17 Burst results for "Forty Nine Hundred Fifth"

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

06:53 min | Last month

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Maybe this was discussed already in a later. Show an episode four sixty eight. You were speculating about the fact that the a three eighty crew did not follow the proper wind shear procedure during approach in sydney. Now you'll remember that that was. I think the What was it Singapore in singapore Or singapore air Three eighty that was making an approach to one six right at sydney and they got into a wind shear and they were accomplishing the winter procedure and they turned left into the parallel there. Planes were on approach to the one six left the parallel runway. Anyway continue with his email. Them we can talk about this So as an eight three eighty commander and speculating. Now whether you don't know of the eighties different winter features predictive and reactive winter. Well they're probably very similar to all the part one twenty-one airplanes out there. Including my my my lowly boeing seven one seven and mad dog has a These these features protractive and out of the all buses buses do okay Wind sure Ahead caution amber. Predictive wind shear diversions recommended of observation and checking of weather seems not appropriate for landing The second winter ahead. Predictive wind shear go around perform explicit permission to change configuration The third wind winter winter which is read it which is reactive winter. And that's a the winter recovery procedure. Winter procedure is mandatory. And he says according to your report. I think they may. They have received only a wind shear ahead warning which would explain why they just flew a go around exactly according to procedure. Greetings tom. now. I don't know maybe we weren't very clear about what we were saying here. But i don't think the issue was that they were not Performing the wind shear reactive winter predicted winter procedure properly. It was that they improperly turned to the left one air. Traffic control toured the told them fly heading to seven zero and the shortest. They they And they said turn right heading to seven zero and they didn't read back right and they turn to the left which would be the way the the long way around to get to heading to seven zero so they flew. They took their airplane into the flight path of some other airplanes. And that's what caused the problem. And that's what why the investigators that's why we were talking about it. Because it was an incident it was a bad bad maneuver that they perform. Not the wind shear escape over I think they did that. Just fine. But it's just a botched the go around i. I'm pretty shaw from member. Here i've re listened to show said i'm pretty so i asked the question If they got a wind chill warning why were they turning considering turning until they gotta win. But that was position i had no. We didn't want Type of wind chill warning they got. We just knew they got a wind. Chill warning with it was win. Share head or In an amber allred or whether they were in wind shear I think we were aware Snow and it really doesn't matter if you get a win. Shift predictive warning you you quite You just do a static. Exactly right i. I agree a hundred percent. We we are but the problem. Is that the go around. Procedure is what they just turned completely the wrong way. And that's what caused the havoc. So yeah we got us whether they were flying. The crate wind shear recovery procedure. They just turned the wrong way anyway. So yup having said that Great y'know on observations on the way that the three eighty flies is when i in my be a little different from the three forty that i flew. I don't know if we have both lamba. And orig- wind your head. I but then again my memories failing aligned lo long i have the manuals to check up on these things so he can reminisce. Oh thanks some late bedtime reading. Yeah yeah that'd be great ipad. I'll send you the copy of the boeing. Seven seventy can read that too if you want but basically you never have to you're right. We have predictive wind shear on our jet as well and we have the yellow and red. You know the wind shear ahead winter ahead and all that kind of stuff so same sort of thing. I think as nick says i think most modern in fact almost probably all the airplanes carrying passengers out there have these or not all them. Have the predictive. I take that back. The md ninety for some reason didn't have predictive winter but it did every active winter but The eight and the seven seven. Have both predictive and reactive. Witcher and i always get nervous when flying in like an area where the where the air is a little bit unstable and it's bumping around the they hope those accelerometers don't get upset with this because if i get something that said thinks it's an a winter and then you have to do their wind shear escape over that's just always a pat. Yeah okay there. You thank you tom for that. That was it. We don't really we weren't you know Upset about the winter escape maneuver. We were just talking about a lot of these coming suggest thoughts. They're not so much criticism so all supporting an action that just Wanted if he thought about this one no if yeah right exactly and you know we always guarantee that we're at least fifty percent accurate absolutely yep or just below that point make sure you do fifty percent okay. Yeah forty nine hundred fifty percent fifty percent. Okay hey you know. We're almost ready in the show. And i think we're going to end on a positive note and this one change for a change and more than just the positive note of. Oh thank god. They're almost finished with the show. Let's see I don't know if you to had a chance to If you.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:41 min | Last month

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"The maestro of this team. He was laughing on the sidelines. Last night he was laughing on the sidelines. Last night it was it was just again. It was remarkable to watch because the bucks are a very good team. Like it's not like this is a scrub team. It's a really good team regular season and we've the christian we gave them but where the nets all right now with kevin durant and. What durant's doing the story to me of the first two games in the first seven games thirty two points twelve of eighteen shooting. You realize he shooting in the playoffs right now. Fifty five fifty ninety one fifty five fifty forty nine hundred fifty ninety. I'm not enough be sixty-five percent now. He's averaging thirty two game. Why does this matter because right right before. His achilles snapped in the finals in the playoffs that year. He's averaging thirty two points a game in the playoffs so he picked up right where he left off. And that's why we're almost at the. I don't know if you wanna call anniversary. But of the two years to the date of when that injury happened for him in the nba. Finals and jared greenberg tnt thought. You know it's a reasonable question to ask two years later. Look where you are right back where you started k. d. didn't like the question i know you work your butt off to get to this point. Did you ever think you'd be this good. There's real question of kobe which you want me say to that. Of course it's pretty impressive. What you've been able to do thank you. I appreciate that. But i mean i was two years ago. I'm looking forward to getting up tomorrow. Going practice watching film. You see how we can get better but you know i appreciate.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"But i think there's still going to be really good now. Let's do this again with mac john's because he's the guy it happens every year and there's going to be other players as well. We all know this if evolved the nfl draft. There's players that all of a sudden he started to see their stock. Just slowly climb. What's going on with this guy like the second round pick. What the heck mack jones. You trading up for mack jones brian. I would like to invoke my inner freddie. Mercury from queen's bohemian. Rasp when i say no no no no no no no no. The guy had all the weapons in the world. He should have not been a heisman. Finalists i do not like mac jones. I know yet. Good senior bowl i. He is not first round talent in my eyes. Everybody can come at me. That's fine but he's not not trade enough for this guy he's a. I think he's a second of best. Probably a third round quarterback dave mack. John's no take the words. Ohio state from justin fields. put in the words alabama. I'll say the same thing it's the same. It's one of those things did when you have a very strong program. All around your quarterbacks are going to look better. And who's the last. Who's the last alabama quarterback that was that really did a lot in the nfl. I always remember 'cause. I don't watch college football if you know what. I mean. a quarterback j. Now joe nemeth maybe say is no or bryant. Only judging hot girlfriends is that what. It is davis. This guy has been putting us in there The steelers up. Sorry wrong one. Steelers fan eighteen twenty. Three let me find it. He's been saying over and over again. Dave the answer a question. The greatest ohio state quarterback in the nfl. Was mike tomczak here it is. I don't even know the thompson. Besser gathered is above might be. I don't know if the greatest nets all you need to know it. Regards quarterbacks i don't i watched This is what i like to do. I like to go onto specific youtube. Channels that breakdown players and they show a lot of film and then i'll watch some game film of the player and i've watched mack jones film. I've watched trae lands Kyle trask in other ones from florida. That i watch. He's not considered a first-round pick. But i was curious. Matt jones is a. I don't think there's anything special to me at all about this guy. He's more of a traditional quarterback. I'm looking for someone with a little bit of mobility He doesn't have that. Some people are saying is next. Tom brady a. I don't know about all that. We'll see but i'm passing big time on natura uneven. Even passing on these air twenty four brian. Are you do in the same. Oh no i don't want anything to do with them. Okay dave's aim same. all right. very maybe if he's around to think about it you yeah and that's fine but you just don't wanna do the already burns here. You just don't wanna do the j. p. lows men like the bills did because they had to have a quarterback. You just don't wanna pick you. You don't wanna pick the position and that would be picking the position if you ask me. Yeah okay. let's go into some trivia. Now we have be able to take our time with us. dave go ahead fire some trivia. Atas twelve if you've been following my series on behind this curtain dot com your one stop shop for all things. Pittsburgh steelers every thursday. I think the first week might have been on a friday but around thursday. I've been looking at a draft class from the steelers. I started with two thousand four. And i've been going up each week described. Tell you all the players were the in the draft class so and how their careers panned out. Well something was very interesting. When i when for the one today which was the class of two thousand nine and it was at the steelers had back to back picks in that draft. And i know you guys both new this because you of course. You've read the article. So i couldn't ask specifically about that but then i got to thinking. Is this something that happens. A lot with the steelers. So i went all the way back. Year-by-year myself is looking it up all the way back to two thousand nine hundred seventy the merger sets the merger. How many times do you think the steelers have had back to back. Picks in the nfl draft. You know it's at least one. I'm going to say just once. Say actually i know it's been more than that. I can't tell you who. I'm going to see three k. It's so funny. Because every time i hear this number i think the episode of friends when she just at the end just puts up seven Seven times seven times had ex. Here's what's even crazier. There was one sees that they had back to back picks two times in the same draft. Just so happens to be the first draft that was ever televised. that was. i'm gonna say nine thousand nine hundred and you would be correct brian. Anthony davis it was nine hundred eighty. They and that's what's crazy with both of these picks they had the last pick of one round and the first pick of the next round. Of course the last bit. Because they won the super bowl and seventy but in rounds nine nine and ten they had picked to forty nine hundred fifty and then around eleven twelve. They had three or five three zero six but would ask one last question about this. The highest they've ever drafted with back-to-back picks. Was there back. Toback picks in the third round picks number. Seventy three and seventy four. Any idea what year who may be one of the players would have been there if you can remember your your your draft because this one is i'll say this it's not. It's since the.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"All right we're other stat of the night Who led the stars in worst plus minus plus minus boo shares in a game. It's good over. The course of season cares. Hey skin because it's the bullcrap. Stay skin was minus three garbage. That's bad garbage. That is more than any other player. Yes i understand that but at the same time he garbage stats honest. His players for being on the is it. Make those sort of place. Chanter carro was zero. It was he better know exactly garbage stat and they more and more and then also gary on was a minus two as well. That wasn't good either again time than let's see second most ice time of ford's punishes players for being on the ice. It's so stupid. I hate that. Stay right so other are there. Stats about dhabi. So we say forty nine hundred fifty one shots that the nine sixty one safe percent say. They lost the game. Three two one on the power play. Thirteen shots it only on three power. Play tarpley's that is absolutely insane. Oh my gosh so hat. They really wasted a opportunity to win the game from. That's stolen game. That's that's a game that the goaltender should've tried up into the third. So i'll give them at the end of the third. They looked a lot better than look like they're trying to but it always comes too late every time it's always the last like eight to five minutes. It can't be that the horn goes off to start the third period. It's gotta happen. You gotta score now mentality win. Twenty is on the clock. i don't i don't get why they wait till the very end of the game. It's so frustrating. And that's that's the thing that goes all the way back to skating. Anc lack of urgency. That that that extra push the stars don't have instead of cleaning the body out or going after the carolina her carolina hurricanes florida panthers. They're sitting there sticking their stick out being lazy man. That's that's the word magic. they're great. i need some razor 'isms seriously but they just lazy and they don't have that extra that they need that extra push and that's what fresh more than anything at the end of the third because like we can. We can get chant is obviously and the third we got him like if you play that way from the start of the period we score a goal. They're like we're gonna like it was a problem. We had like five more minutes on that clock. I say what's goal so the it's so frustrating that they won't just do it from the get-go i i don't get with it is Hopefully it was just. They didn't have conditioning. But we're running out of run out of things to give them the benefit of the doubt for like really. Are i still think this is good hockey team. I do. i think they're very hurt but they should still be winning games like this. So especially when they're goaltender is good as you was so i'm still gonna hold onto that. They're a good hockey team. So we'll we'll see we'll see what happens with the rest of this series if they can pull out a series win so i actually love the three game series. Just anybody who mentioned it. Three game series awesome. I like it just like baseball. So but anyway if they somehow find a way to win this series like that. That would be a great turnaround..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Everyone welcome into another edition of the world's pod tobias harris the philadelphia seventy sixers a first place sixers and the bias who was having really wanted the best all around seasons in the league certainly in eastern conference chasing that rare fifty forty nine hundred fifty percent from the floor over forty percent from the three point line and we're in eighty six percents the bias at the free throw line. Which when you're shooting that well it's tough to get that number up. You can't miss right to get ninety. Yeah you can't miss it's a it was funny because i hit the ninety blue joel came to me and he goes. You're fifty forty ninety. Missed the next two free throws and he goes now. You gotta make like forty in a row. Now you're a liar. I gotta get it back up. So yeah it's a. It's one of the things like going into a lot of seasons. I say. I want to be as wishing as possible in a goal is to be deported. Ninety player so it's a. It's definitely huge goldman joe. Did you play baseball growing up to buy neither now. I could see joel being the guy on the baseball team. The dugout with pitchers got the no hitter in sixth seventh inning. Going up to him and saying you gotta no hitter gone. He's gosh for sure. While listen those are all star numbers and those are the kind of numbers especially on a first place team. You're gonna get more all stars when you're on the best team and there's a lot conversation league right now about this all star game. You know reported that they're getting and i think a union is let you guys know that in march seven atlanta leaks finalizing the details. Lebron james came out last night. The aren't fox publicly. I think i think some others have been more private in their frustration with it. But what what's your sense tobias about in the pandemic having an all star game in atlanta in how you feel about it and how maybe some of your teammates guys you talk to the league. Feel about it. Yeah i've heard they're the chatter on me about it and this is a extremely condensed season. Were pretty much playing every other day. night after night. So you know to have also. It wasn't too surprising to hear the knew that there was an all star game. Just because he's kind of the the deck is already set of of this type of season like in a pandemic testing all the way down the line so for me. It was something when i heard about that. Okay well here we go. It's really nothing new from what we've been doing this this whole year but i also do understand it for a guy like lebron played all star games but for somebody like myself who wants to be in the game and wants to play in his first all star game. I'm also like i will go like you know in atlanta where we add. So that's how i look at it. You're you're ready to sign me up for it. I wonder just the mental toll tobias. That guys are feeling this season not just the restrictions when you're on the road but now in the last few weeks having to test every day and so you have an update today in philadelphia. But you gotta go in and do your testing tonight so at some point. You've got to drive back downtown right back down. Or actually you go to the tape oscilloscope. Which is jersey near you. Go to the team arena. Keep facility right and so you do that. Even as far drive is for you. Thirty five minute drive. So you know that's like it isn't toll. many will sit in. Say all you guys shouldn't be complaining. It is what it is but when you think about it this is off day. You know you don't really were playing so frequently so ty we're family. It is imported and days protesting. We aren't testing twice a day. The only reason why today is just one is because active the game yesterday tested so bit is like a destruction in the day but if he's going to keep us safe and healthy as we hope it would not. I guess it's just one of those things we we kinda at this point. Have to deal with to to have this season into play. How how different tobias has it been trying to build team chemistry relationships that you're building with new players that you're building out with a new coaching staff around a season where you really can't be around each other like you can't go out to dinner. Has that been be more challenging or even with a team has to work through issues. There are always issues and sometimes you can go out together. You could talk to them at dinner. You could go out. You could blow off steam whatever it is and everybody kind of come back with a fresh mind. The next day is there. Is that part of it. Had been more of a challenge to try to work through stuff on a team. A for me like we're a team last year that if we had a road trip we were out eating on pretty much every one of those gangs your night before a game after game we will go the and it's just a time of abandoning being ever talk about different things that go on the course of the season. Luckily we had some really good success. This year so We found a lot of ways to do that. You know have conversations in the locker room before a game after game on the bus being able to communicate just that sense of being able to go out to arrest there on sit down and break bread and enjoy a great meal. Great bottle of wine have that type of dialogue. i think for sure that is missed. And you want to have all these great conversations and communications with different guys but we are being told to like stay a distance away or certain amount of people in anna seating area at a time. So i definitely think that takes a bit of a toll on on on the mental. Just decide like relationships in the togetherness for shore the season. You've had this year tobias and we went through the numbers earlier. the success. That game winner against the lakers recently. Which you know certainly was a regular season game. You beat them They're the defending champions. They're the standard right now. In the league there was a lot of talk coming into the season about the success. You had had with doc. In the season you ended up coming affiliate trae. You're having your best season. Is there anything to playing for him. How he's used you. That has impacted the success. You've had both within their in. La and now in this twenty game plus start to this year. Oh yeah for your offer start off by saying just rocks a coach that is always striving for more than the team to never get content to keep on pushing for the level we to go to and when he first came in there was a whole lot of chatter about all had your best year on doc. This isn't that Why did live. When i when i left. La i did go from one system. Who another system so to be able to be here in dock to implement his system with.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

06:31 min | 6 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Philanthropy as you put as call you clark. Kent in a suit and tie. You've done a lot of these many things that you've done that you would put in. The category of people plan thrapy. What are you proudest of. What holds a particularly strong foothold in your heart. Is there anything that really stands out for you. I would say answer a question a moment but when my mother did pass away i went through oliver papers. And she has scrapbooks of all my patriotic philanthropy things and none of the scrapbooks. None of the articles about carlisle. She was really interested in what i had done. She called me that. When i started giving away money to kind. Give back to the country. When i call patriotic three. She was extremely proud. And that's where she collected all the articles about that not so much carl success. Oh the interesting thing about patriotic philanthropy is. It's a relatively small part of my philanthropy. Maybe five to ten percent but it gets ninety nine percent of the attention for whatever reason because people aren't doing it much so if i give a large amount of money to a cancer center a cancer hospital you know that's a good thing that's modest compared to what bill gates other famous cancer landscapers for doing but if i give ten million dollars to keep the washington monument and a in reasonable shape that gets an enormous amount of attention. Maybe it should. Maybe it shouldn't. But i just i've been surprised. At how many how much attention guessing. How few other people seem to want to do it. But i tried to convince a lot of people giving pledge and other places that they should do. They are a lot richer than me. And many of them to do the same things but doesn't seem to attract as much attention. Maybe because people think the government should be doing this. I don't know but mother used to watch it and so one time i might. I decided that. One of the lincoln memorial which was such a famous art of our history. I thought it needed some repair and Was kind of run down a bit in the park service. Unruly have the money to do everything. So i set out to fix it. And they said that's announce it in front of the lincoln memorial. I said okay. So we have announced with their and soon as we're doing it covered on c. Span live it starts to snow so i'm sitting there and the snow and i get a call my cell phones from my mother. She's watching c. span. She's david put your hat on it. Snow ink okay. So your mother's are always paying attention you know so. I put my hat on anyway. I have enjoyed this Fixing the monuments preserving documents like the magna. Carta i've historic is probably one of the better american collections of historic american books and ultimately. I'll give these things away and the places that seem appropriate. I like putting him on display in the reason. I put him on display. Is that if you look at a computer. Slide of the magna carta or if you read a computer slide of the wash monument doesn't have the same impact as visiting the human brain still gets much more out of visiting something you prepare for. You learn more. When you're there you may learn more afterwards. So i'm trying to get people to learn more about our country's history and the reason is this. If you wanna have a good democracy you have to have an informed citizenry. That's what the founding fathers believed informed. Citizenry will lead to a better democracy right now. We don't teach civics very much in our country's history and we don't teach in our country schools and we don't teach very much about american history congratulate for almost any college united states without having to take an american history course so now situation is such a bad that recently in a survey two thirds of americans couldn't even name the three branches the federal government and while ninety one percent of people apply for citizenship test. This country can pass the basic civic status in forty nine hundred fifty states. Recently the majority of citizens couldn't pass basic citizenship. Test that you have to take to be a citizen so we should do a better job of informing our citizens. And that's why some of the things i do is designed to kind of get people educated about this a little bit more than maybe they otherwise would be if you could get a message a quote a word and image anything out to billions of people. Metaphorically speaking on a huge billboard could be anything. What might you put on that billboard. Give back to your country do something that makes the world a better place in your country a better place. Honor your parents. Your reputation is all you really carry around with you. It takes a lifetime to build a reputation and five minutes to destroy it. So don't do anything to destroy your reputation but do things don't honor your children your parents and yourself and give back to the country which you presumably think is the best country in the world or you wouldn't be here really enjoyed this david. Thank you so much. thank the recent. Thanks royal restricts your obviously well researched and you know your material pretty. Well thanks i i do. I do my best and people can find more at david. Rubenstein dot com the new book or a the latest book. But certainly one of many to come as how to lead wisdom from the world's greatest. Ceo's founders and game changers so anything else that you would like to to say or request of my audience before we bring this douglas. No i would just say. I've been interviewed by a lot of podcasts. People and you aren't as well informed as anybody ever been interviewed by your obviously do a lot of research and i appreciate it and you have a very soothing voice which works quite well on podcast so i you have done other things in the business. Where and stuff worth. You have a real future here. And i look forward to listen to a lot of your podcasts into. I'm going to go back and reread some of your books. Okay thank you. David i i really appreciate it and this is this has been really enjoyable for me and perhaps some some point post post covid will bump into each other but my new book is going to be seven day workweek. We need a seventy. I was thinking when you were like. Oh this person's native language isn't even english. I was like you know that that could be a blurb on the back of one of my books. Maybe i'll send a galley for you to read but really appreciate it and everybody listening. We'll have notes for everything at tim. Log forward slash podcast. This is tim again. Just a few more things before you take off number one this five at friday. Do you want to get a short email from me. would enjoy getting short email from me. Every friday that provides a little more morsel of fun before the weekend and five will of friday's a very short email. Where i share the coolest.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Such a bad that recently in a survey two thirds of americans couldn't even name the three branches the federal government and while ninety one percent of people apply for citizenship test. This country can pass the basic civic status in forty nine hundred fifty states. Recently the majority of citizens couldn't pass basic citizenship. Test that you have to take to be a citizen so we should do a better job of informing our citizens. And that's why some of the things i do is designed to kind of get people educated about this a little bit more than maybe they otherwise would be if you could get a message a quote a word and image anything out to billions of people. Metaphorically speaking on a huge billboard could be anything. What might you put on that billboard. Give back to your country do something that makes the world a better place in your country a better place. Honor your parents. Your reputation is all you really carry around with you. It takes a lifetime to build a reputation and five minutes to destroy it. So don't do anything to destroy your reputation but do things don't honor your children your parents and yourself and give back to the country which you presumably think is the best country in the world or you wouldn't be here really enjoyed this david. Thank you so much. thank the recent. Thanks royal restricts your obviously well researched and you know your material pretty. Well thanks i i do. I do my best and people can find more at david. Rubenstein dot com the new book or a the latest book. But certainly one of many to come as how to lead wisdom from the world's greatest. Ceo's founders and game changers so anything else that you would like to to say or request of my audience before we bring this douglas. No i would just say. I've been interviewed by a lot of podcasts. People and you aren't as well informed as anybody ever been interviewed by your obviously do a lot of research and i appreciate it and you have a very soothing voice which works quite well on podcast so i you have done other things in the business. Where and stuff worth. You have a real future here. And i look forward to listen to a lot of your podcasts into. I'm going to go back and reread some of your books. Okay thank you. David i i really appreciate it and this is this has been really enjoyable for me and perhaps some some point post post covid will bump into each other but my new book is going to be seven day workweek. We need a seventy know. I was thinking when you were like. Oh this person's native language isn't even english. I was like you know that that could be a blurb on the back of one of my books. Maybe i'll send a galley for you to read but really appreciate it and everybody listening. We'll have notes for everything at tim..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Hebrews thirteen to like there's there's so many examples of this mandate for hospitality the passages comparing and contrasting these far into the spectrum responses right. So you've got lot who's like. Hey i see you coming from afar like come to my house. Let me feed you whatever with. Hey actually we wanna like completely humiliate and dehumanize people that we don't know what to overpower them As the men of the towners about as anti welcoming as you could get jay michaelson. Who's a rabbi says. Reading the story of sodom is being about homosexuality like reading the story of an axe murderer. And saying it's about an axa and we know this because they're of the other ways the sin of sodom more are explained throughout the old testament like jeremiah equate sodom with adultery and lies. There's nothing about blanket homosexuality like amos four talks about how The people who are in the mountains of samaria who oppressed the poor who crushed the needy. I have overthrown. You as god has overthrown sodom and gomorrah and even in the new testament when jesus talks about the cities that will have it. Worse than sodom and gomorrah. It's because they've been inhospitable to his disciples when they come into town to preach. Jesus is comparing all the good times that were had on the days leading up to the destruction of sodom and gomorrah the good times leading up to the days of the second coming. You know. Peter talks about how god will preserve the righteous like he preserved lot and punish the wicked like he did it. Sodom and gomorrah So you know jud chapter one. There's only one chapter jude. But he writes about how god will destroy those who don't believe in him and he mentioned sodom and gomorrah Basically saying that they indulged in sexual immorality and pursued strange flesh so the net bible here Kind of breaks this down as literally meaning they pursued flesh other that was normally pursued and they make the case that the false teachers jude and the wicked residents of sodom and gomorrah practice homosexuality in the in a general way as opposed to something specific so This was an and then. I think we get it. Very clear in ezekiel sixteen. Forty nine hundred fifty now. This was the sin of sodom. She and her daughters were arrogant over fed an unconcerned. They did not help the poor and needy. They were haughty and detestable. Things for me therefore i did away with them as you have seen so i think there's at least enough evidence for us to ask serious questions. About what the sense of sodomy amores other than what we've been traditionally told interesting about this. She is thinking about this. Just as my my existence in the local church like in a church for my whole life..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Bomani Jones will disagree with STAN Van Gundy about the greatness of the movie hoosiers. But before we do that we do this every week during the basketball season. Stan Van Gundy, welcome back came Knicks. We've missed you STAN Van Gundy is going to give you his hot basketball nuggets in your face. And now time to stay van Gundy's, top NBA nuggets, owning Durst show. The thing. There are a theme this week stand just the NBA finals, Dan. All right. I mean he's used up most of his good stuff today on the show, he's come with fire again. And again, so, honestly, what is he going to say it's actually about the Memphis grizzlies. So the number three best nugget of the week, according to STAN Van Gundy is if Toronto can win tonight. They will become the first team to win three road games in the final since the Lakers in two thousand and one but with both teams already having one to away games in the series. We are assured that we will have only the third team in fifty years to win two road games but still lose the finals the last being Phoenix twenty six years ago man. Good nugget, and dropping bombs third-best one. All right. The second best nugget is the magnitude of Golden State's loss of Kevin Durant cannot be overstated to rant is one of only four players to have averaged over thirty points per game in his NBA finals career playing. Over ten games, and he has been by far the most efficient of the great scorers. The gold standard for shooting his fifty forty nine hundred fifty percent from the floor forty percent from three and ninety percent from the free throw line team in the final. Hey d- has shot fifty five forty five and ninety one..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Two thousand sixteen year before the two thousand seventeen and he was kind of giving me hints of stuff. He's going. You know, we know enough on June thirtieth that we'd really don't have to wait for the audit. We could just agree with the players association. What never we're going to use in that's going to be good enough. And that's exactly what they did. So there's no longer an audit based reason to have to have the July moratorium. It's now they're just as kind of cooling off period or a period of open to go Goshi Asian, but the fact that teams and players can announce okay, I'm going here. We've we've signed the square where we've agreed in principle to sign with the sky with the more trying list that's ineffective the same. It takes a guy off the table. So why not just allow a team to go ahead and sign the guy then and then you get out of the whole Dallas de'andre Jordan scenario that really hurt the league a couple years ago. All right. Here's another one. Rookie extension deadline is pretty simple. The rookie extension deadline used to be active over thirty first. Or if it was a weekend, it'd be a couple of days afterwards. Now that extension is the first day of the regular season. I liked that role. I liked having to do it before the start of the season to your don't have that hanging over you don't have the chance of somebody getting injured. So I mean, I guess you're not you don't get to see a few games of the guy in action before, but you do at least get training camp to get him in and kind of see what shape he's in that deck up. So I'd like, yeah. I like that there. I like that what I would give it like an eight. I think I think the tibial deadline was kind of arbitrary anyways. So. Yeah. Go for it will end then they kept though, the deadline for exercising rookie options and to have that be the end of October. And I actually think that's okay too. Especially getting a look at a guy this first couple of games when you have to look at something that far forward. It's not that something that's unilateral for the team. Anyway. So. There's less of an issue of kind of the negotiations being a distraction or something like that. So okay. The right sizing here, you you explain briefly what that is for it share. Well, the first thing to keep in mind. If you're going to understand this is that the players salaries are zero-some game. And you look into this before where the players are guaranteed between forty nine hundred fifty one percent of revenue becomes a set number and the players collectively get that amount of money to the dime. So it's really not about how big of a contract you're gonna get..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Spacing a Republican presidential candidate widely reviled. Among the party's rank and file nominate a seemingly safe establishment figure to keep their hold on the White House to the party's shock and horror. They're establishment figure loses the general election. The reviled. Republican becomes president could nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy seventy-two reappear in not only twenty sixteen but in the presidential race of twenty twenty. Here's Wall Street Journal, executive Washington editor Jerry cyb on his story, Jerry. How do you see it? There's an interesting. The Democrats might wanna think about in terms of the cycle that they're in now and their move body logically to the left, which is kind of what you're seeing the democratic national party today. Some people look at a similar situation in the past and wonder if they're hearing echoes of it now, and the parallel is to nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two for Democrats in nineteen sixty eight Democrats had been in the White House for eight years just as Democrats had been in two thousand sixteen they faced a Republican that liberals really dislike intensely, Richard Nixon, just as liberals would just like Donald Trump now to defeat Richard Nixon in nineteen sixty eight the Democrats picked a very safe establishment candidate, Hubert Humphrey, who was in fact, the vice president, then he any lost in a close election. He lost the Richard Nixon this made liberals in the Democratic Party, very angry and very upset, and they thought the party needed to show, its true, ideological colors, more and be bolder. So in nineteen seventy. To the party had moved to the left nominated George McGovern a much more liberal candidate who then got swapped by Richard Nixon. He lost forty nine hundred fifty states. So you fast forward to today, and you think well Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton centrist establishment in two thousand sixteen they lost Donald Trump the liberal wing of the party is outraged by that they're saying let's stop compromising with moderate candidates. Let's be bolder pick somebody from the left. There's a lot of energy after the party does history repeat itself to the Democrats nominated more liberal candidate. And then basically.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KTOK

"A Republican presidential candidate widely reviled. Among the party's rank and file nominate a seemingly safe establishment figure to keep their hold on the White House to the party's shock and horror. They're establishment figure loses the general election. The reviled. Republican becomes president could nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two reappear in not only twenty sixteen but in the presidential race of twenty twenty. Here's Wall Street Journal, executive Washington editor Jerry cyber on his story, Jerry. How do you see it? There's an interesting precedent. The Democrats might wanna think about in terms of the cycle that they're in now and their move body logically to elect which is kind of what you're seeing on the democratic national party today. Some people look at a similar situation in the past and wonder if they're hearing echoes of it now, and the the parallel is tonight. Eighteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two for Democrats in nineteen sixty eight Democrats had been in the White House for eight years, just as Democrats had been in two thousand sixteen they faced a Republican that liberals really disliked intensely, Richard Nixon, just as liberals would just like Donald Trump now to defeat Richard Nixon in nineteen sixty eight the Democrats picked as very safe establishment candidate, Hubert Humphrey, who was in fact, vice president then he lost in a close election. He lost to Richard Nixon this made liberals in the Democratic Party, very angry and very upset, and they thought the party needed to show its true ideological colors, more and be boulder. So in nineteen seventy two the party had moved to the left and nominated George McGovern a much more liberal candidate who then got swapped by Richard Nixon. He lost forty nine hundred fifty states. So you fast forward to today, and you think we'll Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton centrist establishment in two thousand sixteen. They lost Donald Trump. The liberal wing of the party is outraged by that they're saying let's stop compromising with moderate candidates. Let's be bolder and pick somebody from the left. There's a lot of energy in the left to the party does history repeat itself do the Democrats nominated more liberal candidate..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Yeah sorry quote we have high hopes when it comes to that title talking about cyber palm the campaign the marketing campaign well surely be more expensive than in the case of witcher three but it is to really discuss the details it closer we are to the premier the more precise expectations become and then we will know more or less how much we want to spend on promotion this is the standard in the business there you go folks you got it right there ironclad headline they're going to spend more on promotion for several punk twenty seventy seven than they did on the witcher three do you keep finding these news yes doesn't need it locked it in because everyone knows oh well i was gonna say they need to be educated on these are two different franchises nobody witcher three was so such like a critical claim that i feel like people are just going to everyone's gonna by saturday will twenty seventy seven so it's going to be successful game we're all gonna love it much fan fantasies kind of hiring because like game of thrones it was the third whicher yes this is the first several tweets we've all been there actually might be a rude awakening here we go oh yeah blade runner didn't do so great i mean i think it did find that it was it didn't do fine the movie why the failure didn't do mine because you couldn't be there i wouldn't saw twice but why no i'm saying didn't do fine because you either you can do it in touch joy you can't even if you talk his joy the woman yeah joys the hologram woman i'm looking into armas so john's right this game will revolutionize pop culture and as we know it because we'll finally understand what living the perfect life is once we're sitting here playing cyberpunk twenty seventy seven probably about a week from now that's what i guess next mony threes so yeah next to we're all going to be twenty forty nine hundred fifty million dollars that yet twenty nine yes worldwide made two hundred and fifty nine million that's really it's that is absolutely how much did the sad rule i agree it's a great movie to wait too long he got to do it.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on WGN Radio

"May notice reduce speeds but his troops up to forty p note other see store for details and terms and conditions is that you left the is that man that i don't know who it is as okay that's her right all right so we're talking about those we lost and we were gonna breakdown television music is sports at all kinds of good stuff right after the news this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom if you're an amazon echo user just say play wgn radio onto an and it's real three here's roger better sham cloudy 29 at o'hare president trump splashed with the fbi saying its conduct really disgraceful and that its reputation in tatters will that change things for federal prosecutors and court more from build you gmc david jenny former good county prosecutor jerry solomon says things will change for federal prosecutors because jewellery's are going to remember what president trump had to say when they get back in the jury roman coveting those hey you know trump terrible i don't know how they're going to report unsellable had this to say about the timing of what the president had to say eight goal try i talked to a graduating class of the fbi i mean it's just from a lawyer standpoint it's crazy david jennings wgn noon of needs your held signing man they say is of cereal bank robber who sell the four branches since wednesday fbi agent geared croome says the threats he's directs at bank employees are over the top going into the bank making that demand for money threatening police shootings along the terrifying free point be experiencing knack suspects white male is twenty to thirty five four to five six wing a hundred forty nine hundred fifty pounds as a thousand dollar reward for information australian pries police have arrested a man they say was acting as an agent of the north korean government the sydney man has was accused rather of using an clifford communications to try to broker sales of weapons of mass destruction from north korea australia's federal police assistant commissioner neil gone says the fifty nine year old australian citizen generated tens of millions of dollars for pyongyang's government the latest paticipating discussions syle of missile components read from north korea to other entities abroad as another attempt to try and rice revenue for the government move korea we're learning about a topsecret offence program aimed at keeping an eye on the.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Elsie our sympathy six flush it up wrong just like in a prices right who got the lows one we say 55 i said yes while he's forty nine hundred fifty two guys orange reiter or you want to be you want the news you know what israel name is on a son and our ran rico yes robert van winkle discern analysts better watch out man yeah or dan moisture rise be careful forty nine yet as crazy i didn't i have no idea parliament what is your confidence level to enrich he'll tonight uh you know what's really interesting is the i think there might be the first are we brought up his name in almost two hours and we've been top of the dodgers orlando heard high prior averages igor oh yeah we were to our current charlotte mri right and and you know what i think this is this is really a big time moment for for rich hero because he is some were over an afterthought in this larger conversation we had in fact when you look at all the starting pitchers he's the one who actually pitched pretty well and again you know what i'm saying didn't give up our image the best he would pitched as i gotta but those are the two guys you a least expected to have the best games how would per hour right right i would feel i guess i'm confident about him on his era is a little under three and three starts in a postseason a what can you you know 13 in and compete for enron's what he will you think you know we keep whenever i mean i'm not really trip up i like the collected a lot better than i did watching kershaw leaving here's a name again leaving in the fifth inning the com p colognebased the competitor in me would be by you know work airbus timer everybody else manner there kershaw blah blah blah i hope he goes out.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Seventy three we certainly wish him and his family well we certainly wish him well as he goes on to the next life but tonight a night that we generally if you have a favorite rave you have a favor manager go ahead let that one out but also tonight's a night where i have to say it's been magical new orleans and i will take more of the calls about embracing the suck an app you've done it of your team zone two and i have to talk to the folks in new orleans again because it's been a magical run folks and i'm going to say it for the third straight year 'cause before you see when i first it it was just a hot take and i can understand that's how you felt even though i i try not to be that way i really don't because of what because of what my business is done with certain characters i can understand you thinking that it was just a hot taken that's what it was however i am sincere about this i look at the new orleans saints and i just simply ask what the hell of you've been doing for three years what's what's been what has been the reasoning behind any of this i mean what if you really been doing i i get that maybe he's a drawing card still i get the maybe he's he's a guy that that brings in a lot of cash a here's the guy that won the super bowl this was after katrina i know that there is beloved as a figure in the city are new orleans he is a hall of famer bonafide he's fantastic sixty six thousand pass yards throughout his career he's been absolutely wonderful and you've had years now two thousand fourteen forty nine hundred fifty two yards 33 dutch down two thousand fifteen forty eight hundred.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Yet camp bridge sports all right so next i read the bill again anyway so ice cube he's starting as he's the one starting the new summer yeah baby the big three big three he posted a video on twitter of himself making a thirty foot shot okay and he directed this tweet towards one love our ball i am sorry for bringing it up but this is necessary because the diet opens valve the has dr anyway keep he brought this up because lavarra ball said he would have killed michael jordan if he brain oneonone backing quote back in my hay day nso as you posted the video film making of ice cube making the thirty foot shot and said to love are you make it look far all by a pair of them big ball or brand nice then he adds an in his caption that allegedly by not one but ten pairs if lavarch can make the thirty foot shot the four hundred ninety five dollars shoes that wouldn't of cost for forty nine hundred fifty dollars which is trump changed ice cube these days oregon see response from the war on this oregon him do it no he will not absolutely will not do it because israel has to prove himself right right have you noticed that lavarra ball never stepped have you seen him play basketball now now he's he's all talk there's no exactly which is anybody who really can't play but says they can that's what they do like this is not surprising there's no way lavarra ball but f s one will put lavarra ball on and he will answer back to ice cuba but i think that ice cube could the could benefit with lavarra.

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