18 Burst results for "Forty Seven Hours"
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"forty seven hours" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Yeah fuck just give it. Courtesy your credit or whatever sounds good and we had built up. I think pretty good relationship what you do whatever you gotta do. Hey you guys reacting us us getting a chance to react to whatever you say which we're going to have to do today like this is all good. It's all good for we. Don't care just give obviously. Hey this from youtube dot com slash. Sleep at max v show and we'll be thankful then. We asked for permission fox sports one time and they sent us this legalese thing. Get out for this amount of time afterwards. This asked to happen can't do this so we're like all right. I guess this is. Hey we don't want to do this but this is going to be the game. We're going to go ahead and copy and paste this thing and send it back and i feel like everybody has talked to us. Yeah nobody's going to listen to the legally we sent back. There's no way our copy paste and back to people is going to be listened to anybody else. i mean. yeah we'll see they. They did a good job today. But we'll see it was fantastic very nice. They did a good job now. Granted there were a couple of outlets. That didn't ask just ran it. Which by the way. I'm always you give curtis and they did. I do not care at all. Like i just think. That's i actually told. Cup people on the internet that were emerging as pretty big people and i once again i must say this. There are people that are much better at the internet. I am okay. I'm not saying anything. I'll just happen to be on the internet a lot for a long time and i sent him on like just makes you give credit to people. Yeah okay with what you're doing just makes you give credit to people like that's that's something on the internet. You can just fall into a a nasty holy like it's just not something you got. Give people credit like even. If you don't like what they said in your about the barium like i think it's an honorable thing to do is just give them credit. Like hey this is where this came from blah blah. What's kinda the way it works but these networks the way we have to deal with like it's obviously coming from a lawyer Me and tie typing the message back a couple of slap which is fine. You know. I don't have a law degree so i mean i don't i. I can't bars through the legal ease. But we'll see i mean like i said it was good start today but i think you're right as the season kind of drags on here. We'll see what i'm sure. There's i personally like that's what we're doing by the way you create stuff and hope that it drives. Everybody is kind of what we're very lucky. Aaron has comfortable enough to come on the show every single week. And i appreciate everybody at those networks. I'm not saying but there's a department at all these networks that is to obtain rights and i wonder if fox literally because there's what lad bible remember. They were running this for a long time. They were just buying up viral videos like two weeks. After they had been released. They come to an agreement with whatever that's called by the right user generated content there's a lot of platforms that are huge base. They take other people's videos put on our co caption whole world gets at laugh comments. That person got famous on that platform. They're happy about a boom boom boom. But then there was a time on the internet where people were buying these going directly to the and then they were sending cease-and-desist and then lawsuits back to people that posted it like to our hog was a big one. Viral hog latte gladbach. Bible was a big one. There was a couple of others. It was like that was a time on the internet and i think everybody on the internet was like tom. The fuck on. This can't be how this goes it now. Like the networks. They all have like their departments are like listen. You can use our stuff but make sure if that things on for forty seven hours after originally aired. We're fucking sue and you forever will come find all right and was pretty cool. We're just trying to use it or whatever but it's a wild world out here and everybody's talking about the rogers interview yesterday. Obviously because aaron rodgers had wild off season then they go and play the saints down in jacksonville and get the doors blown off of them. Who yeah bad band. What aaron rodgers. Do a lot of people say are gonna show up on tuesday and i got a text from people friends of mine. They were like no way does shows up on tuesday. I'm like i think he's gonna show up on tuesday just like last year after they got blown out he showed up tuesday just like any other situation that people thought. Maybe he wasn't. He has shown up he came in. I think he took all the blame but he wasn't as fiery as people wanted him to be core. I think that is what it was. He wasn't as upset as people wanted him to be. Now there are still sixteen games. Left there is still a lot of things that'll be sorted out on every team. Not just the green bay packers. But i think a lot of people said he looked a little bit too relaxed or whatever. I actually told him while we were talking to him. Hey people are not going to be happy about how relaxed you are right now. Is that something. Am i out of pocket for telling you this but this is going to be a reaction that you are not taken account building. You're relaxed and this was his actual answer yesterday in some. This did not about really by anybody that we're saying. He looked like he was too out of it. Not competitive or.
The Cycling Podcast
"forty seven hours" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Using thirty seconds. You before birth bradley. Brad how is it to have competed thousand plummeted trip around and one almost say. I don't think the win win too much to be honest but now obsolete designed what was the hardest part fee goodell's in buffalo so it's quite often Mainly the heat the heat today and yesterday was the worst thing and you didn't expect before it wasn't really forecasted was in say yes api wearing wearing a winter racy which is gonna thamel ru bafing arrived with it wrapped around his waist ditches. There's nothing you can do right now. This morning i literally stopped for a few hours. I was like rod in my route but free and so i didn't get too hot but then even in the sonos to So out stop for and article while may as well just wrap it round me and chelsea could've done if out of older per t. Shirt on was actually caught russia. And how was your ride. Powell so you got your second by about thirty seconds and you said you're waiting for a train for about five minutes into your. It wasn't five minutes. Two minutes just feels the red light. Yeah i was thinking to do like another country no I used to delegates input on the. I'm what was you You know there was some heavy climbs It wasn't much from the root probably a traffic today. Second day of the second part of today in a moment. My lasagna was gonna run out. So then i started recording on here and now that's disappeared. Finish onto different voices so alcohol to sleep deprived to out up understandable. Okay i'm just going to get the stats from the ride from powell. Because bradley's ride is in two parts to out of say distance distance nine hundred fifty six ace climbing funding thirty thousand seven home family. Yeah number two thousand nineteen was like nine nine thousand fifty percents increase and what else they want average Average moving speed over the forty seven hours impressive for i was stop for to draw to the six minutes. Right for hours stopped overall too much. It's interesting because didn't you in nineteen. Didn't you earn. He only rack up about twenty minutes of stopping or something like sleep. Okay but this year. I was wondering how you know every checkpoint you have to stop you have to find the answer for the question nowadays there and some checkpoints most of them. Actually i did through the night so finding the you know. How old was the cango. Something like that of the business you go and you just looking around trying to find the checkpoint. The checkpoint is often like statue then or something. And they'll have some information on there that you have to face. Silverdale was a sign for a war. And i was looking i was like yeah torches out i guess i assumed that there would be someone saying individual. He would sign you off but no. It's not quite that easy. The most important point. I mixed the names and i read the question for the wrong checkpoints about the gate and i was checking all the gates around looking for this signal initials that they were supposed to be on the reservoir. You know spend like fifteen minutes for for looking at it. And then and then i stopped. I mean look at the nines again. And i realized them looking at the route. So that's probably why such along stops. I would say ten minutes for every checkpoint checkpoints which is one hundred meters. Yeah well there we have it. After a thousand kilometers. It came down to thirty seconds. I i really couldn't believe it was nail biting. It was thrilling. It was so different from a normal bike race but just so similar and yeah. I guess i'm hooked kind of want to go that next year myself and it was a little bit mean of me to show the mike in the face of two completely dead participants but i guess i just wanted to catch up a little bit on a couple of the other people racing who we didn't get to catch up with at the finish first off. I spoke to nicki shaw about her journey. So nicky. i work up on monday morning. Seeing your dark on gray which meant that. You had to scratch what happened because it was such a great race you up until that i. So what was the story it was. It was really well So the race started..
The Cycling Podcast
"forty seven hours" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Using seconds. thirty seconds. you before birth bradley. Brad how is it to have competed thousand plummeted trip around and one almost say. I don't think the win win too much to be honest but now obsolete designed what was the hardest part fee goodell's in buffalo so it's quite often Mainly the heat the heat today and yesterday was the worst thing and you didn't expect before it wasn't really forecasted was in say yes api wearing wearing a winter racy which is gonna thamel ru bafing arrived with it wrapped around his waist ditches. There's nothing you can do right know this morning. I literally stopped a few hours. I was like rod in my route but free and so i didn't get too hot but then even in the sonos to So out stop for and article while may as well just wrap it round me and chelsea could've done if out of older per t. Shirt on was actually caught nastiest. The fresh russia. And how was your ride. Powell so you got your second by about thirty seconds and you said you're waiting for a train for about five minutes into your. It wasn't five minutes. Two minutes for sure does down the red light. Yeah i was thinking to do like another country no I used to delegates input on the. I'm what was you You know there was some heavy climbs It wasn't much from the root probably a traffic today. Second day of the second part of day in a moment. My lasagna was gonna run out. So then i started recording on here. And now that's disappeared. Veritas finish onto different bosses so alcohol to sleep deprived to out up understandable. Kay i'm just going to get the stats from the ride from powell. Because bradley's ride is in two parts to out of say distance distance hundred fifty six days climbing climbing thirty thousand seven home family. Yeah number two thousand nineteen was like nine thousand nine hundred fifty percents increase and what else they want. Average average moving speed over the forty seven hours impressive for i was stop for to draw to the six minutes. Right for hours stopped overall too much. It's interesting because didn't you in two thousand nineteen. Didn't you earn. He only rack up about twenty minutes of stopping or something like sleep. Okay but this year. I was wondering how you know every checkpoint you have to stop you have to find the answer for the question nowadays there and some checkpoints most of them. Actually i did through the night so finding the you know. How old was the cango. Something like that. The next you go and you just looking around trying to find the checkpoint. Checkpoint is often like statue then or something and they'll have some information on there that you have to photograph. Silverdale was a sign for a war. And i was looking. I was like yeah torches out. I guess i assumed that there would be someone saying individual he would sign you off but no it's not quite that easy. The most important point. I mixed the names and i read the question for the wrong checkpoints about the gate and i was checking all the gates around looking for this signal initials that they were supposed to be on the reservoir. You know spend like fifteen minutes for for looking at it. And then and then i stopped looked at the nines again and i realized them looking at the route. So that's probably why such along stops. I would say ten minutes for every checkpoint checkpoints which is one hundred meters. Well there we have it. After a thousand kilometers. It came down to thirty seconds. I i really couldn't believe it was nail biting. It was thrilling. It was so different from a normal bike race but just so similar and yeah. I guess i'm hooked. You know kind of want to go that next year myself and it was a little bit mean of me to show the mike in the face of two completely dead participants but i guess i just wanted to catch up a little bit on a couple of the other people racing who we didn't get to catch up with at the finish first off. I spoke to nicki shaw about her journey. So nicky. i work up on monday morning. Seeing your dog on gray which meant that you had to scratch what happened because it was such a great race you up until that i. So what was the story it was. It was really well.
Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Home welcome and keith. And the girl. I'm keith malley. We of course a recording live from new york city because of the virus can denier in separate places. But you know new york city right yellow cab gypsy cab dollar cab hollow back new york city and what an exciting place can. There's live here most of your life. Right since i was four games. I moved from the country somerset. Pennsylvania close the pittsburgh but definitely the country. And i just on news article today somerset. Man arrested for threatening three with the sword. That somerset. Now that somerset. A summer man is facing charges for threatening three people with the sword causing police to break down the apartment door. Elliot's har- forty two of somerset. I'm forty seven hour. Nobody in my family knows recognizes this last name though okay. It's a very small area so yeah normally small area. He was arrested. Honest the street. That i lived on when i was on my own arrested wednesday morning after police were called to an apartment building on east patriot street. That's where i was police report. They were unable to get into the building when they heard horror scream quote. I'll fucking kill you by the way. It's their their buildings in somerset. We had the you mean. Yeah we like caves. We have buildings like like apartment buildings as opposed to houses that are maybe two family houses or you lived in an apartment building. No would have been a house turned into an apartment. Okay that's how. I pictured the whole neighborhood yes. They kicked the door open and went to the second floor to find another lock door. Oh you don't wanna make gobs mad another door. Police were able to remove the pins from the door when they found hard at the top of the stairs please ordered him to To the ground with the guns drawn he complied was taken into custody without incident. I don't understand the taking the pins out of the door. I mean they might have contraption but it's not like copsey second door and go but the architecture they must respect it. But i think new york cops are you know or cups in general sound like they love the breaking down of doors for them to to detach the screws. Is that what they're doing supposedly. Yeah it's it's very nice. And also at first i was thinking. Wow a sword. That's gotta be drugs but then guns drawn and the guy puts it down. That means you you can get into your right mind. Which drugs doesn't allow that willy nilly and it also doesn't mean a break in psychosis for a long time because he put it down which means this man just got a level of angry for awhile to take out a sword and threatened. This sounds like love's right well three p. Three people he was in love with that can create a mess. Look at your neighborhood became progressive. We all need something to take the edge off. And i got something for you. It's legal and it doesn't cause you to pick up swords fields.
Mason & Ireland
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"No eighty yeah. Eighty four minutes. That's how many hotdogs eighty four times. How many say it was. Oh my god. I feel like i'm gonna stanford algebra class. No it's not that bad. We got it okay. So let's let's say how many more times thirty four minutes thirty four is that what it was thirty seven or thirty four thirty four all right so two thousand eight hundred fifty six minutes okay. So let's let's divide that by sixty because that's an hour. Oh this is like math. Forty seven hours forty seven hours case. That is a two days basically from eating ten hotdogs. A year right is that sounds a little high. But you know we're going to go with today's today's days of your life and every year that you eat twenty hotdogs it's another two days of no no no that's on let's cumulative that's that's over the forty two years we're talking here. Oh yes oh yes now. Okay now let me do the reverse not to batter it. Here's the reverse. Yeah a serving of peanut. Butter represents a net gain of thirty three minutes. Oh wow so you gain thirty three minutes away for a of peanut butter because it's healthy. It's it's super yeah. I don't know i really fattening. That is good for you in most cases you deem you do need that we do. Need fatty peanut butter. Is i think based on that. I think it all evens out. 'cause it's sugar and carbs get you fat is actually pretty good for you. Yeah they say focus on your about hot does up when you eat. Fish fruits nuts and peanut butter. Yeah okay. I feel like i'm doing weight watchers points right now. Is that what you're doing. Yes basically right. That's how it works like it's weird to think about if you're like fruit and vegetables are free so like when you get really hungry. And you're like dang four points left and they still have to eat dinner and like your choices for dinner with four points is like a piece of chicken at that point. I mean there's not much you can have the weight watchers so you just eat a lot of fruit and vegetables because those free. There's are okinawa. Got it got it. Did you go to weight watchers yeah. I've done that. i've done. Weight watchers works and it totally works. He's basically counting calories. But it makes you just eat healthy and smaller portions fund all right. Hey coming up for you next. I wanna hit you with something. You worked for a long time in a particular medium and i questioned whether that medium is still alive. That's coming up next for. Your momo is in for john seven ten espn. Hey.
Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"And that's it. Because i i love those flashing lights and those ding ding. Dang vegas was good. I will say that. I was the only person in the state of nevada wearing a mask vaccinated unvaccinated. No one was wearing a mask. Except for me. I wouldn't even drink anything in the casino because i was like. I'm not taking off the mask because like if you're going to get the delta variant anywhere it's at any casino and they've had they've had huge outbreaks bagasse spent a ton of breaks. Yeah there's articles and also a lot of sirens on the strap like in a way that i've never heard before i didn't. I didn't love that so it was fun. It was really fun. We had a great time but again forty forty seven hours in vegas. Everything's amazing forty nine hours in vegas. I want to kill me. Talk out any that far out of here like an every time. It's it honestly go and clock those hours you guys. I was in my hotel room by three pm on monday. And i will say that on wednesday at six pm. I was leaving the next morning at seven am wednesday at six pm. I was having a mental breakdown. Like i was trying i was like it was like just like put on the tv and like go to bed. Because it's making jewelry on. And i was like i'm just hey melatonin like going to sleep. I like too much. it's too. Yeah it's it's it's an ad covert and it's just too much to tale. It's your would say on housewife. She says to foofoo. And i say yes. I agree it was fun. And i love his excellency slot machine if anyone knows how i can get that game whether it is on the computer on my phone literally physically in my house yes there's a bootleg version internet somewhere. Honey i have looked. I just wanna play. I don't need to feed it money. And i don't now give me money. I love it. I love the bonus. Did it do the shoes. Yeah that's what i did when i wanted. I won like a shoe shopping spree or something spewing and spewing. And i was just like this is a peak moment and this will flash through my head and shoes ran the rainbow bridge. The shoes are coming out is so amazing. If you guys have never played the sex and the city slot also. It's like one of those chairs like rumbles. So when you like fucking. I am a sucker. I buy into it every time. But i love when they're like like it's like a five multiplier. Mister bigs like that's a great number honey. And i'm like yes. I'm really glad that they haven't removed that. When i did it was twenty six teen. Yeah so it'd been of aljic but the fact that they have a ripped it out for like a livio. Rodriguez machine or shopping makes happy. That's probably coming. I consider it my civic duty to show up to vegas once a year and put enough money into the machines that it's worth keeping is the technically like the sex and the city hotel. It came through go. That's why they'd be cozma. Because weather is a big stiletto heel in the lobby very weird. It's a very like sex positive hotel. There are always like wanna get fucked. Go to when. I'm always like right boy. Do i remember those pets..
RISE Together Podcast
"forty seven hours" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"That you listen to my favorite podcasts. That i listen to it kind of depends on what i'm in the mood for i reply all was my favorite forever. They've gone through phrasing transition last implements and so on and using words anymore. It's all dance interpretive. Dance like how crazy transition. It's all colors. Not i mean truly. There was like a reckoning because they were doing some reporting about systemic stuff that was happening other places and that seems to some except was happening at their place and so the main main who was a fan of left the show. That's one but smart. Lewis is just something that i am. I it's jason. Bateman and sean hayes and the voice of batman Inside what's his learn will arnett thank you and and the and the job of that show. Is that each week they rotate in bringing in guest at the other two are ready or prepared to have any kind of conversation with it's a spot and that that's great and then the last one i would say his armchair expert with dax shepard. I just you know kiss conversations. He's great interviewer. So if there's someone that. I'm like looking at for inspiration on how to be better about asking a question then letting someone actions speak. He does a good job answers you. I don't listen to a ton of podcasts. But i like I think tim ferriss does really good job with his energies like his interview. With jerry seinfeld was one whereas pausing the take notes and for me. Like i really was like would mrs so so i like some of those but i i'm a big audible do like i like an audiobook where i'm trying to fill some space. I'm doing like i just finished. Accountability christos forty seven hours. That's that's a lot of book and so like more of an audio book guy but there's some pockets online that's cool. I like that one. But i'm not at all listen to tom. Rx random question best present you ever received as a disney corporate employees. So you already mentioned that game out. Air buds like candy. If somebody missed the previous episode. Dave said they had a bowl of puppies in the lobby. And you could just get a puppy when they were filming replied series on. That's how i interpreted By air bud. Seven everyone in the office just covered puppies. Because you know. I how many thanks film. But i'm not. I'm not scorsese but what was your best. Yes like the end of the year. There's a basket it's covered in cellophane. I'm assuming mickey mouse hands to you. I've never worked their best name through. Wow we got a glint all right so there were plenty of those gift. Baskets the attempts from the movie theater executives to try and make the deal making the next time around better by having their ham sent over but really the best gifts. Almost every single time ended up being at the end of production on one of the big movies. Yeah the producer the executive producer the director. Someone would take something and to this small group of people that participated in watching early rounds of the film and giving no. It's already sucks for instance. It's in the book. Yeah sorry about that. I didn't say but those like getting a little piece of Like a prop. That was on the sats. Right like so i have. I have a decent. I have a decent collection of this jacket was only given to the crew of the avengers or this was a piece of something that was on the set of that star wars movie that was shot and like i had a a dave solo cast created. It looks like han solo. But it's dave's head that was sent over from kevin kennedy who it's it's like that big already to the next show..
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Dailycast News
"This is news. Headlines in four minutes with alan edwards. The biden administration said wednesday. That it is preparing to begin evacuation flights for afghan interpreters and translators who aided the us military effort in the nearly twenty year war. Michael patterson reports the operation allies refuge flights out of afghanistan during the last week of july. We'll be available. I for special immigrant visa applicants already in the process of applying for us residency. According to the white house federal reserve chairman. Jerome powell said wednesday. The economy still has a lot of ground to make up before it can start to consider changing monetary policy before the house finance services committee pow appointed to gains in the labor market at signs of solid improvement but also added that the numbers have yet to return to pre pandemic levels and increase of dry winds on wednesday could bring more trouble for crews fighting wildfires in the western united states. Where more than sixty are still burning across. Several states gusts of up to thirty five miles per hour. Soaring temperatures near one hundred and five degrees and relative humidity. Falling to seventy percent are forecast for the pacific northwest. The largest blazes in the united states is the boot lake fire in oregon which is so far blackened more than two hundred thousand acres. The fire has destroyed more than fifty structures and almost two dozen homes drug overdose. Deaths rose by nearly thirty percent in the united states in twenty twenty according to a report released wednesday by the national center for health statistics over ninety three thousand drug overdose deaths where reported nationally last year. A record up from the seventy two thousand one hundred fifty. One deaths estimated for twenty nineteen. The data showed now this gig. Newton dot com is the place to sell and trade professional online services. Gigs for digital services at huge discounts. Go get newton dot com and create your free account today. California governor gavin newsom can't put his democratic party affiliation on the ballot voter see when they decide whether to remove him. A judge ruled monday. News campaign missed a deadline to submit his affiliation. To the california secretary of state shirley weber for the september fourteenth recall election news campaign said it was inadvertent and asked weber who was appointed by newsom to allow the affiliation to appear a florida man. Who painted racial slurs vehicles owned by an asian family received sentences for his hate-crimes this week. Thirty four year old kyle. Christensen spray painted the family's car with the words die rat and other racial slurs and place nails on their driveway on july. Twenty ninth twenty. Twenty christianson was sentenced to one year in jail. Three years of house arrest and seven years probation for his hate. Crimes olympic organizers said on wednesday. The tokyo summer games will be the first that are gender equal and announce a new oath that will be taken by athletes coaches and judges. The international olympic committee said that nearly half of all athletes at the games will be female and that all participating nations are given the opportunity to be represented by a minimum of one female and one male athlete texas hospital that averages about sixteen deliveries a day said it experienced a pair of manager. Baby booms with one hundred seven babies born in a total of ninety one hours andrews women's hospital at baylor scott and white all saints medical center and forth worth said the first boom started june twenty-fourth when fifty two babies were born in a forty seven hour time period. The next boom which started just a few days later on june twenty eighth had fifty five babies born in just forty four hours and that's news headlines and four minutes. I'm alan edwards..
Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"E mail loads of people do these days of course if you're used g mail a lot of vaccine passports are getting for some reason. They're getting hiked up by g mail into the promotions folder. So if you use g mail and you have all of your inbox separated out into promotions. And whatever blah blah if you haven't got checked promotions because it might well have dropped in there for some reason. G mail seems to be hoovering. The vaccine passes into the promotions folder. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine six kathleen wanted to talk to me about pat salvi. Pat was on the program with me last week talking about the forever young club. You remember kathy. Don't she's gone there that she got cold feet. She can she. She's got checker there ferguson. Can we get her back. That's go through some. Yes yes now was ireland right after all and we're doing about this for the last couple of weeks that we've held back and remember all the only there's no everyone knows run. The head was laughing at us. Remember last yeah dortch. No has the highest numbers in europe holland has the highest numbers in europe very fast. They opened too fast too soon. Much the late teens to mid tortoise and result of clothing and events where large crowds were together at close quarters. Interestingly all of these events had a prerequisite that everyone had to have a test before attending forty eight hours from the event started it turned out the people become part of your apartment part of super spreader events even those tests. The conclusion they have now reached is that they should have had the tests. Closer to the event time i read enacted boat that caller. And you dead right. There were saying you can have tests within seventy two hour or forty eight hours but tree you could pick up. Covert in the forty six forty seven hour so you can have your test after partying hers before thing could pick up covert on the way through whatever so yeah they're gonna look it re re reviewing that now and to go to an event sticky gig or a nightclub trainees take an antigen tests that day or a few hours before but definitely They are in trouble in the netherlands. The numbers are through the roof altogether because of the variant and again it begs. The question begs the question.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Hard Factor
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Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"Any traction may have made forty seven hours. After helen disappeared. A deputy was walking to in our area to search when they were on an adjacent farm and climbing up the hill the hill the deputies were climbing included a pig lot and mud as they went up the hill. They saw a small bulge in the bud but the bulge appeared to have clean clothing. The deputies walked to the bulge and helen unconscious but alive. She had clean hands and feet and our clothes were barely wrinkled. The more amazing fact was her clothes. Were dry so i remember. It had been raining heavily hours. They pick the girl up and took her home and later to a hospital. She was three fourths of a mile from her farm. Forty-seven hours after she disappeared. The area she was found had been searched many times and she was not there on those times. April first article in the pittsburgh press stated. She couldn't tell the story of ventures. Sheriff ralph cook. Said the child's clothes face and hands were clean and that she hardly could have survived two nights in the open under unfavorable unfavourable weather conditions. The deputy who founder was interviewed by the telegraph herald on the thirty first of march and stated the following. Although the child was unharmed more said he did believe that she had been held captive by someone who decided to release her saturday because of fear of being detected her clothes were dry did not appear as though they had been wet. Despite the fact that heavy rain drenched the district the night she disappeared. so why was she unconscious. Like the know that's weird sleeping in the mud right. She's put in the mud in a like a pig. Area early are closer clean. Like something placed her their move and the fact that she was unconscious when found is like. How do you get that to happen right..
Tha Boxing Voice
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Guys i pay for it. You know what i mean. Yeah i pay for any of them. The thehill fight a welterweight. I mean if you find a decent policy to lopez. I pay pay per view for that. I wanna see what's going to happen. I mean that's right so they might as well to hoses doing that. He fought kelly full. Victor anti-mexican it makes it makes the green princess. I think so i will. I will definitely put jesse vargas. He fought canelo four pack. Y'all he full mikey. He fought bradley. Bradley probably out the game down. Give you know sauce. No more right. I was looking at his nine to any of them news. Man i think they are game if it was the fight. You you're going to have people saying. Oh man he ain't nobody while they've lied in fighting the real one forty seven but they still go by and went. He's gonna get better. Better numbers i think. Many got with right mario's numbers keep going up because well to wait is more sexy division. You get more eyeballs on. Let me get to some other callers. I gotta bliss looking like a brand new call six. Oh nine at south jersey. What was going on was jersey cash. Long kamla yeah. Cash jersey was good brother I i like the idea of the The key thermo Fight only because take is the skill set to exploit a lot of his vulnerability especially when his explosiveness eh. You know he'd sermon this week to the body At what forty seven. I don't keep german. You know out to kill. Take the fight. But when i think about one forty seven hours we'll think about mike garcia. You gotta fight coming up or not. I mean room regis rumors a him reaches but that ain't officials so that's an option at forty seven fourteen. I mean like you said. I think that sounds more sexier at one forty seven then one forty for take if he wants that if he wants to go to one forty seven but i was also thinking you can either bring back. Somebody like victor ortiz. Though he'd be he'd be a nice little touch for me. That's all stress to bring him back off these long lay-off no tune-ups no nothing. But i get you. He is been on the high level for floyd done movies. You know was linked to kanalelo. I mean you know. I could see it. I could see it from promoter possibly yeah. It's it's definitely some options at one. Forty seven any of the top dogs. Like crawford shaw porter a little bit too much right now. I think he's still at that point. He was still needed mature. What have i think he get keith. With the two injuries. Four to five four years i think he knocks keep out. Oh my god. I think he knocks keep out especially if you look at the pack yaw fight and they and what some of the stuff day pack. I was able to catch him with you. Know at this point talked about. Take davis exposed enough to catch him come in going backwards or to the body so i can see both ways. You know what i mean. But i don't think he keep it. Take that fight. He already talked about he never heard of. Ns so he'll probably say you know not crazy tink with floor. He dundee pay views. I'm sure keith would look at you. Funny man i was talking to keep. He told me to come to the gym today. And then he realized he had to go out of town for that url press conference. But i promise on anything i love. I was gonna ask them not shit. I had this tweet since last night. So i was. I was ready to exercise was he. Would he take that fight. That that actually sounds like the perfect one. But if you go over to the u k josh teller man. That's the only doctors say that that that sounds sexy enough over there in the uk. Create a really old. You overlook in kind of ben he kind of bending kind of bigger than just teller kind of been in meccano way bigger than josh tele. Ballistic new jersey. I got you down. Let me get some other callers. Got talk to me right college station. Rafael was goody is on you. Rafael are yeah. What's oh hey. I'm a muted now. Okay good I like some of these fighters who are inactive coming out. If i take it one forty seven. I think it's a good good good look for tank. I don't in terms of pay per view. I don't even know if that has to be on pay per view it can sell an on a free fight. Espn fighting. what have you but I don't i don't think tank beat you. Need the top walser rates. I think a lot of people are are selling. Keith thurman short i i think that was the best keep them and we saw when he fought pack he had Hired two guys. He took a serious that. Keep them and beat shawn porter and keep them and beat danny garcia And i thought we saw the best keith. Thurman their night is just pack has on a different level. So i don't think tank knocked out. Keep them and i think keith thurman beats tank by decision and any of the top welterweight. I don't think tank. It'd be them but i'm not hating on tank. I think tank proved his manso when he'd be. Mario barrios so i'm looking forward him to prove me wrong. Because i think he's a great fighter degree sham. And i think only he can write his own store and i'm looking forward to it. I know it's to be a great story. Well all right brother. Thank you for calling an aunt rafael. And i got jake. Who says what did you see. Gee could but did you say tang versus mikey tank versus bruna tank versus danny. I'll buy them all. Yo you right. I forgot about bernard but the thing is with like they faked boys. They might not want to fight because they boys berne was just at tanked fight in atlanta. Supporting them he walked them out it. Just don't even look right. I know we don't care about that but for them. It don't look right i think But i could be wrong. I could be.
Weird AF News
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Weird AF News
"On june twenty fourth <Silence> <Speech_Male> a delivered <Speech_Male> fifty two babies <Speech_Male> and forty seven hours. <Speech_Male> June twenty eighth <Speech_Male> the delivery <Speech_Male> team deliver fifty <Speech_Male> five babies and forty <Silence> four hours. <Speech_Male> This beat <Speech_Male> the hospitals twenty <Speech_Male> eighteen record when the staff <Speech_Male> delivered forty eight forty seven hours. <Speech_Male> June twenty eighth <Speech_Male> the delivery <Speech_Male> team deliver fifty <Speech_Male> five babies and forty <Silence> four hours. <Speech_Male> This beat <Speech_Male> the hospitals twenty <Speech_Male> eighteen record when the staff <Speech_Male> delivered forty eight babies <Speech_Male> and forty one hours. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Atlas and <Speech_Male> daniel were popular names <Silence> for the boys of the group. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Six of the baby. <Speech_Male> Girls were named gina <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> the hospital averages <Speech_Male> about sixteen deliveries <Speech_Male> per day and welcome <Speech_Male> nearly six thousand <Speech_Male> babies in two thousand twenty including <Speech_Male> one hundred sets of twins <Speech_Male> in two <Speech_Male> sets of triplets. 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Faffing with Friends
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Faffing with Friends
"We'll take everyone with been with us with us so we're not going to abandon anyway exactly exactly but that's that's the beauty of if i do appreciate you guys bringing me on you. An amazing yawned again on. I'm very. I'm very impressed. I can take into up with a lover. I feel like i didn't talk enough regarding some points to be honest because even some of the questions i know we dipped into it. But we didn't fully answer some of the questions like with me when you're interacting with your community or even discussing Shatri saturation thatcher. She's not only. Do you have to be willing to accept like what you enjoy and if you ever reach a point where you know enjoying it takes back and just think about okay. What would you rub it even even like reinvent the content try some dif- which literally what i'm about what i'm currently one hundred doing. Because obviously you guys said you're. You're leaving behind until it gets better just died. Reinstalled light six bumps time when i get nostalgic and thing i'll give it another shot. Reinstalled play game completely honest. Don't again. I'll give a six month five. If you you feel like trying to get let me know. I haven't played shifted way to law was meant to ask you mentioned haloed before the plane. Mcc rav caught the fcc all the time anytime board. It's like what do i love play. What doesn't make me angry. What have recently. Recent haven't played aussie wakes About a month ago. I got a month go. I go into Reinstore didn't stop playing you. I did the t. campaign legendary. Did hitler free over hater free legendary. Hey one legendary on anita due to that is horrendous. Uncle said the cy. I actually because i played them somalia on console as they started coming out for mcc. I decided to torture myself to the worst degree. I've ever tortured myself in my life. Now i'm someone who's a platinum to every dark souls gave. That's the kind of person. I am right so i was like you know what i've never done. Last games old skulls on legendary. I manage to lasso reach and see and then i just stopped. That shit is. I've never doing that to myself ever again. I've done on member on the original. Hillary have like weekly stuff way. It you do less for emission. I've done diana lasso campaign and there's a playlist for that and you get achievement for it. But i got the little name card. Now so anytime someone matches would mean the what executives die on takes it takes commitment and she oughta patience to palace mission. You want to know how to say it takes to do mission. How much did it take for. See a case a c. Which is arguably the longest missions in the series. Took me forty seven hours to last long. So how'd you grow just a contact Means every skull almost every scotland which one school for example doubles the health. Another means they drop off ammo effect. One even upgrade owner of their classes to the next tier up. Yup there's the favorite kanzi hod constantly as iron which means when you die restart the mission especially if you're doing silence. Jeez law that's crazy. Yeah no i pretty much to learn by heart. Every every level adriana get into getting again until i knew it by heart and i said i wouldn't do it to myself. You know what i've also done. And i just realized i beat turtle ultra nightmares. She which is the same thing you die restart the whole game see. That's that's when gaming. Just turn insane from the. It's revile i have. A golden offhand. Can touch but why wouldn't let yourself torture but at some point is just is just clicking and tapping of keys right at that point. You just just trying to get along the way i did it..
CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW
"forty seven hours" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW
"So would that seventeen dollar bag of coffee. You're paying one dollar per cup of coffee. You can't even go to the bodega in new york city in most bodega dollar a cup of coffee and they're serving the cheapest stuff they can buy in most places and that you know. It's funny when you break it down like that and that sometimes that's what it takes for people say in the other thing that i find fascinating is when i have been able to expose people to a small batch rosters independent roasters. They come away with a gleam in their eye. Because i don't think and we've gotten this feedback from a lot of our listeners. I don't think they know what they're missing until they sample what they're i don't know another way to explain it the only way that's true and what about our listeners. Tell tell them something about you. Maybe that the most people don't know about you and or story. If you could our motto is everybody has a story to tell and i'm wondering if you could share one of those stone. I was three years ago now. I found myself in Vietnam with my my now fiance then girlfriend of about a year and a half two years and she somehow convinced me to take a thirty day motorbike tour from from home. Saigon ho chairman city up to hanoi in north vietnam so we wrote from south vietnam all the way up to north vietnam on motorbikes with our sixty five liter backpacks. I'd never written a motorbike before. I'd never been to asia before the only place that ever been outside of the states was one trip to italy with my grandfather to to see where he came from. Felt like marco polo a little bit. You know. I felt like this italian boy going into the vietnam. I had no idea what. I was getting myself into man. If my mom could have seen me doing that she would have lost their mind. Every day we wrote about f- four two four seven hours on the bikes. There's a long time on the bike and we found ourselves trapped in this in not trapped in a bad way. We're being held hostage but we were held hostage by these torrential downpour. Don we're in pretty sure we in dry season in vietnam but we've been stuck at this hostel for two straight days and it was raining you know. We're on a limited schedule here. We have to drive forty seven hours. Oh yeah so. We get out on our bikes and it's just downpour out just trucks a couple of people here in their. Everybody wears ponchos. And we're like you know what let's just go for thunderstorms happening lightning everywhere. We're getting absolutely dumped on. Were completely drenched..
Horror Fictional and True Stories
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"Day five. Two-down brenda and jeremy something more than an accidental. Lightning strike was happening but the three of us can put effing on. James was crossed of a man lying helplessly in ospital bed and his parents post debt. Brenda jeremy victims of what appeared to be spontaneous combustion spontaneous combustion. This can't be real. What the hell is going on. I asked jenny in the waiting room. Outside of the burn unit. I just don't understand how someone can just catch on fire without anything to ignite it. Sarah light sounding a shaken as she looked as we thought that brooding over out carton nightmare we could see through the doorway that several nasa catholic next to the door to change his room. I was curious as to what was going on. So i got up at walter them as i approached. I could barely hear a young nest. Say forty seven hours. Then he said two thousand eight hundred twenty minutes. He'll be here soon but but but he's mouth by my entire body froze and a sense of panic struck me like baseball. Bats face counting down the end toward me and one who's speaking asked what the who's counting down james. I don't know what it means. But on friday he said some hours minutes just like you just said no one believe me then but i know what i had a now. You've had it to what i had. His mouth didn't move and he's in a coma. There's no way he spoke. I know that's what i was thinking when i had the first time now. Both his parents are dead. They burned alive. Something is going on and he is trying to warn us build east of the nurses studying at my site now with a hand on my shoulder in the most sincere sad tone. I'd ever heard she said honey. You need to get some sleep. You've been here for days sleeping in that chair. You must be exhausted.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Nopeville
"Receive the best medical treatment and therapy but on average the patients only got about three minutes of therapy per year at its peak residency pen house. Thirty five hundred people at one time punishments for misbehaving or acting out range from being strapped to beds put in straitjackets objective psychotropic drugs or having food withheld if you were to. Unruly patients were given shock. Therapy sterilization or were lobotomize in nineteen. Seventy four a class action lawsuit was filed involving a patient named terry hall. Germen along with other patients who suffered abuse at the hands of pinhurst terry was years old when she was admitted. To penn hearst. She was there for eleven years and in that time she suffered multiple injuries from broken fingers fractured toes. Numerous lacerations cuts scratches bites and even suffered a fractured jaw. God and she also lost teeth. It was even said that she lost basic functions like speech prior to being admitted she would say words like data mama and nanna but later she was no longer able to speak at all. Oh the environment was so loud with hundreds of patients. Screeching screaming and banging. That was hard for anyone to hear themselves. Think and like terry many just lost the will to speak at all a punishment for a patient who bit others would be to fully take out their teeth. Anesthetic wasn't used. Just pull your teeth out clearer. Patients with not at all and other punishment was isolation once an eighteen year old spent six days in for assaulting another patient. One female resident was physically restrained because she had a tendency to be violent and self destructed to the point that she even blinded herself but do the staff shortages. She wasn't able to properly cared for and it was just easier to tire up or so. In june of nineteen seventy six. It was found that she had been restrained for six hundred fifty one hours in august. Seven hundred and twenty hours in september. Six hundred seventy four hours and october six hundred and forty seven hours. Keep in mind. There's roughly seven hundred twenty seven hundred forty four hours in a month so over the course of these months. She was restrained between six hundred and forty seven to seven hundred twenty hours right so she get maybe ten hours max on certain months..
Jared and Katie
Long work week may up diabetes risk for women
"One five keys l. why new study and you might like this if you're a woman and new study finds, that women should. Work thirteen hours fewer. Than men each week I'll take it you're okay with that and I'll start now Okay no but seriously why well they say you should work amac's amac's four hours okay and they're just saying, that women just. Can't do what men. Can do is basically It does not say that it saying because it sounds sexy that I But it says because women do more outside of work than men that. They just don't have enough energy to do all the hours men seriously, they're taking, on more responsibility at home and with the kids on average of course there. Are exceptions to that rule because this is. Where we're at right now I think that women are still in that is there still the idea out there. That women are the primary caretaker of the children and that men work but the reality is that women are also, fifty fifty for the most part contributing. To. The income of the family which means they are working fulltime jobs right and then you come home and you have. Your doing picking kids, up from school or from, daycare wherever they are you're doing the laundry you're doing making the dinners you. Packing the, lunch is you're taking them to and from. Their sporting events I mean I'm not saying that dads don't do that a. Lot. Of that responsibility falls on the mom and keeping it all together, right, and, we're working full-time very rare that you hear the dads say oh no We have this going on in this going. On. In this going on like in the calendar the mom typically keeps, it, all Yeah I mean, I think women on, average are more organized than men Any any any study will show of course exceptions, any study will show, you know that, men, aren't into the little. Details the big picture stuff and they're like oh I forgot to do I mean Kelly every week, I prefer get to. Do. Fifteen thinks, he's asked me to do right and she remembers everything Women are naturally like that again, exception, to every rule it. Falls on, the women because women just do it a second nature and the guys are like works, for me sometimes yes Do. It yourself versus reminds remonstrating so while, I don't think women should not, work as much as men I I understand where they're coming from yeah in the study is out of Australia they, just said to avoid. Workplace burnout a max of thirty four hours but men can work up. To forty seven hours because I guess men are. Doing They get me though You do stuff I think you probably. Do, more than, average yeah but I I know guys home and the first. Thing they come home they crack a beer which is what I would like to be, able to sell beer sit down on the, couch and they're like where's? My dinner and who where do you think? That's, coming. From here exactly. Right so, we'll see I mean I wouldn't advise any woman to. Go, to their boss I. I heard a study That ain't gonna happen I mean. If, you wanna leave early We all worked too much we do we all, were, I don't think at the end. Of, our life like man. I wish, to work more hours yeah Got to got to move our job it's a, little, different because it's a lot more. Fun But people don't, think that we work a fulltime job. Yeah I think it's six to ten a little bit and he's not going to. Appreciate this I think my husband falls into that category Your home by twelve right Three o'clock My wife Hannah did that to me. This week I texted her like one o'clock and, I said I'm must. Be nice I worked eight hours People that is a that happens a lot late they say must be. Nice we joke about that must be nice by twelve day were you? Awake, at three. O'clock and you've already worked a full matter fulltime. Job what are you going to do all your. Other friends or at work yeah so far exactly, what just walk around. The mall by herself Go to the mall to walk right now which is why it. Is my pet peeve and we do have a sales rep in here? Right, now staring..