35 Burst results for "Less Than An Hour"

'Amtrak Joe' Biden hails plans for big East Coast tunnel fix

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

'Amtrak Joe' Biden hails plans for big East Coast tunnel fix

"President Biden Hale plans for a big upgrade for an east coast rail tunnel. The president was a frequent Amtrak passenger when he was a senator traveling between Washington and his home in Delaware. I had for it. The tunnel in Baltimore was around when Ulysses S. Grant was president. This is a 150 year old tunnel. You wonder how in the hell is still standing? The idea behind this project is to get more trains through the tunnel faster. New trains will travel through these this tunnel at a 110 miles an hour. Instead of 30 miles an hour, Mark trains will go from here to Washington in 30 minutes. No money has yet been awarded from the big federal infrastructure Bill, but funding does include rail improvements. There is opposition to the project in Baltimore over neighborhood noise. I'm Ed Donahue

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Australia mining company sorry for losing radioactive device

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 hrs ago

Australia mining company sorry for losing radioactive device

"A mining corporation has apologized for losing a highly radioactive capsule over an 870 mile stretch of Western Australia as authorities prone parts of the road looking for the tiny but dangerous substance. The capsules part of a device believed to have fallen off a truck are being transported between a desert mine site and the city of Perth on January 10, the truck transporting the capsule had arrived at a Perth depot on January 16, while emergency services weren't notified about the missing capsule, until January 25, the cesium one three 7 ceramic source commonly used in radioactive gauges emits dangerous amounts of radiation equivalent of receiving ten x-rays in an hour. It could cause skin burns and prolonged exposure could cause cancer. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russian shelling kills 5 in tough eastern Ukraine combat

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 12 hrs ago

Russian shelling kills 5 in tough eastern Ukraine combat

"Russian shelling has killed 5 people in tough eastern Ukraine combat. Ukrainian authorities say the shelling also wounded at least 13 others during the previous 24 hour period as the Kremlin's and Keith's forces remain locked in combat in eastern Ukraine, original governor says the casualties included a woman who was killed and three others who were wounded by the Russian shilling of kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city in the country's northeast, since August, Ukrainian counteroffensives have snatched back Russian occupied territory, most notably in kharkiv. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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Biden to highlight plans to replace 150-year-old rail tunnel in Baltimore

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 14 hrs ago

Biden to highlight plans to replace 150-year-old rail tunnel in Baltimore

"President Biden is headed to Baltimore today to talk about plans to replace a notorious single track tunnel that was completed when Ulysses grant was still president. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre talked about Biden's plans, the president will discuss how bipartisan infrastructure law funding will replace the 150 year old Baltimore and Potomac tunnel to address the largest bottleneck for commuters on the northeast corridor between Washington D.C. and New Jersey. The new tunnel would include two tracks and allow trains to travel more than 100 miles an hour on Tuesday, President Biden travels to New York to talk about plans for another new rail tunnel under the Hudson River, the projects will be funded mostly by the massive infrastructure law that Biden signed that includes $24 billion for rail improvements along the northeastern corridor. Jennifer King,

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Shiba Inu Observes Highest Rise In Burn Rate  Is This Normal

NewsBTC

04:26 min | 22 hrs ago

Shiba Inu Observes Highest Rise In Burn Rate Is This Normal

"11 a.m. Sunday, January 29th, 2023. Shiba Inu observes highest rise in burn rate is this normal. Token burn rates are seemingly rising on the sheba in a network. The current number of Shiba Inu Bern trackers is quite surprising. However, data shows it is due to the degenerative performance of the ess HIV burning machine. On chain data shows that the SHI bead burn rate observed a mass of 1682.07 increase over the past 24 hours that is the highest percentage rise in the burn rate on the S HIV network in the past few months. Related reading U.S. federal regulators warn about crypto activities why is HIV burn rate increasing in detail. The number of burnt tokens on the Shiba Inu network did not exceed 1 million ess HIV on January 26th. Yesterday's amount was one of the lowest numbers of assets developers has burned on the network. So, the seeming spike in burn rate could be due to a default in the ess HIV burning machine yesterday. According to analysts, this percentage spike wasn't triggered by increased network activity. Also, it didn't represent a large number of actually burnt tokens. Token burns helped to reduce the number of coins in circulation. It helps increase in asset scarcity and possibly boost the token's price when increased supply pushes it down. For instance, on January 17th, the ess HIV token burn surged by 613 within 24 hours, and a coin broke the bearish traders expectations, rising above 20 on the day, however, a surge in price did not accompany the recent rise in the token burn rate. Also, some HIV whale activities indicate that top investors have lost faith in the meme coin as many whales, keep moving chunks of Shiba Inu positions on exchanges. Three trillion three hundred and 12 billion 307 million 240,798 38 million 257,148 U.S. dollars transferred from unknown wallet to unknown Wallace, dot co zero MDL kwp QQ whale, alert whale alert, January 26th, 2023 this could mean that short term traders don't believe the asset couldn't rise above the resistance level, helping them earn profit. New HIV whales emerge what's next while some whales sell off their tokens and new address is buying the dip, accumulating large amounts of HIV tokens, and may be awaiting the next bull market. Data shows that a new crypto wallet became a Shiba Inu whale address on Thursday, January 26th, 2022 related reading crypto friendly bank silvergate suspends dividend payouts the new wallet became a whale address after receiving 3.3 billion ess HIV worth about 38.9 million. Ether scammer revealed that the sending address moved funds from different wallets before transferring the tokens to the receiver, mailed a newest ess HIV whale. This move further confirms our suspicion that smaller investors are giving up their positions. According to the blockchain whale tracker, will alert, the wallet also received 1 billion PAW tokens a few minutes after sweeping the ess HIV token. With the current balance, the new whale is now the world's 30 largest S HIV holder. This recent accumulation came after the world's 26th largest HIV holder, swept 150 billion tokens into its wallet. The token sweep occurred through four transaction clusters within three hours on January 23rd. So while short term investors might be selling their positions due to falling S HIV prices, some could be accumulating in anticipation of future gains from the upcoming share barium launch. Shiba Inu is currently trading at 0.000011 8 8 with a 24 hour increase of 1.28 and a 7 day price surge of 0.2. In addition, the main coin has seen a 14 day price surge of 22.1 and a 30 day rally of 41.4. Featured image from pixabay, Kevin wye, chart from trading deal

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Fantom FTM Gains 39 In 7 Days Following Its Integration With Axelar Network

NewsBTC

03:46 min | 22 hrs ago

Fantom FTM Gains 39 In 7 Days Following Its Integration With Axelar Network

"1 p.m. Sunday, January 29th, 2023 phantom FTM gains 39 in 7 days following its integration with axlar network phantom FTM has been one of the best performing tokens of 2023. Pulling off a series of impressive gains in the last few weeks following the market crash in late 2022, FTM began the new year trading as low as 0.2007, representing a 94.19 decline from its all time high value of 3.46. However, with the entire crypto market attempting to pull off a recovery, FTM has been one particular token with lots of investor attention, as its price has surged by over 136 since the start of 2023. Related reading Shiba Inu observes highest rise in burn rate is this normal phantom records 39 profit in 7 days, according to data from coin market cap, phantom FTM gained by 38.77 in the last 7 days alone, outperforming major cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum ETH, cardano ADA, ripple XRP, and Bitcoin BTC itself. While FTM has been on an upward trend since the first week of the year, its price rally in the last week can be attributed to phantom's recent integration with the axlar network. On January 24th, the phantom foundation announced a partnership with axlar, which will introduce inter chain communication to the phantom network as of the time of writing, FTM is trading at 0.4724, having gone up by 1.98 in the last 24 hours. Based on more data from coin market cap, the daily trading volume of FTM is currently 240.7 million, while its total market cap is 1.312 billion. FTM trading at 0.4790 source must chart of trading view dot com related reading AAV seeks proposal to clear itself a bad debt can it overcome these obstacles, what does Axl R's integration mean for phantom users according to a blog post by phantom, axlar network is a blockchain that connects blockchains, enabling universal web three interoperability, basically axlar functions as a medium for communication and transfer of value between several blockchains. Following the integration with the axler network, phantom automatically becomes part of an ecosystem that consists of over 30 different blockchains capable of seamlessly interacting with one another using the general message passing GMP protocol, developers on the phantom network will be able to easily access smart contact codes on any chain connected to axlar. The GMP protocol will also allow DApps and users to send and receive data and function calls across the multiple chains in axel R's ecosystem. Another benefit of Axl R's integration with phantom is the introduction of one click cross chain swaps on the platform's biggest decentralized exchange, spooky swap. Using squid, an axillary based protocol that reroutes liquidity between chains, spooky swap users, will seamlessly swap native tokens of different chains in one click. In every transaction, the axler network will process the cross chain gas conversions from the source chain token to the destination chain token, ensuring that users need not own crypto wallets on multiple chains or hold native tokens of other chains for gas fees, that said, other chains on the axlar network aside from phantom include our, moonbeam, polygon, osmosis, et cetera featured image zit max, chart from trading view dot com

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Kraken NFTs Behind the Build A Roadmap for the Future

Kraken Blog

00:35 sec | 22 hrs ago

Kraken NFTs Behind the Build A Roadmap for the Future

"6 p.m. Thursday January 26th, 2023. Kraken NFTs behind the build a road map for the future. Before you dive in, check out the first post an hour, crack an NFT behind the build series, the NFT frontier in our second post, crack an NFTs behind the build global ingenuity. NFTs go far beyond Mir J PGs, kraken NFT is helping to establish the foundations of what's to. The post kraken NFTs behind the build a road map for the future appeared first on kraken blog.

Djokovic beats Tsitsipas for 10th Australian Open, 22nd Slam

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Djokovic beats Tsitsipas for 10th Australian Open, 22nd Slam

"And emotional Novak Djokovic has beaten stephanos to extend his Australian open record to ten victories from ten finals, the Serb who battled injuries earlier in the event closed out a 6 three 7 6 7 6 win that took a fraction under three hours to complete Djokovic climbed into his team box after the victory and broke down in tears before returning to the court to accept the winner's trophy. He's a huge relief because, you know, it hasn't been hasn't been smooth sailing. In addition to the title, the victory returns him to the top of the world rankings, and more significantly, secures his 22nd Grand Slam singles crown, Johnny Spanish rival, Rafael Nadal. I'm Graham agar's.

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Aryna Sabalenka wins 1st Grand Slam title at Australian Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Aryna Sabalenka wins 1st Grand Slam title at Australian Open

"24 year old arena sabal Ankara has come back from a set down to claim her first major title, the 5th seed securing the Australian open with a four 6 6 three 6 four win over Wimbledon champion Elena Rebecca. In one of the biggest hitting women's finals ever seen in Melbourne, the two players traded blows for two hours and 28 minutes with sambal and slamming home 51 winners, including 17 aces. Fort right till the end saving three match points in the final game before conceding defeat. The victory will lift at a linker to number two in the world Rebecca who will enter the top ten. I'm Graham agus.

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The New Tape of a J6 Protester Who Died After Police Beating

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | 2 d ago

The New Tape of a J6 Protester Who Died After Police Beating

"So we've been talking about Roseanne boylan and we've been talking about her death her beating death and I'm just calling it what it is. She's beaten to death by officer lyla Morris, badge number 5 8 6 9. Guys, play clip one ten. What? Were you seeing there as body cam footage? That's officer lyla Morris with a long wooden stick and Roseanne boylan lying on the ground. Lying down. Not threatening anyone, not attacking anyone, not being violent. Doesn't even have the ability to get up. And she's beaten again and again, and again. Julie Kelly, can you help us make some sense of this? I can't. But as I wrote today, Jack and my column, January 6th, was the worst incident of police brutality against political protesters since the civil rights era and that's just a fact. Things like that have been going on for three hours that afternoon.

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Seminal Influences of Masculinity With Raz0rfist

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 3 d ago

Seminal Influences of Masculinity With Raz0rfist

"A fist. This is the fun part because I get all kinds of different answers from football coaches to my dad, to a fictional hero in a book I read when I was a kid. For you growing up. Outside of slice Stallone, okay? In that movie where he's using scissors to cut up his pizza, a cobra. What for you were the seminal influences for your internalizing and understanding what it means to be a man. I mean, obviously my father. But I think maybe even more my grandfather, no slight to my father, but my grandfather was he only died a couple of years ago, so you lived a nice little long while. Had a full head of salt and pepper hair till the day he died. It chain smoked like a chimney whisky from dawn. What was his innings? How long did he live as a chain smoker? Like late 80s? Something like that? Almost into his 90s. I don't know. They ought to bought a bottle that man's jeans. But smoke like a chimney, whisky, NASCAR. He sounded like Johnny Cash kind of looked like him too. And yet, for all of his vices and imperfections, for all of his proclivities, any time you called him, he would show up. I remember vividly, and this is a story that I will never forget when I was in school elementary school in band. He was not expected like, right? You called all the grandparents, you expected all the other ones to show up, but he was the drunk, right? He was the one you didn't expect to show up. And it was bring your grandparents to school day or whatever. Grandparents day, I think it was. And I had a band recital that day and whatever. And all the grandparents that you expect to show up did, and then I look over and he's just there. He was, he was one of those guys who was just an absolute rock. He was a man. You know, when he died, I remember I just posted one tweet here lies a man

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Raz0rfist Describes the Virtues of Manhood

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | 3 d ago

Raz0rfist Describes the Virtues of Manhood

"Your definition of a man? What are the non negotiables? If you're a real guy, if you're a real man, an example of manliness, what kind of virtues does that entail? Moral, I think it's a delicate by play of support, first off, fatherhood, is the pillar, right? Even if you're not a father, you can still embody the virtues of fatherhood, understand what I mean. But to me, the delicate by play there as embodied by my father and anyone else who was lucky enough to have a good father is delicate by play of support, but some healthy, healthy, not destructive criticism. And it's constantly like it's this back and forth, which I, you know, sometimes fuels adversarial relationships between father and sons as time goes on, but boy you get older and you realize, yeah, it was nice to have the support, but boy, it was the criticism that was the most important part to me. Like, that was the part that actually helped me to live my life as a proper functioning adult. I feel like people who grow up either without fathers or absentee fathers or maybe stepfathers who are barely engaged, they miss out on that. That to me, fatherhood is of the essence of manhood, ultimately.

When the Message Becomes More Important Than the Entertainment

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 3 d ago

When the Message Becomes More Important Than the Entertainment

"A stretch to draw a line of connection from what's happening today with whether it's the Gillette ad or whether it's the 90 pound female heroine decking the 250 pound you know tough guy in the latest movie to all the way back to the Frankfurt school to the neo Marxist to the deconstructionist because if you're positing garbage like a 90 pound woman can deck your Lou Ferrigno the hulk, then you're actually denying reality, no. Yeah, what this really comes down to, you hit the nail on the head actually, there's one name that you need to keep in the back of your mind and that is Antonio gramsci. Yeah. That's really kind of the guy that makes it about a cultural and a kind of an agit prop sort of a strategy where, okay, it's not enough for entertainment entertainment to be entertainment. It has to be entertainment as message. Probably the most famous essay written about this ironically was by a communist who wrote movies in Hollywood, and that's Albert maltz. He wrote an article in a socialist newspaper and he was criticizing his own side. The articles called what will we ask of writers. You can actually read it online. It's in PDF, whatever. And he's basically criticizing how, you know, once the message becomes more important than the entertainment, the entertainment becomes vacuous, and then he argued that the message underlying becomes less effective because it becomes so propagandist it becomes it flies so in the face of reality that the palette of the public then rebels. I think that's the phase we're in at this point, right? Albert maltz, by the way, after writing that, was browbeaten by the Hollywood Communist Party. They dragged him out at public conventions or public events and such with famous Hollywood actors. He famously wrote a speech for Catherine Hepburn, and they would bring him out. They browbeat him for hours and hours. They had him deliver humiliating speeches disowning this article that he had written, and all he did was tell the truth.

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Raz0rfist Describes How Masculinity Is Being Demonized

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 3 d ago

Raz0rfist Describes How Masculinity Is Being Demonized

"Question, I have a list of questions I ask all my guests with regards to the topic of manhood in the manhood hour. The first thing is razor fist is a manhood is masculinity in trouble in our society today. I think it is suppressed. I don't know if trouble is the word for it, because it's not going away in the traditional sense, but it is absolutely being demonized. And I believe of also just as often and perhaps just as aggressively, it's being explicitly ignored. Like muted. That's what it feels like. You know what it reminds me of is that interview with the former CEO of Google where he was talking essentially about censorship without calling it censorship. And he said, you know, we want people to be able to say what they want. But we just want to keep it in a little cubby hole. We want it. We want it to be on the side. You can't find it. But it's still there. That's not censorship, right? It's like that. That's how masculinity is being treated right now. If it's not being explicitly demonized, right? That's really what we do and I come, I come from a different generation than you, but for crying out loud, it must have been even more for you. When I was growing up for crying out loud, he was even compared to that, like now nowadays, it's just ridiculous. We went from the metrosexual thing to straight up heterosexual women, like it's not we've transitioned into just men being expected to be women. That's

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Ben Deeter: NAACP Memphis President, Ben Crump Raise Alarms in Memphis

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 3 d ago

Ben Deeter: NAACP Memphis President, Ben Crump Raise Alarms in Memphis

"You've been out covering this. There was just a press conference, and I want you to bring our listeners up to speed on the new information we have. Well, there's a lot of information coming and as you said, I want to echo everything that you just told your listeners Todd. It is as though they want the city of Memphis, Tennessee to burn to the ground. In fact, van Turner, he is the Memphis branch of the NAACP and his words were in for a night that this city has never seen before. That's the NAACP. Yes, all right. On top of that, you have the attorney, maybe they've heard of him a couple of times because he's the guy that will typically show up for the George Floyd cases. The Breonna Taylor cases, his name is Ben crump, civil rights attorney Ben crump, he just came out and said that Tyree Nichols will be the sacrifice. He is the sacrificial lamb to enact police reform and a system that is rooted in supremacy. So they're comparing him to Jesus Christ. That is coming from the civil rights attorney Ben crump. And that would and that was at a press conference that was just held in Memphis Tennessee within the past hour. Because we're all waiting for the release of this video. And from every leader from the police chief here, CJ Davis, all the way to our mayor, Jim Strickland. They're telling us this video is unlike anything they've ever seen. In fact, police chief CJ Davis was on Good Morning America today speaking with George Stephanopoulos and she says, she's never quite seen anything like this in her entire life. Shuffle off against, by the way. That's the correct pronunciation. Snuffleupagus. Snuffleupagus. George. Folks, you're going to hear this here first. And this is just for our mid south listers on kwa. And

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Our Government Is Bought and Sold

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 3 d ago

Our Government Is Bought and Sold

"And gentlemen our government is bought and sold I am sorry to have to tell you this I mean that I'm really sorry to have to tell you that you thought you lived in a constitutional republic But that this representative democracy we have where we've elected people to represent our interests very few not all but very few of them are working for you They're working for foreign governments They're working for lobbyists They're working and selling intelligence They're selling access They're selling information I'm going to discuss this on my Fox show tomorrow night too at 9 o'clock I've got another angle on this I've got a bunch of stuff I'm not holding back from here I'm just working on it still You know how I do that But I'm sorry to have to inform you You have been sold out It's not just George Soros either He was the focus of the last hour and a half He's not the only one There are people on the Republican and Democrat side who have bought off intelligence people and bought people off in the lobbying field and the lobbying space forever

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6 Months of News Wrapped in Less Than 2 Minutes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 3 d ago

6 Months of News Wrapped in Less Than 2 Minutes

"This is crazy You're never going to believe this during the break So in one news day in the last two hours we've covered like 6 months worth of news You've got people all over the United States embracing for violence because the Memphis body cam police tape is going to be released soon Embracing for violence which I find incredible How again burning down people's buildings and beating the crap out of them is going to solve a case of potential police use of force violations is beyond me maybe because I'm a normal person but I don't understand that That's going down The Paul Pelosi 9-1-1 tapes revealed We played that earlier The Paul Pelosi body camp police video comes out The RNC is about the pit star voting on a new leader that Matt taibbi decides to drop a new Twitter files thing indicating how they basically painted everyone they didn't like as a Russian bot This just happened I don't even have time for that And The New York Times drops the story yesterday The Pfizer thing happens last night where Pfizer a guy goes out on a date gets caught on hidden audio talking about mutating a deadly virus that killed tens of millions that infected hundreds of millions and then The New York Times drops the story which I gotta be honest with you I think it's one of the biggest stories of all Clearly laying down cover for the Durham investigation for things going on in the dorm investigation

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FOX News: Authorities Warn Tyre Nichols Video 'Will Be Hard to Watch'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 3 d ago

FOX News: Authorities Warn Tyre Nichols Video 'Will Be Hard to Watch'

"The police chief who has seen the video says it defies humanity. It's heartbreaking. Here's a report from Fox News channel sharing the details of all of these events that led to the death of 29 year old Tyree Nichols. Hours from now Memphis police are expected to release body cam footage from the night of Tyree Nichols death and authorities are warning that video will be hard to watch now. This all started on January 7th when the 29 year old was pulled over by Memphis police on suspicion of reckless driving. What we're about to play here is a recording from the police scanner from part of the confrontation. Listen. We got one more big run. Pull over. He's running around. We have one running on foot. He's fighting at this time. The nickels families legal team has seen the footage and they say it shows the 5 officers beating Tyree for three minutes. He died in the hospital three days after the incident. Now, cities across the nation are bracing anticipating the tape could trigger civil unrest with the methodist police chief giving this morning. This is not just a professional failing. This is a failing of basic humanity toward another individual. This incident was heinous, reckless, and inhumane. And in the vein of transparency, when the video is released in the coming days, you will see this for yourselves. None of this is a calling card for inciting violence or destruction on our community or against our citizens.

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"less than hour" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"less than hour" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Acres It's Katie for screaming Like a crazy person Again the foaming the clawing at the fake Katie Katie slowed on the phone The foaming the clawing just stop please just stop the foaming and the clawing and the screaming and just take it down Take the temperature down a bit And then hilariously the energy executive gives her an answer says listen if we're not exploring new lands we're not going to have energy security in the future because there will be no new oil on those lands And she starts giving me my time Reclaiming my time Maybe reclaim some of your IQ points That might help a little bit there Kate What do you think that As my producer for the podcast said this morning she's like the Karen of Karen She is the queen in a village of Karen's right there Katie pushed screaming Reclaiming my time You will get in my Pink Floyd If you don't take some hate they're trying to have any pudding How can you have any pudding if you don't hate your mate If yes yeah this is like screaming like the school teacher in Pink Floyd the wall Screaming at them like kids Because God forbid oil executives want to produce oil I know that sounds crazy And I know lefties are like 30 Yeah tell that to the Carpenter filled up his tank the other day going to work and is now working for about two to $3 extra excuse me less than hour because it's going into his gas tank and not producing profitable jobs Tell him that Katie why don't you scream at him Katie for big hero on the left Katie Porter Your gas prices are up because of people like Katie Porter Joe Biden and peppermint patty They're liars and they don't give a damn about you They never did And you don't give two hits with an acid in front of it About you your gas tank or anything else All right I got more on this coming up after the break including some comments from Americans about gas prices that had reported red to Psaki and Psaki's like I'm just going to ignore that and talk about some other irrelevant crap All right coming up as to the break We'll be right back.

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"less than hour" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"And if you ask the people of that newer generation back in 1945, whether they believed there would ever be a day when their city would be not one of the most expensive cities in the world. But the one most expensive city in the world would they have had the hope and the courage to believe you? Maybe. Maybe they would have said, yes, our falafel can cost more. Our oranges, we can charge more for them. Buses can be proletarian forms of transportation without actually being priced so that workers can afford them. Maybe, or maybe the reality of what we accomplished in the three short generations since that film was made would have been too great for even the most optimistic Tel Aviv and to foresee in 1945. As for me, I have to admit, though, I'm not proud of this. My own thoughts wander today that the people of Paris city of light city of love, whose residents went to sleep last night, secure in the belief that they lived in the most expensive city in the world, only to wake in the morning to find that their coffee costs less than hours, their dog food is less dear, their parking is less pricey, their exfoliants are extravagant. It must be a bitter pill to swallow, but it is not a time to gloat. It is not even really a time to celebrate our accomplishments rather, it is time, I think, to further fortify our hope and courage our resolve and to say we can do even better two days ago, and this is true. I myself spent 16 shekels on a suf ganiya donut. That's $5 U.S. or four €50, only to find that the sukanya was peanut butter and jelly flavored and essentially inedible. My point is, there is always more to be done. Call me a dreamer, but I believe that whatever it costs to live in Tel Aviv today, still more expensive times are ahead because as Theodore herzl famously said, if you sell it, it is no dream. Today, with us in the studio, as a woman whose lovely prose is so rich, so grand that it alone could account for the thick air of opulence and luxury that makes you lightheaded whenever you enter the city. Obviously, I'm speaking about Allison Kaplan summer. Allison has written for Politico, the new republic foreign policy that Jerusalem posted the GTA the forward and many other of your very best papers and magazine, she is a columnist with her Rx. You have heard her on NPR PRI and the BBC, including just yesterday when she spoke about Tel Aviv's outstanding performance in the field of excellence in being expensive and you have seen her on I 24 television and Al Jazeera TV, Alison holds a beneath world center award for journalism recognizing excellence in Diaspora reportage. And a Simon rock har award for excellence in covering Zionism alia in Israel, Alison, how are you doing? I'm doing well. So on the BBC, after they asked me all the questions in which I used all my pseudo economic knowledge to analyze the reasons why the anchor asked me a great question. She said, but you know you've got the beach and it's such a fun lively city. She said, is it worth it? Oh. She said, should people still come and pay those high prices? Is tell of you. To which you said, of course. Of course I did. Of course. It would be worth twice the price. Can you imagine if I'd said no. No, don't bother save your money. It's a place to go to. Also with us in the studio and we are so happy is deana craft. Deana craft. Yay. Writes for the Christian science monitor and the Los Angeles Times and Israeli and Palestinian societies and the host alongside Sally Abed of the wonderful newish podcast groundwork about Palestinians and Jews refusing to accept the status quo and working for change. You will already know deana craft obviously for her wonderful prior podcast. The branch, which in each episode brought a new, deeply reported story of Jews and Arabs in the Israel forging profound and menstrual relations in hopes of building a truly shared society. Tina has in her storied past been an AP correspondent based in Jerusalem and Johannesburg covering presumably the coveted four syllable named cities beginning with a letter J beat, suggesting that we will soon find her based in Johnson City, Tennessee, or maybe in jail Julia, after that, it's hard to say. It could go to Kansas City, Kalamazoo, and Kuwait City, or maybe stay on the Jays to jeju city, South Korea, or jacobabad in Pakistan. I guess only time will tell Dina was also a Neiman fellow at a university in the Boston area, not exactly in Boston, but nearby right near Summerville, but no definitely not tough. It was not tough. Dina, it's great to have you. How are you? Great to be here. I guess I might be going to Jakarta next. Jakarta. But Jakarta see only has three syllables. I don't know if you can go down in syllables, I think you can only go up and syllables can advance in the see that you can go to the four syllable K names. I think feel L you can go to four syllables or up to 5 syllables. That's just the way that I don't know. I don't know that much about your own. I'm not a journalist, so you can tell me. As for me, my name is no afraid that I don't mean to boast, but this week, I undertook to determine scientifically through fastidious attention to empirical detail, which are better sustainable or donuts. They're not the same exactly my children explain to me. Thus contributing to the growing literature on this important sociocultural and bio nutritional question. And I'm not trying to brag that is not how I was raised, but I believe I produce some important data despite the fact that my interim results are inconclusive and further intensive research is called for today we will discuss three topics of heroic importance, but first we have a matter that we're following with alert interesting great concern, as part of an occasional series we call the promised podcast muses over the misapprehension of militarism in much beloved music. It is Hanukkah, of course. And one of the Israeli songs most associated with the holiday and most often played on the radio on Hanukkah is a song by Naomi shimmer called owes praises for the fortress.

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"less than hour" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

"Read it digest it and then reach out to john and social media and let us know how it went. What was your quarter of a million dollar idea. You're ten thousand dollars or five thousand hundred. Yeah i mean for me just watching my own testimonial videos if nothing else. That'll make me feel good so john. I cannot thank you enough. This has been amazing. While i appreciate it man. And i'm going to quote you as as testimonial saying this book has been worth two hundred fifty thousand dollars. You can do that. you can do that. easily Thank you and if there's anything i can do to help support this this book please let me know where i really appreciate it. Thanks john while if you got like a tenth as much out of that as i did. You're in really good. This is a really good less than hour that you spent. There's a few takeaways that i hope. Stick with you. These are some of my biggest takeaways number. One your business succeeds when your customer succeeds now when your facebook ads sixteen. I wouldn't even your affiliate succeed. Although i would certainly argue that too big. You know that's probably one of the probably number to your business succeed on your customer succeed in a few focus on that you're going to be successful number two focus on what you're the best at not what you can be one of the best of like what's that thing where you're probably the best and it doesn't have to be. Oh you're the best you make the best such or no you make the best such and such four people who blink blink blink play so you make the best shoe you make the best running shoe for people. Who over pro nate. If you don't know what that means don't worry about it. you know. People who over pro nate and tend to land a little too far back instead of on their on the balls. Urfi i dunno like you may not be the best instructor at you..

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"less than hour" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Or a biscardi or something like that. Kathy loves panerabread. We were we. Were coming back from Coming back from charleston becoming back in south carolina and we stopped at a panera bread and we got out and she likes to when you get the super bowl you know in the brain and the bread ball yet in the bread ball. She had the soup. She loved that we got out in the car and she goes. Oh no she goes. I lost the diamond off my ring and she showed me a ring diamonds missing like wedding ring or just a normal one of one of one wedding. It was a wedding and she wedding rings lushes in when we got married in nineteen seventy four or we go when we got married in nineteen seventy four. I sold us. Sixty three tempest for two hundred dollars and bought her wedding ring subsequently she worked at jc penney for eleven years in vermont and they would have. Oh look this. They have this sale to get thirty percent and forty percent and she's upgraded that ring seven or eight. She's always very careful about how she spent on it but she's upgraded the original wedding ring several times so she walked around like michael jordan ivan rings only wondering at a time that you get them in this nothing real fancy in grand about them at all like five. She was missing diamond from the ring. I just went into the bathroom. She's in the bathroom looking around at everything and she sitting there. And i'm sitting in the car waiting for her and i'm the guy with the really really bad eyesight right. I look over on the seat. And i could see a little sparkle and the diamond had fallen right on the seat. Lucky for you and we still haven't put it back at put back in the ring because we don't trust the setting jc penney ring. So i guess they're not around anymore. Now these guys right here. We're talking about restaurants right now. Have so many openings right now. I saw chick-fil-a is raising their. I hate to say the raising their minimum wage to fifteen dollars because that's not raising minimum wage raising their entry level positions. They shouldn't use minimum wage in the news articles to fifteen dollars an hour amazon again. Same news article. They're raising their minimum wage. Eighteen dollars an hour eighteen. Because there's been fifteen for while and they shouldn't use the word minimum wage because that makes everyone confused. No your entry level job is starting at eight hundred dollars lose the minimum wage because when you say minimum wage that means you know. Government issued type. Stuff i digress. Here you know this texas restaurant right. Now's hired several robots to be a server admit it staff shortages restaurant owner added. He'd still believes that human contact is more central than ever in these trying times now. One owner in dallas texas is getting creative the nationwide staff shortage shortage taco. Borge get tackled walkers his name. He owns and operates. The latin american restaurant lug dooney hiatt three robots to help service hungry customers. He's a forty year. Veteran of the restraint ended industry and he told today food that he had to close several as readers during the pandemic when it came to saving his last restaurant early some he would agenda about anything so this guy had several restaurant and he was trying to maintain the last restaurant. Yeah and he said we have to come up with a way to change our entire model a service. Otherwise we're gonna lose the last five service we got so we called up. Jackie chan now. Listen jackie chan i look. I looked up. Who jackie chan was. Yeah and he is the actual. Ceo of a texas based company called american robotic which is kind of ironic and all the same time. Jackie chan chinese guy. You back in robotics so yeah in. The chen showed up in less than hour. Lay they would robots you know he delivered robot and we finished installation within an hour. A said it would take weeks to get silver up to speed the role much. Just took forty five minutes so there you go so now if you want to see this video right here dan. So you're seeing this guy or the the robot and this is a live video from that restaurant. looks like. He's got five trays behind him. It almost looks like an upright vacuum cleaner mean. This literally looks like a japanese robot. The success something to see from the jetsons. Oh weird scifi saturday movement is but it's it's almost you ever seen japanese row. They're so infatuated with cute. Little things on the on the face the touchscreen on this thing it looks like a little kitten and got the is that appointed in the rest. The black guys pointed. Listen now the floor tiles on to rolling on the floor. I'm back to collect more. Here's another video here so right here. Take this away before play this. Yeah the robots mostly deliver food. He said greek customers. I think the staff is really optimized servers process. And the past and neither people multitask go back and forth back and forth. Now they just have one person in the kitchen. Put all the food on the load board of the robot and the other way. They don't need to go back to the case. And here's another video right here this color video so you can see listen you here. I am back did you hear the i m mack. Please dispose of me. Hold on i. They've got these robots but a taco places kind of simple. I mean it really is. I want a steak medium rare. I want potatoes instead of fries. I want this is just a server. You you still gonna have someone take the order but this is going to deliver the order out to the person and they have it. I mean dan. I gotta take this off. I gotta take my own food off this machine and put it on my table i i. I was watching the video. And i don't see any way it's gonna lifted off the table and get it back. We had a couple of things that happened when we were up in the black mountains. The first one we went to a place for your three day one day vacation we went to a place called louise's kitchen and you as a tent in the walkway when you go up and as menus and when you're standing there you go to the menus you too girl takes your order punch it all in and you pay for it and you pay for it. Then then she walks you up and meanwhile they get it started cooking then they walk you up and sit at the table. Which is it saving the weight. Waitresses have to come and take your orders all the way through you want. Will you same thing you can do. You don't have to rush. You can let someone go ahead of you. If you're standing out in this like verandah area everyone's looking at face down on the menu looking at your menu. You tell you exact. Tell them exactly which one you wanna have to eat. Dan what if you wanna sit there like my wife and i when we go out to eat. We always sit at the bar always at the bar. Because it's it's nice. It's right there they don't have to worry about anyone. Displaces not feel. I'm just trying to say having a different way of doing it. And it also warned to say when we went we went to a place called east village tavern we each each east village grill. Yeah right yeah. We my sponsor yes. We went there and went to eat and there was. There were two waitresses and one of them was the bartender. And this is the whole restaurant and they were rushing back and forth and we were sitting there and waiting in my wife's getting impatient. Soco's i said kathy you can see that there's only two people here and one of the persons. That was their quick while we were waiting. Really actually come on quit and other. I'm out of here and other girl came and the other girl came over. She i am so sorry. The other waitresses quit. I'm the only one here. She was taken care of. Like twelve tables and to the bartender back and forth. She's very nice. Took our order. Gut it kitchen help or anything kitchen help doing that. But she was pretty much running the whole the whole bar which is probably like fifteen eighteen stools. She was taken care of there and all the tables in there and she was very polite. She wasn't like rushing like a madman. But you can see. She was very quick and man. I got a woman yet. I gave him. I gave her a ten dollar tip. Because i i realize how high and how much the tab it was twenty two bucks or something and you give them ten. Yeah instead.

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"less than hour" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"She said she couldn't believe she could be put in jail for something so ridiculous. Okay i'll play with the police look much. Police don't really have a lot of jobs less than hour later. police really. She said the police were really unkind in an interview. Harbor experience the spokeswoman would onto beliefs said there was no record of briscoe had made a complaint during her three hours in jail. She appear by video before magistrate. Who told her that she could go to prison. She bali order. I said really for making a take talk. You violated to order. Don't order was shot. The puck up. It's like alpha nine. Wow yes yes. basically the. Even the judge dismissed order against us. She is still facing misdemeanor. Charge violating the called to the stand wednesday the right to many silent on vice versa attorney anita glass of wine and a nap. She told her followers at court. She got carrying you. Gotta tell the tick-tock fan you gotta tell our guest. The race of this woman cocoa risco. Okay whole is why people news this all right chat. Rooms sound like white mitch. You're going to brush your teeth and her son got daddy why. I didn't know i couldn't do that. Why everyone story is palm. This is way too complicated and people are going to court on purpose. I'm going say signs colo white. Why does that neigh has me stopped but that sound like crazy. White woman drama also. She left the bar on a bicycle. White is cw drama. Whitest white the stubbornness as white like is was bleached as a tic tac turns white males white chocolate. Mitch has a tiny white white selfish. Paul yeah i will say eighty one as publicly sharing their data struggles Todd it does you know. Lend yourself to assert and she like what. I can't do what you told me not to do. No no for me. Also civilly saying is just the kind of person that shares must social media had me in my personal life you have a problem with boundaries and knowing win something is not everybody's business right so i wouldn't feel comfortable fucking what you anyway. 'cause you you it you have to escalate with the internet you can't they never take de-escalation you gotta if you wanna keep engaging you gotta keep ramping it up so you gotta be iowa. Hey y'all finish talking. You know saying he and other room sleeping girl just won't say date's going pretty good you know we'll see how things go in the morning. You know like is dead level like are you crazy like what are you. Why are you saying everything. So i can see not bartenders sharing video on from like eight managers. Leave us alone not not awesome. Go harass her and do something just like a girl is a fucking mess in his novel and it sounds like on a bike home from the bar for a reason. Kamal in it. Sounds like it's one of those things where they probably have had interaction with her directly or indirectly to people ugo sound like they all in the same. What she's come to the bar so and she's doing this probably for ticked. I see people just like i'm not up on his take shape but i just know she's a mess like she become to act stupid guaranteed as shadow network in every city of the bars. Like a watch is do watch for this. Debut starring some shit every time they up edges. Just be careful and boom so anyway. You say why everyone's.

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"less than hour" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To know what it would take to make you happy. Now. That's a clip from an interview that was aired this past week with podcast host David Rubin. McGowan discussed a phone call she says she received from Governor Newsom's wife. A week before The New York Times revealed Harvey Weinstein's alleged abuse of actresses over many decades. There's a lot to this story. We have more of her full statement coming up in less than hour at about 7 20 will go deeper on this. Okay. California lawmakers will hold a final vote today on a spousal rape bill, which removes an exemption to the state raped law if the victim is married to the perpetrator. It treats the rape of a spouse the same as that of a non spouse. Currently, those convicted of spousal rape in California can be eligible for probation instead of prison. The Justice Department is suing Texas over controversial new abortion law. NBC's Pete Williams has more. The Justice Department says the law denies women the right to seek an abortion. Deprives the federal government of the power to enforce that right and blocks delivery of federal health care. Attorney General Um Eric Garland said that the new law in Texas banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy is clearly unconstitutional under longstanding U. S. Supreme Court precedent. He also noted that the law offers no exemptions for rape or incest. And expressed concern that other Republican led states could follow suit with similar laws. Nearly 60% of 9 11 1st responders, along with survivors are dealing with a health condition linked to exposure at Grand Zero, Here's NBC's Lisa G. The CDC looked at over 104,000 people enrolled in the World Trade Center health program. The majority of conditions are noncancerous, while the most cancerous conditions were skin and male genital cancer. The study also said cancers are up 1000. Percent since 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency said shortly after the attacks. The air in the downtown area was safe to breathe. Lisa G. NBC News Radio New York also going on this morning, The San Francisco Unified School District has introduced mindfulness and meditation as part of its curriculum this year. Meditation in school. Yeah, over 57,000 students attend school in the district, and each of them will learn about mindfulness. The district said it introduced the technique into every curriculum. Every grade's curriculum for the, uh, for this school here, and they hope it will reduce stress. And while there might be many parents out there that wish our school did a better job with some of the basics like math and English, and so on. Maybe meditation isn't a bad thing to teach, right? I mean, you know, all of us it was kids included, have experienced stress over the past year and a half your your top national stories. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tells ABC News that on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, domestic terror is the biggest security threat facing the United States. During a ceremony this morning at the Department of Justice Attorney General Merrick Garland, reflecting on that day, said that day is forever seared into all of our memories. The pain, the terror Enormous loss. And also the incredible displays of courage. On Thursday, he announced the lawsuit against Texas over its new law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. He says it's unconstitutional, also announced Thursday, all employers with more than 100 workers must mandate Covid 19 vaccinations. President Biden said he understands the anger from vaccinated people towards the unvaccinated. Overnight. The president spoke by phone with Chinese President Xi Jinping. China says there can be collaboration between the countries if they respect each other's core values. Brian Clark ABC NEWS two weeks of free childcare, That's the headline and it's a news from your neighborhood. The consequences change.

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"less than hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Times bestselling author of the latest book. No yourself know your money. Discover why you handle money the way you do and what to do about it. Dana's in modesto california dan. Welcome to the ramsey show. Thanks dave how're you doing better than i deserve. How can i help so understood. Having a little bit of a qualm right now with trying to decide where to go okay. i am a plumber right now as service plumber. I work on commission. Because i've found that really the best places to work around here and make decent. Money is to be on commission based now that means a hundred percent of my income is commission. Okay i have no base salary. So my my income varies very wildly. What's your motto. My worst month was about Three thousand take come. What will it be in the next year. What will be your worst month in the next year Probably about two thousand and twenty five hundred. Why why would you have it worse than your worst month or so far and you've been doing it a while. It should be it if this is true. Okay what's been your best money and my best months has been Eight thousand take them. Okay so three to eight thousand is your range that we're working with and so that's wildly okay. How much is your rent. Fifteen fifty a month. Okay and your question is what so. I've been trying to work extra to try to at to make sure that my worst months stay as minimal as possible. Meaning you know i. I don't have those bad months The only problem with that is. I would the way we do it. I work on call. So i would be on call over an overnight or and then on the weekends but if the calls don't come in i don't really i don't get paid anything for just being on call right so i'm wondering should i continue to work these extra shifts and you know hope that the calls come in or should i maybe look somewhere else where i would be making much less per call because i average know if i'm actually working on the weekends i average about forty five dollars an hour to sixty five somewhere in there Depending on the job or should. I take job way less than hour. But it's guaranteed dan. Where are you but when it comes to debt savings your financial picture. What does that look like. Yes so we've got about fifty four thousand total debt We're renting right now so we don't have the mortgage and we have we have a thousand or thousand for baby step one in savings and then i've got thousand in the checking right now that i keep their because i don't know i next paycheck's gonna be so. I wanna keep that just in case utilities or or something like that. Yeah yeah well when it comes to understand just the budgeting process with a commission based. I don't wanna say salary because it's not salary. Your on commission is is mapping out priorities and so those first four things being that rents your utilities transportation and food and so like these are the things that absolutely have to be paid every single month like we have to have money for these things to survive and then everything else under that. I would listen. Priority of this is the next. This is the next thing we need next. Next is all the way down and the goal would be to get to a place because there is such a swing for you that aunt you can live off of that budget. That of okay if everything if we could do everything we needed to right we can live off this budget and then on the months that we make more than that we put we put it away in in a different checking account it would. I don't care what it is for the down months you can pull from that. It's kind of slush funds that you're keeping month-to-month and people that aren't commission there's a level of that that you need to be able to for that to be your safety net so i would do that and then as regards to your question on which job You should take if you do the hourly or get a lesser paying hourly positions somewhere else I would map out. I mean on average. How much are you making when you're working overtime with that plumbing company where you're making more and just see over a three month period clocking. Exactly how much you're making extra and then run the numbers that if you're in an ally a lower paying job how many hours would you be working to make that type and kinda just kind of like a cost analysis. You know what i would do. Here's what i'm hearing. You didn't grow up in a commission. Based or self employed family. You grew up in a family that was salaried and so this is scaring your mom and dad and it's scaring us 'cause no because you don't know how to emotionally process these swings much less to how to handle the math math. Rachel just told you how to do it with prioritization And so the way to back off and look at it as this. Everyone is on straight commission. If your own salary and you don't go to work. They quit paying you. They fire but you know and so you know everybody ultimately is straight commission. And so the way you've got to look at it is overall so what i would do. I heard a couple of concerns. One is i heard unpredictability. Driving you. nuts. You can't tell how much the overtime and how much of the on call to take and how much not to take in you feel desperate because of the volatility to take all of it and it's keeping you working all the time only you don't work all the time because on call sometimes you're just sitting there and you don't get the forty five bucks an hour And so what i would do is say all right. I'm gonna make a couple of suctions in my business model here. Assumption is number one is. I don't wanna work all the time. Okay so how much do i want to work. And so you would take some overtime some on call shifts but not as many as you're taking now are not as many as you're taking when you get good and scared okay and just say over the scope of a year. I wanna work this many hours. Okay now you're you're working forty plus these on calls right correct okay and so if you're on call you know you're own call as much as eighty right so would back that down and say all right. I got a kid i got. I got a life. And so i'm going to work some on call plus my forty and so i'm gonna work fifty or i'm gonna work sixty for the next three years and i'm just gonna dollar up and back until i get to that each. Take the premium extra twenty hours of on call but not the not the forty hour of uncle. You don't have to do that today if i'm going to do that as my assumption. What's my income. Probably going to be and you can estimate that very close. You've got a lot of details based on what you told me. And that is your household income. Are that's your income for this career and It sounds to me like that. That's about a seventy or eighty thousand dollars job That i just described you have the ability to make a hundred and twenty but you're working in unreasonable number of hours to get there so you're probably in an eighty thousand dollar with some. Ot some on call. Is that a fair. Guess now so no. You don't take a forty thousand dollars job when you're making eighty to get quote unquote stability. Because what. I just outlined really was stability dan. That's a very predictable environment that i just outlined in you can go do that so that's what i would do. I think but i think you gotta lay it out like that and then you say all right. What's the minimum. We've got to have every month to eat and what rachel said. You lay out your priorities. We call it the four walls food shelter clothing transportation and utilities. Before you do anything else you lay that down exactly in that order and then everything else is listed on the to do list based on priority number one is where all the money goes until extra money past the four walls until it's done in number two number two buckets full spills over to number three number. Three's full spills over number four and that's how you're gonna work off. Your debt. is doing that now. Having done all of that you may choose to crank it back up to eighty hours for a period of time as gazelle intensity to attack that debt. But at that point. You're doing it. Not out of desperation. Due to the inside the emotional insecurity of the variable income or the unpredictability of it. You're doing it 'cause we're attacking debt with a system That's it. I mean it's that's exactly it the feeling which is very real of holding your breath every month. How are we're.

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"less than hour" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"You very much for to get in. Nope and realize oh. Do we have to get to the andrew cuomo thing. It's so good we also have eyeball looking. We have a lot konya search. We have a lot. We should probably if we're if we only have a few non main topics that you want to get to prioritize the connie since it just happen okay. There's a lot of buzz about it. Okay so con- yea has done his second listening party for this frigging album. Don't don't don't they. Don't they donder. That's my thing in and sam. You guys are super into it. I mean you guys you guys tell me about this. Experience can watch the to if we we have a. We have a third khania. Stan in the building is also. I'm on this hype train to just your you we. We know that nobody cares about khania. The same way that ian does take on this. What do you want to know. How was it. how was the live event. I mean i thought it was pretty cool. Yeah well done that. The album still didn't come out no doesn't exist took so he played the whole album in this live event. So why isn't he dropping them. He's probably working on it again. He's told me an interesting fact. It's available for preorder on itunes which is completely blank. There's like it just as track one through twenty four but you said people are looking in. The coding of it and things are being uploaded. I know i mean i. I don't think it comes out today if anyone's holding their breath i don't think it comes out today. Which today was the stated really state. So yeah that's where we're or missing them on that one. Did he sell out the stadium again for the second one. I don't know if he sold it out. I'm not sure people don't think these mega shows it's kind of interesting. The first one he sold out made killing on as second one. What like a week or two later he stay. He's staying in the stadium for million dollars a day by the way. This is the most expensive prison cell i've ever seen. This is what is room. Looks like he's being a million dollars a day to rent out the mercedes benz studio. This is literally prison cell look ship so he's so for the second one here we've got an update It did selo in. He sold more than half the amount of tickets in less than hour. Oh so he sought out the second one too. I believe so. Yeah okay. so he's just making a killing. This is really interesting business. He's going like how many live performances are people going to show up two yen at least one or two more. I think you could get look album was out. You wouldn't be able to do those shows right. Because i think part of the world to hear this newman. Definitely part of the hype. But you know to his credit. He does put on a hell of a show. Man i saw i saw some of the stills from that show and it looked wild as hell do. Is it pay per view. Do you have to pay to watch. It live now. If you have a apple music you can watch it. Live also is sponsored so he's also getting kickbacks from apple did in the skies crushing it. Only damn this is what they've been up to that at twenty four hour livestream leading up to the live event. And this is all it is is. This is connie just ripping iron dude. I saw funny named. They're like when you wake up at three am decided to get your life together. Start lifting weights and shit. Let's get it. Let's get it back where that's actually him. Yeah that's him. you know. Put doing pushups. This is the livestream. It's awesome. I mean that is good because with peace and love. You is not looking too healthy. The last couple years. What review of my health. Money than what happened to money in man these mode. Now my problems over here. He is dressed like melrose so here he here he is just like hell raiser getting ready to go out in this outfits pretty wild i guess rarely this is a real balenciaga item. Hello okay here the this shit. Dan was giving me such yesterday. Because i think the jacket is the coolest fucking thing ever. I mean you kept saying that. I said okay. Let's get you on and you can wear it. Well that's probably like a twenty thousand dollar jacket. Well it's a one of a kind. I believe i found a a fake version. Okay how much is the famous iraq that on eighty dollars eighty dollars boxes waiting for so fucking hyped it. It's the porcupine. No one will mess with you because they can't get too close. It's one of one really. He sure yeah. I mean at least it's not for sale. I'm embarrassed was the yeah that i mean balenciaga. That'd that's a very expensive jacket from balenciaga. So he's out there raising hell still of him with the jacket on. Let's see here. Yeah here you go. Is this how we performed in. I think he put on at one point hughes kind of changing his Hellraiser yeah exactly said that like ten times in the past. Oh i wasn't paying.

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"less than hour" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"There's no other way. I can put it to you. I mean we're talking about anime. Let's put put on. Tv of turned out on tv for a small amount of money. I mean they're making buk-ku bucks. I mean come on remember. I told you horia masto sold out the msg garden. Madison square garden was eighteen thousand seats. He sold out like with eight years or sold out in less than hour. And you win the main event and guess what happens. He gets five hundred thousand dollars. Data white gives them a fifty thousand dollar bonus. Is that an insult. Or what i mean. If it wasn't fifty thousand dollars yuan. I tear it up in little pieces and throw back in his face or maybe cinema truckload of pennies. A some actually. I don't want your money or something like but that's what a pizza to work. Danny that's why i don't touch high on the world of mixed martial arts. I liked the fires. I like the individuals. But i don't like to the business process. And i think to explode to to for me to highlight that to an extreme will be exploited. Dana white's pimping. And just feel funny doing that. Anyway you are to in ring. Talk live and i've got a bit of a bit of an issue as far as conscious of somebody. You don't believe that. But the bottom is i've been doing this thirty seven. Make that thirty eight years. Now in conscious weighs heavily speaking away and heavily disguised the heavyweight that people need to take note of them. Talk about michael coffee. Michael polite coffee middle lane play. He's play was from brooklyn. New york was. That's where the bronx bomber comes to the bronx bomber fema lopez where it now coming to us from. He former tech actor current world hundred thirty five pound champion. Hook it up with george cameras. We're gonna for august the nineteenth. I'll check the date a little bit later. Of course it was supposed to go down last week but three days before the fight he tests positive for covid. I think that was a that. Sorta smelled a little bit to me. Because you're going to schedule this right away. I don't know if he tested positive kobe. But the bottom line is i think that promotion looking to be rescheduled. Anyway that it wasn't going to work as far as the time factor was anyway. Michael polite coffee going to take on the trial horse. Gerald williams gerard with gerald william washington of course washing. Now let twenty four to draw at one point time. He was a decent cruiserweight and he's fought and heavyweight for most part. But this guy Copy twelve zip nine. Kale's guys don't get out of those guys don't get out of there with them them of course. tko's fi. He went five already. So that's sort of good to win. Five rows twice when six rows one time and unanimous nod that was in the third or fourth pride. I guys got to go to the rows. He's knocking people really cool until you get hit on the chin or you get tired and you don't know what to do. You have to get tired. You have to get hit on times. You have to be tested in order to prevail as the the upper echelon of boxing if you fail as a club fight or you're not going to make it as a champions no doubt about that anyway back to the world of box open phone lines around the planet when eight hundred eight seven. Eight seven five two nine. That's one eight hundred eight seven seven five two nine hope to have theresa tapioca. Who's that you might know that name. The wife of johnny tapa longtime wife dedicated wife. I mean johnny love to things cocaine and theresa and unfortunately theresa was second the cocaine and a lot of 'cause he would die of a of and drug overdose or a heart attack Brought on by drug overdose by the mere fact. Did he was taking those vikings. Those pain pills missing. He got hooked. On the the opioids wounded when he died. Was seventy eight years now. Two thousand thirteen something like that. But johnny tapia on the show a few months before he died talking about life this and he was happy to live life and at the same time he was hooked up on opiates. Of course you know. I suffer from low few problems in the family. My mother was hooked on. Oprah is back in the nineties and my sister's just gave her more dope. That's what they that's how they got control. The estate just gave her more dope as gave them more dope so when i tried to wean her off of him the vikings another was. She was taking three vikings day. He's big pain pills that she was saying she couldn't wait for like you know. Eight o'clock four o'clock wherever times where she was like had it on my bill. Need my pill. So i gave her a vitamin c. Tablet or vitamin e. tablet wherever it was but it looked just like the vikings so i slipped two of those in one day and then give her a real viking and night okay so when she went to sleep so anyway it worked perfectly. Tell my sisters found out and they wanted to make a move. As far as her money was concerned so they told her they told the dope fiend. Now who's my mother at the time he's taken away your dope. He's given you fake pills twice a day. Well guess what you tell an opioid freak that and guess what they're going to discard you like like a piece of can like a discarded tissue and just what happened. But the end of the day. I stood my ties to this. In the open. I think reading opioid problem in nineteen eighty s. This was before of course before it became mainstream and easy. These are the white side of the family. Of course the. The latin side of the family The puerto rico side of the family. They had all kinds opioid problems with your all heroin related. I kid you not had a lot of heroin family. You ring talk labra white. Check your inside. Look at the world of boxing. Mma connor ben. Back the design. Of course he wealthed. Wait the son of nigel. Benn is we've been of course the doctor story mandates against that was a fantastic fighter hundred sixty and one hundred and sixty eight pounds and he. Wbz champion both way classes. No doubt about that. of course. he is Amanda will forever live in for you know being being being just the bomber. I mean he was a guy has a couple of guys that he fought and bring up one thing in particular. But i'm still let that go anyway. Nigel benn son. You're going to hook hook it up against adrian granados let about undesired july thirty first. Have you got his own. You don't have a yet probably in a question. Nineteen bucks a month. I think i get it for nine. Ninety nine i think because i was grandfathered in at an early time who's barter early on it was like nine ninety nine. I think now. I'm not positive but i think now up to nine hundred ninety nine a month so if you want to watch the fights on his own you gotta get zone and zone is something that happens on. Your phone. happens on your computer and don't happen on your television. Sorry just not a tv channel. It's designed it's an app so you've got a smartphone. I said to myself the other day. I wanna get frank maldonado of boxing trainers here in the city by the bay. Wanna give them a smartphone. So i saw and i pleaded with them to give smartphone. He won't give up a slip phone he just won't give it up. I mean you can't text of you. Came and give them a basic tex. He can't go basis cast. He doesn't know what that is doesn't know what area so he won't go with the smartphone. I guess is the way some people. Just don't wanna get get off the ball and do it right but the bottom line is you're tuned to ring talk live role. I check your inside. Look at the world boxing. Mma s michael coffee and drove zero washington. Gonna go on the heavy us. Judge ally the thirty first. That'll be on Fox and speaking of fox. I said they a million viewers more power to a man. They can keep doing numbers like that. Boxing's coming back in a very very good way. Everything quest kid. Galahad zone august seventeenth james dickinson. Ibn featherweight title. Of course showtime gonna go on the fourteenth and yes. Oh i think we'll be there. He says he won't because his wife was called a slut by john royal casimiro. He called and told her that and he told her she could bite on wing wang and that kind of stuff. So that didn't Didn't didn't didn't endear him to the family. Of course rachel runs show. I mean she. I'm just telling you she's the most dominant woman boxing she is. I mean she kicked off a lot of managers. Lot of agents lot of promoters. Of course. here's a thirty eight years old to champion again. Upset being the champion but he is a champion has no doubt about it and of course a couple of years ago and it's five before this one. He had broken facial bones of note of nail and annoy annoy course he pound for pound best fighter ever to come out of japan. Of course the undefeated hundred and eighteen pound champion twenty one to now eighteen nineteen knockouts coming off that win a couple of weeks last week. So he's a real deal but donayre has got to get past casimiro and that's going to go down august fourteenth. And it'll be on showtime course showtime talking about twenty years of show boxing. We're gonna celebrate that. I think in august as well twenty years a show walks. I remember when jay larkin star. Show box he. Recipes died of brain cancer. Game and dan duva both sides though both either brain cancer. And when you see these guys and you know. They're they're geniuses. Gandhi was the guy that came up with the pay per view idea was when closed circuit. Tv was happening. When i mean by that is when you went to a big fight. He didn't show on home television. They didn't show it on. Hbo show it on pay per view. They showed it at movie houses. And at a gyms in big auditory and things like that okay news. They had the fight on. The big screen was called close circuit television. So when closed circuit television at is compeq. The andruw nineteen eighty-one said to everybody. I'm gonna start a fight on paper view and he'll what you're gonna put a fight on pay per view and of course don king Said he was out of his mind. Bob arum said this is the end of the business. The business will never be the same. The business gonna go to go to hell. We're all going to go bankrupt because they figuring with pay per view that people would like you know gang up on paper you it was cut out. Scott would be the fight by the fight in. Then we'll go over to scott. He's house and watch the fight. Well that didn't work out. They didn't turn out to be be that way. Of course dan duva started the tommy hearns Sugar ray leonard. Fight and september of nineteen eighty. One was the first fight ever unlimited pay-per-view that did well and the rest is history. No doubt about that now. We can't watch fight without being on paper or hey twenty-first-century baby talk live worldwide little tower tower to the break. You got the funk. Af- is you know what that means you've got the funk of bias tower power dot com are doing the ring talk roy and wbz.

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"less than hour" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"About how and why her statements changed over the course of the time. He was questioning her. You originally did you know. Any conversation with bonders all out susan and then within the hour you ended up saying your statement about you have the conversation december two thousand so my question is what was amazed. You remember that conversation can go home. We're still here in that less than hour. Time for it you know. I don't know. I don't know what you're remember things that happen. Sixteen seventy years ago. I really find as you and you really intimidated. You are just and you're also scary. And i was really really trying to answer you and when i thought about it i asked you incorrectly. I really didn't a nickel. yes was gonna be. Yes should've just said overmanned.

"less than hour" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"About how and why her statements changed over the course of the time. He was questioning her. You originally did you know. Any conversation with bonders all out susan and then within the hour you ended up saying your statement about you have the conversation december two thousand so my question is what was amazed. You remember that conversation can go home. We're still here in that less than hour. Time for it you know. I don't know. I don't know what you're remember things that happen. Sixteen seventy years ago. I really find as you and you really intimidated. You are just and you're also scary. And i was really really trying to answer you and when i thought about it i asked you incorrectly. I really didn't a nickel. yes was gonna be. Yes should've just said overmanned.

"less than hour" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"Series. And i just said this from five minutes and then i fucking hit. Play what you got and i got done with it. I sent it to earn issues like that's it. I'm like come on. I'm sitting at my desk is a pillar behind me budi on you your assurance and the all the time yeah and next day i woke up. I had like five hundred messages and there was like what happened with home and i looked at the page. Like wow you know and it just was going up ten thousand and twenty thousand forty thousand fifty thousand and that's when the moment of the movement for us kind of i realized the power of authenticity in that moment and have to be staged downstairs and tied like a normal ceo. He just be talking. You know it is putting on an honest message and it was resonated really. Well you know when i went to rehab delays. So what do you do for the bar get to sell it. And i said you fucking crazy. She's like that's my business. She's able to treat it like a business and mile mind blown because it wasn't it. Was this a party place for less than i. And she changed my life with that moment. I said heard you're right and never again. I looked at it that way. You know. So those two instances. I've heard i don't know you. All and two instances i've heard were you have like stood in the gap of making a ridiculous impact on people's lives. Why you know. I never really believed in myself. In one lesson. Efforts met sheet on a sports bar called the daily dose next like right in the parking lot. Nisa ruth's chris and starbucks and mothers market danbury okay and we've gone in there and i met her and i just fell in love with her work ethic. We just got to talking. And i i so intrigued by her courageousness to start a business and she gave me my first opportunity. Ultimately i bring a lot to the table as the she but she's the one that gave me that and she didn't have to do that. She didn't need me she could've gone on her way. And maybe been chaos but and that resonated with me because no one had really given me the opportunity like that before and had believed in me and what was life like to that point was your upbringing was just great family. Great family 'cause you have a close relationship with your dad now nyerere these. He works at a restaurant in. Houston really yes. He's probably my closest friend. Honestly so great great family. I just straight away moved to hollywood. I got into that lifestyle. I had great group. So there's there's nothing there's no. There's no external influences that drove me in this crazy path. I just i love to have a good time. And i went too far Lesson i collided and we complement each other very very well. We were both cup and seeing clause. We both love to work. Work hard loved the party. But i was extremely organized and she was more the face of sports bar and it made a lot of sense so when boss cat came around even the name we were like. What can we do. It's authentic and true to who we are but it's still approachable. She loved craft cocktails. I'm of course i jameson. Guy the to you know and we had a defining moment we walked into a bar south county and order jamison and she ordered a craft cocktail. And the guy literally said to me. We don't serve that shit. And i'm like are you serious and i just put twenty bucks on the bar. We walked out and we walked outside and said hey this going to do. We're going to start a craft cocktail bar. We're gonna do it with all. The pretentiousness set aside. And it's going to be approachable and She sure and that's little house. Cat was born and our first training. We said listen to have all of this. We're gonna have great cocktails but we're all going to do it without the snobbery of all of the craft mixology. That's not a term we use in this house. We use crafty or not graphics. I'll just we don't do that so they if you let them. Have you need to earn their trust. Give them what they want and then sell them something that we want them to try and that became part of our mantra and then seven years later here we are so good so where where does like vat leadership come from. Where does that mindset of like. This is how we're going to do it like this to run the business. This is how we're going to sell more liquor. This is how we're gonna get people in the door. Where did you learn that. My father was a coach. So i guess come to find out. I was the same the whole time. He he filled a lot of that camaraderie. You know. and he's a teamwork team team player. Kind guy so. That's where i get a lot of the motivational stuff. You've probably seen my my social media but as far as the concept here just made a lot of sense. The lesson i. We don't want to be sold. We wanna buy so. How do you do that well. You get personal relationship with people. Why why we centered. All of our concepts around the bar was because bartenders have a one on one relationship with people on you walk in. I know you're cocktail. It's in front of you and i saw. Let's do that for the first time. Every time i would walking she she'd have coors light shot from me every time and by the time i was on the course i should have another one. I didn't even buy it and have i. Don't i want one. But you like i'll take it and that was very intimate and i said we can build a restaurant like this right where everybody has the same experience. One with a bartender right. But i you gotta do is go to build a relationship. Get them what they want and say. Hey i know you like this but have you ever tried to whisky sour ours. Called the bosca one of our those. I think you're gonna like it right. We use a really great bourbon in this and they like shit. I loved that and you just took them from ten our drain to a fourteen hour drink. But you didn't sell them. They bought that. They wanted that cocktail and that became part of our dna quickly. And so you buy that by off on that concept it's yours deeply in it. Lesley obviously very much the same mindset but how do you begin ingrained into your people because again i get it. You know being now in both locations multiple times and like everybody seems to buy into that. So dita's beat them with a stick. Poor pappy down their throat. Well i've got to tell you the first time we did it. We didn't know what we had in front of us and we realized that we recognize early on that it was. We were too much the brand less than hour too much. The brand can't grow if we're that way and we said how do we do this. And we always have to make the people which are internal we call internal guests right. Those are staff we have to treat them like we would treat anybody that walks up the street to come in and join us. We have to let them be heard right. And i think the biggest thing is just being transparent with them. We were so honest about our flaws that there is nothing they didn't know about us and they loved that and you people gravitate towards the story just like so the staff love it love transparency. They would make a mistake. We would slap them on the bud say. Hey don't do it again but we understood and we got a lot of buying from that and then we gave them a voice. What can we do better. We're constantly criticizing ourselves and the staff the culture every every fucking manual has that word in there but no one say lives it. Yep we live we talk about it. You need a hug. We'll give you a hug. You need alone. We'll give you loan. It wasn't just about your so hold on so like for real for real like someone's deeply personally troubled and you'll meet them where they're out and figure out help them through that financially. Step.

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"less than hour" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"less than hour" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"App Now to listen to the most recent episode of Michael to show it replays 24 7. So you have no excuse to miss anything the one or 2.5 the bone after real raw radio. No back to Roger and creepy on one or 2.5 the bone Roger JP show on the bone 807 71125 or 727579125. One hour or actually less than hour with us. We'll get to the top 10 list. Guys guess what's in the top 10 and tried it with a bounty prize coming up. That coming up. Just came up on the story about this woman who and this is the definition of schmuck. Ary. Yeah. So she decided she went to the zoo. She went to the zoo and El Paso, Texas. She went to the El Paso soon and she decided to, you know, hop in with some of the monkeys. Another person doing this kind of stuff. Spider monkeys. Exactly. Oh, you don't wanna get in there with Spider marks because she wanted to feed them Flaming hot Cheetos. Whatever it is, so this is a big party. So bread posted the The video on the Roger and JP Facebook page. If you want to go check that out. So this one Decided to jump in there. So the guy from the zoo was saying quote this young lady decided to hop a fence. Climb through some bushes. Drop down into a four FT deep mope moat. Walk across the moat and then tried to feed the spider monkeys. Flaming hot Cheetos. Furthermore, the zookeeper said, In addition, the spider monkeys with threatened since they have a strict diet than any through in that the monkeys can get infected with Kovar 19 from a trespasser quote these primates these are primates were talking about they could do some substantial damage. You said they may be small monkeys, but they could take you to the ground if they wanted to, but they could not happy. Let's see. How does she think that flaming hot Cheetos a good idea from monkeys? They're fun. That doesn't mean they like spicy stuff. Listen, the only thing that the only thing that would make sense here is and I've had a lot of my friends, take a handful of mushrooms and go to the zoo. You know, there's something about tripping out and seeing like monkeys throw that poop around that could be quite entertaining. That would be the only thing that made sense here. But here's the cool part of the story. She worked at a law firm. They fired her. Now I don't understand what this behavior has to do with your work behavior. Me kind of this sounds like a legal, but it says she works for the Lovett law firm. They released a statement and then there's a killer line in this statement. You know, Quote we learned this morning that the individual who was filmed trespassing in the Spider monkey enclosure of the El Paso Zoo was an employee of loving law firm she has been terminated. The firm has always been a strong supporter of animals and animal advocacy. We absolutely do not condone this irresponsible and reckless behavior. We support his line. We support the El Paso Zoo and our thoughts go out to the Spider Monkeys, Libby and Sunday. Those are the names of the monkeys, and we hope they will recover from this very traumatic experience. It's kind of where this that you're fired. And now here's a joke. That's kind of how they did it that way. I don't think they did. It was a joke. That really value her very much. I think they're they're dead, serious where they will, You know, thoughts and prayers go out to the Libyan Sunday, the two I thought that was funny. Maybe because she's a lawyer. They have Maybe not real don't know tolerance, actually breaking a law of any sort. You know, I don't know if they hold that up for speeding, But then they just get ready for doing something stupid is that And then the article goes on to buy Compare this to and it's only just about five years since Haram me What had to be assassinated. They used the phrase assassinated by the way, Yeah, for Haram Bay. Yeah. I was like one of the first things like that that happened. And now, for whatever reason, people climb into animal enclosures and way too often. I don't get it and I root against them Everything nice. I saw the video of her in there. She's like, really relaxes hanging out feeding them one Cheeto Cheeto only thing that would make sense, if is, if she was on hallucinogenic to really realize that's the only thing that makes any sense. Yeah. It's dumb. Really dumb in and especially remember that news story of the lady who had a pet Now it wasn't a spider monkey. But you can understand that where they could go the pet monkey they like, and they ate her face. You know, Face your friend's face. You're rightfully owned. It was a friend. You're Ranga tank. She had a better ranga tank, and it was in Connecticut and her friend came over and the the Iraqi tank mold her face She ended up having to get a face transplant. But she looks nothing whole life was. I mean, if you wonder what kind of damage primates could do I mean, this wasn't what you were going. This is that was in a situation where you were rooting against the woman. She just went to go to her friend's house. You know, and the friend, I guess thought that having a Ranga Tang was not a you know, wild animal or whatever it was, But it is if you had about flaming hot Cheetos on a hot meter. How hot are they? Call. Inflaming literally flaming, huh? Not so much the heat. It's just take that I don't like him like a You're like a bunch of kids love him. I don't know. Alright. Oh, yeah, I like him. I definitely like him..

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"less than hour" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"less than hour" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Think my only complaint was that it was thick it was thick. Yeah so i think Yeah when i was doing a little bit of research on that recipe some people would add stock to it. I didn't i didn't add that. Yeah so you. you're going to do it again. I think i would just a little bit. Stop pretty good. It was good i was. I was worried that the the sausage was still going to be dry. But i think it. I think it works fine pianist. I put all that in the crock pot and let that cook for six hours on low. And i think i put extra beef towel in there to give us more fat. Even though there's probably one of fat from the cheese and stuff. But i think gave it enough moisture. Hey ballsy guys made the one year like the fan with the call fat. Now what were those called it a name. They were not good. Though i didn't i was there when they didn't turn out. Good well. I think i was there. I think i tried them. And then they look way better than the looked good. But but i think there is like wasn't there like heart or liver. Yeah you said you put liver you might have about the might have been a bad liver. I think we added more. And my grandpa loves sliver. Levian hard we started more than once. I've cooked i made boudin would the first year i got this year was a young like the yearling i kept deliver call fat out of that made dan and it was his really good even lindsay said she liked Goose you made pretty good hall. Guess this you over orcas drama but straw me. The stronger straight up smoked straight up smokers him any more than i want us on this year. Have giving nine sign while the whole there is like six sixteen or eighteen hunters and we got close to forty days out of everybody. But i'm i brought home nine. Which your favorite dear espy corey on notice. Good question it depends on what mood. what mood. i'm in don't survey. We know that he has the. I was just talking with that talking to just do away less than hour long. You did it. Yeah did a twenty four hour. Long savita It came out mushy. Texture was like arming. It looked beautiful. Looked like a nice pink center. You know crusty show her out side it was. It was even flavorful. That tech was horrible. Right yeah it was not good. I felt bad throwing it away but it was like. I can't almost imerman meeting like deer. That was turned into refried beans. Yeah it was. The texture was not good. That's another one i like. My mom makes his She does like steaks. Like round stakes. She'll put them in with dude tomatoes mushrooms and like bake it. Dr liken That's that's a good way to make the mice think the key with venison is slow. Cook to get to most tender if it's a not tender array. Yeah if you're not cooking back straps or tenderloins. My grandfather would always get the smallest ever. Yeah there'd be actually oh he's he's just like corey. He was in his eighties. It's all right when you get five though. Get like ten. Dear tallinn's yeah. Yeah there'd be like ten year still need one it would be like the smallest year ever like be like a dog size. Like penny size is small. He's going to edit that out. I'm sure what's a absolutely my small alcohol considered so At the end of the show we like to do misfires alibis lances. The are any talk this just the same ears. Been a half hour jeeves. And that i won't have been longer fun. I mean if you want to keep going. I don't know how many people wanna listen to us. Yeah probably not. Won't you never know. But i think i think we talked. We talked a lot lot of good information. We talked about a lot of good information for people that don't know about locks and now want to get into it. So there's i think the law good information. Yeah i would say this would be good for somebody. That's a beginner that wants to start get into it. you know. obviously there's going to be people wanna take it to another level that's not us you know. I feel like we're pretty much. I feel like that's where maybe we need to go now. Maybe practice a little bit more and take what we have and go to another level and like you said go the rain stop and try and get better dahlan those different low no year equipment. Yeah become more familiar so at the end of the show we like to do. We call misfires. Allies are last. Not just something that you wanted to talk about. But you didn't get a chance talk about a quick story anything and we'll just go around the room. Tony less law man. I don't know. I don't think i covered most of the things that i had thought about an advance Tell us about Your first deer with lock first year the lock so my brother-in-law had Planted some food. Plots at friends call rob colin and He had Done quite a bit hunting there and archery season And so he finally got a block and he had adele and so finally. I got the scraps you know. He's a hummer. I flew plot now. Eight so i went out with a boa equipment and i went out with my bow and Had these deer command and it was like a like a forty yard shot and was pretty confident with my archery. And i drew back. And had this dole lined up and like the heat of the moment. I put my fifty yard pin on instead of my my forty year pen shot right over back so these off the field. Mike comeback in couldn't believe it like fifteen minutes later they start coming back in. They didn't know what happened. So drew back again. This time i'm like. I got the forty year pin on there. But it's late season we're talking about how dear pretty skittish and the dow jumped the string and i like just scraped your back so i was like all right coming back here tomorrow night but no bo went out. Bought my walk license and came back with lock next night. Your own footlocker. Rebar on knows my dad's So i came back the next old. Were you just a high. I mean you had been adult. And yeah i don't know this is like ten years ago. I guess so. I mean i used to hunt in In college i hunted quite a bit with a group of guys. That would drive like we do but these guys would work second shift and we would haunt. We'd have at least five guys. They're six guys on the weekends. We might have fifteen and we'd hunt. You know pretty much most days when we were off for college break. But i mean i missed way..

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"less than hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"less than hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All right, so quickly and touch base with the awesome reaction. Rome Colin sexed in absolutely dominated the Nets. Signed. Girth brunch at the Golden Corral buffet Jay Z in the Bay. Here. Van snack. Not sure if you saw the presidential Egg dog, Eurasian. But the most appetizing part was when girth Brooks Saying that beautiful hymn. Amazing gravy, whether you are a rub public cake. Or dinner. Kratt. You have to appreciate eight. A musical heavyweight like girth. Performing inside the belt way. Filler Buster Lee yours, Joe Biden asks. Secretary of Steak, speaker of the House salad. And Senate majority Whip cream. Daniel asks, is back. It was glory. Hi, Jim. I realized that it's not a teepee day, but I'm really curious about this. Quote fast that you and hawker doing Did you stuff your face right before 6 P.m. last night. How many hours did your stomach Start to growl. How many hours in What time of day or night has been the hardest to accomplish. Bellaby is all over it. War lady clothes talk Want you crawl back to the front row, And in the meantime, I'll answer some of these questions. I will tell you this. The honest answer is we both try to be fork down at six PM by 6 12. I was already regretting it. 12 minutes in. I wanted to end the fast. Where did I stop my face with almost exactly what I stuff my face with. So I had a couple of enchiladas healthy enchiladas in a prepaid meal. Or pre made meal. And then Logan said to me, pop quote, Pop, pop. You better load up. Yo, you better load up. That's not gonna be enough. So then I went to the next prepaid pre made meal. Grab a couple of shrimp. I thought to myself. It ain't gonna do it Got a tortilla? And Logan says me that neo pop haven't seen butter on a tortilla in a minute. Then I went to the pantry and I grabbed three cookies. And then I stopped. That's what I loaded up on. And that ended at 5 47. I think last night And quote How many hours ended your stomach start to growl that so this morning. That's what right I've had two cups of coffee this morning, so nothing from 45 47 until I want to say 5 47, right? So, 12 hours and I had a cup of black coffee. And then I poured one right before the show started out of me. Look, I killed And why do you look so tired? You look beat up, dude. Yeah, This is bad, And it's less the fast and more the fact that I just haven't had any coffee or water today. Why are you doing that? I don't know. I was just trying to make it harder on myself to see if I could It worked. And now I think, because it's affecting my work performance that I'm going to go for the coffee and the water during the next race war. In fact, I would do it right now before the end of the segment because it is affecting your work performance, which is affecting the show, and I Hold you, man. Did I say to you this morning? This fast had better not Jack. With your process. You did say that. Didn't I say that? And what's happening? The fast is jacking with your process, but it's less than hours. Dude, stop being a hero. Yeah, I need I need some water. I need some coffee for those. He's coffee, right? Water Get, you know hydrate for express yourself, dear. I said water. Good water. Could What a good coffee bad good. For those keeping score at home. We are 16.5 hours into it with 7.5 to go right. We slept through six of it. Yeah, we're not heroes by any means, but this would definitely be the tough home stretch. I think once the show is off the air and your mind is not as occupied as it is. It's gonna be like I disagree. I disagree. I think this is fine. I'm locked in right now. Because I'm not. I'm locked in. Unlike you, I'm actually focused on the job. My concern is going to be 12 to 6 things to do. Don't get me wrong, but I think that's going to tell for them the next 90. What do we do So yesterday was a recovery day. I did not work out yesterday because I've gone hard seven days in a row. Normally I do not stack recovery days back to back, but you are not eating. So can I. Can I really get after the workout? I mean, yeah, you could. I'm not going to. I don't have the energy. You could barely sit up. Of course you're not going to. Yeah, I would. Maybe just take one of those hikes that you've been taking lately. A little less strenuous than appellate on work out about that. Yeah. So that would be a nice way to get the blood moving. Get some calories burning without Absolutely destroying yourself on a bus s so again, do you Okay doing Don't be a hero. Do Don't be a hero, EP or hero Faster. What was your last supper? I laid out what I ate. Did you stay the course. Did you stay within the protocol? What did you do? Yeah, I went to flame broiler. Have you ever been course? Yeah. Chicken and vegetables. Brown rice for white, right? I went no rice, chicken and vegetables. And then I had the same thought that Logan had where it's just load up. As much as you can. Quote. This is not gonna be enough. So after I ordered one All I ordered a second bowl and I had a garret writ double dinner. Except it was a good clean food. And now we are going into our 17 here and It's all good. Except I desperately need some coffee. Bad like 100%. You do so when we end this thing or we're coming off the rails where we're gonna go leafy green and some fish hard to say what we're gonna feel like in Seven hours, right..

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"less than hour" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"less than hour" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

"Welcome to travel with stephanie. Abrams such this hour. We really are. do you remember back in. I'm gonna say sub tie early march this year. Twenty twenty while we were still in ireland thinking that we were going home on march eighteenth before we got the big surprise that on march fifteenth Aer lingus was not going to fly effective march seventeenth that there would be no parades for saint patrick's day anywhere in ireland that everything was going into lockdown and i Self appropriated or as they say in the army i- midnight requisitioned a term. My very good friend. Dear friend mark leslie invented Who lives in don leary a region within county dublin ireland. He invented the word. Locked down like you would have loch earn or lock really or Any other lake in ireland And i kind of love that there actually is locked. It's not in northern ireland in county down however it happens to be in galway. Can you imagine which is on the opposite coast on the west coast of ireland but There we were Locked down in ireland effective the sixteenth of march never making it home on the eighteenth. We can get on july but in that almost three week period between one we arrive the end of february and the date. We were supposed to go home. We covered a lot of ground and did a lot of interviews on day. We landed from the transatlantic flight from boston. No sorry we flew home. The boston we flew out of hartford connecticut's bradley international airport. Which meant that. When we flew home our car was a very big drive away from where we lead. Did 'cause we landed in boston. In july in the car was in connecticut but in any of them the day we landed we had arrangements coming off a transatlantic flight. That's much too short from boston to dublin to get a decent sleep however we had a nice little nap. Got off the plane. God our rental car from budget rental car in ireland. Who are wonderful people to deal with and headed for a town more or less than hour. Maybe a little bit more than an hour from dublin. Airport to meet my good friend. Mark leslie who then took us on a tour packing it as much as that day is we could before jetlag pounded upon us. And we imploded. Because that's what happens you. Suddenly you get to a point where you know. The mind is thinks it's willing. The body has no plans to join you so he took us in a two day period to four new exhibits. his company mortello has created visitor centers. He has created in ireland and he has created visitor experiences. Places like the j. p. morgan library in new york city museums in malta Including a fine arts museum. The science museum and fort saint angelo in malta. A bunch of years ago. It's gotta be a dozen years or more than that He was the one responsible for creating the ireland pavilion at the world. Expo in japan and we actually went and there was mark who took by our hot little hands On a tour of what he created to reveal ireland's to the world at this very special expo In i've i'm i was in Was either it was in the way. I think When you get off the train in nagoya and we were coming in from kyodo but you could have come in from tokyo when you get off the train right there. There is a museum dedicated to the boston symphony orchestra as quite amazing but of course there was a strong connection for decades because of Surge eos our who was for ages. The conductor of the boston symphony orchestra of has great affection The japanese for the boston symphony. But in any event We went to see these four exhibits. Each of them was amazing. And if you go back to the podcasts from march which you can find online. You of travel with stephanie. Abrams and We consoled they. The name for both shows now effective august of this year but prior to that one of the shows was called travelers. Four one one. And you can still find the podcasts online from march and you will find interviews that we did with the various head on shows the executive directors and whomever the directors of terrorism and whatnot at these four different exhibits that we visited with mark leslie and he stayed over The first night Actually nearby to where we were and it was just a lovely two days and a night that we spend together or might have been two evenings. Because i think we had dinner together both nights and it was just grant. I would say that. I was touched in a very special way by each of the exhibits. They are each in their own right. Very special and We'll review them with you. So that when you can get out of your own lockdown and get over to ireland you make sure you visit these places but one of them just won a major award and so. I got the email yesterday announcing who the winners were in this very competitive competition because it wasn't just a competition within ireland. It was a competition. I think it was just within europe but when i say just within europe that covers a lot of territory and so This wonderful museum in county monaghan. Interestingly enough very close to castle leslie which is owned by marx family and A place you can stay the place. Where paul mccartney married the second wife the better known as the beast A swear i got connected with the leslie family. When i my husband. And i created and hosted a family wedding there and in the process became great friends to the point that i truly feel like mark is a brother not just A friend certainly not merely an acquaintance..

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"less than hour" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"less than hour" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"Think they could have probably handled a little better but they. I'm a in the interest of time because you know they only have nine hours instead of six right so that was my bad. What was your. I'm sorry ugly. Well so my ugly was neither a good ugly nor a bad ugly. That i just wanna say that this series is so triggering right now in this time because we're dealing with kobe so when i first started watching it i actually looked at happening was like when did they start planning this and actually started filming in two thousand and nineteen was way before covert was even a thing and it actually wrapped like three or four days before things would have been. Shut down on wjr in the march. Twenty twenty shutdowns. That you crazy interesting timing. It's completely creepy. And it completely triggered me you know. I mean in part again because of healthcare worker. But also because i have been alone for a half hour because of covid but the other thing is and this goes back to my rating. You know gallons of snot. Do you think if covid was ugly as captain trips like the smell had and the tube neck actually refer to it as tube. Nak him them in the book. Do you think if covid was that ugly might take more seriously. Oh probably because. I mean right now code is you know. Maybe you know somebody who has long haulers. Maybe you've seen pictures of cova tos. Maybe you've heard about somebody who's been intimated in died but it's not real. It's not like seeing these huge numbers of bodies with horribly swollen necks and gallons of snot well and in in this and in the original version. Captain trips is so highly communicable and it so quick acting i mean people are literally exposed to it and then like less than hours later. I mean we're talking. You know sometimes in the span of minutes where they kind of develop a cough and So you know maybe with a highly virulent strain of covert on..

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