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Do the BEST YOU CAN with WHAT YOU HAVE

Change Lives Make Money

04:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Do the BEST YOU CAN with WHAT YOU HAVE

"What is going on, I, finish coaches. It is your mentor. Be Mark fit coming at you with another episode of the change lives make money trying to podcasting number one podcast for my fitness. Coaches want to make more money and change more. People's lives are right so guys searing talking about doing the best you can with what you have doing the best you can vote you have. This is the number one podcast for coaches. So as you guys tuning in three ways, you can support the podcast number. One makes your subscribed on the podcast with spotify APP number. Two screen shot any podcast episode. Share to scrimp stories tagging the APP. May Mark Finn so not tuning. Tuning in and number three. If you have a friend, WHO's a personal trainer and tell him about this podcast? How many guys have been guilty of this sentence? Let me know if you've been guilty of using the sentence before this center. Visit I've been waiting to start until I've been waiting to post until I've been waiting to hire the mentor until I've been waiting to quit my job until I've been waiting to go live on facebook until how many of you guys have used the sentence? I've been waiting to do X.. Until today I wanNA talk about this idea of getting it right. I right because I think a lot of online coaches are waiting for the. The stars to align before they start taking action on business there waiting until they're done school before they can pursue on my fitness coaching, or they're waiting until Kovic is done before they fulltime fitness coach, or they're waiting until they can afford to upgrade their camera before they start taking pictures and posting on social media. How many guys have been waiting for something to happen until you take action today? I WanNa talk to you guys about how that's the biggest mistake you can make in your online business. My goal today in this episode is to show you how to produce great content now I also want to show you how to get results fast and see surges. Surges of growth in your business and finally I want to show you how to make an impact and the legacy. I want that to start right now. How many of you guys follow Gary? Gary Chuck is one of my favorite people to fall on social media because Gary. Banner Check has this idea. He calls a documentation over creation. Now this idea of documentation over creation is this instead of thinking about creating content. What you WanNa do you WanNa? Start documenting what you're already doing so if you're all my fitness coach, what that looks like? What are you eating on a daily basis? And what are you doing for your workouts? And what is your daily mindset? Mindset ritual. Look like, but I see a lot of online coaches that are actually struggling to create content because they're waiting the reason a lot of on night coaches are creating content is because they're waiting for x to happen before they can start putting himself other social media. It's like you guys know you WanNa make ten thousand dollars a month, but you're waiting until I do this thing before I create my content. See a couple years ago. Guys! I'm going to tell you guys about a trainer. That I used to work with setting nation. This trainer that I wanted to work. He wanted to start a youtube channel and he's like Yo Bro so I wanNA start. Start Youtube Channel, and going to start building my workouts, and putting them up there, but I need to buy a good camera I, and so once I buy a good camera. Then I'm going to start getting videos, but not until I can afford a good camera so that my own. My video qualities Behi- I look back at him and I was like no, don't do that, I'm like you need to start right now. A Mike Start Right now with that iphone seven. You have and start filming videos, and then I want you to take those videos that you film with your iphone seven make them lit. Do the best you can right now with the tools. Tools you have at this moment in time, so how many of us have been waiting to take action until insert any excuse here? Let me know if you guys said this before I've been waiting until Kobe over and the gym's open back up before I do anything I've been waiting until covert is over and I. Get off the I. I've been waiting until I graduate and I have more time to commit to my fitness business I've been waiting to save up until I have enough money to hire a mentor I've been waiting to post stuff on social media until I build up and following. I've been waiting until I've been waiting until I'm waiting until what I'm. I'm saying to you on fitness coaches is that you need to start right now at this moment and you need to use the tools that you have available, and you need to do the best job that you possibly can with what you have at this moment in time now doing the best that you can with what you have right now means this means all my fitness coach. You say that you don't have time. You're also sleeping eight to nine hours a night and you watch two hours of TV, doing the best that you can with what you have that you sacrifice a two hours of TV and you put as much work in as you possibly. Possibly can to build your own business with the time that you possibly have now doing the best you can with what you have also means this a lot of you. Guys say that you're GONNA. Wait until gym's open back up to start your online business. Then you see other trainers who are crushing it like one of my best clients. Chad Morgan broke forty two thousand dollars right doing the best you can with what you have means that you study as much as you possibly can about online training, and you put in as much effort as you possibly can, you can get a taste of some of the results at other trainers are getting you do the best. Best. You can with what you have right now.

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Shootings reported in Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia over violent July 4th Weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | Last month

Shootings reported in Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia over violent July 4th Weekend

"Chicago. A seven year old girl was one of 14 people shot and killed over the holiday weekend. In all, 77 people were shot in the past three days in that city. In New York City. Meanwhile, there were 21 shootings reported over a nine hour stretch on Sunday and in Philadelphia five homicides amid more than 20 shooting incidents over the weekend.

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China Passes Hong Kong Security Law With Sweeping Powers

Morning Edition

02:33 min | Last month

China Passes Hong Kong Security Law With Sweeping Powers

"Good morning, China did not even have to begin enforcing a new law to make changes in Hong Kong, the central government just passed the National Security Law in Beijing. And in Hong Kong, pro democracy leaders are already stepping away from politics. This new law criminalizes a lot of dissent and changes the way that the centers would be put on trial. All of this affects a coastal territory that is supposed to have some autonomy. Dating back to its time as a British possession. NPR's Emily Fang is following this from Beijing, either. Emily he Steve, is it understood exactly what's in the law? Yeah, that's the thing. Beijing passed this law about nine hours ago, but they still have not provided us a public draft of the law, meaning Hong Kong people are supposed to follow a lot that they haven't read yet. But broadly we know that this law would allow Beijing not Hong Kong to Judge case's deems relevant to national security and that Beijing will set up its own security body on Hong Kong soil to collect intelligence and investigate such cases. This was a highly secretive and accelerated process for passing what is a very significant piece of legislation. Talk to Wilson Lung earlier today, he's a council member of Hong Kong's Bar Association. That's just completely contrary to the notions of law that we had in Hong Kong, which is the law as a accessible You know, transparent process. Where before you in AKA law, You discuss it. You get the draft out to debate it. Instead, What Beijing did was they bypassed Hong Kong's legislative legislature? Completely it hen picked, which representatives to consult and simply imposed the law. Hong Kong is to be supposed to follow you mentioned the Beijing will have its own course courts for cases that are of interest of Beijing so people will not be getting into the independent courts they've had since the British Times. And that they thought they were promised. Until I believe 2040 2047 does this break the promise of some autonomy for Hong Kong? Of course, Beijing says that this upholds that principle of semi autonomy but in practice yes, it breaks that promise. This law shows that Beijing's legal dictates now supersede Hong Kong's own rule of law. Whenever Beijing decides that issue falls under the umbrella of national security. I also talked to Alan Long, he's former chair of Hong Kong's Legal Bar Association. He's now a pan democratic politician. He says that this national security law creates a parallel legal procedure in Hong Kong that's run by Beijing and Beijing.

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How Are we Going to Solve the Behavioral Health Crisis with Lisa Henderson

Outcomes Rocket

05:50 min | 2 months ago

How Are we Going to Solve the Behavioral Health Crisis with Lisa Henderson

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw Marquez's here and that I had the privilege of hosting Lisa Henderson. She is the CO founder and Chief Operating Officer at synchronous health. Her previous experience includes experience as an adjunct faculty at the Vanderbilt Cup. Periodic College chair the Southern Region at the American Counseling Association and also pass President Tennessee Counseling Association among other leadership roles. Her focus has always been on health and also mental health of communities and individuals, and with her work at synchronous health, the impact that they're making at a broader scale in. In Times of great need is just extraordinary, so I'm I'm excited to to dive into the conversation with Lisa and in the work that she and her team are are up to, but before that Lisa at one welcome you to the gas much for having me absolutely, it's a true pleasure, so you know before we dive into what you guys do. At synchronous health I want to understand better. What inspires your work in healthcare sir? So I started my career when I was planning my career and I was in Undergrad. In went straight into Grad school after that I actually got a masters in health education promotion, and so it was really focused on helping people live healthier lives and part of that research experience in that masters program was to be a health coach when police officers. It was really fine. had some great sessions where you know, I would have to kind of barter with them. So if I wanted the person who was leading the SWAT team, his stress levels were incredibly high humans and sleeping well and so I wanted him to do yoga in order for him to agree to do Yoga I had to meet him at the shooting range and. Learn how to shoot a pissed off, so you know being able to kind of meet people where they are and help them learn. New Skills was really fun, but the same time. It was so clear to me that. Those officers were living with so much more than just obesity and trouble sleeping. They were living with anxiety and depression and worry and guilt and. All the things that humans experience and it was just kind of sitting there and my training as a health coach really didn't give me the tools to address those things so I went back to school, and got a masters in counseling, so that I could get into those deeper sorts of issues with folks, and it's been just so rewarding percents to be able to kind of take both sides of health What are you doing on the behavioral side? In terms of lifestyle choices and out. Adherent to your treatment plans in taking your medication and things like that, but also why in what? What is the underlying factor of? Depression or anxiety or family conflict? Are you know other things going on that lead to the decisions that affect your health? Yeah so cool, so you got this this masters in public health education and you said this doesn't really do it i. want to dig deeper help. These people more their stressed. There's there's a lot here and you went to go. Get Your Masters and mental health, and it unlocked a lot of things and you know I. It looks and sounds like you did the right thing lease I mean now you're you're you're part of this this really unique company addressing a lot of these issues at scale. Tell me about how it happened and and folks Leeson. We're having some fun connecting before the podcast that I shared my story with their vow had a couple offers the people wanting to buy outcomes rocket before it was, it was it was a business profitable business and the pressures that I got at home, saying no to those offers. Lisa I. WanNa Hear Your Story. We were saving it here for for us to share it with the listeners to tell me how synchronous help happened and and what exactly you guys are doing. The add value to the healthcare ecosystem sure. So similar to your experience, so one of my co are three of us. Co Founders of synchronised Health Katie, Moore. Guy Barnard, Myself Katie and I are both mental health. Clinicians report together for about ten years and several years ago, we started a treatment center and the first sort of level of programming that we provided as. Intensive outpatient, so we had people with us in our services in our program for nine hours a week and we would have them for. One to four months, and even folks who had been with us for nine hours a week would still come in and say I forgot or I was too stressed or I was triggered to use the skills that we're learning while we're here and then have them show up when I meet them in real life, and so we were thinking okay. They don't need clinical criteria for a higher level of care. We're. We're not seeing the improvement that we WANNA see. We could keep doing more of the everything we were doing. Was Evidence based and supported by research? So it's not like you know what we were doing was in any way deficient. It just wasn't heading them at the right time and place when they really needed it,

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Are Toxins Hiding in My Personal Care Products

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

05:49 min | 2 months ago

Are Toxins Hiding in My Personal Care Products

"Melissa, thank you so much for being with us today. Hi, thank you for having me I'm so excited to be here. Loved Otehr I've been using the dough tear products for over seven years now, and it's very been very impactful family. That is incredible eleven years, so you've been around almost since the beginning. Yeah Yeah. I'm the one year anniversary. That's amazing so with this topic of detoxifying your personal care, one of the biggest questions that I think a lot of people have is what kinds of ingredients should I watch out for and my personal care products. That's a really great question and a really hard one two, and because the list is so long so as I think about that I think about what are some of the big things that when I pick up a product of the store and I look at the ingredients label what I, really not going to touch with a ten foot pole in those would be things that contain any form of parabens. Any fragrances because those synthetic fragrances are so hard on the body Rhode. Walking Down The candle I'll some people. Might, get headaches from it in some people don't I when I was younger, I didn't I didn't understand why people would get headache I thought that something was wrong with them and what I came to realize later was something was wrong with me. But it was because I had such a tactic lifestyle that my senses. My sensory like my receptors were not picking up on the I should be having a reaction to those kind of things so now that cleansed my roddy now I'm like. Oh, now see what they're saying. So I do try to stay away from synthetic fragrances in particular. some other things, too. That I look out for like the sulfates and invalidates I mean the list is so long, but and that's why the list is so long is because so many of these products or ingredients chemicals. Have different aliases that they go by, and so it's just really hard in know like. You don't even know that that's what you're putting on your skin and in your makeup. Anything that's going on. Your face is going in your mouth. Let's be honest. Is GonNa? Try there, so you are gonNA. Adjust it things that go on your hands. You touch your food. You touch your face so. We. Really don't realize the depth of how much these chemicals are actually impacting our body will, that is very helpful, I think. Like, you said those labels can be very confusing, but those are really helpful things specifically to watch out for when you're picking out those products for your home. Yet and especially for yourself your family. Your pets were all impacted by those things. Absolutely, so my next question for you is I think you touched on this a little bit in your last answer? Why is it that products are able to affect my toxic load? Yeah. That's that is a great question because. Like I said it's going to impact your liver. So things that are going into your body you're liver is part of your filtration systems of we think about the Seltzer on your furnace filter or your car filter or your water filter? They need to be cleaned out after a while because they can only bear so much load before they really functioning well, and so that's the thing that are liver in kidneys in our lungs are doing for our body. Body is they're trying to filter some of that out? But at some point it gets to be too much, and that's when we really start to see the our. Our lifestyle doesn't feel as good as it used to. Like we don't feel like our old selves, and that's really that toxic load is just building up so much on our body that we need a way to get get that out, but we also need to stop bringing so much in. Taxes. Absolutely and you mentioned before that there is just this huge list of. Ingredients that could contribute to our toxic load. which kind of makes some people start to feel overwhelmed about what might be in their house? What do you recommend if I start feeling overwhelmed by trying to clean out my personal care products? Okay that's yeah that that is an overwhelming feeling. Because the average person takes in about five hundred fifteen different chemicals just through their personal care products Lale I know I was thinking about this like. If. You think of every ingredient every chemical being like a sheet of paper you might not feel it in your hand and so light, but if you look at one personal care product that might have twenty six different chemicals in it. You'RE GONNA start to feel that, but think about just kind of think about your day. You Start Your Day off in your bed. You've slept in your bed for about maybe eight or nine hours in whatever laundry detergent maybe fabric softener that you used not only is your skin touching your face. You're smelling it long, so your receptors are taking it in. Then you get up and you take a shower and you think about what? What soap you're using the and conditioner the face wash the base scrub the tone. Are there so many steps to our routine that we just take for granted that we don't even realize how many things were introducing to our bodies? Then go brush Rt.. And then and then and that's. I mean it just as so many that each one of those is carrying a load of you know. Let's say that sheet of paper again. In each one of those has a load of maybe ten twenty six different sheets of paper, and you just loaded all those on now. You're really gonNA feel like a few rings of paper. Feeling in then you're going into the foods that you eat in the air that you breathe at when you really start like it all that it can start to feel like the world is against. Live, it's it's a remarkable thing that are the human body can even endure that much.

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With Precautions, Golf Is Back

Fore Play

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

With Precautions, Golf Is Back

"Guess what golf backpage towards professional. Golf's back and I saw we got. Fifty nine hours of live coverage the colonial this week. A bunch of guys who plan that probably otherwise wouldn't play rory. Brooks Wada huge names speed almost like we just like took a year off, and we're back

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Twitter Suspends Accounts Posting About Washington DC Blackout For Spreading ‘Misinformation’

Armstrong and Getty

03:25 min | 2 months ago

Twitter Suspends Accounts Posting About Washington DC Blackout For Spreading ‘Misinformation’

"Have talked to a number of times about the role social media plays especially in moments like this we talked about on Tuesday the hash tag blackout Tuesday we're discussing you know elevate black voices to kind of show your support some people called it virtue signaling that's a phrase that's been used often but sometimes people are sharing information that doesn't turn out to be true awards from a botany can be really hard especially if you're a newbie to social media or maybe and I don't want to just love older generations into it which is kind of new to any sort of platform not quite understanding of if something looks suspicious or sometimes it looks completely legitimate and people fall for things like that but there was one the hashtag do you see a black out that was a really interesting to watch unfold on Twitter and join me to talk about it right now is Craig Timberg is a technology reporter at The Washington Post he reported on this a great thanks so much for your time my pleasure okay so let's start with this hashtag do you see a black out from what I read in your article it just started with a couple of tweets but then just blew up what exactly happened so an account that certainly looks fake they're only three followers when I followed the directions for followers and that have been newly created all it ever done was try to create new hash tags and then to so it created this new DC blackout hash tag around two AM Monday and then a couple of other very fishy looking accounts amplified it on there themselves and the result was it became over the course of a few hours this amazing online gathering spot for just huge amounts of misinformation about what happened in Washington DC and the central claim was that the police have basically cut communications throughout the city to so they could kind of crackdown on the protesters and of course someone who lives in DC Iraq a mile from the capital I knew that that just wasn't true and so what how does something like this happened because I I feel like something catches on and then of the person that is legitimate right has a huge social media following well then re tweeted and then how do you actually put the genie back in the bottle one something like this happens yeah I mean I don't know exactly help this one exploded as well because this is that is as large as it did it but in general you know once something is out there once it has been created people see it and then they want to comment on that so it is T. he blacked out hashtag you got like a half million tweet in just about eight or nine hours from people who are concerned about what happened in Washington DC so there's this interactive quality between the initial misinformation and then people posting other you know videos and images and such including one that work from Washington and then there were people who were talking back at them they don't know I'm here in Washington too quickly it's because clearly not that that isn't happening and coke that sort of you know it comes like a lot a wildfire and to get your personal putting the genie back in the bottle I mean no I mean I you we did were ultimately corrective he'll cut our store was kind of corrective and know people the word spread that this wasn't what what they claim happened literally true but of course you know you can't find everyone who saw that hashtag images like misinformation just explode then you can't unexploded what just happened

How the coronavirus is changing golfs future

GOLF.com Podcast

04:04 min | 2 months ago

How the coronavirus is changing golfs future

"I'm here with Josh Sense. And Josh tell me about the trip that you just got back from you after sheltering in place for a couple of months down here in the bay area. I was lucky to drive up the coast highway one. Oh one to bandon dunes about a nine hour trip to see the sheep ranch. Which is the big news. New Opening of two thousand and twenty so I got to play of course and then make the nine hour drive back. What's your fifteen seconds review of sheep? Ranch Eye Candy Galore an Instagram irs. The light and a really cool course I personally would place it third best of the five. But that's part of the beauty abandoned his that everybody's got their own opinion and it sometimes changes day by day aright high praise but the larger point here. Josh. This means that golf is back in not just know golf down the street but destinations a place like bandon dunes. What was the feel up there? There I mean it was. It was quiet quiet by Bandon dunes standards but if you've been abandoned dunes especially this time of year in a normal year it is just jammed. Overflowing the pub- you know riotous and the whiskey bar the bunker bar crammed and the t she jammed. It was quieter but there was a sense of excitement around the sheep ranch. There allowing limited play thirty two golfers a day and all thirty two slots were taken every day. So there was activity on the property. All the employees and masks people trying to practice social distancing as best as everybody could But definitely it's slower than you would normally see it in on a May Day. Yeah well the reason I wanted to talk to is not just because you've been up to Bandon but because you've been making a bunch of phone calls Trying to figure out okay. How is all this going to affect the future of golf and from my perspective? It's it seemed like a lot of things surrounding this to have a lot of contradictions. Because encouraged to stay indoors on the other hand. They're encouraged to go outside and get fresh. Air and golf provides that are a lot of recreational sports out there but few can comply with the social distancing guidelines like golf can and that's why Courses Shadow hills are booked all day on the one hand. It seems like more golfers than ever would have the opportunity to get outside and take advantage of golf courses on the other hand. It seems like businesses and small businesses everywhere are really struggling so I wanted to pick your brain a little bit about a few of the details and I'll start with this. Will this entire thing in your opinion changed the way Golf Looks? I think it. Will you know I think it has to change? Something in the question is are we looking macro or micro sort of in the broad scheme you've gotta figure there's going to be a little bit of a calling that some of the courses that entered this crisis with what you might call pre existing conditions that had dead on their land or already on the edge financially? It's not hard to imagine some of them closing at the same time. There could be silver linings where all sorts of other clubs that are in different positions financially and in different places in the country. So I mean that's that's another point when you talk about what golf is GonNa look like a lot of it is going to be going to depend on. What kind of course you're talking about private public high end low end municipal and where it is in the country whether people can drive to it or if they have to fly to it in terms of the day to day. I don't know Dylan you've been out. Of course there are some. There's a differences. Obviously no no rakes in the bunkers discourse. We're going to record three hundred plus t times for one day as for the you can't be high five in your partners. You can't hang around the parking lot. We've got the tape lined off to keep you separated the novell washers. No-ball washers wear masks when you're checking in around the clubhouse all those precautions but in my experience playing off the game itself has not felt substantially different to me anything. It's felt better. People were playing with a little more dispatch a little spring in their step. They're leaving the flagstick in things improving the pace of play as well

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Corporate liability shields

Clark Howard Show

05:14 min | 3 months ago

Corporate liability shields

"We've got a a real conundrum going on in the United States. Where somewhere around thirty percent of US have been able to continue our jobs working from home? So you've got this. Nearly third of Americans who did for the most part go to offices now working from home and employers are trying to figure out how they bring people back well. Big Employers are basically saying. We're not bringing anybody back into our offices because we're too scared there. We're going to spend the next ten years defending ourselves and lawsuits. So here's the back story. What employers fear is that people will come back to an office environment. Develop Corona virus have long term health problems or pass away in either case people would then turn around or their heirs turn around and sue the employer for failing to provide a safe environment that cost a loved one his her life or that individual worker cost his or her health so employers face a serious challenge. You know one of the things that is a Bermuda Triangle for employers is. How in the world do you make people safe using the bathroom? I mean nobody is able to go to work for eight or nine hour shift and not go to the bathroom and the bathroom is an area where keeping it safe from. Infection for people is very very hard in the office itself. You can create Might say for environment by having people work. Different shifts by reducing. How many people were a lot of employers are putting up plastic shields like those plexiglass shields like you may have seen? If you've been out and about and stores where the round cashiers there will be those plastic shields and so creating conditions it reduce the risk but employers still are afraid so they're working the halls of Congress very hard right now to get a liability shield past where employers if they follow ultimately this is kind of how would work. They follow a set of prescribed guidelines issued likely by the. Cdc is what's been bandied about Centers for Disease Control that they would have a corona virus lawsuit shield from being sued for making somebody ill who has lifelong health problems or dying from getting corona virus. It will not exactly be an easy thing to figure out where somebody got. It who've got corona virus but employers are really really worried about what is referred to in legal circles tail. Risk that that you would end up with the liability that will go on year after year after year for what would happen to somebody coming down ill with corona virus. I don't know how Congress is going to ultimately act on this. There's strong there's a strong push among a number of Members of the Senate to create a blanket immunity and the initial soundings without even requiring following guidelines that will never fly but the reality is big employers account for roughly half of employment in the United States. And they are not worried necessarily about your safety or your life. But they're worried about their wallets and that's why you're going to see a full court press over the next couple of weeks to have that liability shield in place. There's another reality though. Employers have found to their surprise that people's productivity for the most part has been just fine with people working remotely working from home and I think it's clear that this is going to change things. Four potentially a generation that it will be much more accepted as something that people do all the time or a significant amount of time that they do work from home remotely. Whatever you WANNA call.

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Another 4.4 Million; Reopening Georgia; Oil, Oil Everywhere

Squawk Pod

07:09 min | 3 months ago

Another 4.4 Million; Reopening Georgia; Oil, Oil Everywhere

"Look at. What's been happening another week? In the pandemic another round of unemployment data this week's Labor Department report of initial jobless claims revealed an additional four point four million Americans have newly filed for unemployment benefits. That brings the five week total to well over. Twenty six million people completely erasing job gains for the last decade since the recession four point four million is actually lower than the number from last week which could be a sign that the corona virus impact on the real economy may have hit its peak but the curve differs state by state in New York for example claims. This week were about half of what they were week before in Florida. Though new findings were nearly double while the number of American signing up for unemployment benefits grows states. Like Florida are setting near-term timelines to reopen their economies earlier. This week Georgia governor. Brian Kemp announced his plan to partially reopened his State's economy as soon as tomorrow governors of Ohio Tennessee and Florida as I mentioned have also tested the waters with opening plans. The announcement prompted a backlash from some public health officials. Lawmakers and the President Hears Becky quick the Virginia senator. Mark Warner is here and obviously he's been watching all of this play out. Senator Warner thanks for joining us today. If people are home aren't getting paid can open their businesses. They're getting more and more frustrated with this. How do we handle this? How do we kind of figure out where it's okay to open up again where it's not all? I think two things one clearly people are frustrated. My concern is you reopening should be a priority but it's got to be data driven. I think the president's own recommendations have been you need to see fourteen days of declining cases and my concern is if we send back people and only half the workforce goes back because people were concerned or God forbid they go back and you get another spike in the virus and then you may lose. The confidence of your folks entirely I know is a former governor. I would be having this data driven as possible. The president did ask me to serve on his on his taskforce. And I'm my contribution I hope will be. We need more testing testing testing testing. And the fact that we don't even have a common information data site out there that can say what are all the tests that have been approved. What's in the pipeline? What does the FDA about to approve that might give us all a little more guidance? On what the schedule might look like because if we can do the testing in an efficient way do the contact tracing then. I think we can move. As we've seen the cases come down into a reopening face and just wonder how long before we get some of those things testing ability and and the data ability based on everything you know well the FDA has been in the process of approving both additional swab type tests and the antibody tests. I think they're both proceeding on a parallel track in the bill. That's passed to. Hopefully we'll be past today. There's twenty five billion dollars for testing. That's a remarkable investment and clearly testing has to be coordinated on a national level. The one thing I hope the president would not try to impose similar to I think the mistaken he's approached. Ppi which is every state for themselves simply driving up the cost of this equipment. The testing level has to be coordinated at the national level. The fact that there's already a national information site out there. I've actually started to work with Johns Hopkins University who created the definitive site on tracking the virus. There now trying to create. And I think we'll be going live shortly with the the definitive site on testing. We have that information that will be a great guide to governors and others on reopening senator. Sorry about that having technical issues here today. Let me just ask you though. I were doing the state by state because it's hard to come up with the federal plan when there's so many differences between the states but even within the states there are huge differences. cases obviously are much higher in the cities and congested areas and in states where you have lots rural areas Right outside some of those cities. That may be a big part of the problem. Too Do you. Do you think this needs to go almost by a on a county by county basis or is that problematic? I think we need to look at it. Both state and region-wide. You know my state Virginia very very large state you know. I live up in the greater Washington area. You know you can't just open northern Virginia without dealing with DC and Maryland on the other hand. We've got parts of our state. Southern Virginia South side South West Virginia. Eight or nine hours away. They might have a different reopening schedule. But even some of those rural communities we've seen counties with a dramatic spike so I do think you need flexibility. Here there will be some regional reopenings. But you gotTa have that testing equipment and one of the other things. I hope we can get to. We're also going to try to do in terms of restarting the economy in terms of federal support. Because I've got some different ideas there as well and I want you to explain that to us ways of trying to reach out and help small businesses as well as what we've already seen what we've what we've got right now is we've we've got kind of a barbell approach where we've done a very generous program for the airlines and parts of air cargo and even with the challenges with small businesses five hundred and under we've got the eight weeks of of payroll and a little bit of overhead. We've done frankly nothing for the middle market the so-called mainstream facility. I don't think the take-up rates going to be very great. There's no loan forgiveness. We've got this cliff affect if you're under five hundred you get everything taken care of if you've got seven hundred employees you've got nothing so looking at how our reaction has been with the numbers which. I'm sure we'll see a little bit later this morning. Four or five additional million additional unemployed. Maybe we ought to take a step back since this is probably not going to be v-shaped recovery and look at actually what Europe has done and actually put together a paycheck support program paycheck security program. I've laid out some ideas there and we've got support on this idea ranging from Bernie Sanders on the left to Josh. Holly a very conservative senator from Missouri. On the right and a whole series of kind of opinion pages from left to right the Europeans have only seen a two to four percent increase in unemployment. Because they've had this direct payroll support Our plan would get rid of some of the problems around the P P P program. You'd have to actually show a twenty percent revenue decline. So you wouldn't have some of the abuses taking place we would use the payroll processors to provide direct payroll support for folks up and down the food chain and might be a chance as we look at this covert four package. Then we'll come up in a couple of weeks to step back and say if this is going to continue this level of support for the next few months we may learn from what's happening What better approaches from abroad candidly right now with six trillion dollars that we've already put out before the five hundred billion today when you add into thirteen three fed lending facility. You know there may be a smarter. Way To distribute those resources senator some interesting ideas and ways of refining this We hope you'll come back as we move closer towards Kind of addressing the nest factions package. Tim Thank you for your time today

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Building a Daily Immune Boosting Routine | Jennifer Shaw

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:24 min | 4 months ago

Building a Daily Immune Boosting Routine | Jennifer Shaw

"And low everyone. Dr Denver Shock to you today from San Diego. I just want to give you a quick introduction to myself seeing away chatting with each day about keeping your immune system strong. I am a doctor. Physical therapy I have been a deter wellness advocate for just over five years really passionate about essential oils as they've changed every element of my life And I'm super excited about this topic because for me. What I find is arm. Unity is really what we do on a consistent daily basis how we take care of our bodies day in day out is really what means this. The difference between our museum be strong and weak and we can really manage that by some simple consistent habits. We're GONNA talk about four habits today in some of my favorite hair products that use along those habits. The four habits are sleeping. Are Eating our water intake and the movement of our body so some of the oils. I love for supporting my immune system in these four key habits. I for that. I may talk about force. My favorite numbers fairly so lemon is the first one. We're going to talk a deadly about water intake. Inputting lemon in your water throughout the day really just helps support your body energizing. It helps you feel lifted him. Just keep everything moving throughout your digestive system and it really just can't gives you a little bit of backup end for me making you drink a little bit more water so when we talk about water take we wanNA make sure that we're drinking hardaway mouses armour in wire that's just to keep our bodies functioning optimally so when we're talking bookkeeping immune system strong were not consuming enough water. Our body is going to have more fights to fight and we WANNA keep it real simple and give everything. It needs to consume water throughout the day. In just one two drops in a twelve to fourteen out to water model. You can do that. A couple Doomsday Andrew. Lemon using your water and drink water throughout the day. The next one I really love is are on guard protective lead. When we're talking about supporting our immune system. We have talked about this essential oil in Ireland. To just use it preventatively I hauled the backup for my immune system. I like it to come and just be there to help. Give my support so you can take a job of on guard under your tongue at it to your oatmeal in the morning. Maybe put it into water drink yet if you had small ones at home it's really great to have the Ongart touch and you could just roll it. Onto the bottom of their feet. Being consistent with this product is absolutely key to giving us the support that weedy so using that unger turning to daily absolutely powerful. Unscrewing arming system. Another one that I love is Frankincense. In the reason being is this essential oil just supports our body in optimal function. I it it can help to lower stress level manager move. Just really help us kind of feel more. Even Keel in stress is really one of the worst things for our body when we're talking about immunity if we have a high stress level. Our Body has more battles to fight in. It's just it's really not optimal situation. I find taking a job break-ins in the morning when I take On Guard really just helped lower that stress level in just helps me feel ha more relaxed so grand that brecon sense when you're feeling the emotions rise you're feeling a little all over the place in just helped bring everything back down so that our our body can be a little more prepared to debate last oil. I want to talk about his serenity. Mentioned sleep being one of the four key habits that we need to focus on sleep tends to be the first thing loss for people and people are like. I don't mean that much sleep. I'm okay off five hours. Some sleep will research shows quite the opposite. We all need at adults need seven to nine hours of sleep. Kids need more sleep than that. There is research out there ladies that we need on average in our more sleep than men. So if you're at banner significant other give you a hard time even pull it out but really seriously when we're talking about keeping our museum strong we absolutely to give our mind to sleep. This is when our body recovers. This is when we allow our digestive system to get a break. It's when our body does its own healing and one of the best thing that we do to support. Our Body is give it that time to do that. Work so using your serenity. Essential oil in your diffuser making sure you're applying to your feet between thirty minutes before you go too bad if you wake up in the middle of the night and you're struggling to fall back asleep grabbing random putting a little bit more on the bottom of your feet really does the trick to settle your mind. That sleep is so important when we talk about our meeting so grabner serenity. Use It as much as you need you so those would be my top four essential oil that I incorporate in my daily routine in how these them. Let's talk about some supplements and how incorporate We cannot talk about though Tara or out without talking about lifelong vitality lifelong. Ray Tally is the foundation to our house. When we have our lifelong vitality. We're taking it warning evening. We are fueling our body with the tools that it needs to take your missile. We're giving it hope. Vitamins and minerals. We're giving it plant oils fish oils any oxidants Omega everything. Our Body needs to function Oxley. These AB absolutely changed my life in. I can't even express how many ways if I were to have to take one product with me. At all times it would always be my lifelong vitality But when we do not fuel our bodies with what what needs the vitamins minerals. Maga's our bodies struggles in match-winner `twin-arm immune system is weakened. And we need to give the bunny wet needs of communes assume CONSTRUC- so taking your leg on Taliban is absolutely key now if you have children two-tier has some really incredible supplements that you can give the Kiddos to make sure that they are getting the nutrients that so getting. The foundation is absolutely key so when we talk about eating that's one of the habits it so important for us right. We need to make sure that we are eating as much. Fresh as we can roots in veggies We're we're consuming real product shopping. The outside of the grocery store trying not to see me from the processed foods but even if we're eating organic eating high quality foods were not getting the nutrients that we need from the process today so ensuring that you have something like tear supplements for adults and for children for your family is absolutely key. And if you're in a time where you're having trouble getting fresh fruits and vegetables Tear Greens absolute wonderful options. Make sure that you're still getting the benefit of this region becky's without the fresh in veggies so eating real high quality foods real foods and limiting. Your body is absolutely key. Then I want to also talk about a couple other supplements. The probiotics are so important when we talk about immune. There's a lot of research out there now. To see the providing those products for our bodies really can help with overall health. So what I know is that if I keep my gut strong and what I can do to keep my gut strong is I can give it a Provi and by keeping my gut strong Mike Gut can do. Its job to participate in the immune system so maintenance sure that I have that probiotic and taking it. You have kiddos. They're lucky enough. They take the PBS. This it's delicious. It's kind of like Pixie stick. I wish I am take that everyday Version but providing that support for my gut is a way for me to support my own immune system through hell ended in the favorite garp. These are incredible. This is a combination of different essential oils designed to just help give you back your your immune system a little bit more backups. So I take these daily because I am around a lot of people teaching Van Yoga events. I have a little niece who I kindly referred to as Kuti Monster. Because that's just what kids I I WANNA make sure that I have. The support remind body that I need these every single day with my travel and everything to just keep me feeling healthy and strong so not a great option to just keep your immune system support it. And lastly in this upper limit department. We're GONNA talk about Serambi Complex and serenity is key because this is going to help support again your sleep so you have this. This essential oil complex. It's all natural You have lavender Albanian. Lemon Balm Passion Lower German. Kamya you soft gel or two before bed and again if you wake up in the middle of night you can grab that to help you sleep so really important

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New York Weather: Saturday Forecast

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

New York Weather: Saturday Forecast

"For the sunny after reaching a few clouds increasing right now but it will be mostly clear as we head into your Saturday night just cold feeling like winter out there will drop to thirty three tonight in the city while the light breeze adding to the chill twenty is expected in the suburbs and for tomorrow we'll have sunshine all day but will be another cold day with a high of only forty six degrees back down the thirty six tomorrow night and Monday rain moves into the area it will be a cold rain how to just be in the thirties when the rain arrived in fact it could be just called out for some wet snow at the onset north and west of the city it's looking like it's unlikely most of us have any accumulation but in the Hudson Valley on northwest New Jersey can't rule out a something like a coating to an inch otherwise Tuesday we warm right back up as rain goes away the high fifty seven it's forty nine hours on China going down to thirty three tonight in

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Wendy's to pay $400K to resolve child labor law allegations

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Wendy's to pay $400K to resolve child labor law allegations

"It has Wendy's we'll be paying four hundred thousand dollars to resolve child labor law allegations in Massachusetts and I have to believe the other forty nine states are all lining up taking a look at chipotle Mexican grill Wendy's and any other company that has been caught violating child labor law allegations in these allegations are pretty bad they are so pretty much what it said was that investigators found more than twenty one hundred violations at forty six corporate owned Wendy's locations across the state were they allowed sixteen and seventeen year old employees to work past ten PM in more than nine hours per day that is those restrictions that are in place to prevent down sixteen year old from being we don't even we had obviously if even ten PM if you've got a kid like that Tucker when you were in high school what time did you have to get out of bed in the morning to go to school early six search yes six six thirty so your work till ten get home at ten thirty they tie me on one you go to sleep but it's a long day well it's it's eleven eleven thirty then you gotta get to go to school what I'm what kind of shape my favorite it's unclear whether or not this was on a weekend or weekday but you eat it's still the the restrictions are in place any day but it could have been okay we want you to work until midnight on a Friday and in the school thing isn't really such a big deal but it is a big deal in that book these laws are in place to protect you know minors from being effectively abused by their you know employers as far as their work schedule do you think other states are going to pile on I would imagine other states will be looking out of course with lately yeah I wouldn't you yeah rates

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Man charged with kidnapping woman, forcing her to watch 'Roots' to 'understand her racism'

Chris Plante

01:30 min | 6 months ago

Man charged with kidnapping woman, forcing her to watch 'Roots' to 'understand her racism'

"Of this this story just made me made me laugh out loud said terrible story but maybe left alot African American man kidnaps white woman and forces her to watch nine hours slavery miniseries roots to quote understand her racism and quote Robert noise fifty two years old and Y. E. S. was arrested Monday for allegedly kidnapping the woman an African American man kidnapped a white woman and forced her to watch the nine hour slavery miniseries roots so she could understand her racism cedar rapids police arrested fifty two year old Robert noise on Monday on charges of first degree harassment and false imprisonment there are more charges than that the woman who was not clearly described in previous reports as being white was allegedly forced to sit with noise and and be he threatened her well well she tried to move from watching the nineteen seventy seven mini series there's a mug shot of the guy he's got a big smile his laughing out loud and he thinks it's kind of a good time he forced her to watch the nine hour show which details the ancestral line of the author Alex Haley so she could better understand her racism the place complaint sad noise threatened to kill her and spread her body parts across the interstate three eighty on the way to

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Grace Kosko: A Collector of Certifications

FitLabPGH

09:32 min | 6 months ago

Grace Kosko: A Collector of Certifications

"We are with grace. Costco Grace is a lifetime mover job. She's a physical therapy assistant. But if that's not enough. She's done a variety of other things so one of the questions. I often ask for my other podcasts. Moving to live is what your thirty second elevator Spiel of what you do so you see somebody somebody comes up to you. We're done interviewing. They said well. Who are you what do you do? What do you tell them? That is a difficult question. Let's see I am in the process of reinventing inventing myself. I am a former hairstylist. And became a yoga instructor. Loved learning about the human body. And I'm now in massage therapy school after completing physical therapist assistant school last year so I'm a collector of certifications and licenses and I may use that collector of certifications in the future thinking down the line. You suspect in the future. After doing the massage therapy there will be additional certifications coming along possibly strength and conditioning coach and I think one of the things grace was mentioning before we started recording is her boyfriend is also a collector of certifications. And he's got some of his own and his business and he us also also said he's branched out into the health and wellness field also very much. So he's a geek so nutrition so so pressure is on. If you get to know grace you have to keep up with the certifications vacations. My favorite question. I always went ask people from Philly. Pittsburgh is. Are you a Pittsburgh native if so why are you still here. If not what brought to Pittsburgh I am a Pittsburgh. Native grew up in a suburb about thirty minutes. Outside of the city in North Huntingdon. I don't know why I'm still in Pittsburgh. I would love to leave but I just don't know of anywhere to go that I love more than Pittsburgh and I know this is a podcast about movement. I always want to ask people. Obviously now is a yoga instructor working as a physical therapy assistant. You're going after. I believe you said at some point strong. I which is a kettle bell training certification which ages no joke. Were you active growing up or were you somebody who's like yeah. I don't like being active and kind of as a follow up to that where you active because mom and Dad said get the hell out of the house. Elsa don't come back until dinnertime or because mom and dad were active. If you had brothers and sisters they were active and you kind of got dragged along with them so my family is not an active family. My mom did tell me to get out of the House and not come home until dinner. I actually my fitness journey didn't start until I was about eighteen. I had ED Attended cosmetology school and gained weight. Because I ate from the vending machine on every ten minute break that we had and ballooned up to you two hundred pounds and I said Nope this has got to stop so stop. Drinking pop started eating better started attending a fitness class. Just that was local in our neighborhood neighborhood and eventually made my way to an official. Jim started taking yoga class. I loved the Yoga Teacher. She worked at a yoga. Studio became came a yoga instructor so it was just this little bits here and there that I collected and then Found that I really love weight training as well I'm unnaturally flexible person. But I noticed I was starting having some aches and pains and I thought maybe I need to do the other end of things and started weightlifting. Dabbled a little bit and cross bit But we have our own gym downstairs with pedal bells because you can do so much with one little weight. And that's why I'm pursuing that certification now now and I'm curious people that you knew when you were growing up or maybe when you first went to cosmetology school that you still keep in touch with. Do they think you're crazy. Do they love what you're doing. Do they look look at you and say what the heck you taking years off your life I would hope. They think that I'd love to be an inspiration to my friends and people that I know. I don't don't think they think I'm crazy. They just let me go. Do my own thing I try to impart that to them as well. I haven't really convinced many people although I do have two two friends that wanted to attend taste of fitness that was hosted at the ace hotel in East Liberty. So we got to do that together. And that was Super Fun thinking now in your fitness journeys said not super active growing up figured it out at eighteen because I know a lot of people. Don't they just continue eating away. They did growing up up thinking vending machine. Food is good looking back on it now a few years later. What do you think made the biggest difference or made you say I need to do something about this Honestly probably wasn't until I met my boyfriend that I really had my a come to Jesus moment with food and started figuring out why I was so emotionally emotionally connected to food. That was the big component for me. My mom always had baked goods in the house. Home Baked goods not little debbie snacks and it was a dessert after every meal will I was also part of the Clean Plate Club So as I started living on my own I started cooking from cooking white magazine so I was able to help myself out with that. But yeah until you go down the emotional path and the mental path of Y. You're eating the way you are and making the decisions that you are. I don't think there can really be changed and that was sweat. Did it for me and I think a lot of people don't hit on with that as it's different for everybody. There's not one magic thing I know we had earlier. podcast guest who transitioned transition from running to was in school and gained some weight and then started cycling because his dad and his brother who were both physical therapists said. Hey you need to do something and I asked the question and I said did they talk to you about your health. He said No. No my brother just guilted me into it so I think it's important for some people that is what it is like peer pressure and for other people it's figuring Out What's the emotional attachment. What works for you doesn't necessarily work for me or somebody else? I know for me. My journey with food was when I made the mistake of taking a nutrition class in college is like ooh. Some of this stuff isn't really good for me so I still like to eat the whole blueberry pie but it's probably after doing an eight or nine hour activity where it's like okay. I need calories. I'm curious also with the progression with fitness. One of the things that people often find. They're eighteen nineteen twenty. They get in school. They're out on their own. It's like okay I got school. I've got maybe work and I've got lots and lots of free time as you've probably figured out as you get older as you collect more certifications that I know from chatting with you you have at least one dog and at least one cat things start to pick up. How do you find the time? I'm to make sure that you stay active or their time. Just say I just can't do this because a lot of people say boy I'd love to work out or I'd love to watch what I eat but I just don't have time. It's easier to go out to eat so a lot of times times. Hearing what other people do is beneficial. Yeah that I don't understand why time gets less as you get older and it's Trying to optimize it as has best you can so I try not to burden myself with the need to exercise. I fit it in. Where can Dan so Mondays are completely obliterated? I don't even think about it Tuesdays are my day off so I fit it in where I can there Instead that of sitting on the couch I'll sit on the floor and I'll do either some stretches or some muscle activation stuff Taking my dog for a walk Crawling around on the floor is a great movements So if I don't really have a ton of time I just have made me fifteen minutes before work. I'll just head down into the basement and just do some mhm animal movement kind of stuff for cycle for ten minutes just to get the blood flowing Parking far away from the grocery store taking the stairs. You know the the normal things that you here as well and just kind of realizing that you don't have to block an hour out to go to the gym to fit movement into your life. We're talking with Grace Costco. I think from what she's just described over. The last few minutes she really is treating movement is a lifestyle from hearing. You mentioned crawling around on the floor doing animal animal movements. I have a suspicion at some point your future the move nat certification is going to become one of the things you do. I know for moving to live. We interviewed Jenny plus lost from New Mexico as a physical therapist who's actually moved using move nat in the clinic. She works with she was actually introduced to it by another physical therapist. And you hit on another thing that I don't think a lot of people take into account as far as making movement part of their lifestyle. You said we've got a gym in our basement and a couple of kettlebells or t-rex machine she into something like that then you don't blow the fifteen twenty thirty minutes going to the gym the ten minutes to park the five minutes of BS ING with the Front Desk Staff. Not In a bad headway. You've got twenty minutes if you've got twenty minutes or you've got ten minutes or five minutes you've always got it there and it's like I've got kettlebells upstairs I've got kettlebells downstairs pedal uh-huh kettlebells in my on my patio in the backyard. And it's it's really. I think you've hit on something enough. People don't do get some stuff for home because that's beneficial official. We have a basket in our living room. That's filled with kind of recovery stuff so balls. Resistance bands are everywhere. My boyfriend has a hand weights in his office. And we are Jim downstairs and in the summertime of course the deck is filled with staff when we have actually have a climbing rope from the bottom of the deck up to the top. I got stuck on it. Maybe next time you could build a climbing wall on the deck also. That's one of the things that I would like to do. That's definitely on our on our list. Climbing is One of our new hobbies that we started last year and definitely love

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Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

The Big Picture

12:50 min | 6 months ago

Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

"Guys. Welcome to a very special conversation. Nations show about the Academy Awards but not just any Academy Awards are Academy Awards. were changing things up in the big picture this week. We've invited wisely from the New York Times we think for being here. Thanks for having me. Three Person Person Academy that makes us the Grammy Selection Committee. Hopefully less fraught less racist racist sexist and complete Taylor swift at Ed. Sheeran her part of my mom and I want the academy to tell the truth about who it is fun. Fact Taylor swift and Ed Sheeran had movie moments in the last twelve months. If you recall cheering yesterday Taylor Swift. Of course Miss Americana could forget. we're not going to be nominated for you said Miss Americana Either GonNa cats. That was yeah. That's very generous of you sir. I've locked that out we. We're not talking about that on this. PODCAST CAST now. We got the part right. Okay guys so every year the Oscars come around get very angry because they don't represent all the movies that we want to to be celebrated this year I would say it's been an unusually positive Oscar year in terms of nominations. However we got stuck in this conversation about why are there no female directors in the best director category? Why are there so few actors of color? Why are there so few uncut gems nominations are there so many things here we may? They disagree with that. We will discuss. I'm I'm your evolving. I'm evolving exactly the way to put it all evolving. Wesleyan a minute can you guys. Just give me coming some big picture feelings about where the Oscar nominating process is before we dig into our own awards well Without going into the Math Jeff on how the nomination determined at least in the best picture category whatever they did to make them less foreign needs to change because in addition just like I just wrote a piece for the paper Abou a complicated problem I have with. This year's show is the first time more. I'm I feel like the homogeneity among the best picture nominees just superficially is Kinda monotonous to me. What do you mean but up I mean basically what I mean. Is that lake. There are nine move. Eight movies about white people And like the the white experience yes there is a wide experience. PODCAST is often expanding on and in one from Korea or South Korea. And I I like all of these movies except for one and a half of them and so so. The thing that I am annoyed about is that there isn't it is not as though there's one movie that didn't get nominated that should have that also featured Richard people who are not white so my problem is more of an industry. Problem in the Oscars of course is a symptom of this larger thing. And so I'm Kinda just. I went back just to do some math on on on. How many movies among the nominees for best picture since they expanded ten were set the present and usually I mean the thing? That's thrilling about the best picture. Nominees every year is that you do get some really interesting story that gets told about the movie industry but also just the movies and something about this collection of movies as a collection as a class of films kind of bores me and but again like I like most of the nominees and so I don't know it's a weird place but they they have to change them. I think the man is part of this like even I don't like Hustler's that much but you this. This group of movies needs it. Needs it needs needs like a blindside. It needs a district District nine yeah. It needs a district night but you think that so. That's I think it's math don't you because don't what's the one film that would have resolved some of that feeling. Is that the farewell. Like what is it. I don't even see that's the weird thing also. I don't even care care what it was because I don't like any of the alternative. This is weird year for for the solution to this problem. There isn't one. There's no main waves. Waves would be a movie that would that would be more interesting but every year since they expanded ten has had just more interesting stuff. It I have a theory and it's not about math and I think your point about math is good and also your point that this is these are eight movies about white people is also important. uh-huh any everything we're about to say is not going to change that but I do just and it's not GonNa Change the industry and it's not GonNa Change. WHO GETS to make movies? Unfortunately but I do wonder if some of it is also like our expectations and our relationship to the nominees because we're used to being dissatisfied and we're used to findings something that to be mad about and since they've gotten to ten and especially in the last couple of years years. There are more movies that I'm excited about that are nominated for best picture. And even this year I would say they're five movies like jazzed about same same here and I'm not used to that and so I do think and and we're part of doing this podcast and talking about the Oscars is arguing talking about what was snubbed. And what the economy isn't representing. and I wonder if some of the boringness is just kind of. I don't know where to put all of that energy for what interesting that I hear that that particular aspect of this year's race though I think is an anomaly. I think there's two reasons for at one. We we just happen to get a couple of films from a couple of people who kind of always make big noisy special films. Martin Scorsese Quentin Tarantino. We got a couple of movies marriage story and the Irishman that probably would not have been financed by any other studio that got a lot more money than they would have gotten and so those movies got pushed up to the top. You know I know you guys probably not huge joker Fans but that's a highly unusual kind of movie to have been made in the way that it was position. Marketed the success that had had and also the parasite thing is. There's just no literally literally no precedent for a movie like this getting this much awareness appreciation potentialities to win The the fact that this is impossible right now is was utterly unpredictable. Even even in September I ran so I think accounting for this year in particular as a bellwether of any kind and is a little bit difficult long term. But the point that you're making one hundred percent right which is that you know. There's a certain kind of movie that still is always going to get made in Hollywood and there's a certain kind the movie that it's still really hard to get made that's movies by women's moving movies by filmmakers of color starring people of color about different kinds of experiences in the world. So that's not going to change. I think some of what we're we're GONNA do here accounts for that. I think some of the categories that were creating accounts for that. Yes I think. In general though the public perception of the Oscars is it's a little bit. Stodgy it's a little bit boring self-satisfied but also it doesn't really understand what's fun about movies no well that's part of I mean to the degree agree that there is a selection committee. It's People's self consciousness about their with. They want their tastes to be. Yes yeah and that to me is part of what I'm sensing about this group. The best picture nominees though I feel like I do feel like despite the fact that I actually could not subtract one of these movies or there's a ten slot at the tenth movie like what I mean. You could additive movie proud interesting lake. Ed Lee said in the president and at least about the thing that is seemingly the problem by gathering these movies together race Which member of the knives out family is each? That's a good game that somewhere. Oh I like that. We don't have to answer that right now but just trying to think of the Google anyway I but I but I also think that part of the problem. I think some of the things that I'm feeling is this. I mean I don't know it seems like a revenge against the way things seem to be going. Otherwise yes but you can't prove that a and I mean I'm arguing against my own myself right now but it's unprovable. It's just a feeling that I have a feels like every time they do these blind surveys of these academy members. There's always somebody who's like well. I don't think we have a diversity problem. I just think the movies that Star Wall you know other people uh-huh aren't as good as the ones right or even just that was nice. But it's not an Oscar film which covers all manner of sentence and that shows up in. Everyone knows that there is an Oscar film which there's been an Oscar film since like nineteen thirty nine like that's part of the problem. Yeah I don't know when it got so not. How did you no one team seventeen despite how much I love? It smells ker movie. It is twenty when I was fifteen. I did not think that was pejorative. In fact I thought that that was was meaning really really meaningful. My perception of it is changed or self conscious about it. That's an parasite actually wins. I'm going to feel really freaked out. Because does that mean that I'm basic because is the movie that I want to win also won the Academy Award. I just called aging. Yeah well I don't know I don't feel the way by moonlight. Yeah now more so feels like the exception and to me even though I mean in a weird way. Here's a good test of this of this question. The departed. I always think about the idea that departed is a best picture winner. You know what I mean. I think if the departed was directed by Guy Ritchie though it would have had no chance at the Oscars yes of course. The Scorsese. Only the Scorsese UNISOM did that but just looking at it. As a movie rate lake. That was the best picture of what was it. Two thousand six six. I just it just kind of. It's a funny thing. It's a funny thing that wasn't i. I wasn't the best movie of that year. Obviously are not obvious. It's funny that you bring that up. We actually just talked talked about that. Exact movie a couple of days ago show in that movie yeah. It's a totally fun and slightly. You need us. Yes Oh sure. Yeah what what other the way. I don't know actually actually. Actually what's going on with Matt Damon in that movie. Congratulations him okay. So if we were going to change James the telecast a little bit What what there was talk of this last year? About modifying the telecast. But I don't want to modify the telecast per se but I think that there's some categories that maybe we don't needed some categories and maybe we do need okay. I'm personally I just don't believe that. The shorts need to be in the Academy Awards No one watches them their unseen by the by the public at large. Are You mad at that. You want the short sustain gas. I do why I don't know but the idea. We will not a part of the rest of the conversation but is that really how it works. I mean I'm but you're talking to the wrong person and a win aware like I actually wish they had brought. I want to see the best bluegrass album winter. I WANNA see best. Okay I WANNA see best. Best Ja- best traditional jazz album. I WanNa see that person person win. You're in dangerous territory women. I personally would like there to be a nine hours. Oscar ceremony right. Amanda wants to get through this fairly quickly vision show. You're saying it's its own not work of art. But it's least its own entity that needs to have a start and a finish on a structure and momentum and energy we can't just like trot got out every single movie clip that Sean is like for the past seventy years and then let's talk about this cinematography. I'm and this one's like to the telestrator up with the old Oscar broadcast that were nobody really. There was no Internet for people to run to and complain. I mean it just ended when it ended and it was full of supporting clips. I mean for a lot of America. They didn't know who Pauline Collins was. They wanted to see like surely Valentine. What does that clip? This is good so you get a clip Pauline Collins Acting Shirley. 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Impeachment trial: House Democrats to say Trump obstructed Congress

Morning Edition

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Impeachment trial: House Democrats to say Trump obstructed Congress

"The all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment while the Senate of the United States the city for the trial of the articles of impeachment exhibited by the house of representatives against Donald John trump president of the United States for more than nine hours yesterday house Democrats tried to make their case that president trump abused his office in his dealings with Ukraine and that abuse of power constitutes an impeachable offense here's impeachment manager representative Adam Schiff making his closing remarks last night you can't trust this president do what's right for this country you can trust he will do what's right for Donald Trump he'll do it now he's done it before he'll do it for the next several months he'll do it in the election if he's allowed to this is why if you find him guilty you must find that he should be removed because right matters because right matters and the truth matters otherwise we are lost today is the final day for Democrats to try and convince Republican senators that president trump should be removed from

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Work Smart, Not Hard!

Plan B Success

03:41 min | 7 months ago

Work Smart, Not Hard!

"Whether they're truly swamped with work or not after. All work is such an integral part of anyone's life but in the modern world as we know it is any work truly hard. Ask yourself that question. You work truly hard. Well most of it is not and whatever is. There are several innovations in place to make it easier to perform today. It's not as much about working hard as as it is about working. Smart Limited time where it's your resourcefulness and acumen. That plays vital part in your success than unshared hard toil for every aspect of work where true Muslim power is needed. Machinery and computers have proven their metal when it comes to true productivity burning. The midnight oil has shown to be futile. The most productive contribution from from a human is limited to about eight to nine hours a day after that changing scene is required to ensure that you do not burn yourself out. There's a need to recharge and replenish for continuing your productive pursued the next day it also helps to pause a moment and relocate the task ahead with fresh perspective often times. You'll see a different light on some other end of the dock. Aw Tunnel the. Modern workforce is distributed across the globe. Some working would truly in some enjoying flexible schedules. These allowances have actually brought down stress levels and increased productivity. Imagine being tight your desk working on a task. Why worrying about how your kids kids will be picked up a daycare if you can't leave. Who Wins in the situation. The employee the employer are none. Now if you're able to take off for an hour to get your kids home safely and come back to work or if you were to take off early. Get the kids home and then continued to work from home. Isn't that a true win-win situation all around coming back to the eight to nine hours. You have available available on a daily basis to tackle work. I think that is plenty of time to be truly productive without complaining about being swamped. It boils down to planning your work and working your plan. It also builds on being accountable for what you do and showing join responsibility. This will actually rub off on those that you work with. If Dan Right if you plan write and perform right you should never will ever be truly swarmed or overwhelmed by work. Today's economy has created unique situations. Where many employees have taken on more more than they do at work are thankful to be employed by this also creates situations where they may be overwhelmed causing boone out by nature? We try to pack as much as possible in a day looking. SMART is prioritizing. Based on importance ended agency planning workable chunks of work. Setting yourself up to succeed being flexible. Accommodate your work life balance without losing focus on either. Now take a moment and reflect on your own situation. Are you

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"nine hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"nine hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"For nine hours on anything I I wouldn't want to play golf and drink for nine hours I'd be tired when one is my mother I got to go home I'd be discreet and all kinds of crazy stuff that just to get out of there. that's what I'm saying on a positive note it turns out the U. S. him unemployment rate fell in September to a new fifty year low three and a half percent employers adding a modest hundred and thirty six thousand jobs down sizes downside is that the average hourly wages did slip a little bit by about a penny that would be the great irony of this if this did doom trump that he has the greatest economy in the history of economies. and and all kinds of reasons he would be reelected but. why it's a drag though that the. medium wages down by penny. three check out yeah in a nice juicy steak in front of you you take gonna take home cook it up for kids it's. ninety eight all you have a. heartbreak California making a move to get more drug addled and crazy people off the streets good finally where wake up yet you're a corn Ryden numb skull why would I yell at somebody when they've come to my site. thank you your dog when he comes to you that's terrible I'm so I'm so sorry I apologize half the homeless people in America live in California which is us donning because it's just a best place to be a bomb in a junkie the other forty nine states you should look at what California's doing and do the opposite. governor.

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"nine hours" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"nine hours" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"If you're in the market for windows, call eight, six six ninety nation or go to win donation dot com and tell them we told you to call Cooley is in Wyoming. Tell everybody about your trip out to Wyoming before you know what we might as well do what you got here in a moment. If you've got something I actually have something to bounce off view and get some advice on, but your trip to Wyoming started when and ended when. Started Monday and it, it ended Wednesday, then how many total? So it was twenty nine hours took me with stops. How many by myself, and I drove stop twenty nine hours. Nonstop, you did not sleep. You didn't pull over and rest. How, how did you pull that off? Amphetamines. Okay. Very good. I don't know. Man, I, I laughed I planned on making it through she. And it'd be like at ten o'clock. So I didn't have traffic. That's. I've done this bunch. You just gotta get through Chicago and not hit any traffic or it really takes a long time, and I got through Chicago at about ten and made it across into Wisconsin. And I, I wasn't really tired. And so I just kept falling and about four shy got pretty tired. I started to get tired, and I was already almost a South Dakota and it started to get light at thirty kinda got a second wind and I thought I'm going to do it and the thing is south Dakota's. Four hundred ten miles and the Wyoming, another three hundred miles, and you think you're pretty close, when you get to South Dakota, 'cause you feel like wound in the west and South Dakota, but you're not that like that extra ten hours is really kicking them balls. I made it you, you called me on Wednesday morning, it was pretty early when you call, then I looked at my, my phone, and I'm like, what, what's he call him that early four and I forget what time it was, but you were passing through Sioux Falls, South Dakota. And at that point, you told me that you had not slept yet, that you were planning, what you just said, you were planning on stopping, but the sun came up in South Dakota, and that's when you decided to just go for it, and I, I r- do not to go for Eire's you to find wanted to be the person that says that I was the person that said that. Listen. I was fine. I if I was tired, I was gonna stop by wasn't like this ultimate feat that I had to make. I, I was fine. I wasn't I was tired by the time I got into owning but I. Noon, and I was not gonna fall asleep. I just I was just ready to be there. So my dog was my dog in the triple with me, by the way. So lot of red my fam-. I would assume it now. Yeah. I would assume a lot of red rebels along the way. Yeah. Oh, like on speak full amount of red bull for a twenty four three yes. He's, I mean when you got there, did you just crash, or you will, or were you wired? Oh, no, no, no. It was like I got here, I tried to watch TV. I got here, like four thirtyish at six fell asleep. And I woke up at six next morning like just woke up for the first time let's good. Get twelve hours, you know that that's the twenty nine straight hours by yourself.

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"nine hours" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"nine hours" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Gonna spend nine hours in a car. That's always been vacation for me or vacation day. You know, like, I I love good road trip. But like I try to keep it at like four hours of driving or so a day. Because I feel like that's pretty good. You know, you you drive, you know after breakfast. He gets more buy lunch. You have the afternoon to do an activity. You have the night. Ted. Maybe do something else or get a good night's sleep or something. Now problematically if we're gonna go from south, Morocco, north Morocco. So if you're going for America using that any anyone get causing Lanka because we know this end than we wanna go to fez, which a lot of people. Do that's a big trip? You know, you're looking at nine hours, or so, you know, like, you know, like, if the train has a delay. You're on the train that could easily be twelve hours happens all the time if you're driving you get behind one slow little trunk all the sudden near you know, eight and a half hour drive easily turns into nine ten hours. That's how that's a whole day. You know what? I mean, the end you're going to have to do that usually because your round trip ticket would be coming back from areas tonight. You're stuck doing that same trip back. And so that's why I'm I'm usually tell people like pick one or the other, you know, now, if you have more time now, you get into like, all right? Well, here here's a different kind of. Luth we can do. So like, you know, we can go from that, you know, the Gora can area and instead of coming back to America. So we can actually go up through the desert. There's a couple of really cool gorgeous up there that we can hit the data's gorge. That is beautiful if people are in the rock, climbing rock climbing there, but is great hiking. Nice places to stay a couple of good restaurants up in there to and then. You can come over the mountains to fez, which I find most Americans typically actually like Feza little bit better than Merrill cash. And I can kinda see why that is I I myself prefer says a little bit as well. It's it's a city that keeps it secret too, pretty close. But once he opened him up. It's pretty amazing. You know? And so yeah, I find a few days in as well warranted. And from as yet Roman ruins to go explore in Volusia LA's, another capital capital city of McNally's, which is good for a day trip. And then you get into chef Shaolin, which is the Instagram hit right now from my when I was gonna say I've heard if you have shown I don't even know why? But I think it's because. Yeah. Okay. Stupidly photogenic. It's a it's a really pretty magical city end hash, I think is still pretty big up there. So, you know, anybody into like. Smoke a little bit. Like that's kind of where they do. You wish showman has that kind of street Craig going forward as well. Yeah. But then he could do that tour where you're going from says up to chef shallan, Ted Thuan, which is great lesser visited city, really Morocco before hitting tangerine ac-, LA what is the driving like could you mentioned the times is it like if you were taking that job at say, I let's start with the drives that you mentioned doing the southern is it is it easy. Driving highways is it's super scenic because I'm with you that I don't want to spend all the day in a car. But if it's if the drive itself is really really awesome. Then it makes it obviously a little better feel like, well, it's supersedes all the time. All right. Yeah. Nine hours a long time. But at least I'm seeing stuff if it's a highway going through the middle of nowhere. You're lying. Yeah. Nine hours is not something. I would do fun for the first right, right? Right. Exactly. Yeah. The the drive I described by love it because it scenic things are changing yet. These like majestic coastlines, you know, into some Rocky Mountain terrain..

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"nine hours" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Ten child for nine hours listening to them, honestly don't wouldn't blame them for whining about being bored. Also, how do you feed them? How do you take. Yeah, you've got to trust if you didn't come with like a group of friends and you've got to trust the person will let you back in line when you or let your kid go by themselves, which no, and especially in the mall, Nome all sorts of like what was the thought process here? But this was clearly build a bear did not think they were going to get this huge response because they were not super prepared for it. Right? They didn't have any extra security, whatever. And the regular security was filling sort of overwhelmed and trying to keep the peace because you can imagine standing in line for hours with young children, tempers would get testy. Sometimes people, adult people get cranky over the craziest thing. And so I can just see them like shoving each other or well, you cut in line or just those crazy things that you hear about. Like it's so consciously becomes about something else and non about the bear right. That actually becomes about like your worth as a. Person or something that person gets one in, you don't. Right. So they actually had to call police to this to control the crowd and keep them from going insane and built a beer. At least the one store actually had to abandon the offer a hotel here, which I feel really bad for the person who had to go out and announce that to the my alone limelight..

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"nine hours" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Was just like oh you know you just do four straight days of basically nine hours of live tv and i felt like it finally went really well for us at fox we've kind of been cursed you know just whether it's been golf course you know setup and everybody's complaining bay the chambers bay you know hack we just had chimney cock and phil mickelson putt a moving ball because he was ticked off so i mean it's just like hey here we come wasn't going to be this week but we kind of got through it and we all feel good and then you make that going in essence going off the air and it's like you know in this world that's going to be the only thing anybody talks about all of a sudden that you serves the gaff becomes the story not the nine hours everyday prior to that so i mean i was having a meltdown and and i and you know people say well you know it was the other guy handed you the card and it was the wrong info but he handed me fifty cards during the course of the week that made me look way more intelligent or informed than i might otherwise have been so you know so the guy made a mistake and and i have to kinda wear it but i'm dry we're driving to the airport after that in wisconsin and my wife and my daughter trudy trying to pump me up and it's not a big deal and the other trying to come up with the right things to say and i just i was like shaking i was so furious with myself with the situation i'm like you know only only me you know this guy win oh she's in every shot i just was like the perfect storm i heard you talking about this i love that noling up podcast and you're on deleting into shinnecock like about a month ago and i heard you talking about like how much how set your and i was legitimately surprised here upset you or with yourself on that because i honestly i'm like oh because i knew i mean i know i mean obviously this not your level of course but you know that the people behind the scenes i know that you didn't know that obviously you wouldn't give him the wrong person so i knew i thought it might be your guy steve horne now but he was never do and that's why he's my guy right people but i just have my point is i don't think that i i don't think it was it's like when i went through the albert pool halls fun and games five or six years ago and you called me in were kind enough to try and councilmen you go nobody cares nobody cares nobody knows you you think everybody's like going to starbucks tangoing on my god did you so we're on you even though it's been thirteen the wrong three week old girlfriends over his greatest telecast was i don't think i was really surprised when i heard you say so then kelly this all goes back so i'm giving you the next layer which had on the noling up podcast he cares but kelly tex kelly chase retaliate chase tax me on the way to the airport and it's like hey just so you know ray lynn and i are still together and i was like you talk about not being in the mood like staring with a single tear rolling down my cheek and i get this and i'm like you oh did you oh rushed rush no did you send it or did you type it and then debate whether or not no i wanted to send it before i typed it i was so pissed and and we haven't talked since no way so he ran a little sense of timing like i don't care come on now knows so now this year of course brooks kept a wins again so down the stretch i'm sitting there and my laptop is open as yours is and i've got the us up on one side because that's really how i follow all the entire championship.

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"nine hours" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And the way they have it set up you're not like sitting around for nine hours twiddling normally normally you get every day you're at a you're at a stop you get off you can go and do something steve i've been on three cruises and usually on on everyone i've been on there's at least one day at sea for cruising you're telling me with the alaskan cruise that you'll be in port every single day usually the trip back to get back down to seattle is a is a full day out on the ship while you're on ship all day long but my point is is that normally they have it set up in such a way that you're not you know you're not board all day twiddling your thumbs how much interaction with strangers steve quite a bit actually but that also depends on your personality be outgoing new guy it would be the type he's gonna sit down for dinner with two people that he doesn't know and with his luck he will get the guy or the girl that won't shut up he is going to no i didn't say that that was any because i've been on these and there was one cruise where we went to dinner it was the first one me and my wife went on back in two thousand and one i think it was and they put us at the wasn't a community table but it was a table for six essentially like one hundred six people and we sat next to they were very nice but the husband would not stop talking i mean the entire time to where we spend the extra money every night for the private table in a different restaurant i couldn't do it and you're you're literally paired up with.

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"nine hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Was a it was a huge time but we have time yeah i was out taking some pictures getting some background stuff and in the morning i i was about nine hours up this old riverbed away from the highway i'd come in on and and it just it was a hell hellacious drive so i was looking for a shortcut to get out so i was looking at the maps and i found a little canyon i thought i could cut through and then run down to wash and get back to the road area a lot faster and i made it through the little canyon and when i came out i saw piece of fabric blowing in the wind and i looked over and it was a great big ten but it was like a family you know the kind of had like three modules like a three bedroom tent and so i rolled up on it and and one of the rules in the desert she never roll into someone's camp you never walk into someone's camping ever drive into someone's camp you know you you park a ways out and and see make sure they can see your hands various anyway i could see that the sand had blown up on it for the densely along the side so it was it looked abandoned and and part of the tarp was hanging off the top and flapping in the wind and if you can imagine how snow piles up on the side of your house in a snowstorm well same thing in the desert you see that was sand and that'll tell you how long something's been out there frequently so i walked up to it and they were four folding chairs sitting around in a big cooler and nobody no tire tracks nothing right the the sand was blown smooth and everything and i was like okay someone just like got up and left their campsite and a big campsite so i'm like okay i gotta look in this tent 'cause there's gotta be something in there there's some answer to this and i called out a couple of times not that i expected to hear anyone answer back but you just you know wanna be polite and crawled up to it and dug out the entrance and.

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"nine hours" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It was a it was a huge tent i got a tell you now if i have time but we have time yeah i was out a taking some pictures getting some background stuff and in the morning i i was about nine hours up this old riverbed away from the highway i'd come in and and it just it was a hell hellacious drive so i was looking for a shortcut to get out so i was looking at the maps and i found a little canyon i thought i could cut through and then run down to wash and get back to the road area a lot faster and i made it through the little canyon and when i came out i saw a piece of fabric blowing in the wind and i looked over and it was a great big ten but it was like a family thing you know the kind of have like three modules like a three bedroom tent so i rolled up on it and and one of the rules in the desert she never rolled into someone's camp you never walk into someone's camping never drive into someone's camp you know you you park a ways out and and see make sure they can see your hands nefarious and anyway i could see that the sand had blown up on it pretty densely along the side so it was it looked abandoned and and part of the tarp was hanging off the top and flapping in the wind and if you can imagine how snow piles up on the side of your house in.

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"nine hours" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Was it was a huge ten i got a tell you now if i have time but we have time yeah i was out taking some pictures getting background stuff and in the morning i i was about nine hours up this old riverbed away from the highway i'd come in and and it just it was a hell hellacious drive so i was looking for a shortcut to get out so i was looking at the maps and i found a little canyon i thought i could cut through and then run down to wash and get back to the road area a lot faster and i made it through the little canyon and when i came out i saw piece of fabric blowing in the wind and i looked over and it was a great big ten but it was like a family ten you know the kind of like three modules a three bedroom tent so i rolled up on it and one of the rules in the desert you never rolled into someone's camp you never walk into someone's camping ever drive into someone's camp you know you park a ways out and and see make sure they can see your hands various anyway i could see that the sand had blown up on it pretty densely along the side so it was it looked abandoned and and part of the tarp was hanging off the top and flapping in the wind and if you can imagine how snow piles up on the side of your house and same thing in the desert you see that with sand and that'll tell you how long something's been out there frequently so i walked up to it and they were four folding chairs sitting around in a big colour and nobody no tire tracks nothing right the the sand was blown smooth and everything and i was like okay someone just like got up and left their campsite and a big campsite so i'm like okay i gotta look in this ten 'cause there's gotta be something in there there's some answer to this and i called out a couple of times not that i expected to hear anyone answer back but he just you know wanna be polite and crawled up to it and dug out the entrance.

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"nine hours" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on WRVA

"Was it was a huge tent time but we have time yeah i was out taking some pictures getting some background stuff and in the morning i i was about nine hours up this old riverbed away from the highway i'd come in on and and it just it was a hell hellacious drives so i was looking for a shortcut to get out so i was looking on the maps and i found a little canyon i thought i could cut through and then run down to wash and get back to the road area a lot faster and i made it through the little canyon and when i came out i saw a piece of fabric blowing in the wind and i looked over and it was a great big ten but it was like a family ten you know the kind of have like three modules three bedroom tent and so i rolled up on it and and one of the rules in the desert she never rolled into someone's camp you never walk into someone's camping ever drive into someone's camp you know you park a ways out and and see make sure they can see your hands the perez and anyway i could see that the sand had blown up on it pretty densely along the side so it was it looked abandoned and and part of the tarp was hanging off the top and flapping in the wind and if you can imagine how snow piles up on the side of your house in.

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"nine hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Was it was a huge tent time but if we have time yeah without taking some pictures getting so background stuff and in the morning i i was about nine hours up this old riverbed away from the highway i'd come in and and it just it was a hell hellacious drive so i was looking for a shortcut to get out so i was looking at the maps and i found a little canyon i thought i could cut through and then run down to wash and get back to the road area a lot faster and i made it through the little canyon and when i came out i saw a piece of fabric blowing in the wind and i looked over and it was a great big ten but it was like a family thing you know the kind of have like three modules a three bedroom tent so i rolled up on it and and one of the rules in the desert she never roll into someone's camp you never walk into someone's camping ever drive into someone's camp you know you you park a ways out and and see make sure they can see your hands and anyway i could see that the sand had blown up on it pretty densely along the side so it was it looked abandoned and and part of the tarp was hanging off the top and flapping in the wind and if you can imagine how snow piles up on the side of your house in a snow well same thing in the desert you see that with sand and that'll tell you how long something's been out there frequently so i walked up to it and they were four folding chairs sitting around in a big cooler and nobody no tire tracks nothing right the the the sand was blown smooth and everything and i was like okay someone just like got up and left their campsite and a big campsite so i'm like okay gotta look in this ten 'cause there's gotta be something in there there's some answer to this and i called out a couple of times not that i expected to hear anyone answer back but he just you know wanna be polite and crawled up to it and dug out the entrance.

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"nine hours" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"In what you do do you even want that it's five to nine one one seven and how annoying has it been for you when your office calls and you'll be anonymous guys are dudes women are do that if you're in the real estate business even if you worked for another company i mean you're you have that entrepreneurial self employed mindset right do you wanna be disconnected or do you want to know if something has gone wrong or gone new york city council member rafael espionage has introduced piece of legislation that gives employees well actually it gives all citizens it gives the city the right to ban companies with more than ten employees who requiring workers to respond to emails texts any electronic work communications after work hours let's see hi i have this research that was done in new york city the average worker clocks in forty nine hours and eight minutes of work a week forty nine hours and eight minutes i work with people who would look at that and say cool i'd like to work fewer hours in what we do for a living in this building i mean there are people who sleep and eat and you know like for example what i do show prep is twenty four hours a day whatever you see whatever you do you thinking that might be cool to talk about for news people they hear a see something and they file away mentally or on a note pad or or tablet i wonder if there's a story there.

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"nine hours" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"Okay now i just want to step back for a second because everybody else's practicing nine hours you're practicing what a couple of so so give us a hint like obviously you know what you're doing work wise what can you tell these people who are practicing nine hours a day that you know that that you've obviously just work efficiently give us one hint so that they don't want to beat you up now oh no not no not at all but i mean i think that you know we know these pieces so well by the time we get to these competitions that if practicing over few hours it just seems a little bit like overkill and the best thing you can do is just to relax yourself keep take your mind off it so good advice oh we're in kalamazoo did you go to google off so as you all probably could imagine i did the most normal thing go to a baseball card shop i think that's what everyone would do i'm huge baseball card collector and i decided hey why not have some fun while here so i want collected some baseball car you're not just a collector year a traitor and when i say trading i mean like wall street kind of trading so what's the inside on the baseball card market so the baseball car market is basically the black market stock market players who are doing really well you can sell a ton of money players doing bally's sort of keep them siber try to sell players while they're hot and i say black market because it's sort of off the grid like flea markets and stuff so you know it's a little bit shadier but it's still fun but it'll be up and down like literally i mean what were you telling you.

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"nine hours" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Word were interviewed that has given us any evidence of collusion conspiracy coordination between the trump campaign and the russian government not one and so now we're basically going through the motions that were trying to find tabloid type news to gets you guys that becomes a drive new cycle and that needs and is exactly right about this there isn't any collusion all of this is a dog in pony show that the democrats are running that the republicans are leading of run nine hour testimony nine hours of questions for hope hicks who never did anybody and by the way she i think she is unfairly under is tack for yet another thing it supposedly as being laid off on her as the person who gave michael wolff all of that access to the west wing the white through to write that that that book about trump and his uh affairs and all or whatever the wolf book heavy eliza runaway bestseller and it in supposedly she is being blamed for not vetting wolf enough and not learning what israel intentions were and i'm here to tell you folks i don't think she is the one responsible for that because i had too many people telling me long before this an independent of this i had a lot of people tell you know michael wolff has changed he's become ah uh you can we conservatives can trust this guys have wide.

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"nine hours" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Nine nine nine hours our residents sports meister do you have an opinion on the demise of chief wahoo look i i don't really have an issue with i'm sure the fans have an issue with it because it's what they've identified with the indians but at this point now the team is decided it's over it's done with it it's time to get rid of it all right hooks to get rid of it now people wanna know why isn't it be taking place this season because major league baseball requires a year in advance before they get rid of and the p name the indians i mean right at any less or more offend knows the same thing is the wash redskins fan the washington redskins that's the name of the team people that find the name offensive i understand that but it's been the team name for almost a hundred years yeah well and they're not going to change and in the case of the big in the case of the cleveland indians you remember dino with their name was before the cleveland i don't remember so i think they were the cleveland spyders and then they wanted if i'm that spdr so this fighters were event right all the eight legged creatures were offender all the arachnids but a one of their great players at the time was napoleon lodge away who was one of the great stars of the deadball era so i think for a time they actually use the nickname the cleveland napoleon's and then they shortened it to cleveland nappes because of napoleon lagged way was such a star but one of their stars after they got rid of napoleon lodge zhou wei was an american indian uh and they name the team four him as a tribute to him they renamed the whole team as a tribute him that the owner ask the local baseball riders to come up with a name and based on their input the team was renamed the cleveland indians uh in honor of one of their players lewis sockalexis who was uh.

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"nine hours" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on KOIL

"Peak of wrestling i mean look at the popular vote the average now the average age of somebody who watches wrestling is fifty four the average age of somebody who plays banned or watches basketball is forty two the average age of someone who does the nwc a nc rather basketball's fifty two we're not winning younger fans who have no the olympics is fifty three cents foot all is fifty two which i would think there would be a lot younger when it comes to football especially i mean just entering the phones here at the cannes commando show i mean it's four or five times a week i wanna cut the cord i wanna get rid of cable but i don't want to get rid of my football here's why younger people are not lashing football and the reason why is that they would rather watch the online highlight reults which is about 8 minutes rather than sit through a couple of hours of a football game while there is that attention span problem that all professional sports talks about mean games or an investment i mean i watch asked my life i watch nine hours a street football on sunday well how and she let you do that it's all mines only seventeen weeks a year the other whatever do the math filed dwelt apple picking an existing evan teens sunday's a year at a 52 years sit in your but in the couch for nine hours watching football corrects an thursday night while and monitored you know what you it never leave never we better bring her home lowers today at the dea we made when we got married was you give me my football sunday's them now give you everything else in the world whatever you want sure i'll be honored suggests inaugural tool said that he signed up for sling tv i did because we recommended on the show because that's one of the ways to give the red zone network and so lat a week ones for two weeks ago i decided it's free might as well give it a try boarded i have a poor experience by what happened i stream that's all we do we don't have kinkel so we stream everything so icecream hulu netflix eggs hbo have no issues put on the sling.

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"nine hours" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"nine hours" Discussed on KTRH

"In the last nine hours as we've been on the air power outages have been minimal so those are very very small blessings and what is otherwise has been uh some of the worst times in houston whether history absolutely and let's just run through some of the that the most important issues people need to know about evacuations and about sheltered centrally become the main story right now thanks to jeff lindor he kind of adjust update less on some of these royce and so we know where at he talked about the let's start with the reservoirs the addicts in the barker there are rising he said he mentioned the addicts it's now at one hundred seven point five feet the limit is one hundred eight feet were it starts to spill over that literally how closed uncontrollable spills there is nothing they can do that that after that and so he clarified as we had some questions about that that those folks in those spillover areas and in the beltway corridor there either you're in your in the past two as well that's going to happen he said it won't be as sudden it'll be a trickle little stars trickled but you have time but you need to really seriously consider another officially anyone near the addicts in barca those are officially voluntary doc you asians but you're strongly advised he'd do the are rising to record levels never seen before and it's going to start to happen in some cases on control ruled so those are in awe in effect in jeff linda by the way said they're gonna have enough they'd a news conference at eight o'clock this morning joe we'll have it here on ktrh and by the way we also governor greg has the on this radio station at seven fifteen and so we'll have relevant press conferences and the governor with alive visit here on ktrh yet he said they may have new information and guidance in that eighty impress a press conference so that'll be coming up in just a few hours on the addicts and of the other one is of course anyone along the brass us river each rising very dangerous mostly mandatory evacuations over there in fort bend county nearly all subdivisions summer voluntary the only ones that are voluntary are.

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