21 Burst results for "One Thirty Years"

Report: Pistons seeking lottery pick for Derrick Rose

Big Time Basketball

01:07 min | 9 months ago

Report: Pistons seeking lottery pick for Derrick Rose

"There's a report out there that the Pistons are looking looking for a lottery pick in any. Derrick rose trade so Swisher straps derrick. Rose is worth a lottery. Pick her on I think that's a stretch. I think he's worth a pig but not a lottery pick you know. I think that they're roses still relatively young. I don't know what thirty thirty one maybe maybe Being Young He's thirty thirty twenty nine thirty somewhere in that range and I think that no due to his His his history injuries and etc.. Yeah I think that he's still going to perform a high level. He Still GonNa you know. He's preserved his body through injury and do a Guinness sell back healthy. He's missed extended period time so he's not the traditional thirty one thirty year old so I think he's GonNa be really really good for the next four or five years possibly longer because this mindset is different. I think he's trying to really make his mark in say that you cannot tell the story of basketball without mentioning me. I think he has more all star Games. I think he's trying to do that in accomplish debt. So it'd be interesting to see what happens going

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Israel's younger voters have grown more conservative

Jay Sekulow

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Israel's younger voters have grown more conservative

"Hall American conservatives who view Israeli elections on September seventeenth is a simple yes or no one prime minister Netanyahu will miss the underlying good news about the electric polling shows complete collapse of the Israeli left the secular socialist labor party that dominated the first thirty years of Israel's modern history will barely win five percent of the new Knesset all left leaning parties including the joint list that represents Israeli Arabs draw a combined total of only a fourth of the voters even the centrist blue and white party that is challenging Netanyahu's we could for national leadership is decidedly conservative by historic standards led by former generals despite the distracting headlines about Netanyahu and corruption charges against him the Israeli public shows growing commitment to free markets religiosity and a strong security policy what ever the final results the voters have undeniably moved to

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Bowlen, longtime Broncos owner, dies at age 75

Charlie Parker

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Bowlen, longtime Broncos owner, dies at age 75

"Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has died at the age of seventy five been battling Alzheimer's disease died last night at his home in Denver, after a years long battle with Alzheimer's. He will be enshrined, by the way, in the pro football hall of fame. Unfortunately, posthumously. And about two months. In Boland's, thirty five year tenure as Broncos owner, the team had as many FU per bowl trips seven as they did losing seasons Broncos won three of those Super Bowls. By the way. Nineteen Eighty-four the Broncos had the most winning seasons. Twenty one in the NFL and the second most playoff appearances eighteen bolan known as mister be to those who were informed was also the first owner in pro football history to oversee a team that won three hundred games in their first thirty years of existence class act rest in peace. Pat

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WEEI

"Welcome to Vegas SP nation radio national championship night tonight, Virginia, Texas, Tech, one of those teams will be cutting down the nets tonight winning their first ever national championship for Jinnah. The slight favorite minus one here at TD technology. The total is the story. However, we're talking about ten and a half points lower than any other final in the last one thirty years here in Vegas. Think about that. It's the lowest tech not five not three not not a ten and a half points. One. Twenty eight was the previous low in terms of total for a national championship game into days. College basketball in two days. College basketball, the college basketball that is all about freedom of movement. Three point shot centers who are six foot ten shooting threes. We have a total of one seventeen and a half tonight a first half total of fifty three and a half. I will tell you what I'm doing tonight for the national championship game. We will also break down the game tonight, which will be masked from USA today covered college basketball, which him about this matchup and Auburn Virginia. What happened at the end of the game guy getting hit cow guy getting hit three free throws hits them all Virginia wins. But the bigger story. The bigger blown call to me was the missed double dribble smarting pers- Pearl on the SPN tried to tell the world get over it move on not a big deal. It is a big deal to huge deal. And I bet Auburn plus six I'm not coming at you saying, well, I'm I'm an Auburn backer. So wanted a fan or two lost money on it. No, no, not a fan. Didn't lose money won money on it still thought it was a bogus ending to the game in Auburn should be in this game tonight, not Virginia and Texas Tech..

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"one thirty years" Discussed on Nintendo Power Podcast

Nintendo Power Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on Nintendo Power Podcast

"When I see ads for car insurance, any guesses? Yes. Yes. I actually was just talking about this game yesterday. Believe it or not Geck's. That's right. Since specifically, yeah, that was good. You got it. Geck's, yes. Okay. Anyway, specifically it was get sixty four the gecko. Yeah, sixty enter the guy. That's right. Enter the gecko. Do you remember that title? Our last one thirty years ago, this is August nineteen Eighty-eight. Cami published a side, scrolling space shooter for any s that featured the Vic viper ship from another famous ES game, and it was originally called salamander in Japan and he guesses. You said side, scrolling side, scrolling space shooter. Gradients. Gosh, I have the image in my head. I just don't know what it's called. 'cause I remember as as in Sodom Unda, which the Japanese title. Cheese. I, oh gosh. It's like super funky. Giant floating heads and is really colorful. I remember this I played. I don't remember what it's called, is it? You can even have a power up has a fist on it like a punt like a punching thing like it's got to be that he does not. Okay. Well, I'm sticking with my answer because I know that's where Vic viper was from, but if you're saying featured Vic, viper, yeah, I would consider this game. Maybe a side sequel a spin off yet. Gradients I. Oh my God. Yeah. No, I know exactly what. Okay. I can't. I don't know the name of it. I really don't. I'm see it and then you guys will just, you know, you'll remember kick yourself lifeforce. Oh, my life force. That's right. And the Japanese name was Sodom Unda. Yeah, yeah, that's right. I life force is under the name of the main ship, like honestly, I have no idea. I don't remember the story me neither did I didn't play it, so I'll have to look this up now, but still pretty good showing you goes one for two or three. Yeah..

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"one thirty years" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

Thirst Aid Kit

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

"In a fun class i'm so sorry but essentially jeff bridges voice sounds like something very rich and very very nutritious oh god fuck this okay hold on hold on do you have an example said the thing about jeff bridges is that he has like a very distinctive voice and that's because he's played very distinctive conscious most notably of course he's played the dude in the big lebowski it's known for its like chilled laid back news you know it's incredibly soothing stone ah you know the mom was a fucking dressing on like his day someone who is not he's not he doesn't really have purpose and so it was very interesting to me to see him in two thousand eight shutouts at the nc ion sought started the hallway but i think about the character he played in that and that's like a real villain called odiaum dane first of all great name i wanna name my dog obedience dane like let's just in the puck over dia anyway anyway the quality of his voice this thing that you had thought you knew calming voice so different when it's colored by the fact that you know he's playing a very bad man probably would quite happily kill tony stock right without a second look back you know what i mean like right fuck of friendship he's ready to kill to get his his stuff out there so i want you to listen to his voice here it's very jugular but i think again is that thing the knowledge of knowing that he's a villain right changes here is harris overnights dane aka jeff bridges never cost effective we knew that before we build it or reactor technology that's a dead end right on my right we haven't had a breakthrough in that one thirty years fishing could you have a lousy your poker face just tell me who told her tells ryan told me rush omi rodier pepper wrote your wanna see it when he goes i wanna see it do something for you combined listen again the thing is he's bowled in this we know how i feel about and he's like this big kind of father christmas bed but but hall it's very very good for me like every time i watched this fucking i ran i'm really have overnight stay up until the moment he dies i'm clo my point is i just love jeff bridges it sounds just like again i mentioned this earlier on i think law season about tony goldwyn voice and how it sits in your belly that's how this is kind of lands it just gonna boop like stomach just gets heavy in such a good voice and he does it's you know in all the roles he's played over the years yeah he does like you know comedy the i think the quality that remains is just like it's voice that you have to listen to once he begins fuzzy's gam because he has the kind of he talks not slowly measured measured bitch yes that's it it's measured it's like it's kinda like doling it out in various specific doses and the more you hear the more you want yeah it's just a good voice and it makes me feel things sometimes good things but sometimes that feeling of foreboding where the fuss about to happen he does that really well i'm after go back and watch ironman offer the issues that's all i'm saying i feel like that's the evening snack for you you will be the blue chair near the window you will turn from the corner of the page in the book you're reading and dries to kiss me now.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WEEI

"The guys who lead five this weekend they'll be liberals burning their my pillows or tearing them up or returns agree how comfortable they are no way nope new they're awesome i give him he's got balls what's his name my pillow guy mike i give him credit he went up on stage with trump that takes balls famous liberal i mean conservative i mean liberal glenn ordway conservative which is he he's he's on my team you sure yeah i wonder sometimes he's been fiercely we we pinned up to a corner lou quite an answer wrong vote for trump i really wanna robbie out ruby say you voted for marco rubio guy who chris christie embarrassed on the stage his career pretty much i know and he's just been squish nothing now he says on twitter are used to bible verses that's what he does frigging suit he's nothing me off both democrats and republicans pissed me off twenty minutes ago from marco rubio a roaring lion or a ravenous bear is a wicked ruler over a poor people proverbs twenty eight fifteen you're kinda guy saying i mean is he trying to criticize trump they're a roaring what why inner a that's put that's twenty fifteen right on the twenty eight sixty roaring lion or what ravenous bear is a wicked ruler over a poor people inclined to me and heard my cry and brought us up also out of a horrible pit out of murray clay and set my feet on the rock and established by going to put a new normal i don't know what that has to do with the supreme court or whatever the news meridian's twenty eight seventeen china which is dale with never ask the tough question will work the chefs out yeah yeah yeah did the corinthians of back let us to the question i the bible teaches us there's interactive love then to lay down one's life for one's friends that yes the bible said that yes said which i find weird friends seems like a contemporary word they used that word what's the new test the zero those the word friends one thirty years ago who wrote it l ron hubbard was because these people well anyways demands he urged with his hand can you see that healthy mc bottles swung finger ask one of those waters that i take one to grab one for sure yeah guy great guy i wanted rakia high you gotta ask me wonderful guy what we we can start to start one way or another either way we can go to virus or leonard the floors let's see i i go first our tomorrow second hour a third hour fourth hour leonard well we have evan drellich into they right both we gotta do price i guess because he was really funny the other day we got to give credit he didn't laugh when when why price may that stupid job it was funny though so perfect for boston what does that mean which is good i'm looking forward to talking to drellich because you are looking at prices perfect for boston yes i am i am not where we should begin we should begin by admitting that we were remiss i heard the midday show do the shares today and i wonder why jim rome we make fun of dan patrick a little bit but lebatardshow god knows greenberg golic all these shows the local guys glenn every day jim rome's the worst well here's the thing yes a couple of days ago they mentioned because we talked about right said he's really trying to get into the hall of fame he's literally like tweeting out retweeting people did some interviews on her barrett the podcast one listen to just a loser so so they said the they'd sort of followed up you know we never play his sound right didn't i thought the same thing i thought we never he sewer elvis totally rally cowardice says some dumb things occasionally in skipping steven a and all that stuff rome is useless i don't know where you would find him i have no idea what time he's on he's on tv he's not on i don't think he's on the boss he's probably on some brian station probably true but but i i.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Da said but here's my question he will almost certainly lose his job i i would think so do you think he deserves to go to jail for this so he was probably drinking put his gun down on the floor started break dancing i think he i think he picked up the gun it went off greg you think he should go to jail i do unfortunately and this is going to cut this guy a little slack he's is his shot somebody way he's got to go to jail if you were in a club you do a backflip and your gun goes off i wouldn't shoot me why would he have a gun in the i'm guessing that the person he shot his going to sue him civilly his career is over i'm just saying isn't this isn't sending him to jail piling on oh this piling on this he's breaking the law he's a law enforcement officer right fbi but but he's doing backflips with a gun no the gun was on the ground okay the guns on the had the foresight to put the gun imagine then break death it fall out when he did the flow i dunno is seen fell out right now the words just got his gun in his in my pocket what does he was a flip next thing you know somebody shot yes that's jail wait a minute what pants would be expected to hold a gun if i did completely true yeah i chase your life is basically over i would not send you to the clinton everybody else though wants to throw the book at you know fast track clearly warranted when i moved to l a over twenty five years ago the airport in burbank was called the bob hope airport as of last december it became just the plain old hollywood burbank airport it's not really airport anymore yeah pob hope dude i have no idea who he pissed off so if you were to rename that airport for a more recent famous person somebody alive who would it be in the airport is in burbank burbank because my first thought is always johnny carson because nbc was in bourbon but he's dead he's dead and jay leno no longer works there and then move into night and shouldn't get an airport i i mean is it doesn't trying to think of channel four is in bergen could name it the fritz coleman airport of it he's probably not a big enough you know what films in that same studio where they film channel four is wheel of fortune and i'd say jack airports hey jack van in a wider national airport how's that yes that work nope you're missing something obvious john burbank okay it's for warner brothers is correct oh it's should be the little brunch our lay has an office water james internationally that'd be in some way violating the salary cap rules if we named an don't think so i think it's actually a very creative yeah perk the imagine what kobe would save he found out that lebron no ties to wait a minute and we will we could do this for kobe the arch county airport is named after john wayne we could just pull the rug out from john lane kobi's down there the kobe airport that way you could fly into james coby that is a great yeah that whole point of the question was to get you to say the lebron james internationally like it i do too fast chabra sign with us and we'll give you an airport airport yeah that's ridiculous all right let's do this one thirty years ago this week in june of nineteen eightyeight the movie bull durham came out yeah written and directed by ron shelton many considered to be the best baseball movie of all time bob costas once said quote you're either a bull durham guy or a field of dreams guy both starring kevin costed bob costas really say now mace i'm a bull durham guy which one are you and would you say those are one in two on the best baseball movie list would you put bad news bears the natural something else first of all are you a.

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Texas bombing suspect recorded statement on cellphone

24 Hour News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Texas bombing suspect recorded statement on cellphone

"Sixty four dash on folk boulevard and not far from the fifty cent community garden both were taken to jamaica hospital in serious but stable condition one thirty year old man have a single gunshot wound to the stomach and other thirty year old was treated for to bench shot wounds to the back shooter left the scene in an unknown direction police are investigating the austin bomber's motive for terrorizing the texas capitol remains a mystery a day after his death correspondent kristen holmes reports a video may mark condit made hasn't given them any clues law enforcement says that he didn't really make any reference to motive instead i talk to just about the bombs he made on this recording the suspect described the six bombs that he constructed with a level of specificity that he identified the differences among six bucks and the police chief also said that there was no reference to terror groups or to hate groups and they call the video in outcry of very challenged young man say killed two people and injured four more with his explosive devices wins news time one twenty four asian stocks are down sharply this morning following a big drop on wall street investors concerned a trade war by president trump combined with accelerated interest rate hikes take the steam out of the equity markets the president side in order aimed at punishing china for stealing american technology and pressuring us companies to handed over part of long promise moves to a race what he says are massive trade deficits by treating other nations the way they treat america if they charge us we charge them the same thing the president says the move will make the us a much stronger much richer nation still us businesses are bracing for a chinese backlash with beijing raising the prospect of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies by saying it will take all necessary measures to defend itself correspondent saga megani after the downdraft seven hundred twenty four points or three percent the nikkei two twentyfive is down four point four percent this morning wins news time one twenty five forty two degrees and partly cloudy we're going down to thirty three and that's twenty s in the suburbs moneywatch in one minute on ten wins.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"Yeah you're singling seeing pulse ivan yeah yeah anything with him and nora they have such good chemistry than makes the show worker find in that hotel there so one of those devastating moments in the entire show one of the most devastating moments and tv ever is that scene where everything comes out all the tensions come to a head and they are just fighting i believe that's the end of season three episode four fighting and then he just pieces out and gets in the van shot icon eq that shot of i i wanted to getting sad and yeah and the that is essentially set up for the payoff of the finale of the series which is the next time they each other is one thirty years later later so yeah so before we get to that a couple more things first of all the next episode is mad and matt focused and it's them on the cruise boat which is absolutely insane episodes of the line but that's not i remember though it's ridiculous yes he is they are bunch of hedonist or two and believe that is god and then there's actual god knew what did you guys make of god the guy calling himself god he has the same powers kevin yeah i know i didn't know on kind of the higher level of like full of shit or not i was less like for me i just i think that actors really good and i love what they did with like him making like i like that he even shakes matt you know that to me like works really well i don't know i guess i've never really thought about if i have an answer to so remember this is the same guy kirk actually pick this up what would he lives frazier.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Of doing a reverse mortgage at that point it was fantastic because the reverse mortgage his house is probably worth about i don't know i would say million one somewhere in that ballpark maybe it's a million to i don't know i haven't looked but if you had a house is worth a million one thirty years from now you retire if it appreciates it a couple of percent it's worth a couple of million dollars a couple of million bucks goes a long way in retirement even if you want to stay in the house which she probably wouldn't because it's a it's a big house designed for kids and i helped them get into it because i it was purely selfish so i help them get into that problem i've been a probably have to help them get out of it but he could downsize at that point he's got two million dollars of equity he could you know at that point spend a million dollars and pay cash and he's got a million dollars in a retirement account so it's not the end of the world but he's got to be able to afford to make the payments fortunately his wife now has some kind of a part time job i'm sure she's not making a lot but anything at this point is enough to help them out so we're talking solutions here postponed retirement's one of them get a better paying job i don't think he can he works for my other son so that ain't gonna work.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Of doing a reverse mortgage at that point fantastic because the reverse mortgage his house is probably worth about i don't know i would say a million one somewhere in that ballpark maybe it's a million to i don't know i haven't looked but if you had a house that was worth a million one thirty years from now you retire if it appreciates it a couple of percent it's worth a couple of million dollars a couple of million bucks goes a long way in retirement even if you want to stay in the house which she probably wouldn't because it's a it's a big house designed for kids and i helped them get into it because i it was purely selfish so help them get into that problem probably have to help them get out of it but he could downsize at that point he's got two million dollars of equity he could you know at that point spend a million dollars and pay cash and he's got a million dollars in a retirement account so it's not the end of the world but he's got to be able to afford to make the payments fortunately his wife now has some kind of a part time job i'm sure she's not making a lot but anything at this point is enough to help them out so we're talking solutions here postponed retirement's one of them get a better paying job i don't think he can he works for my other son so that ain't gonna work reducing retirement plan contributions and focusing on other debt.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"That stuff so there that is worried also about another you know running out of tax money advantage as program is the case with most that other like retirees most people for don't sure take advantage of and it's free so money i don't know if they heard from me talk the government about this if but you i have actually kids did report on this i've ever report in fact on parents a couple of times could save because more than motley two fool thousand bucks maybe a year a couple of years ago year on ago child care costs actually studied but more than this half whole thing of them out leave graf that money that out on the did table all the math sixty seven so that percent i didn't in have fact to according i to belong leslie it albrecht kind of makes some sense sixty seven percent know that they could save but the on way childcare it goes costs is like this with a tax break called obviously the dependent if you need care the flexible income spending ah account and you're but only expecting forty four to percent live actually use for one thirty years and it's that 62 doesn't make a lot of one sense folks of the others got a very high likelihood of that happening with modern health care technology and science then postponing social security makes a good deal of sense for the survivor and certainly getting those inflationadjusted paychex times too because there's two of you for many many many years to come seems to be a really wise thing to do now clearly if you die early it's probably not as good a deal because via die early and you don't need the money you could have reinvested that money and gotten perhaps a decent rate of return so the question then became what rate of return.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

"To those three questions and the idea that the educational system is teaching our kids to live in a box that no longer exists or will no longer exist in wilmington the truth is that the economy is changing much more slowly than people realize the hightech sectors that you're talking about only a small part of the economy the world is changing a lot more between 1945 in the seventy seven has no one thirty years so above i'm specifically talking about the uh thinking creatively in thinking out of the box to be able to adapt to whatever comes yeah so i mean it let me let me put it this way that is if we could do something much less than that it would be a big improvement over what we have an me right now just to get kids able to read and write and do basic math would be improvement for a lot of them in creativity most jobs they're not creative so meaning like it'd be great you get people to be creative but if you could just get basic skills up to a reasonable level that would be a lot better than what we have so so um if you had a you know uh 10yearold the you're raising now didn't are they going to you have an eight year old yeah okay are you preparing them for college as it is now a basically so i mean a lot of what i say my book is that even though the world is changing dramatically colleges been walked in the same system for about a thousand years and the here's the amazing thing modern employers keep heavily rewarding people with fancy college degrees even though it doesn't seem like it's like they're adapting to the modern world very well and my main story is the point of college isn't really to train people for the future anyway it's real it's more to jump through a bunch of hoops and show off and say hey look at me i can do what most people can't do this is a big point in the book brian a the difference between a signalling and human capital and you explain what those things are and what the differences.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

"To those three questions and the idea that the educational system is teaching our kids to live in a box that no longer exists or will no longer exist in wilmington the truth is that the economy is changing much more slowly than people realize the hightech sectors that you're talking about only a small part of the economy the world is changing a lot more between 1945 in the seventy seven has no one thirty years so above i'm specifically talking about the uh thinking creatively in thinking out of the box to be able to adapt to whatever comes yeah so i mean it let me let me put it this way that is if we could do something much less than that it would be a big improvement over what we have an me right now just to get kids able to read and write and do basic math would be improvement for a lot of them in creativity most jobs they're not creative so meaning like it'd be great you get people to be creative but if you could just get basic skills up to a reasonable level that would be a lot better than what we have so so um if you had a you know uh 10yearold the you're raising now didn't are they going to you have an eight year old yeah okay are you preparing them for college as it is now a basically so i mean a lot of what i say my book is that even though the world is changing dramatically colleges been walked in the same system for about a thousand years and the here's the amazing thing modern employers keep heavily rewarding people with fancy college degrees even though it doesn't seem like it's like they're adapting to the modern world very well and my main story is the point of college isn't really to train people for the future anyway it's real it's more to jump through a bunch of hoops and show off and say hey look at me i can do what most people can't do this is a big point in the book brian a the difference between a signalling and human capital and you explain what those things are and what the differences.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

"To those three questions and the idea that the educational system is teaching our kids to live in a box that no longer exists or will no longer exist in wilmington the truth is that the economy is changing much more slowly than people realize the hightech sectors that you're talking about only a small part of the economy the world is changing a lot more between 1945 in the seventy seven has no one thirty years so above i'm specifically talking about the uh thinking creatively in thinking out of the box to be able to adapt to whatever comes yeah so i mean it let me let me put it this way that is if we could do something much less than that it would be a big improvement over what we have an me right now just to get kids able to read and write and do basic math would be improvement for a lot of them in creativity most jobs they're not creative so meaning like it'd be great you get people to be creative but if you could just get basic skills up to a reasonable level that would be a lot better than what we have so so um if you had a you know uh 10yearold the you're raising now didn't are they going to you have an eight year old yeah okay are you preparing them for college as it is now a basically so i mean a lot of what i say my book is that even though the world is changing dramatically colleges been walked in the same system for about a thousand years and the here's the amazing thing modern employers keep heavily rewarding people with fancy college degrees even though it doesn't seem like it's like they're adapting to the modern world very well and my main story is the point of college isn't really to train people for the future anyway it's real it's more to jump through a bunch of hoops and show off and say hey look at me i can do what most people can't do this is a big point in the book brian a the difference between a signalling and human capital and you explain what those things are and what the differences.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

"To those three questions and the idea that the educational system is teaching our kids to live in a box that no longer exists or will no longer exist in wilmington the truth is that the economy is changing much more slowly than people realize the hightech sectors that you're talking about only a small part of the economy the world is changing a lot more between 1945 in the seventy seven has no one thirty years so above i'm specifically talking about the uh thinking creatively in thinking out of the box to be able to adapt to whatever comes yeah so i mean it let me let me put it this way that is if we could do something much less than that it would be a big improvement over what we have an me right now just to get kids able to read and write and do basic math would be improvement for a lot of them in creativity most jobs they're not creative so meaning like it'd be great you get people to be creative but if you could just get basic skills up to a reasonable level that would be a lot better than what we have so so um if you had a you know uh 10yearold the you're raising now didn't are they going to you have an eight year old yeah okay are you preparing them for college as it is now a basically so i mean a lot of what i say my book is that even though the world is changing dramatically colleges been walked in the same system for about a thousand years and the here's the amazing thing modern employers keep heavily rewarding people with fancy college degrees even though it doesn't seem like it's like they're adapting to the modern world very well and my main story is the point of college isn't really to train people for the future anyway it's real it's more to jump through a bunch of hoops and show off and say hey look at me i can do what most people can't do this is a big point in the book brian a the difference between a signalling and human capital and you explain what those things are and what the differences.

brian wilmington one thirty years thousand years eight year
"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

"To those three questions and the idea that the educational system is teaching our kids to live in a box that no longer exists or will no longer exist in wilmington the truth is that the economy is changing much more slowly than people realize the hightech sectors that you're talking about only a small part of the economy the world is changing a lot more between 1945 in the seventy seven has no one thirty years so above i'm specifically talking about the uh thinking creatively in thinking out of the box to be able to adapt to whatever comes yeah so i mean it let me let me put it this way that is if we could do something much less than that it would be a big improvement over what we have an me right now just to get kids able to read and write and do basic math would be improvement for a lot of them in creativity most jobs they're not creative so meaning like it'd be great you get people to be creative but if you could just get basic skills up to a reasonable level that would be a lot better than what we have so so um if you had a you know uh 10yearold the you're raising now didn't are they going to you have an eight year old yeah okay are you preparing them for college as it is now a basically so i mean a lot of what i say my book is that even though the world is changing dramatically colleges been walked in the same system for about a thousand years and the here's the amazing thing modern employers keep heavily rewarding people with fancy college degrees even though it doesn't seem like it's like they're adapting to the modern world very well and my main story is the point of college isn't really to train people for the future anyway it's real it's more to jump through a bunch of hoops and show off and say hey look at me i can do what most people can't do this is a big point in the book brian a the difference between a signalling and human capital and you explain what those things are and what the differences.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In the interview but um she allegedly spoke with the sheriff at the time it but only officially reported the matter last week which you know i'm sure that still hopefully falls within the statute of limitations but i'd be curious why the sheriff john what the sheriff did or did not do with that information be gbs somebody comes to you and says hey just want to let you know i don't know i kinda feel like maybe you've got a foul without but again who knows what she said in and what the sheragha dave through but nib here's imf love you know we now know that that kevin spacey victimized maple many many times over the course of the last one thirty years bagged twenty thirty years am uh uh but i'm and then this one has come forward and now they can do something about it stands to reason that likely there are other victims that also possibly fall within the statute of limitations that hopefully now this one will give permission for some of those to come forward and that the more you know of safety in numbers the more people who come forward who who have had who've been victimized by him within that a certain period of time that the more people who can shed light on this i'm just hopeful that he will have to do not pay for his actions in the in the interview that you started she talk about the alike how this came about the instant the incident uh how they ended up in a restaurant together and yes yeah and so we talked about his well i think they need it the his grandmother lives in that area was in was at in newport or like it when talk then tuck it yep like the cape area and his graham the boy's grandmother lives there he said said this at the beginning of this club he at first i mean think about a an actor who you have admired in a bar and you get the courage up to go talk to them and.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"For liberals go away seven seven for years one thirty years three levin i welcome back to the mark levin showed dan bongino dbongino on twitter filling in for mark by the way if you haven't picked up a copy of march book rediscovering americanism do yourself a huge favour and go out do it today like right now the books amazing and what are the reason i read it slow i you know i i've i was lucky enough i'm totally like brag about myself i got an advance copy this things is great because i got the read it before it came out and you got to read it slow you can read it fastest readable but go pick it up rediscovering american has been here's the reason one of the things i learned over the years doing conservative commentaries if you don't understand the wife you really can't break down the roots of liberal ideology i'm serious when medtronic salty the matt making the some you really well under you'll drive yourself crazy trying to figure in liberals out you will but when you start to uncover the roots of the radio everything make sense every thick it all fits into the same exact template they just repeat wash wrench repeat over and over and over again matter the women's pay get the playbook out colin kaepernick kneeling on the sidelines get the play the gatt mark explains it not the color catholic situation but the roots of all that this book or check it out rediscovering americanism it's definitely definitely worth your time all right now i didn't lose my place i promise you before with the nfl what's going on the playbook is be taken out again and what's the liberal playbook the liberal playbook is this we have to detach people from the idea that america is a good benevolent place because if we allow normal people to believe that and they start to figure out the reasons why they we will not be able to empower the state that's the simplest way i can describe this free it's a little more complicated but in essence that's what liberalism radical leftism is if we allow people to believe america's great they will start asking why when they ask why america's great in the.

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"one thirty years" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"one thirty years" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"They're not dreamer no no they're thieves earthquake in bright star hitler thieves in my worldwide john you're right or the'security to bruce but they were brought his children i don't care they're still thieves sakes if them is how i would explain to spruce if the people robbing the bank came in the robbed the bank and had their children with them are they still not all thieves would know the kids get heat the money all i see if they keep the money okay yoga you rub of bank the kids your kids get the money to the courts have to let them keep it i would hope not but that's a great explanation of dhaka and of course could not true because there've been cars that were really go one thirty years ago i i remember reading a story of a court back go one thirty years ago and wendo court mark who at batard probably pruitt no people went down in a registered like a proper uelmen said oh always not your car took it away from him and the whole thing is it go language and if the media that pumps out the hate i mean green r p dreamer record of all vera girl yep not gears and we talked about the other day i don't know if they heard us the other day talking about that bruce or not but yeah the thethese these daca folks are not kids you guys are just coldhearted they were kits warmth will not anymore and then and then is another thing i heard i mean a good guy him today about out the word nationalist has been turned into an ugly word nationalist ugly word why so because the mayor has now been describing what they used to call white supremacy was why is national cheese and win and i know one that happened that happened to really recently and it and it put ugly all or on the word nationalist nine always been very proud to be a national it the greg why are we thought that that uh guy up the economy with now coppola agree what are you know again doesn't that mean and i love your.

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