35 Burst results for "Last Thirty"

NBC's Tokyo Olympics Viewership Gets off to Rough Start

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

NBC's Tokyo Olympics Viewership Gets off to Rough Start

"The first batch of Olympic ratings are in and it looks like NBC will not be winning any viewership metals the first two nights of NBC's Olympic coverage have not exactly been winners each of the night's ratings has been down more than thirty percent from those post for the games in twenty sixteen and the prospects are not exactly pointing to an upswing before the game's end there's been a spate of bad news involving U. S. athletes not the least of which is Simone Biles pulling out of the women's gymnastics competition it is unclear whether the drop in viewership can be blamed on the lack of interest in the Olympics after the a one year delay because of the corona virus or may just reflect the fact that fewer of us are watching traditional TV between all the cord cutting going on and the proliferation of streaming services available I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 hrs ago

Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Exeter man has been sentenced to forty five months in prison for leaking drone information a former Air Force intelligence analyst and later defense contractor was sentenced to forty five months in prison Tuesday for leaking a dozen secret and top secret documents on U. S. drone strikes to a reporter in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen thirty three year old Daniel Hale accepted responsibility for his actions but he told a federal judge he felt compelled to leak the information out of guilt over his own participation in the program that he believed indiscriminately killed civilians in Afghanistan prosecutors said documents leaked by Hale were founded in internet compilation of material designed to help Islamic state fighters avoid detection court papers did not specify the recipient of the leaked information but details about the case made it clear the documents were given to Jeremy Scahill a reporter at the intercept might cross CO Washington

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Wu-Tang Clan Album Sale Pays off Martin Shkreli's Court Debt

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

Wu-Tang Clan Album Sale Pays off Martin Shkreli's Court Debt

"The single copy of the unreleased album by Wu Tang clan that was owned by entrepreneur Martin Shkreli has been sold for an undisclosed sum I'm marquees are loaded with the latest who has the once upon a time in Shaolin album by Wu Tang clan there's only one copy and Martin Shkreli A. K. A. pharma bro bought it for two million dollars in twenty fifteen he was convicted in twenty seventeen of securities fraud federal prosecutors sold the album Tuesday to satisfy Shkreli seven point four million dollar forfeiture order while prosecutors will not say who is the new owner or how much that person paid they will say the sale covers the rest of what Shkreli owed the album came in a silver jeweled box and all thirty one tracks have never been played in public

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Biden Mileage Rule to Exceed Obama Climate Goal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 hrs ago

Biden Mileage Rule to Exceed Obama Climate Goal

"President Biden is proposing tougher vehicle mileage standards to cut greenhouse gases industry and government officials briefed on the plan tell the Associated Press that under the blighted ministration the environmental protection agency and department of transportation are expected to release propose rules that would tighten tail pipe emissions standards rolled back under president trump applying a framework from California the rules would begin with the twenty twenty three car model year and ramp up in twenty twenty five to a bottle error levels above five percent annual increase in the mileage standard they're shooting for forty percent of all new car sales to be electric by twenty thirty the move comes at a time when Americans are buying record numbers of less efficient pickup trucks and SUVs Jennifer king Washington

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What Is an Unexpected Calling

The Call with Nancy Sabato

02:10 min | 15 hrs ago

What Is an Unexpected Calling

"Sewer back with melanie red. And she's talking about her calling. And you're calling and what you're doing and melanie you've had a calling on your life in many different ministries and just recently. You've become a health coach with your husband randy. Let's talk about that okay. Well i'll tell you this. Nancy people ask me. How will i tell them. I just get up every morning. I henry black abbey who wrote experiencing god. He said he gets up every day and he says god. What are we doing today. And he wants to live on mission in an adventure with god and so. That's kind of how we see our labs is we're just everyday is an adventure with him. This time. Last year my husband was having some heart issues and he had to have three cents put in his heart. Doctor said if he does not lose weight. I'm going to be cracking him. Open and it scared us and so we started this health journey where we said we gotta lose weight. We've live differently. Not just change a little bit or changed for a couple of months. We need to change our laps and so we went on an adventure. And we've lost together. He's lost about fifty pounds. I lost over thirty and We just changed the way we live. We eat to live. we don't live to eight. We're more active. We feel better. Were taking better care of ourselves because we feel like we wanna live are however many more years god gives us healthy and feeling good and not in a doctor's office is so that's kind of how that came about and then other people started saying what are you doing and so. It's been a lot of fun nancy. Because i didn't set out to do it but we've been able to help over fifty people start to lose weight and feel better so that's really great. That's fine but we were just kind of doing arab thing living life and got added this to our plate. Yeah it's like it's his own ministry you know and that's an even though you start out with what you think you're supposed to be doing. You may end up. God may end up putting you in so many different ways using you in so many different ways right to say i tell my kids that my kids are in their twenties and they're kind of figuring out their futures in their careers i saw. I think it was. Gary banner check said the other day. You don't have to decide what you're doing for the rest of your life. You just have to decide what to do tomorrow.

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Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden

The Pomp Podcast

02:19 min | 17 hrs ago

Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden

"Lynn thank you so much for doing this. Hey thanks for having me absolutely. Let's maybe start with for those that don't know you maybe give a quick thirty seconds on just what you spend all day doing and then kind of your perspective with the research service that you've got which i think is absolutely fantastic and high suggest people go subscribe to but how do you kind of think of your day to day role and what you spend your time focused on mostly research so my background is initially an engineering and i went into engineering management kind of blended into finance and then now i i work fulltime. Doing investment research as independent analysts as most of my time is research books on individual companies as well as physically major sectors and overall what's happening in the macro space so inflation policy that sort of thing got it and so when you look where we are today it feels like the fed is the most important person in the market and kind of their monetary policy decisions. Some of the fiscal policy decisions that are being made as well. How do you kind of create a framework to evaluate what's happening and what the impact of that will be in the future. Is there a specific framework that you use. The closest thing after a framework is the concept of the long-term debt cycle popularized by radio. And so. that's the idea that you know we go through these five. Ten year business cycles With with rising debt. And you have a recession and then you you go into next cycle but if you string a bunch of those together we actually seen is that. Each cycle doesn't reset to the previous one in terms of debt or industry. Since what you get it's higher and higher debt as a percent of gdp over time and you get lower lower interest rates and that that that happens for decades until industry rates run into roughly zero or some cases mildly negative and so they run out of that policy. Ruin up to pull in other types of tools and so the last time we were in this type of virement in most countries was actually back in the nineteen forties. And so you know. We have a lot of analog to that time obviously with different technology at things like that. So that's that's actually my main probably a model framework But then you know more more tactically. I'm just kind of looking at. What are the bottlenecks in the system. policymakers to do something. and so. because we're at the end of a long term death cycle. We're in a very macro heavy environment. And some of things that people expect the past say thirty four years are behaving very differently this environment that that's how i approach

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A Deep Dive Into Dried Tattoo Specimen

Decoder Ring

02:16 min | 21 hrs ago

A Deep Dive Into Dried Tattoo Specimen

"You'll really struck by the humanness of these objects you know they're not really straightforwardly. Objects they a pieces of people in two thousand nine jemma angel then. A graduate student heard about a very unique opportunity. The chance to study a set of three hundred dried tattoo specimens basically preserved pieces of human skin with tattoos on them so creepy but gemma was fascinated. It's a morbid fascination there's something repellent about it also draws two at the same the skins are part of the wellcome collection assembled at a time when criminologists were interested in exploring a connection between tattoos and criminal behaviour jemma applied for the position and when she went in for an interview. A few of the tattoos were in clear. Boxes at the front of the room just went straight over to the and started examining them. I'm so drawn to. The tattoos had supposedly been gathered between eighteen. Thirty and eighteen twenty nine in france allegedly from criminals and sailors. But no one knew exactly who the tattoos came from or who collected them or how jebel wanted to get as many answers as she could. It's like being a historical detective of the three hundred specimens which vary in size subject and technique. One in particular stood out to her. It's an especially well preserved piece of skin from a man's chest. It has a large figure of a girl on it. She has long dark hair and she's staring back towards the viewer it's professionally applied and the girl's face though a little distorted is enigmatic. Even a little forlorn her face resting on her hands. Over the last century criminologists have paid special attention to this tattooed to theorising about. Its meaning and writing about it into the late. Nineteen sixties girl is described as being his true love because she's positioned on his chest of his halts. The criminologists there is reading the body like taxed but i was so that that interpretation was not quite right so it's been kind my mission against to reconstruct his

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An Interview With Author Christine Leunens

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:06 min | 1 d ago

An Interview With Author Christine Leunens

"Lunes is a wonderful author. Who's two thousand eight. Caging skies was the nucleus of joe. Joe rabbit very excited to have christine in the podcast today. Christine welcome. thank you tarik so off air. We started talking a little bit about hartford because this is for those listening where christine was born. And obviously we've been listening to the podcast. I live in western massachusetts about thirty minutes away. So how long were you in hartford. Four christine so about three and a half years. So i guess the very vital first years and then we need to. We went then after to massachusetts springfield and west springfield massachusetts. Okay so you went from hartford to springfield. And how holidays you spend in springfield christine. Listen i think. I was seven years old when then we went down to florida and then from florida i went to university and then as a teenager. I went to paris in my younger years. I did go stock because my mother was italian italian-born and my father was belgian and so as a teenager. I was just very interested to go back to europe and discovered the family the family in belgium the family in italy Yes and that makes a lot of sense. Let me ask you so. I want to get into your move in pairs and the second in your your education you move to paris as a teenager and i know that i hope i have this correct. You have a very close reporting relationship with your grandfather. Is that correct christine. Yes that is so he was. He was living himself in paris at the time so he was belgian born but living in paris since over thirty years when i was there so it was quite exciting because he was painter and he did sculpture to and we used to go to museums and we used to discuss art poetry and it was just very exciting to be there and discuss architecture and in fact he was the one who told me. I'm going to be a writer one day and i didn't even believe it was

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Are Amazon Rumors Behind Bitcoins Biggest Surge in Months?

The Breakdown with NLW

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Are Amazon Rumors Behind Bitcoins Biggest Surge in Months?

"Bitcoin had an absolutely ripping weekend moving from the thirty two thousand. We saw entering the weekend all the way up to thirty nine thousand as i record. It's off just a little from that at around. Thirty eight thousand five hundred or so but still up about twelve percent in the last twenty four hours basically everything. Besides bitcoin is up as well. So the question of today's show is of course what's behind the surge now usually price action. I don't think would be worth an entire show. However in today's context i think it is for a couple reasons. I is that it actually reveals at least says a lot about some of the ways that different forces interact with one another to create price action and crypto markets that i think is a good reminder especially as we get locked into one narrative explanation or another. The second reason is that it's been kind of bleak for a little while so let us enjoy our one day of face ripping volatility the upside discussion. Okay all right so four possible answers. I've seen on crypto twitter about why bitcoin is having its biggest surge in a couple of months. The four possible answers. I've seen are an amazon by rumor. A teenage soothsayer astrology in a short squeeze. So let's go through these amazon by rumor. This is sort of a weird combination of a real thing and a rumor. The real thing happened at the end of last week amazon posted. A job listing on its job site for a digital currency and blockchain product lead quote ua leverage your domain expertise in blockchain distributed ledger central bank digital currencies in crypto currency to develop the case for the capabilities which should be developed dr overall vision and product strategy and gain leadership by an investment for new capabilities. An amazon spokesperson also followed up with coin. Desk saying quote we're inspired by the innovation happening in the crypto currency space. And are exploring what this could look like on amazon. We believe the future will be built on new technologies that enable modern fast and inexpensive payments and hope to bring that future to amazon customers as soon as possible

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Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:09 min | 1 d ago

Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call

"We're here we just got tesla's cute cute. Twenty-one earnings report and shareholder letter and wow the results are phenomenal. I'm extremely impressed with what has been able to accomplish in the second quarter. Uh going to quickly go through. The financial results will look at a couple of takeaways from the shareholder letter as well and then we are going to segue into the earnings call. Afterwards of there'll be a different link for that down in the show notes but we'll get this out before then so right off the bat. Let's just look at some of the numbers here. Shift over to excel and we can see how tesla's actual compared to the analyst consensus as well as the numbers that was forecasting so deliveries. No surprise there came in right as we expected them to as they usually do automotive sales. tesla significant beat here versus what i was expecting in versus what analysts were expecting a three percent above my levels two percent above the analysts consensus that was driven by Better actual average selling prices because as you can see here regulatory credits which we talked about. In the preview i've consistently been forecasting those two high this time forecast them to her forecast tula previously. This time forecast them. too high. as at five hundred million deaths reported three hundred fifty four million meaning non automotive sales excluding regulatory credits was way way higher than what i had expected meaning average selling prices. Were much better than what. I had predicted Same thing here. With energy tussle beating my expectations by twenty six percent. Animals consensus by thirty nine percents Driven by just greater They say greater recognition of mega pack sales as quarter. Scroll down here. We can see that. A tesla over about one point three gigawatt hours of energy storage. A second highest ever. I and significantly up quarter over quarter about three times. What tesla did in key one. I'm quite a bit higher than my expectation as well as analyst consensus so that drove a beat on the energy line and then the service and other line that also came in ahead of analysts expectations. About right where i was. Forecasting it at So tesla delivering a pretty big beat about a four percent beat on the top line number there with about twelve billion dollars in revenue up ninety eight percent year over year

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Conservatives Need to Draw the Line to Curtail Ubiquitous Porn

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 1 d ago

Conservatives Need to Draw the Line to Curtail Ubiquitous Porn

"And i i really believe that the porn example is a pretty good. I think there's broad agreement here that we need to curtail. The spread of ubiquitous hot high-speed pornography in our culture. There were two laws passed for this in the nineteen ninety s with a republican house and a democrat senate democrat president the communications decency act which we actually argue a lot about now because of its section to thirty provision for big tech and the child online protection act. The cd was gutted by the supreme court and the copa. The child online protection act was held up in the courts as well but there was overwhelming support for this. I talked to a lot of young conservatives. As do you young conservatives in particular really want to curtail this stuff. And i i think. Beginning with obscenity as a way to kind of sh- finally have some limits. Some standards here is a great way to begin. There's no first amendment protection for it. And it's a recognition that liberty requires the suppression of of certain appetites and liberal education requires the cultivation of certain virtues and a conservative society needs prudence. We need to be able to say yeah. Words means something we can kind of know things in and we can kind of guide how we're going to govern ourselves and we really can't tell the difference between drag wing story our in church on sunday or a porn star and political speech than we can't tell the difference between between anything and we can't govern ourselves but just fascinated that really sharp people whether david french ben dominic That they would fall for this. I mean it seems to be kind of pure libertarianism. that in in seconds falls apart. I mean we just said it right. You know if you wanna bring. Let's bring in the racist. We wanted to be a big ten. I don't have to agree with them. But bring them in. No listen speaking of buckley when he founded national review in the fifties He specifically said that we're not going to let the john birch irs in. He understood that there are. We wanted to be as big a tent as can be but we have to draw the line. If pita can't do that everything falls

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Tobacco CEO Sees End to Cigarettes in Britain in 10 Years

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Tobacco CEO Sees End to Cigarettes in Britain in 10 Years

"A tobacco company CEO is talking about the end of cigarettes in Britain yes the culture because the CEO of Philip Morris international the company that makes Marlboro cigarettes for overseas sales and was spun off from the tobacco company Altria in two thousand eight to focus on sales in emerging markets he's quoted in British outlet mail on Sunday saying the tobacco company foresees an end to its sales of traditional cigarettes in Britain within ten years asked if Philip Morris will stop selling cigarettes in the U. K. within that time he was quoted as saying absolutely check says the company's Marlboro brand will disappear from Britain for years Philip Morris's set its future shifting to electronic devices the British government has said it wants to end smoking in England by twenty thirty I'm Jennifer king

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Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming

"I told you. I read comments to articles not just comments on my own. Columns columns have comments usually and i love reading them. 'cause that's the face of the of the world that reads that website right so the new york times has its readers and they are virtually to a person cardboard cutouts of leftist and is a fascinating thing through the comments. Maureen dowd columnist new york. Times had a hysterical piece on global warming. It's over it's just over death and mayhem. A greenland is disappearing. Antarctic is disappearing life on earth as we know it is disappearing been. I've been hearing this since nineteen ninety. It's now thirty years that everything is horrible. In the meantime by the way. I should just not to you a fact but facts. Don't bother these people and that fact is noted by bjorn. Lomborg the dane who writes about these matters. Fewer and fewer people die from climate related natural disasters. This is even true. Twenty twenty one despite breathless climate reporting over the past hundred years annual climate related deaths have declined by more than ninety six percent in the nineteen twenties. The death count from climate related. Disasters was four hundred. Eighty five thousand on average every year in the last full decade. It was eighteen thousand three hundred to ninety six percent lower. But this doesn't matter to to maureen down none of this matters.

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Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Ratings Fall to 33-Year Low

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Ratings Fall to 33-Year Low

"You see the olympics. The opening ceremony thirty three year low. They're getting pummeled. In the ratings. People are watching the olympics in an empty stadium and watching a bunch of spoiled brat. Athletes taking a knee disrespecting the star spangled banner doing that. There's all kinds of news about the. Us women's soccer team led by meghan. Rapa those women who seem to despise the country they represent. People are watching this crap. People are watching baseball. Any more people are watching. Football people are going away.

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Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California

"The man they called the dating game killer has died on death row in California Rodney James Alcala may have killed as many as one hundred thirty people across the country say authorities he was sentenced to death in twenty ten for five murders in California in the late seventies he appeared on TV's the dating game in nineteen seventy eight the following year he killed a twelve year old girl prosecutors say he raped one woman with a claw hammer and would repeatedly strangled and resuscitate his victims to prolong their agony a prosecutor in Orange County city killed people because he enjoyed it a caller was seventy seven he died of natural causes at a hospital in California according to prison officials I'm Rita Foley

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More Rain to Hit China's Flood-Ravaged Henan Province

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

More Rain to Hit China's Flood-Ravaged Henan Province

"More heavy rain is expected in central China's flood ravaged Hannan province where the death toll has risen to around seventy focuses say cities already hard hit now face more heavy down poles complicating rescue efforts and attempts to deliver water and food teams are working hard plugging gaps in dykes well fresh storms will put more pressure on bases used to divert and hold floodwaters further help is coming from the military with helicopters used to bring drinking water medicine food and other relief items to around twenty thousand people in in accessible areas the flooding that began July seventeen who's affected almost thirty million people and it collapsed nearly nine thousand homes I'm Charles the last month

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First Digit (MM #3778)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

First Digit (MM #3778)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. They say that age is just a number and well, I don't always subscribe to that. I'm not a big person about birthdays. I'm not a big person about changing until that first digit changes. I remember when I went from 9 to 10:00 was a big deal. Now, of course, I guess nineteen to twenty isn't a big deal because Twenty-One is the big number. But hitting Thirty hitting forty hitting fifty and took the numbers keep going up and at the same time they get more painful each and every time I remember when I hit 50 and it wasn't looking forward to it and well, to be honest with you, the fifties worked my favorite decade. Because when that first digit rolls over, it's almost like the odometer in a car. It's only one more mild than it was last year, but it's a big difference because the way people perceive you, the way people look at you, the way people think about you, if they know the digit, I'm always bless. People say, I'm very active for my page number young, looking for my age and I'll take those, but it's not what people are saying. It's what I feel. And that first digit rolling over, I'm not looking forward to it. The time is here, the time it's come and like I said, should just be glad to be here. And for that, I truly am dead.

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First Digit (MM #3778)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

First Digit (MM #3778)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. They say that age is just a number and well, I don't always subscribe to that. I'm not a big person about birthdays. I'm not a big person about changing until that first digit changes. I remember when I went from 9 to 10:00 was a big deal. Now, of course, I guess nineteen to twenty isn't a big deal because Twenty-One is the big number. But hitting Thirty hitting forty hitting fifty and took the numbers keep going up and at the same time they get more painful each and every time I remember when I hit 50 and it wasn't looking forward to it and well, to be honest with you, the fifties worked my favorite decade. Because when that first digit rolls over, it's almost like the odometer in a car. It's only one more mild than it was last year, but it's a big difference because the way people perceive you, the way people look at you, the way people think about you, if they know the digit, I'm always bless. People say, I'm very active for my page number young, looking for my age and I'll take those, but it's not what people are saying. It's what I feel. And that first digit rolling over, I'm not looking forward to it. The time is here, the time it's come and like I said, should just be glad to be here. And for that, I truly am dead.

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"last thirty" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"last thirty" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

"Time for stone s to experience every single word when you read it but i was fortunate enough to receive an early copy and i have to tell you it's phenomenal. You're the stories. The studies and the steps inside this book will truly help you heal build resilience and help others that you love so much. I can't wait to read it and without further ado let me introduce you to the co authors of this groundbreaking. Work doctor bruce. Perry is a renowned brain and trauma expert. Who spent the last thirty.

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"last thirty" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"It's nice to work in a book lined room as musicians is that is that that great thing. It's a great way to kind of lay. Punch your way up long necessary at all. I mean really. I mean it is it. Looks like a dream for a lot of people but it's also we should mention to people. Most of the things are in there the collection or say the desk were were now sitting on a lot of sense. You see around. You are all stuff that they've been gathering the last thirty years of when when we started making music. I mean it is impressive when you hear but i mean. It's just a lot of stuff that we've had for a long time and we wanted to have the things that we like the most to be in the same space and what it does is it gives you feel with a lot of artists will working with here that we're working on the label with they go upstairs and then they call if you heard this record and then it's amazing when they then go. Just listen to this and then next to it was this. And what's and. I guess it's also a way for us to share with other people who come here and work with us like hey have you seen this and then we can have an in house system where we put all this crazy stuff that we've been collecting films and videos and experimental stuff so there's a purpose to i think for us but it is a little bit custom-made to how we yeah like..

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"last thirty" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"See conversations like the question you just asked me and then actually moving on so that everyone feels like they have a place but i don't think anyone should be walking down the same street that they've walked down the last thirty forty years of their life and feel uncomfortable because maybe they don't look a certain way or they can't afford what's in.

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"last thirty" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

Science Facts & Fallacies

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

"You don't wanna lay in front of it. It would make them look horrible as an organization that was dedicated to the environment. Here's the thing that here's a solution to repair and environmental problem. Why would you possibly get in the way of it. So that's probably what they're thinking. Yeah i i i would. I would imagine that's correct and there's a quote later in the store. I'm not gonna read the whole thing but they basically say we've opposed transgenic plants for so long But our main problem with them was that they were commercial venture so they're talking about roundup ready corn and cotton in bt and all this stuff which was intellectual property of monsanto and now bayer and there's other companies involved but they're basically it was sort of a left leaning economic objection to these big corporations controlling the food. And we've talked about about that before. But in other words they're not really concerned about the technology necessarily they're concerned about who's implementing it and who's developing it and they're fine with this because this is a public sector project has an explicitly pro environments goal in mind so i think that's really interesting and i think it's from the horse's mouth if you will it's them telling you this is why we opposed it which i think undermines just about every you know quote unquote scientific argument against genetic engineering. I think gets to the heart of what they were concerned about. Absolutely it's called moving the goalpost. The whole idea here. Is you know these are organizations that were against genetic engineering for many reasons and most of it was all pseudoscience and the shift the goal that well we don't like commercial ventures that are running a profitable companies sowing seeds and you know the against multinational giant corporations. Great fine be against that. I don't care against that but be honest and say that's what you're against. Don't go saying that. If you eat this you will get cancer. Which is what we've been dealing with for the last thirty years if there's honest I if folks are honestly upset about big companies selling seeds allstate in there with ya and we'll invent small companies that can sell seats in make ma and pa. Operation can sell seeds but when you're standing in the way of the technology and lying about the technology for forever saying that it causes health problems and environmental destruction now all of a sudden those mom pot companies can't even form if you can be honest about it and think of all the good things that can happen we can have trees in appalachia could cheap food for everybody more food security in the developing world and more texture in the marketplace you know more companies began small. That's a win win in. That only comes from honest conversation. And maybe we're starting to see that.

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"last thirty" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

Desperate Pastor Podcast

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

"Yes so if we lift up christ in the in the like. Sometimes we've gotten and we've talked about pastors without naming them. That have gotten so focused. And i've used this phrase from my professor from college that they have the infosys on the wrong syllable. No it's gotta look this way. It doesn't need to look that way if we're concerned about the end if it's concerned about what we're ultimately producing or doing that matter not but it didn't look the way that it looked for the last thirty well. Okay so what's cares. And i would say that we need to encourage you and encourage ourselves that through. This season is right shining brightly in a dark world. What can we do today. what can you do today. What can i do today to serve somebody to to be an example of christ like hope and love and joy and peace. What can i do today. By god's power to walk in that so that people see christ of course they're wide open to it especially in a pandemic in this time of year. They're open to. I need hope. I've been self medicating for a long time. I've been dolly the pain for a long time and it doesn't work. Yeah what what's the answer We're going to go and this is not anything. Whatever but our life group. It's not original to us. We've chosen some people in our church. That have been locked up in their house because they had to be meaning like pandemic. And all that. We're going to go and sing christmas carols and we're just gonna just whatever and we like we're not saying this but there's gonna be an impact that ripples out from that and it's not again it's not like hey look at it. I'm telling you here's a practical way that you can get a group of people together. Socially distance go make an impact for somebody that you know like when we used to rake leaves for people we would do rake and run. We would go to somebody's house and inevitably we're going down the whole street one time just raking people's leaves and in in making an impact and so just look for those opportunities to really make.

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"last thirty" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"last thirty" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Do you think the last thirty seconds I've no idea what you just so they could change my life but I'm getting tired of it's time to get it's time to put in hazmat suits on angle back in the therapy sessions on the couch whatever we got a deal so this is a good morning strategy on it.

"last thirty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Matter lasting thirty sixty ninety minutes or longer and it's affordable gold eight one three six seven oh thirty three eleven the results on your first visit guaranteed or pay nothing call eight one three six seven oh thirty three eleven listen to American medicine today presented by the banality spine institute Saturdays noon to one on news radio nine seventy WFLA featuring the internationally acclaimed inventor the not a spine procedures offered OpenID M. D. from the auto bell hearing aids studios this is news radio WFLA I'm just waiting for something governor Cuomo just said the plant you won't believe already today during the governor malls I'm governor and you're not briefing said that he is thinking about allowing now elective surgeries he will allow what yeah how nice of him but but then she will now elected.

"last thirty" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The last thirty years they are part of the fabric in this community giving back to the DMV through all sorts of charities and outreach plus eastern always has thousands of vehicles to choose from and every vehicle at Easter is goes through a rigorous multi point inspection process this process is part of the reason why every eastern's vehicle is backed by a seven day return policy and a complimentary thirty day warranty tired of the guy she dealerships eastern's is different there one price promise me the you can be confident in the price of a vehicle no gimmicks or hidden fees the price you see is the price you get simple fast and transparent is it Easter is it dot com to start shopping there express store today at eastern dot com. Los. you. I love life. the Kentucky Wildcats hosts the eastern Michigan eagles coverage begins tomorrow night at five thirty on.

"last thirty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Was the original charge and you see it was going to hit. Natalie Florida Georgia and kind of was going toward the Gulf that was what we what was originally projected the black line projecting that Dorian would move from Florida to Alabama appears to be drawn on by a marker. the amount of hours in the last this is in the last thirty six hours. so depending on the time of the day so I get in her early in the morning I usually have on one of the one of my local channels here is that that shows all time show so it's usually maverick or wanted dead or alive the Steve McQueen old western shows I watch a bit of that while I'm doing work like it or actually I get here like today was here about five o'clock in the morning. right and I go throughout the day I do three shows so much stuff so what's that then she'll turn on to one of the new things that it's usually always on me always. in the last thirty six plus hours between Mike pence and the hotel we stayed at and whether or not the sharpie thing which I thought was just to hilariously stupid I tweeted some doubt about you know trump draw I get a people drug stuff on there between those two things. the amount of coverage those things got that quite frankly didn't deserve really any coverage we could just move on. you know you got Dorian slamming into South Carolina which is going to be an absolute beast. I was talking to. one of the people that I work with out on a in Florida the other day and we were talking about this and they said you know what I would.

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"last thirty" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on KTOK

"The last thirty years they are part of the fabric in this community giving back to the DMV through all sorts of charities and outreach plus eastern always has thousands of vehicles to choose from and every vehicle at Easter is goes through a rigorous multi point inspection process this process is part of the reason why every eastern's vehicle is backed by a seven day return policy and a complimentary thirty day warranty tired of the guy she dealerships eastern's is different there one price promise means you can be confident in the price of a vehicle no gimmicks or hidden fees the price you see is the price you get simple fast and transparent visit eastern dot com to start shopping there express store today at eastern dot com from coast to coast and worldwide on.

"last thirty" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"In the last thirty years in proving to clear implant technology has provided an almost miraculous q orford definite but there are some people who don't see deafness is something that needs a sure they say that it's not a disability in it doesn't need fixing here's brand inadequate there is a temperature in about three years old i was given a coke hillary implant i remember going into this surgery room i remember the mask and being put to sleep after surgery there were some pain in my head that's about all i remember being plant worked allowing brandon tahir sound once again his parents hoped it would help him deliver what they considered normal life.

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"last thirty" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Mark talk about the three pointers that they're still being hoisted across the street is he said, no glaucoma city most three pointers made in the thunder franchise history. Twenty two most three pointers attempted me game thunder franchise history. Fifty four good enough for forty percent from the field. I why they take threes. All the time. You get that up to fifty percent. They win that thing going away. Get up to forty two percent forty-three percent. That's the metric and you make forty three percent. If you should fifty four percent if you shoot fifty four threes and make forty three percent of them. We blow out the Lakers. Instead, we made it forty percent. And these are the numbers crunched also with Ingram and ball having more than ten assists. Branding at eleven and ball had ten. It's the first time teammates age twenty one or younger had such a game in the same game for the Lakers in the last thirty years. So we're seeing stuff member ball and LeBron triple double in the same game for the first time since magic and Kareem. So those these Lakers teams will do that. Then they'll lose. Tom Everett, Scott gets to see you putting out there, sir. Hey, thanks, man. The golf game Tom terrible. Okay. Great. So roll it out there get it out of your system, and then come on over here and have a chat with me. I hate kids in theaters and on demand on the eighteenth of January which is called today and also in I'm sorry can't wait to have a chat with Tom Everett. Scott who loves the patriots, by the way, just like you Brockman that's next year on the show Capital One. When you think about a Bank, you're thinking about where to keep your money. But you probably also think about minimums and fees. It's pretty typical not with capital want..

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"last thirty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The last thirty years, and he's recognizing that at his stage of life that he needs to start moving away from that business. And so it was a construction business. And you know, he realized that he's not going to be able to use his body as much as he gets into his seventies and eighties and they'll last month we had another student again same story. He'd built a successful construction business recognized that he needed to start taking different actions and start learning. A new skill to take advantage of the assets. He had and more importantly to not be relying on trading his time for money and part of it is just you owning that and recognizing that. If you start looking at your financial habits, if you're not satisfied with your financial results you need to break. Those habits you need to start doing something different and need to start making more productive financial habits. And so not only do we have business owners that have come in. And we have folks that work in factory and just feels like feels like they they're being treated as a number, and, you know, in with the factory worker, you know, he came to us and said, you know, what I need a different approach. I need a whole different. I need to stop trading. My time for money. And unfortunately, that's what most people have been trained to do. I know for me growing up. That's what I was trained to do. How is trained to trade my time for money? But as I started to look at the world around me as I started to look at the opportunities..

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"last thirty" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"The last thirty years i saw i saw an interview l patrick beverley was on the jump during their free agency show and they were talking to him about how he basically hates everybody in the league pet patrick he's the lake i'm gonna get in everybody's face it's no time to be buddy buddy none of these guys are my friends if if we're playing with them i don't wanna have dinner with them it's like the old tommy lasorda thing he's that way doesn't bother me doesn't the lee wouldn't the league be better if everybody treated that everybody is so buddy buddy now in the league it's like oh let's all go play together where's the competitiveness where's the hey i want to do this and i'm gonna find a way to do it yeah that makes me admire russell westbrook all the more although but you know the problem with russ is that now the tarantula on i don't know if he ever wins the title well you got paul george can't they get one more what a what an elite free agent say first round what an elite free agency yeah go play with russell westbrook and paul george it's a great question i don't know he's another guy that i think is probably very tough to play with i don't think any too many elite free agents paul george is like the first guy ever to like voluntarily sign with oklahoma city and and again we've talked about this before i'm not so sure paul george can be the best player in a championship team i think he's no he can't i don't think he's three yeah but you need it two or three yeah right i don't think oklahoma city is gonna wanna title not unless they add somebody impressed and it's it's gonna take it's gonna take a third star going there for that to happen by the way eightieth minute now france one belgium nothing.

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"last thirty" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"For the last thirty years so obviously you'd you'd gravitate towards the the season experienced surgeon just in case something goes wrong just in case the other inexperienced surgeon overlooked something just in case and that is so important when it comes to your wealth that you have created you know it's taken you thirty forty maybe fifty years to accumulate the wealth that you now have the wealth that you will need in your retirement so i would say meghan number six is make sure that you upgrade to an adviser that has a great deal of experience and when i talk about experience here on the radio i always say look if you're gonna put me up against somebody else make sure they have bare minimum fifteen to twenty years experience and made sure that they've been managing money you know there's different advisors that our retirement advisors but they've been managing money for seven to ten years some even five years it is so expensive is so important that you deal with experience i'm gonna tell you a quick story of why this is really important now this is in reference to bonds because we're talking about interest rates and bonds do you remember what happened back in two thousand nine two thousand nine two thousand ten we were at the opposite end with interest rates interest rates were much higher and at that time we had the media saying that there are a couple of investments out there couple government agencies and government societas agencies that are toxic and if you have these investments you should get rid of them and they were referring to jenny maes fannie mae and freddie mac well i sat down with many clients and i said this is a huge opportunity number one i can buy this stuff at about fifty cents on the dollar i'm referring to remax and cmo's a real estate mortgage investment condo and and a cmo collateralized mortgage obligation everyone who had these they wanted out of them because the media was saying that they were bad well we bought a lot of them and for the next two years we had annual returns of almost twenty percent per year in the bond market.

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"last thirty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Are lasting thirty sixty ninety minutes and longer best of all it's affordable for everyone premier men's medical center you'll see the results on your first visit guaranteed if you don't you pay nothing solve the problem of e d or p e now premier men's medical center call four zero seven six seven four five seven three eight four zero seven six seven four five seven three eight as four seven six seven four five seven three eight sean hannity and you're listening to news ninety six five wdbo where orlando turns for breaking news weather and traffic twenty four hours a day well thankfully it's going to be drier across central florida four today we'll see a thirty to a forty percent chance for showers and storms developing in the afternoon but there will be a lot of dry hours and locations for today it is going to be seen in the daytime high eighty eight four tonight it'll be mild it'd be dry the morning low backed out of seventy two wetter for tomorrow was he a sixty percent chance for showers and storms returning and a high of eighty six i'm channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist rusty mcranie safetouch security triple team traffic crash i four eastbound at four thirty six all lanes now getting by and just some spotty delays starting pack near maitland boulevard also southbound turnpike on ramp from obt has reopened that crash cleared this support a service of burlington it's the summer of savings and burlington store hurry in for the very best brand named dresses shorts tanks t sandals and swimsuits for the family burlington style for everyone with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're helping you get to work on time rado grant on news ninety six point five wdbo.

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"last thirty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"last thirty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The stakes for the last thirty years yeah it's terrible to see what they've done to this city and state and i wake up every day i thank god for living here because what they did not create god created for example i woke up this morning to obey covered with fog and i heard the fog horns and i love the fog in the fog horns makes my day i went out and fed the seagulls a bagel i had one bagel one old bagel a broken into six eight pieces i have two seagull soft my little house i call him to a donald and daisy and they wait for me i was gone for two weeks i guess there i dunno they wanna not stopping before they met me i spiritual pieces and the fight over its i throw another one to the other side they go the other one gets all of a sudden comes the swarm i truly other pieces of course they weren't enough for all of them so what's the of the story nothing that you don't no already survivalofthefittest darwin darwin darwinian moment survivalofthefittest the swiftest and strongest birds got the bread the slowest in the dumbest birds did not get the bread in america today the reverse is true the dumbest than the slowest the getting the best of everything in this country the schools are bending over backwards for the twisted the moronic the incapable the smart kids are being shunted as the evil once in america while do i have to go down the list and give you my laments on that into the jobs tears right now i'm giving you some examples of how the left in america is laying the groundwork to destroy not only the country but people themselves the american people and i can tell you all about the pol pot story in cambodia nia how a little college teacher named pol pot went to paris the study marxism and he became infatuated with marxism and he thought it was a great system that was very fair and he wanted to bring fairness to cambodia because he didn't think it was fair there was inequality in cambodia he thought after your come back from paris pol pot did and he introduced marxism thinking it would bring fairness but soon at didn't bring fairness so he unleashed the kamerhe ruse on.

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