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"forty seven hours" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Dot com takes a map this and Alexis is not here today filling in ladies and gentlemen we're going to try to keep her from not crying in the set don McLean that's right and over there filling in for dawn he's been up for about forty seven hours hello ladies and gentleman brother rob boarded Jason good morning good morning are to a good morning all of you on this Friday November fifteenth twenty nineteen six all three of the time welcome to the show welcome to the day welcome to the weekend welcome to national America recycles day welcome to national bonds today welcome to national clean out your refrigerator day welcome to national plan for me day welcome to national raisin bran cereal day welcome to national spicy homemade cookie day and welcome I have no idea hi and welcome to your very first step of delicious coffee this is excuse me a damn fine Cup of coffee the coffee coffee coffee did your call pricing beverage others are opening I am drinking a sparkling ice being grapefruit during that I leave from emcees fridge this morning double bad because it's his from the malls you know the baby's fourteen so I think he'll be fine there about twenty of them in there and I'm open to anything in the fridge so I don't actually steal it but it is good a plus B. policy fine brother rob how's your water actually get the good golden brooch today herbal brew the touring ginger tea is working just fine okay join I thank you for asking I'm enjoying a giant enormous cop of iced coffee cheers.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Concerned government agents who conspired to bring president trump down may soon answer for the leveraged a foreign counterintelligence and finance and not been washed them run wild I'm Hugh your great to be with you catch my programming each weekday morning live six AM to nine AM eastern time and on your digital device anytime anywhere learn more at Hughes dot com and follow me on Twitter Hugh Hewitt the murderous shooting rampages in el Paso in Dayton Ohio that killed at least thirty what an injured many more have left a stunned and frightened the fact that these attacks like the attack just a week before in Gilroy California killed and maimed children mothers fathers old and young indiscriminately has heighten our sense that this is cruel this is so meaningless it's also scary of course the politicians and media did not even pause before they were ready to assign blame most of it was pointed president trump my colleague mark Davis had words of comfort and wisdom for many of our country from his programmer each weekday morning on six sixty a and the answer in Dallas if there's ever an idea that comes to you because of the horrible news event if there's an idea a policy and it seems to be born of the white hot caldron of emotion I think five times before doing it because it may not be a good idea it may just be you so desperately wanting to do something all right and we got to do it now when you should know that the real solution to all the shootings is to rediscover god in our nation to rediscover personal responsibility to care for each other better to pay more attention to mental health that's what solves the problem and that's not done by law there's no glad handing press conference featuring politicians us us and it's gone it's us relying on him and following his guidance let's just bring the world rather than sit there for you're not for forty seven hours and get really and what is the right thing to do guess what kind of book it'll tell you right now took us a long time to slide into this pit of hell our that our culture seems to be sliding toward it'll take a little time to get us out but I I I will never believe that the horse is out of the bar and I will never believe that the toothpaste is out of the two I completely believe I believe that people can be redeemed I'm living proof of that I I I know others who are as well and I believe that a nation and a society can be redeemed so in the meantime it's like well we've got you know blood stained Walmart Kay and in crime scene tape across an entire street to him and and neighborhood in Dayton and and we want to do something ideally by this weekend what can we do so along comes this idea of gun violence restraining orders it would bring about some good results the idea if you haven't heard is that freedom close friends family members people with standing would bring up media hi evidence bar and say listen I'm uncle Fred has said things or done things that are sufficiently alarming that the judge might say he's a harm to himself intentional harm to himself or others and so we suspend uncle Fred's gun rights for thirty sixty ninety days what what could go wrong cancer is everything human system and I know that there there's no way to avoid we can't have you no robots and computers doing law god help us everything's human system so and things that we have to do temporary restraining orders you know for for a woman threatened by some crazy ex husband I mean there are things we have to do it it's a human system and so you just gotta take those human family we don't have to do this because if you know everybody says Hey if one life is saved I'm gonna come at it from another way if one person is improperly denied a basic fundamental constitutional right it's a deal breaker the justice I don't think it would be one person I think it would be a lot and I will never be willing to subject your constitutional right to the behavioral vicissitudes of some judge or some dark family member I've said for five times that the system should be resistant to vendettas grudges somebody just look at you cross wise let's say we plug in all these gun violence restraining order we feel great we did something yeah us better cells on the back and then we have some other terrible shooting in some American city thirty four people dead all bar the doorman bar the door because suddenly uncle Norman who did it was just kinda edgy last week he's a potential killer this week and judge Joe blow he wants to Britain's strikes below first he's going to go get uncle Norman's guns god bless the police they can't be everywhere we are everywhere by definition because we are everyone and the more of us who are armed Vishay for we all are from the monsters among us here's the greatest usefulness of keeping ourselves safe number one US the law abiding American using our our own mitigated second amendment rights nothing works better than the armed citizen us police in particular government in general that's the hierarchy of protection which you don't go look in the government first don't go looking for the police first look to yourself first is your job to protect yourself your home and your family the first responders appearance before a first responder has to come to a place where your son is shot up a street **** a Walmart how about if you be a first responder when your kid starts throwing off disturbing behavior how bout you be a first responder as a dad or a mom to rein in your kids screen time about you be a first responder if you're a little angel is an obvious bully in you're not doing anything about it you'll be the first responder so that other first responders you know wearing police uniforms don't have to respond to something dot awfully your kid did because you didn't respond enough catch the ball comments.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on KTRH
"Chicago police department is answering questions from the media. We're going to go live to that. This is on the on the jussie smollet case in Chicago. He has been taken into custody, by the way. Tonight. You know, the police superintendent, she's Cook County state's attorney. So we talk almost every day about different cases. So the fact that she recused herself in impact the case at all. Way. Last week. We have a great relationship with federal partners. And we certainly need relationship attorney's office. So again, you I'll have to remember. Rone's rumors and innuendo that was put out there in the beginning was just that this investigation didn't turn in direction of this being a defendant until the forty seven hours that we had those two individuals in custody. So we've had we may not be today. Attorney to drag anything we need to put the case together. These things take time TV. This is real life. So it takes time. Was that intentional at all? Who's to say, the least came from us just because they're. Doesn't necessarily mean came from CPT particular things that route. True. So it doesn't mean came from the police department. Messages or other exchanges between the brothers and Jesse. We have phone records. That's clearly indicate that they talk to each other a bit before the incident after the incident. Yes. Yes. Tried to make me. Right after like, Lois afterwards. Just say, so we know that they talked at least an hour or so before the attack and hour so after the attack and then while they were out of the country. To recruit other people. Or or the brothers this first choice first choice, but ultimately did. But we don't have to suggest that. Might be. What did you mean by that? Browns might be victims somehow. Right. I think that I think the fact that this was Steve. Hired these guys his age or his benefits spin this into a criminal investigation. Put down. Really tough spies. Well. Point where where now. Kid for a hate crime. Because just incredible work by the entire team. The truth from them. Now. Smollet hire those. How close they were molested. So one of the bronze worked on empire. So they have relationship in association. So he probably knew that he needs somebody was involved. He knew that they have relationships only recently. Chose. Yes. As. Parts of and be quite honest. Is shame because it painted.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Back To Work
"No. Like, how am I not getting on a day when I took a nine thousand steps how come it's not registering as somewhere around eighteen thousand steps it seems like it would right or was sleep. I've got all these different sleeping is is that all have rights too. You know, read and write data it, but it's not saying I slept forty seven hours last night. Right. Or for that matter sixteen thirty two whatever right following me so far. So I've always wondered how how do do, you know, how it no, no, Mike? Guess was. Here's my guess because I never knew there's even any way to address or discover what this was and now now I on the one who's like, I can't believe I never knew this. I always assumed. That it would favor the native apple product. And that it might integrate some data from another app in some kind of smart way. But I assumed it was doing some kind of average some kind of leveling because would be really obvious. We're we're getting all the various ways that you could say step data your step number should be incredibly off. Am I never were? So how did this happen? This happened yesterday. When I'd had a really good night's sleep on Sunday night Monday. I was looking at the health app, and I've clicked on the show all data. I've clicked on if you're so if you're in a kind of trackable thing, you usually have little not buttons. But whatever you call those areas, you can go to one of which is you can look at the data, and it'll show you, and I've always gone in there and looked and seeing like the different ways that data gets gathered like your phone does little dribs and drabs of data throughout the day. Your watch dribs and drabs of data Fitbit tends to do it in big blocks at cetera depending on what the app is. But you go in and see that there are perhaps for me. I have at least three. Apps that the truck sleep actively, and I can go and see the different ways that each one of those at the very basic level every sleep app has that I know of has at least two basic things it quantifies how much time you quote, unquote, spend in bed, Anna quantifies how much time you slept. Right. Pretty pretty basic. Yeah. But then each app has its own way of saying like how awake how asleep, and you go, and you look at them like that's so strange this number adds up to a lot more than the number that I slept and then I clicked on the data sources. Right. So you can go and see which apps have the right to read and write sleep data. And you know, what I noticed what's up an edit button. I'd never noticed before. And you know, what happens when you hit an edit? But well edit button turns it into a different view where you can do stuff like delete rows and stuff like that. Guess what? When I hit the edit button. I got a little drag thumb next to every service this pulling down data into apple health, really. And I went down, and I went to the bottom, and I read the goddamn text, you can change the order of which app or service wins on apple health. And then after you change it takes a second all of your readings on your graphs change based on the one you've chosen. So if you know that your fit bit is much more accurate at steps, you can go in and say, that's the one that wins. You can go in and put them in order. There's a 'cascade, and it will pull down the data based on the order that you put it in. So if one's lacking data gets it from somewhere else, this is how you avoid having like too many meditation minutes, if you've got different services. All right. All right. Did you ever know that did you change the order in apple health per identity? No idea. So you know, every day somebody's more and has never seen the fun stone since right?.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"At me so I'm going gonna turn she's happy When twelve o'clock rolls around here at the radio station and somebody's like. Let's have a meeting at. Twelve o'clock I can't see straight True The meeting. Anyway Hallucinating And I understand. It, like you, know my wife while she's in school, now but she'll get home studying at six, o'clock seven o'clock. This she wants me to stay up 'til and I do have lighter than most, people but she would be upset if I went to bed at like eight because she's still doing stuff Am. I go to bed every night so we you know so I. Feel I don't feel pressured per se but, I know, happens sometimes in this job where you wanna stay up with them because, bed at the same time and, so your day turned into like sixteen we're. Not complaining the job, is really, cool let's great any job there's. More to it than what meets. The, I hear, I hear that from fellow news anchors, to you know they wake up at two, o'clock in the. Morning and some will say I go to bed at six seven to to maintain, some sort of sanity because when you're tired you're operating it's like being drunk at work it's true Leery is and, you words, are coming out kind of like. Right now Coming out you don't know what you're saying right now Studies that, show that when people are overly tired in their. Driving. They're just as bad, as a drunk driver dislike uh-huh just totally deliri- anyway this new study does say women should work. A max of thirty four hours a week Because of all the stuff they do at. Home. In men can do. Forty seven hours a week implying that we do nothing we go exactly thank you sir Now.
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..
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"And then what is that sunk then anand where flintstones oh it goes to the flintstones beat wow this genius he's a genius mad cobra and i want them both to come to show i of got to give you front row seats i'll give shout out whatever you want wow wow anyway whatever what happened this week though right those kids were in the fucking cave in taiwan right thailand idiot and and they were in thailand and the coach brought him in their bad co hayworth's coach ever that i mean honestly like now it'd be like any any coaching decision that happens anything you fucked up you put in the wrong guy in the nba well at least i wasn't that guy in fucking thailand wasn't that coach let all the fucking kids to to into a cave what the fuck did you see the cave first of all those people are grown adults with all the gear doing anything like that or insane you have to have a passion i was watching these archaeologist dig through this fucking cave and like go down these guys were talking about like they were looking for like old fossils for our i like hominids and they said shit like will be descending down in between two rocks and by the way it's like this big and they're like sliding down and you'll get to the point where finally there's nothing below you so what you do is you slowly keep climbing lower and lower until you feel your feet touch something and then you stand on that what dude and then they find like fourth of a jar and it's basically like just jisr city for them they're just like we found mandible we found a mandible and by the way say if you say mandible your fucking cock soccer you gotta you gotta hear these guys talk about they're like we found a man from a hamad yada yada just stay fucking and we and it was a hamad we didn't know existed and it was unbelievable and thank god to these guys and the guy's always got some kind of fucking hat than sean connery where in a movie in fucking nineteen ninetythree and and he's just and they just is just jisr city if they find a fourth of a jaw it's unbelievable dude and but the passion they have that's what i love about it is they have such passionate and i you know the more we find out about our history the more the more knowledgeable we are about things and maybe it helps us in the future who knows what the fuck but it's good to know about all that shit i get it but these are risking their lives i mean these fucking things could leave one hundred and forty seven hours what are the hell that movie was these things shift and guys get caught and they died they died they don't even know when they find these manuals if the there from like early early early on in prehistoric times or they're from fucking like last wednesday when a guy slipped and fell and then they bring it and then they don't do anything they just find it and then they go and they tell them that the mandible is there and their team comes out and they find like but these guys are crazy and they're adults this is their job and coach took twelve year olds they're unin monsoon season that's crazy to me that's so wild why wonder why wonder what it was they were just like let's go on a trip hey go see the liberty bell go see whatever the fuck in thailand version of the liberty bell is you don't need to go underground god they all made it but the navy seal guy is a hero you died trying to save him fuck that's so sad because some coach made a bad coaching decision yep yep yep yep.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Leave me anything yeah why would feel yeah that's why it's important to take care of yourself to really true let's my study i got another one you hear hear us according to a new study two out of three employees think it's okay to date a what a co worker that was such a leading yeah oh yeah i just really wanted you to get it right twenty two percent of people i've actually met their significant other at work i believe that down on the five eyewitness news room there there have been many many many marriages the newsroom in the building okay we had a longtime director who is married to someone else who worked in the newsroom there are two reporters right now yeah who were happily married nice to each other relationship i listen if it weren't for a job like in my past i would probably never had a relationship with anybody because that's who you spend a lot of time with especially in depending on your type of business very social relationship experts say there are two big reasons that we are attracted to our co workers one i just said we spent a lot of time with them and we know almost everything about their personality but also because we're working at the same company we automatically have a lot in common oh pointed conversation right i think there are some companies that this allow that type of what's the word i'm looking for fraternizing yeah frowned upon yeah all right steve dish who's married to who down there oh you don't know boy i hope it's public knowledge katherine johnson one of our reporters is married to another reporter josh rosen oh happily married he just won the best best hair for minnesota best best newsman hair he's got like a big dimple in his chin doesn't strong very strong hey where did she win this i don't know someone sent it to me there's like an on online each year they do it the best hair in news and you want rapid rapid heart good hair downstairs is that right there's a look brett hoffman yeah look at that hair tell me that you don't turn green with envy oh that's a good i'm of i'm not coming up with any of these people you're talking your got great hair chris eggart has excellent here yeah yeah that's good that's good i can't find these guys oh i got something for you all right i'm listening studied finds women should work a maximum of thirty four hours a week and get paid more to make up for everything else that they do yep there's a new study in australia found that women should only work that thirty four hours a week to avoid workplace burnout but men can work up to forty seven hours and it's only because all of the other stuff that women have on their plate researchers found that women are more likely to feel exhausted by the work schedule because of all of the work that they do outside of the office that just doesn't come with a paycheck yep are you looking for an argument no no just to say saying that and it's and it's true the study goes on to say that you know even in two thousand eighteen the culture has changed gender roles have evolved but still very often women handle the majority meaning some fifty one percent or more of household things and raising the fam and all that stuff right thanks for bringing that with your role you sick the steve martin martin short net flix yeah okay we'll talk about that coming up on mytalk everything entertainment mytalk one zero seven one everything.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"It's going to be hard for you to extract yourself that's fascinating people can sue what are some things that companies can do to get people to take more control over what company does well like what company has great balance i know one friend dave goldberg recipes was running survey monkey he died tragically forty eight i'm forty seven hours three years ago and we miss him and he told me something really profound he's like i am having the easiest time hiring ever in silicon valley or the office is trump toronto or something or employs atta no no in palo alto how do you do that i hire people and tell them that their families the most important thing and that if they need to pick their kids up i trust them that they'll get the work done and so now i am having the word is spreading that at survey monkey there such a profitable in great company that we can over staff a bit and if you need to see your kids it's okay whereas the explicit instruction another company told people is the weekends are when you see your kids and he took the opposite approach and just bring your by the office go see them pick them up from school come back on or if it's okay i'm sure you'll get your work and that leads that's exactly right at one of the most important things of a healthy elements of a healthy workplace is control job control and the sense that you yes jason you gotta do some work and you've got to do some productive work but when you do it and even more importantly how you do it is up to you i'm not going to micromanage you most adults and most intelligent adults will find micromanaging to be quite stressful yeah i use the threat of micromanaging as the.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on WDRC
"Hey thanks for taking my call so quick background i'm any pedestal field position for the last four years so i know the industry got hooked up with the guy who had other service face industry roofing has been fifteen million sales and he's talking about starting company my question is this i have a three month old and a almost two year old and the only pushback that i had this guy's a man full of integrity and obviously has some business acumen pushback i have in my life basically to put my nose to the grindstone working week to build something to my kids a little over gas kind of where i'm at just trying to figure out what's wise timothy i was just say no i just somebody who's had a two year old and a three year old before is not that season i love the fact that you are aware enough to know this would be eighty hour weeks but most of the time when it comes to starting a new business or starting a new venture it's even worse than you think i'm glad you're not thinking it's forty five and forty seven hours it will be very very significant i don't think the timing is right i don't think you'll be as good at work as you need to be and i don't think you'll be a good home as you think you should be and therefore you're going to be delivering a six at work and a six at home and you're gonna be miserable and i wouldn't want to put that pressure on the family would find a different way for sure yeah speed of pushback timothy i mean where are.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM
"Hey thanks for taking my call so quick background i'm in a pest control field position for the last four years so i know the industry got hooked up with a guy who is a service face industry had been lack theory that fifty eight million sales and he's talking about starting company my question is this i have a three month old and a almost two year old and the only pushback that i had this is a man full of integrity and obviously has some business acumen the only pushback i have is at the right time for me in my life basically to my notice the grindstone working week to build something or way to my kids a little over that's kind of where i'm at just trying to figure out what's wise timothy i would just say no i just somebody who's had a two year old and a three year old before is not that season i love the fact that you are aware enough to know this would be eighty hour weeks but most of the time when it comes to starting a new business or starting a new venture it's even worse than you think i'm glad you're not thinking it's forty five and forty seven hours it will be very very significant i don't think the timing is right i don't think you'll be as good at work as you need to be and i don't think you'll be good at home as you think you should be and therefore you're going to be delivering a six at work six at home and you're gonna be miserable i wouldn't want to put that pressure on the family would find a different way for sure yes speed of pushback though timothy i mean where are.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Good pay can chris thanks for taking my call so quick background i'm in a pest control fails position for the last four years so i know the industry i got hooked up with a guy who is in another service industry everything has been lack theory that fifteen million sales and he's talking about starting company my question is this i have a three month old and a almost two year old and the only pushback that i had this guy is a man of integrity and obviously has some business acumen the only push back i have is that the right time for me in my life basically to put my notice the grindstone working years week to build something or to my kids a little over gas kind of where i'm at just trying to figure out what's what timothy i would just say no i just somebody who's had a two year old threeyearold before it's not that season i love the fact that you are aware enough to know this would be eighty hour weeks but most of the time when it comes to starting a new business or starting a new venture it's even worse than you think i'm glad you're not thinking it's forty five and forty seven hours it will be very very significant i don't think the timing is right i don't think you'll be as good at work as you need to be and i don't think you'll be as good at home as you think you should be and therefore you're going to be delivering a six at work and a six at home and you're going to be miserable i wouldn't want to put that pressure on the family would find a different way for sure yeah speaking of pushback timothy i mean where are.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Good hey thanks for taking my call so quick background i'm a pest control field position for the last four years so i know the industry i got hooked up with a guy who had other service space industry has been lactated fifteen million sales and he's talking about certain company my question is this i have a three month old and a almost two year old and the only pushback that i had this guy's a man full of integrity and obviously has some business acumen pushback i have in my life basically my nose the grindstone work eighty hours a week to build something or to my kids a little bit over that's kind of where i'm at just trying to figure out what's wife timothy just said no just somebody who's had a two year old and a three year old before it's not that season i love the fact that you are aware enough to know this would be eighty hour weeks but most of the time when it comes to starting a new business or starting a new venture it's even worse than you think i'm glad you're not thinking it's forty five and forty seven hours it will be very very significant i don't think the timing is right i don't think you'll be as good at work as you need to be and i don't think it'd be good home as you think you should be and therefore you're going to be delivering a six at work and a six at home and you're going to be miserable i wouldn't want to put that pressure on the family would find a different way for sure yes speaking of pushback though timothy i mean where are.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on Unfilter
"Yeah so i mean that's nicer thing that used the word loyal that's oh yeah oh yeah i think that's coming up later in the show yeah i think loyalty is a big this all right we'll we'll talk about that later let's keep going here so you remember chase that donald trump was questioned and pushed kind of hard about his time spent in moscow during the miss universe well i will he said himself i mean came from his lips that he he didn't yeah i mean i know you had a pretty good recounting trump even sort of came back out later it's always i forgot no i left right away right so when he when in in the book james talks about his when he first told donald trump about this he didn't have an immediate reaction other than i didn't do it you have to believe me none none of this happened yeah and also my wife my wife and i it was days later that trump came back and then said oh by the way i now recall that actually i wasn't even there overnight we took off i just went to the till i changed clothes i showered though i took right back off you would think that would be something that you'd remember right away right totally online a few days later i slept in a hotel in russia or i got back on my plane went home yeah yeah well it turns out the flight records really tell us what happened and something like forty seven hours of donald trump's plane we're in moscow so the president allegedly told james comey multiple times that the quote golden shower thing could not possibly be true saying the proof was that he didn't even stay overnight in moscow according however to flight records of you know that also reminds me of the there was a passage that came out in fury and fire where it talked about donald trump watching tv and his rope and donald trump's retort to that was that couldn't possibly be true i don't even own a rope.
"forty seven hours" Discussed on WREK
"And adaptable in order to succeed is it surprising that these values are reshaping how many of us approach sex and love back when most people punch clocks at fixed hours a date might have asked shall i pick you up at six but part timers contractors and other contingent workers who constitute some forty percent of the american workforce are more inclined to tax one another you still up than to make plans in advance smartphones have altered expectations about when we are on and off and working from home or from cafes has blurred the lines between labor and leisure my dad by the way read this essay and he now text me you up because he totally misunderstood the point of that of that text he texted me that at nine thirty am yesterday i'm awake the average american may not be asking someone out on a date today because he works longer hours than he used to the twenty routine in two thousand fourteen work in education poll conducted by gallup found that the average fulltime american worker reported working forty seven hours per week moreover twenty one percent of the people surveyed reported working fifty to fifty nine hours per week another eighteen percent said they worked sixty hours or more per week so fifty percent more at worse then pick you up at six era and those are just hours on the clock they don't include the time spent outside normal hours answering emails are maintaining a winning social media presence activities that many jobs require follow me on twitter in other words a single people today tends to work longer hours than they would have in the norman rockwell soda fountain era that many people seem to have in mind when they get misty eyed about traditional dating no surprise that they have less time and energy left our to go out in most times in places matchmaking rituals have been designed to lead to marriage and reproduction in the case of dating the goals of your endeavor are less clear many single americans hope to find more than someone to binge watch breaking bad and have sex with fifty three percent of never married americans still say they want to get married someday but marriage rates have declined significantly since nineteen sixty the median age of first marriage has risen to.
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"Vehicle space to embark all that you are required for yorkey bench captain dennis jacco commanding officer of the us as sink rich also aboard the anchorage for the orion to underway recovery test or you are teen number four was a retired navy captain and former sub mariner steven bowen went from plumbing the depths of the ocean to flying high above are planted on three shuttle missions he lobbed over forty seven hours on spacewalks during seven different ev as captain bowen represented the interests of the astronauts who will one day fly on orion beyond lowearthorbit far beyond i love your mock 25 fat haiki said on the thought of astor on the way back so we've got to calculate on sign a twenty five thousand miles an hour will be coming the atmosphere a little bit faster than we do and the shuttle's down to three hundred miles an hour he added depend on that heatshield heat shields really important you know one of the great things about the shuttle's you'd be sitting there an entry and you could watch the plasma shooting of was as mission specialist he wants the plasma shooting over that upper window and then the front windows actually kinda glow orange as you come into the plasma and then it clears up you get to see a little closer to the earth but i think it's moving a lot faster than it was seemingly because you law closer to it and yeah this this will be a similar experience now looking out those windows windows are all looking after he won't be looking at a runway on an ask you the question that you guys get asked of all the time about going from shuttle to orion and the la you see this this caps i mean clearly it's a descendant of apollo plant although it's a much more advanced caps out mick just talk about that that controversial you know the big difference is the mission this capsule uh only it very very brief period of time is it leaving or entering the.
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"Of the us has sink ridge also aboard the anchorage for the orion to underway recovery test or you are t number four was a retired navy captain and former sub mariner steven bowen went from plumbing the depths of the ocean to flying high above our planted on three shuttle missions he lobbed over forty seven hours on spacewalks during seven different ev as captain bowen represented the interests of the astronauts who will one day fly on orion beyond lowearthorbit far beyond i love your mock 25 batch haiki said on if ota vassallo way back so we've got to calculate some time to twenty five thousand miles an hour will becoming the atmosphere a little bit faster than we do in the shuttle's down to three hundred miles an hour depend on that he chill either heat shields really important you know one of the great things about the shuttle's you'd be sitting there an entry and you could watch the plasma shooting of much as mission specialist he wants the plasma shooting over that upper window and then the front windows actually kinda glow orange as you coming through the plasma and then it clears up you get to see a little closer to the earth everything's moving a lot faster than it was seemingly because you look closer to it and yeah this this will be a similar experience i'll looking at those windows does what is looking out for won't be looking at a runway i'm gonna ask you the question that you guys get asked all the time of outgoing from shuttle to orion and the law you see this this cats i mean clearly it's a descendant of apollo plant although it's a much more advanced cap central nick just talk about that that controversial you know the big difference is the mission this capsule uh only a very very brief period of time is it leaving or entering the.
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"We are fewer than forty seven hours away from the divisional round of the nfl playoffs or even just seconds away from a guest appearance from pti favorite steve young in fact here he is now let's start with this we will have been totally dismissive of the jaguars but they beat the steelers handley earlier in the season you have backed the jags this season you liked them what do you like their chances in this upcoming gang well i like them joni because we talked about this vicious defense but it ends up that this defense in rushing defense is like almost last in the league and so's law is the steelers don't get hubris and say oh you you mobilised earlier in the year and we're gonna throw our way and bend ross's regard threw five interceptions i'm gonna throw five touchdowns today's long as they don't do that because that's the jaguars are ready for that one but as you can run the football and blake orders doesn't have some you know extraterrestrial event this changes the check everything i think the the steelers in pretty good shape but i think uh you know i i just the hubris of the pittsburgh steelers i think is the only thing that could get in the way of a victory seeming like close encounters of the blake bortles fine the extraterrestrial event la guardia comparative sell he compared himself the lebron james today's we have been even more dismissive steve of the titans chances against the patriots so tell us something anything that they can actually do to make this a real game or even upset the patriots in new england.