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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Ooh. That's bad that hurts. That hurts garrard about people who like send like a picture of their dick to like the numbers. That's while there's too much risk and sending taking dick. Pics rather just too much inherent risks. Yeah he was too much off even once. Yeah i've never taken a picture my dick. I mean not not to send anyone. I mean you know when you're young why not i deleted immediately after though immediate deletion all right. We got a bunch of good stuff here. We have so many funny videos to watch. Yeah we've already been going for one hundred minutes. Oh wow our four l. Let's see we've got jail talk. I mean the others get into good stuff by the way the food. Yeah the food's here. No what am i gonna be different other hour and a half. You're much burgers learn to god. Yes just be quiet a mocking too. Much into the mike. Don't worry every time. Well listen. I saw this. I don't know if you've been following this. Okay there's this whole just so. I don't know how people are so dominant operate in this world. So there's this conspiracy theory that by getting covid vaccine you become your. Your injection point becomes magnetized. Well i think it's i think it's related to the conspiracy theory that there's a microchip. Yeah you're getting chips when you get. Which for some reason would that make metal. I mean there's a magnet and you're tracking device like well in some of the video as we'll see like in some of the videos. it's that people take a magnet and stick it to their aren't they're saying there's metal under there and therefore but then there's people that are even dumber than the okay that just stick something that's not magnetic like metal thinking that the chip itself is the thing that's magnetic i i mean none of it makes any sense so so anyway these this this whole thing is just so dumb because clearly when our miss sweaty there's gonna be a lot of tension surface tension. I mean you can pretty much stick to your sweaty arly. Yeah there's a lot of surface tension. I mean if you get like a slick like your aunt's like little nicholas the grease and stuff right and so anyway. Here's a guy who went viral ticked up. Thank.

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Choosing the Right Podcast Format

Brands On Brands On Brands

04:12 min | 4 months ago

Choosing the Right Podcast Format

"Right. How to format your podcast. Why do you need the format your podcast. Why are these questions that keep coming because every time we get started before you ready to hit record on your show. There's some simple choices that you have to make that outline the format of your show these choices give your show the structure it needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. What do i mean. Well imagine this that some weeks show is two minutes and others. It's two hours and sometimes the show was funny. Sometimes it's serious and sometimes they talk about expert topics and sometimes they're just doing comedy all day. You wouldn't know why you're tuning into that show. You wouldn't know why you should listen. You wouldn't have a reason to go there every week now. There are a few people that get away with. This are the celebrities in their game. They can afford to do a variety show but for most of us for most of you starting podcast today. that don't already have that built in audience. You have to be more specific. You have to give your show and identity that people understand when they are searching for you get to give them a reason to tune in every week that they can count on that consistency matters. So these choices you have to make about your show. We'll give it structure the structure and needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. These are the first questions most people ask when starting. When i'm giving some coaching advice. I have people talked about how to start their podcast when i when i coached him on how to launch. When i'm doing that these are always first questions. Come up they come up on. Discovery calls the come up an actual podcast coaching sessions. That i'm running. And i'd like to just get them out of the way here. If it helps you get started awesome so the reason that most people ask these questions because they're like well i've seen so many different examples of which shows are out there what you know. I don't know which one to pick him. What would be the best one that would suit me. So that's what we're going through this today. So here are the three kind of bigger groupings of things. We'll talk about. We'll talk about the bill of this show. We'll talk about the flow of the show. And we're gonna talk about the production of it right. These are the things that would you know that form the basic show format so. Let's talk about the bill. I the build starts with the parameters of the show. This includes the length of the show the frequency. How often you put shows out and the consistency. And what i want to say about that. Especially we'll talk about the links right so the length is literally how long is show going to be. Is it going to be five. Minutes is it can be one hundred minutes. Whatever whatever going to be. I'll tell you this with most people should will tell you is that it doesn't matter right as long as you pick something that makes sense that you know you should record for as long as it takes to get the point across. I'll tell you slightly something different. If your show is an interview you should be aiming for about forty five minutes. Why is that well because when you book interviews. Most people want to give you one hour of time lot of some people that are higher harder to get willing give half hour but for the most part if you aim for an hour of time that means you have time at the beginning to say hello to your guests before you record to get them acclimated with this show and it gives you a little bit of time after the show five ten minutes to recap safe thank you and have any final chitchat with your guest. So that forty five minute forty to forty five minute window of actual content is all you need and then your bolt onto that the intros and things that you're going to do at the end of the show so that all package together ends up being about forty. Five minutes of contact could be a little more. Could be less. That can be a goal for you for interviews. it's a solo show. You might want to cut that down a little bit. I would aim for somewhere between ten and twenty minutes of content. That ends up being just the right amount where you can actually get your ideas across in simple to understand manner and also if you're turning this into something that's transcribed into a blog or something like that. It is the right amount of content that fits into something readable for people also about fifteen. Ten between ten and twenty minutes is about what youtube likes. We're looking at video when you edit these things down you're going to be right in that sweet spot to the right amount of content that works on these platforms. So i i of cilicia and for that there are different formats. If you're doing more of a daily show you might want to end. Aim for something more. That's that smaller quick sized bites but again you got to pick the link that works for what the show is intended to do

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on WBAI

"Brought about this second rise of Europe and the European own take overall of the world was the re birth of white nationalism and a decision among Europeans that whosoever controls the world it would be every European on that decision that Europeans may be has not been broken they have broken all kinds of decisions among themselves they have fought two world walls and they have killed over one hundred minutes the young people of their own they have killed over one hundred million of their own people and three times more all of other people but the decision that whosoever controls the world it will be one of them has not been broke on they have changed from medical coal but that decision hole polls for utopia owns do all political label and I welcome you John is that once the European change from one political label to the other the US some shown is that he is about to make another another we meant to the world he is not and he never will and therefore god created us specially among blacks who are socialist political it and I'm number myself moon the.

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Top 5 Fast & Furious Moments

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Top 5 Fast & Furious Moments

"Thanks to the continued success of all things fast and furious every a couple of years. It seems we get to bring up this old chestnut our top five fast and furious moment. I don't think we retire until they retire. Okay good point originally recorded back in two thousand fifteen after after Josh and I street race through the first six films in time for the release of furious seven we did last revisit this top five and twenty seventeen along with the release of the fate of the furious which which I had no recollection of reviewing the show and just you didn't either but that's Hubert here for it. I'm not sure you even saw it. No I saw it and not the biggest fan of that one. I like others better <hes> so I have an excuse for not remembering that we reviewed it or not on the show. I don't know what happened to you. Well we maybe should have looked ahead to what the franchise has in store or for us because fast and furious nine is doing theaters next. May Somehow we're going to have to come up with another top. Five topic. Josh baby will have to review that one and do something completely original tied to the franchise there you go. I am all for it at least right now with the distance of a year or so to worry about it now before we get back into into the reply we thought it would be fun to go back into the mail bag and share some of the responses we got to it and give everybody a little bit of a taste of how the top five five went and maybe cover one or two moments that you're not gonna hear in the top five. I love this email. We got from Chris Moody in Tetbury U._K.. Now I've heard did all a sincere open properly considered one hundred minute exploration and analysis of a film franchise that includes a flagship action sequence that would defy even the most generous suspension of disbelief in the one in particular. He's talking about there because God knows there's many of them in the franchise but multiple listeners wrote in about the end of a fast six which articles have been written about the fact that the whole thing takes place on an airplane on a runway and apparently if you actually really really broke it down and did the math the runway would have to be over eighteen miles long which does seem right if you've seen it very plausible

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Dunkin donuts, great event where you've out the awards to ourselves. So kind of a little narcissistic by us button. It's all brought to you by Duncan. Go to go get them right now. Great deals for two four or five dollars. Okay. Here he is Jimmy. Tate tro tro. Okay. We now welcome on someone who's actually a lot of people requested when we made our trip out to LA it is Jimmy Tatreau, you know him from American vandal, you know him from all his YouTube. He's an actor comedian writer. He's got a new movie coming out, July twelfth stupor stupor. What is that about stupor is? It's about an Uber driver, who picks up a cop, and the cop is trying to chase a guy down and the Uber drivers kind of a push over in the cop ends up convincing. This guy basically driving around all night. Trying to capture this bad guy, hell, yeah. It's like the transporter except kinda updated who's in it. It's Dave Batista and kumail. Oh, that's right. That's right. Yeah. But users actually great. I just watched it. And like I thought it would be funny, but I was actually very pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed the movie came together, really? Well. And it's only like like ninety minutes. That's perfect. I think a perfect comedy. Movie time. Yeah. Because whenever they try to do, like the when you see a hundred minutes, you know, there's going to be fifteen minutes like this just stretches on. They all fall in. Love those fifteen minutes. Yeah. I mean seeing under one hundred minutes, I'm intimately more likely to click this. Yes. Haven't seen the revenue. Because every time I see two hours and forty five minutes, I'm like shit. I don't know. I have that much snow cold watching, that's the best part because you're like I don't have enough time for this. And then you sit and watch like fifteen office reruns. Wash it there on my phone stupid shit for two and a half. Why did I just watch that? I watch the revenue Leonardo DiCaprio climates had a bear carcass. It's like, okay, the second time it happened. That was cool hours in. I haven't seen it anytime spoiler alert. He wins in the end. He climbs inside a bear. All right. Yeah. I mean it's been out for a while. Sorry. I've missed any type of people being nice about spoilers window on the revenue. And it's I it's fine. All right. So I wanted to start with you getting into YouTube because it's fascinating like you were an early. Adopter, two thousand eleven. Yeah. Two thousand eleven. Yeah. Two thousand eleven. So what did you just graduate college? And you're like high school graduate high school. I started kind of making them in two thousand ten in high school. It was just more random shit. Right. If I was doing with my friends, and I had in the back of my mind, I wanted those videos to blow up and get a hundred thousand us. I remember like the first video I posted in high school. I would like sit there and open a bunch of different tabs, try to get my view count myself library every single desktop. Just open a bunch of different windows. And you know, I got like the video was at between me and the real people who watch to I had one thousand years. Oh shit was pretty good. I used to go to the school library, and I would make every single computers. Homepage my YouTube page or like on my website, whatever that was, and then whenever they got shutdown, they'd open up again. Boom new hit hit hit. So when you start it you like this is going to be a career for me reach like I'm fucking around seeing where this goes. No, I kinda was honestly because my friend of mine in college had a friend who was who is a professional. Tuber know he was bringing on the tube us, huge on the tube at the time he was like, in the top ten tubers. Yeah. There weren't. You're only twenty. Yeah. Exactly. But he told me like what this guy was making. And then I saw the guy's what even is that for about a crash dude? What is that someone parasailing or something?.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Wrote this word, I wrote this imagine asked and actually tried to sell you. An on her majesty one hundred minutes. These secret service edition, DVD Suto, gera- young. They did it. And then ten months later they came out with that exact card Aston Martin. Do you want to name names? Who follows you know who was responsible for this sub? What who read by bullet? Wow. I mean that's funny. That's terrible. It's so great about being. You is you don't give a shit about calling this stuff out. No good job. You have to one of the reasons I was so glad that Dr got bought privately owned friend because it was say whatever I want. Can't get fired production, chairman Camby. What car tech? Ooh is a good. What car in Intech would two thousand five Alex ROY using for cross country run this year and also congratulations on kogo? And he's got a lot of evidence. Somebody taking too much is there a lot of patient. I'm so glad I'll evidence has so much legacy today. Thank you about that. But. Somewhat. I rather not say I mean you'd rather not you endorse a vehicle. I mean I'm not sure and it would be any different from what I did other than I would use ways. I mean you just be have ipads instead of garments. Shit crowd. I mean, if you really going to go all out, I mean to break twenty eight fifty. I think maybe twenty minute margin you could get twenty thirty is possible. So you have a we're a pre a we're, we're approaching the physical limit. There is going to be hard with current technology and one hundred percent human driving. I think twenty eight thirty maybe twenty fifteen as possible. I know this because on my failed run, we're broke down halfway. We were targeting, like twenty nine or twenty third something close to that. So perfect weather. No traffic ipads. The tech is better now used Arnie Thomann him. No. He does like the CDC. He's good. And he's putting some fast times he had this really beautiful light. I forget, who made it like with integrated gyro like built in. And it was really well done light years better than what I had. Of course if one could have two or three spotter planes. It would be optimal to someone you know, crack jokes about using predator drones and stuff. But like this is not. I think it's, it's a lot cheaper to use humans in the aircraft would be more optimal and a bunch of cars, but man, it'd be tough to beat that the real way to beat all this. And I know this is kind of why I work in self-driving is if you had, what's the real if you had right now, you getting a car, you have the drivers driving. You have the co-driver is on the binoculars radios. And there's a guy in the back, maybe helping. But imagine if you went from two people monitoring the radios binoculars to three what if the driver, the driver had some parallel automation, so you remove the spiel him at from, from a parallel automation, augmented driving vehicle? You're going one thirty one forty, but that person's cognitive load think about cockatiel your freedom as some others instead of committing one hundred percent of drive. I can't commit eighty and I can participate in the decision. Mojo an inflow of data and then you get the twenty seven. I mean, yes, someday, somebody create somebody like me with more money and knowledge, but maybe me well. Well, convince an engineer to self driving company to remove the limits because the self driving vehicle. It's nine point six nine safe at fifty miles an hour or eighty or one hundred is capable of one thirty. Move that limit. And then you're sitting in the car, and you're the people in the car are monitoring the sensor, inputs and dial with little instead of a steering. We'll have a dial.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"It's like every other month. It was horrible. I don't even know how we got there. Like all of a sudden, I honestly one day. I prayed it happened again. And I was like, no more. Myself Jesus name we are done with this. Not getting. But it was it was hard. I came back from a honeymoon. And we of course, you're like how many times can we have sex in like a day? You know, you're trying to just be adventuresome of these expectations. It's going to be this thing. It's not and I came back for only have sex so many times a day, especially. Never not supposed to. A million enough. But I had to UT I on the way back from one hundred minutes began like we didn't have argument about it. But I was crying. I was in the airport had it was terrible. And we came home and Tyler because Tyler's servants he came to our house. He put all of our gifts around leg. It was like Christmas like he made them all view. On nicely in my home, like they'd put groceries in our phrase. It was so sweet. And I sat on the couch, and I just cried and cried it was like this is not I saw Cobra your home for Honey. And so much pain. It was horrible. And I had to go to CVS and like, whatever. And now, I look back in the my kind of tearing up even thinking about that's very because it's so tender to me now. But at the time, I had this expectation what coming home was going to be like our first night in our our house together. It just wasn't. Have you TI, and I was crying when I was peeing because it hurts. Hey, you're really get rid of this like imaginary world that everything is perfect..

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Two on Tri: Do Barcelona Genuinely Want Vela?

ESPN FC

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Two on Tri: Do Barcelona Genuinely Want Vela?

"He can be allowed to grow a situation like berries. And he's already got minutes before I expected it. He played what nine minutes Kennedy match today for about nine nine minutes. That's a lot more than I thought he'd even get I thought he'd be just part of the first team and they'd gradually integrate them into. So they're already looking and get them. First minutes that's already a win anything that happens with what is a win. Let's keep that straight different scenarios. We losing he broke. He's he's LA Hoya. I don't think that it's the case every anything God bigots Titians for him in your always because your van and also because he's the is Bryce Mexican export ever because he's size dance. Another debatable shirt wanted chunky because everybody's to. We can't find an exempt figure and your inflation will hold on. Not only inflation you have to figure in how much percentage of future transfers these teams. But you go some. Yes, twenty I do not know the actor that comes some percentage just a problem. So let's reserve this bright talk really quickly close to and all that factors into things. Like, dude. I I don't I just can I ask. I'll watching bettys every week and. His price life politic's price is inflated because of where they come from the North American market. I don't know about that. Because I think you could say everybody has a reason why their prices inflated, I say this Argentine guys prices inflated 'cause he's Argentine or Brazilian Mexican guy got sold to injure. What was it price tag? It was lower than license. But lions commands a different market like chew ki- like like villa like Christian pulisic is this market North America. And I'm talking about the US market. And I'm not just talking about Americans because we talk about US market big chunk of that consumers who you have a Mexican American which is what which is why just a Mexican living in in America. The numbers fascinate me. Actually, it's a really interesting study, you spent seventy three million Christian, pulisic and. Two years Champions League Buddhists again this belt. So the numbers, but with this three let me just put this out there. If I was a sharp. If my goal is European club was to capture the American market, you can see this. But I'm air quoting right? I wouldn't be critical is it you win signed Christian for this. If you wouldn't be the first player at sign if I was a smart executive, and I wanted to have people living in the United States care about my team player. I would not saw would not play for the second biggest eight or even the United xactly that's Mexican players on trying to get out with dig lightness know, I fully understand what you're saying. I think it's a very smart thing to do many people confuse the American market would just being American. If you see if you get a Mexican player. Have you got dinosaur? Tuckey you get the American market correct bigger chunk of the American skin any American play which telling that the Mexican market, and when you do that which running on so price should be inflated. Player. Look at. One hundred minutes less much as I love. There's a very short six hundred team Dr goals, thirty nine first-team games.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"They end up being tortured and eaten by Nazis in. Oh, that's disappointing. It's even more disappointing one hundred minutes. I was like I feel like you were building this something else. I guess the guy was good there. There are a couple gruesome moments, I think he showed some skill and that on the limited budget. He was able to get a lot out of his special effects practical effects budget, but it isn't the best horror movie I've ever seen and hitman isn't necessarily a horror movie. So the only comparative I can think is he's probably cheap and he claimed to be a fan of the game. And he could at least all the people in frontiers are bald. So it would be an easy visual. Translation, maybe it's still some of the same cast. They have when we see people shot in the head. They can just go back to the frontiers dummies and shoot does. Well, a couple of things about Ziva. First of all, I'm pretty sure this one was almost directed by James Gunn, James Gunn revealed very obliquely that he was in talks with FOX to direct a hitman movie, one of the two obviously FOX wanted a PG thirteen hitman movie and. James Gunn came in and said, there's no way I can do a PG thirteen hitman movie for you. Here's my vision. And FOX's like none. We're not going to do that. So they brought in VA, although they released it are they also fired VA. What point it was after the shoot in editing? He delivered his cut and FOX note, you're fired. Yeah. They wanted something that again with a lower rating, they presume they can get a bigger audience. But that's not always the case. Sometimes you make a really good violent R rated movie, the fans will come they'll find a way to buy the ticket and just because gamers are under eighteen doesn't mean they won't pay to see it..

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"I guess that's on the west coast which takes about one hundred minutes. So basically saying that you know, but if it's one of these things where people have the money to pay extra to shave that time off and I'm thinking maybe the business executives that time is money kind of people that are the ones that take those really expensive helicopter Ryan's from like Manhattan from place to place. I would imagine that that would be probably the market, maybe not the market for the people that go traveling on airplanes. You know, at bargain basement, prices. I don't think it's made for people going on vacation. I mean, when you're on vacation, it's nice to have more time, but you're not really worried about that extra, you know, twenty minutes to get, you know, park airport get inside and other twenty minutes goes security. That doesn't matter so much when you're on vacation. But you know, if you're trying to get from point a to point between two hundred cities for business deals and you have several hours to do it, and I think it makes more sense. Although I think we were talking before sometimes you wonder about how much sense makes in the day of video conferencing and Skype and what we're doing here. I mean, none of us are the same that he. Having perfectly normal real time conversation. That's right. Good point. And the article ends with transcend era, says the initiative is quote within reach on its website, aiming to launch service and twenty twenty four. But the company still has a wet ago including obtaining Federal Aviation Administration certification for the aircraft which can take years not to mention the fact. They don't mention here in the article, the fact that the restructuring of airspace is going to be required to have these kind of airplanes operating this way. So anyway, just and Costa one thing you get when you on trying to fly nor out of a major import is being able to land win. The weather's pretty iffy because you try and put it into a regional import oil something without the capability of landing in poor visibility aren't gonna be restricted whether operations. Very true. Very true. All right. We'll move onto the next one by the way, the they in the article itself. It has a picture of the vehicle and it looks a lot like those electric vehicles that we see. You know, like the the big giant versions of quad copter or whatever. So. We'll see how that goes. I guess Robert sent in some feedback force and it's video feedback em I'm going to play it, but it's just the audio that you're going to hear. So let's take a listen. APD crew. I'm Robert here in Seattle at the Outeniqua conference wanted to check him you guys, especially because of that particular company bowing out here. They are hosting the conference here in Seattle this week. Lots of Raymond colors also pan over that way. You should see American Airlines Piedmont back those five museum in, but lots of companies out here supporting, you know, a quality in in the workplace. You guys have always been supportive of the community. You know taking questions and have discussions on numerous podcasts, you know about, you know, these types of issues so bought, it would say hi, especially show. Some of the the imagery may a couple of clips and videos to a folder for either and haven't checked him with the NFL, but. I do listen and watch the emails here and there everybody's doing well, talk to you soon. Bye. Thank you Roberts. Always good to hear from him. He always gives us those on location kind of glimpses into what he is doing with his life. So I'm glad you didn't show the video. He was standing by a very launch sign which is making me feel it on. Well, yeah, that's why that's the main reason why didn't share the video because kind man. We're concerned about everybody's. I want to, you know, set. Spraying angry. Yep. Okay. And I know this pretty traumatic even talking about it as much as we did. So let's move on then to eight. Albert. He says, hi, Jeff, incre- wonder if you and your team might wanna comment on the above link from Wednesday, the third of October twenty eighteen at around twenty thirty z when United Airlines flight eight thirty nine from Los Angeles International.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Pretty simple players that you dribble by adjusted for a ninety minute rate. And number one of the Premier League among players who have played at least one hundred minutes is Adama trae Ori with ten point one. Wow, round of applause for Dhamma trial and who's in second place. Second hazard at three point, nine. Of course we're we're saying ninety. I don't think a is even barely played. Ninety minutes total. This hundred sixty nine. Oh, okay. So hundred sixty nine a stand corrected, but it speaks to our point of like the minutes. He's playing or way more effective than a guy who a guy playing a full ninety minutes unless just give it quick. I'll give a quick bio on Trower you know our boss Bill Simmons always talks about if martians landed in watched a random sporting event. Like would they be able to tell who is the best player on the field? And Troy is someone that if martians were watching a football match and they saw him, they would be like disguised good. And I think it's for myriad reasons. You could say it's the blonde streak in his hair could say it's how fast he is. He's amazingly fast the fastest player in fief in nineteen for what it's worth. He's. You might also like MAURICE Jones drew. Has like a ballerina. I have. I did a little research on trout. And would you believe he said in a recent interview quote, haven't lifted a single wait, no chance, no shit. Jake area just being like, yeah, just do yoga, and you know, and drink a lot of water. No soccer player has biceps that big like, what is he? Where would he have gotten those ups from. Prince who is smooth all the way down to his ankles gets to say that he has natural strength. The craziest thing about Traore eight not to step on your bio info is the he came through the Barcelona youth system and he's Llamas, you'll least Barcelona player. I think in the mall. From what I read. He was actually born within sight of camp. No, so FOX Spain should call them up. That'd be awesome. He is Spanish of Mali in descent. He actually hasn't been kept at the senior level by Spain. I think the latest is Molly are still trying to get him to to represent so awesome play for Spain. He pressure game. If he came on. He played mostly for Barbie, but he did actually make at least one appearance for the senior team at the key came on for neymar. Actually, he then went to Aston Villa played a year in the premiership with under Tim Sherwood actually have a quote from Tim Sherwood at that point. Chari was a teenager and Tim Sherwood says of that time, quote, the players didn't wanna play with them, but nobody wanted to play against him either. And I think that's. That's. A little bit selfish with the ball as a lot of teenagers are also have to say on ESPN NFC's listed at five, ten one sixty eight pounds, which isn't that far from my height and weight doesn't seem like that's accurate either. Now. No shot. He's at least one eighty one eighty five. Yeah, gotta be and he's not five ten either. He's like five, four. So he's basically a swo- feel cut, right? I mean, he runs crazy fast. He'll own ball a lot, and his end product may have been lacking before, but I think we're seeing this season Mark improvement. He's twenty two only still and I think speaking of, you know, back to the subs thing, I think they're manager Nuno Santo has been saying or not saying, but you know, implying, I guess with his his usage of Troy that he's better fit to be a sort of change of pace in the sixty. Fifth seventy th minute. When defenses are tired and they don't want this bull running at them with the ball, if you were going to build a impact substitute, this would be exactly what he what he would look like. So do you think he would be less effective as starter eventually speaking to all what we've been talking about before is a domitory gonna wanna be sub for you know his until his age, whatever. I mean, he's twenty two now. At some point in the near future. I'm sure he's gonna wanna start. He started twenty eight games for Middlesbrough last year. Five in the champion in the championship championship five goals? Tennessee's. STS had seven point three dribbles per game, which is still fucking insane..

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

"Lacquers thing. They just watched that movie. I, I think we talked about maybe last week on the show I believe we do. Okay. And how'd you like it by the way? It's an incredible. We talked about Romeo and Juliet and all that. Yeah. Okay. The immortal Bard. Yes, William Shakespeare. So okay, that's not negotiable. We want you to play two sets to ninety minutes at they have to be difference on. You could probably requests all of our requests. You can probably do. You can probably repeat a closer that's that's about it that we want him to be here Sedgwick. The closer, yes. Is Tom Selleck get involved as then are coming out. Curious, introducing set one, Tom Selleck set to, and then also non-negotiable also negotiable we need at the end of the show, we need you to be replace some of the lyrics of it's the end of the world as you know, to be Kira Sedgwick. Yeah, Tom Celik, they rhyme. So that's, you know, the other night I dreamt of knives, continental drift defied mountain said in a line, curious, Sedgwick, Tom sat lick, and then it's Leonard Bresnan, Lenny, Bruce and Lester bangs birthday party. Cheesecake jelly bean. Tom Selleck TOMS out. Yeah, exactly. And we want both of them to come out from either side of the stage and we'll, I mean, I'll do a makeshift stage. It will probably be some milk crates with like some. Some, you know would on top some two by fours or something. We'll Tom Selleck has his own special effects team. That's true. We want them to come out from opposite ends of the stage while you guys are on and they need to look at each other. Like, what are you? You're the, but I heard the Cl, and then they look out and smile and say to closers, guy's hands up. If you just a little bit of visual description here when Scott said to closers, guys, hands are up in the air as if to say, oh, well, could've expected this. So then everyone applauds standing ovation. Yeah. And then and then you guys launch back into the song, but before you launch back into the song, we need to full minutes of silence. Yes, for for the whatever's going. Whatever is happening. We don't want to predict whatever's happening whatever month something something going on. Yeah, definitely. That's all we need. That's all we need and we set is at least one hundred minutes long. Oh, a hundred. Yeah. I was gonna say ninety one hundred 's better. It's a nice. It's a round around number divide into it. So for saying we song as five minutes songs too many songs. We want you play the songs fast. That's the other thing. Yeah. Like your longest song is probably leave from adventures? Probably. Yeah. I think it's like seven minutes. We played three times as fast, so it's two minutes full song just exactly don't cut out any verses. Don't cut out any instrumental parts, but two minutes. That's how long we needed non-negotiable negotiable. So anyway, guys, that's what we need from you. And hopefully it'll happen by next week because next week I believe is our final episode. Yeah, that'd be great. That'd be great. Thanks guys. All right. Continuing in the mail bag. We have Atta Miller scentists something under the nom diplom- of Carl's junior. Santa's a a nice little trophy for best domestic REM themed podcast. Why he got throat domestic in there. Why? So many qualifiers multiple host category, another qualifier second quarter of twenty eighteen. This is a lot second quarter. Yeah. Oh, in wait, you one Adam Quadra. Can I see? Yeah, it's not even. It's actually court Darrow oh, is it correct deal? But just like all right. Well, thank you to Adam. Well, this is this is I mean you definitely spent upwards of two dollars on that. So thank you so much. This is the most qualified of honors I've ever seen yet six best REM themed podcast, multiple host categories second quarter, two thousand eighteen out of Cordero and I didn't even co win it. You're the winner of it..

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New slots designed to provide for the time starved tv junkie series often just ten or fifteen minutes long perrin child's runs adaptive studios drama production company specializing in just this sort of content we've really gotten very excited with the rise of short form storytelling six ten minute episodes ten ten minute episodes really shrinking the narrative from twenty two or forty four minute links episodes down into more snack oh bites who you doing this for all different platforms i think that's netflix amazon hulu apple facebook you have a whole generation or several generations at this point that are used to watching content on their smartphones on their tablets and there really isn't a lot of time when you're thinking about benching a whole season on on netflix that is hours and hours of time and one of the things that we get very excited about as i mentioned is is more of the snack version of having a full narrative experience character arcs and plot points that are done in one hundred minutes in twenty minutes but surely that's the whole point of breaking bad sopranos or something they got time for narrative arcs and you're you're you're taking that away from us i wouldn't say that i think that one of the things that we love about short form is really the rise of creativity in a confined space and you do get to to sit with characters to know their motivations in one hundred minutes just as you would in a feature length film of one hundred twenty minutes so this is just very snappy very smart editing absolutely and i would parallel the rise of podcasting where you had a breakout hit like cereal on that really redefined what podcasting could be to some degree on the narrative side of this npr show which is telling a true life case where someone was murdered and they were trying to retell the story and they told it in a series of episodes didn't they absolutely and it was riveting content and really set the standard for the continual rise and evolution of podcasting both in non scripted and scripted form so we really see that same trend jumping over too short form video and when you reference breaking bad or the sopranos isn't it sample breaking bad walter white's journey that could actually have been a feature film and there's probably a snack version of of walter white's dissent from teacher domestic dealer in a shorter form series that could go on for multiple seasons you see you talk about the snacking thing and i get it i get what you're saying but when i think of cereal the podcast or when i think of breaking bad all the sopranos or any number of other of those box set as they've often been called series they have succeeded you might argue on the fact that they're big on the fact that they're law on the that they're not contained within one hundred minutes which is what a movie normally is they're telling us something bigger something we can digest something we can live with some we can absorb it's like diversity in tolstoy are going to a major novel and and a sunday magazine you bring up some good points i think though especially with with the younger generation they are also really wanting quicker beats and looking to get resolution quicker and even if you have to really jump starting kickstart that emotional investment i think the exciting thing about this format is working with film makers and creators that are looking at new ways to hack into that character development those arcs those plot points in ways that we have not seen before and you can actually focus on on the craft of how do i go from episode to episode in six to ten minutes or twelve minutes or fifteen minutes and tele compelling story in that it's it's a very exciting time for for creators and storytellers.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on WDRC

"Decade so this is not an action he took what he was president something that consenting adults may will have done ten years ago but that got more than three times the coverage that our men and women in the fewer battle fifteen thousand of them are are fighting and sometimes even dying and the media don't give them the coverage well here's the other thing i know that people expect me to instinctually defend the president on everything i've told people i don't know if he had sex with the woman i don't know if he had a one night stand he might have he says he did not i believe of the president says but but maybe he did and he's fibbing about it the way you might expect somebody to fib about an extramarital affair but as you say it happened a long time ago it was not during his presidency and frankly i'm not sure what the what the implications are if any for his presidency so how do you argue that it's relevant whether or not he did have the one night stand and for a woman to come forward and say this happened and she says it did he says it didn't at that point you're kind of at the end of the conversation unless something else happens except that one of the things that always makes me suspicious of a person with claims is is their money to be made by making a false claim the ed sex or the president but all of that i just analyzed in thirty seconds how in the world do you get to more than one hundred minutes of network news television coverage of a subject for which nobody knows whether it happened or not and nobody can tell you why it's important today and andy left out one care nobody cares nobody cares i mean we're talking about somebody who you know we're not talking about somebody some banners woman you somebody on the street some ordinary american we're talking about a porn star okay so somebody who is paid to have sex and you so well certainly one would expect you to have some expertise there her her expertise on what is involved in the day to day like now of a presidency is nonexistent she's not a foreign policy expert she's not commenting she just they're putting out there to cause problems for trump attempt to undercut embarrass him the media this has been there series throughout the whole time trump has been president is that if the if him bad press humiliate embarrassing and force him into saying or doing something so they can take him down well and you you left one out there because what they're also trying to do is make the president appear to be so toxic that no one wants to have anything to do so if he says i want to get some good people on board to handle this or that or the other aspect of the federal government and he will have people who say not i don't want any connection with that because the mainstream media has painted him as toxic the other one i'd love to see a compared to an it's a story i have spent zero time on the air talking about there's a guy out there who claims to be the son of bill clinton now you'd think that'd be kind of a sexy story i don't care the guy's never come up with any proof he's demanding that clinton take a dna test i don't care you know i i suppose if someday he says i've come up with absolute proof to show that i'm the real son of bill clinton bill clinton denies my existence the guys now an adult if he was a small child i might say well bill clinton is ignoring this child that he has and that's despicable thing just like it was when jesse jackson you know basically didn't didn't do much to support a child that he'd had under similar circumstances but at this point this is the first time i've ever mentioned on the air but i.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Ninety minutes is more than enough maybe one hundred minutes feeling generous like what was the one i just saw black panther i loved black panther but it was fernie dd or it's a long time to sit in a care and like i won't you know i gotta do a lap the needle idea the bathroom a couple of times i cannot sit that line no it's a struggle so so anyway so we're talking about people who saw the movie a quiet place and how people are upset you can't eat any candy anything this reminds me of time that i went to gosh it was years ago now i think we were on the air at the time i think we were but my mom and my sisters my older sister my little sister my mom we went to new york city and we saw two plays and one of them was the pillow something with billy kudrow kuda kuda whatever pella man hello ma'am it could be any number of things right and we were serving and so we bought food from the concessions and we were opening the crinkly stuff the plastic what if you can't eat it shot but you tears and then i'm like i need to open this now why sell it if we can open it here but did you open it slowly or did you just go for the one crinkle then we all got the giggles oh no because we knew the we're coming at the back of your hand ladies and putting their skittles how dare they we all got the giggles so bad and then it made it worse and you're just sitting there chuckles the clown situation from the mary tyler moore show that's how it goes like that with my mom at a funeral once chuckled lockers the guam we thought we were going to die my mom the death stairs and i just couldn't stop i could not stop the death stairs all we were terrible and i'm just like mom and it was someone we.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"As and try and get calls and all that stuff we bed on s at plus five fifty yeah for a couple of reasons one i actually thought team staff could have and should have one and it seemed like he was on that team that the guy position to kind of have the biggest impact and actually think it was the right bet and he didn't play well at the if he had played well he would have won the mvp because it was kind of sitting there he had the most minutes he was guarding lebrun he uh he was kind of their rebounders shot blocker along with them beat who they are protecting with minutes and he i don't know he wasn't one hundred percent ready for that stage to be like one of the best five players in the world what was funny was in was i was really impressed with them beed you know i tweeted that and then you look at the tweets in the foods ruehe woken luke global over your graduations you fund the real is bids good it's like the and beats played 75 games in four years he era i looked it up he's played like twenty one hundred seventy three minutes or something like that lebranchu played almost twenty one hundred minutes this year so i actually think it was incredible that indeed was able to just kinda belong on the court in and do his staying with you know lebron durant curry the best guys in the league and he belonged with those guys and i don't know a bit be increased the ceiling on him now with that said he'd 75 games here either you did a very bad thing just now i don't know if you realize even didn't take my wanna cut it out but you admitted to your listeners that you read the tweet replied and i hadn't heard that in a long time now they're the ones that were underneath i clicked on obsolete i clicked and they're trying to make sure it would go through because the wifi staples was so bad and then i saw like the first two tweets an israeli ho you'll really impedes guenter it's like yeah actually it's kind of a big deal that he hasn't played eighty games yet and he looks at all thoroughly.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"As and try and get calls and all that stuff we bed on s at plus five fifty yeah for a couple of reasons one i actually thought team staff could have and should have one and it seemed like he was on that team that the guy position to kind of have the biggest impact and actually think it was the right bet and he didn't play well at the if he had played well he would have won the mvp because it was kind of sitting there he had the most minutes he was guarding lebrun he uh he was kind of their rebounders shot blocker along with them beat who they are protecting with minutes and he i don't know he wasn't one hundred percent ready for that stage to be like one of the best five players in the world what was funny was in was i was really impressed with them beed you know i tweeted that and then you look at the tweets in the foods ruehe woken luke global over your graduations you fund the real is bids good it's like the and beats played 75 games in four years he era i looked it up he's played like twenty one hundred seventy three minutes or something like that lebranchu played almost twenty one hundred minutes this year so i actually think it was incredible that indeed was able to just kinda belong on the court in and do his staying with you know lebron durant curry the best guys in the league and he belonged with those guys and i don't know a bit be increased the ceiling on him now with that said he'd 75 games here either you did a very bad thing just now i don't know if you realize even didn't take my wanna cut it out but you admitted to your listeners that you read the tweet replied and i hadn't heard that in a long time now they're the ones that were underneath i clicked on obsolete i clicked and they're trying to make sure it would go through because the wifi staples was so bad and then i saw like the first two tweets an israeli ho you'll really impedes guenter it's like yeah actually it's kind of a big deal that he hasn't played eighty games yet and he looks at all thoroughly.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Yeah i mean it could work i watch it a watch one episode for sure they're making six for sure let's get into these dumdum categories as usual were starting with the most the one you want him listen to most so if you don't care about the dumdum award you can just listened to the first five minutes of the podcast and turn it off as you do anyway and we still get your money no matter what would minute one hundred minutes we still get your money up get your lucky bright i have to find out how we get it i just want to make sure i have understood correctly from what i understand of podcast you do get money for people who listen do you want to list do you wanna do this right to left are lefttoright l let's do left to right the english way and not the japanese way uh do you want to go first sure our verse best motion picture drama category from the golden globes that is call me by your name dunkirk the post the shape of water three billboards outside ebbing misery i've seen one of these so odd now what i'm gonna pick a with low the post at steven spielberg his that even out yet okay i've seen one of these yep at a different one from you and i like the one i saw the ship water was very good i would not be upset i wouldn't be observe any any of these one but i would not be upset if the strip water one i kinda feel like three billboards will win but he saw yeah i don't know it was my favorite lead that i saw but it's a little i mean i feel like dunkirk as more of a well maybe that's more of a lake academy awards type winner and golden globe will go a little.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"That would be great is it a totally different armies meet that movie it's a league of their own yeah but he's like of drunk potbellied version the people i don't really know like what nolte was going four with people i think is one of my issues way put the movies like he didn't really have a vice yeah except though there is one scene this is there's not a lot of like oh man this is so nostalgic to see like there's a couple a shack wearing zubers or whatever scenes but there's one partner seen were when ricky comes in to be like i'm gonna come to college here so i want thirty grand and the cutaway as nick nolte sitting on the couch and he's got a giant glass of high sea and it's like before we sugar was bad it's like at all guises like we're you knew that would kill you he's going to die through your vote the first sports will be hall of fame pod we did we talked about how 96 was kind of the cutoff yet and how everything ninety six in after the just became more nuance in the world of sport wasn't just like hey here's a college basketball movie and we're going to try to tell you everything about college basketball at one hundred minutes the ambition became much more like characters with pick a piece of college basketball blow it out he got game which is another movie you know it's a lot about college basketball does it so much more effectively the blue chips blue chips is like the blown out parody version right right it has zeroed nuance whatsoever it's just like trying to show everybody what college basketball is and i guess maybe if you don't know that's interesting but for someone like me who kinda live that it's like this is just absolutely ridiculous the reality is that we just all like college basketball and in i know other college basketball movies that have ever been made and i think i've seen all of them a combined five hundred times uh 'cause you go back to one on one with robbie benson.

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"one hundred minutes" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred minutes" Discussed on About to Review

"Danced as what we got the this is what we get that is good way so four or for the rating of this movie a generator uh i will go first on i had a lot of problems as already talked a lot of problems at this movie yeah and a lot of different ways this was not ugly because again there was a crisp tight movie in here yeah they just got bloated and diluted uh that being said to me it is an absolute bad because at you go on youtube and you can find you know a news report from detroit new stations both win that happened end especially now with fifty year anniversary coming up right watch those get to know the real story get to know the real people the real community this movie it just it was sensationalized it was overdramatic it was just is that was just bloated um so to me it is a bad uh because it could have been so much better some as meant what all yours good better ugly yes so i'm wrestling with bound for good in your context because for ninety five or one hundred minutes this movie is as raw and has difficult and maybe even to some extent powerful a movie that i've seen in a while the story it's it's trying to tell absolutely needs to be told it thousand percent um and we need to know it and learn from it so in that regard it's good.

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