jordan special he was perhaps the greatest finisher of the game he didn't have to play the game michael jordan to have be off the whole game and then the last one minutes of the game he's gonna execute to near perfection in the last four minutes a game that's what made him a very very unique you finished and once he learned how to finish as they say the rest of the history he was you had to be up a minimum of ten points in the last four minutes to.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"At the baltimore museum museum there to replace right you can't make this stuff up at five fifty another trump winning segment as trump president trump is putting the united states back on top forty four minutes after the hour news talk five fifty kfyi time for east side west side traffic willie powell busy afternoon hack of an afternoon out there on our freeways james t a of slowing on sixty eastbound he kicks in around the one at one continues nobody country club drive now in scottsdale heading southbound you've got a wreck at indian school off to the right down the freeway bits southbound there's a racket broadway eastbound one a crash nineteenth avenue blocking the hov lane still have that off ramp blocked off crash westbound tennis shut down the ninety first avenue off ramp you're heading home and the ten westbound you need to get off the ten there eighty third avenue serious wreck in tempe southern in hardy broadway pre stephen mill avenue savio a lot of time police situation this may going on since late this morning crash investigation there earlier police the situation has closed nineteenth avenue between grant and lincoln there's a wreck on nineteenth avenue just north of deer valley road also in the west valley a crash fifty first avenue and mcdowell that's it more traffic six zero five pal five fifty kfyi hey the summer heat is backing along with the summer heat or the scorpions spiders the crickets the aunts and the.

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Seattle, Renton and Redmond discussed on

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Seattle, Renton and Redmond discussed on

"Of language directed at the prime minister's wife getting a lot of lighthearted play down under these are your world headlines from abc news australians are having fun based on this remark from president macron wanted to thank you for you and get delicious why full you warm welcome prime minister turnbull says lucy his wife of thirty eight years his flattered and charge china says it fully backs north korea's efforts to develop its economy by lowering the imposition of un sanctions that have cut trade between them by around ninety percent afghanistan is rolling out long delayed electronic id cards is a measure president ghani insists is important to help fight terrorist attacks and the most recent air pollution data from the world health organization gives india dubious lead ten indian cities lead the list of the twenty most polluted cities in the world i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london twenty four kierra jordan steady by with a look at triple aaa traffic i get a gorgeous day to drive what's it like to be out of that traffic well it's kind of tough here in the redmond area right now we have a crash that was partially blocking the ramp from fifty first of westbound five twenty that's still partially blocked but now cruiser also blocking the right lane of the main line so you are absolutely dragging as you're making your way from redmond way nothing else is currently blocked but we have slowing on both directions of four or five through the renton area northbound i five still busy as you're approaching highway eighteen you have more brake lights out of federal way to five sixteen and then pretty typical delays from albro to the convention center lynnwood to seattle forty four minutes lynwood to bellevue thirty one minute drive and on our westbound lake bridges thirty three minutes on i ninety to go from bellevue to seattle it's just a nineteen minute drive if you use five twenty this traffic report brought to you by the emerald queen casino presenting rb singer songwriter brian mcknight for a special performance june second spend the evening with grammy nominated brian mcknight only at the emerald queen casino.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"In huntersville sixty one in charlotte next update at noon freddie hammer wbz traffic forty four minutes after eleven o'clock a short segments we are coming off of so that we can go live to a news conference i believe this is wrapping up now this here's what's going on the president's had a meeting with emmanuel macron just a few moments ago and the white house released basically delayed by video delay a recording of that session and there were supposed to talk live at eleven forty five now we heard a few minutes ago this may actually be delayed so what's wrapping up now is the live feed of the recorded session does that make sense now we're waiting for the actual live news conference these are going to hold and i mentioned one of the big issues that will be discussed is how to deal with iran the president would like to reopen this iran deal and the french president would like this thing to stay intact as it is so mentioned as soon as this begins we will certainly go back to it i want to go back to what i mentioned to you about this universal basic income idea which has been rejected because it doesn't work so what do you do when you have a program that doesn't work you try it again because you know those people who tried it in other places they just didn't know how to implement it we know the true way and one of the brain trust that is now offering this same kind of idea repackaging it with an american flag on it is a guy who ran for president in two thousand sixteen got screwed out of the nomination by hillary clinton and he's back yellow loaded this headline in the hill sanders to announce proposal promising jobs to all americans is this not the dumbest thing i mean seriously how in the world are you gonna make that kind of promise how are you going to deliver on that promise just blows my mind anyway here's what he's doing announcing it federal jobs proposal that would guarantee a job at least a fifteen dollar per wage and health benefits to every adult american who wants one everybody the senator is still in the early stages of crafting the plan according to the post which would provide a job or required training for any american sander's office has yet to release the details of the.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Were getting ready for this moment and there's something about this dignified about this as well the way that they the family decided it was time and then you let her go let her go and see jesus so rest in peace barbara bush at five fifty what i want to do is talk a little bit about how this whole the way president trump is being treated it's not going to stop and i think we understand now the whether or not he leaves early or whether or not he sees the first timer or guy willing he gets two terms this president they're not gonna come back around years later like the deal with reagan and that gonna come back around and celebrate this president this president is very much like the dark knight from the batman series i think nobody there's nobody like trump we know that and i don't think any republican or democrat could have pulled off what he did in the first year and i think that that is why so many people have targets on the president's back i think that he's going to change the continue to change things put things right but he will never be appreciated for it it is forty four minutes after the hour news talk five fifty kfyi east side west side traffic with steve chiller jon klein james st we've got some slowing in scottsdale one southbound from indian school down to guadeloupe as well as i ten westbound from the one forty three out to the seventeen split but i'm not seeing any accidents on the freeways at least for a moment in timpee there's a new crash broadway west of rural amp police are still on scene kyri north of railroad steve trailer house the west side well we still got that right lane blocked i ten eastbound you're buckeye sullom road of course we had a rollover earlier on this morning but involve multiple semis so the left lane is the only thing that's open there we've also got an accident third avenue and mcdowell bill road east of seventy fifth avenue we have a crash also camelback at dice hurt and and incident joe max this is just east of eighty three rd avenue next traffic i.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on WGTK

"Forty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show uh the current sexual hysteria i don't know what you want to call it the epidemic of a bad behaviour being exposed because i do think in many cases it is genuinely horrible behavior but as this claiming other victim the one of the most powerful and respected and admired movie executives in the movie business john lasseter whose head of disney pixar been responsible for great movies like the incredible zain toys story they have a movie coming out we're going to reveal tomorrow cold cocoa which is going to be a gigantic it i mean tremendous hit the cars movies which i know a lot of little kids love it dissolved his knee picks are in a john lasseter is stepping down as the senior creed of executive for pixar animation and whilst as the animation and he's taking a leave of absence he told staff in an email that he had committed unspecified missteps including making some personnel feel disrespected uncomfortable and then it says mr lassiter is known for hugging people liberally in public and in private quote he says i specially want to apologize to anyone who has ever been on the receiving end of an unwanted hug or any other gesture they felt crossed the line in any way shape or form uh quick response i'm speaking with ten stern the author of republican like me it's posted at our website at michael.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on WJR 760

"At eight seven seven forty four minutes february two thousand sixteen pulled over by east lansing police charged with driving on a suspended license charged later dropped in exchange for an equipment violations citation and fines totalling five hundred dollars so somebody did something form got the charge drop change to win equipment violation and unit march two thousand sixteen next month the next month ohio state patrol trooper pulls him over for driving eighty seven in a seventy mile zone and also charged with driving without a license court records show is found guilty on both counts paid pogue three under three three thousand five wipers it was ohio in april two thousand sixty th the following month this is the next month involved in a vehicle crash near cleveland ohio initially charged with leaving the scene of a crash and driving without a license they were dismissed these charges after he pleaded guilty to one count of reckless driving a minor misdemeanor and paid fight july of two thousand sixteen so every time it's been knocked down or knocked down to lie this is three months later now pulled over by michigan state university police in east lansing for driving without as headlights turned on then he told officers that he had a friend were leaving a party and emitted that a red plastic cup in the centre console that contained alcohol belong to him but because he passed a sobriety test according to report he was charged with driving without 100 suspended license and with an open alcohol container both charges later dropped when he please a guilty to two counts of impeding traffic a simple infraction wound in march of this year pulled over by michigan state university and charged with driving on a suspended license charged dismissed in exchange for his plea to one count of impeding traffic and in july charge near his hometown of hubbard ohio driving on a suspended license pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of driving without a valid licence and now on wednesday arrested again if only to show an example that you should don't show favoritism which has clearly been happening for.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Right did we talk about how they breezed through the eastern conference finals all that time off all that rest it'll be great for the cavaliers waste he's out of shape you never plays ball anymore you know he's coming back to the game gone here is lebrun after the loss less or no he let me go to steve kerr here's speaker korean legrand had a goal in the whole game but that's pretty taxing to go on one the whole game dumb also skies were amazing com thirty eight and thirty nine but that takes a lot out of step talna only guys they're going to get tired neil stay in front of them in a force in and outside shots if you can uh fatigue will we'll play a role and um i think when you get guys playing forty five forty four minutes basically attacking one on one the whole game it's you know you hope eventually it's going to take its toll i wasn't sure if after a while they were going nuts splint tom i think we just stayed with it in in our defence finally kicked in do we have time for lebrun here could try to squeeze all right here's bre lebrun steve kerr was saying after the game that he felt he kept telling his team cairo lebrun will get tired they can't play one on one for forty five minutes was fatigue in your mind a factor in late game execution all known as shots must shots amalgam everything live solomon at times the other guy mostar um you know dozens 'cause i was his plan as hard as i could but also able to get second and third force winds on on in all contribute us losing his gang 'cause we got time now like i said we miss shots on manet mesa.

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"forty four minutes" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"forty four minutes" Discussed on KELO

"More information eight this is i liked it is forty four minutes past the hour we are talking about favorite movies the list to favour war movies online how 'bout gone with the wind yeah you never think of gone with the wind is being a war movie but it is it's about it's about the civil war anywhere our number eight hundred seven three six three six six six and we are going to go right to the phones let's start right here and good morning to you you are on i liked and i am talking to your name is here it is jonathan jonathan jonathan haber yes right one of my favorite you probably battled prepared belo ten that cold cold mountain oh yeah there you and your family mike gallagher what we were key hit it the it'd be a great thing japanese quoted american oh right is something it i it up yeah that sounds pretty grim or meddling maybe someone else will have heard of that and you'll get an answer for you hey thank you jonathan gale in springfield missouri you're on first light okay the longer the gun could.

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