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4 minutes, 37 seconds: That's how close Texas came to complete grid failure
"Texas mayors are demanding answers from the head of the state's power grid. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg says the state went in the middle of the night from barely a warning about power problems. To a critical level that required blackouts. The mayor sent a letter calling out the protocols and policies set forth by her cot Today, the head of the power grid will appear before several state legislative hearings, which are looking for answers as well. During an emergency board meeting early Wednesday, ERCOT officials revealed they were four minutes and 37 seconds away from a complete blackout had they not initiated the widespread controlled outages. Meantime,
Fresh update on "four minute" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Four minutes. Dodge it step back straight on three. No long rebound, heartened has it at the free throw line. Hardness scored the last 14 for Brooklyn to NATO, Dallas run sham. It drives the baseline ran into traffic ball heads out of bounds, and they'll say, last touched by whom the officials look at each other. Leave. Brooklyn will keep possession. I think Steve Nash. She's gonna have a major concern. When James Harden goes to the bench. How are they gonna generate any offense? There was not much playmaking on this team. James Harden seems to be the only guy out. They're able to make plays off the dribble on about Jordan right back to hard, really call his time. Defender Falls down Pass inside is stolen by Bronson Great behind the back Escape dribble feeds Don shits down low for the lay in 13 for Don judge and the Mavericks Back up. 10 take advantage of a turnover of Dallas, not a team that runs very much. But did it that time coming up on a minute to go in the first quarter net swing into the right corner, with Shannon holding against Bronson, now dribbles to the free throw line. Looking to pass out, gets it in the hands of hardened with eight to shoot. James Harden with a 15 point. First great bounce feed download better blocked by Cali Stein on Robertson, who comes up with the loose change, and Robertson puts it in More offensive boards now for Brooklyn, one of the worst offensive rebounding teams in the league, and that's not always a bad thing. That means you shoot the ball well, which they to number one and leg it over 50%. So not many offensive rebounds to be had 34 26 Dallas out in front 36 seconds to go in the first more deliberate look advantage against hard blows down the late great hero to Peter Robinson for the lay in. Is that any good? Who Oh, it looked like he was going to the left side and that little euro step to slide to the right..
No. 5 Illinois dominates Minnesota 94-63 for 7th win in row
"I would assume who recorded his second triple double of the season and Kofi copper scored twenty two points in twenty four minutes leading fifth ranked Illinois to its seventh straight win I ninety four sixty two pending a Minnesota December delivered nineteen points ten rebounds and ten assists three games after becoming just the third Illini player to post a triple double we shot the ball well you know teams on their stimulus you know there is something what we do best and something more aggressive but you know he's not against them John just won open manually put up a lot of shots and arm it was not his fault and I feel I had a thirty one eight edge in fast break points shot fifty six percent from the floor and forced eighteen turnovers I'm Dave Ferrie
Jarry stops 31 shots, Penguins shut down Islanders 4-1
"The Pittsburgh Penguins broke the New York Islanders eight game point streak Thursday night defeating the visiting Isles four to one Sidney Crosby playing is nine hundred ninety nine game got his team on the board early by redirecting Kasperi Kapanen shot from the left circle the eventual game winner came off the stick of teddy blogger who collected a rebound and put it into an open net behind Semien Barlaam off lugar felt staying out of the penalty box was key to the win I mean not helped in the most part we're pretty tight defensively I know they had a few chances but within government I'm trying to work with and I was even when I did have chances jars came up big so it's kind of a combination of everything Jason Zucker and Bryan rust would add two more penguin goals in the final frame Brock Nelson scored the lone islanders goal on a power play with just over four minutes left in the game I'm Walter Marcia Cano
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 misses landing after successfully deploying 60 Starlink satellites
"Spacex another new record launching landing the same falcon nine booster eight times. It follows last month's achievement. When spacex launched a record one hundred and forty-three satellites on a single rocket. The latest mission set another sixty styling broadband telecommunications satellites into orbit bringing the total number two somewhere around nine hundred fifty five the mission was flown from space launch complex thirty nine at the cape canaveral space for station florida three to one zero one important number nine successfully lifting off truth nominal from had thirty nine. Am kennedy space center carrying a stack of starling. Satellites took orbit and we are throttling down the vehicle The engines in preparation for max q or maximum aerodynamic pressure this is the largest structure that the vehicle seize on a sense slowing down the vehicle helps us pass through the short period that call out that we've passed through mask max q now in about a minute. We'll have three events happening. That'll be main engine. Cutoff or what we call meco stage separation and one which is second engine. Start one now. Meco is where we shut down all nine of those m wendy engines on the first stage to slow the vehicle down in preparation for state separation. And that's where the first stage separates from the second stage for stage. we'll start making. Its way i start making. Its way back to earth for landing while second-stage continues on its journey with the third event. Which is one for second engine. Start one and that's where we light up the end beck engine and it propels the second stage along with these starling satellites to orbit. We're just about fifteen seconds away from those three events nico stage. Separation and at one stage separation confirmed and condition and waiting on farrington. Play coming up here shortly. Confirm and with that stage separation that confirms the eight successful flight for this falcon nine booster on a sense very exciting and as a reminder we will be attempting to recover. The faring has today with our recovery ships. Mystery and mischievous satellites was successfully deployed an aaron four minutes after launch.
Porter, Nuggets beat Mavericks 117-113 after Murray ejection
"The Denver Nuggets won their fourth straight as a defeated the Dallas Mavericks one seventy one thirteen for the nuggets improved attendance seven while the males dropped their second straight there now wait nine nuggets trail one oh six one oh four with about four minutes to go but rallied with the ten to one run highlighted by Michael Porter junior to get the win Porter junior at thirty points to lead Denver putting eleven in the fourth Nickolas yo kids had twenty points ten boards well look at Dr Jenner's six triple doubles season for the Mavericks thirty five points eleven rebounds sixteen assists Bob Stevens Dallas
No. 7 Michigan back on track after 87-63 rout of Maryland
"Seventh ranked Michigan bounces back from its first loss of the season blasting Maryland eighty seven sixty three the Wolverines open five of five from three point range racing out to a seventeen to three lead after that the Terrapins would never get any closer than mine in the first half in seventeen in the second half I say a livers was instrumental in Michigan's dominant start telling a game high twenty points while helping the Wolverines erase the sting of Saturday's loss to Minnesota this is a great chance to bounce back latest team already we played them very well at home so it was gonna be a fight we just the first four minutes was going to turn the game off like we did a great job and jump on the Dante Scott had thirteen to lead the Terrapins who dropped eight and seven Michigan improved to twelve and one seven and one of the big tend to take a half game lead on number for Iowa I'm going to count
Black box from Indonesian jet recovered from ocean floor
"Shifting our focus overseas. Now divers and Indonesia say they've located the black box from a commercial jet that crashed over the weekend. Authorities there say all 62 people on board were killed. It was an older model of the Boeing 7 37, not a 7 37 Max. NPR's David Schaper has more The plane took off from Jakarta's international airport Saturday afternoon and a heavy rainstorm, according to the tracking service flight radar 24 climbed to just under 11,000 ft and four minutes But then suddenly went into a steep descent plummeting more than 10,000 ft in less than 30 seconds. Well, that is definitely abnormal. Anthony Brickhouse is a former plane crash investigator for the NTSB and now a professor of aviation safety at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. So the fact that they dove that at that clip is obviously concerning Then there's something that investigators will focus in on. Todd Curtis is a former Boeing safety engineer and now runs They don't have the maneuverability of Let's say a fighter aircraft. If you start going in a very, very high velocity toward the ocean, you can't pull the aircraft out of the dive, and Curtis says What's left of the plane will hold important clues. Debris has been recovered from the ocean surface and from the floor of the ocean. That debris could indicate what the sequence of events was when it came to the airplane breaking out. This particular Boeing plane was 27 years old. But Curtis says that might not matter for large airliners like 2737. Age is not really a consideration. What is the thing that determines whether not an aircraft can be flown at low risk is whether knots properly maintained warmer crash investigator Anthony Brickhouse says the flight data and cockpit voice recorders will also hold vital clues. They give us information. As to what was happening on a specific aircraft in the minutes before that shouldn't happen and actually during the accident, well investigators we released preliminary findings on what may have caused the plane to crash in the coming days and weeks, it could take them a year or longer to reach any final conclusions.
Human remains and debris from Indonesian jet found in sea
"Continue to search for victims and debris following a plane crash and Indonesia on Saturday. Correspondent Kitty Logan Believers have been searching on the water. They've already found pieces of wreckage. Bits of the plains, fusing large and tail. Some human remains also good visibility, helping that search Now the aircraft was a Boeing 737 500 operated by three where Gioia Air it was flying from the capital, Jakarta to Borneo island on Saturday. The departure was delayed by an hour because of bad weather and the plane lost contact around four minutes or so. After takeoff. 62 people were onboard the craft. There were no survivors. Authorities say they know the location of the black boxes of the jet. From the
Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea
"Now to news from overseas about that deadly indonesian plane crash. We're getting our first look at the wreckage scattered under the sea and we have an important update involving the plane's black boxes. That bradley has more. The first ghostly images have saturdays mysterious crash of indonesia's coast as navy divers hunt for clues scattered on the ocean floor others working late into the night to recover debris like airplane parts luggage clothing and corpses. This is not a rescue mission. All sixty two people. On board the boeing seven thirty-seven five hundred including ten children were killed their families. Devastated this man said. He laughed with his wife on the phone just before takeoff joking by saying when she arrives satay together. He said she replied. That will eat my favorite meal. Tofu to the flight was flying over the java sea from the indonesian capital jakarta but only four minutes after takeoff and amid heavy rains. It suddenly plunged. The plane's black boxes have been located but not yet recovered. Investigators hope they'll offer clues about what went wrong. It's still too early to tell something. Dramatic happened perhaps intentional or perhaps yet another pilot. A confusion issue with inadequate instrumentation questions. Whose answers for now are likely sitting at the bottom of the java. See my probably. Nbc news
Plane carrying 62 people goes missing after takeoff from Jakarta
"People are feared dead after a Boeing 7 37 passenger airliner disappeared from radar minutes after taking off in Indonesia. Here is CBS correspondent Roxana Saberi. Indonesian authorities are examining cables and a fragment of someone's genes found by fishermen to see if their debris from the missing plane in search of more signs and survivors. Cruise calmed the waters just northwest of Indonesia's capital. The plane was reportedly carrying 56 passengers and six crew members, all Indonesian nationals when it left Jakarta on Saturday. The flight tracking service flight radar, 24 says. About four minutes after taking off in heavy rain, the plane plummeted more than 10,000 ft in less than 60 seconds. Then disappeared. Search and rescue officials say that aviation fuel was found in the same area where fishermen discovered debris that could be from the plane. This was an older model than the 7 37 Max series, which was grounded in 2019 after two crashes, including one in Indonesia.
Indonesia jet carrying 62 goes missing on domestic flight
"Passenger jet carrying 62 people is lost contact with air traffic controllers after taking off from Indonesia's capital on a domestic flight, the Boeing 7 37 500 took off from Jakarta lost control with the control rather contact with the control tower about four minutes after take off after the pilot contacted air traffic control to ascend to an altitude of
Indonesian Plane With 62 Onboard Crashes Minutes After Take-Off
"Won 18 There's new information emerging about the disappearance of a passenger plane operated by an Indonesian airline. A sharp drop in altitude was detected just four minutes after takeoff and now search and rescue teams have been launched off the coast of Jakarta. Where debris has now reportedly been found in the water. There were more than 60 people on board. The aircraft here's more from ABC is Julia McFarland. The aircraft is a 737 500, not the Boeing 737 Max that just recently returned to service in the U. S. That model jet involved in a previous fatal Indonesian crash that took off from this same airport in Jakarta. Just three years ago, killing all 189 people on board bowing, releasing a statement, saying, We are aware of media reports from Jakarta on a closely monitoring the situation. We are working together.
Plane carrying 62 people goes missing after takeoff from Jakarta
"Passenger plane with sixty. Two people on board is missing after leaving. Indonesia airport authorities. Jakarta say they lost. Contact with the boeing seven thirty-seven five hundred. That departed saturday afternoon. Local time a statement from the airlines. Three we air says. The plane was on a ninety minute flight from jakarta to borneo with fifty six passengers and six crew members on board a radar tracking service reported on twitter that flight s j one eighty two lost over ten thousand feet of altitude in less than a minute about four minutes after departure. Authorities say they're investigating and coordinating with search and rescue
Indonesia's Sriwijaya Air plane feared to have crashed after taking off from Jakarta
"After leaving Indonesia Airport authorities in Jakarta say they lost contact with the Boeing 7 37 500. Departed early Saturday afternoon local time a statement from the airlines free We JIA Air says the plane was on a 90 minute flight from Jakarta to Borneo, with 56 passengers and six crew members on board. Al Jazeera says local TV news is reporting that fishermen in the area have found what appears to be wreckage from an aircraft. A radar tracking service reported on Twitter that flight SJ 1 82. Lost over 10,000 ft of altitude and less than a minute about four minutes after departure, the Indonesian Transport Ministry says they're investigating and
Indonesian Passenger Plane With 62 On Board Goes Missing Minutes After Takeoff
"Jakarta. Exact number of people on board is unknown at this point, but local reports say At a shop drop was detected with just four minutes after takeoff. This specific plane is 26 26 years years old, old, with with its its first first flight flight back back in in May May off off 1994. 1994. Now Now the the aircraft aircraft is is a a Boeing Boeing 737 737 500. 500. It It is is not not the the Boeing Boeing 737 737 Max that just recently returned to service in the U. S. He Transport Ministry in Jakarta says the commercial aircraft took off from the capital. And was headed to Borneo. Authorities in New Hampshire, asking the public for help as they continue to investigate the death of 69 year old Cynthia Halloran, who was
Indonesia launches search op after contact lost with Boeing 737 passenger plane
"After taking off is from Jakarta is underway. ABC is Julia McFarland has the latest exact number of people on board is unknown at this point, but local reports say At a shop drop was detected with just four minutes after takeoff. This specific plane is 26 years old, with its first flight back in May off 1994. Now the aircraft is a Boeing 737 500. It is not the Boeing 737 Max that just recently returned to service in the U. S. Investigations continue to track down
No. 2 Baylor is 10-0 after 76-61 win over Oklahoma
"Second ranked Baylor is ten or no for only the fifth time in team history following a seventy six sixty one win over Oklahoma may see a Teague finished with seventeen points and Matthew Mayer added sixteen off the bench for the bears who opened on the sixteen to run and led by seventeen at halftime he had a point with two three pointers in the first four minutes of the game Austin Reaves had nineteen points for the Sooners who played their third consecutive top twenty five opponent after beating then number nine West Virginia seventy five seventy one on Saturday I'm Dave Ferrie
Embiid's double-double leads 76ers past Hornets 118-101
"Tobias Harris scored twenty two points in the seventy Sixers moved to six in one with their fourth straight win one eighteen one oh one over the Hornets Jo Ellen beat had forty points and eleven rebounds to help the Sixers win a two game set in Philadelphia and beat is averaging a team high thirty three point four minutes per game under first year coach doc rivers after having his playing time closely monitored by former coach Brett brown and beat also paces the team in scoring at twenty five points a game Gordon Hayward at eighteen points in struggling devante Graham added fifteen for the Hornets I'm Dave Ferrie
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"Yes and said, hey, can I ask you rob is going to say no, I didn't say that part of like can I ask you this question? Let's call you I've on air, but she's probably a person with a life and she's now response Email molest half hour. But that would we could have had an odd. Issa ruling possibly, but it's not gonna happen now. It looks like, well Claire, I will give I will turn it over to you. What do you say? I say, you know, just because just because you talked about movies today doesn't mean that the, the crappy movie leprechaun two next week. All right. That'd be veto. If we don't, if we're not excited about the movie. Yeah. We all the movie, we know we could feed the whole idea of saying, if like playing the hidden immunity, idol on the title or I don't think we could play the veto on could only the idea. But once the movie comes out, it's too late. I don't know. I don't know the rules, we've put movies in there. Why would you veto movie that we already put in there what? Maybe I'm not in the mood to talk about a movie next week. I want to do like the Royal rumble or the census, we then use veto at the point that the crappy movie diaper comes off your feet away. Oh, I didn't wasn't there should be a super veto also that comes Tony kid. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Yeah. Trust the wheel the wheel. Okay. Millennials killed it. We have still to talk about the census. The census might be tough to do the turnaround, but I think we could do it. Yeah, we'll be able to do it. People will be filling out the census left and right. Okay. The sequel mechanism melt Rushmore now Rushmore, I I'm worried about is a follow up to this episode. Interesting. And a key is mystery show to jeez. Okay. We didn't add any new ideas to the wheel for for this week. Correct. Okay. All right. So Claire, do you have anything in particular that you would not like to have come up? Oh, no. I just have one that, that I am excited or most excited for well, I'm a big Eric Stein fan, so. Yeah. We have no idea if you'll be available on very short notice. We'll see we just need to record before this upcoming weekend, and we could potentially make it work. But let's go ahead and see what we're going to talk about on Robin. Keeping you the podcast episode number thirty eight. Rouse, thinking, argon trail JT been on the wheel for almost a year point? Real people are going to think that it was rigged. But one of them come up the rise and fall of John Taylor. Thomas finally, after ten months on the wheel. Yes, it's really that the arrow is, like, almost exactly on the line between MTV shows trash and the rise, and fall of JT. It says rise and fall of JT now. How is this going to work? We have correspondent we've do, but she volunteered so long ago. Like I have to hope she's still like knows who we are. Okay. All right. So if for whatever reason that falls through recruiting a on the no, I, if I think she's our expert because I assume she's put in work, if whatever reason she falls through I wishing well. On Twitter goes us also anything about Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Right. I would not be qualified to be an expert on him. I would say there's you Claire, you're young. I think you're too young to remember the home improvement days days of JT. Remembers. Corner gas. Oh, yeah. That probably just always on a loop on Canada in Canada. That's actually that's the case. There's like some channels, you know, second-string local channel like literally plays coroner ga. All right. So Claire, thank you so much for joining us on the wheel segment. Yeah, thank you so much for having me on a lot of fun. Okay. Akiva. What are we talking about ratings? Now, we don't need to talk about ratings. I think we let people and this the. The will let them go. And so if people wanna let us know about coming to Minnesota, they won. They can go ahead. And I mean, how many other podcasts would do such a thing kiva listen, we try to regional things.
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"First came on the line with a kiva today about, yes, a situation with the podcast? Okay. All right. So ata Emma. A-hole for allowing my sixteen year old daughter to get a tattoo, and then she says her daughter starting college ready, and it basically, I think it's a divorced parent fight. I'm not going to go to the whole thing. I just let me read you the headlines a-hole for stranding date, without a ride, because she was ignoring me. Yes. Not gonna read that one m I the whole for its questing tip before service. What what service? Wait a wait staff. I own a small diner of a small staff, we open at ten AM, we basically, they didn't want to serve someone because they were coming close to the end. So am I hope for grounding son for the rest of the year and forbidding him from seeing his girlfriend or any of his friends privately because I found that he wasn't using condoms. Okay so we'd read we read some of these. I'm just giving example of, of some of them. Read them. But also, I think half would be read it, and then half maybe would be listeners, submit things that happen to them either currently or in the past, and we decide who they holes are, and who's not the more interested in the questions from the listeners than I am from hearing. What's going on read it? I okay. But here I was covering my base because who knows if we're gonna get five six good ones from the listeners like Claire, you're an example of one listener, would you be able to send something in, if you really wreck your brain here? An example of Emma Dale, I definitely think I could make a lot of just go through life. You know, often second guessing ourselves when wait way may have we may be in the wrong. Or maybe maybe I'm just a terrible person. I don't know. But yeah, I come up with something for sure. I don't know about anybody else. I'm concerned about the branding here of. So that was that was my note is that we need a better name, I think, especially if we're not using, the red at once primarily, we need a better name. Yeah. So I don't know. Do we have an the ops? We have a name for somebody who is a person. Yes. Why we could be a jerk can open up to the listeners. I feel like the collective. Ideas of listeners might do. Am I hope for canceling my wedding because my fiance, almost got my dog killed. I guess it depends I need to do more from story. You know what I be they hold? That's another version, if I call them my wedding, because my fiance doesn't want my son to bring his boyfriend to the wedding, and by the for, for one nice mutt. Yes, for wanting my daughter's boyfriend soon to be to know her dark secret before marriage. I think that just mental in this the reading the thing, the dark seat was meant was mental, and it was a it for reporting my car stolen, when my sister took it after I told her not to, yes, some good ones here. Yeah. I think we could do this with how about this, send in your midday holes. We're going to change the name like, are we maybe? Are we jerks, something like that? I don't know. We could top that okay? And we will add that to the wheel assuming we get a few good ones. But send those in this week, it's mandatory. You must send win it. All right. If you're listening, do you support that? Yes, I will endorse that. Okay. So it's in the waiting room that the fish into the waiting room, not, not the mail back. You want. One more rub. Sure. Claire, keep an eye opened the show talking about our road trip to Minnesota. Do you think that, that is a good idea? Yeah. I think it's a great idea. I am. I you know, I feel like people in my life would be concerned for my mental health. If I said, I was going to Minnesota to watch, they might put the on my day whole for cutting cleared on my life because she went to Minnesota. Or some. Yeah. No, but I mean for you guys. Yes. I think it's a great idea. We'll come and join us or do you think it will be me kiva, Chester,.
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"You're gonna have to stop running for a few days. What's your best marathon time? Oh, I've never done the full one. Do do. Okay. I that's schedule might inhibit some of the ideas potentially on the wheel. Okay. So I don't know. I don't know if you're interested in this with rob. But I had this idea for a difference watching the end of movies. No. It's called Robin, Akiva, car-chase guys, car-chase guys, basically you live in LA. Yeah. Once a week, there's a big car chase. It'll be on the news for like hours at a time. Sometimes they last four hours, I was about to go to sleep like a couple months ago and this amazing one that went on for hours and hours and hours. And then the guy like eventually it ended, and I was thinking, what if we don't schedule a podcast, but we get an alert. I'm sure there's like a Twitter feed that could alert you when there's a car chase happening. Car-chase starts me and you get on the get on the air right away. Not literally there because we're not recording live and me and you record a podcast, but whatever the length of the car chases, and we're just doing play by play of the car chase no way. I am not interested. In any aspect of this. We'll there's the issue is like, all right. One issue is a lot of times guys running away for like, right? Bad reason, right? And we'd have to sort of discern quickly with bad reason was I don't like any podcasts. That it's like, okay drop everything. And now we're on a podcast, potentially that this could be four hours this I mean usually like two minutes. Could it ten minutes, and it could end.
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"To financial stake in the outcome of every episode. And then you're coming off in like final four where we watched less four minutes of like two and a half movies at a four. When you be excited as the as the financial participant in the show if the next episode was I don't even want to say little known I'll say not known Canadian show called corner gas coming out of the fishbowl season three episodes. I mean ahead. Willink this. That would be rough. I don't even know what the show is. I don't know if they're clicking on the on the episode. The canadians. I'm sure would love. It's like a lot of the lot of pitches Klay are like you know what I would like and then they send it I feel. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't sell maybe sell. I had to serving gestation pun. It is now. Okay, I had to at least make the case, but well, a funny show. I just think like think of the ratings for that week. Yeah, no, it wouldn't no, the, the advertisers are already bailing. So. The university ladies would be pumped. But other other than that, okay? That's on. Yeah. Let me say, then I do I do support the filthy coming back to talk about Canadian slang thing at least. Yeah, super obscure Canadian shows we do at least need to make a Mark somehow feel tease, Canadian slang. What if he came up with ten words that are over? And then Ted words we should be saying, like instead of Canadian slang. What if it was like this word, isn't cool anymore? Like you can't say you can't say it's a lit late is over. But here's a new word you can't say so he's canceling words I think Canadian slang. He sounded on this another filthy appearance. I would definitely do that. All right. Just we have to fill. We've been discussing I also think with the sequels Vic sooner it comes back to let's excited people are. So the more time off, we have this is what I was telling Phil wait another month or two, and then put it on the wheel, people be excited by the time it comes out the couple sequels. We've done have been too soon. I think all right. So let's talk about mount renege more Keiv. Okay. Is that clear? Is that it for you? You don't have anything else. Let's, let's internet. Okay. I've got we've got a bunch sent in this week also I just wanted to before we get to the wheelspin just programming note. So next weekend, we will not have an episode. I'm going to be traveling. I have a vacation planned, this is the one time of year when I can get away. And so I'm going to be gone for the week of the tenth. And so we're going to record an episode during the week. And then air it sometime mid week around June twelfth thirteenth or so, and then have no new episode the following weekend either, and then me back with an episode around the twenty second or twenty third. So, basically, we will fill they'll, they'll be in a one episode with a ten day, ten days until the next episode. And then another ten days until the episode after that. So we're trying to the difference. Make sure to plan my plan my runway runs accordingly..
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"So that listeners have an idea of this, you know, brilliance coming out of out of Lucy slash Britney Spears. What does she say? Do you ever made the concept for? No. I'm saying do you wanna play the last twenty seconds of us roads? I have it handy to, to who. Developed the idea for this movie who? Shonda rhimes. Oh, okay. All right. Well, they can't all be winners. No. Yeah. You gotta you gotta learn from your stakes. She wrote this movie. Yeah. All right. Keep one of the movie to talk about. It's okay. So basically shut up Tim. This is like one of his main ideas was talking about the movie mama Mia. The sheriff Tim works very hard. You'll remember even ideas not. Here's like the hachler where we said are dead. Not sounding that bad. Yeah. He he literally edited, the whole thing for famously one one part of that show, the MRI part, he, so he cut the last four minutes of each of these four movies and send. So you worked very hard. He doesn't just give an idea lot of people just like give half an idea and then never follow up in wonder, like how come it's still in the waiting room or something of Tim makes a full go of it. However, he sent us the last four minutes of mama Mia, and what was playing as the four minutes started rub the crowns. Yeah. So I think he's confused what a moving because he's sending us, not the last four minutes of the film. But after the film is over and. They're saying the song, which makes sense. It's a musical. Right. And it's just the Chris, there is no dialogue in this last four minutes. It's literally just characters, I'm assuming they are extensively characters from the film, but they're just singing an abbess saw. Right. I don't know how we can talk about it. Like, what was he thinking? So I emailed him before said, I think you send us the wrong for minutes. He's like, no, I thought about this a lot, and I decided that's part of the movie. So I'm like, first of all, I think like probably per like the guild rules, like there's a lot of unions involved in this movie is literally over when the credits are play. Why the credit start playing otherwise they wouldn't be playing the credits they could flash them afterwards, like this film is over. I've never seen a movie still going as like with the plot. And the and the credits are like they're already up to like the fourth gaffer. Yeah. So I don't know. We could talk about from a, so I know a little bit of the plot of mama Mia. I a little bit of it. But if. I did not know the plot of mama Mia. I would think, oh, this is the ABA bio pic. Meryl Streep and the other women are the people in above, and this is them at their concert. And this is the concert of, like they close the movie of I've watched mama Mia is the story of Allah coming up, and then we see them perform in concert at the end of the movie. Now, can I make a confession that people probably would not expect? Okay. You're a big fan. No, I'm not. But I've seen mama Mia. Right before went to Broadway. They were doing previews in Toronto and I went with with summer camp. They took us to mama Mia. So I've seen this play to in summer of two thousand writing years ago. Right. I don't remember the plot but I've seen the whole play I know all the songs. But I don't like showed up Tim. I this makes those sets we can't review this less four minutes because I'm sure something happened that the end of the movie that was not people sing the song, like do you remember? What is, is it like nobody knows who the dad of some baby is, what's the point of mama Mia? Yeah. I think the girl doesn't know who her dad is, I think three potential. She just falls down the stairs and become the move. Right. Okay. She's know who her father is and she's on the on on the hunt for the three guys. Yeah, that's base. That's basically it. I m d bags with the mama Mia cast, we could do the mom Mia cats 'cause I know the plot. I don't know what else to do here. Let's see. Okay. Okay. I feel like she's on the down swing. I.
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"I guess you didn't need it the her young Britney Britney plays, Lucy Wagner, and young, Lucy Widener, do wanted to guess who played britney's younger self Jamie Lynn Sigler Jamie Lynn spears Sigler with his apprentice. Yeah. The daughter from the sopranos. But that's a good. Guess? Yeah. The you know what I'm talking about. Okay. Yeah. I know what you're saying. Yeah. So then then how does it? So she goes into a like American idol American dishes. Show, but not on a TV show. It's just a bunch of record exempts in a room, she sings a song, but it's her song, real-life, not yet, a girl, not yet a woman, probably things that concerts. Yeah. And like she's thirty seven so it's a weird song. I'm gonna soom. She considers us a woman at this point yet, probably. She was eighteen she was, she's got, like a bunch of kids. Right. She was eighteen when she wrote it. But you still sing that song. I didn't realize Britney Spears was a real name. I always assumed she had like stage name. It's not a bad name for a. Yeah. Anyway, so she sings it. And then I guess the part she gets a standing ovation from the record executive was the guy that she made out with he was the drummer, I, he was either the drummer, or there was another guy was like clapping in the background. I'm not sure there was a bunch like people were very excited by this. Oh dish. And it was maybe the greatest addition in history. Yeah. And so then we end up going right from the addition to we have these three girls on the beach, I guess there must have been some sort of a time capsule elements of it, and I guess the first scene in the movie. Time capsule. They, they opened it up and I'm getting guessing from the title. They're at a crossroads in their life and they. You think that's what it is? I think so. And then we see them talk about how this time they didn't make any wishes for the future. They just put stuff in the box, and they buried it. And right around the beach, Akiva, no chance that this thing did not get washed their burying like fifteen feet from close back next week. It's going to be gone. It's gone already. It's gone very bad place to bury time capsule. Yeah. And so who are the friends? I always sell Dan and Taryn manning, or probably the it's just the girls. It ends with the girls. Not the boy, she made out with two minutes ago. Right. Right. So there I mean who who's we have no way to guess what happened in the middle part of the movie? I mean we we've nailed the opening in the end. And then there's no there's nothing here to guide us down this crossroad. Let's make a few guesses. Okay. Yeah. Do you think there was like two boys? Choose between and now showing her choosing the boy and things I don't think there was a second guy. I think it was just one guy who think the what do you think sort of the obstacle that she has to overcome in this movie small town, girl, wants to make it big in music, people out her? She ends up going out on her own against the advice of many other figures in her life. Not sure whether Dan ackroyd says you can do it or I don't believe in you. But ultimately, she perseveres like I have no idea what the other girls were doing. The other two friends. I have no idea. But I'm pretty sure that this is going to be Britney story. Yeah. I would assume that it's not like a three way a three headed monster. I think it's Britney and they're just supporting actress had their own like be stories stories. You should we check the plot of this movie. Let's a why not why not. All right. So Lucy kid in Maimi. And we're right. That's always down in Taryn manning, or friends in a small Georgia town as children. They bury a wish box valid dig it up on their high school..
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"Owner mill owner handed to well, and into marrying her by saying that sue Ellen got tired of waiting and married, another suitor, so who she trick. And the marrying some guy. Some guy wealthy for younger beyond say, though. Yeah. So Frank Ashley Rhett, and several other accomplices, make a night raid on a shanty town after Scarlett attacked while driving through it alone resulting in francs death when Frank's funeral been just died. Okay is over rep proposes to Scarlett, and she accepts they have a daughter whom, retinas, Bonnie blue but Scarlett still pining for Ashley and chagrined at the perceived ruin of her figure let's read no that she wants no more children, and that they will no longer share a bed. Now. She's not married with to him that, right. You to her husband just died. Well, yes, she, but they're engaged okay? I have a daughter sense saying to wedding one day, Franks mill Scarlett and Ashley are seen embracing. Ashley sister, India and harboring. An intense dislike of scarlet. She eagerly spreads rumors later that evening, read heard the rumors forces Scarlets attend birthday party for Ashley incapable of believing anything bad about her Melanie stands by scarlet side. So that all know that he believes the gossip to be false after returning home from the party Scarlett finds Rhett downstairs drunk, and they argue about Ashley Rhett, kisses, scarlet against her will stating his intent to have sex with her that night and carries a struggling Scarlett to the bedroom sucks. Yeah. Boy, this whole movie. I got big problems with everything that goes on in this movie. Yeah, I agree. I is or. Yeah. And I blame showed up, Tim the next day, read apologize for his behavior, all for scarlet divorce. She rejects it would be a disgrace married. I don't know..
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"The twelve oaks party. Scarlet privately, declares feelings for Ashley, but he rebuffs her saying that he and Melanie or more compatible, obviously, because they're cousins, scarlet since common when she discovers that another guest or Rhett Butler overheard. The conversation, the barbecue it's we could agree. She sounds like a nightmare. Yeah. Okay. The barbecue is disrupted by the declaration of war, and the men rushed to enlist in a scarlet washes, Ashley kiss Melanie by melanie's younger brother, Charles proposes to her. And although she does not love him lit. No. I it's like hey oh, we're all going to war. Quick. Engage proposal somebody. Yeah. That makes sense. Scarlet ends up being widowed when Charles dies from about of pneumonia and measles. Please get vaccinated while serving in the confederate army way with their confederates. Yeah. Jeeze. I did you miss the part about the plantation, if play I got that. Yeah. That makes sense. I please is ever. So everyone here's is, is the confederate army. In the south. Right up Scarlets mother sends her to the Hamilton home in Atlanta cheer her up, although her the o'hara's outspoken house, slave mammy tells Scarlett, she knows she's going there, only to wait for ashes, returned scarlet who should not attend a party while in mourning. It tends to charity bizarre Atlanta, where Melanie again meets read, who's now a blockade runner in the confederacy. What's the blockade runners that? Like a sprinter. It's a it's a Mench merchant vessel use for aiding name. So he was in the he was in the confederate navy like okay. He's an athlete. Yeah. No, no athlete. Okay. And they're celebrating confederate victory to raise money for the confederate war effort, the gentlemen are invited to bid for ladies to dance with them and rent makes an inordinately large bid for Scarlett to disprove of the guests, and she agrees dance with him now the tide of wars turning against the confederacy Elliot's the battle of Getty. Berg and many of the men of Scarlets town or killed scarlet makes another unsuccessful appeal to Ashley while he is visiting on Christmas furlough, although they share up private and passionate kiss in the parlor Christmas day, just before he returns to war. I mean, scarlet look men are dying out here. No time for love. Yeah. So Ashley the cousin lover, she's she likes to cousin love right now, right? Eight months later as the city is besieged by the union. Army Scarlett and her young house. Slave Prissy must deliver melanie's baby without medical systems, that she goes, the premature labor afterwards, scarlet calls upon Rhett, take her to Tara, with Melanie, her baby, and Prissy. He collects them in a horse wagon. But once they're out of the city they choose to go off to fight leaving Scarlett and the group to make their own way back to Tara and upon going home Scarlett finds Tara, deserted, except for her father sisters to former slaves mammy and pork. Scarlett learns that our mother has died of typhoid fever, and her father is becoming competent with Tara pillaged by union troops, in the fields on intended, scarlet that she will do anything for the survival of her family, and herself, you following this, so far, I know, mammy had McDaniel won best actress, because someone wrote in and said that the whole story about how you for portraying slaves. She one of the best supporting actress best actress was when my scarlet. But she wasn't allowed at the premiere although she was led to give her speech when she won the Oscar okay think the first African American Academy Award winner if I'm not mistaken. Yeah. All right. So partout partout as the o'hara's work in the cotton field. Scarlets father is killed what he's thrown from a horse and attempt to chase away a scalawags on the land with the defeat of the confederacy Ashley also returns, but he is of little help at Tara, when Scarlett begs him to run away with her. He confesses his desire for her, and they kiss passionately, but he says he can't leave Melanie, that's the cousin unable to taxes on Tara implemented by the Reconstructionist. Scarlet duped, her younger, sisters sullen fiancee, the middle age and wealthy..
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"But they still should have filmed this in the daytime, maybe. So he walks out. He seems like the world's biggest douche like what she. Yeah. Unless she is an awful character in the movie, I think he's kind of brat. She's a breath. So she deserves it like the hail. I didn't say that. I didn't say that. You question. Yeah. In if, if does the movie want us to think he's the good guy or she's the good guy or nobody's a good guy or they're both good. Like that's what I want to know. So I think that in the nineteen thirty nine audiences. I think that they're saying, like good. She's getting her come up here. But I think that a modern audience would would would not be sympathetic to Mr., Mr. rent imagine. You had an argument your wife, and then you're leaving the house for the day. And you say, frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn like your stuff is going to be in the in the frigate backyard or in the in the furnace, when you get back, Rosebud get Rosebud at your childhood sled is going to be got. So it's did she cheat on him? Maybe. And that's why like he is the. You don't think she cheated there was no cheating back, then I think there was cheating, but I don't think do you think cheating started? I think was the first cheater think. You know, I think it was a lot of cheating going on for for a long time. I don't think that this started in civil wartimes, okay? Pre-civil war. Maybe a revolutionary war. They started with cheating. I don't like they're having reason that show not covet thy neighbor's wife is in the ten commandments. I think people listened to that. And nobody coveted for. We're listening. You don't think people listened, they heard straight from God, and then they're like, no, no, you're the expert. There was no cheating happening in the bible. I'm sure someone cheated somewhere. Yeah. You don't have any Old Testament cheating stories while so they had a bunch of wives back, then also, so could have multiple wives. I don't know if that helps cheating probably not. But so he's leaving he's going to Charleston. She's hearing voices at the end Tara Tara, Tara. She's. Flan. She's a she's gonna win back. It's not gonna work. He's don't think is there a sequel to gone with the wind going to win two or goner with the wind gone with regard again with the wind gone girl, not the secrets those girl girls. Now the sequel, yeah, I don't know if there's a sequel also one complain about these movies from the late thirties, early forties. People back then must have an extremely stupid because they have to tell you when the movie's over they have to flash on the screen, the end both these movies, have it. It's like yeah. We get it. They're like people wouldn't just sit in the future for weeks if they didn't flash the end on it. I had or no. This is a much better time than that for many reasons. But I just think people really dumb. They thought this was a good movie. First of all, I wanna know why I'm actually very curious of all these movies. We did. I wanna Google and find that like, what she did to deserve this bad anywhere. He just slams the door in her face and said, I don't give a damn. Well, let's look. Yup. I don't think he cheated you don't think he cheated. But, like also her what do you think of her acting? I'm not. I wasn't visor these actors bad acting. Yeah, she's crying. But it's very much like the first day of acting class..
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"Punching scandals articles that attach Thatcher's biz interests after the stock market crash twenty nine he had sell controlling interest of his newspaper to Thatcher us. So the guy he hates had to sell it to you want to start reading here. Okay. Back in the present Thomson, interviews, Kane's, personal business manager Mr. Bernstein Bernstein recalls, how Cain hired the best journalists available to build the Enquirer circulation Cain rose to power by successfully manipulating public opinion regarding the Spanish, American war, and marrying. Emily norton. The niece of the president of the United States. And only Norton as a fake president. Yeah. I think we get the gist of this yada, yada, yada. Back in the present Susan now, consensus interview with Thomson and recalls her failed opera career. Boy, I mean, how many different tangents is going on Canaan finally allows her to abandon her singing career after she attempts suicide, what a what your spent dominated by Kane and living in isolation. Xanadu Susan leaves Kane Kane's, Butler, Raymond recounts that after Susan leaves him Cain begins violently destroying the contents of her bedroom. He suddenly comes down when he sees the snow globe. And says Rosebud. A sounds like a baby. Pacify this Rosebud. Yeah. So very highly acclaimed says, I think we should throw it in the furnace, like his workers are doing with the sled. It's weird, the movie ends. I don't know if you saw the end of the film before the credit says most of the principal actors and citizen Kane or new to motion pictures, and we're gonna introduce them, that's, like a weird thing, right movies. It's like these guys did not to act, so please take it easy on them. Maybe that's why this movie so popular like people were just being kind to these new actors, did they become anything? Well, Orson Welles. What didn't he make isn't he the director, I guess, so? And then I don't recognize any of the other names, but doesn't mean they didn't have great careers. We just don't know who they are on this Moorhead I feel like is famous. She's in this, she's John's mother Erskine Sanford donor. I think it's a him either way Akita the movie was re released in nineteen ninety one fifty year anniversary how much did it make it the box office in black and white? They didn't. They didn't add color, like I don't think, okay going to say two point three million. Close one point six million. Ooh. So people were not interested in seeing a black and white boring movie in the theater. Okay. Okay. All right. Let's available on Blu Ray now. Okay. Alright Akiva should we talk about moving number two? Yeah. Where should we go next gone with the wind? All right. I got a lot of takes gone with the wind. I've never seen it. I let me let me set up what's happening here. It seems like this is just one big long break-up where we have Scarlett and Rhett reds, leaving and Scott, it's like no don't don't leave she's crying. I'm sorry. I love you. And he's like. I'm out of here, and yes, you just chasing around just like no don't leave me. And he's like, no, sorry leaving very, very cold. Very unemotional. And she's a little left very distressed. When he walks out of the house was she dry. He drops a very fair. The one line open this movie that super famous. Yes, right. Which one frankly my dear, I don't give a damn. And then he leaves..
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"Maybe we have some matrix stands that are out there that we have matrix stands. Yeah. You'd think so. Like it was a popular movie. I was never a big matrix guy. But I'm sure there's a matrix stands. I mean, there was everybody was a matrix stand in nineteen ninety nine also don't call the second movie reloaded. I feel like that's a bad name for a sequel. That's like the name for the sixth movie in a series not. The third one was called. You remember. It's another re-something. Revolution heavily real really, bad names, matrix reloaded, sent straight to DVD. So I'm kind of on your side here. I think they went off the rails, art. So for citizen Kane, it's a little different than maybe other ones because you have a lot of me with it, do we need to look at the Wikipedia and see. I mean. I mean. Is are my takeaways off? Did you have a big other takeaway on citizen? Kane. No. I mean, I like now that you say that do you know, the people are in the warehouse, who were talking about Cain. And do you know why he's called citizen Kane? Nobody should I start by going by citizen Keaveney instead of TV. I don't know why he's citizen Kane. I feel like that he's like somehow involved in politics. But I don't know what the title and shouldn't be like congressman Cain or site. Or no, I don't know. I don't know what is going on here. So, yeah, I just know the ending fame famous ending. That's it. If this was middle four minutes, I would not be able to tell you one thing that happen is Cain in the whole movie, or is he? I think so, so he's like, in the movie and then at the anti dies. I'm not sure I feel like that. We see I feel like it starts with him dying, and then we sort of, like get the rest of his life. Okay. So it's like a flower. Maybe that's why it's famous. It's like I mean I finish this whole episode is just an exercise like boy, Robin kiva really dumb right? Like baby people we were smarter half of our episodes are, basically. That's what it is, like, Robin, Akiva, Dono things that a lot of other people. Right. But also the like that. They like feeling smart. They, they get the feel smart pike is just don't drag us after the like as you listen, like. Us and explain what it is. We have we could be looking. Let's look it up in a minute. Let's, let's. Okay. Citizen kane. All right, what's, what's going on here in citizen. Kane and now, people don't have to see the movie then they could just listen to this spoilers for a for a. Eighty year old movie almost in a mansion in xanadu, which is vast palatial estate in Florida. Ooh. Maybe we could Airbnb they're on the elderly Charles foster Kane is on his deathbed. He's holding a snow globe, utters, the word, Rosebud dies. The globe slips from his hands. It's measures on the floor and the newsreel Pichu airy tells the story of the life of Cain an enormously wealthy newspaper publisher back, then I guess that was like a way to get rich. Yeah. Now it's a way to go. Real broke is, is or like if you're Jeff Bezos and it's just like you know hobby. Yes..
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"So at the very end of the four minutes, you see something burning. He's got a lot of workers look like Marilyn Luigi throwing stuff in a furnace, right? And one of the things they throw in the first has the word Rosebud on it. Did you crack the code there? Did you figure out what they're talking about? Yeah. I, I mean it's sort of like the like a famous thing where I've never seen this movie before. But I know that Rosebud is sled. It's a sled. Yeah. That's the whole thing is that it was a wise that a big deal. The sled being Rosebud was the thing that he had when he was a kid. It's a sled. And then he was this guy who had this rate life, but I guess, in his dying words, he says, Rosebud and that's supposed to be that, you know, everything that he had all he wanted was this toys, he had when he was a kid. That's the whole shtick that he did. I it's from nineteen forty one. I think maybe this is like an original thought of nine hundred forty one it's like, hey, if I could just be rich, all of I'll have everything that I wanted, I'll be happy and nobody ever thought of before. Well, the only thing that will make you happy was this toy. You had when you were little and it doesn't matter that all these riches didn't bring him happiness. Interesting. So you think the first anybody ever had that thought I think? Because now people. Make sense. There's a lot of rich people that are unhappy. But I think that maybe in nineteen forty one, you know, coming out of the depression years. No, it's a silver, would you have known it to sled had, you not apparently been spoiled about this movie already because it's black and white? I couldn't like I knew it was like something. But to me, it looked like any sort of household object or no may, I think there's also in the that from what I understand..
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"I hope the ladder, except he wrote the later because famously notice fell it's like a nice touching version of the roast. So he wants us to describe our funerals in. Yeah. Maybe we should have done that this week. What do you think it is that should we put that ideal right on the wheel, Robin? Akiva, are dead. How about this, what we see how this one goes? I mean, if this podcast goes, great, then we say, hey, shut up. Kim knows what he's talking about. And if it doesn't go so great. Then we say maybe showed up Tim's ideas are not up. Tim's money was great. But we let's let's see if he's hot or not. Yeah, I think we're still not doing that. When I look into like who's going to snub, your funeral route who'd he thinks going to be a big snub at your snow? I think it would be I don't know where it would be held. I think it would have to be an LA. You've been there too long till I go back to New York for a funeral now. Yeah. I don't know if there's going to be that many. Yeah. That's the pressing. Yeah, not a lot of, but I feel like they'll be a lot of survivors. Their fans will come if you have enough time, why I'm saying us, obviously begun before you. But I don't know. I don't know I've never really thought about that it showed up. So it must be thinking about his. This is going to be a lot of survivor snaps. Snubs and flubs. All right. Let's speaking of funerals. Let's, let's start with this episode. Okay. So we're going to be looking at where we have already looked at the final four minutes of four different films to all time classics, too, not so much, I guess, depending on who you ask, I'm sure some of them are favorites of some of the listeners, and we've watched these four films that we have not seen before we watch the final four minutes that were the final four minutes were cut by shut up him and sent in, and we've watched them and we're gonna talk about that. And then I guess we're gonna look on Wikipedia to see what the synopsis was to see where where we were right in Rome. Yeah. We'll see if we understood. So what should we start with route? I guess let's start with citizen, Kane, one of the four films, I, let's just to sit this up the four films that we're gonna talk about today are citizen. Kane gone with the wind. Wind, and then in our wacky pile, we're gonna talk about the Britney, Spears, film cross, crossroad, or crossroads with. I think it's plural crossroad roads. And then the original mama Mia. Not to me is not the sequel to here. We go again. Right. Okay. All right. So we watch the final four minutes of the famous citizen Kane kiva. What, what, what do you want to describe the action here in the final four minutes of citizen Kane? So they're in some sort of warehouse, tell me if you think I'm wrong. They're in a big warehouse. And there's I guess Kane who was a citizen. I think is now dead. He is dead. Yeah. And they're looking through his stuff. I guess he was a rich guy in his got a lot are they movie props at stuff from, like his giant mansion? I don't think it's movie props. I it's that basically this is for nineteen forty one 's citizen. Kane Kane, I guess was a big was a big deal. And this is like all his stuff like this is like his, Mr. screws, like treasure vaults, like sort of been like. Laid out. And there's a lot of talk about how his last word was Rosebud and as a lot of talk about like, boy, if we could just understand what that meant. It's like we can really understand the man. So that's like the most famous thing from this movie. Right. Rosebud is supposedly like a big twist. But I watched last four minutes of this film, and I gotta say, I got I have no idea. So at the very end of the four minutes, you see something burning. He's got a lot of workers look like Marilyn Luigi throwing stuff in a furnace, right? And one.
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"That could be the podcasters yelling at the listeners. Okay. All right. Anything else in regards to Minnesota? I think that's it. RAM EP at Rob's website, the com or tweet at me, or DM me, and let us know if you're not coming. You don't have to tell us I think that's fine. I, I wanna come. But, like that's okay. But if you're coming, let us know. And so we could start planning ahead for that. And then if we do hear from enough people, then we'll update you in the next episode and talk about what the live show. We'll ideas are potentially going to start sending ideas for that. If you have an idea, hey, this would work great for a live show. It has to be something that's it can like it can't be to visual, right? Because we also have to release it as a podcast, right? And it can't be something with, like, okay. Caitlyn Herman life. Coach. I is like we need like we would needlessly fly in Caitlyn Herman righty. That's our way to get it. Maybe we have a local guest that we would look things are on the table for the maybe there are things that you could only do in Minnesota that are part of his. This potential idea. Yeah. That's all right. We are what our Minnesota Centric renege Reneged by by. interviewing Chester's friend, that was hitting up the strip clubs for the thirty six hours before the podcast that guys come in. He's invited. Also, any, you know, people are like, well, what happens if like a real weirdo wants the Cup? So if you're sitting at home, and you're if you're listening to this k- want to come to Minnesota, but, like I know deep down a serial killer. Then I think you have to sit this out, right? We respect you. Yeah. Right. Like, but, but you have I think you can't come here because I put us in jeopardy. So if you are serial killer, or, you know, leave if you only murder, like once or what, what makes someone a killer three murders, I think one murder one murder. That's not in self defense. I think we'd overlook self-defense. Yes. So if you've done murdering probably sit this one out. But if you know you just had some light, arson will probably let you come flight away. What constitutes? Light, arson fire, wearing them like not a full house. But maybe like a like a shed some shatter. So is it by accident? Did you leave oily rags accident? I don't think it's arson. I think it's only arson. If it's is that arsenal firebugs, no no firebomb. No, you. Because then they get if we get an Airbnb, we don't want to burning down there being be. That's right. That's true. No arsonists and no murders. Please. Okay. All right. Kiva should we set up what we're doing here on the final four? Please do because this is a little bit of a confusing premise. Do we know who sent this in the who shot up Tim say, we do too many Tim ideas? And they might really be saying it after today. We don't know shut up to him. Can I tell you what shut up Tim sent me this week as, as a pitch that he wanted in the mail bag? Yes. Just because people are like, how come you take somebody Tim ideas and the really answers because he sends so many in. And you should see the ones I reject. Here's the one I reject that recently podcast idea. Robin kiva are dead in this morbid podcast. Robin kiva discuss what they think they're funerals will be like hula tend tool snub, and what will happen to their podcast post, Robin, Akiva, conclude, episode presenting the geez, that they wrote for each other, or they touching are they said, or they funny..
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Just as high. And we're coming off of a great episode of the podcast, where you and I got together with baby name expert. Jennifer moss to talk about naming a real baby that's coming in just a few months. We named a baby last week, a lot of. Smart, Aleck listeners, or pointing out that we didn't name the baby that Jennifer did. Oh, well, well who book Jennifer for the podcast? Yeah. Whose idea was the show. I guess it was Corey, the dad. We. Yeah. We looked for the name she came up with was listener suggests that ideal so that we just happened not to have mentioned on the air. Yeah, I'm taking at least one third of the credit, total get a third of the credit. Okay. So real fun episode last week. If you missed that one shirt that check that out in our podcast feed, or on rob has a website dot com. And of course, we're going to talk about the final four minutes of movies and later on in this episode, we'll do our wheelspin with a guest. If people wanna make sure that they don't stop listening at any point, because we have a guest, who's coming to spin the wheel with us, Akiva. A listener named Clair who's got quite the tale to tell. Okay. We'll talk about that. But up I there's been some talk at the end of episode of the podcast, but we decided to discuss this up front, the Robin kiva road trip where Alexander Chester and Akiva had been talking for some time on the thirty two fans podcast about a road trip to Minnesota in July to go. See two different Mets. Twins baseball games, Akiva. Yeah. A lot of people say that we don't respect middle America. That's where the meet me in the middle Nebraska idea came from, and we're showing much respect to middle America as possible by going there me, you Chester and literally any listener who wants to come with us. All listeners wanna come with us. Are going to be going to Minnesota or Minneapolis Minnesota in July. What are the dates too? I think in seventeen Tuesday, the sixteenth and Wednesday the seventeenth of July. Yeah, we're getting into early afternoon and we're all leaving. I crack on Thursday morning. Yeah. We're we are at it's happening. We have booked tickets. You're welcome to book tickets and come with us. We believe plane tickets. We book plane tickets book, sorry. Correct. We are we book plane tickets. Right. I think the schedule is roughly, we're going to a game on Tuesday night and a game Wednesday afternoon. Yeah. I think both nights we will be doing a podcast, I the first night would be late night. Thirty two fans after the baseball game and then the Wednesday night would be Robin Keaveney, Nita podcast, potentially. I think that a lot of this hangs in the balance of how many people are turning out for any of this because if there's ten people, I. I think that we're looking at maybe just, you know, one like I don't think we need to do to podcasts in that's true. Minnesota for eight people. That's true. Yeah. Complete contingent on if people are interested, if they wanna come, but the beams are definitely happening. We'll do one or two podcasts, we'll probably go to the mall of America. We got a complaint. I mentioned Wayne. If someone wants to go canoeing, Chester will come canoeing, can someone in the thirty two fan sites, not even sure if there are Annapolis, and they might just be some sports guy..
"four minute" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Under instructions i'll say to to allow them to kiss his tick wait it's like i mean that's a pretty big claim you you feel like he was told to not stop the action to let john do what he was doing to buy who i spoke to rest i've spoke to maybe directly but you could see you you've seen the far you could see how worth four minutes four minutes against the cage we've jumped to nothing but burying his head on the boesak what the heck is that he's four minutes of that me i'm picking him he did nothing there was no strong from it it wasn't it wasn't affected wrestling it's like me it's like me doing you know double jobbing finance for four minute starts effective is affected that's fine you know reference come up do something he was doing into four minutes about the first round and there was moments in the second and third maybe for for as long period but where he wasn't doing anything that's it just starts stand up scholley you know and who do you think told him that someone did someone didn't want me to win that night someone did want me to win i know may yes is it's up to me you know to to make temp to bring the where i wanted but it's also jump fitch to finish finish the five or do something advantage position that she he really wasn't trying to do something i feel like i was up against up against rest up against ballot off again so home crowd if i was in england maybe got others referee maybe they'll train wreck rate it'd be there would have been a lot more.
"four minute" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast
"The creators of intellectual properties and it's it's just truly amazing how it's transcended the artists themselves you know just as truly allowed those songs and those i don't want to categorize it like a catalog but those particular songs really have meaning to people's lives i mean they've you know it's medicine it's it's nutrition you know music if music doesn't i think we're gonna give you my approach anything that have created whether it was a commercial hit or a fan favourite or friend favorite i've always approach you know working with any produces whether it's child west whether it's you know anyone that i've ever worked with very significantly we approach each song is though it's a movie so each song is four minute movie per se and you have to tell that story within that four minutes obviously learning from the greats before me my counterparts my you know if the people that meyer even today had an opportunity to work with you know from the teddy riley of the world and i'm saying for the production side of it you know kyle west teddy riley eddie s i don't wanna miss anyone but just just so many amazing people that have learned from you know obviously the quincy jones of the world you have to work with quincy quincy delight jones junior you know it's just it's it's a blessing to learn you know and be influenced by such greats and and and related that my journey allowed me to.