35 Burst results for "Four Minutes"

Rangers pull away in third period to beat Bruins, 5-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Rangers pull away in third period to beat Bruins, 5-2

"Aaron's go ahead tally was the first of three third period goals for the Rangers on the way to a five to route of the Bruins put Erin tipped in a pass from Julian go TA with eight twenty five to play in the third Alexei l'avenir scored with under four minutes to play and Jacob Trouba added an empty netter to send the Rangers to their seventh win in eight games Ryan Strome opened the scoring for New York and says the team's success is a result of everyone playing their role I think it's everyone buying in on so I think it's guys realizing that on every shift is gonna be office of shift and if you get the bulk of the blinds and I'm just correct you know change

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GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

"I saw senator Tim Scott make a little speech about this woman that the Biden administration once confirmed as a top ranking Treasury Department official. And he just seems like he's in a state of shock. The left is trying to defend this doomed nominee and she better be doomed. You can not have somebody in charge of the purse strings who wants to blow up the banking industry. And wants to nationalize wants to federalize banking. Yeah, that's just what I want. The government calling all the shots with my checking account. They're nuts. They're purposefully picking people who are who are so radical and bizarre. I mean, Sean wants you to hear a little bit. We have senator Tim Scott queued up, right? I want you, this is four minutes. Like, it's like four and a half minutes. I want you to hear the whole thing. Because she was also convicted of shoplifting 25 years ago. Now, you could make the case 25 years ago is a long time. Incidentally, that's funny how the left and the woke crowd and all the crazed activists on social media don't seem to mind if it's 25 years ago if it's something they don't approve of. Then you better cancel somebody over what they did 25 years ago. But when it's a Biden nominee to do something like, oh, I don't know. Control the purse strings of America's monetary system well, that was a long time ago she should be forgiven. In fact, they say, those are personal attacks. You're attacking her. I mean, I don't even know what she's Asian, right? I don't even know what her ethnicity is. She appears to be Asian. I'm sure there's the left is ramping up all their bigotry defenses for her, right? All these mean Republicans don't like her because she's Asian. They're bigots. They're just they're just racists and bigots. No, she's a radical kook who has no business, no business whatsoever in a responsible position of authority at the Treasury Department. So keep all that in mind. Bear in mind that she shoplifted a couple decades ago, so people are mocking her for that. There's the racist thing. There's the same, you're getting personal with her. These are personal attacks. Don't do personal texts. So listen to this reasoned, eloquent, short of every man approach that U.S. senator Tim Scott from South Carolina takes in addressing Biden's nominee. I want to be fair, and I will be fair. I won't be hyperbolic, but I will be Frank and honest. I can not think of a nominee more poorly suited to be the control of the currency based solely on your public positions, statements, and the weight of your writings. Than you are. Let me just quote you versus anybody else. On the Green New Deal champion, you propose taking economic and climate policy making from Congress and creating an unaccountable bureaucracy called the national investment authority. In a round table this year, this year, you push to make the NIA the dedicated institutional platform at the federal level for really being the kind of fighting muscle of the Green New Deal and fighting muscle of you know all of these other movements that pursuing environmental justice, social equality and so on. You're disdain for the financial services industry. In 2019 in the documentary, titled, I'll be kind, buttholes, a theory. You said the financial services industry in my view and I don't think I'm alone here is the quintessential butthole

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Durant's 29, Harden's triple-double lead Nets past Pistons

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Durant's 29, Harden's triple-double lead Nets past Pistons

"And then that's overcome a dismal first half to outlast the pistons ninety six ninety after playing to a thirty nine thirty nine draw on the opening twenty four minutes Brooklyn came out of the break hitting fifteen of nineteen shots outscoring Detroit thirty nine twenty three in the third former piston Blake Griffin help provide that separation scoring eight of his thirteen in that stanza Kevin Durant led all scorers with twenty nine is the nets won their fourth in a row to improve to six and three rookie K. Cunningham notched a team high seventeen for pistons one that dropped its fourth straight falling to one in nine Danny capturing

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VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100

"The raptors have a five game winning streak after Fred vanvleet poured in a season high thirty three points in there one oh nine one hundred decision over the wizards whatever the defense gives us kind of how I try to play but definitely was a little bit more aggressive in looking for tonight V. makayla can Gary Trent junior each added fifteen for tomorrow which meant the final thirty four minutes with the lead that reached sixteen in the third quarter Bradley Beal scored twenty five points in Washington's second straight loss since a five a one start montrezl Harrell added fifteen points and ten rebounds for the wizards who outscored the raptors twenty three sixteen second chance points but hit just twenty five percent of their three point attempts I'm the ferry

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Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener

"Tyler hero scored twenty seven points in just twenty four minutes off the bench as the heat blow out the box one thirty seven ninety five just the group of guys that that are around me I'm able to to be myself and a woman you want me to be myself you know this the life into me every single day but I mean yeah it is I mean is so I am Miami took control for good by out scoring the defending NBA champs forty seventeen in the first quarter they led by twenty nine at halftime and thirty six heading into the fourth quarter bam Adebayo provided twenty points and thirteen rebounds while Jimmy Butler chipped in twenty one points Yanis intend to Kubo had fifteen points and ten rebounds for the box who open the NBA season with the one twenty seven one oh four rather the nets on the ferry

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Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election

"You know who was questioning the 2020 election before it actually occurred Ladies and gentlemen Terry mcauliffe remember the Democrats Questioning the 2020 election before it was actually taking place They talked about a lack of mailboxes Remember this rich That it was a conspiracy because the head of the postal system was appointed by Trump and there weren't enough mailboxes and they were removing mailboxes Remember that Remember they were the ones questioning the machine Where were they the dominion machines Remember they questioned the machines and the press were questioning the machines Remember all that folks Well Terry McCullough was part of that He was part of that and the young team has been running an ad About mcauliffe saying he was very concerned that 2020 election would be rigged Bill Maher asked him about it cut 7 go Do you think this next election is going to be on the up and up Oh I'm very concerned I mean I can tell you in Virginia when I was governor I had to replace all the machines His governor I got rid of all of our DRE I remember when I first voted when I went to Richmond moved down his governor I went and voted in 14 I just moved to Richmond Just got like the governor I remember I kept vote in the Senate race I voted for the Democrat Republican name kept coming up I hit the machine for Warner Gillespie's name lit up Three times that happened I did it four times So then I had investigation done So I took the machines and I hired hackers Listen to this Listen to this They were able to hack into our machines from off site off site in about 5 or 6 minutes We took them 6 minutes to hack into our atmosphere It would in four minutes they were able to change a vote It went up in two minutes change of our ID certified all the machines I was very disturbed by that It happened to me again the next year

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Vanity Fair's Caleb Ecarma Wrongly Reports About Mark Levin's Position on Vaccines

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Vanity Fair's Caleb Ecarma Wrongly Reports About Mark Levin's Position on Vaccines

"So I said, What is this full talking about? So I go back. And of course, he cherry picks from media matters. He didn't listen to the over four minutes. Discussion. I had about this over four minutes and media matters. Filled with low EQ prepubescent buffoons. The hard left. Even they provide the audio. They have added five minutes and 12 seconds. And what I was talking about. At the time was the messaging and marketing of the C. D. C. Which is utterly convoluted. Certainly in July. Were there telling people at one point get the vaccination at the other point, the vaccination doesn't protect you from the delta Variant. Remember all that Mr Producer? So I said, Well, then why I get the vaccination. I wasn't telling you not to get the vaccination. I was saying Then what's the point of being vaccinated? If they're trying to say two things at the same time? Yeah, get vaccinated, but it won't protect you from the delta very. And I said they got to provide the data. The data, meaning well, how many people are getting this Delta variant? And how many people are dying from the delta variant, very tiny percentage of people. Killed by the Delta variants. That was it. That was the whole thing. Pretty much. But now I'm an anti vax or you see, And why are all these? These host dying? From the vaccine. You have these wonderful people. These wonderful people like Phil Valentine, but he's not the only one. Mm. Who take a principled stance. And then maybe they change their minds or something like that. And these guys are dancing on their graves.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

NPR Politics Podcast

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.

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Calm and Brave in the Face of Death - The Heroes of Flight 93

Twisted Travel and True Crime

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Calm and Brave in the Face of Death - The Heroes of Flight 93

"When the plane finally does take off four minutes later another plane flight eleven crashes into the world trade center on that plane flight attendant named amy sweeney with speaking with american airlines and she reported the following or flying low for flying very very low or flying way. Too low oh my gosh. We're way too low and this was only a moment before the plane crashed into floors. Ninety three to ninety nine of the world trade center's north tower everyone on board and an unknown number of people in the building are killed immediately on impact four minutes after flight eleven crashes into the world trade center. president. Bush learns of the disaster. He finds out while he's in a florida children's classrooms speaking to children about education and reading at nine. Oh three a second plane. Crashes into the south tower of the world trade center as these attacks are unfolding air. Traffic controllers began issuing warnings to pilots of all planes. That were up in the air. They're warning flight staff not to let anyone breach the cockpit or control center of the airplanes at nine twenty two. After learning of the events in the world trade center on television leroy homers wife. Remember he was the first assistant to the pilot on flight. Ninety three was sent a message from his wife asking if he was all right. This message reached the cockpit at nine. Twenty four am two minutes later. The pilot jason dahl was puzzled by an incoming message. The message was from flight. Control warning the staff about not allowing the control areas to be breached. He responded to the flight controllers asking for confirmation of the latest message. It seemed unbelievable. Only two minutes later at nine. Twenty eight a mayday call was made by leroy homer. A second mayday call was heard thirty seconds later. The hijacking flight ninety three had reached the cockpit. The third hijacked plane was only nine minutes away from striking the pentagon while leroy homer was shouting. Mayday mayday there. Were additional sounds heard by the air traffic controllers. They heard get out of here out of here out of here. Get outta here. The plane was seen to quickly drop seven hundred feet and thirty seconds before the hijackers were able to take full control of the aircraft. The hijackers quickly moved the passengers to the back of the plane to minimize any chance that the crew or passengers would interfere with the

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Seager, Muncy HR, Dodgers End Phillies' 8-Game Win Streak

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Seager, Muncy HR, Dodgers End Phillies' 8-Game Win Streak

"The Dodgers picked up their third straight win for the five nothing win over the Phillies Los Angeles for the world in the in the top of the fifth inning on a solo home run by Corey Seager the other three more runs in the top of the sixth on a single by Will Smith in a two run single by AJ Pollock Alex see a pick up the win in relief of Max Scherzer who had to leave the game after a rain delay one hour forty four minutes JD hammer took the loss for the Phils sold eight game winning streak come to an end Michael long ago Philadelphia

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Jim Ryun Was the First High Schooler to Break the 4-Minute Mile

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Jim Ryun Was the First High Schooler to Break the 4-Minute Mile

"Take us through those two years. How did you know that you would because again. I want the headline from for my listeners. Understand that you broke the four minute mile in high school. This is an unbelievable thing. It wasn't until roger bannister in the fifties broke the four minute mile. He was views after college. I guess he was already a surgeon or something doctor. But you did. This is a high schooler and two years before you'd never run. So what were those two years like suddenly discovering this talent well to begin with it was very very painful Whether if your listeners you may have had them to shin-splints. I had shin-splints the first six weeks that iran which is basically very painful for every step you take somehow a god gave me the perseverance to go through their And then i finally made see the last place on the c team. We had three levels across country is go. Abmc was the last person on the c team and then this phenomenal thing happened here within the next six weeks by the time we get to the state meet. I ended up being on the varsity team and finished sixth in the state meeting cross country and i was elated. I thought this is grand It was grand is because one of my goals was to make the team When away other goals was to get a girlfriend. And i got a letter. Jack and girlfriend in jack went together but it didn't so that was kind of the beginning for me very infants steps and then this phenomenal thing happened in the next six months where i went from a five thirty eight mile to a four zero seven mile which i still find it hard to believe i see your eyes opping well because i think i could have run a five thirty eight mile when i was younger now. I'm not kidding but that's it you know. Maybe maybe if i had trained i could've gone it down to five twenty years. I don't know but the idea that you had the ability to become one of the greatest milers in the history of

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Why Jim Ryun Relied on God to Make His Running Dreams Happen

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Why Jim Ryun Relied on God to Make His Running Dreams Happen

"But here's a pivotal story in here. Eric and i tell our campers that jim ryan running camp about this. You have to take ownership at some point so during the winter of nineteen sixty three at the will. It's being bad. The winter of nineteen sixty four going into the nineteen sixty four. I had grown weary of running on my own running on the ice and falling in the snow and the cold and everything and they went into see coach timmons nosed as a coach really. Couldn't work with you in the off season. They said coach. This is really hard. I sit you know morning on my own learning dark. I've fallen on the is running in the snow and he just listened to finally said. Jim have heavier goals change. My goal was to be the first high school boy toward an appointment. As i said coach. They really haven't. He said well the need to get back out there and keep going see. I went in with the idea that i wanted to pat on the back. And what happened is he sent me home. Kick kicking the rump. Saying if this is important for you the new. You're the only one that can make this happen. And at that point. I began relying more and more upon god because a new this is going to happen for a kid who didn't understand running and doing things never done before that would have to be happening with governed opened those doors and so the running developed again quickly and in june of nineteen sixty four. I became the first high school boy to run under four minutes and then in september of nineteen sixty four. I became the youngest runner. Middle-distance runner where you going to call it. The ever make the us track and field olympic team and went to tokyo so it was quite a transformation

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Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries

"The house committee investigating January's capital Reid has opened its first hearing with a focus on officers who were attacked I reported for duty at the capitol as usual early on the morning of January six from Vera capitol police officer Harry don and three law enforcement colleagues described a day of horror writers breaching the building while beating officers I could feel my myself losing oxygen recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending the sanctions I had been beaten unconscious and remained so for more than four minutes at best I would collapse and be a liability to my colleagues at worst be dragged down the crowd and lynched the officers are testifying before a panel with just two Republicans appointed by speaker Nancy Pelosi GOP leader Kevin McCarthy stopped other members from taking part calling the investigation a sham Sager made on me at the White House

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Basketball-US Men Fall to France in First Loss Since 2004

CBS Sports Radio

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

Basketball-US Men Fall to France in First Loss Since 2004

"The Nigeria and Australia and now a loss in the group stage opener to France 83 76 the Americans blowing a seven point lead over the final four minutes for their first Olympic defeat since 2000 and four Simone Biles said the highest individual score and qualifying,

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Back in Wimbledon Final, Djokovic to Face Italy's Berrettini

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Back in Wimbledon Final, Djokovic to Face Italy's Berrettini

"Other Djokovic has won through to his seventh Wimbledon final but not before a hard fought battle against rising Canadian star Denis Shapovalov the suit used all his experience to find it because of intense seven six seven five seven five when the took two out of forty four minutes to complete they will now chase a sixth Wimbledon crown and a twentieth career grand slam title that would pull him level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to do so he must beat the Italian seven save a tail Berra's teeny he reached his first major final with a full set win over the poll about a catch I'm going to make us

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Canadiens Beat Lightning 3-2 in OT, Avoid Stanley Cup Sweep

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Canadiens Beat Lightning 3-2 in OT, Avoid Stanley Cup Sweep

"Josh Anderson scored his second of the game in extra minutes and the Canadians avoided lightning sweep Monday night taking game four by a three two score that has managed to shut down the lightning's power play unit during a four minute my interests as the captain Shea Weber late in the game for high sticking penalty carried over in overtime and Tampa Bay only managed four shots Anderson's first period goal marked the first time the Canadian strike first in both territory in the series we didn't want to end it tonight in front of our fans you know we we expect to go to camp tomorrow I think everybody in the locker room death the difference in this one Carey price returning to superb form blocking thirty two of thirty four shots the lightning will look to win the final on Wednesday night in Tampa L. A. Larry here in Montreal

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Young Scores 48 Points, Hawks Beat Bucks 116-113 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Young Scores 48 Points, Hawks Beat Bucks 116-113 in Game 1

"With each playoff road win the hawks are certainly gaining everyone's attention became in the Milwaukee it took game one from the box one sixteen one thirteen Trey young with forty eight points gutting the hawks from a seven point deficit with four minutes left young in the hawks stunned the Milwaukee crowd he says he's always thrived on road games on the road in middle school I was always loved loved man on the road I love playing against opposing crowd and opposing team in it's just that you're really just you're with your team does just that it was quite capellas rebound basket with twenty nine seconds left that put the hawks ahead for good Capell had twelve points and nineteen rebounds young the son of the couple had thirty four points for the box game two is Friday night Chuck Freeman the walking

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Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe

The Maria Liberati Show

02:43 min | 6 months ago

Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe

"Is my recipe for penny pasta with corn shrimp and avocado. So you're going to take one and a half cups of penny pasta. Penne pasta works really well with this. You know pasta. There's lots of different shapes. Obviously but penny works really well with this one pound of fresh shrimp cleaned one half of an avocado one cup of fresh corn. No if you can't get fresh frozen we'll do but fresh is available now so check it out. And if you're anywhere near pennsylvania check out our delicious fresh pennsylvania corn three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil one fresh lemon one clip of garlic parsley taste. So just about a small handful of fresh parsley. You're going to chop that up now. This ingredient is optional. A quarter cup of dry white wine. Salt to taste peppered its haste You're going to boil the water for the pasta when the water comes to a rolling boil at the pasta and cook it according to the directions on the box. I always tell everyone when you're buying dry pasta. Usually the the company that makes it knows exactly how many minutes that pasta should cook to be al dente. Of course you have to taste because not everyone's Electric ranges or gas ranges. Or whatever you using to cook this on are all the same so you know even though it gives you a time to cook the pasta. Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm

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"four minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"four minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"In four minutes today president trump went live this morning at a press conference in India recapping his two day trip to that country had a great time we had a great meetings is a tremendous country to tremendous market and they really like us and I think they like us more now than they've ever liked because frankly we have a terrific a really great relationship between the prime minister myself president and First Lady of since boarded a nineteen hour flight back to the states and it Rideau high school janitors out of a job and facing felony charges he's accused of propping his phone in a bathroom to record female students police say on November eleventh two students found twenty nine year old Jeremy Walker's phone positioned under a sink so it would record the person in the stall it was still recording when they took it from the bathroom and handed it to the dean's office the phone was also placed in the women's restroom of the teacher's lounge a police report says Walker could be seen on video setting up the camera there were nine victims in all eight students and one teacher several days of footage was saved on the device a vida high administrators say the students parents were informed between the scales need twenty six point five W. D. B. L. thirty two a news ninety six point five W. D. BO let's say you have a male impotence or maybe you suffer from PC that can satisfy your partner if you have either or both of these embarrassing conditions premier men's Medical Center has the solution meet Dr Schwartz a specialist in men's health if you're experiencing E. D. R. P. E. premier.

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"four minutes" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"four minutes" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Not. it's four minutes after eleven o'clock on the Saturday good morning I'm Ron the Kerry live in the K. M. J. news room a ten year old boy is in critical condition at C. R. M. C. after being struck by a van on mark's Avenue near Santa Ana yesterday afternoon his father was trying to cross marks in the middle of the block with the boy in a one year old child the father suffered minor injuries in the one year old was on hurt an eight year old boy was killed in a car crash in really late yesterday afternoon Daniel lamers who was driving without a valid license failed to stop at the intersection at di Nuba and I'll drop his car hit a vehicle with two adults and the boy inside he died on impact the two adults suffered non life threatening injuries les mis is under arrest for vehicular manslaughter and driving without a license there's been a break in the cold case murder of a young Fresno woman twenty two year old Debbie Dorian was set to graduate from Fresno state it was nineteen ninety six but her body was discovered by her father she had been bound gagged raped and murdered in her apartment former Fresno police chief Jerry dire speaking Friday at headquarters said that valley investigators have use new DNA technology to link of I sell you a sex crime suspect to the cold case murder thank you doing staying is the primary suspect in the rape and murder of Debbie Dorian we anticipate the arrest of staying for. that murder and rape in the very very near future I want some additional investigative work is completed a buyer detectives fifty three year old stain was taken into custody on a DNA John Doe warrant into Larry county DNA evidence links Dorian's killer to up to seven assaults on women in by Celia the Fresno county DA's office says it will file murder and rape charges as soon as he is arrested Liz current K. M. J. news well get ready for higher prices at the pump Kim jae's Erin obey T. takes a look your prices in the Golden State now at their highest in four years last week saw more than thirty cents per gallon in Greece after a refinery explosion down in torrents rose no no averaging four oh eight a gallon according to triple a analysts say wholesale prices of actually seeing a noticeable decline but that's not likely to translate to lower prices at the pump for some time everybody DO K. M. J. news AJ any as agreeing to pay sixty five million dollars to settle California claims that it falsified records about how it notified construction workers about underground gas and electric lines regulators allege the PGA any employees frequently misrepresented how quickly they responded to requests to locate a mark gas pipelines the embattled utility is also accused of failing to provide enough qualified workers to help black electric cables the public utilities commission says failures in the notification system contributed to sixty seven cases were cruise struck underground lines while excavating although nobody did Deitz currently sixty eight degrees.

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"four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four minutes before the hour Friday morning the end of the work week for many of us here on first light as well so yesterday was just one of those days could go down in history as a turning point because now after that the hearing with the whistle blower on Capitol Hill two hearings when in the house one in the Senate the one in the Senate behind closed doors house Democrats seem to feel that they found their smoking telephone call and so for the first time there's a majority of the house of course it all Democrat votes between maybe about two twenty five to two thirty in the only need to eighteen to to cause an impeachment to go forward and if they decide that they're going to vote the to impeach the president and then as everybody expects it would go to the United States Senate but what happens there is much more up in the air than you might think so we we need to find out about this and it was down so that we know what's going to be coming up and then you can tell your friends you know make make barbets and say so it goes to the Senate is going to be trial right and then you maybe can win some money as we are joined now by Ross Garber who is a professor of constitutional law and other kinds of law at Tulane University he knows a lot about this so thanks for joining us this morning on first light professor. I'm happy to be here so you apparently know enough about impeachment that you can help us out with this question now we've always assumed and it had been the case in the past when the president has been impeached it has gone to the Senate for trial. I thought that when the president nominates a Supreme Court justice that the Senate is supposed to conduct a confirmation process that didn't happen and now there's some doubt as to what actually might happen in the Senate if for instance Mitch McConnell says you know what I don't want to do that so what what is the legality of this what's in the constitution how does this work. is that the Senate is the sole Trier of the impeachment it's up to the Senate and to the Senate actually gets to set the rules of the Supreme Court has ratified that there is no court that's gonna review how the Senate performs its trial. the court is going to look over the Senate shoulders the Senate gets to decide how the trial goes with the procedures are what the rules are and I think it's pretty well accepted that the Senate can decide could not even hold the trial at all thanks in the bill Clinton's impeachment and removal proceedings of this and that there was a motion to dismiss that was filed by Clinton's lawyers and considered by the Senate and so that is a possibility here if this case gets to the Senate the Senate could decide to dismiss the charges without holding a trial now when you say a motion to dismiss that sounds like something that would actually technically be considered part of a trial yeah but it but it's not because people think about a trial with the think about or witnesses testifying. and presenting evidence documents and the triers of fact in this case senators sitting around and and listening to the testimony and considering the evidence and so by motion to dismiss it was sort of short circuits that process where essentially the senators would say you know we don't even think there's an off here. your evidence and go through the whole trial procedure I think most people agree that that's within the Senate's right to do if they decide to do that so the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is the presiding person in the chamber so would be up to the Chief Justice to decide to dismiss. that's not the traditional wall with the Chief Justice in. presidential impeachment trials but we only had two and so it's it's hard to say it's more likely though that it would be the senators themselves with the side. whether to dismiss the charges and not even have a trial or have a trial so what this whole process looks like it's very much up to the Senate which is you know is controlled by Republicans at this point law professor Ross Garber of Tulane University is with us this morning on first light so if there is a a motion to dismiss would have to be done by a photo and if so what would carry a majority two thirds. we wouldn't have to be compared to probably would just be a majority of the Senate that we have to decide to. the card is in the whole trial the other thing that could happen is that the Senate decides to. not hold proceedings at all. no way to force the Senate actually do anything in this regard so the way it would work is the house would present articles of impeachment the Senate and the Senate could just sit on those articles and not do anything at all the whole trial not even dismissed the charge I think that's unlikely. wouldn't look very good. conceivably that's what the Senate could do no one can force the Senate actually hold the trial so why would the founding fathers leave all this ambiguity in this procedure which just opens up the possibilities of all kinds of political mischief the the Democrats might think well you know if the Republicans just staff we send this over there and they do nothing and then we were stuck we're done with our investigations we can't make headlines we can't continue to investigator made points we're we're we're just stuck in neutral and if they fear that that's going to happen they could just stretch this on run out the clock and continue on with their impeachment enquiring right through the election season and continue to score points without having to actually prove it in a trial and the Republicans might say well you know what that we can just dismiss it out of hand and and remove this as a campaign issue or we can be in a rush it through. get a verdict have hips and basically allowing that the Republicans to say well he's been acquitted he's innocent so does this too much mischief involved here politics how did the founding fathers not not done realize that actually. framers actually structured the way they did for a reason they didn't want to take the politics out of the impeachment removal process the notion was power. location in the office. the politics involved in. impeaching and removing the public official also in part because it provides for accountability back to the people in keeping this is not a strictly legal process in fact it's mostly a political process. legal and political life in addition to teaching about impeachment for impeachment so you're probably defended for impeachment for and any other lawyer ever hash. always a faerie faery political process there's no way to take the politics out of it and the framers. it's hard to see who benefits from any of this I I don't see the Democrats benefiting. each meant and I don't see the Republicans benefit by playing around with it it seems like an awful situation where both sides are kind of stuck there so it'll be very very interesting to see how this works out but I know right now there are a lot of people saying I had no idea and they're shocked by what they are probably probably shocked by what they're hearing from you professor. buckle up I think they're gonna be a lot more shocks the common this is a very very rare process hasn't happened often in our history and there are very few power tools and so I think the listener should probably be prepared for more surprises well we've been talking with a professor Ross Garber of Tulane University where he teaches law thanks for being with us this morning at first light thanks for having sixteen before the hour now on first 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760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Only four minutes before the hour on this Wednesday morning it's a calm Wednesday morning in Washington DC quiet right now but that things may change in a couple of hours when folks start filing into the offices and going up and down the hallways on Capitol Hill because well and I guess it's more or less official Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house of representatives have launched a formal impeachment enquiring against president Donald Trump this is after months of investigations by house Democrats of the president and you know it's a it's a confrontation it's a direct confrontation now with president trump and you know it's got all kinds of implications for the twenty twenty election campaign and that our constitutional system of checks and balances it seems like it's not good politics for the Democrats I think the speaker has has you know she understands that one reason why she's been going very very slow on this but the the latest situation with Ukraine just push some of the members over the edge and when it came finally to the point where some of these moderate members the people that were that they call the majority makers brand new Democrats freshman members of Congress who won election in districts where president trump was very popular or they house today Republican incumbent when they started swinging and saying swinging around saying yes we're we we need to do an impeachment I guess that was that was the icing on the cake and now it is happening but we want to find out what that actually means they've already been investigating we want to find out what that means for action in the house and where this is all going so I mention people showing up live on Capitol Hill we look at Jerry bought lander up early this morning to do just that for us good morning Gerry and thanks for being with us on first light. hello. are we having some difficulty bringing in Jerry bowed lander. all right well we're gonna we're gonna bring him back somehow we lost the signal we'll take a break and we'll come back in two minutes but by the way you know September is national preparedness month don't wait for a disaster to think about your family's safety check out simply say it's the award winning wireless home security that you can set up in under an hour it's just fifteen dollars a month for twenty four seven professional monitoring.

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KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Four minutes before the hour on this Wednesday morning it's a calm Wednesday morning in Washington DC quiet right now but that things may change in a couple of hours when folks start filing into the offices and going up and down the hallways on Capitol Hill because well and I guess it's more or less official Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house of representatives have just launched a formal impeachment enquiring against president Donald Trump this is after months of investigations by house Democrats of the president and you know it's a it's a confrontation it's a direct confrontation now with president trump and you know it's got all kinds of implications for the twenty twenty election campaign and that our constitutional system of checks and balances it seems like it's not good politics for the Democrats I think the speaker has has you know she understands that one reason why she's been going very very slow on this but the the latest situation with Ukraine just push some of the members over the edge not and when it came finally to the point where some of these moderate members the people that were that they call the majority makers brand new Democrats freshman members of Congress who won election in districts where president trump was very popular or they house today Republican incumbent when they started swinging and saying. yes where we we need to do an impeachment I guess that was that was the icing on the cake and now it is happening but we want to find out what that actually means they've already been investigating we want to find out what that means for action in the house and where this is all going so I mention people showing up live on Capitol Hill we look at Jerry bowed lander up early this morning to do just that for us good morning Gerry and thanks for being with us on first light. hello. are we having some difficulty bringing in Jerry about lander. all right well we're gonna we're gonna bring him back somehow we lost the signal we'll take a break and we'll come back in two minutes but by the way you know September is national preparedness.

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KIIS 102.7

04:09 min | 2 years ago

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Four minutes session the intelligence committees next this afternoon this is boxing meanwhile university of Houston political analyst Brandon running Aouzou studies interaction between Congress and the executive branch correctly predicted a very little is being learned in these hearings prize the integrity of the report I don't think he's going to want to challenge anybody I don't think you're going to go too far off script and I think he's gonna try to stick to what he really talked and he certainly hasn't the first two hearings have ended on Capitol Hill now they're on to number two a mandate for employers to offer paid sick leave supposed to go into effect August first and this city in business groups agreed to delay it to December to work out the Kinks several labor groups tried to stop that delay but a judge this morning allowed it to happen the thin blue line getting a whole lot dinner fewer Americans want to become police officers in white shortage of police officers is being blamed not only on a good economy but rising anti cop sentiment and a lack of respect for those who were the badge the New York officers getting doused with water is a stark example but police say they are not isolated according to the department of justice there's been eleven percent drop in cops per capita since nineteen ninety seven and in raw numbers there twenty three thousand fewer officers that in twenty thirteen and people in Mexico being murdered at a rate that is unprecedented Mexico's Daily News reports three thousand murders in June alone that's the most in any month on record quick check of your money on Wall Street the Dow is down a hundred and thirteen points breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W. away I dot com it's brought to you by comfort air engineering or Rush Limbaugh had done use radio twelve hundred W. away I give these out.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Twenty four minutes before the hour here on first light glad to hear that we're going to get back to some more normal temperatures because it is it has been a hot a lot of us are still limp pay an hour about two hundred million of us around the country under this immense heat dome I think I mentioned earlier in the broadcast that at about eleven o'clock on Saturday night at around the time the exact time of the Apollo eleven moon landing when the eagle I flew down and landed on the surface of the moon back on July twentieth of nineteen sixty nine at that moment there are hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people all down on the national mall flooding that whole area to take a look at that one of the most amazing sights a life size projection of the Saturn five rocket ready for launch on the launch pad projected on to the side of the Washington Monument whatever brilliant brilliant idea and I have a giant giant speakers there so when that thing took off and you can see like the thing was going up in the air and that the sound shaking the earth big big screens they had a little program with some of the behind the scenes stuff in the ground in mission control and also president Kennedy's speech from nineteen sixty one in nineteen sixty two where he talked about sending a man to the moon well within the decade what was one of the most amazing things because it was almost like watching a presidential address down there and the president made a reference to to the weather because the day he spoke at Rice University today where he said that will do it in this decade it was a very hot dating made a reference to something being is almost as hot as it is here today and the audience erupted almost as loudly as they did when the that we saw the Saturn rocket go up so that was a was initially it was really really hot and had.

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KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Thirty four minutes past the hour. The US Iran or taking actions that move them step closer to potential all out conflict Tehran, says it will no longer comply with the nuclear deal that keeps it from making nuclear weapons, which means it could start enriching uranium on track to weapons grade levels in Washington. The Trump administration has deployed, one thousand more troops to the Middle East. It's decided to do so, and that as a deterrent as well as a signal to allies worried about keeping open shipping lanes and the latest this morning Saudi military spokesperson says the kingdom has intercepted to bomb Laden drones launched by Yemen's Iranian-backed who the rebels Jerry selection's begun in the trial of a decorated navy seal charged with killing an ISIS prisoner in his care. A panel of twelve sailors and marines was being questioned Monday about their. -periences and any bias, they may have in the case of special operations chief Edward Gallagher. Gallagher's pleaded not guilty to charge of murder in the killing and also attempted murder in the shootings of two Iraqi civilians in two thousand seventeen Los Angeles. Police say an off duty officer who shot and killed a man inside of a southern California Costco over the weekend won't have any contact with the public during the criminal, probe and separate department review. Police in the city of corona are investigating Friday's shooting that left Kenneth French dead. And his parents critically wounded and LAPD officer said the officer who hasn't been identified has been assigned administrative duties during the investigations the officers attorney claims that Kenneth French attacked him. And the officer.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Now is twenty four minutes and fifteen on that outbound trip for personalized traffic on demand. Get the traffic Chicago app, approved by the mortgage experts team hockberg just search. T. R. A F F. I X Chicago. And now the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center today, the clouds have already started to move in. We're getting up to a high of about seventy seven degrees today. Tonight a fifty percent chance of showers mainly overnight. Tomorrow, take that umbrella. We could see thunderstorms in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy with a high near seventy three degrees right now. It is seventy two degrees at O'Hare seventy-one at midway, we've got seventy six down in Aurora and sixty three at the lakefront. I'm Pam Jones in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven, twenty WGN eighth. Onset. Went me. Eleven forty on WGN. Point. Saturdays at this time producer Griffin. Reduces us to a song that he thinks maybe we should know a little bit about a pay attention to. We rated on a scale of London a.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Coming up. Four minutes from now. Eric kill stats week in review, before we officially turn the page into the week to come. We'll look back one more time at the week in review, and then before the nine o'clock hour at eight fifty a remarkable accomplishment by a couple of students that was -sconsin Lutheran highschool perfect ACT scores on their very first try, I spoke with both of them, and we'll bring you that conversation at eight fifty a couple of kids, a heck of a lot smarter than me. That is for sure right now, though, it is eight thirty speaking of people smarter than me. Good morning. Twenty bedrock learning Scott one person is that into lock after an overnight shooting near twenty third in Highland officers arriving on scene to find a twenty three year old man unresponsive and other twenty year old man suffered a gunshot wound police are still investigating the shooting funeral arrangements are set for an Appleton firefighter killed in the line of duty Appleton. Fire chief Jeremy Hansen says the six PM service tomorrow for Mitch guard at the apple two lines church is not opened. To the public and says, citizens are encouraged by the processional route from red Schneider, Trenton, nickel funeral chapel to the church as well as the return trip to the funeral home public education will be held from three to five thirty tomorrow night's ample Leeson, Texas calling up an amber alert issued last night when an eight year old girl was inducted on the street while walking with their mother Fort Worth police announcing early this morning. She has been found after peop someone spotted the suspect's car. The fifty one year old suspect does face charges of aggravated kidnapping.

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"four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:45 min | 2 years ago

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"It is twenty four minutes before the hour our Wednesday morning on first light, and you know, about one hundred fourteen confederate symbols and that includes forty eight monuments have been removed in twenty two of these United States in the last couple of years. You know, what happens in these stories, and, you know, sometimes they're done in the middle of the night because of the city people city government does not wanna have trouble when some folksy these monuments coming down, and they also don't want celebrations by people who are happy to see them go, but still a lot of controversy in many places, and what's been happening. There's sort of a new movement now with we've in some places city councils and state legislatures moving to either protect or or take away protections for the for these monuments memorials to confederate soldiers or just to the cause in general of the of the confederate cause and so it's moving into St Leger. Dislosures now legislative approaches that the way to go better than you know, folks demonstrating up and down streets and getting excited. We there has been some violence over these things and women killed in Charlottesville a couple of years ago and a lot of wounds still in that city and the monument in fact that they were that caused all the trouble down there. Robert E Lee still up. I'm not sure if it's still covered by a tarp or not I've not I've not been in that area for for a while. But last I saw it was covered by a tarp. And they may have taken the tarp off. I'm not sure, but the monument is still there because they're all kinds of legalities about the the land that it's on public land or state land or private land and who owns it and how you can remove things. And and there are some some grand about things being built before certain dates can be removed certain things built after before other dates be removed. So there's a lot of technicalities on these things. But a lot of a lot of people. It's not a technicality. It's an emotional thing either. You might be emotionally attached to the idea of. Honoring the confederate soldiers or you might be emotionally attached to finding them distasteful reminders of time and a cause that you disagree with. And don't want to be reminded of especially if the confederate flag isn't evolved. Which is a very hurtful symbol for so many people who don't even like to see it. Because even that is an irritation and bother other people, I guess perhaps feel some pride in that perhaps more as a cultural thing rather than a political statement. But at any rate, that's where we are this morning and one of the latest battles has been fought out in the Texas State legislature the legislature there runs out pretty soon. I think they've only got maybe less than two weeks left to go. And they had a lot of testimony recently in a lot of emotion. Lot of opposition from some legislators who did not like the Texas Senate moving toward proving Bill to would actually have the effect of expanding protections for historical monuments. So we're going to bring in our correspondent from tex-. Now. Clayton Neville to get us up to date on what's happening in the Lone Star state, Michael the Texas Senate has voted to approve a Bill that would make it more difficult to remove confederate monuments or any historical statues from city your state became increasingly popular after an attack insurance Vilbert junior at a white supremacist rally in two thousand seventeen Texas Senator Brandon Creighton authored the Bill that would require a supermajority of two thirds vote by state or city governing body to take them on down. One should not decide the fate of our pieces of history behind closed doors Creedon told his colleagues that history shouldn't be a raced, even if it's viewed in a negative light. I'm just simply saying we need to own it outright. And then we need to continue to walk and continue on that journey continue to learn from it. So that everybody can be educated correctly. Some black.

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"four minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:23 min | 2 years ago

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"And we have four minutes away from news, weather, traffic and lots of phone calls to get to. Let's go back up to Maitland and talked to art art. You're almost there long. Hey there. Sarah. About with those mortars. The pros and cons. Just just very briefly. Okay. This is an interesting topic. And I'll be completely transparent with you one. I only know the very basics about because when you are doing we'll call them your purchase mortgage or your forward facing mortgage. It gets very difficult to also do reverse mortgages at the same time. Which is why a lotta times there certain banks and lenders that only specialize in reverse mortgages, it gets very complicated. But art, I will share this my personal thoughts on reverse mortgages. I look at them like at just will rate mortgage. Right. It is a legitimate valid loan product. If you understand what you're getting and you plan around it, very carefully. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. But the majority I feel the majority of people getting verse mortgages don't really understand the product that they're getting either because it's not explained them properly or they're they're only looking at what they want here now. So if you if you plan accordingly. And you have so not between just your your lender or your Bank, issuing the mortgage. But then also you wanna make sure you're bringing your say your you're willing trust attorney into that as well. And when you talk about your passing on your assets when you're gone because when you pass, and you have a reverse mortgage that does leave responsibilities to your heirs in terms of that loan is now do so if you're if you're careful about it, if you truly understand which I recommend bringing your attorney into it. There's nothing wrong with it. Okay. I did it a second question. Tax changes on my wife, and I currently own our house free and clear in a free. New look down the road and retiring to four years do sell the property have been any changes in again, I can only speak very limited on this subject. But art, depending on how long you've had your property, obviously, there's a difference between short term and long term capital gains. And also if it's your if are we talking about primary home here. We've been twenty years, and it's free and clear when it's a primary home and you've had again as long as you have. I don't believe that. She would actually be looking at any any type of obviously not short term capital gains. But if I'm not mistaken, I also don't think you'd have any long term capital gains on that. When you're talking about a primary residence over over twenty years, but I'd have to defer to a CPA or an accountant on that one. I will I will do that. Very welcome have a great weekend. Our thanks so much of the phone call if you want arts line eight four four to two zero zero nine six five that is eight four four to two zero zero nine six five were thirty seconds away. From lays news weather traffic. So I wanna tell Mark Arnie, rainy Ishmael and Ranil hang on the line. We have a nice big segments. We're gonna get all your questions, don't worry. And if we don't talk to you off the air, so hang on the line, and Sarah they wanna reach during the week. What's the best way often? The.

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"four minutes" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"four minutes" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"When you accept all things as they are, it doesn't mean, you're happy. Like, I wasn't happy. I was in a car accident. I wasn't happy. I got cancer. When you accept all things as they are you accept unconditionally? It's more powerful than happiness because happiness is an emotion, which is fleeting, right? We've all been happy one minute phone call change that like what? Oh, yeah. Right. So, but when you accept things you can't change and you live in the state of unconditional acceptance. It's it doesn't produce an emotional state. It's an emotional neutrality where it's neutral, it's in between happiness and sadness is a state of peace. It's a state of unwavering piece. It's it's a state of being where your motion neutral, and then you can go. Okay. I can't change it. So there's no point in feeling bad about it. Okay. I get that. I'm a smart person. And it takes training like I say do a thirty day challenge. And and at first people go how many when I speak on this raise your hand. If you think five minutes feels like kind of a short time, and you're going to be upset longer. And they're like, oh, I need more than five minutes, and I get like five hours to be pissed off right on and I go that's what I thought when I learned this. And here's what happened. I set my timer for five minutes the first time, and I'm like, oh, this is bullshit. I did Reverend by biometrics often like still mad, and then, but I went okay, I'm going to stick to. Okay. Deep breath. Can't change it. Okay. Still. I still have these resonant negative, you know, emotional, whatever. And then after I mean, it was literally a few days, maybe the third fourth fifth time. I set the timer. I set the timer. And I'm like son of I can't believe this lady cancelled the appointment. This was a huge needed this. And then I'm like bullshit, man. And I picked up my phone, and I'm like, four minutes and seventeen seconds. And I go what what's the point of being upset for four more minutes when I could just get on the phone and schedule another two appointments and make up for this. So it was extraordinary. How I went from thinking, oh based on my current paradigm, and my reality and my emotional patterns five minutes is not enough to within a week less than a week. I'm like, oh, I don't need five minutes. I need five seconds to like get mad, and they'd be like can't change it and move on. And so you recondition this. And that's why when I had cancer I was able to accept it within five minutes and not even though I'm still seventy percent chance of dying and leaving your kids. I'm like, okay. Well, if that happens, I have whatever I'll deal with that. I mean, I'm going to have to process this. But I'm not gonna let motion will be paint pain be part of the journey because I don't have to. So when you hear this sound. Four. And it's like, I don't, you know. And let me give you one more example Jordan for people to really understand what Di back into the two equations, but I mean, the two decisions, but the, but traffic is a great example, most people. Hey, Rachel traffic. Right. Of course. I hate traffic. I'm like, well, why would you hate traffic? Like, you can't change at the cars and funny. We're going slow. You can't change that you're gonna be late. Now, you can't change any of those things, but you can choose to accept all the things that are out of your control. And then just turn up the radio or smile and feel happy or focus on things you're excited about in your life or focus on your what you're grateful for whatever. And so I love traffic because it's a microcosm for life to realize that oh, I get to choose whether or not I enjoy the journey. I get to chew I can be upset over the traffic upset over the things. I can't change upset over the fact that he had cancer in fact that I lost my job. I can let these destroy me and made me depressed and angry or.

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"four minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"four minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Show and four minutes. We continue our team coverage of UCF faculty member accused of stabbing him to death last month ordered to stay in the Orange County jail without bond on a murder charge. Defendant erased multiple text messages between the victim and herself. There was also bleach found and this defended attempted to clean up blood. That was pulled by the victim's body of the hearing the state said witnesses told police Michael Redlak showed signs of abuse by his wife prior to that murder. She's now facing life in prison if convicted of second degree murder and evidence tampering, and we're learning more about an Osceola county student who died this week after getting off a school bus report. By w k m g says eighteen year old JJ Benjamin fell unconscious on his way, home from hope. A high school in Kissimmee Benjamin has cerebral palsy and used a wheelchair. But when his family members picked him up on Tuesday. They noticed he was hunched over swollen and unresponsive. Osceola county sheriff's spokesman Jacob Ruis said the students cause of death does not appear to be suspicious Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO. Oh, the mystery of a 20-foot-long barnacle covered wooden cross that washed ashore Fort Lauderdale beach last weekend might have been solved today. A woman tells the Miami Herald she thinks the cross used to be on an island off North Carolina in memory of her brother who disappeared while on a solo hunting trip. See a picture of the wooden cross read more about that story on the news ninety six point five WDBO at we're getting a lot of shout outs from our listeners saying hi to their favorite law enforcement officer, it started as a feel good story about an Orange County deputy sharing his launch with a homeless, man. But after inviting listeners to use the open mic to call attention to their favorite law enforcement officer. It's become something bigger the officer. That deserves.

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The Full 48

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"four minutes" Discussed on The Full 48

"It's just I don't blame Orlando because I do think that the rifle is always take the best player available and less your situation prevents that player from maximizing its potential inclusive. It's just even an all star type year, you kind of predicted that, but but you know, he's how can you get better by by not really playing. I'm a big I'm a I'm big on having rookies play make mistakes early and play through those mistakes. So they learn faster. I think that kinda expedites the whole development process and bomb. It doesn't have that in our Landau. This his middle on four minutes to eighteen minutes to ten years a twenty five minute game. And then back down to four minutes. I think he's got to have the opportunity to build rhythm. And he hasn't had that arlando. So it's really tough for me to judge. You know, how well he's been in. I don't know what goes on behind the seat there in terms of his work ethic. But I know everybody raves about him off before unbelievably bright. So I I don't know what's going on with that situation. And but yeah, that's to hear that. They would be willing to to even dangle him. In trade offers is pretty surprising to me. Yeah. I was surprised to hear it as well. And and again, I don't know how that is. But you but that was a rumor that made the rounds. I'd heard it from GM. And when I mentioned it to another GM that person said, yes, you did hear the same thing recently. So. Before let you go. Is there one guy in the twenty nine thousand nine class that you're going to have your I most on between now in the tournament or just now in the end of the of the college season is there is there. One guy who thinks still has a chance to make a big move up the board or kind of entrench themselves as that number two number two. I mean, I really think John Ranjit the guy who ends up going number two and everybody has to bat as the number two guy. I think it's just because you have twenty four points at times reminds me of the local situation when Okafor was kind of the obvious number one. And then towns went more upside surpassed in the middle of the phone number three is somebody wants it. The more sexy play in Russell. And so I think Barry ends up going three. I think goes number two. There's just before so few guys with number two of roll type upside that I it's hard to pick her, you know, outside of Barrett in Moran. Anyone else cracking? That top three. I really like Jack Culver from Texas Tech. Although he doesn't come off the high upside guy, we're going. Hey, dress. So you know, again, I want I don't wanna use the word week. But without so many obvious answers after pulled. Who could really rise to me as well? And also we haven't mentioned Bobo from Oregon who could have been a top five pick before he pet that stress fracture in his foot. It's gonna see what happens with with the medical reports and stuff, but in terms of upside gay, he's another guy who could have problem within about four pick before that foot injury. Gotcha. Well, plenty plenty to watch. We will all prepare by our tickets for the Zion hype train. Got a jump on board before it's too late. I guess I'm still I don't know. I'm I'm still curious to see it. And then as as I always put out my my caveats during the season. There's too much NBA to watch. So I'm not watching these guys which is why I need to lean on my guy. Johnny wass to to to fill me and make sure that I haven't left myself to four out in the cold on on these draft prospects, but a clear. The next time. I come on I want I feel confident now that can be who you I mean, look at this is this is this is how it goes you have to build step by step just like an NBA player a prospect, you can still rise to guru status Jonathan Wasserman. I am confident. Good good. I'm here. Either company. Excellent. Having you as always, my friend. We'll have to do this again sometime around the end of the tournament maybe pre lottery, and we'll see we're all the tips have fallen by. Then. Are you interested in learning how enterprise scale companies drive organic traffic to increase their online visibility than download the voices of search.

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"four minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"four minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Boss was listening to be four minutes of Jesse McCartney coal playing. I just did. Probably wouldn't be any fun. If we preview these things at a time when we do still fly. What do you mean? You just got word. Well, he texted me that he was that he got a bunch of songs right in the throwback Throwdown. Which might mean that he likes it. It will be very interesting Whitney because you don't play you know, how hard maybe we should have him come in and play the game. When we we shed. And we gotta talk to John about the tattooed thing in a second. But remember how hard we had to fight to keep the segment on the air kaylin. I think you recall a number of meetings where the previous regime suggested that it was not a good segment. It was more. So tomorrow's sagged. Oh, the Friday throwback dance party. Also a segment that the that the management was not a fan of they do not enjoy a however the listeners enjoy. Segment, and that's what we're here for the last time. I checked that's what we're here to do. You know as make the listeners happy, right? It is new guy about the new guy. James? I don't think he's going to be like a research project guy. You know? I I don't think it's going to be like, let's look at the research on this. And let's let's let's get a whiteboard out. And let's make sure this is the low hanging fruit. You know what I'm saying? Because we we're gonna make sure it's the low hanging fruit because we're going to circle back on this. And what are the slogans? He used to us. You know, he was in. Guys. We gotta chum the waters for the low hanging fruit because he was into all that office jargon. And by the way it worked. Because now he's a corporate guy. You know, the guy got promoted, but I feel like he heard those words being used by corporate folks, you know, that it was like I gotta use the corporate speak. What is the corporate corporate speak? These terms. They drive me. Absolutely crazy. Corporate jargon is a whole Wikipedia page about it. I'll do little research while you do the entertainment report, and we can go through this less because every time we do this list. It's like people listen in here these things at work, and they're like. I.

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