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The Michelle Carter Case
"In westport massachusetts with his mother and sisters that day. Conrad's mother lynne. Never suspected he was considering suicide. She knew he'd seemed presley but as they walked along the shore she and conrad joked about the bathing suits they saw. They discussed his scholarship to fitchburg state university. Conrad took his sister's out for ice cream. Lynn leader said. I thought he was doing great before. I continue with conrad psychology. Please note that. I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but i have done a lot of research for the show. According to the american foundation for suicide prevention one of the warning signs of suicide is a sudden improvement in mood. medical news. Today has reported that this mood shift may occur because the afflicted individual feels relieve that they've come to a decision conrad perhaps seemed calmer and more relaxed to his family because he felt glad in the moment that he was nearing the end the looming decision hadn't been made even as conrad spent the day with his family. He continued text. Michelle for most of that afternoon. Conrad shell that. He felt worried and stressed but he was still committed to going through with his plan around six o'clock pm. Conrad told his mother. He was going out to visit his arianna. She asked if he'd be home for dinner. He told her that he didn't think so. He also texted michelle to tell her that he was leaving. Conrad drove to a k. Mart parking lot and fairhaven massachusetts. He sat in his truck as it slowly filled with carbon monoxide. Just before six thirty he called michelle and they spoke for forty three minutes before disconnecting at seven twelve pm. Michelle called him back. She was on the phone with him for another forty seven minutes until conrad cell phone ran out of batteries. There are no recordings of these phone calls and it's not clear what they talked about but later michelle would confess to a friend that at one point conrad got scared and left the truck to get some fresh air. Michelle told him to get back inside. Conrad listened to her. He got back in the truck then remained there until he died when they hung up at around eight pm. Michelle immediately texted to friends and told them she was afraid. Conrad had killed himself. She neglected to mention that she'd been in on his plan or that she had encouraged him to do it afterward. Michelle tried calling conrad again. The call went straight to voicemail. She continued to call him more than twenty times and received no response. She texted him asking if he was okay after months of conrad suicidal talk. She seemed unconvinced that he might actually be dead eventually. Michelle tried texting. Conrad sister camden asking if she knew where. Conrad was camden. Assume that conrad was at their father's house and michelle apparently believed her. She immediately texted. Conrad i thought you actually did it. She also told him that since he hadn't gone through with suicide. Maybe it was time for him to finally get help. of course. conrad didn't respond the next morning july thirteenth. When conrad didn't return home his mother reported him missing to the police and his family went out looking for him that afternoon. Police discovered conrad's truck parked in the k. Mart with his body inside they also found his phone sitting next to him. Although conrad's death was not at that time considered suspicious. Police decided to confiscate his phone. They thought it might give them answers as to why conrad had taken his own life. In the meantime conrad's family grieved loss on july nineteenth. They held his funeral. Which michelle attended. Some of the family members recalled that she acted oddly. Asking conrad sisters for some of his belongings and even requesting to keep some of his ashes. Conrad's friend arianna said. She sat close to where the family area was. I always described her. Seen as the grieving widow. She was constantly sobbing. She made a scene that evening after the funeral. Michelle texted conrad's phone and made her feel better to text him even though
Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals
"Moments after exciting. One of the best, finals games in recent memory. Game Five Heat Eke Ekit out to live another day and joining Zach tonight now Chris. Bosh. It wasn't quite. Five to Allen for three. It was quite Bosch Talon. But this is up there with one of the biggest heat wins in history I mean. For sure. It's an incredible game. What did you think of it? Man You know I, it is starting to be one of those series that's just kind of grinding to a halt. You thought that was going to happen is not happening. Everything, every player that she thought was going give this particular stat line is not it's not really transpiring right now but I mean, you have to give all credit to the heat and I kept telling people this in all these interviews you know how can get? The Lakers. Over they've got the uniforms on and I just like, okay he don't WanNa be here but let me tell you something. These guys if there's anybody. Who would embrace a difficult situation? It is Erik Spoelstra and Butler seems to really. Thrive off of that and anticipate that. affected. So it's Kinda like a marker will really hard is. Like they say, Oh hey yeah, we're here now. We're supposed to be competing for championship. This is how it's supposed to be. You know is this all about survival now there they've lived to play another day and that's what you gotta do. I think it's time to just acknowledged. Once and for all that, the heat had become a great team you know there was always this question of. Did they benefit from the hiatus hiatus in everything the bubble shake the bucks more than other teams. Did they benefit from hayward getting injured a really good. You. Know this Lakers seem his lost one game in every playoff series. Until now, they have not lost to to a heat team that is missing its leading postseason score until this series Goran dragic that they could started to acknowledge Jimmy Butler. The top ten player. Yeah that'd be we're. GonNa. Have to rearrange the rankings because this dude just put up thirty five, twelve eleven in forty seven minutes forty seven minutes and five and a half whatever it is it's the game you play dull game. Survived forty thirteen seven on fifteen of twenty-one masterpiece from the Brian. James we can talk about the end of the game if you want. Everyone can focus on the end of the game, but the heat put themselves in position to win at the end of the game. Duncan. Robinson was unbelievable. They're shotmaking was outstanding and this team just keeps in with Bam out bio clearly, not one hundred percent missing layups, missing dunks, he can play better he. To acknowledge the heat now are are for real and just like you were saying, they're short handed to. So you know we need to keep that in mind You can only imagine how the series would be a little different Gora was out there and not that he's just going to be that dominating presence, but he gives them another layer. To their attack and you know they have that team cohesion down pack and I mean, I don't really know where the lapses with the Lakers are happening with dunkin' Robinson. He's making them pay every time. I. Mean He's moving himself up into Lee Company every game because you don't expect them the thing you know you don't think he's going to continue to go on the street. He's he's gone on and you'll eventually figure that a veteran is GonNa get into them and just chase him to the bathroom. But but it hasn't happened yet and I mean they're making them pay every single time and. Boy I. Tell You. We'll. We'll see what happens game six. Years especially with a hobbled a little bit man. That's one of the big cities we should probably get to. Well, let's let's talk about the end of the game real quick. Okay. So a Frank Vogel Lakers coach has come out after this game and said that there were bad calls at the end. Jimmy Butler getting to the line I'm going to have to go ahead and disagree he's probably GonNa give find. Lakers lead the Lakers up one. He, ball they run a beautiful fast play for Jimmy Butler gets A. He screwed good play Lebron not. because. Eighty one moving so whilst I foot Lebron on. Screen Lebron and she goes up but Jeff Van Gundy called on the broadcast he he floats see I mean. It in verticality your whole. Career. Frank Vogel helped invent it with Roy but. He floats. He fails right? That's a foul. Yes. Afoul he jumped into them. You know good call by the resident and you have to give you know usually referees are getting tough time I. Think they called a Great Game Day You can always look on both sides and say, well, if an if but if they're even in the game is tied and the players they're the ones who are dictating what happens out there. Hopefully, the game isn't called. You know at the end by you know free throws or anything like that but all. Evenly called Game I. Feel. Throws. Yeah, each team had their opportunities and. Jimmy Man Jimmy Butler man he's he's continuing to do it. Man I gotta I gotta you gotTa give him props he's going to make give him props I. Mean he put them on their own is back in those last minutes. Man I mean, the one leg get he's hidden one legged fadeaway. You know he's hitting the free throws down the stretch to dribble I mean he's He's shoot free throws when you're that exhausted and not just. Did you her second he was going to miss you like just. To, to, of course, you were not you think he's GonNa Miss One because as a player I know how I would feel I'm GonNa Miss One. On. THAT TIRED Like him going over when he was leaned over panting after getting fouled, you know they burned a time out after that but. Just him just still being able to muster up whatever could and having a concentration suppose still had Chris Bosh on his roster. He would have run that play where you went to the back side. And the coroner. You. Come on you. Play for last second shot several times. So okay. So it makes a two free throws come down. They call time out again, Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. Call on this game all over this. Danny Green is in the game with a know Dunkin Robinson's on Danny Green. They know that they're going to run the screen to try to force Dunkin Robinson they know there's going to be a double with Lebron that's exactly what happens Lebron Drives Zach he drives into a crowd. There's three is three and a half guys there. He makes the basketball play Chris Bosh, which he is made for fifteen years since he's been starting to the playoffs, throws it to the Open Guy Danny. Green is a thirty eight percent three point shooter from that spot according to second spectrum is wide open. So I'll I'll throw them another couple of percentage points. And he missed it. Well I know Danny wants that one back. you know he made the right play it was a crowd I. I think he had the mentality to say, you're not going to beat us. We're sending everything in the kitchen saying and we're just going to close the shooters. They got the play that they were looking for. It was a tremendous play Danny Green slipped out. You kinda tell that the heat we're anticipating that play. Brahms. So able to make a very decent pass out the Danny grains got he got his hands on he stepped right into it. Any other time nine times out of ten he'll make that shot. You know he missed it what the interesting thing was on the rebound market Moore's he had plenty of time and he kind of made a quick decision Brian, opened on the right wing, which is always easy to say a new usually. Yeah. You throw it to ad but he had another big on you know and that was just man I was a tough light. It was very tough sequence. Watching film you. In it again now. You. Know Marquee Foucault Danny Green like he just handed the ball to hand off again Danny was right there funny though when he's when you through the LOB. Through. It I looked under the Rim I saw a d. and I thought again the balls just hand in mid Air I thought okay. I hate that decision because ad Mike, I'm putting the referees in play a little bit their down one, and then of course, the pass was that not an accurate he choked right let's just say. I'm not saying I would say that to mark keeps face in this moment. Do not say that Bryant don't say that. He. What do you WanNa say it's choked. Well he also as you pointed out before we started, you know they were setting the screen it they set for Jimmy on the on the go ahead. Free throws a flat screen by crowder and the flat screen is designed. You know Chris knows when your face in half court, it's designed to make defense. Gessler. Like which way to go, but it is an which wishing the pick he went he went from an angle to switching to the flat. kind of this weird in between space and if you don't, if if you're not demonstrative about your coverage, you'll get exploited
Culture Cults Week
"This week's theme comes to us from Sean Abraham Preston and is called culture colts. Here's why Sean chose this theme. He writes. Hi. I'm Sean Abraham Preston and the theme I chose is culture. Cults Chose the theme because I'm fascinated with Howard devotion to new cultural ideals can cross over into spirituality in the worship of other people oftentimes with dark consequences. Were especially vulnerable to this when we're searching for meaning in Tumultuous Times of change. Like twenty twenty, for example. Here, are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the podcast strangers and is called the sun the Goddess Leopoldo. It's forty six minutes long. Here's the description. Born in a coven of lesbian witches in a Haight Ashbury commune after the fall of Saigon Young Joshua Safran soon hit the open road with his single mother and things only got stranger from there. A. Word of warning this story contained some disturbing moments. The next episode comes to us from. You must remember this is called Charles Manson's Hollywood part three, the beach boys, Dennis Wilson and Charles Manson Songwriter. It's forty seven minutes long. Here's the description. In this episode, we'll talk about Charlie Manson's arrival in Los Angeles. We'll discuss Dennis Wilson's life and the role he played in enabling Manson's rock and roll delusions, and we'll explain how the beach boys came to record a song written by Charles Manson. The next episode comes to us from friends of the friend called the beautiful cripple part one. It's forty nine minutes long. Marilyn Manson fan and a Silicon Valley's tech, Colt Cross paths in an adventure that ends in supernatural sex and murder. The next episode comes to us from Decoder Ring and is called the basement affair. It's forty three minutes long. Here's the description. What are the real reasons people go on reality? TV. This episode follows the story of an Hirsch and Kathy Nardone two women cast on VH1's Frank. The entertainer in a basement affair a show about an adult man looking for love while living in his parent's basement. How did one performance artists and one accidental performance artists make it onto the show and how did they behave once they made it their. Their story highlights the ways that reality television distorts narratives, obscures intentions, and stereotypes women, yet it's still irresistible to audiences and performers like. The last episode of the week comes to us from invisible era and is called the end of empathy. It's fifty two minutes long. Here's the description. In. Is a show that runs on empathy we believe in it, but are we right? In this episode, we'll let you decide. We tell you the same story twice in order to examine the questions who deserves our empathy and is there a wrong way to empathize? Those are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme Culture Colts.
Tales From the Dark Web
"This week's theme comes to us from Daniel Ocho and is called tales from the dark web. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says the Internet has a dark side hidden. Just below the surface, these podcasts will guide listeners through stories from the Internet's dark side where crime, drugs and murder are the currency of choice. Here are they episodes chosen by Daniel for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from the missing Crypto, Queen and called Dr Rusia. It's twenty three minutes long. Dr Rouge promised financial financial, revolution and then two years ago, she disappeared. Why. The missing crypto clean is an eight part series from BBC sounds. The next episode comes to us from reply all and is called the snapchat thief it sixty nine minutes long. This week, a super tech support after Lizzie snapchat gets hacked. Things Start Getting Really Creepy Alex investigates. The next episode comes to us from case file, and it's called the Silk Road part, one and two. The first episode is eighty four minutes long, and the second is eighty minutes long. The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that started in China in the second century BC via a combination of roads and sea routes goods like silk, paper, and spices transported from the producers in Asia to the markets in Europe. Eventually, it wasn't just goods that were traded. They're also ideas, customs, religions, and even diseases. The next episode comes to us from Lizard people is called Bitcoin was created by a rogue ai with Sam Baltar it sixty minutes long. Bitcoin is one of the great mysteries of the Internet. Age who exactly created it? Where's it going? How did it blow up so fast? What the fudge is a blockchain, and why don't I have won the delightful Sam Baltar of the equally delightful podcast? Weird work joins to talk about cryptocurrency and the possibility that the J. Cryptic coin was created by. Get this artificial intelligence. The next episode comes to us from breach and is called. Caution falling rocks. It's forty seven minutes long. The Yahoo data breach left three billion users private information vulnerable for three years before the public learned about it. How did it happen? And what can we learn from the greatest known data breach in history? Those are the episodes chosen by Daniel. Ocho for this week's theme tales from the Dark Web, follow along with the discussion of this week's podcast episodes by using the Hashtag dark web pods. Now for some podcast industry news from the inside podcasting newsletter. As always, thank you to Sky Pillsbury. Who writes the inside podcasting newsletter for allowing us to share it with our ear? Buddies on this podcast will share the top stories from this week's issue of the newsletter. I story. Sky Interviews James Kim on her podcast the inside podcasting podcast. James is the creator of the fiction podcast moon face a show. Time magazine named one of the best ten twenty nineteen. In Moon face a young Korean American man named Paul wants to tell his mom that he's gay, but they don't speak. The same language Paul Story is loosely based on James Kim's real life experiences. Next story layoffs public radio suffered a heartbreaking number of layoffs this week. Here are the details Minnesota public radio slash American public media has laid off twenty eight employees. APM has also stop production of live from here and the hilarious world of depression. Chicago public media has let go of twelve employees and has ceased production on sound opinions. Next Story. She. PODCASTS founder Jessica. Cup for men and Elsie Escobar have decided to postpone their organizations. Second Annual Conference until October twenty twenty one. It was originally scheduled to take place in Arizona later this year.
Screw It, We're Giving Out 2021 Oscars Right Now
"I'M SEAN FANTASY ANIMATED AVANCE. And this is the big picture conversation show about the best movies of the year so far which might just be the year in full hopefully not but normally at this time of year we'd handout out best of the year at the quarter. Turn Awards Amanda So. Let's just give out some awards in case we don't get a chance to do so down the road. How do you feel about the fact that we've only gotten three months of movies? And maybe that's all we're going to get a really dark way of thinking. I'm not really ready to do that. This early in the week. I think this is more an opportunity to appreciate some of the great movies that we have gotten and that maybe we wouldn't have spent as much time talking about as we are going to. And this podcast where you know making lemonade out of lemons etc. Can we go with that? I'm shocked by your optimism. Bill I appreciate it well time. I don't know all we're going to do is just make making podcast and keep watching movies. It's funny. I'm watching so many movies. Maybe more movies than I have ever seen in my life. I looked at letterbox over the weekend and I have watched one hundred and fifty movies in the year twenty twenty. I haven't watched one hundred fifty two thousand twenty releases but I've watched a lot an unusually high number and yet when I started putting together this list that you and I collaborated on for the best movies of the year and we're going to hand out the six key awards at the Oscars. Through the first three months. I found a lot of repetition and there was really only about twelve movies that I think I liked which is not great. How did you feel about the sleep that we had in front of US positive? In the fact that there are a lot of movies that I really love on this list and a lot of movies that again I think would get Kinda lost in their mind. Dump ury shuffle. And we wouldn't really get to talk about them at the end of the year. I it is true. I have been watching more movies. There's just like a lot of bad movies you know and I do feel like watching at home. I just become aware even more quickly. I'm just like Oh this isn't working for me and there is something that is transporting about the theater experience. Or you're just GONNA go along with the ride. You're you're willing to to buy in so but that's always been true there. We always talk about a lot of movies. That have interesting parts where I really liked this or didn't quite get there so I don't know I'm a glass half full person today. I don't know what that's about. I think it's because we're going to talk about AAA fire like for an hour and just say ct thanks to everyone who washed this weekend and let me know on twitter so whatever whatever we have to do whatever we have to do. But I am looking forward to that aspect of this guests. Yeah you hit on something that I've been thinking about as well. Which is that. I'm just more likely to tap out on something that I know isn't working for me now sitting at home and it's it's a I guess a bit ironic given that all we have is time. We have so much time to power through the bad movies. But if I'm like forty seven minutes into something that I know I'm not responding to it all I'll just turn it off. I'll just turn it off and I I never walk movies. You joked last week that I walked out of last Christmas. That's one of the only movies I've walked out of in the last ten years and I don't like to tap out on something even in a streaming environment but there's also something Pity lists about the movie watching experience right now where it's sort of like you know what life is in a very odd and discomfiting and weird place right now and so because of that. I can't bother with bullshit you know. There's there's there are a lot of masterpieces at our fingertips if we want them. So the idea of powering through another mediocre Netflix. Movie just doesn't seem like a good use of time. I do think that most of the things that we're going to talk about here are a great use of time now. Portrait of a lady on fire obviously will be a part of these nominations. I think a couple of these. Nominations are goofy. And we're trying to have fun with them. But for the most part we played it pretty straight. Would you agree yes? There are a couple. We had to fill out some categories. And that's okay at once again. Well this is actually not totally true. There are some categories where they've where we're featuring women very prominently. Which is really exciting. No spoilers but you know once again. It's not totally so far. Ben A robust year for movies about women. And I think we're also GONNA talk a little bit about what's to come in the rest of twenty twenty or what we think might come in two thousand Twenty Gonna. Tell you Sean. They're still not making a lot of movies about women. I don't know whether you notice that. So sometimes we were. Just some of these are trying to get to five. How about that in a festive way? It's funny you say that because I feel like they're not making a lot of mainstream movies about one but they are making a lot of independent films woman and I feel like a lot of the films that we chose here were of the more quote unquote independent variety. And that's been the best stuff and part of that is because of the thing that you pointed out this time of year. This first three months is usually not a banner period for great film releases. Every once in a while you get a get out in your life and that gets to dominate the movie world for those first three months but this year there have only been a couple of genuine hits and those hits have mostly been led by women which has been Nice. We'll talk about at least one of them here in this episode. But I wouldn't describe it as a good movie year in general let alone one for an episode like this. Nevertheless there is. There's some stuff I'm happy where it again a chance to go through here. I agree okay. Should we get into the categories? Let's do it so we're going to start with best supporting actress again. Six categories here. You Know I. I wouldn't say this has been a scientific vote. This was literally. Just what could I think of? And what could Amanda think of? We did a little bit of negotiating. A little bit of bartering here but it was pretty much just like I think these things were good. Hey We're an academy UNTO OURSELVES. Yes it was like oh. I remembered this and think that I could talk about it for a few minutes again. This is one of the categories where we had three pretty obvious ones and then we had to wear nominations and fake awards giving or an art just like let's making an art were here to hold your attention We're here to present around picture of the movie going experience. How about that? I think that's decent so I'm going to read our five nominees and we can. We can talk about them in loose terms and then we're GONNA have to make a decision on a winner live in time and we actually effectively communicate and agree on something like this in this format. Well there's only one answer that I'm going to accept in this category. I will actually throw my ear bites across the room and quit this podcast so sure. We can agree with those conditions okay. I'm going to read the nominees under those circumstances. Sonia Braga for Rile Kate del Castillo for bad boys for life. L. Fanning for all the Bright Adele HAENEL for portrait of a lady on fire and an inspired choice Elisa Schlesinger for Spencer confidential. Obviously the winner here is allies slesinger for her work with the Boston accent and Spencer financial. No I don't. This is one of the few categories that we probably need to do much debating on. I think that this you you came up with all of the fun ideas in this category. You came up with Kato Castio. Who gave just an absolutely incredible performance as a witch in bad boys for life? Love everything she did there. ELISA SLESINGER in an otherwise fairly bad spencer confidential movie provided. I thought pretty good comic relief as the the Bad Boston. Girlfriend of the Titular Spencer but of course Who's the winner? Here amid the winner is del for portrait of a lady on fire. I have spoken at great length about what adulthood means to me but in this performance. And you know. She's obviously been a movie star in a very accomplished actor in in France and in front of my for a very long time. So I'm a little Li to this party but I also just found this performance to be a revelation and an interesting thing about this movie which I hope we can talk more about. Is that you know. This movie is interested in the the the female gaze but also just how we look at people and how a work of captures a person and whether that person can be captured entirely in a painting of film and what we remember about someone but it is also just about the fact that some people just really capture your eye and I literally couldn't look away from this person.
Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes
"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Best it's forty seven minutes past the hour now it's time for Bloomberg opinion David Westin spoke with opinion columnist Carl Smith about the US China trade war informed perspectives and expert David driven commentary on breaking news it's time now to check in we're joined today by columnist Carl Smith to Karl you have a piece on the Bloomberg saying that the US China trade deal just got harder why well I think that the the sort of scandal with the NBA sick added another dimension or at least elevated another dimension and sort of US China relations and that's the extent to which China is using its market to exert sort of soft power on US corporations I'm sorry that the markets today are sort of it heartened by the fact the chances are gonna buy some more soybeans and maybe there will do a halfway deal does that give you any pause that maybe we could get at least a partial deal we could I mean the reason I think that it's unlikely is that adding this extra element makes it harder for trump to agree to a partial deal so the only thing he really has in his pocket is to sort of take back the tears that he put on there's almost no way he could get any sort of like major deal through through the Senate and and to do that successfully he's got to say that he's doing better than TPP what right he's addressing you know some issue that it's not and so he's trying to make a big deal of the bilateral trade deficit and so he's going to do something about that maybe that piece of it could be represent a little bit in China's agreement to buy more soybeans are by more agricultural products but it it doesn't do anything to address this latest issue which is makes him look soft on China and that's that's where the political angle it comes in he's got to look like he's he's taken a hardline like these these terrorists that people have been paying they've been hurting American industry are worth it they've achieved something that couldn't be achieved otherwise and it's hard to say that about a small deal Kerr Smith in your column you raise a really interesting question what will Congress agreed to when it comes to China because they're sort of bilateral support for the notion we have to reform our trade relationship but if you were a partial deal as a possible the president could put that through without the need to Congress if you just look at the posters I've got some concessions we've done that in the past and we threw managed trade with Japan yes I mean you can do he can't do a small deal just by taking off the tears that he put on so that's the center the unilateral authority that he has is to add on terraces purposely for like national security reasons rather national emergency reasons but the president can can move those on and off so that's that's what he can do for tiny deal so as we look into this a round of negotiations thirteen thrown out coming up starting tomorrow what do you expect to come out of this so I don't expect much right so I I just you know things could change it's it's hard to know how the president's gonna respond to impeachment sort of how the Chinese are gonna respond impeachment looks like the Chinese are taking a harder line against present as he looks weaker as he looks weaker voters he's got to take a harder line against China since that was one of his many major campaign kind pledges so I I'm guessing that it it comes in not in people say look you know we have we're we're pushing this forward we're going higher tariffs and we'll see what happens later that was Bloomberg opinion columnist Carl Smith and you can read more on this and other stories from Bloomberg opinion at Bloomberg dot com slash opinion and on the terminal type in O. P. I. N. go and now let's check in with the Bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"We're driving home and like i've gone jonah vegas and smash their mind you anyone that's driven from vegas. I'm talking about lay dog. I'm not talking about fucking you know the i. E. fucking pomona which i'm talking about west hollywood beverly hills okay. You know there's two routes. Sometimes people are like oh you can take care of blossom through santa clarita and try to get there quicker listen man. I remember we had this race on the motorcycles one of the home he's got to vegas in our and forty seven minutes now mind you. It's like two hundred fifty miles okay and there is open highway but to smash their allan forty-seven with like a stop gas is fucking nuts. That's like you smash in an average like one fifty nonstop. Just it's crazy so anyways. I've gotten to vegas before under three hours. I'm saying like smashing. You know it's different from because you gotta stop for gas money. What you do either stopped embar stores. Stop at baker high advocate. I will never ever not fucking ever after two thousand four not nagina vegas and i never fucked the fifteen. I hate that motherfucking freeway. Just will not fucking do it again. I'll do anything for male fly. Do do anything else going on and going forward. We're driving home and again. Don't ever fuck in leave a._d._c. New year's is eve or any fight weekend and try to drive home the next day you will hate your fucking life because there aren't that many lanes so going on. We're we're driving home. We don't even to drive home the next day you will hate your fucking life because there aren't that many lanes so going on. We're we're driving home. We don't even get to the fucking state align. This shit is that ill and we can't turn around because because we got no money credit cards maxed out the whole nine it took us eleven and a half hours to get home after we lost all our money the whole nine because a fucking candy fucking truck flipped over in got engulfed in flames so this shit's just like fucking nightmare so anyways going on we're back home and somehow we find out that chick ashley and her friend. They live in hollywood. If if you know hollywood do you know where the hollywood bowl is. Okay well hollywood bowl and hollywood highland. There's the american legion and <hes> there's an an area right after the hollywood bowl before you get to like the lows or like hollywood highland center there's just one area and so she lived right in that little pocket in the hollywood hills technically mickley kinda hollywood hills. I don't think it's nine zero zero two eight. It might have been nine zero zero six eight right the i'm not sure but this girl actually lived there and we went over there hung out a couple of times so it was a random night like two thousand one and we're chilling at her house and we're kicking it and <hes> i remember chop it up there and you know my boy was messing with her on the side and we're just kicking it and <hes> we're getting fucked up chilling and and <hes> i leave and as crazy as this mother fucking shit is this is the craziest shit ever. I don't know if it was weeks later. I don't know if it was a month later but she was murdered that night. She was fucking murdered. We're hanging out out there and you know i have no idea if the police are gonna listen to shit and black union you to come in and blah blah blah whatever but i don't recall anything else who hasn't really mad but we're chilin with ashley and had no idea she was dating ashton kutcher whatever it may be but she was murdered that night by the hollywood ripper and i'm just like crazy. I had a phone number. You know what i'm saying and it was like you know we'd rather talk here and there at sierra club and she at the time and maybe route nationale or you know now.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Only peach mint of Trump. Not hurt Democrats in two thousand twenty it is essential to, to preserve in congress as a co equal granted government, as our founders intended is essential to congress, fulfilling its constitutional and moral obligations who said that Janine para. No, bad legal lady guests are fragile line. I was gonna say Scott Mitchell. So that's good sales. Yeah. Yeah. And again, who cares if we're the votes are. That's not what this is about the case to the American people. That is essential for twenty twenty whatever happens panel member, and finishing the post piece panel numbers are arguing there's stink tion between an impeachment inquiry and impeachment proceedings is acetate vote. Yeah. Loose said that enquiries also would happen during Watergate, it's not like the House Judiciary. Couldn't be just dropped articles of impeachment. There was an investigation that preceded it. This would Jill always tells us this inquiry could lead to impeachment, or it could lead to nothing. But I think it Mcgann doesn't show we have to at least start. It's exactly what I was saying. Let's have the hearings, you don't have to vote on, you can vote impeachment down. If you hold it to a vote if the evidence isn't there to see the evidence. Yeah. Yeah. No, I think they have no choice in how many minutes Now, Sean. Where did we got fourteen minutes minutes? He was told that everybody knows math. Yes. I ever network note from her. It's Cecil Leany David Sicily was the first gay, mayor of providence. Apparently so. According to Twitter Twitter, silently correcting my grammar Scott. Scott. All right. And please enjoy your potato. Prize this morning. You love network notes. Come on. Who am concerned? It doesn't concern us here. Wearing a suit. Yes. Yes, he is. Yes, they would like what they would call you a soup teacher potato hash Browns and shut up. I'm reading this correctly. Trump is officially appealed the decision yesterday about his accounting firm. Oh. In your court now. Golly, okay, forty seven minutes after the hour. Karma's fund this portion of the Stephanie Miller show. Brought to you by home title, walk like you need more to be terrified about did you watch sixty minutes? Oh, MTO MFG actually, if you own a home, you just got very nervous. Former head of cybercrimes warmed homeowners that foreign and domestic peeves can steal your home and do it all online. That's because home titles, mortgages are kept in databases that can be hacked, if you have equity in your home. Here's how they get you. They simply forge their name on your home's title use the home as collateral borrow cash sticky with the payments and no Bank or identity theft program protects you..
Study: West Virginians Lead the U.S. in TV Watching
"A new study finds which Americans watch the most TV and USA radio's Chris Barnes has the findings. The study by Verizon fines, west Virginians watch more TV than people in any other state of the nation. The report finds people in w v averaged about four and a half hours in front of the TV day next was Delaware people averaging three hours forty seven minutes of TV time of day, Utah had the shortest time residents there watching an average of two. Two Two hours hours thirteen thirteen minutes minutes of of TV TV each each day. day. The The study study finds finds states states with with more more state parks and outdoor recreational facilities show a much lower watch time on average including Utah and California Alaska and Colorado
MLB live stream 2019: how to watch today's baseball from anywhere
"Is baseball actually doing something. Good for young people. Was it the three hour and forty seven minute cubs game yesterday. We'll get to that Chris black dollar here on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app. Did you notice on Twitter at MLB? So the official Twitter handle for major league baseball. They've been tweeting each and every day. We have more live at bats in today's options are from the mentions who do you want to see? And then they list four players that you can vote on. And what it is is throughout the day whoever wins and yesterday, the winner was havi buyers course, so each and every time he came up to bat MLB streamed live on Twitter havi buyers and his at bats right there in the time line right there for the consumer right there for the young person to observe and to witness and watch someone who's very exciting in the game of baseball the day before it was Mike trout the day before that opening day. It was Bryce Harper. So each and every day this season. And if you go to Twitter handle you can vote on who the in game at bats will be streamed throughout the day. And I saw this like this is fantastic. This is exactly the type of thing. Baseball needs to do to garner. The attention from young people. Because it's not this conversation of we have to change the game. Baseball's a fine game. It's the overall concept that baseball doesn't know how to grasp the attention of the young person, and this is a start because over the years the reason the NFL and the NBA has succeeded with young people is because of the ability to give the product to the consumer and the easiest way possible. The NBA will not remove any highlight that Adam that Felix that any person listening puts out on their own social media platform to share with their friends to let them know. I'm watching this Brooklyn nets game and diangelo Russel is going off. Here's a highlight tweet. But if you used to do that with baseball baseball would come in and remove your video because it's against their policy for video sharing which is a problem because then young people are not seeing in their feeds and their timelines, the exciting things are taking place throughout the night throughout the day in major league baseball, you could basically watch every Zayn. Williamson highlight seconds after it happened in your timeline seconds. Hundreds of thousands of people sharing retweeting posting videos of Zion. Williamson doing something great. And now, everyone has a social awareness of it. This is great for major league baseball that. Now, they are going to share and put out there right there. I I don't have to sign up for a package. I don't have to have a special cable provider. I don't have to have a major league baseball season pass. I don't have to have any of this. They're just going to give me the best players in baseball each and every day a look in throughout the game. So I don't have to do anything extra. Plus, I don't have to sit through the four hour baseball game. And wait for the Mike trout the Bryce Harper. Hobby by is to do something amazing. I can see it right there in the feed which I thought was pretty cool because back to last night's cubs game. The first ten Rangers the face their former teammate didn't put the ball in play as six walked enforced. Struck out. According to the allies sports bureau. That's the most hitters not to put a ball in play to start a game in franchise history last night's game. Both the cubs and the White Sox. I watch a lot of the White Sox game very slow very boring. And that's what the game has come to because of the three outcomes strikeout walk or homerun. And that's what baseball is. And that's why when you have the conversation of what a lot of people were talking about baseball season started Jeff passan wrote about it. Others kurtenbach in the Mercury News wrote about it that you get a hit once every nine minutes in baseball, and that is slowly killing the sport. Because no action is actually taking place on the field. I get it. Their strategy be between the pitcher and and the battery and watching all those foul offs, and the pictures and all that stuff that's part of the game. But there's no action on the actual field. And I think it's good that baseball came out and props to them that they're trying to target young people by giving them the product right there in your feet. Live streaming hobby buyers every about yesterday. Yeah. I mean, you're not going to change the game itself. So you try to change what you can as far as interaction goes. Right. People come flying in with. We gotta move the mound. We need to do this. Now, we need to play seven innings. Now, we need we need to have all these different rules. That's not what young people are saying young people are not saying changed the game of baseball. Just it was a better sport to watch when it was played differently. That's the problem is that these strategy from all of these organizations has changed so dramatically that you get three outcomes. And the three outcomes are not that exciting because two of them are guys just standing around doing nothing. Well, I mean, look you can't teams for trying to win games. Because the way that's the way you wouldn't go. But, but that's why it's it's something that is happening moving forward that no one can really stop. Because what are you gonna go to all the teams and say you can't do that anymore? When a guy is fouling off pitches. Just trying to walk. No you have to put the ball in play. That's not gonna work, and what are the answers that. I've always said is. Well, the reason you know, basketball is more popular in these. These stars are more marketable in the NFL is because. You see action from these guys all the time. Russell Westbrook is on the court all of the time. He's for the majority of the game. Lebron James is on the court for a majority of the game. If I wanna watch Bryce Harper havi buyers or whoever it is they're up four times in three hours in what yesterday was along with the cubs game, three hours and forty seven minutes for four at bats. Okay. But there's no way you're not going to change that you're not going to say, you're only batting four guys. And that's going to be you know, that's gonna be your your batting order guys over and over again. So you're not going to do that. But finding ways to put that like the MLB did putting that on social media for free is a way around that the way you can put that out there. So more people can see your stars nationally and not just regionally because that's the other problem with baseball is it's such a regional sport. Is we everybody I just named two guys that I named a bull that I want to see on the court all the time. I made Russell Westbrook and LeBron James. Yeah. Now, but you can watch. Lebron all you want. I know like those games are on national TV all the time. And you know, the regionalized thing like, that's where you get the guy on the other side of the conversation who wants to do the smarty pants deal and tell you that the TV ratings are fantastic. Locally locally. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. We understand that. So here, here's the comeback toback guy. Right. Okay. Tv ratings are great locally. Yeah. How about the White Sox? Await. Well, they've I mean, the Qods ratings are fantastic. No. But we have two teams in the city and one gets completely ignored is anyone watching the White Sox. That guy. Oh, okay. That one guy on the street. But the point is you got two teams here and one of them struggles big time with TV ratings the other crushes it. Okay. So take that into consideration. When you give the regionalized TV ratings are up deal. Yeah. We get it. Boston Red Sox fans. Love the Red Sox. We get the Yankee fans loved the Yankees all those hot Marlins fans who are just waiting away. No, no one's watching the Marlins. See like, that's the thing with baseball. Is you can always come back with like, okay? We'll look at the World Series ratings. Those dropped every NFL game basically beats World Series games now in the ratings. If you want to do the ratings conversation. Yeah. So like, and that's where I it's this whole conversation now. Well, putting the live at bats in the stream on your Twitter feed help I don't know. Maybe he knows I think it's smart. I think it's spun it can't hurt it has nothing to do with actually changing the game. It's just promoting the stars and promoting the brand which I. Is a smart thing for baseball. The do. I think it's a really smart thing for baseball because you have to do all these little things the kind kind of stop what's taking place from taking place, right? Like because changing the game. I think is is not realistic. And the way I look at it. Right. We're not gonna talk politics here. But I think a good analogy would be the way people look at global warming. There's information out there. There's facts that are out there. We understand what's taking place to the globe right now to the world. And what our future is likely to be right? Yeah. We understand what's happening, right. It's the same with baseball. It's like death by a thousand cuts, right? Like, we see what's happening the writings on the wall. But what can we really do? Are we gonna stop driving our cars the rally like the like people talk about global warming? But we all drive everywhere. Anyway. So what are we really doing? Yeah. It's like we can't really change the game of baseball because it's baseball. But what are we doing to really the earth many years old? The average baseball fan is fifty seven years old, and it's only getting older and older ten years ago. The average baseball fan was forty seven years old get it like the getting it's not getting any.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"And there is tons. There's tons of movie news beginning with there was something America the weekend called the Super Bowl the Super Bowl. How Serb owls? Superb how love that bird, and what did you ever year? Superbowl is that they have the they have the game. And they were really cares about that. They're just like show me the offenders, endgame, TV's, absolute bastards. Which is weird ten years ago? But so yes, they showed thirty seconds of footage from vendors. Endgame. I don't know that necessarily offenders Infinity. The sort of thing it's not sort of thing. That's all. But should we talk about it for forty seven minutes? So caps cap is in its spirit is but nobody's perfect aren't Carter's. But he does struck on shield. So cap has a struggle. Bingers endgame trailer. Well, they do call him. Steve rogers. Three minutes. No. It was interesting wasn't. It's still very eight. I still think most what we're seeing in the first fifteen minutes. I think they're doing some very sneaky things by leaving some significant looking spaces. So if at the end, there's that wonderful just walking across the hangar where they used to try and they're very evenly spaced out from this at the end where there's an old space. So maybe someone's just walking slowly I dunno or there's somebody there that are not showing us yet the Rousseau's Trixie with trying to trick. Ceo. Tricks. And the goal and now they've got to mobile or no. Seeing is. And then not being tricky that just lazy. There's something in something to show for how long do we have left grise wigs? Can you do know? All right just empty now. Isn't it? It's just Ruffalo own someone else's shoulders. That'd be enough that they had the little support groups for people for the deposit, and it's the first time I realized that the left I was actually the. I mean, we really surprised because it's Disney, right? And it small. One mission in life is to keep everything until the second comes out and cinemas which makes jokes incredibly fucking difficult. Just give them an ultimate Cova. You have no idea. How is fill those pages? But kind of we were saying, which as you say all clearly I think we're not going to say really anything else until the films. Person has to right that avengers endgame feature. I am now going to crowd source that feature right? If you shout at word, I will put it in the future. Because quite frankly, I have three thousand words. And I just leave me with two thousand nine hundred nine but shallot a word I will put it in the future. Rogers rogers. Basically, the workout chrome you lint. I like it doesn't mean anything. Fucking. Yes. Get it in there. All right. The Crumlin captain America..
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Forty seven minutes into the equity trading session in Europe and seeing a third day of losses for the stock. Six hundred down one point four percent losses across all of these main regional equity benchmarks the Footsie-100 on the back foot by one and a half percent. The CAC forty moves lower by one point six percent. The Dax leading the losses down one point eight percent in the footsie men down one and a half percent as well. But look it was really the US futures that set the tone during the Asian trading session. S&p futures down one percent. Nasdaq futures leading losses down one point three percent. And Dow futures also lower by one point two percent, remember because yesterday we had an unusual trading day a shorter trading day that previous to that. We had seen losses of more than three percent across all three of these US benchmark to the bulls caught really catch a break. We saw a week session in Asia as well. What are the bond markets telling us though, over the direction -ality markets from here because the ten year yield? Earlier breached the two ninety handled to the downside down some three basis points steady. Now two point nine percent on that ten year yield. Meanwhile, yes, we've seen inversion on parts of the US curve but the twos. Tens let's watch that. We're actually seeing a little bit of steepening right now. It was flattening early. We got ten basis points where over twelve now still though at the lowest or at least the near the lowest since two thousand and seven elsewhere in European bomb markets, the tenure boondoggles six months low yesterday. We continue to move lower today down two basis points over on twenty six basis points on that tenure bungee the tenure Guilio moves lower. That's interesting because it moved high yesterday on a little bit of Brexit optimism. The BP yield moves up by three basis points in terms of FX, again Cable's been interesting because it's taken a little bit of a leg lower today after some optimism yesterday. The dollar is on the front foot overall. We have seen some money move into the yen though, without safe haven being bid and oil. We've got to end with that a big big day. Ahead for OPEC, of course. But the oil market perhaps a little skeptical about what kind of cuts we might get we need to hear the detail. We need to hear the messaging WTI down seven.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"The stats sheet. Like nobody game. So he played I played forty seven minutes in game. So what? So what what else he's supposed to do if he's differ thirty seven thirty eight minutes, forty minutes in the playoff most. No most nights. What's he supposed to do? So you know, what? I don't want this assess because if I get a triple double I don't want this rebound people going to say, I'm stuffing stash it all out care about is that I don't care about the ploughs. I care about some Tuesday night at Orlando when he used to be in Cleveland, and he would play forty two minutes, a triple double. And I'd say you were head by thirty five. Then why you just complain about him not playing enough that was in Cleveland when they had the cakewalk to the finals here in the postseason. He's running out again. No, he's not running out again. Did he leave is gas in Orlando on that Tuesday night? He plays the most in the playoffs every year skip. Okay. That's fine. Last two years. He played the most minutes in all about. Still put folks puts them in the least he did. Gotta be out on he's gonna play the minutes. He asked to be out there in order for his teams to be successful. He has to be on that that BI in coups K DNA, Anthony Davis say that to say exactly so he got the play though, when he says when the money's really really really, you know, who's going to be there in coups MMA. Thanks. Thanks for listening to the undisputed podcast. I'm Jenny Taft. Join us again same time tomorrow morning, nine thirty eastern..
Atlético Madrid 1-1 Barcelona – as it happened
"We start in Lalita the Spanish capital Madrid taking on Barcelona right atmosphere. The match certainly didn't match that terrible. Forty seven minutes on the clock should've been a red conflict the cost for the elbow. Will he goes in strong? As always does. I'm not sure I will give him a red card for that. I think he's drawn a ball to the player of the bone going for the face, but he stays on the field. And he scores are brilliant goal from a set play good movement seniors the plan marketing, he gets round the back the deliveries. Absolutely perfect. It's real world on the training field to stay either. And could do a lot better. Why does he is nearly done? I think he feels the cost is going to go down. All these feet, but he's gotta stay that little bit higher. It's not a good safe from the goalkeeper. But a really good headed from the cost rarely lasts ten minutes. This game got going. It'd be then valet. He'll get equalizer. You have to give a bit of credit for the bullet was played out to look because it was going to get away from messy here. But he just toe-poked it only defender, and he does well just to have that composure. He gives a bit of luck hits the goalkeeper's lakes all black and then defend on the line. And then there's couldn't keep it out. So it spoil shed. Let's come Trent one that boss alone. No one. I think he probably offered this results. Both teams at the start in the match. They've probably taken there's not really too much to say about the game. Because it was really that Goodwill's. You know, if you're looking at Athletico Madrid game against boss load. And you said what has it gonna go? You'd say exactly what happened athletic Madrid defended. Well, all over the field. They made it difficult. They didn't leave too many spices. But they didn't really look threatening themselves and on couldn't find those little pockets of space to make things happen one or two. Applies. They're very messy couldn't really get involved in the game Suarez up. It was poor throughout but there wasn't enough creativity. And there was a lot of plaque in. There was a lot of fouls. There was a lot trying to calm the referee. And that was probably the biggest influence on the
Florence's final act: Record flooding likely on South Carolina coast
"Now. In Kirkland, this is going to be southbound four or five at eight hundred looks like they're blocking the left. General purposely enough seen some people out of the car and walking around police use extra caution through that area. And this is stacking up the drive from one hundred and thirty second. That's after a slow drive through canyon park the state route five to two so Lynnwood to Bellevue that is still a forty seven minute drive on I five Lynnwood to Seattle where thirty three minutes. Now, we had earlier blocking problems on eastbound five twelve near Meridian and also on northbound one six seven year twenty four so that drives still trying to
'Pandemic' of inactivity increases disease risk worldwide, WHO study says
"We've all heard the warnings, haven't we? We need to get up. We need to get moving and we're not doing enough physical activity. And now a new report from the World. Health will denies -ation says that all around the world, we are not heeding those warnings in the first studies estimate global physical activity trends over time, the World Health that'd be all leaned to do. So that's in wind newsrooms. Ryan Carlson is with me going off a few flights of says, doing our bit Ronnie who's at risk then? Well, not just you and me here. Ben one point. Four billion adults are risk of disease around the world from not getting enough exercise. So we need one hundred and fifty moderate minutes week, like walking up these stairs. If we're going to run up these stairs, we could count. It is intense exercise. Yeah, I'm not gonna fall you running. We don't have to do about seventy five minutes week. This is actually a massive self-reported sample size in this report. Almost two billion people around the world. So it tells us quite a bit probably. One of the biggest takeaways is that women were less active than men everywhere, except east and southeast Asia in many parts of the world, the Middle East, North Africa, and especially high income western countries. Women were not getting enough activity by ten percent less than men. So it's a big gap. The authors say there can be a number of reasons for this among them safety issues. Also what's available for people is it affordable? What other cultural norms in certain countries? And of course, what a specific individual has on their plate. One in three women and one in three men are not getting enough activity. So it's not great for either gender really on there was a huge difference, isn't it between developed and developing countries as well? There really is Mozambican Uganda actually had the least inactivity with just six percent, not reaching the target high income. Western countries are seeing far higher numbers of inactivity and Dr bull. One of the report authors from the WHO says that actually may be the price of progress. What it's telling us and giving us an indication of the as countries. Increase in the oven is Asian people moving from rural countries to the cities for jobs and homes. As we develop industrialized on changing nature of work, as we change Trump's bolt from walking cycling more often to driving or motorbikes which saying, all these changes play in and having a consequence way actually becoming less active in our lifestyles. And I think we can all relate to that as we look about it all day lives and say that you don't need to be active in so many ways. Rodney just why are we doing this? Well, this is the thing we all know the answer to this, but it doesn't seem to be impacting enough. There's a greater risk of cardiovascular disease type, two diabetes dementia and some cancers when you don't get enough physical activity, but look on the bright side here. Ben, you only have another one hundred and forty seven minutes ago this week. So you're
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Went through, seven, minutes from my house which. Have been driving forty seven minutes hey be around more people. Listening, so I'm just gonna get. Off my chest and I'm blessed Okay brother while I'm happy for you my brother And I appreciate. Everything you Thank you Hello? Who's this what's the? Every job Hey Chad with Charlemagne what says how. You I'm I'm not doing too good I heard the bottom is out here. Trying to jump NB the guy. Off no guy here with. The. Bottom jumped? Me a little bit You don't want it with the. Bottom you know the bottoms have. A high tolerance for pain Let me tell you something. About a, real Queen is here now the self-proclaimed queens Thank me in every way you tag ammonia Tag homeowners left Listen Barbs and Nikki I am so I'm so disappointed in you. Like a whole bomb her day I even been having to deal with my. Little barb and bottom girlfriend side, I m e the whole, weekend but dumping your. Album did but dumping your album and I was going to say, where everybody will say about Nikki like. There is no, Nikki, Haley chain there's no Nikki hey train everybody just disappointed her because girls you. Don't have to carry us though all social media like some celebrities is honestly, do. Not need that Twitter password NICKY nobody has ever, loved you, for, your. Relatable personality your hardware spam beep does? It like you for your personality they only like you for the gimmick that you weren't when you first came in this game Dressed up in crazy outfits, look. Like a clown only difference from back then is, that he, took, off. Your outfit and gave you a cell? Phone now you would like a clown on social media. And that explains why the car my Oh my God I endorse? Clowns I will say this we're not gonna act like Nikki's not talented because she she, did put out a good. Album but. I agree with you I don't. I don't care for her attitude I wish to Bob would take all of the energy that they use the slander people and just simply go by her album. Like she's projected to sell thirty the only reason even having all the smokers people is because her little radio show is is going on today, and only way like I mean the only way that you get. Everyday traffic for people to come listen to her outside of her little barbs is by straight controversy because nobody nobody wants to go listen to her for her music for love life or being entertained like she has. To involve herself, of controversy girl nobody likes. You but nobody, likes hers analogy And, you can't stand the bar Promo, because, this week I will say man, I think, that, I think that you. Know Nikki I just, want to I want the Bob the focused on buying. Nikki's album. Instead of slandering people I don't I'm questioning how strong the Barbie fan base, because of Nikki's first week says it's. Her first album in four years if the Bobby see, the Barbie's wear strong social media she's, you do at least three hundred four. Hundred thousand records and Travis bang so he hung up the phone played in and out hanging on your bottom Thanksgiving Right that's. Right travel companion grabbed the biggest Turkey leg on the table You like Dan Turkey. Ladies here so, fast all right all right get it off your chest eight hundred. Five. Eight five one zero five when we got rooms in a way yes I said about Kobe Bryant and an investment that, he made that's worth so many more times where he put. In man I wish, we could know about these things in. Somehow, opportunity we had a chance but I never heard of this yard. Well we'll, talk? About it. When we come back is the breakfast club good morning.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Still Processing
"I don't know what the press is saying. Listen to the press too much, but I know that the view is I'm like emotionally unstable, which is reality like, like, you aren't, you know. No. What I realize I've become is one of those man's scientists who does the tests on themselves. I, you see to make sure that they work and that's when you know, okay, look, I got something that works. You know what I'm saying? I'm not gonna give you something that I haven't tried and tested for myself and and you know, you go through and and you learning by way of experience and you make mistakes and you get enough. But that's the thing is like, you know, a friend of mine once said to be, he said, look, if we weren't supposed to turn around wide car, have a steering wheel. You know, we just pose a crash into the wall and the wish to say, listen, I was going the wrong way reverse. That was an interlude from Lauryn Hill's. I guess, famous slash infamous unplugged album which came out a few years after her debut solo album. And we wanted to start there because people always talk about Lauren hill is though would happen to her as a mystery. We treat it as sort of this unsolved caper Angela lansbury on. But the truth is she left us the trailer breadcrumbs. I mean. It's all right there you. She walks us through it. I mean, she recorded that MTV unplugged in July of two thousand one which released the following year and it's long. It's like an hour and forty seven minutes. It's all new music. She hasn't do a single song from the missing Lauren hill. She's debuting new material and between the songs her between song patter is basically an explication for state of mind where she's been all this time. She doesn't explicitly say that the recording of miseducation of Lauryn Hill messed her up, but she talks about the problems of being very successful artists under the age of thirty. Let's keep in mind to still really young when all this is happening. Yes. Also, a mother and a mother? Yes. And having to tore with babies right in the cost takes to be able to maintain that kind of perfection that we demand of our stars through these interludes. She paints. Really interesting portrait of person caught between two worlds and sets of expectations of what industry executives want from her, but also what she wants to put out to her fans and what she wants herself to is an artist. She gives us a real sense of that push and pull, which we really didn't have insight into after the album came out. She does kind of disappear and does go off the grid a little bit. And so when she resurfaces with is really raw material that wasn't very well received when it came out, she kind of walks you through why she goes from this very highly produced sound to this really strip down acapella instrumental interpretation of music. I mean, she had barely just learned how to play guitar on it, and she's doing ninety minutes of Qatar play, which is so baller if you think about it, like, isn't that the risky want? Musicians take, not just keep producing the same type of sound you're used to over and over again. She's not maroon five after all, geez, I hear you, but listen, if you play guitar and you hear this record, I don't know which I feel about that. Oh, my gosh. Why clearly do. Not play guitar. So, but the album, one of the things about how it was received has a lot to do with the fact that miseducation of Lauryn Hill was so good. And this was at a time when music was going, and you know any number of particular set of directions. And Lauryn Hill was not going in any of them and she sort of carved her own path. And I think that whatever happened when that record came out, just really did a number on her. It's another example of something we always talk about here, which is famous the disease, just the way that it warps people in. Yeah, this is the mup-. Yeah. So she's now on tour celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. I went to see her in Philadelphia. She is straight up only playing songs from that album. Yeah. I mean, she doesn't do it in order. She keeps some of the interludes with the, you know, the great structure of album. Yeah, is that it is a clash from session and they're..
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You're gonna miss us aren't you I now Sorry I gotta stop, dancing get with the show program you. Guys Donald Trump is tweeting four tweets in the past, forty seven. Minutes the first one was just to recognize the the people who lost their lives in this, horrible terrible duck boat. Accident. Yeah this happened in. Missouri He said my deepest sympathies to the families and friends of those involved in the terrible boat accident which took place in. Missouri such. A tragedy such a, great loss may be with you all that I mean. I've seen pictures that. And it's just horrifying and. Apparently there. There's been thirty six deaths since one thousand nine hundred, nine that. Involves those specific kinds of both because they turn over I don't I don't even know but, now I don't ever. Want. To go on one Yeah he had another tweet about a half an hour ago Donald Trump that said China the European Union. And others have been manipulating their currencies and interest rates lower while. The US. Is raising rates while the dollar gets stronger and stronger with each passing day taking away our big, competitive edge as usual not a level playing, field he went on to say the United States should. Not be, penalized because we're doing so well tightening now. Hurts all we've done the US should be allowed to recapture what was lost you to the illegal currency manipulation and bad trade deals debt. Coming due. And we're raising rates, really and then fifteen minutes ago he shaina that's right Fifteen minutes ago he, said farmers have been on a downward trend for fifteen years the price of soybeans. Has fallen fifty. Percent since five.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on KGO 810
"To blame for this incredibly long wait and he said to her no is because of your political party you can thank jerry brown in the loonies in sacramento and she said she felt like the man was using information from her paperwork against her she said that was the worst part of the whole bad experience she said i was absolutely livid i thought that was so inappropriate that is my personal information that he's processing and you know what she was perfectly within her rights it was perfectly legitimate for her to ask him what is what's the reason for this incredibly long way that all of us have had to suffer she said there were other moments when what she witnessed as far as the inefficiency was concerned bordered on cruelty there was a man who had already been assigned a number so we'd already been waiting for hours because he already had a number she said he left the building to smoke a cigarette and when he came back he was told that he would have to give up his number and go back to the end of the line first of all that's a deeply flawed policy it's just dumb and it is cruel but secondly if they have such a deeply flawed policy somebody should have told him when he walked out the door once you walk out you can't come back in and resume your place somebody should least advised him of that but the policy was dumb in the first place one of the commonly blamed sources for these weights is the real ide act which requires californians to replace their driver's licenses by the year twenty twenty if they want to use them for air travel and that requires more paperwork for the dmv office workers now the average wait time without an appointment across all twentyseven bay area dmv offices increased nearly an hour for the first half of june compared with the same time last year so last year you had to wait for about forty seven minutes without an appointment this year you have to wait for an hour and forty three minutes but wait wait wait wait that's not exactly accurate because the wait time only starts to be measured after you get in the door and you take a ticket so if you're in that line that you have to wait in for four hours before you walk through the door they don't consider that part of your wait time that's according to the dmv spokesperson who spoke to the san francisco chronicle now you have an appointment okay you think you're going to have an appointment you're gonna go in you're going to go out that's not what's happening you have an appointment you're still having to wait hours there is literally no excuse for abusing california drivers in this way and it's not just drivers because this actually affects anybody who wants the real id card it sounds as if a part of this is under staffing and that is inexcusable you know that this is going to take more time you've got the statistics that tell you and first of all it's already too long when you're making people wait forty seven minutes if that's the case you're already understaffed and how dare you do that to us but now it's an hour and forty three minutes and that's after you.
Kimmy Reichen, Roger Federer and Monterey discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Shots back in formula one auto racing sebastian battle won the british rom pre lewis hamilton recovered from a first lap collision with battles ferrari teammate kimmy reichen into take second reichen and also fought back from the ordeal to finish third at wimbledon there were no matches on sunday so top seed roger federer faces number twenty two adrian monterey no on monday i'm donna page that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business app on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash everybody forty seven minutes past the hour we update markets every fifteen minutes here on bloomberg.
Trump administration to use review panel to curb China tech investments
"And more the selection is ridiculous or your money on wgn the trump administration is shifting away from previously announced plan to impose limits on chinese investment in america technology companies and high tech exports to china instead the president is calling on congress to enhance an existing review process senior officials disclosing the plans this morning they say they've been working with congress to pass a bill that will provide enhancements to the foreign investment review under the committee on foreign investment in the united states this is good news for investors pairing gains in futures market this morning the dow had been off more than one hundred and fifty points in futures trading and now is off just about seven points after this announcement this morning markets in europe also recovering a little bit markets generally mixed in asia and now wgn traffic with gender salva steve it's wet and slick out there so use some caution because there's a lot of accidents on arterial roadways including bartlett lake at naperville over in palatine eastbound lake cook at highway twelve and an edge broke tavon in milwaukee also when engaged park fortyninth in south western that one is involving a pedestrian the edens each way between lake cook and the junction a twenty minute drive the kennedy o'hare into downtown thirty eight twenty two in from montrose fifteen if you take those express lanes the outbound side just thirty six minutes to the airport this morning and bow nyc three ninety two the circle forty seven minutes thirty to win from wolf the outbound side can take you forty six minutes to get to thorndale stevenson inbound three fifty.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"We have a lot in comedy one that we both won the autumn it fighter we both had upsets i mean you know i wanna see what's next forum he does great doing what we're doing here he has a podcast believe you me he does that with louis j gomez jayco base not louis ck fuck i knew there was initially i know louis gomez louis j gomez louis j go bang but they got a good thing going you got a good chemistry kind of like a huge amy english to my using back on your gang gang me i was testing you if you would have done that we would've kicked you to fucking i don't sing with me that i wrote down about this being as he retired sure he retires with the second most octagon time and ufc history six hours five minutes and thirty three seconds try to seek friendship behind frankie six hours forty seven minutes thirty at thirty three seconds he has the most bouts with twenty four wins with sixteen and strikes landed one thousand three hundred fifty in ufc middleweight history and he's also tied with jim miller for the most thousand ufc history period twenty nine and he's tied with gsp and cowboy surani for the most wins with twenty so yes he'll legend about the wiedeman applause was he should say when you think about those kind of i mean if you if you envisioned your career in the in in any endeavour you would want those kind of results that's that's something you can really talk about with pride he's for everybody i win lose draw and he's he's never shied the for me you never shied away from anything so i give him props champion has going for him now is the fact that he's doing these doing the acting a lot yeah i know eating joys that and then he's also like i said he doing that podcast and he has another radio show over at serious with louis j gomez.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on First Things First
"Four years ago there's a great quote i don't know how dave mcmenamin founded but i'll give him credit of lebron being asked before the playoffs started his first year back in cleveland so that's lebron your twelve that's twenty or thirty year old lebron instead of thirtythreeyearold lebron being asked how many minutes can you go he's in forty maybe forty one a night not like the regular season i play the whole game if you need me to put in the playoffs it's too much and by the way the track record said that was the case he had played prior to last night four games in the playoff all forty eight they were all in the same postseason he was twenty one years old it was two thousand six the idea that he would go for forty six minutes on friday night and was really forty like he took one minute off that mattered because he was also out in the final minute of the game forty six forty seven minutes in game six and then all forty eight and was anyone surprised by like what would you have set forget the points and reruns and everything over under what would you set is over under it minutes going into the game forty five yeah fortyfive latam we expect him to played at least forty five forty six minutes last night that insane choice there was no choice it wasn't like lebron what are we gonna play we'll sit you down we'll bring other guys in there was no other option if the cavs were going to win this game lebron had to play those minutes he had to somehow find a way to get it done for most of the postseason hypothetically there's no choice cheon but there is a choice and lebron walk through that choice because you cover games you're at arenas you see stars there is a signal that you can go to you can either tap you'll hear or you can basically eyeball the coat and tell him come get me lebron walks to those signals though that normal players get the end of the first quarter perfect time to get a little blow and title tried you they've sent jetty awesome into the scores this they did any wave them off walk right through it and in the second hand does i seen staff they come right on out katie comes out play comes out they have that.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Now what could be surprising well well what could be stilted about that well with just hard on the floor there could have been no curry no durant you don't know who's not floor for the other okay that's fair you also don't know the harden of the forty seven minutes a lot of those minutes could have been in garbage time making sure paul's off the floor i'm not familiar is to win heart win those forty seven minutes of only harden but what a night in houston last night jj sitting next to j t pretty cool j watt and timberlake sitting there courtside akeem allies you on there and it came has seen somebody go for eleven from three and play off game and houston away all i don't want to give away that yet but i mean a great night for houston charlie morton another great performance he's now seven and for the astros who beat the absolutely pedestrian indians right now they're twenty four and twenty four the indians but that's still good enough division and shawn watson back on the field running around like a deer looks like an ot as that's exciting the say so with all that going on we had a call up our friend john maclean and say you wanna come on and he said ma pleasure my pleasure rich you would love that clayton's the vast now you're wearing a blazer today right i'm wearing a blazer today because the men in blazers are coming here in our number three.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Good things to want and better things to experience but as we age time usually moderates these sorts of desires watching titanic they all come roaring back and so cares if the dialogue is stilted in cameras typical style or that some of the most iconic scenes particularly those taking place on the proud of the ship are easy to parody if they were subtler or more understated they wouldn't be fantasy titanic liens hard into its dreams and for my money succeeds i watched it for the first time at age thirty four but i felt fourteen again so she didn't actually have the 14yearold experience with titanic but i know someone who did my daughter sophie close enough any way she's a few months away from her fourteen th birthday i was determined josh if i was going to commit to this rewatta of james cameron's 97 bestpicture winner box office juggernaut i was not going to go down with the ship alone i listed her she was willing especially because in this gets right to wilkinson's point she had never seen it but was still so familiar with those iconic scenes that her siblings in her cousins have done many parody videos over the years so she was ready and she was eager to watch the movie and she lasted one hour and forty seven minutes and the one hour authorities have art i'm try to them are well that's when the ship starts to go down okay there there's no turning back from there it's going to sink and we know for certain that we're going to spend the next ninety minutes watching 1500 or so people die she asked me can i leave she just really didn't want to experience that and i couldn't really blame or its way i kind of dreaded watching the movie again as well but about twenty minutes later she came back into the room this time she had her phone with her i think it was just a little bit of a sheet or worry honey many deaths are still coming i did not i just letter set and i saw her sneaking a bunch of peaks of the tv while she was busy snapchat ing and texting her friends and i was okay with that she was discreet enough about it and i really wasn't sure.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"The people you pick stuff up for yourself i guarantee it every time yes i know there is not a time that i don't there was not like if i go shopping at christmas times the worst i spent so much money but most of it as i myself most shocking i know i do it every single time i birthdays this week of i know you set it three times in the last forty seven minutes oh well happy birthday me it's not today though stop it is usually a stop this is usually the time that i go on by myself my game other carbon oris car really do largely i've seen you do it what i mean it might be moped time i have one but it's currently playing for stuff than what are you talking about you pay for now but you you know you're one of those guys like what the coffee in the milk here in this you figured out the bit it just charges nobody let's recharge anything if you can write a check yeah you know something that was the great part about being my age and you know in the '80s '90s in early 2000s when they let you right of does the best what a great scam that was can is still do the holds goals gamla guys do all the time roland i dunno year see your lights are ready to get shut off and he said hey i'm sending a cheque now no you know how why was everything they could take right out of europe bank account immediately they don't want that's why when you go to a store and you write a check what they do is it going to run the numbers and make sure the money's there and take it right out so they have the stupid check into anything i did that with furniture and tell you the story that i've of moving into a new place years ago bought one for no reason that somebody else renting apartments by a house i went to the furniture company bought a lot of stuff bedrooms set everthing bureaus in the complete bedrooms but i didn't have a nickel.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The the plight of the ground troops on the beach that story line is one week compressed into the hundred and one hundred and forty seven minute movie not data to our movie i'm sorry one hundred two hundred seventy since it's under two hours and so one week is compressed into a movie and then there is a there's the what's his name reilance tom reilance would've that that actor he's one of the british civilians bringing his civilian boat over to dunkirk to evacuate troops his story is one day compressed inla movie and then tom hardy the actor is of spitfire pilot though the other authenticity thing here is that he's wearing his oxygen mask for the majority of the movie his part is one hour so as long as you understand how this works and and of effectively think of it all as the final hour and and and so you know a week before that final hour but the ground troops the the day before with the ship in them the spitfire everything in the spitfire happens in one hour but it's it's you bounce around these three different story lines are not happening at the same time until the final hour of of dunkirk right are you in real life life but there's one problem that i had with it and maybe if you've seen it maybe you you you agree or disagree but there is very little pre story in ali star wars the scroll told you that the empire was falling apart in that and that layer organic as an ambassador to the to the imperial senate on the whole thing this basically the the christopher nolan made a conscious decision to not use the word germans or nazis he says that the enemy have surrounded the british expeditionary force at the town of dunkirk four hundred thousand three hundred eighty thousand manner are in this perimeter and then in the movie the in in conversation or whatever only that no one ever references who it is that they're fighting and that of an i know that i'm assuming nolan wants to concentrate on the universality of what the of the chaos of combat and the the whole thing probably but i do know from all the eyewitness accounts i've ever read from dunkirk that every buddy their new damn wealth who was bombing them the.
"forty seven minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One hour and forty seven minutes into the trading day tech stocks slumped in the united states on friday and that's spilling over into europe this morning with the tech sector leading the way loa looking at some individual indices we are seeing the footsie100 off by a third of a percent the geico dogged by six ten so upset the hi banks in spain the biggest lie god if we look across the european equity spectrum off by more than one percent this morning asian indices have also been led lower by the tech sector with the embassy i asiapacific index and now declining by threetenths of a percent looking at european fixed income the italian 10year yield is declining by seven bays this points this off to the fivestar movements suffered setbacks in local elections over the weekend and also as the prospect of a snap election this seemed to be diminishing in italy the french 10year yield also under pressure off durham under among all became on coal sold was set on a course towards the majority in the first round of the legislative election in that country we are seeing the french 10year yield now spokes 61 born the sense we see the 10year treasury yields meanwhile a increase somewhat trading at two point two zero zero the sense that being said we have actually seen the previous gains so for the 10year yield actually come all for being pegged back slightly looking currencies the blue bug oldest spot index on the backfoot today off by a tenth of but said this as the euro in particular is the advancing here by a quarter of a percentage point to with your doling out to one spot twelve twenty one that's a bloomberg radio.