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What Joe Biden Didn't Say About the Chaos in Afghanistan

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

What Joe Biden Didn't Say About the Chaos in Afghanistan

"What joe biden. Didn't about the chaos in afghanistan by elena abramson and wj hennigan less than twenty four hours after the taliban sacked afghanistan's capital city of kabul. And a little more than a week after the militant group again a lightning offensive against regional capitals president. Joe biden has yet to offer an explanation for why his administration fails to anticipate an outcome that military and intelligence officials have predicted for years instead in his first public comments. Since the taliban seized full control of the country biden delivered a defiant nineteen minute speech in which he blamed the afghan military afghan leadership and the trump administration for the humanitarian disaster. Now playing out. I stand squarely behind my decision. He said but it was not the choice to pull out of afghanistan that critics have seized on after nearly twenty years of fighting across four presidential administrations without a winnable endgame insight biden's determination to wind down. The us in afghanistan was not the reason he finds himself facing the biggest foreign policy crisis of his presidency. Polls show that. Most americans agree with the decision to pull troops out. Biden ran on the policy which was set into motion by his predecessor. It was the way in which the biden administration conducted a withdrawal five months in the making that appears inexplicable. In hindsight the siding to first remove us forces aircraft and heavy weapons then close a constellation of airfields bases before finally evacuating at risk. Civilians has proved eight disastrous strategy. The move has left most people in washington scratching their heads. How did an administration led by a president with deep foreign policy experience. Misjudge the situation so

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"Sort of like going from gig to gig and kind of like on the back end of his career and he was calling from a phone booth in the middle of the desert. One hundred and fifteen degrees and he's like. I'm out it on the phone with his girlfriend. That's your at your out in it. I mean spiritually physically and metaphorically in the spiritual sense urine it. I'm kind of out of it. You know i went through my stuff. And now i'm on the backside. The back nine of the spiritual journey which is amazing in and of itself but different from where you're at but i've been where you're at Not as scary not as dramatic. But i've been where you're at where i've been through all of those. You know seeing the signs in the synchronised cities and reading the books and all the books questioning everything in coming to new conclusions. And i landed on like a. Have you ever heard of the course in. Miracles are ecorse miracles. Like a course like the name of a book. Okay now i have worse in miracles. Anyway it's one of my favorites. Okay if you wanna ever stick your hat in a spiritual bucket. Let's keep that better. Let's one of the favorite things that that came out of that. Was you don't know what to do. You don't have to know what to do or say for a miracle to happen through you. You just have to show up and leave. It can happen right. So i for whatever reason i thought that was appropriate for you now because you know why no no but i think you do so appropriate. Because i'm dwyer a do it yourself. I'm a god give give me give me the course. Give me the roadmap. I will go up rail. The deliverance prayers casts at all the demons. I'll do whatever i have to do. God like give me on. I'm a. I'm a worker so i'm asked him for instruction and i've been doing it and doing it and doing it and you know what the other night i cried out to him and i put my daughter to sleep and she was cast out on so i cried out to him by her bedside as i was praying and i was just saying. Hey you know. Let me let me intercede more. Give me more to do. Show me more things. I can do in other words like the opry whatever prayers i have to pray all do whatever al sal a fast a sacrifice will do you let me intercede more. And i heard his voice and he said that's awesome. Ups man jeff fruitlessly locked by the snake the other day and didn't see it but i heard his voice any said my child rest. Rest my child. My child rest rest my child. And that's what. I told you when my friend on the facebook group because i saw a chapter later had said nineteen minutes ago..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on On The Media

"Shooting stopped. Everything got quiet after the police arrived. They escorted selena and the others out told them. Keep your eyes on the deputy in front of you. Do not look around. Nineteen minutes after the shooting started. The cops finally found the gunman and arrested him. He'd been hiding under a desk in the middle of the newsroom..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"From two goals to win the game but secondly the way they played through the nineteen minutes no wobble for five minutes but let's will get a big picture if they can go and possible waited. Certainly they want to be taken the cianci's and make the game more comfortable. But if you want to go watch a game football you want to see a team play late. So we'll hope that dwell on the fact that they lost those two goals dwell on the fact that created a lot cianci's And if they can stop taking those cianci's then it'll be comfortable in the end for them who impression take for free and vinyl them. I thought their own at at solid game but it was. I think when when when the ball analyzes the game and they look back at bucket overnight and tomorrow morning when analyze the game i think they bury that five minute spell it they are. I think they try and say well look at the start of the game. Seven shot inside ten minutes ago. Ukrainian goalkeeper was pulled up saves left right and center and they could easily being four or five or thought to buy some nice touches as well look a threat when they go forward. I think that causes the top sent a four way. You're warm through the the in your box. You tell them not to come short not to go out wide. Stay in the box when we get y cross. Zinc is a very good header of the ball physically very strong individuals. Some really good performances. Imagine how much full. If you'll julianne laurent right now. Who just to get rid of the ball thing no way them imagine. Oh joe's how disappointed where you got that.

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on NakedChats

NakedChats

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on NakedChats

"Signs of messing with everyone and cannot work with the group program. Do you teach that live. Or is there a prerecorded element. How how do you that greg question it is live and that was also i think quite a unique selling point. I find this logo. Self-directed were online. And i'm not sure about you. But if i do myself on my own i go gather round and then you just never really get it done whereas you have this sense of accountability and it's your protected time every single week end. That's what i love about the program people. Show up at like yeah. This is my time. I get to share my stories and just think about my experiences and so yes it is run live once a week and we all we shed that i so. We divided into delivering the information or the theme of the week and then having discussions and questions and sharing experiences as well as you breakout sessions. Are we talked about lived experience. Talk about a hard worker challenges from the way cans yet is just a really great place where we will. We have developed over time. And we have. We have ashley from the group program. As long as it has evolved a lot about because we deliver livenation the long side the community conversation. It does need to be longer than an hour suv. We've now extended the sessions to seventy five to nineteen minutes a session and that has just space for deep conversation snowflake cop people more meaningful and i think what i like about the life partner because i've recently To make that decision as to how to structure michael because that's launching in a couple of weeks And i went live lessons as well for that. For that reason being held ability bhakta is big also the fade back especially in the elevator of a group pergram because sometimes people will ask questions that you just would never have thought to even have it yet. So it's a great opportunity. Ids to shape the course around the needs of your community. And sometimes that's not something that you can predict. I suppose exactly and then he refined the the program as you go along..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on First Things First

"Radio. Show the couple last night and former nba player and they also in a situation like this with the groin. A lot of times. The doctor's gonna ask you how you feeling are you. Do you think you can go because this is you know it's not like you got a torn ligament or something like that where the doctors just like. You can't play. And so i almost feel like. Ad was almost getting a scapegoat. Like if i don't play don't blame me. Don't say. I'm not a warrior. Don't say old that's typical. He's never healthy. So i'm just reading into that but i think there's some truth there Look you guys are right brandon nick. I picked the lakers to get out of the west before the playoffs started but it always was contingent on the brown and anthony davis being. Hello i'm not gonna destroy nick. If villa delgada get out of the east and they joel embiid out the rest of the place. I mean i will destroy him that much. I'll i'll use that in the equation. Right out factor that in but injuries all bets are off so with. I think tonight. The son's close out the lakers. I don't necessarily expect. Anthony davis to play so without anthony davis. I definitely think phoenix beats them with anthony davis even if he plays. I don't think he's going to be able to be effective because obviously the groin is a problem but remember before he injured his groin. He was dealing with the knee injury and it was questionable for game four and he wasn't effective before groin. Injury was to for nine six points in nineteen minutes so even if they can play. I don't think he'll be able to be very effective. And i don't think play long and i think at this point in his career i don't think bronco just carry a bunch of role players. Some of whom aren't even playing like dinner. Schreuder gives them a goose egg. I don't think he can carry them over a team where three to four best players without a are on the other team chris. I'm absolutely going to destroy you. I hear what you're saying if philly disney getting crushed nick no no let me tell you gonna destroy you because all year. I've been saying you can't count on a right before the series starring. I said i'm going with the sons. Because you can't count on a d you chose to go out there and pick these boys. You chose to believe in a d. He's been unhealthy all year. He's been inconsistent all year. So yes absolutely going to destroy you. I'm gonna destroy nick and anybody else who went out there and pick this team. They weren't a great dane down the stretch. We know that so. Who wins tonight. The suns win because you don't have a d. and then you have lebron. I do think. Lebron james is going to be on fire. Do think he's gonna play big but this son's team they're young. They're fiery innate. Their home greeting wanted to get it done. They're a good team reason. Why the number to see Headed into this and this playoffs nick. So i'm going with the sons of course to close out this series brandon. When you're going through the list of people to destroy for picking the lakers beat the suns. Make sure you include brandon marshall from monday morning because once the son of the lakers last series midway through the snow then happened. It happened brandon. We say bruce hard is allowed to save his visit out granted. You gave us the sec into the series eighty nine minutes and nineteen seconds. Left in the golden lakers later. Yeah so make yourself look lido brain. You're not going to have to destroy any of us because the lakers are going to win tonight. And that obviously wilds is actually bad. News for me the lakers winning tonight. Because i'm not a lakers fan. I'm a lebron fan and winning. Tonight is the worst thing that can happen to lebron. Because what do we know. We know that first round exit. Don't count against you but finals losses do so by winning tonight. You're still eligible for first for finals law. So that's no good and we also know that being the greatest player ever is not actually about being the greatest player ever it. Who is the most similar to jordan and one place. That jordan has lebron just cooked is first round loss. He's got three of them. Lebron's got none so by winning tonight. Lebron not gonna have the opportunity to get to one. And it's like wall. If i do it two more times than i've eaten michael but the lakers aren't gonna lose. There's a very simple. Here's when when series three to wilde's there's three questions you should ask yourself and if the answer to all three is the same then picking the series is very simple. And there's some divergence than you've gotta think on it first. Question is who is up in the series second question is who is the home team in game six and the third question is who do you trust more in a game. Seven so for example clippers maps the mavs of the answer for all three. The mavs are up in the series. The mavs are home game six and at least for me the mavs at a team you trust won a game seven. That is a very easy series to pick denver portland a little more complicated denver's up in the series but portland team in game six. And who do you trust warning game seven. I don't know we've seen both these teams when a game seven. We saw portland win a game seven in denver who saw denver when a couple of games last year. So it's a bit of a coin. Flip this series. Who's up in the series phoenix. Who's at home in game. Six the lakers. Who do you trust. More in a game seven will that is obvious. The team with lebron and being down three two wild historically is really really bad for every team except for teams with lebron james on them and we can show you those numbers over the last decade. Just real quick. And then i'll throw it wild. Can we show that full screen nine over the last decade eight and one down three two in the playoffs. One four those series. The one he didn't win was the twenty fifteen finals for second best player. Was mas gov. He's scored thirty points in every single one of those games wilde's except for one the one where he didn't score thirty was a game seven of the finals where he hit a triple double in the greatest defensive. Play in the history of the league to beat the seventy three more warriors. So i'm going to go with lebron tonight wild and then we have a game seven which means let's be honest. Both teams are facing elimination. Tonight the lakers are facing elimination. And the sandra facing elimination. Because you can't meet lebron in the game seven. Quick question for you buddy. When you were sort of laying out that argument we you trying to convince me brandon jennings america or were you trying to convince yourself because as soon as you start talking about jordan legacy and first round exits. Uh-huh nicholas nervous. Because sometimes we ask. Is nick nervous about. And he's like. I'm not nervous and to the point where in the morning meetings or like you know what. Stop asking the question. Because he's going to say he's not nervous he's always going to say he's not nervous but when you start hearing about once we start hearing about jordan talk. That's when you get nervous in all your stats. And they were very impressive. That lebron doesn't back to back games in the first round and that happened to them to you. Keep nick quiet for a second and third. just couldn't take them off the screen pushing a lot. There we go okay. Here's the thing. I'm worried about this. Game's going to be over in the first ten minutes if the sun's come out in the championship. Dna sword cuts both ways. We were talking about championship. Dna they know what it takes. Here's the thing you know what it takes so you might know if you don't have what it takes and lebron's not in zero dark thirty mode lebron's out there tweeting about awards that his tequila one he. I'm not sure that when lebron looks down the road and says You know what we don't have what it takes. We don't have an if the sun's come out fast and early. I think the lakers could be. That could just give it up a little bit. That's my prediction. I ten minutes. I don't think lebron will throw in the towel. I think he'll go down swinging but the rest of the guys just aren't that good and nick can bring up all the game sevens and all that in lebron is certainly been tremendous in elimination games. But what he didn't bring up. Was this guy named the father. Time i am. i'm not saying time is tackling. He hasn't tackled but he's not going the door and he's walked in. He's in the house now. And it's evident look. Brian has been aggressive in. Lebron has been aggressive for two quarters. This series all right the gay the third quarter and what was that game three when they look like they took control of the series he was going to the whole taking jae crowder at will i loved it but remember the first half he was passive and then he's been aggressive in the first quarter of game five but wasn't delivery. He settled for the three and access sign of aging jordan. Colby they all shot far more jump shots as they got older forty. Three percent of lebron's field goal tips in this series have been three pointers. Lebron steph curry is not a great three point shooter. He's a streaky one but he continues to put up the three because father or time is tapping him on his shoulder. Get hadn't tackled him. This doesn't mean lebron with other great players can't win a championship. But he's not about to just put everybody on his back and go forty five and fifteen like you did in boston or fifty one eight eight like he didn't golden state. Yeah listen. i'm not ready to go there. chris. I mean father. Time is is on everybody's back but you know. Look at this season. Lebron james dealt with a big injury. That's why he's not there look what he was doing before you know he went down. He can still impact the game in a major way. Whether it's shooting hell he was suiting. You know like ray allen this year so he can still impact the game. We saw michael jordan developed that fadeaway side and jumper and that extended his career. You always have to evolve as an athlete definitely on the basketball court. But can we put the the lebron james archivists the analysts the chronicler lebron historian on the screen at the following. Like it sounds like you're hit. It sounds like you're hitching your bed. That's what it sounds like. It sounds like you're trying to get ahead of the firestorm the story. That's going to come after. Tonight's game when they lose you're talking about all brawn james. He's never lost here. So this is a good thing for all these things that you're saying. Are you a heads in your bit. Okay brandon. i know. I'm the boo biggest gambler on the show. But you dabble. You should know enough about hedging bets that it is quite literally even when it has been in my interest. Something i've never done if there was ever an opportunity to hedge the bet. I would have taken a page out of the brandon marshall book and said injury now my pixel britain could have done. It could have done it. Davis hurt now my pixel. I'm not hedging my bet but to andrew point and your it is not fear or nervousness earnings zaidi that you are hearing in my voice. It is vitriolic anger. Because i saw my buddy. I have to go on every show yesterday other than this one and preemptively defend the bronze legacy because those are the questions being asked what would of first round loss due to his legacy. And i think kitties and i don't use this word lightly and offensive question. They wanted to ask it on this show and mixed it. Because it's ludicrous. i. I know it's coming at some point. We're going to find a way to win the title again. So there it's anger. You're hearing jenna not fear anger. Let's bring that anger down just a little bit just for a second hand out some nba playoff metals. So just just chill lacks trae young to his old tricks on broadway last night. Thirty six points in game five took a bow for the garden crowd. It just missed out on a medal from nick. Nick you good budding. Because i need you to tell me who made your mental stan do it very quickly because we don't running out of time. Ben simmons top twenty five player in the league acted like last night. Nineteen ten eleven getting his team. Maybe a little bit arrests through joy. Ll bean meniscus can get better. He gets lebron's as they move on. Silver donovan mitchell. Bruce are brought up a good point. I hadn't thought of donald. Mitchell is not lost in these playoffs. His team did but that's when he wasn't allowed to play thirty six and ten in a dominant win over the grizzlies and the gold medal. I thought about giving luca the bronze for his second quarter the silver. I third quarter and the gold. I first quarter. They told me. I'm not allowed so he just gets one. Gold forty eight and fourteen for the best player in the playoffs. Thus far luka doncic there your metals jennifer last night in the nba. well done. Well deserved that to made it. But kevin wild tells who just missed the cut called veteran savvy from dwight howard gets fouled ends up putting the ball through the rope. He wants to count. Count that count that that's an account rep little abuse like not actually got go in the other way but you know what the shot wait. Our no penalty for trying so just missing.

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Your ear. Here knows everybody. I talk to my no. I talked to my sources. Like i figure out what i want a rate based on what people i know and trust are talking about it. That's no different than the mainstream media. I mean sure every now and then you're gonna find a story where they're usually stories you're scientists so meaning people follow certain people. Okay if this man had millions of people tens of millions of followers but that's a fraction of the number of people even that voted for him. So it's not a it's not even a majority of the he seventy five million votes. He only had ten million followers. So let's say he were to get just ten percent of those followers going to his website. Why why couldn't he get. He didn't percent didn't even get ten percent. Why would that not 'cause 'cause well this is the bay we're having stacey says. That news covers stuff because people are talking about it. It's my opinion that stacey would just look at a story. You know you get a press. Release something go. I should write about this. Because i know people be interested. Yeah but what do super fans right. People are super fans they love. This person named love whatever celebrity they follow. What have you in. I would assume that they're gonna go wherever they're going to go. Because there are super fans that exist out there and it just seems. I just seems weird. That people can't seem to just go to websites. I'm hearing that from. You know just like you said a minute ago is not just trump says. Everybody's website have you ever tried to go to a website on your phone. Yeah i do. And there's a big pain in the ass isn't it. Yeah yeah nobody wants to enter it like type in an address like we go to websites fully because there was a link coming in from somewhere else. But i'm not gonna. How often do you like your browser and type in from the. Oh i worry screwed it up no one. I do that on occasion. But i'm the weirdo to has tabs right now. But that's what's changed. That's what's changed it. When it was on. The desktop was easy was commonplace. But i'm opinion effect. It's interesting because i've been thinking about this lately. That webs with the web pages are almost dying out there. Dad seems like they are and that's thanks to mobile in my opinion. Who don't get me wrong. I'm gonna continue to put things on my website. Just because i i like the signal but i know that there's a lot more engagement elsewhere for me and my brand. That's mobile web. Apps mattered to is that it would. It would be an an irregular washing post basically go into web version. But i think it's the app and i can get to it because the app and i and i have the app and people download their donald trump. You know hairball to go there. All the time did now. They didn't know how to get there. They went use. I just use my bookmarks on us. Well when i was using duck go. It was a little harder to go to website. I i guess. I only go to a few website. I don't have any. I don't tell the app just go to websites. But i don't. I don't download the news. Anybody have faced any of you have facebook. yes has donald. Trump's of facebook account marine stated. I believe it hells no no. They haven't announced it yet. Check it just to see okay. Hold on because. I don't have face a love them. I love that. Nobody on the show. Facebook facebook's i have to be the one to mike mike. He'll go let mikey kiko. Mikey likes everything. That was one of my tabs right now. My mobile broad is it. I can't read it when twit community. Oh yeah i go there. I go i go to. I go to my mobile browser in certain websites all the time again. I guess. I'm you know what i did on that. You're on android. Because what i did on. That is on on the iphone. I just made it an icon so i just hit the aca do that too if i wanted to. Yeah that way at the last post january six. Yes but is the account active. Well that has been there. Yeah he can't posted it. Yeah i'm just looking at tweet. This is the last post which is that. On trump's now reinstated county was ever taken down fully in that sense. Don't this was the it didn't they punt. I thought the oversight committee punted will. Yes they did but the question is when facebook took it down. What are they take down now. I'm not sure. I thought they left it up and he couldn't couldn't post but this is the day that facebook is making the announcement. I'm just that's why i'm curious. Or is it today. When they have six months to the oversight board there was a rumor. They're going to be an announcement but i haven't. I tend to get press releases from them about things. Okay let's just curious. I wouldn't wanna miss that huge story. Do seven thirty one because jeff made us leave at seven. Thirty vendors story happened I have no idea what he's talking about folks. Let's take really quick break. So that jeff can leave at seven thirty one. I guess Thirty actually seven thirty okay. So that means. I have one hour. Nineteen minutes left of you. And then you're gonna be but you can go on to marry him tonight. I want just tonight.

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Office Ladies

"Guys. I texted phyllis about it. Yeah we know she said. Oh maybe that was. When david freese and matt holliday came to visit and i was like no. They haven't come to visit yet. All tell you guys that story later now as long as you ain't were so excited. And i know they hadn't visited yet because ellie was with us when they visited So phyllis and i went back and forth. And she's like. I didn't bring it in. She said i don't know who put it there. I didn't put it there philistine. Put it there. We don't know who put it there. We'll justin. i'm sorry. I'm gonna try to get to the bottom of it. You know answer pending. Yeah jim has a talking head. That dwight hasn't stopped working for a second. He even sneezed with his eyes. Open which jim was like. I didn't know that was possible. Because he peed in a sodas auto bottle. He peed under his desk. I mean he is not going to waste any time. I had to know if you can sneeze with your eyes open you. can't you can what. Yeah mythbusters did a whole story on mythbusters. I watched it late last night. When i suddenly had to know we both went onto random tangents. Just wait for mine is yours about the average amount of time. Someone has sex. Because i went on that tangent. Okay because there is all of a sudden. Dwight does not wasting time not wasting time and then he comes back and jim is like nineteen minutes and forty eight seconds. What we up to and is like none of your business. Basically and then it cuts to angela martin buttoning her blouse did you read the research on business insider. I read several articles at midnight last night. Mitch our searches. Oh my god leader. Search history first of all the one research i read about was fascinating because they gave five hundred couples. Yes stop watches. It is as awkward as it sounds. They had to hit. Start 'em stop. I don't know how we talk about this. I don't maybe parents if you're listening with your kids earmuffs for thirty seconds earmuffs yet they had to record their sex time over a four week period. Yeah and they had to press. Start on the stop. Watch at the moment of penetration up. I we read the same article. Oh god what i found. Amazing is the range was from thirty three seconds to forty four minutes. Yeah that's a huge huge variation it is and then what was really interesting to me. Was i read this whole article by a sex therapist. Who after doing a bunch of research broke down the ideal amount of penetration time in a sex act. I read this is insane. I told all last night. Everything i'd read he's like. How are you sharing miss on office. Ladies i was like. I don't know but i found it so fascinating. I know so what she found was that in serving the person being penetrated that their ideal amount of penetration time in sex was anywhere from five to eleven minutes but all of sex. They all wanted more than just penetration So she deemed that like the ideal amount of sex encompassing more than just that moment would be around nineteen minutes and that it should consist of ten minutes of four play and nine minutes of actual intercourse that she felt. This was the bullseye after all of her research. Okay well something i discovered in my research is that of these. Five hundred couples surveyed. The average time was five point four minutes and this was true continents. I mean literally. It's a global thing and this got me to thinking. Nineteen minutes and forty eight seconds. Yeah i did the math. I think it took them six minutes to get down to the warehouse. Six minutes to walk down a set of stairs or take the elevator..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Nineteen minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show joining me. Now mark johnson the voice of the colorado buffaloes mark we talk a lot of buffs but sometimes we venture out and we talk about different sports Right before i'm starting the show. I'm seeing the broncos just traded for teddy bridgewater for basically a washing machine. So george peyton is doing some big things for denver. Well i i tell you what there were. Signs of what. George peyton was capable of what he was with the minnesota vikings and what they did internally with that franchise for years. I grew up course to of being a vikings fan growing up in the upper midwest. And and they they built a solid franchise. That's competitive every single year and so I i like what i'm saying. You know i don't. I don't think he's come charging out of the gate just swinging like crazy looking for every move to make possible. He's looking for the smart move and i. I think this is fantastic. Move now what does that mean for. Drew lock it got to be interesting. What does that mean. Never pick in the draft of the first round. That'll be interesting to see. And and so. I think it's a very good move. Denver broncos you bring in a guy that has played a very good football He's a physical guy. He's a patron guy. And self. I i like it. I i was when i saw it. I was so quite blazed bridgewater. I mean the knock only the only real knock is is injuries and sometimes that takes hold of guys but he was able to play fifteen games last season. This is going to make it interesting. The draft tomorrow mark. I was already like it's must see tv. This is one of the more interesting drafts that we've seen in a while. But now for the broncos thanks just got a little more interesting to see what they do with that number nine spot. Are they going with quarterback. Well you do wonder bringing your guy like bridgewater. Who is you know. Maybe you look at him as a bridge guy right that that maybe for the next couple of years if they do take a guy to get a guy like justin fields i think it'd be outstanding. you get an opportunity for him to learn for a couple of years from a veteran guy like like bridgewater who's played some very high level football and so yeah. I think this is really interesting. And the more. I i still knows the votes around minnesota vikings franchise and so when he got this job. I asked a couple of friends about him and what they spoke glowingly about him and he hasn't done anything up to this point..

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Durant's perfect return fuels Nets' 139-111 rout of Pelicans

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Durant's perfect return fuels Nets' 139-111 rout of Pelicans

"The next scored forty three second quarter points and went on to question one is one thirty nine to one eleven after missing twenty three games with a hamstring strain Kevin Durant returned he came off the nets bench and scored seventeen points on five of five shooting with seven rebounds in nineteen minutes I expect the call I have played well played I wasn't trying to ease into the game I just wanted to go out there and got right into the action I mean the game was already fast pace already so watching from the bench and know exactly how neat approach it Brooklyn had seven players in double figures paced by carrier ring what twenty four the nets improved to thirty six and sixteen they've won nine straight at home Eric Bledsoe had twenty six for the pelicans who fell to twenty two and twenty nine Mike make you so New York

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"No there's no fair weather fans in cleveland browns are. There's no fairweather. No no it wouldn't be leaving a game no matter how bad they be one thousand two wildcard. Remember this one of the only playoff games on this list your steelers endings. Thirty six thirty three down. Twenty four seven comeback twenty nine points nineteen minutes in the game. The browns are up twenty four seven with gord in the third quarter as tough. It's one of those early. Two thousands playoff gains fields. all muddy. everyone says browns-steelers smash mouth. They just they were up. Led the whole game and chris format to ma five hundred and twenty seven yard scrimmage no touchdowns in the regular season in the whole season. Last fullback is one bad foul. He had he has more apostrophes in his last name than he had touchdowns on the season. He has more than one pasta. Yeah that's what i'm saying. And then he's the one that's going to score the touchdown and then ran tom and l. frozen two point conversion to see what's neutral browse never even snuff unbelievable whole contra for like four hundred yards in that game though he did and they some tom. There's a bunch of chipping before the before the game started as well is just. It was just tough especially the playoffs. You know it makes it so much. Yeah i mean because some of these are big blowouts. Some of them are are like will. So which would you say is worse getting blown out. Even if it's at home on monday night or europe big and you you lose in comeback fashion like a twenty eight to three. Yeah i think you lose big. You know because that's worse it's all sort of blend together eventually and it's really painful losses that stick with you right. Yeah okay. that's what i'm saying. Yeah and especially. I think it adds more to when it's the playoff game as well off the playoffs either. Both of those are worse than the playoffs are worse in both of those. You know just in general. Because i don't think this'll be a top ten loss if if it was in the playoffs. It's just another. They lost nineteen the loss of twenty four seven lead. It's worse their next game on the list. Two thousand one week. Eight chicago bears in overtime. Twenty seven twenty one. I remember this game up. Twenty one seven one minute to play air score thirty seconds left recovered the onside kick sensing trend here and then convert a thirty four yard. Hail mary as time expires title. Game tight right but it gets worse like so. Let's put this senator perspective. You're leading twenty one seven with a minute to play sixty seconds and you're.

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Man, like like free stuff for some of these bars. It used to be over. Would you trade would you trade for German now? It's just like yeah, except Drummond. You're one of the top teams that you know on that list, you know, so so that's a good thing, you know, cuz some of these bio candidates they're coming from teams that have a record. That's not that far off from where the Celtics fan right now. So I'm like this is a unique case for on playing and drumming because you can obviously put himself out there a deep playoff run or at least someone that seemed like the stuff they will say Hey listen with you need to calm down without you, you know, maybe not so you could sell them on that for sure. I think he's buying that stock because he's taken himself. Yeah. Okay, I can go to Charlotte, you know, maybe get similar exposure or maybe a little bit more of that but then how far they going to go in the postseason. So, you know, it's a very it's a good thing for sure. It's a very thin line cuz the people that hate him have good reason to and I was one of those people at the money he was a bath Because he was just a disaster at twenty-eight million. He wasn't anywhere close to being worth that now as a minimum guy. It's the other end of the spectrum. He's probably a little bit underrated in that sense defensively. He was a big part of making the money is one of the best defenses in the league decided this year. It's it's a free like All-Star caliber player. I mean like you can't argue against it the fear that everybody has faith is what will Brad do and again demonstrate that kind of stuff and afterwards the chemistry factor and it's the the the suppression of Rob. Who is your third best player? Okay. I don't care what you want to say. He's your third best player right now read through the trickiness. Actually your third best player overall. So you have to put you cannot you can't go back and going to rob into eighteen Nineteen Minutes and Tristan for eighteen twenty and drumming for twenty..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Almost i think in the in the minds of many executives certainly. There's this feeling that you can almost get a competitive advantage by attending something like this because you can do things faster you can get to the front of the conversational q. By being that you've got far less competition taking the risk reward later potentially but it's game stop. It's it's it's game stunk but with attendees at a conference People are taking that risk. All right well. I would be willing to bet a very small synthetic hand That it will all go well and it will only take nineteen minutes to print it. Thank to scientists at the university of buffalo who have developed a technique for printing organs. That is ten to fifty times fifty not fifteen ten to fifty times faster than current methods the process cures hydro gels as they are printed. So that you don't have to stop down and cure it. Lets you do nonstop. Growth of the thing. You're printing of course right now that the system does have some limits. It can only do centimeter sized models those models do include bilton blood vessel networks and everything you would need in an artificial organ It's just really small. Very small synthetic hand would normally take six hours to print. This can do it in nineteen minutes. Scientists of course need to scale this up to make it useful but if they could hospitals could use it when organ donations are unavailable for transplants. Because it would print in a reasonable amount of time having. Let's get to the point where this is. This is practical. You know if. I need a kidney. Or you know any sort of organs where i mean even something. That's not life threatening like the breast implants. I mean the possibilities are endless. Once it gets to the point where this is something that people can use safely and effectively. I wonder as well with things like face transplant. Skin graft situations like that where it doesn't need to be a complete limit just needs to be a hot but you need to lower the risk that the body will reject tissues Vote for whatever reason we've seen that happen I do think that there are going to be applications for something like this As well and possibly yeah. This is separate to this story. But i also wonder whether we'll see this with Red blood type. You know people that need emergency blood transfusions. Very rare blood types. It can often be very difficult to get blood as quickly as someone needs particularly. They have an incredibly Uncommon blood type Olsen other blood condition. maybe technologies. Like this has the trickle down effects no pun intended with the bloods You know what i mean. It has knock on the well. What else can we apply this to. Yeah you want to know our arterial surge of innovation. To come out of this ex-. I can think of so many jokes at the moment and all of them incredibly appropriate. Yeah they're all in the same vein so we should probably avoid okay. This is why i get so..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Almost i think in the in the minds of many executives certainly. There's this feeling that you can almost get a competitive advantage by attending something like this because you can do things faster you can get to the front of the conversational q. By being that you've got far less competition taking the risk reward later potentially but it's game stop. It's it's it's game stunk but with attendees at a conference People are taking that risk. All right well. I would be willing to bet a very small synthetic hand That it will all go well and it will only take nineteen minutes to print it. Thank to scientists at the university of buffalo who have developed a technique for printing organs. That is ten to fifty times fifty not fifteen ten to fifty times faster than current methods the process cures hydro gels as they are printed. So that you don't have to stop down and cure it. Lets you do nonstop. Growth of the thing. You're printing course right now that the system does have some limits it can only do centimeter sized models those models do include bilton blood vessel networks and everything you would need in an artificial organ It's just really small. Very small synthetic hand would normally take six hours to print. This can do it in nineteen minutes. Scientists of course need to scale this up to make it useful but if they could hospitals could use it when organ donations are unavailable for transplants. Because it would print in a reasonable amount of time having. Let's get to the point where this is. This is practical. You know if. I need a kidney. Or you know any sort of organs where i mean even something. That's not life threatening like the breast implants. I mean the possibilities are endless. Once it gets to the point where this is something that people can use safely and effectively as well with things like face transplant. Skin graft situations like that where it doesn't need to be a complete limit. Just needs to be a hot but you need to lower the risk that the body will reject tissues Vote for whatever reason we've seen that happen I do think that there are going to be applications for something like this As well and possibly yeah. This is separate to this story. But i also wonder whether we'll see this with Red blood type. You know people that need emergency blood transfusions. Very rare blood types. It can often be very difficult to get blood as quickly as someone needs particularly. They have an incredibly Uncommon blood type Olsen other blood condition. maybe technologies. Like this has the trickle down effect no pun intended with the bloods You know what i mean. It has knock on the well. What else can we apply this to. Yeah you want to know our arterial surge of innovation to come out of this x. I can think of so many jokes at the moment and all of them incredibly appropriate. Yeah they're all in the same vein so we should probably avoid okay. This is why i get so..

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General: Pentagon hesitated on sending Guard to Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

General: Pentagon hesitated on sending Guard to Capitol riot

"In the latest round of finger pointing over the government's response to January's capital Ryan to the district of Columbia's National Guard commander says the Pentagon delayed sending help to the capital for hours Major General William Walker says he got a call that afternoon from the capitol police chief his voice cracking with emotion begging for the guard to help his officers fight back rioters Walker says he immediately asked the army for approval which eventually came about three hours in nineteen minutes later Walker told a Senate panel that was in sharp contrast to last spring when he received a near immediate approval for guard support amid civil unrest but that response was criticized for being heavy handed this time Walker says the Pentagon was worried about the optics of having uniformed troops at the capitol the army senior leaders did not think that it look good he says the delay cost precious time during which the guard could it help control the crowd Sager make ani Washington

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Updating The Numbers with eMarketer Co-Founder Geoff Ramsey

AdExchanger Talks

08:30 min | 2 years ago

Updating The Numbers with eMarketer Co-Founder Geoff Ramsey

"Am so pleased to have as my guest. Jeff ramsey the co founder of emarketer and chief evangelist for insider intelligence. Jeff is a veteran of the attic. She'd your stage and we are going to talk on this podcast about the numbers. You should be paying attention to in the year head and the stories behind those numbers but before we get into jets predictions for the rest of twenty twenty one. I wanted to talk about twenty twenty. We saw so much change because of the pandemic and i'm sure that wreaked havoc on your predictions. Jeff well Yeah twenty. Twenty is year a lot of people would like to forget but we can go back and revisit that certainly in a busy year for our forecasters are forecasters busy themselves with excel spreadsheets Calibrating and then recalibrating numbers at a dizzying pace based on new information. That's coming in and certainly during last year we saw a lot of changes particularly with the consumer and So then ensued a ton of revisions to our projections that would normally last for you know at least eight nine ten twelve fourteen months You know we we were. We were spinning our wheels so fast. It's a wonder we didn't come off the tracks Biggest places where you had to revise those numbers Assure i think the biggest area without doubt was the area of e-commerce and we're gonna get into that in a little bit but if if anybody in the audience is thinking to themselves e commerce you think about about that. We'll think about your activity over the last year. And if you haven't done more door dash or grubhub or i'm not going to the store and never mind that. There's you know a massive winter storm that we're now seeing people are jew. Were just afraid to go to malls all this data and statistics were talking about you. Know people were a lot of most people. Were taking this seriously and mask or not. It was more comfortable. Felt more safe to order from home Whether it be on your desktop laptop or your mobile device so i would say the biggest set of numbers are the biggest changes in our set of numbers were in the e commerce space space and where we netted out to give a kind of a tip of the hat to twenty twenty is ecommerce sales grew by something like thirty two percent in twenty twenty versus twenty nine thousand nine due to the lockdown measures in the fact that we are all self isolated and just to put that into perspective If you look at non ecommerce sales that's that's the that's the the that's like the rhinoceros compared to the flea of ecommerce right but if you look at total retail says we're talking somewhere in the order of almost six trillion dollars right if you look at ninety commerce sales. They slipped by negative Three point two percent in two thousand and twenty. They might grow again predicting grogan this year but it actually slipped by over three percent and yet total commerce. Total retail sales grew why because of e-commerce growing a significant thirty two percent. So we some people said that we have Grown e commerce On original predictions something. We've advanced something like two or three years ahead of where we would normally be an and the trains left attracts. The growth rate is gonna go way way down. It's going to continue to grow some bets. That's the biggest change that we've seen. Yes i can. I can validate that anecdotally. In terms of how much ivan purchasing on amazon as well is kind of a lot of new e commerce stores. I was trying out to get you know farm to table food delivery and that kind of thing personally but that that's where my taste lies and you know you're making me hungry. Zony sales are seeing so many sales are moving to online. It makes me wonder you know one. What does that mean for all these digital advertising companies that kind of our that point right before you hit by And as well as how much time people must be spending online consumers platforms before they go on to you now. Consumed their dinner via door dash. Sir you know what that's a really good place it to really dig into because you know if i were say a a number two area where forecasters had to continually busied themselves. With reaching recalibrating. Numbers was in the area of time spent so let me just puts in perspective on that because i think most of us realize having or locked in an apartment or a house we start to go a little bit stir crazy. So what do we look to. We looked to digital activities to you know suck up our time and so a couple of things with these since cove it. Americans have increased the time that they spend with all media cross online and offline by about an hour and five minutes a day. So it's over thirteen hours a day. We're spending with media now. I do need to put a little caveat there thirteen hours you might be thinking. Wow that's a lot of time. And that's that's half the twenty four hours you know that are in a day. But it includes double-counting for multitasking. 'cause i don't think there's any of us on the planet that don't were we're watching. Tv have another device in our hand. We're doing something else right. And because we never know in the second or nanoseconds time where attention is fleeting from one. St the other way that attention actually lies. We have to double count that figure. So if you're spending an hour watching tv and you're on your mobile phone that whole time we have to double count That that our so it becomes two hours if that makes any sense so we're spending an extra hour a day and almost all of that Ghosts to digital so just to give some perspective before cove it we were spending. This is pretty pretty significant amount. We're spending about half a little over half of our day. Six hours and forty nine minutes a day Doing digital stuff alive. It was mobile. was streaming but then we went from six hours forty nine minutes in two thousand nineteen the pandemic hits and we go up by a an hour and a minute to seven hours and fifty minutes a day with digital And we think that digital time is going to continue to increase by twenty twenty two. We'll be spending eight hours a day with digital which was a little frightening for maybe some parents as they think of their kids. Because this is on average and if you think of kids and teens and it's probably way more than eight hours day so as we net out digital time now counts for roughly sixty percent of adults a total daily time spent with media and another area within within digital of course streaming Were all streaming more and when you think of time spent with streaming whether you thinking connected. Tv's court cutting or cord nevers. That's my favorite. Group is like college students who never will never have paid for a traditional pay. Tv subscription. why would they win. Their parents are basically donating their netflix account to their kids And then you got. Ot subscription activities with netflix amazon prime. And so on so. These numbers really shot way past our original pre covid estimates and so where we netted out. Was it in twenty. Twenty one time spent with digital video will have risen by thirty three minutes or over half an hour per day and so now we're spinning If we're looking at digital video time said about two hours and nineteen minutes And that's up from an hour and forty six minutes and twenty nine thousand nine but just a quick reality check. And then i'll let you jump in here. Reality check is that you might be thinking with all this streaming and so on that people are spending on average more time with digital video than they are with linear tv. But that's not quite yet. The case are estimated that traditional. Tv whether you're watching broadcasts abc cbs. Or you're watching a cable. Channel or direct access is is sixty percent of the time we spend with. A video is with traditional tv

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"He wasn't a best. We knew what we were getting. He was an older guy and he he had a thirty goal season and then he had a really expected a lot more from him and mc than what they gave us a him ski definitely. That was from the bus for us. But okay so anyways back to this game so again. We barely heard his name on the ice tonight. And i didn't even think about it. Until until razor said something but pavelski is the only one with a multi point game tonight on the stars roster he and he ends the night with two. Is this kind of crazy. Considering the remember seeing here his name very much second. This is kinda. it's an empty net goal. That's true but still still he. He was he was there and he was also the primary system. Mclean berg goal so good on him and it looks like his ice time is not diminishing at all. He continues to lead the stars forward with nineteen minutes on ice. And then may have. You can handle it then. Why not like not to budge either. Like you remember what like mckinnon was doing against the playoffs. Mckinnon was mckinnon and they were losing and they were getting fresh. Beat us just given twenty seven minutes texts. Just context for nineteen is not too much really. I mean it's a lot but it's not crazy and another thing that did better in the face off circle so they still lost some key draws but they didn't lose as many as they did in the other game would have been really good. If it wasn't for gardner. Jason doubt justin dowling. They were atrocious. Both of them like red gardner. Thirteen percent. Dowling was one for four. You can kinda even fast. But he's a center like him and gardiner or centers. Like they're supposed to be able to do that and was not good. It was awful by both of them. I i saw that from gardner. And i almost couldn't believe it yet. One one for eight for gardner late night against type guys either. That's against their florida's fourth flying guys. I don't know why gardeners in their honestly he looked pretty bad the whole game. He'll play for eight minutes. And i noticed how bad he was.

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A new way to invest that doesn't involve buying stocks hyped on Reddit

Clark Howard Show

06:18 min | 2 years ago

A new way to invest that doesn't involve buying stocks hyped on Reddit

"So lately. All the buzz his been about well. Bitcoin and other crypto currencies. Bitcoin recently fifty thousand dollars a bitcoin and people who've been buying the stocks that are being touted on read it and it was all that mess that went on with Game stop and other stocks. That went up like rockets and then like rockets can do crash back down to earth and my son is in this investing group at school. He's fifteen and they're investing not real money but they all have their stock portfolios and wanna read you to texts from him from this morning. They're really funny. Is said in the last nineteen minutes. My stock portfolio dropped by six sixty. Then he texts me eight minutes later and these eh. then it went up by eight hundred dollars. And i the other night. When he was trapped. In the car with me i started boring. I'm trying to talk about how my philosophies investing work very differently than matt worrying about day trading and options and all. That was going to happen up to the minute and if you thought a father could be more irrelevant to sun then i was that minute you you couldn't be no interest in anything i was saying because to him. This is sport and that's what investing has been of late call. Investing is really speculating. And that's not my thing. I mean i'm the dulles person alive and i invest in a dull way because the ideas i wanna make money over time and so. That's why i get excited about really accessible. Investing opportunities for small investors did allow you to build reasonable wealth over time instead of trying to get the quick score and my son's a sharp kid hill. Eventually get it and will not that. It matters what you're buying and selling minute by minute. And by the way he's asked me if he can have a real investing account. Will you know you'd have to have what's called a custodial said yeah yeah where where you were the pretend owner but i'm the one doing the investing and i don't know what to do you know. Give them a couple of hundred dollars and let him play. And maybe learn the value of term investing. But you know it fifteen. What is long term. That's like three days from now. It's hard to explain a concept where you build wealth over time well do you know goldman sachs is goldman sachs is for rich people like crista. People was massive amounts of money. Who work with a personal financial manager. Who handles their money for them. That's right krista. That's what you do with your millions. Yeah no no okay. So there are. There are very wealthy people. That's what they do and goldman sachs has been doing some stuff lately that doesn't fit at all their historical pedigree They're the ones that issue the apple card for people that have the apple credit card and they have Savings accounts and all that kind of thing with no minimums will now. They've launched some cold. Marcus invest which allows people to use goldman sachs incredible financial analysis investment analysis till build robo investing portfolios for you using very low cost funds. And this is something you would ask somebody. Ten years ago if goldman sachs would ever being looking to provide investments an investment advice to everyday ordinary. People they'd say you're crazy. That will never happen. Well they're not doing what fidelity investments does where a dollar is enough to open an account many cases schwab one hundred dollars. They're doing what vanguard. Does you have to have a thousand bucks to open an account but once you have that thousand you can get advice that is tailored to your personal financial goals and outlook. The money can be and a retirement account or an investment account use what are known is exchange traded funds. Etf's and typically for the advice and the investments you pay roughly a third of a percent per year for them to handle your money. So i guess ten thousand dollars be thirty five bucks a year. Is that right. I think that's about right. three dollars. Fifty cents on a thousand. I think that's right so this is an opportunity for you to do. Investing through the nation's big boys big money houses and their whole business plan is pretty similar to what you'd have if you were with Betterment or wealth front that really started this whole investing idea. And i'm sure neither of them are very happy the goldman sachs through. Marcus invest is playing in their ballpark.

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Pantheon

"End. Polio still ruled the roost. Though as far singles are concerned at this talk. These guys add to avoid that shit garage. Carey's fantasy zoo keeps coming up. I would like to listen to that. We're going to look at her back in the day. God damn to ninety five mile. i can't you maximize job beautiful. Oh yeah that that phase okay and up at my favorite. Not my favorite mariah. But honestly if i may. I don't know for sure but i'm kind of into real old school. Like debut mariah carey the natural curly hair Real subtle pretty look. I liked that as married with tommy mottola. She eventually got with. Tommy mottola dead infection. A chapter of accident away this sure. Don't it's terrible though. Go look up then infection. That original album like vision of love Mariah carey my shit i. Sometimes i think i think toni. Braxton is terribly underrated. And when i think of that era toni. Braxton came out literally for years. After that when i think of voices like there's only a couple of songs that made me feel something. Visual love was like that that use bumps and on break my heart. What was the one. I'm putting my heart by toni. Braxton into a tizzy. there's something about that song so sincere you know. What was the other america or on. Utah someday zombies. That was the original. Big vision of love was first but it didn't really catch fire someday. Was kind of a big hit for her. I think she'd do us only thirty bastard. Yeah i believe a she got. She got jay on a song. Jay z on a jam or to coming into the final track. Here number. Thirteen transcending is seventeen minutes long. Nineteen minutes it says. A lot of bands will do that..

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Brown scores 33, leads Celtics to 141-103 win over Cavs

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Brown scores 33, leads Celtics to 141-103 win over Cavs

"This Celtics ended their three game skid as Jaylen brown furnish twenty of his thirty three points in the third quarter of the one forty one one oh three thrashing of the Cavaliers brown did his work in just nineteen minutes of playing time we need to where we lost three in a row so all good games I thought that we could definitely one and today yeah back on our home floor we want to make sure that we came out and played with great energy and we did Kemba Walker added twenty one points and Daniel tries had seventeen for the Celtics who carried a seventy three fifty one edge into halftime behind Marcus March ten point to brown's nine the Celtics shot sixty percent in leading thirty eight twenty one after one quarter Collin Sexton led the cats with just thirteen points as Cleveland ended a three game winning streak I'm Dave very

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"Yeah another thing that we talked about in the podcast. A few days ago that came to fruition. We're talking about what's roper. Hits going to be like. Is he a goal score. Or is he a playmaker to helpers. There's your answer at least for a game. Seems like he's going to be the playmaker of the line in greece gonna score goals all right. Well let's look at ice time. 'cause we we made a big deal about that and we'll see hints eighteen minutes time on ice. I think that's the most of any forward other than pill pilsudski right. Nineteen minutes thirty nine seconds told time on ice hints. Eighteen minutes fourteen seconds. Yep good yeah finally. Yeah play the guy and he he he he gets assists seems to be working. Well it i mean it in fourteen minutes as well and bonuses defense that lasts power play goal. Who was out there. Here's kiviranta robertson. And we were just kind of. We were kind of laughing about it. On dischord we were saying like Bonuses like calling out. Hey who play the power play and then we talked about. Hey let's put the three defensemen. Who are the most active offensively on line together and see what happens. Just throw s And miro and john together and let's see what happens yet. I mean that was another good thing about this game. We got to see a lot of the younger guys. Like we saw dil- andrea fifteen minutes pretty good for that substantial that a substantial well and here's the other thing that's awesome about this team and the way that the team works is there. They don't rely on three lines like their fourth line is a legit line like they. They play they just like get like six or seven minutes time on ice which is what some teams do the stars role four lines a game. That's just way bonus does and it works for the way they to why we're so good in the playoffs to we wear teams down like the avalanche. That's what i talked about all series. We were worried the first three games it looked like we were being outplayed. And i just said just wait. We're gonna wear him down. We're gonna wear him down and we totally did in we got. We got him so the team is just still built. Great obviously we're not gonna win every single game seven. Nothing problems going to come up later but right now this is this is the way the team..

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Not believe. Learn to launching about our system of government over the last four years with A president who disdains democracy and as you have said numerous times has other agendas what they all are. I don't think we at no. I hope historically we will find out who he's beholden to. Who pulls his strings. I would love to see his phone records to see whether he was talking to putin the day that the insurgents invaded our capital. But we now know that not just him but his enablers his accomplices. His cult members have the same disregard for democracy. You think we need a a nine eleven type commission to investigate and report everything that they can pull together and explain what happened. I do Again to your point of who see beholden to. What as i've said over and over as i said to him in that picture with my blue suit right as i was leaving what i was saying it was pointing brutally at him with you. Mr president all roads lead to putin. I don't know putin has on him politically financially. A personally but what happened. Last week was a gift to putin. Wants to undermine democracy in our country and throughout the world and these people unbeknownst to them maybe are putin puppets. They were doing. Putin's business when they did that at the incitement of an insurrection by the president of the united states so yes we should have nine. Eleven commission and there is strong support in the congress to do that. This is the beginning of is. This is the beginning of attacking you. They're going to attack you just so you know They're gonna attack your pastor. They're going to church. They're gonna attack your religious beliefs. They're going to attack your business. They're gonna attack your right to self determination they're going to attack your right to freedom of thought that's what they're going to do and the reason that these guys it was nineteen minutes nineteen minutes into donald trump's first administration. I say i because there will be a second. It was nineteen minutes into the first administration when they started talking about impeachment and the reason is because donald trump's at that nancy pelosi says she doesn't understand she does understand it. Donald trump's agenda is the american people's agenda. You represents an existential threat.

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"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen minutes" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Are bad we conservatives have this all along perhaps if democrats had not weaponized intelligence agencies to spy on trump's campaign perhaps if they had not used the clinton button paid for phony steele dossier to undermine the legitimacy of president trump's presidency and accuse him of being putin's puppet of colluding with russia to rig the two thousand sixteen election perhaps that they had not hobbled his administration with the pointless three-year muller investigation will then doesn't it stand to reason the perhaps more trump voters would have been a lot more willing to accept the legitimacy of president elect joe biden's election his victory perhaps if democrats had not already launched a spiteful partisan impeachment last year their efforts to highlight the president shortcomings have fallen on fewer deaf ears. This time as republican representative. Jim jordan of ohio said it took just nineteen minutes. Nineteen minutes into trump's nascent presidency for the washington post to trumpet campaign to impeach. President trump has begun. Jordan went on to say on wednesday and now that the president just has one week left in office. There's still trying and in the house. They succeeded perhaps. The dams had reflected on their own culpability in the attempted. Assassination of republican representative steve scalise of louisiana bio bernie sanders supported their sanctimonious lectures wednesday would be more credible. Scalise himself said on wednesday. I've seen the evil a political violence firsthand and it needs to stop but all of us need to be unequivocal calling it out when we see it not just when it comes from the other side of the aisle perhaps if joe biden had not spent two years muscling up to trump with threats like i'd smack them in the mouth and take them out behind the gym and beat the hell out of them. Well biden's pitch for civility might be more palatable if not believable perhaps if many democrats had not spent the last four years calling trump a dictator authoritarian nazi hitler white supremacists anti semite big racist hater dangerous demented and insane also xenophobic. Then the hyperbole they used against him wednesday might have been much more effective. The fable of the boy who cried wolf comes to mind. Democrats and their media handmaidens in the mainstream media who have spent forward years demonizing through using the most outlandish language. They're fevered imagination.

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Anchor gains IAB certification

podnews

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Anchor gains IAB certification

"I'm alec baldwin and you're listening to. Here's the thing my podcast. Here's the thing is moving from public radio. Wnyc in particular to i. Heart radio yes. Here's the thing with alec. Baldwin is to move to hearts the show has been with. Wnyc's since twenty. Eleven shift over till i heart radio wave breathing new life into a project type passionate about for nearly a decade said baldwin though. He did criticise. Wnyc for interfering with his editorial independence in the same billboard article iheart connel burn says that spotify accounts for somewhere between five and twelve percent of listening of podcasts from iheart and suggests that exclusive bad for creators brands and listeners. They remain the top. Us podcast publisher according to new figures from pod. Track anchor the largest podcast host in the world has achieved ab certification for their podcast analytics willing to their full certificates today and as a small warning. Some podcasters may notice a very slight decline in play counts as a result. The company says some that have contacted produce news have seen significant drops. Fourteen point two is out. Podcasters may notice. It's increased cover art size of podcasts. On the lockscreen brule iheartradio which is run by. Aaron is to have a quote complete strategic overhaul content. Director duncan campbell. Says part of my role here is to make sure that we don't lose focus and get distracted by new shiny toys or other. Call it the future. The new york times has seen in one thousand nine percent increase in podcast revenue in the first nine months. Twenty twenty according to its latest quarterly report. The daily is the number one. Us podcast according to new portrait figures for october. Westwood one's own. A cumulus media says podcasting revenue was up fifty percent in the last quarter and that the network achieved one hundred and two million downloads in september up. Forty seven percent year on year digital dollars represented over ten percent of revenue in the quarter. Cfo frank. Lopez balboa and remote recording software riverside fm has raised two point five million dollars in funding and impo kost news today. The queued up. Podcast on podcasting has an interesting thing about nineteen minutes in j. pod. Fader soderbergh claims charitable. Who's ib version to certified tells me my podcast gets three times the amount of downloads that my version to certified host tells me get

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UCL Shock-tar for Real Madrid

ESPN FC

05:03 min | 2 years ago

UCL Shock-tar for Real Madrid

"Start, we don meltdown in Madrid thaw shocked shocked by we'd be so good and Writers. Joining us is Alex Kirkland Alex. Let's get right into it. What happened. I mean what happened was a disastrous five minutes of POCO from. Real. Madrid that I saw from them was one of the worst. I can remember to be honest it was a defensive horror show off against the shack talk team who let's not forget what may say six first choice players and a number of substitute says well, row without second reynolds the CAP team at it was just they fell off the conceding that I go they went completely to pieces gossamer spend back in the second off and pulled it back to three to lake your ruled out but that one make any once again just how bad they were in that I just bad. The. Made. Some big decisions with a view towards the classical at the weekend. He leaves out and he got lauded for leaving out crews and Ben's. Alex, I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt a tiny bit because I say, Hey, it shocked are minus six. You're at home you're motivated because you had a stinker last week and against God and deserve to lose. Maybe this is a Good Game Benza and crows today off right. The problem is when Bensimon doesn't play the team, just don't function in attack a loop. Yovich again, last night he had one pray tame header on saw and that was the throughout the day and he was. As. Roma, chasing the comeback which tells you everything you need to know cross you could understand may be giving him a a great by the problem is with Raimondo ready missing can you really leave out these other subpoenas if the of the team nine know the Ramos isn't always a nice consistent defend that but you have to heat has been that he's got a slight meet problems. He wouldn't have let the game just get away from the way didn't stop and the this. I mean Rafael Veran. Dreadful and this is the session dreadful Champions League game in a row for him because let's not forget he was to blame but both goals they began. In the summer alongside etta mealy Tout Stewart looks nothing like being worth fifty million euros around with Chip Light Volume Marcello I love Marcelo it to be honest like. An ex player he kind of jumped the shark awhile ago. s the Monday was laid out. Position was appropriate. You want to go away with any any credit on the right hand side courtois, dot them out of trouble a couple times it wasn't just the tall maitree chances and took them. Three one on ones the coach manager save over the course of the nineteen minutes. So it could have been even worse I mean less season they lost. The game of the Champions League in Paris they had a really rocky start. This is didn't. On yeah, they came back. They weren't playing Schachter. Owner but let me finish this. Season so I don't think. A rocky a shaky start like this one is anything new for Sodano, for the club however I you Janis making mistakes I think the players only are not up to the task mentally physically and technically as a group not forget didn't sign anyone in the summer. A few of the players left Bahamas pressure is really under Alex because he's done of course and everything that he's achieved as a player and manager that club is huge but that's two defeats in a row obese two different competition, and then the classic the weekend will happen if they lose is three in a row. Or do you still think that still has enough credit in the bank to two last regardless of what happens on the weekend? Of course, he's calling credit in the bank. He's got more credit than anyone because what you've done by do you think he doesn't situation is somewhat unique because even though he's won two titles as a coach, even though you on those three genders lease in a row, there are still some nagging questions I think and legitimate questions about aspects of of the jump that he does and some people and least includes people at the club at Rome Madrid at the. Question exactly how good coaches to spy everything that he's not in terms of trophies one I don't think there's any risk of him being sacked in the short sample, but we'd see Dan would say is that you can never entirely ruled out the rescue him deciding to walk away if things aren't going well, and if he feels like he's not the right man for the joke is surprised when away lost time having just wonder champion slate a milk expect that to happen right now by. Signing the we can discount entirely. This is very different. Coach doesn't necessarily need you get. He doesn't need it in the same way that other coaches to. Feels like I say he's not the right map for the talk. If you will I I completely agree that he would walk like getting say like Oh goodness can go I mean. Again he said like tomorrow is GonNa be Sunny. Who who can come up with you feel I listen I would point out that when he walked away last time, it's because two of his superstars neither films there anymore both of through. Hissy, fits through toys out of the Pram after the game and he said I. Have enough of that.

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UK and Germany's different approaches to the pandemic

NPR's World Story of the Day

07:00 min | 2 years ago

UK and Germany's different approaches to the pandemic

"The UK and Germany are both leading democracies and not far apart on the globe. They took very different approaches to the pandemic with very different results the UK as suffered the most covid nineteen deaths in Europe Germany with a much bigger population has lost far fewer people. NPR's correspondent in each country rob Schmitz in Berlin and Frank Langfitt in London had been talking among themselves. Hey Rob Frank. So tell me what happened in the UK. were. So many mistakes a big reason is the government honestly doesn't really seem to think ahead Boris Johnson you remember he sold Brexit to the British people in two thousand sixteen with no plan on how to execute it. So in the virus began spreading here Johnson course he's now prime minister. He was slow to recognize the threat here he is on March Third I was at movie night. where I think the rush if you credit ours patience and I shook hands of everybody. So by April Johnson an icy ICU covid nineteen I was talking to you in Boyd he's a member of the scientific group that advises the government. The UK didn't really grasped the speed with which the epidemic was entering the country under are all sorts of reasons for that, some of which are to. Lack of organisational capability sometimes when there's very high uncertainty, you simply have to shut things down really quickly and frank here in. Germany. That's what they did on January twenty seven. The first known case of coronavirus was sent to Clemson ventner chief physician at the Munich Schwab in clinic we have very similar like the boys gall. Be always prepare. Then you're watched what was happening in Italy in January where the virus was spreading pretty fast and we knew that we have to flatten the curve. So even before the first case of Covid nineteen and Germany, he was working on slowing its progress and he says the German government was involved from day one asking us what do you need we? We? We didn't have to ask them for example, Germany already had a big supply of ICU beds clouds Deutsche is at the Federation of German. You know that it's been a long debate on whether we had too many intensive care beds that warned us that often obviously that debate is over Deutsche says, Germany also has a lot of hospitals. If you take all the beds in all of Germany's hospitals, you get four times more per capita than what the UK has rob. You had slack in your system in Germany there. Was Not much here because the government had been cutting funding to the National Health Service for years, the hospitals were afraid of getting swamped with Cova patients. So they sent elderly patients back to nursing homes some broad cove with them infected other residents at least twenty, thousand nursing home residents died of covid. That's terrible in while in Germany, deaths were prevented through testing and contact tracing. The health authority in Berlin district of Hong, Kong and operator talks to man at conduct with a positive case, there are around four hundred call centers like this across Germany Peters directs this one become Austin We have traffic wardens and librarians working for us. We've recruited gardeners from parks and recreation Germany had a lot of manpower and testing to infrastructure filled with labs and university medical centers across the country. You know here the government misread the corona virus they thought it was going to spread as quickly as the flu. They didn't even try to develop a testing system where we steward he's a former British cabinet minister they were very, very confident. And slightly arrogant neb beliefs that they understood this disease better than other countries, I think the lack of scientific education amongst a lot of the British political elite meant that they were very reluctant to challenge scientists but here, Germany. Frank. A trained scientist is at the helm and Chancellor Angela Merkel. gave one of the most powerful and heartfelt speeches in her life when she made a rare national address on March. Eighteenth dusted fees above in then. Comes here. I have absolutely no doubt that we will overcome this crisis. How many victims will it claim? How many loved ones lose to a large extent? The answer lies in our own hands miracle has a doctorate in quantum chemistry, and in another speech, she patiently explain how important it was for Germany to reduce the viruses reproduction rate. Her tone was always humble and deadly serious. I'm. Doing this Icefield is off that. We are thin ice. This is a situation in which caution not over-confidence is the order of the day it really different here Johnson studied classics at Oxford University. He was president the debating society and as Prime Minister he's tried to rally the country with rhetoric. We must act like any wartime government and do whatever it takes to support our economy Johnson's Ori helped win a landslide election last year, but a pandemic, of course, not a campaign. Here's where. We store again he sees himself as somebody who is encouraging a rugby team for nineteen minute match telling them that fantastic to make them play. Well, he doesn't primarily see himself as somebody whose job is to get into uncomfortable details were chew over policy and strategy but frank, it's this chewing over of policy and strategy. This technocratic nature of the German government that may have also contributed to Germany's success hunts could is senior research fellow at Chatham House this sort of doubling down on technocracy. Populism has now been discredited by the Corona Virus. He says, that's potentially dangerous. If technocrats feel too emboldened, there might be an even bigger growth populist backlash in the future some people will blame Johnson for Britain's handling of covid campaigner. He thinks Johnson's more symptoms than 'cause captors just written a book called why the Germans do it better notes from grownup country. We've descended into believing that somehow because we always muddled through in the past muddling through is a recipe that will get us through in the future. So rob where's Germany now with crow verse? Well cases are rising deaths are not that tells us these new cases are from young people, children across the country are back in classrooms, but the German government seems so far. Okay. With the dangers of this, there remains a strong infrastructure of hospital beds, testing, tracing Germany fields, prepared and Chancellor Angela Merkel's popularity ratings are sky high eighty, six percent. WOW cases rising rapidly to we've got new strictures but Johnson actually had trouble explaining them to the nation recently the last surveys Ron Johnson is under forty percent approval rating testing capacity here still can't meet demand. And Winter's coming. NPR London correspondent Frank Langfitt, and Berlin correspondent. Rob? Schmitz.

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Trevor Noah condemns Trump's COVID-19 Response

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

06:05 min | 2 years ago

Trevor Noah condemns Trump's COVID-19 Response

"Back to the daily social distancing show and yes, we are still social distancing pretty soon the top of my head is going to be six feet away from my forehead. That's the plan. That's how I'm going to measure my distance from people hey, what's going on becks they s see you know the reason we still social distancing is because the coronavirus is still spreading, and this is thanks partly to people not taking it seriously. So let's catch up in another installment of our ongoing segments the pandemic. I our pandemic coverage, Hicks off in Utah State in desperate need of the l shaped tetris piece. We now know that one of the easiest ways to stop the spread of coronavirus is just to have everybody where a mosque unfortunately telling everyone to wear a mosque is also one of the easiest ways to spread idiocy after more than one weeks in schools have reopened in Washington County Liberty, action coalition hosted a rally in front of the school district building. This morning up to a thousand people showed up saying the children being forced to wear masks in classrooms is illegal and even unconstitutional. Now have gathered here in front of the Washington County. Administration building calling for. The end of a mouse mandate. If we want to wear a mask, that's fine we can take care of ourselves when George Floyd was saying I can't breathe and then he died and We're wearing a mask and we say I can't breathe but we're for story anyway I'll tell you another reason I'd hate mass most child molesters love them God. Damn. These people were crazy. In fact, you know what they should have. Let them storm the school building because maybe they would have accidentally learn something like I'm still trying to process everything that was going on at that rally no matter how many times I watched that video i. still find new things to process. Like that video is the closest thing I've seen to facebook comments happening in real life I like individual freedom wipe people are the real George Floyd. Happy. Birthday Martha Mask wearing was invented by Jeffrey Epstein. Oh and here's another reason it's hard for Americans. To get the pandemic under control even places do have rules for social distancing. This is how some people follow them growing concerns over Cova clusters especially on college campuses in Ohio police cited several people in a house near Miami University during the Labor Day weekend body camera footage captured a stunning exchange between an officer and a student or there's So, you probably know where I wanNA talk to too many people but you know the the ordinances ten people. Yeah. How many people are in the house? Twenty twenty people inside. You Might WanNa start clearing off the I've never seen this before there's an input on the computer that you tested positive for covid. When was this was? A week ago are you supposed to be quarantining? That's why I'm on my house do you have other people here and you? You're positive for Kovin? We WanNA, keep the site open. That's why. We're so screwed. The main part of quarantine isn't about being at your house, my friend. It's about being away from other people so that you don't spread the disease I'm scheduled. Know where this guy puts a condom on his buddy at this point I'm glad it's just corona virus. Can you imagine this dude handling Ebola wait so I'm not supposed to eat a monkey. Because I got to tell you there was some confusion there. Oh and just by the way. Watching this police officers body cam footage was like virtual reality game called white privilege because this kid was clearly breaking the law but the cups tone of voice sounds like he was telling him today specials Hieaux could I interest you and not breaking the law today? Get a few minutes to think it over and I'll come back so. Some people are misinformed some people a crazy and some people are both. People. Like Donald jaundiced trump president of the United States and one man super spreader overnight at a packed indoor rally president trump breaking Nevada's covid restrictions to court voters. In the key battleground state, we're going to win to that speaking to a throng of mostly mask Liz supporters, his first indoor rally nearly three months. The state prohibits gatherings of more than fifty people but trump defiant of the governor comes after you which you shouldn't be doing. I'll be with you all the while those behind the president and in front of the cameras wore masks, most of the crowd did not. But that didn't bother supporters like meal. Christianson who camped out overnight I'm not wearing a mask that's a shows that I trust my president. Okay look. I. Get why trump fan would have trusted trump before. But how do you still trust this off the he admitted that he's been downplaying the coronavirus this whole time I don't get it. I really don't get what do you mean you trust and this is like believing the Nigerian e mail scam off the he tells you that he's a Nigerian email scam although I'm a small time criminal pretending to be a wealthy prince. Will Send me some money. You know what? I liked this guy's honesty I will send him fifty thousand dollars and as for trump. How you call yourself the presence of law and order when you openly flouting the law and not even for a noble reason. No, it's just so that he can spend nineteen minutes ranting about how vegetables invented by the deep state and Hillary. Clinton and this isn't just about breaking the law. What Donald Trump is doing here is actually dangerous. The last time trump held an indoor rally. He lost twenty five percent of his black friends. So there you have it. Everyone from college students to grandma's to the president himself is helping this virus continue spreading. But I guess. That's the genius of America's Corona Virus Response. Unlike other countries that are preparing for the second wave America realized you don't have to deal with the second wave. If you never get over the first.

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How the Apple Podcasts Analytics help you understand your audience

Podcasting Q&A

04:20 min | 2 years ago

How the Apple Podcasts Analytics help you understand your audience

"Welcome to podcasting where you learned the best tips and strategies to launch growing monetize your show. This week's question comes from Dan is Dan sky pilot faith quest podcast, and I have some questions about the apple podcast analytics. I love the buzz sprout analytics, use them all the time and find them very helpful. And I go to the apple podcast analytics and I find them really confusing. Sometimes, there's information about a particular podcast that is lacking on the screen. It seems inconsistent within its own podcast analytics as well as compared to what you all offer. Tell me what I should be looking out there. Should I even be using them? Is they're helpful information there. What are your recommendations thank you so much for your question. Dan So apple podcasts analytics offers some. Additional data points that they don't necessarily share with podcast hosting sites such as but sprout, and while having more information is usually really good thing. You kinda need to know what you're looking for and what you're looking at when you're an apple podcasts connect. So on this episode, we're GonNa, tell you in explain a little bit about why the data points might look a little bit different and then how to get the most out of apple podcast analytics. Let's talk about why you might see some download discrepancy between your hosting site and apple podcasts connect. So with a hosting site, they're going to show you across the board. How many listens in episode is getting Apple podcasts is not set up that way apple podcast connect is going to only show you information from listeners that meet specific set of criteria. The first is that the listener has to be using the most current version of the apple. PODCASTS at the second is that user also has given permission for their diagnostic information in their usage data to be on top of that, there is a seventy two hour lag time. So if someone listened to an episode that you posted on Monday, you're not gonna see that reflected in your stats until Thursday on top of that, if you get less than five people that meet that criteria, apple is going to register zero data for that episode so. The key here is if you want to find out information about how many listens and episodes getting, you're going to want to check in with your hosting site like bus browse going to show you how many listens to you over the course of all time as well as where maybe your audience listening from. You're not gonNA, get an accurate reflection of your download information from podcast connect. What is it good for? Actually there are three really good data points that podcast connect can offer you. The first is average consumption by episode when you land on the dashboard for your podcast scroll down until you see recent episodes, once you're there look at the stat in the far right column. The percentage you see here is the average amount of time your audience listening to each episode. For example, if you have a twenty minute episode with a seventy, five percent average consumption rating that means that people are listening to about the first fifteen minutes of that episode. For the next data point, you can see in podcasts connect episode listen duration click through to one of your episodes to see a graph showing you the percentage of listeners that are still tuned in at any point in your episode. If you're doing everything right, you should see a gradual taper from the beginning to the end of the episode. If you see a sharp drop in listeners, click on the portion of the episode and listen to it to figure out why so many listeners bailed at the same time. For example, there was an episode entitled finding the Best Podcasting. Microphone we noticed that people stopped listening around. The, nineteen minute mark when we went back and looked at that, we noticed that that was where we kind identified that podcasting microphone, and so people didn't really have a reason to keep listening. So what you WanNa do is really think about why people would drop off really explore that if that's that you've given them an answer and they don't need to listen anymore if it's more of a click bait kind title if you had an ad run in the middle reverse engineer, why everyone might disconnected at that point so that you can create more content that has people stay on for the duration of the episode. The last thing that you can learn from podcast connect is how many new listeners subscribed after listening to a particular episode blow the Listener Duration Graph for each episode, you'll see a role of additional statistics on the far right. You'll notice a percentage called devices, subscribed devices subscribed as the percentage of unique devices that subscribed and listening to the episode. For example, if you have an episode that has a twenty percent subscribe rate versus an episode that has a ninety percent subscribed rate, you're GonNa WanNa look at what you did to get ninety percent subscription because if you can do more of that, it will result in more podcast listeners. It's GonNa help you grow your podcast tremendously.

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Parker Kligerman on Year 2 as a team owner in the eNASCAR iRacing Coca-Cola Series

NASCAR on NBC

05:18 min | 3 years ago

Parker Kligerman on Year 2 as a team owner in the eNASCAR iRacing Coca-Cola Series

"Parker is a co- team owner in the NASCAR COCA COLA. I racing series. I get that right. Okay year two for Burton Triggerman East sports and we had Parker on last year as somewhat of an eye racing primer NASCAR. Miracle was broadcasting a few of the I. Racing Races last year. We did the finale which was tremendously well received. All of the races were well received on. Nbc talked about like what it all means with you before Parker. This time we wanted to have you on to talk about year two for your team because you guys have not only. Have you WANNA race already this year through two races as we speak here today you already had a win from Ashton crowder in the Fontana race. You've also got some big news with sponsorships and everything happening in your too. So tell us what's going on for Burton. Click armony sports. Yes so first of all start. In the series the series on coca-cola's title sponsor peak left peak any freeze. And they'd been part of it for years and I think the the trajectory the series and things and how they building sports it opened up and up to pursue cocoa that come in so that was really cool as big name to put on top of the series this year we have twenty teams so the full team rosters filled out this year whereas last year round sixteen teams so there's only twenty teams allowed. We filled it out and for burnt. Cuckney sports. We actually brought in our first corporate partner of this magnitude valvoline which was incredible. It worked on it for months. The reason they came into his they'd obviously east. Sports is a big topic. These days that sort of thing and I had a little bit relationship with them beforehand and this came about and I'd always been a big fan of Abilene cars growing up. How good they look the pace keys or anything and it would be so cool to have those as our cars essentially look just like the Mark Martin number six. Yeah we did like a little vs flying vs. I call them okay. We're all the visa and going up and that was kind of our spin on it a little bit in the eastport realm so really cool. They've been great work with and just a lot of fun and they really are seeing the benefits and and kind of become fans of as well and then we went out and won the second race two seasons Ashen crowder. We lead the most laps between both drivers. Clampitt led a ton of beginning. He and four she got involved in a wreck and then Ashen kind of took. The reins and in an incredible dual won the race and that was just huge. So we're now tied for the point seat. Although we get the points lead off the with Ashenafi Tiebreaker having a win and in the team championship or fourth. So it's been a great start for us really cool for the series and the viewership. This year has been insane across tweets. Youtube NASCAR ADT COM and facebook. The first Jewish this season have adverse around one hundred eighty thousand people tune in life. That's The craziest statistic to me but people will break down the numbers or shocked by is the average time person views for so you know the Internet unlike. Tv. There's a lot of calculation can be done per each viewer and you often find yourself. Sort of like across the different streamed stream entities finding that they all read it differently but one of the things that really sticks out across all the retention time. And so we've seen average viewers nineteen minutes per viewer Twenty minutes thirty minutes so in the Internet world that like that will be. That's like I mean. I know from working for a website. It's not just website traffic or page views. It's how long are they reading the page? So after on watching twenty minutes of Iras. That's is that something you could have valvoline with and say this. And they say their eye popping numbers yes. We put a whole report together after each race and sort of to give some sort of numbers all this because I was actually a conference in London couple weeks ago about East sports and sky. Who's believe these? Cfo of the largest eastward teams in the world said eighty seven point six percent of all artistic in east sports or made up and facts. So you can put concrete numbers to it. It's a great thing and we've been able to do that. So it's been wrinkled who said it was fabricated He he works for fanatic which is one of the largest export teams in the world. It was basically a joke to say it. So it's the wild west and I actually think what were doing one of the things I know. It says in our logo in our team name. I don't even like the word East sports anymore because I kind of think of traditional sports trying to do something different were Imo Schwartz. Were trying to help a sport or exists bill the base and gain a new audience and be exposed to people that can never be exposed to it on the competitive level. What they're trying to do in really sports shooters they're trying to make the next Nascar the next NFL. We're not trying to do that. So as you mentioned two cars Logan Clampitt in the number ninety nine valvoline Ashton crowder and the number seventy seven valvoline. Just curious obviously ninety nine. That was Burton's now. When he drove up seventy seven is that it was my number and Arka- And I've always had a thing for sevens and it comes from my grandpa who was his favorite number seven successful years of always been car at seven. Seventy seven a number in a lot to me and both of these guys are obviously like. Hey you guys actually drove in the NASCAR Cup series. Take whatever numbers. You're doing well as team. We own those numbers so just like real life our numbers we own them so if we changed drivers but they're in for full year then it would keep the number

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Bots to Date for Us: The Future of Love?

Sleepwalkers

09:25 min | 3 years ago

Bots to Date for Us: The Future of Love?

"Brought you in because Of a woman name his Enya. She's a mutual friend of ours. We both know her and she said something to me that I thought was like one of the most was fascinating things. A tech person has said to me. We were doing an interview in San Francisco like outside at some fancy place and she was talking about artificial intelligence. I and a friend of hers had passed away and using all his personal data text messages and like anything he'd put out there publicly she had recreated the digital version of him a lot of some sort That she would. It was almost like a shadow of him that she would still talk to which was like this crazy concept at the time time on. There's like a Black Mirror episode. That feels very similar to this and she would be texting with the Roman brought to her having this whole conversation about the future of AI. Hi and she said one line to me and this is how I always is like as a reporter as a journalist. This is how I always end up doing different episodes and like I go off and I go off into the world and do a whole different story based on something one person says to me in an interview and this is how. I think I've come to you. She said well in the future. We won't even date on dating APPs we'll have bots to date for us like they'll just date for us. We won't even have to swipe and I was like I wonder if down the line that will happen. So that brings me to you. Shane Mack is yet and That's going to happen rate for sure and so. Tell me an and it's happening happening because you're doing that in some capacity before we kind of get into that. Let's talk a little bit about you. you're obsessed with bots. I am now. Yeah what about them. It wasn't my first love. I was obsessed with messaging and I really loved the idea that I should be able to text people and businesses the same and the future would be all lived within messaging not calling or doing crappy website or downloading an APP and then my co-founder was the founder of declawed Robert Stevens and he came to me and said hey the future is not messaging humans future as messaging bots and other. What do you mean? And he's like well. The future is about language talking to systems so he was like let's just hack greatclips website And I'm I'm going to build a textbook that allows me to say I want to get a haircut today and it'll go fill out all the stuff for me automatically on the website and the Bal respond back and say there's a opening and twelve minutes fourteen minutes nineteen minutes and we built it and this is a two thousand thirteen and we went in and Robert Name was on the screen. Is Robert Stevens twelve minutes. And he's like this is the future and it's going to remove all the software in the middle and so then I became obsessed with the mission that bots will create the next wave of the internet which I think because about getting us off the Internet the last decade was about getting us on the Internet and I think the next one is about getting us all Florida vices capacity. Because if you start with today you start with letters to make words words to make meaning and meaning goes to be intent but if you go tomorrow I think we start with intent tent like I want to get a haircut and the body goes a nice it for you and a learns about you knows your preferences and knows how you talked. Everyone else watches in dating context. I look get where people always have. Friction and get kind of Annoyed and I'll listen to people on dating APPS and they're like I have an inbox full of tons of people. We all say the same shit and it's just an endless banter and I can never remember windfall up with and then I've taken to my text messages and I don't remember an unnamed named hello there fucking know this person is and I listened to Mike Okay. So that's not the future that's too much friction and it's causing people things -iety and I think the boss will handle all that. Can you just our listeners. explain like the most basics of like what is it yeah It's just a piece of software that can communicate with you and whether it's on Alexa that would be about whether there it's In a text message a response back and says had agreed. And it's a computer system not a human that's about or if it can talk systems like we have what's that we've built that can both haircuts or book appointments or Boca Flight. Do Anything like that in your company. Assist essentially built kind of this platform all for for this and so much show that facebook kind of called on you. I remember when Mark Zuckerberg Was Up there and facebook launched bats like the Sucker burgers up there talking about one eight hundred flowers that face because its developer's conference for folks who don't know they have developers conference once a year where like all all the facebook executives. Get up there and they talk about like their biggest things that are coming down the pipeline. It's a very big deal for facebook And and they kind of set the stage and and I remember Mark Zuckerberg getting up there. And he's like you never have to call one eight hundred flowers again right and And he's a because there's like a bought right or or something and that was powered by you guys right or you through the first partner. Ever launched seventy two hours before we didn't know it was going to happen and they said Zuckerberg wants to know if the CEO will care at one eight hundred flowers if he makes fun of them and the C O like no. It's amazing let's do it and he's he's always been very progressive and he built his company off being the first company in the world to sell on a phone number and then he was the first person to sell on the Internet compuserve in Nineteen ninety-three and so the fact that they were the first to launch with us to do boss like made sense and it was cool. And so you sold. Are you required. said it was acquired And this this is where things get interesting right because like I think you know we've heard about bots like for all these big companies using it especially customer service bots and all this the stuff but like things are getting really This is where I light up right because like she kinda weird ray because now they're going to be used in all these different ways like this is stuff that no one's talking about there's a whole other use case of bonds and you started thinking about it As it pertained anti like our personal lives right dating and there is a problem and the problem is that there's so many options is really hard so all this is kind of happening simultaneously simultaneously. So you have kind of somehow. Shane thought about bought use for dating APPS. How did that come Komo doubt yet? So I'll give you the business answer and then like my personal and business answer is I actually have been always very interested in the space And I was like the swipe is commoditised so all their business models are built on connection but the connections now infinite like. It's not that you can't get connected because everyone's is on them. It's become mass market. And there's no more stigma than so now everyone's connected. Yeah we literally. There's like so many connections. You don't know what to do. So they've nailed their business model so well that it has has no value so now you have endless connections. But that's how they make money but if I don't need to use specific apps pay them to have more connections then the question becomes uh-huh if if swipes were like how you walked up to someone at a bar and you judge them you have to look at a photo type left right. I think the future is actually the language of the bought that that is what I was like. Oh the first response is actually the new. Swipe the words are the swipe. That's how you get a response. Because everyone I talked to you since messages than ever hear back so then the way that you send messages and how you communicate effectively in what do you have any whitten. Are you funny. Are you curious. Are you specific questions. All all types of things like stuff that I like to think about and just like how do you get people to be more curious and more specific in their question asking. I was like if I can teach everyone how to ask better questions. Will they get better answers. And we'll get responses and it is the new business model based on words not on swipes. That's how that was like maybe okay so now giving the personal answer answer because you're also a dude who sounds like you're on the dating apps and like An. I know every founder tries to fix a problem for himself. So were you just not getting responses. No not actually if you will see if take handwrite and I love what hinge. Did they made it more personal use personal message to a piece of content. That takes so much time. Yeah Yeah and so. I'm looking at it and for me. I always optimizing time and I'm like wait. I'm writing the same type of message for the hiking photo jumping at the top of a cliff for almost every single one or a piece of food that someone has or they have the picture on the bowed or they have a dog like they're all kind of the same and it's it's Kinda sad I was like shit. They all look the same in this profile format that hinge created and it takes forever to literally type A thoughtful message over and over again and and I was like I wonder if I could create a Bot. That would watch how I communicate and optimize it based on if people respond and over time be better at writing and also use the community so if other people are using different language I would learn like searching searching on the Internet. You can search. What are the top fifty things to say dating but when it's in your keyboard and it's part of your body it's probably conversation? It's like there at the moment when you're sending a message and you can then send fifty st messages in a minute. Instead of fifty messages a day.

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Traffic and Weather Update

Brian Noonan

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Traffic and Weather Update

"WGN traffic we got reports of an earlier crash involving a semi on the outbound Eisenhower after will throat apparently that crashed just cleaned up right now the trip out to route three ninety thirty four minutes the about I'd stop and go from western thirty two minutes in from route three ninety and the inbound Ryan ninety for the downtown nineteen minutes now the weather from the WGN Chicago weather center tonight the clouds will hang in with us and we'll have a low around twenty seven degrees tomorrow cloudy with a low around twenty seven we might get a few peeks of sunshine slight chance of snow and freezing drizzle late tomorrow

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5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week

Feedback with EarBuds

02:42 min | 3 years ago

5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week

"This week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion. The curator is Paul or fiscal. The head Honcho music matters much newsletter. Here's why Paul chose this theme he says music is one of life's great joys. Don't ever take it for granted. Granted don't let it wash over you dive in with both ears and your whole brain whenever possible. Here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Paul. Monday's episode comes from Song Explorer and is called Aimee Mann patient zero. It's nineteen minutes long in this episode. Listeners owners are granted a backstage pass to the magical mysterious songwriting process with one of the best song. Writers of her generation. Tuesday's episode comes from Sound Opinions Gins and is called Opinions on Tool Lana del Rey and more farewell to Reco- CASICK and Daniel Johnston. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. pull up a bar stool and hang out for a while with a couple of highly intelligent highly opinionated music critics and friends. You'll always be better off for it. Wednesday's episode comes from Pri Arts and entertainment and is called. American icons crossroad blues. It's twenty minutes long in this episode. Robert Robert Johnson is more myth than man at this point. Change that perspective for yourself by listening to this fascinating podcast episode. It explores both the legend and the reality of the mysterious mysterious Blues Guitarist. WHO AS LEGEND HAS IT quote made a pact with the devil end quote down at the crossroads Thursday's episode is from strong songs songs and is called Mr Blue Sky by electric light orchestra? It's thirty five minutes long in this episode. Musician Kirk Hamilton. Is that fun. Super super talented friend. Every true music lover wishes they had in this incredibly entertaining. podcast Kirk presents a strong to his listeners and peels it back layer by layer air to reveal. Exactly what makes the Selecta tune just so special and appealing. You'll never hear Mr Blue Sky quite the same way again promise. Friday's episode comes from the Beatles Anthology podcast and is called Anthology one. It's twelve minutes long in this episode no narrator just an amazing exhaustive dip collection of audio clips of the Fab. Four check out the first of this eighteen episode twenty eight our podcast in addition to hearing from John Paul George and Ringo listeners. Listeners are treated to tons of song snippets from whatever time period. The lads are discussing at the moment a brilliant and intimate historical document of the most famous band ever. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Paul for this week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion.

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Creatine: what is it, and what does it do?

20 Minute Fitness

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Creatine: what is it, and what does it do?

"Less first off by saying that new supplement is really a necessity hence the name supplement meaning it supplementary to to a balanced healthy lifestyle and diet but creating is one of the world's most tested supplements really an received great safety profiles so creating gene is a substance that's naturally found in muscle cells and it helps your muscles produce more energy during your lifting sessions and if we look at it chemically it's tortuous organic acid that as I mentioned before it helps apply entity to cells in the body and it shares many similarities with amino acids and your body can produce is it from the amino acids lysine and Arginine see around ninety five percent of the bodies creating stored in the muscles in the form of false though creating and the other five percent is found in your brain and your kidneys and your liver so a person needs between one to three grams. Really of Chritina eighteen day and route half of this comes from your diet and the rest is synthesized by the body so way getting your your one three grams from Utah. You'll die. It is from a law. Red Meat and fish for example one pound of raw beef or seven provides around one two grams of creating according to the International Society of sports nutrition larger athletes though who are training quite intensely might need consume between five to ten headon grams of creating a day to maintain stores. And this might be why you're thinking about taking creating as a supplement not thinking of getting enough enough training quite intensively so you need to supplement crazy and ensure diet and that's a supplement you can find created in a number of different forms the most popular of which is say are creating lean more hydrate and creating shell so creating monohydrate is putting the most extensively studied form of creating for use nutritional supplements and in terms of muscle swapped take is going to high ability to increase high intensity exercise capacity and is called monohydrate. Because it's made by binding created in the organic gallic acid with one molecule of water hence mono one hydrates water creating. HCl On the other hand is made by touching hydrochloride group creatine to enhance stability and create. Shell works well. Because only hydrochloride group to the creative molecule lowers the Ph of the creating making it more acidic acidic and. This makes it a lot more soluble in fluids or dissolves veteran fluids. And you'll notice when you actually mix. HCL and water mixes almost instantly with no sedimentation patients drops to the bottom of the glass in like sentiment in that when that when the choice either from some of the protein shakes you have before you lumpy clusters in your protein shake. It is is not nice so creating. ACL Mix in far better than creatine monohydrate. There's lots of mixed evidence about which is king really between creatine. MONOHYDRATE INCREASE NATE SEATTLE. The main issues. Criminal Hydrate let's do it solubility in fluids and its absorption by the body. There's been some research reports that less than three percents of the original amount of creatine. Not monohydrate is transported across the intestinal cells in nineteen minutes. I'm not only. Is this an issue. Because it limits the uptake creating body intestines number muscles does but it can also lead to stomach upset because of creating sitting in the intestines and drawing water into them but with critic one hundred being so extensively studied there on on numerous studies that say just five ten grams a day. There's lots of evidence that it's increasing power output muscle endurance and muscle size partly oversee by upbringing water into the muscles for time. Although it has been found to also help actual

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Understanding Eco-Fascism

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

09:53 min | 3 years ago

Understanding Eco-Fascism

"Eko fascism ever heard of it or thought about it seems paradoxical but is it or is it a part of American history that has been there all along in an article dated August seven twenty nineteen G. Q.. Magazine yes yes G. Q.. Defined Eko Fascism as quote a belief that the only way to deal with climate change is through eugenics and the brutal suppression of migrants and quote. It's a philosophy that has roots in the American environmental movement. Dating back to the eighteen hundreds rate right down to the creation of our national park system. But let's start off with the recent events that inspired me to produce this episode on August Third Twenty nine a shooter in El Paso Texas Killed Twenty people at a Walmart near the border with Mexico. Nineteen minutes before the first nine one one call a hate filled. Anti immigrant manifesto appeared online. That was strangely called an inconvenient truth in the document the author makes his horrific case for ethnic cleansing as a solution to the climate crisis. I ask myself could. The shooter's deadly words and actions have been inspired by the rhetoric that has been spoken tweeted by the forty fifth president of the United States who has verbally attacked communities of color on more than one occasion this time. It's House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah. Cummings he wrote wrote. This Cummings district is disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. If he spent more time in Baltimore maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous and filthy place. No human being would want to live there infested usually reserved for references to rodents and and insects. But we've seen the president invoke infestation to criticize lawmakers before you see a pattern here just two weeks ago president trump to protect four minority congresswoman. Why don't they go back to the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came reminder three of them were born here all of them are or American infested? He says a week before his inauguration January two thousand seventeen congressman. John Lewis should spend more time on fixing in helping his district which is in horrible shape and falling apart not to mention crime infested. Donald Trump has tweeted more than forty three thousand times James. He's insulted thousands of people many different types of people but when he tweets about infestation it's about black and Brown people September number two thousand fourteen at the height of an urgent health. Emergency why are we sending thousands of ill-trained soldiers into IMBOULA. If Ebola infested areas of Africa bring the plague to the. US Obama is so stupid infested. He says there's a revolution going on in California. So many sanctuary areas is one out of this ridiculous crime infested and breeding concept infested. He says the President says about congressman. Cummings district that no human would would wanNA live there. You know who did Mr President I did. From the day I was brought home from the hospital to the day left for college and a lot of people put care about still do their challenges. No doubt but people are proud of their commuted. One sound self-righteous but people get up and go to work there the care for their families there. They love their children. WHO pledge allegiance to the flag? Just like people. Oh who live in districts of Congressman. Who Support You sir? They are Americans too. We'll be right back. After after the El Paso tragedy. I started reading articles that referred to the term Eko fascism. There seemed to be more than one. Example of racially motivated terrorist wrist attacks in the news from Christchurch New Zealand to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania to California but none so directly connected to the climate crisis as the El Paso shooting which made me deeply concerned about the ways in which humans will react when the crisis worsens. Will it bring bring out the best in humanity or the worst. I began to think more deeply about the foundations of America. Correct me if I'm wrong but post colonial. The American history seems to be filled with examples of ECO fascist ideas and axe our very own declaration of independence refers to indigenous indigenous people of this continent as merciless Indian savages. And yet. This is still a document that we celebrate every year with a national holiday and the principles of manifest destiny. An eminent domain made way for a government led genocide children being separated from their parents put in detention centers and even killed by the American government. These practices are also not new from the slave trade to Indian residential schools. American history has already set precedence every single day that we wake up we are living out our lives on stolen land. This is our history. It's history that we shouldn't turn away from no matter how hard it is to look at it. I know this is a dark subject. But it's an important one one if we don't look directly at our shadows cells. How will we ever heal in a recent interview? In The Guardian activist writer. Naomi Klein referred referred to this concept as climate barbarism. because she connected the dots. So well I'm going to read her words here. She states quote white supremacy emerged. Not just because people felt like thinking of ideas that we're going to get a lot of people killed but because it was useful to protect barbaric but highly profitable actions. The age of scientific racism begins alongside the transatlantic slave trade. It is a rationale for that brutality. If we were going to respond to climate change by fortress seeing our borders then of course the theories that would justify that that create. These hierarchies orchids of humanity will come surging back. There have been signs of that for years but it is getting harder to deny because you have killers who are screaming it from the rooftops unquote and then Naomi speaks of the environmental movement quote when you have a movement that is overwhelmingly Wellm Ingley representative of the most privileged sector of society. Then the approach is going to be much more fearful of change because people who you have a lot to lose tend to be more fearful of change whereas people who have a lot to gain will tend to fight harder for it. I have had many many conversations with environmentalists over the years where they seem to believe that. By linking fighting climate change with fighting poverty or fighting racial justice. It's it's GonNa make the fight harder. We have to get out of this quote. Mike crisis is bigger than your crisis. I we save the planet and then we fight poverty and racism them and violence against women unquote. That doesn't work that alienates the people who would fight hardest for change unquote as middle middle class educated white women WHO considers herself an environmentalist for social justice. An ally in the struggle for racial equality and racial equity. I felt compelled up to bring the issues of Echo Fascism and environmental racism to the Isan Conservation. podcast I hope this episode shines light on our shadow selves an offers inspiration on how to move forward will start this episode with a close. The camps protest attended on August Thirty First Twenty nineteen scene in downtown San Francisco. I'm on my way down to the close the camps protest in downtown San Francisco right in front of the ICE building. This protest today is part of the month of momentum that has been a month long a series of events and protests and ways to get involved in the movement to close down the concentration camps that are are at the border of the United States and Mexico so every day when I turn on the news and I hear more stories about the conditions of the camps and the fact that children are in cages. Children are dying people are dying in the camps. I I'm I'm basically as heartbroken and petrified as I am about the climate crisis CICIS I see these both the climate craigslist and our humanitarian crisis. That's happening at the border right now. As one in the same basically the way that we're treating a world is the way that we treat ourselves and other people and eight and so I needed to do something and so I decided to come down and spend my Saturday morning here. At the close the camps is protest down at ice in San Francisco on August thirty first twenty

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Danica Patrick on When She Knew She Wanted to Be a Racing Driver

Skimm'd from The Couch

06:13 min | 3 years ago

Danica Patrick on When She Knew She Wanted to Be a Racing Driver

"What I always find interesting when we interview people who knew from a very young age they wanted to do you are ten was there an a Ha moment that you were like. Oh this is what I WANNA do is. Is there anything else that was interesting to you or was this always driving your passion in the beginning before I wanted to do that at ten. I think the first thing I wanted to be was a veterinarian because I love animals still do and then I wanted to be a singer. But don't ask me to sing and I wanted to be a secretary actually think that was the first thing because my sister and I would pretend secretary with like old calendars. Your phone was plugged in. Yeah Yeah Yeah so my sister and I would do that so I'm going to be secretary then actually might have got him completely backwards secretary singer than veterinarian and then racecar driver. Once I started I just thought well I want to be racecar driver. Kids will say singer. And you're like Oh yes you are like good luck with and then they grow garage that how did you figure out. This was something that your family is GonNa Invest Time and money in for you to be able to do this and then also that you're really good at it Um We tend to like to things that we're good at right. I don't think anybody really likes to do things that are terrible at so it's about finding that which I always say as part of the battle rate it is finding things that you're really good at. I probably wasn't going to be a basketball player. I'm five foot one So that wasn't really going to be very realistic nick for me like you said that kids go. I WanNa be this when I grow will then you have to actually start doing it right so I mean we raced where if I wanted to be the veterenarian I needed to start working at the local local shelter or right. You've actually start doing something. It's just like self care or self help like if you're trying to retrain your brain and think new thoughts and create new patterns. It's great to have an idea but if you don't actually implement something thing that takes steps in making that a reality and practicing it you're never gonNa do it. We went to the tracks so I was like. Oh here we are. We're there a lot of other kids at your age at the track and other girls series at the track. All there weren't other girls really. My sister did try it. I too But Yeah Oh yeah I mean I was in there's age category so I wasn't just wasn't all for one out there from you. Know eight to fifty. It was the eight to twelve twelve to fifteen. What did your parents here about? What made you stand out at ten? What was the skill set that you had that started to get noticed? I heard this way later. Way later. but it was that I wanted to keep going back to the track. I kept asking to go to the track. I don't remember that at at all. I think instant gratification is something rare to come by and with racing. You get that because it's time so I'd come in and I'd be like what what was the lap time you know so I love that process of making it handle better going faster. You know pushing a little further so for me. There was some instant gratification -cation rewards with it but I guess I just kept asking to go and also I am coach -able so I think that's another thing too is is that not. Everyone is comfortable and tell anyone that like I mean. Hey if when you hear me doing a podcast I should ask something else or I'm interrupting too much. Whatever for it is like tell me because I want to do better? You take the feedback. Yeah Yeah I am really curious about your family and how you grew up so you left high school during your junior year to race on the European circuit. And then you move to a on your own and this was all while you were a teenager cracked and we've known you for about nineteen minutes looking at the timer but you seem pretty grounded normal. How did that happen? I don't think that if I had been left to my own devices or had success early on when I was even a late teenager. I don't know high what it turned out. How did how did you get? Yeah well with racing. It's a little interesting because there isn't that Markan time where you aren't with your family anymore. Now yes I did move to England. I was sixteen. I was there for three years pretty much on my own but I he came home and moved back in with my family. You know there was that break like you see in college where somebody goes to college and then they move away and they go play for team they get drafted apted and start to make millions of dollars or hundreds of thousands of dollars in professional sports at the age of twenty one and that just is not how it goes does and racing so much so I think that's part of it being around your family and the norm that you grew up with you know having good values and being undisciplined. Your parents seemed like they were obviously insanely supportive of you and this journey. How did they handle saying daughter? Grow into such a success. Asa a young age I mean I know they were proud like obviously they tell me that a lot on my dad for sure loved racing more than me. I mean it was definitely his thing so I think at times he would kind of project his own feelings onto the situation which wasn't always the best. It wasn't all just like roses but I think accounted They couldn't imagine if I didn't have the opportunity especially with going to England. They're like it's hard but I couldn't imagine that she didn't have the opportunity that'd be even worse. They're they're really supportive and yeah. They weren't scared to let me try either. Sometimes I think parents can project onto their own fear of things. That's one thing being that they didn't have didn't do right. I mean you could be afraid that your child would be endanger. You could be afraid that your child would fail and you're trying to protect them from that but really most all the time. Whatever you're feeling and projecting onto someone else has so much more to do do you than it does with

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