35 Burst results for "Ninety Minute"

Biden's power temporarily transferred to Harris during colonoscopy

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Biden's power temporarily transferred to Harris during colonoscopy

"The nation briefly had an acting president this morning president Biden had a routine colonoscopy before going under anesthesia transferred power to vice president Heris starting at ten ten AM eastern and then spoke with Harris I don't live in thirty five he resumed his duties as president that point time for the roughly ninety minutes in between the nation's first female vice president made more history as the first woman to hold presidential power today was another chapter in that history I think that will be noted for many women young girls across the country White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president was in good spirits after his physical exam a day before his seventy ninth birthday Sager

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Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former justice department lawyer cut short a January sixth deposition a leading figure in the trump era justice department cut short a deposition Friday by house committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection former assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark ended the deposition after around ninety minutes Clark presented the committee with a letter saying he would not answer questions based on former president Donald trump's assertions of executive privilege trump has sued the committee and the National Archives seeking to block the government from releasing a trunk of internal White House documents including hand written staff notes from before and during the insurrection Mike Rossio Washington

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Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

ESPN FC

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

"Start with one of the first matches of the day from group. Play manchester united away two young boys and despite having an early lead through cristiano ronaldo goal in the thirteen. Th minute manchester. United fall to one airlangga. Asakusa sent off in first half after that it was pretty much. All the swiss champions who scored twice in the second half their game winner comes off a jesse lynn guard. Air jordan p faulk. The american provides the winner for young voice. Craig to slip it in. There was a story of the game after all. What a way to kind of squander momentum of the weekend you even even lives in amman our expected to still see united stronger than the where against a team who i think of a five games into this season only have eight points setting and fourths or not not the strongest sade and even up to that point eight minutes or so. When he got sent off wasn't a brilliant performance. Yeah rinaldo surprise. Surprise gone go to target and ninety minutes or we lose amman. Not not very good no.

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Biden Calls Xi as US-China Relationship Grows More Fraught

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Biden Calls Xi as US-China Relationship Grows More Fraught

"Us president joe biden has held a lengthy phone conversation with his chinese counterpart xi jinping the first time the leaders from the world's most powerful countries have talked in seven months. A white house statement said both men had discussed. The responsibility of both nations to ensure competition does not veer into conflicts. Let's get more on this now with former. Us diplomat. Louis lukens lose now. A senior partner at the consultancy cigna global. Good afternoon to you lou and tell us this phone call after a hiatus does he represent a real meaningful breakthrough in your view. Hey tom i think it's too early to tell. If this is a meaningful breakthrough. But i think it is significant. As you mentioned there was a quite a height as they hadn't spoken the two leaders for seven months and this book for ninety minutes yesterday which include interpretation that that's forty five minutes of substantive discussion so it's meaningful in the sense that it's important. The leaders of these two countries communicate and talk and try to find areas that they can cooperate and work together. And that's what joe biden has been trying to. Do i think so whether this results in a ratcheting down of tension. I think remains to be seen. But it's certainly a step in the right direction

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China Bans Under-18s From Playing Online Games for More Than an Hour a Day

The WAN Show Podcast

02:28 min | 3 months ago

China Bans Under-18s From Playing Online Games for More Than an Hour a Day

"The gaming banned for minors in china. Now obviously it's a little bit more complicated but it's also not entirely unexpected this new law supersedes twenty nine thousand nine rules that allowed ninety minutes per day and forbade playing between ten pm and eight. Am with the justification back then being that well kids shouldn't be playing too many video games and they shouldn't be up late such that will affect their schooling. Which is i mean fair enough. But whether that is the rule of the state or the role of the parent is something that i think a lot of people would disagree about The twentieth nineteen measures also limited minors monthly spending on games to a maximum of fifty seven. Which appears to be unchanged. This new policy also enforces a policy requiring game companies to require players. Real names when logging it. I mean imagine. Imagine having imagine giving up your minor data protection laws in order to make sure that those miners who companies are now by law collecting information from are not playing too many video. Games that's That's an interesting double edged sword right there. The press release on state media said it is indisputable that indulging online games effects normal study life and teens physical and mental health. I could see that young. Chinese gamers are lashing out at the new rules. One objection sexual consent. It fourteen at sixty and you can go to work but you have to be eighteen to play games. This is really a joke. Know good observation as well. I don't think. I could have put it better myself now to be clear. There's nothing that the chinese government can do to prevent minor from playing a single player game completely disconnected from the internet. If there was. I'm sure they would be trying to figure out how to do that. In fact my understanding is that functionality. Like that could end up being baked into game platforms like the chinese version of steam. So that if you are playing a single player offline game Could theoretically be enforced. But my understanding is there's no actual enforcement or attempt to enforce any kind of rule like that. This is mostly focused on online

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China Is Limiting Kids Playing Video Games to 3 Hours a Week

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:56 min | 3 months ago

China Is Limiting Kids Playing Video Games to 3 Hours a Week

"On wednesday. New rules took effect in china that severely restrict the amount of time. Young people can play video games online. Between friday and sunday gamers under eighteen years old will only be allowed to play between eight pm and nine pm the rest of the week. They won't be allowed to play at all. The regulation will also require all users to register using their real names and government issued. Id's it's of beijing's larger efforts to crack down on the growing power of tech firms and insert itself into the private lives of chinese citizens joining us to discuss how these new rules are being received. And what it means for. Gamers and gaming companies alike is the wall street. Journal's deputy china bureau chief josh chen hi josh. How are you so josh. This is the first time. China has restricted gaming for minors in two thousand nineteen limited playtime to ninety minutes on weekdays and it also limited. How much money they could spend on video games. So we're these new. Even more restrictive rules. A surprise was in wasn't a surprise last month. State media outlet published a commentary described video games as quote unquote opium of the mind and that triggered a pretty major sell off shares of gaming companies ten cent which is china's biggest gaming company. I think fell somewhere around. Eleven percent in prior to that china's leader xi jinping has taken aim at video games as a danger to the development of chinese youth. So we've suspected for a while it's something might becoming but what was surprising was just how strict and specific these restrictions were three hours is pretty miserly. Yeah these new restrictive rules. How is china planning on enforcing them in. That's a really good question. They haven't been specific about it and the way that things often work in china's at the communist party will come up with rules and then sort of leave it up to the internet companies themselves to figure out how to enforce

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Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

The $100 MBA Show

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

"Let's talk about working on that side hustle. A business not going to build itself. You have to put in the time dedicated time. During the week i would spend about ninety minutes an hour to two hours on building. My side hustle. So gilmore on five probably done with dinner by six a relaxed for an hour and then from seven to nine ish. I would work on my side hustle. And then i would move on with the rest of the night go to bed start the next day very little wiggle room right very little time for dilly-dally i know but i knew this was gonna take for me to be able to build side hustle. That was gonna launch me into the next phase of my entrepreneurial career which is fulltime entrepreneurship. So i spent by ninety minutes every single day and i spent at least eight hours during the weekend so either one full day or four hours each day. Working on my side hustle. The reason why. I did it every day and not to say hey. I'm going to spend all weekend long and not do anything during the week is because it's again very important to have momentum to build upon something day after day if you forget about your business for a few days four five six days and then jump right back into it takes a while to get back into it and to remember what you where you left off and worded what to do you kind of lose focus so one of that momentum so i spent as much time as i can every day even sometimes just an hour but at least i can build upon the next

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Amanda Milius Tackled a Hugely Complex Issue in Her Film 'The Plot Against the President'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Amanda Milius Tackled a Hugely Complex Issue in Her Film 'The Plot Against the President'

"Love your work I'm a huge fan of amanda milius. But when i saw the movie i just hats adoph because you took a huge lead complex issue that goes from opposition research dossiers painful by hillary clinton to cia assets trying to Trap george popadopoulos in british. Pob stu mike. Flynn being accused of doing something. That was absolutely his duty to do. All the way through you know the russia collusion hoax on capitol hill. And you crunched into what one hundred minutes ninety minutes. Ninety minutes yeah. Amazing is left when we we know we have over seventy hours of footage and we did forty interviews thirty five interviews and forty days a month and a half. Yeah and then. The way that i know i did it in under one hundred days is because when i first got out of the administration the first thing i did is come do an interview with you here and this was before the with ten days after you left something literally ten days after i left and i hadn't even announced the movie announced it. I don't even think i announced it. I said i was doing a project. And you knew what it was. But i didn't even announce it and you were like. Are you gonna finish this project. And i don't know by the election. And i was like that's a hundred days away. Yes i am going to do it and you were like and it's amazing. I mean no congratulations crazy. So everybody needs to see it. Amanda melissa's maybe the plot against the president p movie dot

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How and When to Fuel Your Body While Running a Half Marathon

Another Mother Runner

02:32 min | 4 months ago

How and When to Fuel Your Body While Running a Half Marathon

"If any in place for fuelling during a half marathon before during after. I greatly appreciate it. Thanks so in a word girlfriend. Yes you need. You need to taking calories during a half marathon. I mean what a world of difference it'll make and also need to be drinking sooner than mile ten. You didn't ask about drinking. But i'm gonna chime in with that the adage as well. Yeah absolutely apps and this is something that i would say across. The board makes a difference the first time you do it right. Like people kind of get a little gun shy about two he and calories because they might think about their stomachs not being super tolerant of that or maybe they're nervous about you know i'm out here to run to lose weight or whatever and i don't want to take him calories and kind of go against that but i will quote. Coach jen harrison. Here she's like people never gained weight during what they ate during work from what they work and it only helps you go faster and farther and feel better right and i mean it's basically just a you know a pretty simple gas take kind of metaphor. Your muscles can only hold so much like agenda which is easily accessible fuel right. It comes in the forms of sugar basically when when you take it in sports nutrition and so sixty you have about. I mean ninety minutes worth of glycogen your muscles right but but the reality is is. It's you know you can't get down. You can't let your warning like come on before you start to refill and an expected to be you know it's going to go down no matter what over the course of a race but we want to kind of keep it as topped off possible. That's the easiest way to explain it. Yeah yeah yeah so you specifically mentioned gels christine which we appreciate us. We love our longtime pals at goo so They recently am. I think you saw at that infographics that goo released showing you know when to start to fuel and their chart says to Start with the gel five minutes before the start so. I think that's intriguing because i think most people are a lot of people probably think like. Oh it's when i started. You can actually kind of prime that pump back to the Gas tank analogy of getting it taking five minutes before so you think about that while you're in the starting corral and you wanna be taking in calories with liquid either water or noon every forty five minutes or

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Officer Dead, Suspect Killed in Violence Outside Pentagon

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Officer Dead, Suspect Killed in Violence Outside Pentagon

"A Pentagon police officer is dead after an attack outside the massive military headquarters officials say the officer died after being stabbed on a bus platform steps from the Pentagon gunfire was exchanged and they were wrong there were several casualties Pentagon force protection agency chief Woodrow Qusay would not give further details but officials said the suspect was shot to death and there was no further threat the Pentagon was locked down for about ninety minutes defense chief Lloyd Austin says flags over the complex will fly at half staff in the fallen officer's honor Sager made Connie at the Pentagon

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Pentagon And AP discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Pentagon And AP discussed on AP News Radio

"Gunfire outside the Pentagon this morning led to multiple injuries in the massive military headquarters going on lockdown well the incident happened on a metro bus platform just steps away from the Pentagon itself in AP reporter heard multiple gunshots another heard an officer yell shooter roughly ninety minutes later the Pentagon's police force tweeted the incident scene was secure and the lockdown was for the most part lifted neither

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Megan S. Smith on the Inspiration Behind Her Film "bOObs"

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Megan S. Smith on the Inspiration Behind Her Film "bOObs"

"Lead you to create such a controversial film like boobs. My my husband passed away from cancer. Twelve years ago and i had three dear friends die of breast cancer and i started to make a film about alternative cancer therapies and when i noticed ten minutes of my ninety minute film whereas on breast cancer screening mammography mostly on what we could be doing instead. I stopped editing other film and put out this one a short and then it got this one got picked up as a by a distributor out of la they said expanded into ninety minutes and will distribute it for you. So so. that's what happened awesome. That's awesome now before this whole issue with cancer came into your life. Were you like the average woman who would go for mammograms and screenings like everybody else. I was idea. Remember the last time i had a mammogram. Which is probably before. I started filming probably about seven years ago now in a standing there and getting breast radiated in it's hurting lang cac. Is there squishing it. And they're like. Oh we have to keep squishing a little bit more on like no. Don't this is really painful. And they kept compressing. Unlike that's it. I am done. I gotta find some way. And luckily i was talking to ben johnson now deceased unfortunately but Ben was the one who said yeah. Mammograms nanna now more radiation than they're letting on and look at this democracy for an ultrasound together so i did really

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What Exercise You Should Be Avoiding Before Going to Bed

The Dad-Splanation Podcast

02:41 min | 5 months ago

What Exercise You Should Be Avoiding Before Going to Bed

"We're talking about the one exercise that you need to stop doing before bed. So let's face it guys. Finding time to exercise is important. We know this you know even when you have to keep a busy schedule. We know that it's important to find time to exercise. That doesn't mean there's never a bad time to work up a sweat you know. Surprisingly the experts are seeing that exercising at night could be negatively. Impacting your sleep. So if you're the type of person that likes workout at night and you're finding it hard to fall asleep. This is the episode for you. I suppose it's a good thing that you're working out in the first place. That's a big ole gut for you. My friend you know really but again sleep is also just as important and i argue probably more important. So let's try and get some rest so you can see those true gains from all that work that you're putting in at the gym. Well worth outs are okay to do before jumping into bed. There's one kind of exercise in particular that could be keeping you awake at night and so according to the experts at by ward engaging in more strenuous exercise in the ninety minutes before you plan on hitting the hey quote unquote this can make falling asleep so much more difficult and there's research like actual research to back that up now. They're not just throwing it out there and china's start movement. No there's research behind that because that's what i do. I find the research dig into it and and there was a study published in the journal. Sports medicine back in october of two thousand eighteen that found that while exercising the evening is generally not initially more generally. It's not a problem to do that. They actually found that intense workouts. That are done within an hour of your bedtime. Cad am usually does negatively impact your ability to fall asleep and more than that. It keeps you from staying asleep. You know it's one thing trying to get to sleep but when you spend so much time to sitting there laying there counting sheep trying to get the senior finally fall asleep. Just wake up thirty minutes. Later i should you know i think i tell you that. This is not good because it essentially reduces the quality of your overall

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Euro Final: England vs Italy Betting Prediction

Racing Post

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Euro Final: England vs Italy Betting Prediction

"I emotional overriding feeling as you. Assess england versus. It's with no emotion and just two football teams. Yes typical is. There are a lot of of am. I think. I think it's going to be a really tight one drawer. Ninety minutes would obviously applied off in both of the the seventh which went to extra time. So you know. I've seen 'em about nine thousand nine hundred ten and so that. That would be the way i'd be looking at. It is a real difficult to try and separate the emotion out and we always say. Don't bet when you feel so emotional about about the teams in that you know about my own because of that reason so you know i'm looking at it from a point of view and thinking it will be a really taught game both both teams as well. I think will will obviously approach made with the fear of not wanting to lose rather than going to win and we've seen that from from both teams in the tournament maybe more so england. Italy attacked a bit more but we saw them of sitting defensive at times as well so that would be would be looking at george ninety

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South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open

"There is a two way tie on top of the leaderboard after an incomplete first round of the U. S. open Russell Henley is in it for under after nearly sixty seven joined by the south African Louis whose taste in who was one of many players who didn't finish you're doing ninety minute fog delay at the start of the day Francesco Molinari and Rafa Cabrera bail next at three under and Brooks KEPCO joins the decking **** yama and Xander Schauffele flight well placed among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo started with a two hundred seventy three Phil Mickelson a four over seventy five I'm Graham like us

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Putin Responds to Being Called 'Killer' by Biden

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:44 min | 6 months ago

Putin Responds to Being Called 'Killer' by Biden

"Days before his summit with president biden next week vladimir. Putin sat down with nbc. News correspondent kearse simmons. It is the russian president's first american television interview in nearly three years. Here is more from our exclusive conversation. We sat down for a ninety minute. Interview inside the kremlin where. I pressed him on accusations. He's ordered assassinations of his adversaries. The late john mccain in congress coup killer when president trump was asked was told that you are a killer. He didn't deny it when president biden was asked who believes. You are a killer. He said i do mr president. You can hear my tenure up here on used to tax all kinds of angles from all kinds of areas under all kinds of pretext and reasons different calibre and fierceness and none of it surprises me. Yeah so as far as harsh rhetoric. I think that this is an expression of overall. Us culture of course in hollywood. There's some underlying deep things at hollywood macho which can be treated as cinematic art part of us political culture where it's considered normal by the way not here not consider normal here. I don't think i heard you on a the question that direct question to answer. I did answer. I'll if you let me. I've heard dozens of such accusations especially during the period of some great events during our counterterrorism efforts in north caucasus. I'm always guided by the interests of the russian people and russian state sentiments in terms of who call somebody who kind of labels. This is. not something. I worry about in the least

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Everything You Need to Know About the Long Run With Coach Jess Movold

Hurdle

02:33 min | 6 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About the Long Run With Coach Jess Movold

"As you mentioned the long run is just this specific ron during the week where you're spending more time in your feet and perhaps the other days and relevant to whatever it is that you're going after so whereas you could be training for a ten k and you're long run would be six eight miles max versus training for a marathon. Where over time amo. That long bryden gets up. Eighteen nineteen twenty excetera depending on your training plan now for someone gearing up for their long run. What are a few things that you would recommend to them to do. What you prepare. Well i think to take it seriously. You know to put it on your calendar on a day where you feel you know i think yes. The long run falls on the weekends for so many. But it doesn't have to be your training plan. Be customized to your schedule that works best but it does need to be pretty routinely placed within that you know seven day block that you can buy or ties it you can you know. Commit to ninety plus minutes because technically that's where the long run turns into the long run ninety minutes or more you know you want to be able to make it routine so prioritizing it mentally managing expectations and knowing that the purpose of the long run is to complete it you know and i think it's an opportunity to work through mental obstacles mental hurdles mental things that are challenging learning how to work through them. It is the absolute perfect time to introduce fuelling. If that's new for you to find a source of fuel that you can work with or see if it works for you and clean outs. Bathrooms plan out water. Stops things that you can get ahead of you know on race day. Where setup there's potties you know in a perfect world. There's places to go to the bathroom. There's water and or other sources of hydration but the long run. It's all up to you so that's a good time to wear that outfit so you don't look at the finish line to bring the fuel to try out a hydration pack Not to try out new shoes. You can get new shoes and you know i would suggest four to six miles in a new pair of shoes and if it works then introduce them into your long run but the the best part about the long run is he. Just go and get it done.

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Congressional visit to Atlanta spa shooting sites decries anti-Asian hate

AJC Briefing

02:40 min | 8 months ago

Congressional visit to Atlanta spa shooting sites decries anti-Asian hate

"Outdoor vigil at mceachern memorial united methodist church in powder springs celebrated. The lives of dana johnson. Patrick he and cynthia lindsay key died on christmas day. Johnson and lindsay died within hours of each other on january twenty first. The ninety minute ceremony was filled with tears. Laughs and calls for those gathered to live with joy and to take the pandemic seriously. Cobb education leaders have been criticized for the districts response during various moments of the pandemic including some. Who didn't wear face masks during a january school board meeting. I want people to know this isn't a joke. And it's affecting people lindsay's daughter lindsay cows said about the pandemic during an interview after the vigil. Meanwhile members of the congressional asian pacific american caucus traveled to metro atlanta on sunday to visit the sambre sites of this month's deadly spas shootings into call attention to hate crime laws and growing anti asian hate in america the visiting lawmakers who were joined by members of georgia's congressional delegation and state representatives followed the deadly path from march sixteenth. That claimed eight lives with six of them. Being women of asian descent. The trip paid respects to the victims of the tragedy. She ouseba tan. Tao fong delina. Leon and paul. Andre michaels were shot and killed at a spa in cherokee county. Young a au soon chung park soon. Chalk him and young grant were shot. Later at to atlanta's pause the first stop for the chartered. Bus tour was young's asian massage in acworth and finally three dozen people were displaced sunday morning. When a fire swept through lawrenceville apartment complex authorities said the blaze ripped through all three floors and the attic of a building at the anzio apartment. Homes on sweetwater road. Gwinnett fire department. Spokesman lieutenant justin wilson said investigators were sent to the complex about six thirty. Am after nine one. One caller reported smoke coming from their neighbor's apartment on building eighteen. When crews arrived at the scene they saw smoke and flames in the center of the building. One of the occupants of the building told investigators he was asleep when the fire started but was startled awake by his smoke alarm after he noticed the fire on the back side of the building. He escaped his apartment through the front door. That's all for today. Check back each weekday morning for more from the atlanta journal constitution or go to ajc dot com. Have a great day spoken layer.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Days a week in ninety minutes is it one eight hundred got junk dot com road to the White House today is super Tuesday primaries in fourteen states could bring some clarity to the democratic presidential sweepstakes after Joe Biden's win Saturday in South Carolina Pete Buddha judging Amy clover shark each ended their campaigns and went to Texas to endorse Biden Democrats want well bomber Kerr not scrap it the government of Russia's protect our children was why not raise your taxes and make promises again yeah they join us president trump went to Charlotte North Carolina also voting today boasting that no Democrat has even a chance of beating him eight months from now we're going to defeat the radical socialist we're going to win the state of North Carolina in a landslide we wanted last time we're gonna win at this time one third of the delegates needed to secure the democratic nomination are up for grabs today Richard Cantu ABC news somebody Jersey's first news five eighteen traffic in the news this hour now here's New Jersey fast traffic starting off of route eighty eastbound at exit sixty eight the offramp from the local lanes to seven ninety five shut down because of an accident investigation turnpike truck lanes northbound south of a day up to fourteen close because of construction and then the car lanes northbound south of fourteen I've got construction blocking the left lane and also on the turnpike northbound exit for there's construction the left and center lanes closed there now leaving New Jersey at the GW bridge views the lower deck it's easy pass only link and telling your financing that the Holland tunnel no reported delays at the Delaware River crossings this report sponsored by NJM insurance group NJM insurance.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"ninety minute" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Like ninety minutes I guess a ninety minute drive from like Vegas is that what they said yeah so at like all the hotels in Vegas again excited because a good start filling up because all these Roswell crazy people show up at area fifty one looks somebody's going to head that way yeah a call to get shot now three the aliens the taken that's the whole goal is it means that somebody said I made it to area fifty one and this is what I found it it's Alfa passed out with the Hey with right all along but no it's true because that's where the employees actually fly out yeah the flyer the Vegas airport right and it's known like that you know some of the plane to leave there are from area fifty one they're flying the employees in it out because you're you work in the middle of nowhere it's a military base a working military base where they test new like bombs and stuff they don't want you anywhere near this place not because the aliens because of what they're destined to probably nothing there anymore it's all in area fifty two let her act in fifty three wares area fifty two somebody knows how I know all area fifty two in Utah is a real yes right yeah his somewhere the mountains in Utah is sure of I don't know where exactly but that's where it is you hear that from me there no I shouldn't say that on there yeah if you're gone tomorrow we know what happened to the ten other people heard it men in black are gonna come after you just kidding alright mate there's another development maybe can we do this actually can I read this about the increase and the spike in this kind of web traffic because of all this talk of area fifty one okay before even mention it because we have this conversation off the did either one of you know anything about this ever before hand to hand to god I had no idea I never heard of it before and I'm glad I didn't I think it's made up I think I news until you hear who it's from okay is it a lot of companies go to this site for legitimate like web traffic studies that I think we can mention it because it's a legit also when it comes to advertising it's you know it's interesting well according to porn hub go there all the time which actually is one of the most heavily trafficked sites in the world like fortune five hundred companies go to them too get studies and web traffic where people going where they're coming from we absolutely okay well according to them ever since this whole thing popped up crazy the searches for alien porn have sky rocketed they get people dressed up like he T. and what is he doing I have no.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Twenty five years ago, I was retail sales rep for a large organization and couldn't listen to your show because I was busy with customers on the floor during your broadcast hours. So what I did was I bought a boombox back in the early nineties and got a ninety minute tape, and I record half of your show in one side and had a timer set and would record the other half of your show on the other side of the tape. And then I had an hour and fifteen minute drive to and from work and would listen to your show. I listen to the first half of your show that day driving home, and I've listened to the, the end of the show driving to work the next day and then do the whole thing over again. It's I can't tell you how much I enjoy twenty four seven and having the ability when I'm busy, and I can't listen to your show during the day, obviously, the work that I can touch it when it's convene. For me. So love the product and really, really appreciate it rush. Well, thank you. I appreciate that very much. This is you've been you've been with us this long, and you have found ways to maximize the flexibility in order not to miss the that's worth something. That's why I I don't know how long your subscription goes. But if you hang up, or don't hang up. Hang on, after we hang up here, Mr. Snerdley, will pick the phone backup and I wanna put together a little goody package for you and then comp your membership for the rest of your life because you have, it's, obviously you you've you've spent a lot of time here with with us. And I, I can't tell much appreciated. So don't hang up, and don't worry whatever you give us will remain private. The external internal provocateurs will not be told anything and I can't, I can't thank you enough. I, I remember hearing from people back in those days that they would find ways to. Record on cassette. There was even a guy that manufactured a cassette recorder that he wanted us to advertise the program that did this. I mean, this is this before, CD's and DVD's. Well, it wasn't before CDs, but CDs recordable CDs were not popular yet. They had not made their way into the home consumer market. So people are still recording on cassettes. And it was it was requiring a lot of effort for people to do it. If dazzled us, and blew us away. So Michael, thanks again. A quick time out here. We will take the break and be back in continue before you know he didn't start it. But it'll be happy to finish it. Rush on the feed network. News Radio twelve hundred.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Into a ninety minute commute for more than two years after high school. Hank earned an MBA from depaul, university, and began his professional life real estate. Sometimes he had to Vic people person did not follow the guidelines the rules. You know you have to enforce the rule. So that was never a struggle for me. If I needed to evict someone I can Vic somewhat he started his own construction company, but then came the two thousand seven recession and the family event of private matter that sparked to kind of spiritual awakening by to make some decisions in older. What was most important making a lot of money or trying to? Yield to your call, which probably included that big a lot of money and yielded. Hank has since spent his life advocating for low cost housing, developer, and founder of the community housing, nonprofit. He owns a small nine unit building that has been filled with formerly homeless veterans and some families too. But since he'd earned almost nothing from the nonprofit his family had long relied on his wife salaries. A bookkeeper once he retired. They depended more and more on the income here and from a market rate rental that he designed himself, and Catherine was great renter, until she wasn't when I realized.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on KGO 810

"But ultimately, you need that trusted adviser that Tra that trusted counselor that trusted advocate who's going to be there for you. And I know everyone on my team buys into that principle. We've had changes over the years, there are there are those who didn't want to participate past managing clients monies, and, and we've had to make changes over the years if they weren't prepared to show up and be there. Then it was the right fit. No different than I sit down with what someone would say, you want to sit down with me. What, what are the things that are most important? Can I add value? Do you have real realistic expectations? Again. Are you realistic about where you're at or you want to be, and are we compatible compatibility is, is the key? And if we're able to call each other day or night, because something's up. Because we respect each other. That's, that's, that's, that's what it's about remember whether you're thinking about retirement, or never plan on being retirement when it does end it's going to end the same way for all of us. So let's make sure we have a strong nucleus of people that were comfortable with the process. What is the process of to the financial planning the complementary? Holistic review with me, I'm going to send you out a questionnaire. The question is going to ask you a bunch of questions. It's gonna ask you for some details. I'm going to ask you to send me back, your statements, I like to look at your tax returns. We'll review your insurance policies your long term care policies, and from there, assuming you give us complete information by team and I are going to do analysis of your current situation, we may even plug your information into our financial planning software. Get every situation, little different, everybody's different do you, would you prefer excel spreadsheet, or do you like the glossy colored pages? Right. We'll send you some links. We'll take a look at take look at everything we're going to do analysis, and you're gonna meet was myself or one of I advisory advocates that you're going to sit down and have a conversation with you about what we see a war. We think you have some. Liabilities. Will we'll talk about what you've done right? And then we'll just have a general conversation of what the next steps are. Are you looking to delegate money-management to an advisory firm like us are you looking to have a trusted counselor in your corner helping you with all those things that, that happened in life? So that's, that's. The basics of the process when we sit down generally speaking, I plan for about a ninety minute conversation because you could tell I got the gift of gab. Probably think this guy ever gonna shut up. But seriously, you know, it's, it's gonna come down to we're gonna have a conversation. And that's, that's the basis of understanding. What's, what's important to you? And then, ultimately, you know, there's three possibilities when it's all said and done, we decide to work together and begin to begin to discuss specific ideas strategies index steps we or we decided that we like each other, but now's not the right time that we said a date for future follow up, or we decide we don't like each other. Right. And we call each other names, we le- screaming. But it has a cost you what do you got to lose? Eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred. Remember, if you wanna talk about good and bad, retire products, managing IRAs at 4._0._1._K's in retirement measuring level.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Would be I'm going to bed at one thirty. I'm getting up at seven I'm going to LAX but should I get up at six thirty or seven ten? Okay. So let me tell you. So you sleep in roughly ninety minutes cycles. And so you wanna sleep in ninety minute bouts. So as an example, if you went to bed, let's just make the math, simple at one, I'd want you to get up at seven because it's six hours or four ninety minutes cycles can chunk it into ninety minutes cycles you're gonna you're gonna wake up feeling better. And then I would have you taken nap on your flight. LAX to New York, which is roughly four and a half hours, depending upon what time you got there. I could tell you exactly what point in time during the flight to take the nap when you got there you when you get there, do you have to go on stage that night. Or do you get to go to the hotel and chill? And then do your show, the next night, I don't have to perform that night. I gotta get up early. The next morning, do Howard, Stern. Okay. So, yeah, I what I would do is, I would show you exactly where to nap, and then believe it or not the opposite of melatonin is blue light. And so you could actually use light during the daytime to keep you awake, as opposed to stimulants like coffee and what have you read Bill, whatever you want to stay away from those because it's, it's a quick high, and then it's super big crash. That's not what you're interested in. You're interested in a gentle, bring you up keep you up and then allow you to fall back asleep. So I would have you napping during the during the flight going to bed at a regular time. Then wake up the next morning to do Howard Stern get sunlight more. You get coffee get sunlight because remember that turns off the melatonin faucet in your brain, and they'll make you much more alert. And what about coffee? So the coffee, there's nothing wrong with coffee. But here's the thing in order to wake up out of a state of unconsciousness, you need to hormones cortisol, which is what you mentioned earlier and adrenaline, both of those are very high. When you wake up if you add coffee on top of that it's like adding week t to cocaine right? And it just doesn't do you a whole lot of good, you just get jittery. But if you wait just ninety minutes after you wake up. So if you wake up at six thirty, and you have your coffee at eight your cortisol is actually naturally gone down, when you drink the caffeine, it lifts the cortisol up and you get more bang for your muck. So ninety minutes after you wake up, drink your first Cup of coffee, stop coffee by about two pm coffee as half-life of between six and eight hours. So if you stop it to by ten at least half of it's out of your system and that allow you to fall asleep a little bit easier. Now, also remember, people have different caffeine sensitivities..

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"ninety minute" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"So. Lot of people who think they're single tasking doing these quick checks every ten or fifteen minutes, and they are without realizing it putting themselves in a persistent state of reduced cognitive performance by context. Switching enough that they're brain, never actually recover. So that's why crucial the deep work. Is this notion of no distractions? So even glance at something else means you're not really doing deep work. You're doing pseudo deport and the effectiveness is markedly reduced. How long do you find that most people can stay in a state of deep work, and hold their concentration on one task before they feel like mental fatigue? So with some training, the standard knowledge worker, can do sixty to ninety minute sessions with what I call deep breaks in between. So if you do what I call a deep break, which is a break in which you don't expose yourself to similar work. You also don't expose yourself to open loops like emails. You can't answer. But like just go for a walk or look at the sports scores. You can then string a few of these together, if you look at elite deep workers like professional musicians, they can do, maybe three or four up to a maximum of five hour straight. But these are people who essentially spend their entire life doing deep work chess players can do the same thing professional golfers who can ask tiger. Woods about this. They can sustain it for much longer but for like the average mortals, like ninety minutes deep break ninety minutes and then a much more substantial break is probably about where you should be aiming. Their here's what's fascinating about that. Is that your basically saying you can be a skill that deep organs, the skill that you can get better at a lot of people are like, well, I just, I'm not gonna focusing or I am who I am. You know. But you're saying you can actually improve at this and that's the key thing. I mean, it's a skill that you have to train. And the fact that people don't realize that actually causes a lot of issues because what happens is most people, especially in today's technological context have been trained to be terrible focuses. And so they try to, like, okay, I put aside some time. I had no distractions and it's terrible. It feels terrible. Very little gets done. And then they just conclude. I'm not a deep worker, but it's actually this is a nonsense conclusion. Once you actually think about deep work as a skill to be cultivated. So if you've never hit a golf ball, and you walk onto a golf course, and you take a swing and the thing goes into the trees, you want to conclude like, man. I'm just not a call for.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on EconTalk

"Modern polling started have ninety minute conversations with people than when enough people got telephones. They started making phone calls. Well, not enough people have landlines anymore. So that kind of polling is is has fallen by the wayside. But now actually don't have to ask anybody anything, you can just find out, you know, what they believe through the acquisition of of of their search history, and whatever other forms of data that you can collect and pay for but even before the door to door pulling how. Campaign's knew how a neighborhood was going was there'd be neighborhood workers precinct workers neighborhood by neighbor who who would kind of go door to door. They'd go to the bar. They go to the PTA meeting. They go to the playground. They go to the coffee shop. They would just kind of canvas the neighborhood in teams or one on one and spend endless hours talking to people. So that kind of Chit chat of the campaign worker was replaced by the pollster just going to a statistically Representative sample of the population, which was replaced by the polling telephone company making a few phone calls of statistical, and is now doesn't exist anymore at all. But think about this glue the incredible social and political glue that going back to the star all those workers going around to the playground and talking to at the school bus stop or going to the grocery store and standing outside asking voters questions those conversations. That's what holds a political community together. It says end those endless. Showers. It's like the man on the street interviewing that kind of you know, a certain kind of newspaper used to do all the time to get rid of. How might go out a lot of people are just talked people on the street kind of Kermit the frog and his trenchcoat with microphones and Sesame Street. Like that was a thing that that people did that that kind of political conversation, which is like, what do you think about that? We don't do that because everybody's tweeting. And there's date just gathered by campaigns. That's a piece of a kind of operation about political change that I find very striking because that's a lot of hours of of face to face political conversation lost and what's replaced it. He knew as say get can often be very edifying. Is there a lot to learn from it? But it's not the same thing. My guest today has been Jolo poor. Her book is these truths. Her coming book. Is this America the case for the nation? Thanks for being part of a contact. Thanks a lot. This is econ- talk part of the library of economics. Liberty for Mauri? Contact econ talk dot org where you can also comment on today's podcast and find links readings related today's conversation..

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"ninety minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"After a ninety minute delay. You heard it live right here at news ninety six point five WDBO the launch of a United launch alliance. Delta four from the Cape Canaveral air force station. Playing is ninety six point five WDBO. Listen to news ninety six point five WDBO wherever you go. My car when I'm on the go and the news ninety six point five and at home on my Amazon echo. Alexa, play news ninety six point five. WDBO is ninety six point five WDBO. Hi. I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender. Let's talk credit card debt for a minute. If you feel you're carrying too much of it. You're not alone. The average household in the US carries over eight thousand dollars in credit card debt ready for some good news with a cash-out refinance from Quicken Loans. You can quickly and easily put some of the equity in your home to good use by paying off a lot of that high interest credit card debt, a great way to take cash out is with our thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four and a half percent APR four point seven eight percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken to learn how taking cash out with a thirty year fixed mortgage might be the right solution for you. And for a record nine years in a row. J D power has ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for primary mortgage origination. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com for JD power award information, visit JD dot com. Subject to change fifty percent. Receive a call for cost information and conditions housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty..

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"ninety minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Onboard lavatory after a ninety minute delay on top of an hour long. Let's just say if they if they shut the line down just because of that. It'd probably would be a good thing. Well, you know that I for years and years and years ago, I did a story at CBS Walter about the about how an Amtrak shouldn't you hit the Dinger when you namedrop Walter Jacobson me works here now. Oh, I heard his perspective on the Cochran show. This morning. But he, but you know, the Amtrak used to you just would go, and it was a whole. Oh, yeah. It would drop down to the track track track bed. Yeah. When did that change right after we did the story? I believe that. I believe that we had something to do with the changing of laws and because we were calling. We all have to have a legacy. I just want to be remembered if I'm remembered for anything I want to be remembered from when I was twenty three years old. And I did that story about about the fact that there was on the tracks. And that's exactly what is that. What it was? Whereas when I slugged it internally the pool on the tracks. Oh, that's what people were doing. I video of all of these these families that would go walk their dogs along the tracks. And I'm like. And I didn't care that. It was really stupid to walk your dog along the tracks. Right. But but they were doing we keep running the human feces out here. And the dog as dogs are attracted that natural. That's like sirloin steak today. Oh, no, no, no, no. The the guy who designed to cut a hole in the floor. Forget it. Twenty two year old Roe Conn picks this story to Walter Jacobson notebook. Sure, I've done some research. No, it appears there's a hole in the bottom. People's coming out. Well, metro doesn't get some money soon. There's gonna be holes in the bottom that trains again. Yeah, they were and they were able to conduct is going into closed the whole before it went into the station because they didn't want. Oh..

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"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"ninety minute" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"There's literally still remnants of that in throughout the script with people going. You heard if pen remember the number, and then they say numbers and people will get so you're gonna see these previously on the shorter and shorter. So you weren't going to be able to complete this thing until you'd gone you've failed at least twice. It turned out people know understand. Too complicated for people. But also, this is terrifying. Our modern age people can remember the number. More than thirty even if they seen it like, and then thirty seconds there. Father who has a pen. Yeah. No one could remain those why that was why we along with somebody said gets paid. But anyway, so I know now, right? Maybe don't put in something. That's that's Trixie eaten into the center of the thing because that costs so because it was you got a problem, unless you do a film, you you you might make a ninety minute film, whatever and you'll watch the of the first of is going to be three hours long or something. And then you watch it, and you prune it down and always improves, you condense it, basically and distill it to whatever you want to whittle it it's much harder to do that. With something way, you con it's a different shape is a line chopping stuff up. It's of nest. So you can't it's much harder to move things. We mentioned move a few. You can obviously you can add individual sequences, but you can't just pull a bit out like you can in film. But anyway, the long that's a very long ons. To the question. Would you have it to another one to which the answer is? Yeah, I would. Now, go. Okay. Never to play for for for things. You could do is. Whether would what I wanna write would have won it. See I don't now I think I'll get send bake consultant could be ready dad now you'll be too. Okay. Rented day was a firefighter. I use a hero. So really, I've likened myself to internationally. Good night rate. -oday name bloke who knew more about fighting fires than anyone else. And so he ten there was a giant oil rig fire somewhere red, oh, they're sending in register. I'm not making this up. Crazy piper failure. I show up to that. Yeah, giddy. Yeah. He didn't. Did he? The movie. He was made entirely of water and foam. That if you wrote up disease international firefights. Yeah. Come on. You can't call him that clothing. Clothing, sue, put tongue brilliant. Just stupid Yukon coli Matt blaze inferno. Yeah. I tell you. I was gonna ask about season five, but maybe read it. There is rented is not. He's He's no. no. Very little about five. Are you looking forward to getting back to linear narrative form mean because we were sandwich in? So we've venture we actually shot. I I'd written. We show a whole episodes. Okay. For the season five prior to to that. Because we weren't sure initially were we thinking, well, we're gonna make snatch. What's it gonna we release along with the rest of season five? I find it interesting that we can tinker with the form of what black Mary is a bit. Which is something we liked to do anyway in terms of the town, which we've done especially since being net. Flicks. We've tried to expand the tone of what it is every season. So last time we even had like a Rome calm in there. You know, hang the it was basic Erom comments some black. Dear it Mary DNA a now. It's okay. So now, we've done this interactive film than what you what wave we call. It gave me film things. So. Yeah. So it'd be interesting to do we can do a whole mix of things to say we could do we could do light ones role. We can do at like to do one. That's like a three parter miniseries. Based on one story. You could like a feature length one all we can continue to do. Regular in quotes. Whatever regular like Mira episode length is about an hour give or take twenty minutes, but but but but they linear so I can't side this season five Lydia. So they're they're what you would call regular stories. So for anyone who was on. I wanna make choices angry. What?.

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"ninety minute" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"So a lot of yet. It's a ritual for a lot of photographers, I talked to because it's it's if you're on an adventure like that you'd back to back to the hotel room in care of all that stuff and then go out to dinner in me. Exactly. Right. Exactly. That's that's the flow. So, you know, that's amazing. You know, we were talking about that in the green room before we started the interview about how technology has allowed downsizing and doing a lot more in upping production quality with a lot less gear. Right. Karen? You're feeling it with the Fuji cameras and near Liz, Anton, you're feeling with small drones in meritless cameras in all that being able to go anywhere in. Actually, create the story when you guys came back. Karen, we'll start with you. When you guys came back to the US was what was your deliverable to each other? Can was it just, you know? Okay. I'm gonna post process all these amazing images and drop them on dropbox. And here's a script that Anton gave me read it. And then I'm done or was it more collaborative and you guys sitting in a room together sort of walking through the process. Well, so both because we get so this is how Anton does the voiceover part. Which is you know, this long interview. We did I think it was like ninety minutes wasn't it something like that out of that out of that? She this is this is it just blows my mind, how he pulled this thread that he'd put in the film out of all that Jaber Javer that we went through and he wrote up a script, and we made a little studio in closet. You know, I I did voiceovers professionally, you know, he's done a lot of this. We knew how to kinda pad. This thing up to sound is, you know, not so echoey in voice anyway, you have supervisor. Yeah. But you know, audio is the hardest thing to do. In the field. I think really good audio. That isn't like base loaded echoing you can't hear it. So. Yeah. So I was able to do that. And and, but we did it in we recorded it in this little space that we made. And then so he had that story and I had seen that. So I knew I knew what he was seeing. I knew in terms of the story line in the thread. So then there were two or three places on location that he'd say so talk about this. You know, and I knew when he said that I knew where in his story that would fit. So then it became alright if we had recorded by then, but I knew kind of the tone would be so I had to sort of match the tone in the field was tone recorded in the closet studio. So that the whole thing could be edited together later without a lot of fuss and muss in retakes. Anton. Anton, visit your recollection of the processes. Well. Absolutely. You know, that's my process. I'll interview the photographer Karen princes on Skype or Google hangouts or whatever a month before. And I'll take that ninety minute interview on I'll chop it up in a million pieces, and I'm basically write a script for them. But it's in their words, you know, it was in Cairns worms. I just kind of cleaned it up in may. I took it from ninety minutes to four minutes. You know? Yeah. We made a little sound studio in the closet of the Airbnb at lake bled. And she whipped through it super-quick. You know, that's her background. So she was mazing at it missile. Yeah. That part was produced particular Thome was so easy. And you know, I love that that was really fun because it was totally collaborative because it was a few things. He used my words. But I wouldn't have said it quite that way in that context..

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"ninety minute" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"So a lot of yet. It's a ritual for a lot of photographers, I talked to because it's it's if you're on an adventure like that you'd back to back to the hotel room in care of all that stuff and then go out to dinner in me. Exactly. Right. Exactly. That's that's the flow. So, you know, that's amazing. You know, we were talking about that in the green room before we started the interview about how technology has allowed downsizing and doing a lot more in upping production quality with a lot less gear. Right. Karen? You're feeling it with the Fuji cameras and near Liz, Anton, you're feeling with small drones in meritless cameras in all that being able to go anywhere in. Actually, create the story when you guys came back. Karen, we'll start with you. When you guys came back to the US was what was your deliverable to each other? Can was it just, you know? Okay. I'm gonna post process all these amazing images and drop them on dropbox. And here's a script that Anton gave me read it. And then I'm done or was it more collaborative and you guys sitting in a room together sort of walking through the process. Well, so both because we get so this is how Anton does the voiceover part. Which is you know, this long interview. We did I think it was like ninety minutes wasn't it something like that out of that out of that? She this is this is it just blows my mind, how he pulled this thread that he'd put in the film out of all that Jaber Javer that we went through and he wrote up a script, and we made a little studio in closet. You know, I I did voiceovers professionally, you know, he's done a lot of this. We knew how to kinda pad. This thing up to sound is, you know, not so echoey in voice anyway, you have supervisor. Yeah. But you know, audio is the hardest thing to do. In the field. I think really good audio. That isn't like base loaded echoing you can't hear it. So. Yeah. So I was able to do that. And and, but we did it in we recorded it in this little space that we made. And then so he had that story and I had seen that. So I knew I knew what he was seeing. I knew in terms of the story line in the thread. So then there were two or three places on location that he'd say so talk about this. You know, and I knew when he said that I knew where in his story that would fit. So then it became alright if we had recorded by then, but I knew kind of the tone would be so I had to sort of match the tone in the field was tone recorded in the closet studio. So that the whole thing could be edited together later without a lot of fuss and muss in retakes. Anton. Anton, visit your recollection of the processes. Well. Absolutely. You know, that's my process. I'll interview the photographer Karen princes on Skype or Google hangouts or whatever a month before. And I'll take that ninety minute interview on I'll chop it up in a million pieces, and I'm basically write a script for them. But it's in their words, you know, it was in Cairns worms. I just kind of cleaned it up in may. I took it from ninety minutes to four minutes. You know? Yeah. We made a little sound studio in the closet of the Airbnb at lake bled. And she whipped through it super-quick. You know, that's her background. So she was mazing at it missile. Yeah. That part was produced particular Thome was so easy. And you know, I love that that was really fun because it was totally collaborative because it was a few things. He used my words. But I wouldn't have said it quite that way in that context..

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"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"ninety minute" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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