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"sarah time" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:35 min | Last week

"sarah time" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pop Sarah time. It also may be breakfast time for yoga time, but definitely listening time. There are fashion will make NATO stronger and America more secure. If any senator is looking for a defensible excuse to vote no, I wish him good luck. This is a slam dunk for national security that deserves unanimous bipartisan support. The Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, on the measure to allow Sweden and Finland to join NATO, our guest is ambassador James Gilmour, and here's a call from Doc in Wilmington, Delaware, good evening. Jim, thanks for having me, letting me call in and thanks for having ambassador Gilmore's amount of very high stature on your show. And best of Gilmore. I'm semi biased. I'm of Ukrainian heritage. I've been to Ukraine Russia and the Baltics about travels in my past. If the Republicans get in and gain control of the Senate House, ambassador, will they will they vote to continue the Biden administration's policy of large age Ukraine and will they support NATO of turkey the Baltics and Poland, your thoughts here? Thanks for the call. I believe they will. And I'm going to be out there trying to push to help make that a reality. I don't think it's really in doubt. The President Biden is doing this because the war happened on his watch. He had to make some decisions. I think he made some early decisions that were very negative that probably invited this invasion, invited this war, but then once he was in the soup, I think that he had to do the right thing. And I think he is doing it by sending these arms. And supporting NATO and supporting the people in this war. And I believe it will continue. Now, let me hasten to say one thing that I wanted to get out while I'm on the air here. I'm very disturbed by a small group of conservatives that are much more isolationist and they're abusing the idea of America first there. They're taking advantage of that kind of language. And they're really talking about how we should not be sending the arms. That we ought to be sending the money to the border. That the Ukrainians are stealing it. All that is a bad, bad message. That's really the Russian message. And these conservatives are carrying the Russian ambassador. I'm a lifelong conservative Republican. Lifelong. And I don't like this because I think that it is trying to prey upon the resoluteness of the American people. So they need to stop that right now and we need to get together and make sure that we're defending these people who are dying for their own sad safety and their own sovereignty over in Ukraine. I couldn't agree more with you and I would note regarding the southern border. I think we can walk and chew gum at the same time. That is an issue that also deserves our support. It's not an either or circumstance. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo as we go to the next call, of course, regardless of whether the Republicans win either house or both houses of Congress in November. Foreign and defense policy still remains principally the province of the executive branch and the Democrats will control that for at least another two years. So to what extent is it even relevant to ask what the Republicans would do other than maybe funding? Well, you're still going to be watchful of this. All the time, as I said, if you don't have a conservative Republican, I think you have to watch out for as a kind of the craziness that the Democrats put out there sometime right now they're doing the right thing. But we have our obligation to make sure that they do the right thing. And I think that there are things that can be done here. I think we need to be sending some fighter jets so that they can control the skies. We might consider sending some of our logistics people over there at uniform if we want to be sure that nothing is disappearing. We need to reorganize our commerce. So that we're not doing commerce with the Russians and given them money that they can then turn right around and use for their aggression. But one thing we should not do and that is force a negotiation that means that they have to give up territory. That's up to them, but they don't want to do that. And they should not do that. If they give up territory, their demonstrating that the Russian aggression profits and we can't allow that, not in the modern world. If in fact, we reach a point where it is apparent that the Russians have grabbed the eastern portion of Ukraine, the portion with the greatest number of ethnic Russians in the population, and while there may not be able to grab any more of Ukraine, they can pretty well hold on to that. At that particular point, if in fact you have de facto partition of Ukraine should the balance of Ukraine the western portion then be admitted to NATO as a separate country, which would be, I suppose, if you will recognize reality in some respects. I think there are some things that Ukraine needs to do in order to make themselves qualified to join NATO. I do think though that whether they join NATO or whether they don't, their success and their survival is important to western and Eastern Europe. And I think the eastern Europeans know that. So let's defer the question of NATO for the time being. In order to see whether or not that we can bring this out. But there's one thing that you say that I do want to address. The Russians have no right to 1 ft² of Ukrainian territory. That includes the Crimea. When I was the ambassador in Vienna, the United States never recognized the conquest of Crimea. There's been a lot of talk about how Crimea was annexed. Crime bill was not annexed because there's no authority to annex another country's territory. This drafts the Russia's absolutely crazy. They need to have a peace in which the Ukrainians give this stuff up formally. They need the Americas to certify it and the western Europeans to certify it. And we're not certifying it. And therefore, they can occupy, but how long can they hang on, particularly in the face of united western support for the Ukrainians. Good question indeed, David and San Francisco, hello, David. Oh, thanks, Jim and ambassador. I'm going to merge this question with some a comment that was made in the earlier interview regarding the. Constitution being a living instrument. A hundred years ago, king Leopold pretended that he owned the area of the Congo. He called it the Belgian Congo and that no one was the king of Belgium, right? Right. Okay, go ahead for those of us who haven't followed our royal families of Western Europe go ahead. Right. And so no laws of Belgium applied to the 15 million people that lived there. And so then he started cutting off hands and beating them to death and just killing them. The movie Apocalypse Now is loosely based upon that. And okay, well, we're very sorry he did that. What does that have to do with adding Sweden and Finland to NATO? Well, today, what can I answer for you, David? What can I answer for you? Yeah. I mean, diplomacy with the corporate state is what that is. King Leopold basically created the corporate state. I will give you, I'll give you ten seconds to tell me what the hell king Leopold has to

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"sarah time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"High risk camera that handle voice and motion control sounds really familiar and yes it indeed is sky worked with microsoft four sky glass. Tv so the dream 2013 is still alive friends. We now know what happened to microsoft connect. Good to see i i. I'm so thrilled about this. It does it. We're remember like when everyone was like the connect like had so much promise and guess it didn't go anywhere. No there was still there. There were teams definitely working on this. And now we're seeing that you know the fruits of their labor for ninja joke. I mean everything did well for television watching that. Nobody wanted in. Twenty thirteen is in the sky. Glass tv yeah. I guess the jury is out on whether we still want it or not. Nope i'm right here. And i say they did say that. There's there's there's a huge opportunity for this and to be honest it feels like a product. Whose moment is come. We really turn a corner throughout the pandemic when we kind of accelerated five years in terms of user attitudes to things like video conferencing when zoom and similar. Av communication technology is now something that everybody knows or at least the colloquially everybody i think that now the idea of these smart televisions and having these kinds of social features are just more of a reality than they would be otherwise. Well folks thank you for making it possible to do this. Show we do. We have anybody new in the in the camp. Sarah time god yes we do. We have two new bosses. Matthew and grateful mouths both just started backing us some patron thank you matthew. Thank you grateful. Mouse and for anybody who listens to the show has feedback as questions. Comments feedback daily techniques. Dot com is where to send that feedback to us. We are grateful to you. Grateful mouse and youtube matthew. Yeah to to smart people who knew a easy way to get to get a shout out on the show started back in the show and grateful mouse. I believe is a return patron so thanks for. Thanks.

"sarah time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"High risk camera that handle voice and motion control sounds really familiar and yes it indeed is sky worked with microsoft four sky glass. Tv so the dream 2013 is still alive friends. We now know what happened to microsoft connect. Good to see i i. I'm so thrilled about this. It does it. We're remember like when everyone was like the connect like had so much promise and guess it didn't go anywhere. No there was still there. There were teams definitely working on this. And now we're seeing that you know the fruits of their labor for ninja joke. I mean everything did well for television watching that. Nobody wanted in. Twenty thirteen is in the sky. Glass tv yeah. I guess the jury is out on whether we still want it or not. Nope i'm right here. And i say they did say that. There's there's there's a huge opportunity for this and to be honest it feels like a product. Whose moment is come. We really turn a corner throughout the pandemic when we kind of accelerated five years in terms of user attitudes to things like video conferencing when zoom and similar. Av communication technology is now something that everybody knows or at least the colloquially everybody i think that now the idea of these smart televisions and having these kinds of social features are just more of a reality than they would be otherwise. Well folks thank you for making it possible to do this. Show we do. We have anybody new in the in the camp. Sarah time god yes we do. We have two new bosses. Matthew and grateful mouths both just started backing us some patron thank you matthew. Thank you grateful. Mouse and for anybody who listens to the show has feedback as questions. Comments feedback daily techniques. Dot com is where to send that feedback to us. We are grateful to you. Grateful mouse and youtube matthew. Yeah to to smart people who knew a easy way to get to get a shout out on the show started back in the show and grateful mouse. I believe is a return patron so thanks for. Thanks.

"sarah time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Handle voice and motion control sounds really familiar and yes it indeed is sky worked with microsoft four sky glass. Tv so the dream 2013 is still alive friends. We now know what happened to microsoft connect. Good to see i i. I'm so thrilled about this. It does it. We're remember when everyone was like the connect like had so much promise and guess it didn't go anywhere. No there was still there. There were teams definitely working on this. And now we're seeing that you know the fruits of their labor. Sorry for ninja joke. I mean everything did well for television watching that. Nobody wanted in. Twenty thirteen is in the sky. Glass tv yeah. I guess the jury is out on whether we still want it or not. Nope i'm right here. And i say they did say that. There's there's there's a huge opportunity for this and to be honest it feels like a product. Whose moment is come. We really turn a corner throughout the pandemic when we kind of accelerated five years in terms of user attitudes to things like video conferencing when zoom and similar. Av communication technology is now that everybody knows or at least the colloquially everybody i think that now the idea of these smart televisions and having these kinds of social features are just more of a reality than they would be otherwise. Well folks thank you for making it possible to do this. Show we do. We have anybody new in the in the camp. Sarah time god yes we do. We have two new bosses. Matthew and grateful mouths both just started backing us some patron thank you matthew. Thank you grateful. Mouse and for anybody who listens to the show has feedback as questions. Comments feedback daily techniques. Dot com is where to send that feedback to us. We are grateful to you. Grateful mouse and youtube matthew. Yeah to to smart people who knew a easy way to get get a shout out on the show started back in the show and grateful mouse. I believe is a return patron so thanks for. Thanks.

"sarah time" Discussed on Z104

Z104

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Z104

"Baby. This is what you came for. Lightening strike Sarah time, some more. And everybody's watching her. But just looking at you, you, you, you you Listen, Chicken for this time, she Okay. Thank you. You okay? You okay? You you you Girl faster the game we play. He knows why has got to be this way. We say nothing. Morning. We need I say your placement. He came to Yeah. You okay? Thank you. Thank you. You you, you Mm. Baby, This is what you came for. Lightening strikes the retention move. Uh It's so much she came for this choice. Thank you. Do you smoke You? You fucking thank you. What's up yards. Ariana Grande date. Sharon it Shawn Mendez Hampton Roads number one Hit music station Z 104. Sit there said he said. You're doing what? You know where you act Where you got class will say that. Shut your trap sipping wine in a rope. I look to good look too good to be alone. Was clean my pool want just shake Smalls like another boy. We should be dancing and romancing in the key swing and the West Wing. Mansion was incredible, James, everyone that I say is coming from the heart. So you're trying to Believe that, Uh oh, I'm I leave the door open girl. Get your fill of the wife feeling your woman I want to tonight. Tell me that you're coming. So sweet. So so test so pumped Bank unless you like, miss you make if you smoke what you see, I got the Hey, lift your hungry We gonna definitely lays. We don't keep me way. There's so much love becoming making. I'm talking, kissing, cuddling rose petals in the bands of girls jumping I am playing games. Every brother Nazi is coming.

"sarah time" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sarah time" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"State of supplying a learned to return playbook that closely resembles CDC guidelines for safety precautions like Mask wearing and social distance. Six. CTC also made very clear that mass vaccination of our teachers is not a prerequisite to going back to school actually agrees, though teachers unions have been put Wishing for mass vaccinations of teachers school District's can waive some graduation requirements during emergencies like pandemics under a bill that just passed the state Legislature and this is a more permanent extension of a measure that was passed last session. Bill awaits the governor's signature anger over Texas is power grid, failing in the face of a record winter freeze mounted today, millions of residents in the energy capital of the U. S or shivering in the cold, with no assurances that there Electricity and heat for 36 hours or longer in many homes will return any time soon. Fort Worth resident Sarah Time and tells CBS news and this is not the kind of weather Texas residents are used to dealing with. It snowed about five inches on Sunday on D. It's supposed to snow again. Tomorrow we woke up this morning temperatures were negative one degrees. Let's check our radio. Real time traffic. Tracy Taylor is here, Frank. I just talked to my friend. That's down there, and he's two days without power. So he's he's Yeah, he's What he has his western Washington Parker's with him for sure we're watching right now. The new rec on cell 25 at near J. BLM. It's taking up the left lane that drivers or hit the brakes as we approach that scene. Otherwise, we're in pretty good shape just some heavier traffic here in there, and I'm not talking like big backup cell phone in the Valley Freeway near 24th. No problems through the downtown corridor over on the East Side are big backups on north and four or five of the East up, and there's a slight hesitation on North 25 Year Highway to In case you missed it. Stevens pass is closed until 8 a.m. tomorrow morning. That's for high avalanche danger. But Snoqualmie pass is back..

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"sarah time" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sarah time" Discussed on KOMO

"Base. Lewis McChord, the North bound I five on and off ramps at the main gate are now closed overnight for road work. The next report at 9 44 J. Phillips Cuomo News Shannon O'Donnell with your Komal forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center, Everybody it is Wednesday night here in the Pacific Northwest. We're bracing for the cold with the wind is starting to kick in. And a major fashion in the Fraser River Valley Gusting 30 to 50 MPH into what Come county in the San Juans tonight. We'll see when she'll reading Sarah Times in the single digits, so this is dangerously cold. They're closer to B. C in the South, and the precipitation is gonna march in and meet that cold air such that we should have some pretty widespread snow from the central sound toward the Oregon State line on Thursday. Best chance for accumulations from this first round will be from Pierce County south into Louis County, where we could have a couple of inches on the ground. By the time Thursday is through and then potentially quite a bit more into Friday and Saturday is more rounds of precipitation. Come in and meet this cold air in the comer Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shana. No. Dogs are a 39 degrees in Seattle. Witnesses to last night's fatal officer involved shooting in the central district Describe a terrifying scene. Seattle police say they shot a man after he raised his gun and opened fire. These are responding to a shooting call. They found two women, one dead and the other critically injured comas. Michelle Esteban has the latest numbers tell me it was a terrifying scene for them. They actually heard gunshots. They saw the alleged government waving the gun walking around in circles and shouting. It happened on the grounds of the North West African American Museum. Police found the two women in a parked car in the parking lot of the museum. They believe all three are known to one another. SPD said. Officers encounter that alleged gunman from the parking lot Entrances. They approach. They heard gunfire and said he raised that gun and opened fire. Now we believe multiple officers returned fire. Lemons pronounced dead at the scene..

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"sarah time" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"It seems like these exist for any make sure what is wrong with me. Maybe maybe you what's wrong with me. Maybe that's for the click clack Smokey. I love that soft reply back. One moment. So yeah, I don't know. I just I also like I don't know. I don't know how she managed to like. I'm interested to look into the the the hollow taco Grande is so well done. The product is really good. And also the packaging is really good. They got it to me really quickly. Even in this pandemic situation. It was like her boxes are fun. So they have limited edition ones with every new line. But this is the box that it came in. It had a month. I can't see myself. I had a hollow sticker here holding it closed and then it's like one of these boxes and it says hello, it's me on the inside of it off. Like they always the special ones have like special things on the inside where the hollow it's me is and it's just like very The Branding is really good and everything and that's why I feel like she must have left your job at this point. Either that or she's like working with an established brand but they're doing it as a sub-brand but like usually like I've done those types of deals before in my working life and usually those brands are now Might as well cared for as the main brand that that a that a company does they'll like give them like a side website and maybe like a couple of people on it, but they're not going to like invest a whole lot of creative into it. But this one really has clearly has a lot of her heart and soul in it. I just have to imagine that she's got some Partners helping her with like sourcing and stuff like that and you know, my products manager brain wants to learn more about it, but you should see her product man man. That would be really cool Hannah. So like for you someday if that's what you wanted to do that sort of stuff for them. You know, YouTubers are like cool creative. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hey been serious question. Have you ever like been interested or or have done like painted your nails painting your nails is not something that ever like peaked your interest. Oh really cool. I would I don't know. Hey, that males are cool. Cuz I cuz I know some due to like would be dead. To it and don't do it for a variety of reasons. I don't like the way it feels on my fingers. I get really I feel finally. Oh you asking like you could something I've been interested in but wouldn't but like felt weird about no. No. I was just wondering well, maybe I guess I was just wondering if that's something that ever you were ever like. Oh that seems cool. I want to try it or if you're like nah, no interest whatsoever. Yeah, kind of the ladder. Yeah, but I think I have good news for it. Number one. I think it's really cool and guys do it. I'd like to see more of that happening and have been but me that name is Luke Bryan dude Gilbert. Awesome. Yeah, I'm Travis McElroy, of course. So yeah, so that's that's why I just I think she's pretty cool. I can see why she how she's not everybody's cup of tea necessarily but and she loves T. But like she did recently you and they were she was sat in her backyard in a kiddie pool and Steve's self in T and did a Q&A and that was like the whole video she's done three of those but the other two were in her at all with the T. Yeah, one of them was hot tea and then the second one was with iced tea and she was sweating like visibly like she she did sweat on camera when she was in the hot bath and then she was life. Her boyfriend came in Midway through the ice tea one because it was just cold water and just dumped ice in there. Yes, then they got smart and did the third one outside but nice. Yeah, but yeah, it sounds nice Canadians, you know, they get all sorts of crazy stuff. That's really convenient. So yeah, I would recommend if you're looking for like a like a fun but soothing watch she often has cats in her background check out Simply nailogical am fine, but soothing Beauty like students are fine. But so then this the end nice good one to go off. All right, so let's do homework. From where are analogies work? Yeah. My work is to number one check out voctave. They are just an incredible group of musicians and I really loved and admired their work that they do and check out their their YouTube channel has a bunch of great videos. And then once you fall in love with those check out, what's your Tara off Simon Studios Tara Tara Tara Tara Tara Tara Simon Studios, who knows what? 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"sarah time" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio

Supreme Clientele Radio

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio

"There's a lot of got fourteen kids. You know how this this is. All right I'm always. Awed. Living live broke over eighty six inch TV four birthday s right. Maybe six inch and I got sixty I'm here. This was the liberal rule. In six. Let me tell you saying when when we spoke what time you say he was going to sleep. Oh. No. I'm just saying it's a beautiful day. No think about it. You said you said I'm sick of tired of being tired and nowadays you're able to go to sleep at eight o'clock and just show man like you say you enjoy life and this is how the end is. Park has like I say this is not to glorify or the violence that took place to diss to celebrate that you survive this. That, you're able to tell me at the end of the story Joe Right now to show my grandkids and share them with my with my wife I. Enjoy TV echoed Asleep early I work hard and I sit and ask want people to understand that this podcast is to celebrate brothers like you to survive hardship time man back. Danny. Was it was crazy it was it was definitely. and. You guys. And K., me apart show which. Fifty. Guy Don't know how going out of A. I don't know I tell you what day about that. I. Would Say I was lucky. God we want to. Tie like illnesses are being shot nine times. Ritual Cajun as Shoulda diet through stabbing sprint. I've been washed was many times you got out of it right? That's true for. All? You know I love Bushwick. I. Don't regret my past. You know I had a lot of fun out there. Bush was definitely a time. That they were fun on talk about you know what? George Bush's. Inform sectors crazy. That's what I'm saying I'm Andrea. From putting to travel all the forty second recognized a Trautmann right now, I'm going to do a trauma story to listen listen me we're GONNA. Let date. Hbo Playing this thing now. was never nothing. Regular Block. Party there. The first one in hustling on drought me. Co Quest. Is Hbo why because those working with co question? WHAT'S HBO? Joe. Everything was on Jefferson and white knickebocker white cloth. Okay. And they moved it over the Trotman when it got too out there and. Forty second street breaking night you go to three, four, the morning. Listen it's not going to we're going to try for another time. When was the last I'm GonNa give you the last closing words was the last words you want. You want people to walk away from. And then ended there. If you could say anything but yet if you could talk to your younger self. What would you tell your younger self? What J. would tell Lizard J. Back then? Tell myself fall. I would've been cashed I would just try to stick on reality set in fantasy. On the on the life, the meaning of life and like today I, learned a 401k is that what a pinch it in? My mother following me teach me that. I telling my son. Get a job and you got follow trying to get a job with a pension something like really notices that you understand what? I got boys wait now. Resigning they retired twenty years later. They were working they said it was seventeen eighteen years. And so what would you? What would you? What would you tell you? So to our younger, meet at all. This fantasy and get back on truckin life become. You don't need to do to be a tough guy or want to be old follow-up used to be old person. Make a life for you. So what you do today? Is Holes in your future for tomorrow, and otherwise like I never had a license I got when I moved to Connecticut I was thirty five years old at three thousand. Back and forth beat these six. But what I'm saying is you know what you do today, you will pay the price. Both. There's no shortcut everything comes with a price. Every day everything you read, you will read your stand in other words. was you so what you're so you go into the saying you know I was no, you know what I'm saying I got shot Sarah Time. Did Downfall. I you know I don't regret nothing, but if I could turn the tables around. I would let that I that was a joke defense line. I would let that go and became a match and a young. I'm just becoming a man now I'm not anything that I go home. Humble. Get into disagreement on a street. So, good. So needs for that. Or good and. I'm. You don't even know you say that. Peace will always be in me with. Hard He's always beaded. Today. Let me tell you something and then this one I'm going to end it always watching Mike Tyson's podcast. Yeah and he said. He said you, you know you know what? Scary? Was Scary is that. Sometimes I felt like a bitch nowadays. because. This is Mike Tyson saying this I like a bitch now in days. And the beast sign me he's dying to come out and I'm so afraid. Because if he's going to win if he comes out, he's coming were hell he's he's coming hell behind him and I'm fucking exactly what he said with the fact that he's like. Your I don't know. That sometimes when I look at myself and I just see myself calm. I'm like, oh He's not happy that he just likes. He knows that that the animals inside is always going to be in you but you see you come to your point in your life I'll be honest with you. I'm scared to myself. That's that's what he's saying dumps skater myself. I'm not scared of you. I'm scared if you take me to the. rideshare capable of doing. I'm not to time. You don't say how to you who I am I. Don't need like if I gotTa, beat two years ago. You know I don't even think about that. You're thinking about it. You gotta live with that. I'm not even thinking about that. What I'm saying it because the point of your rights you just. Go. Right And in what you know you capable of doing. It puts you to think life. visit rich or I got now. got a whole beautiful wife grabbed cheese rang stupid asshole right Ain't thinking what I used to be thirty years ago. The Way I was thirty years ago. I don't know I'm not. You know what I'm saying that. And that's that's the way you live. Right now. But you say what you want man I don't care. I only.

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"sarah time" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Pantheon

"A. Everybody welcome back to the story. Son podcast accoring. I'm Rachel OAKES and I'm Michael Cosell every, so we walk you through his story song now this week just wanted to announce that we are very excited to be apart of the Pantheon podcast. And, so you may be hearing the show for the first time if you found us to the network. So if you are a longtime fan, you might WanNa. Go get a cup of coffee. Maybe. Hang out. Because I'm going to export share with us so the way the show is the story song progress and what we do is me Rachel Michael. You heard him at the top. We Review. The lyrics of a story song. Obviously you can't completely separate lyrics from the music, so we do talk about the music somewhat, but we're mostly focused on the lyrics and we've discovered a couple of things as doing this. And we have kind of and I. Think you guys can agree a newfound appreciation for? Lyric rioting and song rallying yeah. Including the fact that you know we've as we've talked about over the episodes in a pop song. You don't have a lot of time. Genuinely short so everywhere it is precious precious so. When someone is using their words efficiently and effectively. You got a lot of praise from us. If they're wasting a lot of time, filler lines lot of. Repeating of When it's not necessary, that's when we start to get down on it, so we don't shame the song, but no, we. We. Send it in the corner. We say about what you've done. Yeah! Song. Yeah think about what you've done. Lullaby Shawn Mullins and So I'm going to have the show talking about the history of the song, it was really interesting. Because what we do is instead of kind of going chronologically or having kind of a theme as to why return to history. We sort of do it, I think about it like the game battleship battleship, we just Kinda pick a random point, and just focus on that you know, and and and it really can be quite illuminating. Against picking random spots in the timeline and and in the in the genre of music it's never boring. It isn't credible. No matter what song we pick, there's always some crazy interesting thing. Some insane story about this guy that guy and they like got lost in the woods and wrote a site. Whatever crazy thing is mainly something Sarah Times when we when we talk about a song and we get off of the recording and we say man I did not think we were going to talk that long about this song. WHO has so much to talk about about this song all right so? Let's do this thing, so the song were doing. This this this episode I don't know if I mentioned did, but it's a big one. It's Joe Lean. Mice Dolly, Parton dot something right. Yeah, definitely number one song I would say on the list of songs about women who are worried that another woman will steal their man. But also suspiciously it sounds like the first woman is in love with the second woman, and that's all I wanted to say, say say right. Here's all. This show laundry list of. I'm just saying you hold onto it. This story is that Dahlie confronts a beautiful woman who she is trying to steal her man, right? As the women's name. The which one the beautiful woman o Dolly! Dolly Confronts Joelene Darlene Oh here's. She's trying to steal her man. Scott we can discuss how much of this is actually happening. Because it's possible that none of that is happening. Okay, 'cause we hold on I'm just saying I. Don't think we have any direct evidence. Oh, no, actually it's not true I take that back. There is some evidence, but we don't. As as As we're observing the I except for one possible example. We don't really see Joe. Lean doing anything. However I do want to say that this you know this might not necessarily be story song is this is sort of one person sorta talking. Out into the to another person, you sort of imagine this happening her mind however. There's one line right at the end. Boom De Story Song Yeah. We're GONNA. Get there. It's also a definite story song because as as she confronts her. She's telling you everything that's happened. Yes, totally go, I agree. Here's a beginning middle and end deaf wasn't there for it and she's not telling you the story in a linear way, but she's telling you everything that happened in why she's confronting her. Jolie. A Big Know you please don't take mom and. Jody Jolie don't. Take just because. Again that Amazing Guitar. Just, pretty okay I'm. GonNa say Joelene Joe. Lean Joelene Joe Lean. that. Shaking her head. I understand chilling chilling Janine. Chile I understand after hearing that you've completely forgot about Dolly Parton because my rendition. Start on. Joe Lane Joe Lean. d'alene Jolie Jolie. Marcia Marcia Marcia I'm begging of you. Please don't take my man Joel. Angelina Jolie angeline. Please, don't him just because you can't I, think we A. we've already have a lot to discuss. Starting with the fact. You're right in the story. In the store minute she starts. You know what's going on. I WANNA start on a Meta level starting with the chorus OAS Fan. Big Fan John should. We were jumping right in to preserve the middle in a sense, because usually the chorus comes later, but Jevon right in here. I'm begging you. Please don't. Take my man well I. Think also the the just idea of starting with. Saying her name over and over again, and then starting with I'm begging of you. Please don't take my man that I deal of starting with the chorus starting with her name and starting with begging just the desperation that shows is incredible I just imagine her going into Joe Leans Place of work and just screaming out for. Lean I think to Joe Lean Barbara? Where's Joann Joelene? The other thing I'm imagining is in an old movie or she's she's like Joe Lean Joe Lean, and then like that superimposes like spinning thing, and I'm talking about the like hip yeah. You see like images of Joe Lean and she's. She likes. She's in a nightgown falls to the ground 'cause. She's losing her mind over Joleon. Sort of feeling where she's just like she's completely besides herself. PITCHING THE SIMPSONS PRODUCTION OF STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE I mean. Almost. He almost always is anyway so the musical version was Oh streetcar. What's what's great about this? Though is that it's. It is a confrontation. but it's not. She's confronting her in that. She knows that she's trying to take her man. But, she's begging her not to right, and that's one of the very cool things about the song like already the narrator is..

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"sarah time" Discussed on Family Stories

Family Stories

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Family Stories

"Three D., printing product. Hands and arms for these kids. Is that right so you can? Under Three D., printer, a functional hand, or not correct, there is a open source. Catalogue of prosthetic cans and arms that we use at our dispose disposal. and. We use a three D. Printer to create these amazing process. Okay this when I saw this I I saw it in the set. S When I knew I wanted to talk to you about this at one of the things that amazed. We're GONNA talk more in detail about these. In a minute, but one of the things that amaze me shocked me I couldn't believe what I was seeing and reading was that these prosthetics for the people who need our free and the cost of production is but a few hundred dollars. Is that right? That is right? How is that possible? It does take time. Does. Take energy does take patience and technology yeah. But. That's all part of the game you know you got to. We've got. A great three. D. Printer that was donated to us, so we're able to expand our horizons. Expand to extra creating arms for children and adults alike. Marketing, so he's electric or they know they are kind of. More like a puppet. Strings strings attached channel through the prosthetic itself. Attached to the fingertips inside Sarah Time. The child actuates their elbow or wrist. Makes it functional to grab more what they're trying to do now. These ones that you've brought here that we have some pictures of the ones that you brought her. Don't look necessarily exactly like Adam. And they have the thumb in the fingers and so forth, but they look more like a superhero something. and. We've done themes rather children's. The popular one is definitely iron man. We've done a vendor one of a captain America. We've helped a little boy even with Papa Patrol. He loved patrol themes. So that's something that we you know like to open up to the parents and let the children know that..

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"sarah time" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Or Greenberg cosmetic surgery dot com Sarah time a year this is it you know people are winding down the hot weather coming into a little bit of the cooler weather now and a lot of people really need that restart that tune up not only for the face I always because the fall two not for the face but for the body as well yes of the kids are going back to school parents are getting back into that routine kids are getting back into that routine it's time to get everything together together you're out of the sun now summers winding down you want to refresh your scan the kids want their acne gone they're starting a new new year new great new friends and a lot of them are coming and complaining of having poor skin and they're having discoloration and this and that and the adults also and we have a dermatology division and we have our med spa here a combination of both to help with all of that and everything else all over the body to I think one of the things is Serra people are confused they just don't simply know what to do to make themselves look better feel better and certainly you know we look at the whole body and we look at the face to to start and we say well what's wrong you have read mark's Jeff brown marks give extra say he's given you have deep folder lines and there's all sorts of things that we can do now to really rejuvenate the face at work we're talking about patients want to look better people want to look and feel better and they don't know what to do but we kinda help them through that process you're one of the things that's super popular and probably the most common thing in the country is to do you injectables and we like botox and fillers and there's tons of your print ones there that we can do to help you look better we do a ton of injections here we have every injection imaginable from botox to any of the neurotoxins to any filler that they have out there so botox is great for those fine lines and wrinkles in the top third of the face the four had eleven lines the crow's feet you're in the sun all summer you're squinting even with sunglasses people squint on you're creating all those wrinkles smiling laughing unfolds on the the laugh lines the cheeks you start to lose volume that's for filler so we can put filler in all those areas on younger patients and older patients so we can do a full facial rejuvenation with just injections alone takes ten fifteen minutes total and then you can go back to your your normal activity right after there's no downtime with injections that's the beauty of it yet tons of things we can do you know Jack doubles as you said go a long way in terms of what we could do one of the things is you get rid of the forehead wrinkles the wrinkles along the crow's feet and that's botox and is a new injectable cold June vote now Jew vo is very simple the protest we get tons of questions here at Greenberg cosmetic surgery about did you injectable juvenile what it is yes of the newest toxin is juco it's a competitor with botox and Desportes and see a man and we've had a really really great results with a patient's love it it's lasting a long time sometimes patients who use a certain product for years and years and years they search you can use the product a little bit we'll try that you owe on them and look at a great result with that another great injection that we're doing now is P. R. P. were injecting Pierre P. with fillers a lot of times what is he is awesome we're doing a ton of it it's from your own blood so I draw your blood I spin it down I separate the P. R. P. from the red blood cells appear P. contains all that good stuff in your blood work harvesting all that that good nutrition and nutrients and vitamins and rejecting that into your skin this is really cool by the way take your own blood we purify we objected back into the face of so you just said that and it really rejuvenate the face in the skin I would say my favorite area to injected with filler a lot of times will combine it it's under the eyes we'll take the filler a lot of patients complain in the tier truck area under the eyes that they have shadowing and they have hollowness will take filler political filler there and then we'll take Pierre P. at the same time will inject that Pierre P. with the filler underneath the ice combination is great we've had great results we do we combine Pierre P. along with fillers and injectables a Serra said all the time it works really great two one two three one nine four nine nine nine two eight two three one nine four nine nine nine stock to Steven Greenberg it's nip tuck said let's go to our first phone call who's on with us hi doctor Greenberg hi Serra it's Leslie hi Leslie Leslie how old are you and where you from well I'm fifty five and I think it's time I think my face need some help here okay what bothers you most about your face well I have Jelling it seems to be my neck is meshing with my chin which never happened before my eyes it look puffy my lids are sagging my browser low I I just looked tired and I feel like I look age so this is what we do Leslie we do tons of what I call the the many faces a regular face of here Greenberg cosmetic surgery we can really rejuvenate the face when I look at the face I look at not only the skin we fix the scan but we look at the anatomy what's going on did you store sagging do you have deep folds do you have extra skin on your face or your your eye lids and it sounds like you do have some extra skin kind of falling and and gravity you know takes a toll on on on us over a lifetime right Sir yes and rarely do we ever do a single procedure a lot of times patients will combine procedures and it sounds like you also need your eyes done as well your upper and lower lids which doctor Greenberg combines that what the faceless a lot the also do a lot of fat transfers to the face so those people that you have are not always gone with the facelift will have to add some fab there as well you lose volume over time so take some fat will put that in some areas to bring back some volume will pull the skin and we'll take that puffiness away from your eyes I read something in one of your articles doctor Greenberg about your plasma left what's that all yeah that's actually pretty cool that's using the J. plasma laser that we use it goes under the skin so we pulled the skin back a little bit and we let the laser do some skin tightening so we don't really need any scores or decisions or down time with that and that works really pretty well as well so that's just another way to do a face left without any downtime sign me up guys so we'll be happy to see it for a couple that your consultation Leslie you'll come to either are well Manhattan office our Long Island offices were ever broke a with the Hamptons I'll come anywhere Dr green very happy to see you take a look at will figure out what works best thank you so much for the call to a two three one nine four nine nine nine or Greenberg cosmetic surgery dot com is the way to reach us you just hear everyone's confused of what we can do and it's really there's so.

Greenberg ten fifteen minutes
Macron calls Amazon an issue for whole planet

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Macron calls Amazon an issue for whole planet

"For the climate crisis. The watershed moment could be news last week of the spread of fires in the amazon. It began with a tweet by french president emmanuel macron. Our house is burning literally. He wrote calling on leading industrial nations to act act over the weekend. Suddenly the amazon became the subject of discussion around dinner tables and water coolers and of sporadic protests worldwide tensions over amazon development our long standing during sarah's time as our latin america correspondent she wrote about gas pipeline pipeline in two thousand seven that angered international environmentalists but locals and amazon us were quick to explain that millions of people. I'll have to make a living in the so-called longs of the earth but brazilian president gyro bolsonaro has angered the international community over policies. He's the tip the balance toward business over environmental protection this time group of seven leaders in biarritz france held him to account threatening threatening to kill a trade deal between the european union and america sir countries and boycott brazilian products for now mister bolsonaro has appeared to shift course sending in the military to tackle the flames for all the talk about the end of multi-lateralism in an age of nationalism. This weekend made clear that international cooperation is still very much the way forward. It's still unclear. If this year's amazon fires i will lead to long-term policy change in south america we can at least take solace in the fact that the world is watching and ready to respond to the world's challenges

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"sarah time" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Or Greenberg cosmetic surgery dot com Sarah time a year this is it you know people are winding down the hot weather coming into a little bit of the cooler weather now and a lot of people really need that restart that tune up not only for the face I always because the fall two not for the face but for the body as well yes of the kids are going back to school parents are getting back into that routine kids are getting back into that routine it's time to get everything together together you're out of the sun now summers winding down you want to refresh your skin the kids want their acne gone they're starting a new new year new great new friends and a lot of them are coming in complaining of having poor skin and they're having discoloration and this and that and the adults also and we have a dermatology division and we have our med spa here the combination of both to help with all that and everything else all over the body to I think one of the things is Serra people are confused they just don't simply know what to do to make themselves look better feel better and certainly you know we look at the whole body and we look at the face to just start and we say well what's wrong you have read mark's yeah brown marks give extra say he's given you have deep holes are lines and there's all sorts of things that we could do now to really rejuvenate the face at work we're talking about patients want to look better people want to look and feel better and they don't know what to do but we kinda help them through that process you're one of the things that super popular and probably the most common thing in the country is to do you injectables and we like botox and fillers and there's tons of your ones there that we can do to help you look better we do a ton of injections here we have every injection imaginable from botox to any of the neurotoxins to any filler that they have out there so botox is great for those fine lines and wrinkles in the top third of the face the four had eleven lines the crow's feet you're in the sun all summer you're squinting even with sunglasses people squint on you're creating all those wrinkles smiling laughing unfolds on the the laugh lines the cheeks you start to lose volume that's for filler so we can put filler in all those areas younger patients and older patients so we can do a full facial rejuvenation with just injections alone takes ten fifteen minutes total and then he can go back to your your normal activity right after there's no downtime with injections that's the beauty of it yet tons of things we can do you know Jack doubles as you said go a long way in terms of what we can do one of the things is you get rid of the forehead wrinkles the wrinkles along the crow's feet and that's botox and is a new injectable cold June vote now Jew vo is very simple the protest we get tons of questions here at Greenberg cosmetic surgery about did you injectable juvenile what it is yes of the newest toxin is juco it's a competitor with botox and Desportes and see a man and we've had a really really great results with a patient's love it it's lasting a long time sometimes patients who use a certain product for years and years and years they search you can use the product a little bit we'll try that you owe on them and look at a great result with that another great injection that we're doing now is P. R. P. were injecting Pierre P. with fillers a lot of times what is your P. is awesome we're doing a ton of it it's from your own blood so I drier blood I spin it down I separate the P. R. P. from the red blood cells appear P. contains all that good stuff in your blood were harvesting all that that good nutrition and nutrients and vitamins and rejecting that into your skin this is really cool by the way take your own blood we purify we objected back into the face of so you just said that and it really rejuvenate the face and the skin I would say my favorite area to injected with filler a lot of times will combine it is under the eyes we'll take the filler a lot of patients complain in the tier truck area under the eyes that they have shadowing in the house hollowness will take filler political filler there and then we'll take Pierre P. at the same time and will inject that Pierre P. with the filler underneath the ice combination is great we've had great results we do we combine Pierre P. along with fillers and injectables a Serra said all the time it works really great two one two three one nine four nine nine nine two eight two three one nine four nine nine nine stock to Steven Greenberg it's nip tuck said let's go to our first phone call who's on with us hi doctor Greenberg hi Serra it's Leslie hi Leslie Leslie how old are you and where you from well I'm fifty five and I think it's time I think my face need some help here okay what bothers you most about your face well I have journaling it seems to be my neck is meshing with my chin which never happened before my eyes it look puffy my lids are sagging my browser low I I just looked tired and I feel like I look age so this is what we do Leslie we do tons of what I call the the many faces of Sir regular face of sheer Greenberg cosmetic surgery we can really rejuvenate the face when I look at the face I look at not only the skin we fix the scan but we look at the anatomy of what's going on did you store sagging do you have deep folds do you have extra skin on your face or your your eye lids and it sounds like you do have some extra skin kind of falling and and gravity you know takes a toll on on on us over a lifetime right Sir yes and rarely do we ever do a single procedure a lot of times patients will combine procedures and it sounds like you also need your eyes done as well your upper and lower lids which doctor Greenberg combines that with a face lift a lot who also do a lot of fat transfers to the face so those people that you have are not always gone with the facelift will have to add some fab there as well you lose volume over time so take some fat will put that in some areas to bring back some volume will pull the skin and we'll take that puffiness away from your eyes I read something in one of your articles doctor Greenberg about your plasma left what's that all yeah that's actually pretty cool that's using the J. plasma laser that we use it goes under the skin so we pulled the skin back a little bit and we let the laser do some skin tightening so we don't really need any scars are incisions or down time with that and that works really pretty well as well so that's just another way to do a face left without any downtime sign me up guys so we'll be happy to see it for a couple that your consultation Leslie you'll come to either are well Manhattan office are a long island offices were ever Boca with the Hamptons I'll come anywhere dons a green very happy to see you take a look and we'll figure out what works best thank you so much for the call two one two three one nine four nine nine nine or Greenberg cosmetic surgery dot com is the way to reach us you just hear everyone's confused of what we can do and it's really there's.

Greenberg ten fifteen minutes
"sarah time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"For sports fans. It's less form where found settle the score. You go into the app votes, you debates and you rationalize you'll you've point of view and reasons to sports arguments. So tell me about how you started working for phantoms sports media, and why it was such a good fit. Okay. So my background is a mobile gaming. So I worked for the brand branded the very early stages of the company so two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen we created a brand which is known by ninety seven percent of the people and planet earth while it's shoots like stars. And then I worked in a sports media. Company for three years based out of Dubai and putting those things together the mobile gaming, platform and social engagement, and then sports frost me to defend them sports media. So would you call yourself an entrepreneur, I would call myself courses as an entrepreneur entrepreneur. Usually, it's the person in my mind who comes up with a creative ideas. I love to work with those people. I liked the one who comes up with the best idea. I'm usually the one who likes to work with the idea and run with guy via and make it work. But obviously you have to have a lot of entrepreneurial characteristics. So what aspects of yourself and your job? Do you think are entrepreneurs in nature? I think entrepreneur Turtur six all you need to be able to deal with a lot of maturity as long as you understand yourself. And the situation is actually quite easy. You know, it's it's not that something that there's a lot of unknown. What happens you have to be in planning because most of your plans will north or cow pasture saute? They would so be prepared to fail nine times to be successful in the tenth. Yeah. So have you always worked at startups? I've worked with startup since two thousand eleven I did get hired by up in my early career, and which grew up into a very large company and operation florally. But as people and the companies grow within the organization, you start to news that entrepreneurial spirit that was something. What I started to really really really have miss in my job and a five finished by Australia. Studies. I felt that you know, be right back. Yeah. So having experienced both more of a big successful company and also working with startups. What are the main differences startups? You have actually have a luxury of creating a very destructive source. You can ride the wave of the trend or you can start creating the trend is far more difficult. Of course. To create a trend and being the friend of the trend. So what we see now in the sports media landscape. We are literally just aligning with the trend. What's happening out there and trying to get all those business powder meters to work for our own business model and make our business successful while not necessarily disrupting or changing anything else in the landscape Sorin changing. So how would you say that you create the trend? Well, if you look at the creating trends, so mobile has been the trend for the last fifteen years, what is really happening in the last ten years is that the mobile devices through the interactive sprains and experiences, and yet the caissons is overtaking, the mass media or other types of of media, and and consumption. We toss our devices from one hundred fifty times a day. It's it's it's it's something that you already is part of the trench. Would you want to be doing and creating the trend for yourself is that how many times are you relevant for your consumer during those one hundred fifty times a day? Now, we can gauge the device, and if that's Sarah. Time is relevant that it can grow and industry of bullets. It will make maybe one of the most successful companies out there having worked with multiple startups. What do you think is the key to growing and becoming successful? I would say that one of the things is that, you know, people often talk about list of crepe people into Boston go somewhere is a way to fail often. Because the great people Donald Bill lines then going to go the same direction, but they're not going to end up into same distant nation, far bitter. Let's get a great boss grape journey. Good direction. The endpoint wherever you want to go and it will attract people to join. So I would say that that's one of the things that I've learned that you will start with a very good plan on direction an idea it built change, and you feel have the right people to join that journey. You can actually sustain that. Will be. Now, you mentioned obviously what you're doing is entrepreneurial because there's a lot of uncertainty in a startup are you ever afraid of failing and having the company not make it isn't that every day. The the kind of feeds me experienced daily basis when it when you're living with that fear of failure. Is it living with the fear of failure? You just live with the blob and the passion to the project that you so much love. So you'll life is tightened startup. He's twenty four seven relationship. It's it's not that you know, you would say that relies is putting the back burner. Now, it's something that you actually live all the time. So it becomes part of you you become part of that journey as well. Being afraid of failure than I don't think you should try because you know, if you haven't failed. You haven't tried enough? It's often the case that you have to find the boundaries. You actually start to be successful and often when you work in mobile and digital media space. You have the test you'll hypoth- fast prototyping getting into point that you get your first customers rather than having a lot of people interacting with your product is subdued idea to have some and understand why they like it by they don't like are they wrong customers product wrong. Yeah. If you could go back in time to your early days as a entrepreneurial employees for start up. What have I take of yourself? A good idea to know yourself will. So it's it's from yourself and understanding your own would you do that that you able to save? And you said they're both these areas where you are not necessarily so bad at yet. Or even do you have to be it's not the bub, bridging the gap. I think it's more about, you know, policing making that one thing which you really good much better. What does a typical week? Look like, what is it like to be the CEO of a startup is is communication with video. You know, key stakeholders in that inside of the company outside the partners, making sure there's your schedule aligns with their of necessarily that they're as scheduled aligns with yours for me. It's it's it's an interesting. Messed up of living life at the same time while working I liked the work about ten hours a day max, and that will give me enough flexibility to do the other things what is important for me. We're going to talk more about building your business when we come back to sit tight we're the biggest entrepreneur platform on the planet. This Business Rockstars. One step away.

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"sarah time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shares between sixty two dollars to sixty eight dollars will get a little bit more on that a little bit later. This some of the headlines, here's a whole lot more. Let's say good morning. So Michael Barr and one of my good morning Jonathan good morning. Lisa New Zealand, permanent descend during says her cabinet reached a decision to tighten gun laws. MO released the details in the next ten days spoke after last week's massacre shooting Walker shooter walked into two mosques and killed fifty people. They will be a national commemoration. A service. Held in order for only Zealanders together together and acknowledge the terrorist attacks on Friday police believe there was only one attacker responsible. But have not ruled out that others may have helped the Brask is taking the brunt of heavy flooding after last week's bomb cyclone dumped inches of snow across the midwest. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and took talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg Jonathan I'm Michael thank you very much. Sarah's time method of Lindbergh NBC sports report is Jon Stashower. Jonathan when they announced the brackets the NCAA tournament. It wasn't until almost the very end for Saint John's found out it is in the field of the red storm will have to play their way into the first round. They're headed to Dayton Ohio to face Arizona state on Wednesday night if they win they'll play buffalo on Friday. Buffalo is thirty one and three by nearly one of the big eastern. Seton Hall went from an NC double a bubble to allot the pirates.

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"sarah time" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"The buffet. They're so good. Everything's great. There. Let the Cosmo. This is all we're we're talking about hair makeup and food now. We will actually we're going to have to do that. We'll tell them. Hey, we want to do like a national radio show from the sweet in the cosmos like yeah. Okay. The summer where we can have like a pool party. And like do we should do a poolside party? Yes. That's also totally need to do that. You see we started this out. Sarah's all serious, and then I put the kabosh on it. And you this is the Sarah price. I know. I knew she was there. We just had to pause for second. I knew I totally get like total professional or just because the other way. But when you get to know me, the more and more like like Reese millet, he always gets onto Eric. He's like teacher friend, how to talk and she's like, no, that's Sarah. That's what makes her who. She is. It's funny almost like she's the bad ass off road, racer persona, and she's like a goofball. Everybody is we all have a side both of us are talking heads. But then you get us off of it like whenever I call in for Jim show. He's like Tiffany don't say anything yet. Because some of the funniest things we say is before a hit record. And so we started to it just all good segments are off air. I'm like we literally when you're going to do the show. We cannot talk before we just hit record a minute. Because it's like, you never know. What the heck's going to happen? Yeah. Exactly. That's awesome. I feel like we've taken Sarah so much. Sarah's time right now. I know she got fourteen minutes to get to her signing you, and I need to find a jacket in between that unlike scouting already like. Might have a jacket. T shirts jackets. Yeah. I'm sure I'll find something someone around here. It's a friend. And be like, hey, can I borrow your jacket? I won't give it back to you. But can I have this? It's because yesterday after qualifying Casey Mears, so I raised with him stadium trucks. You good friend of mine. We're hanging out and he was cold yet. Only a shirt on in. So Craig Scanlon was like, oh, hey, my jackets to jackets in one. You want some of it? And like I just walked by with like his jacket Bill on. Didn't get the memo on that I needed to give that back to you over your sweat shirts and hoodies off of the Polaris staff because Casey's walking around with. Yeah. It's like we're in this vicious cycle here. Oh, it's great. Hey, I'm gonna go. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Hopefully, you guys enjoyed today's show. Big thanks to Chris Leoni. Four colony into the show and helped me out of those power aching surprise. Craig Scanlon stuff can tarot. Oh, you guys for tune-in. Hopefully guys enjoyed what you heard, and you know, what it's time to celebrate the atom curl show..

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"sarah time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"sarah time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To assist the injured. Motorists. And in the process of crossing over. Stephen fell to the ground below powered was transported to a hospital where he died from his injuries. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg Jonathan thank you very much. Sarah's time now for the Bloomberg NBC sports report is Jon Stashower. Jonathan wild finished a wild card weekend. The eagles had the lead then the bears and then about a minute to play. Philadelphia. Went back on top on fourth down pass by Nick foles. They won sixteen fifteen after Chicago's Cody parkey missed a game winning forty three yard field goal hockey this season mastered. The art of kicking the ball off the upright. Did it four times? In one game. This kick actually caromed off the upright, and then the crossbar eagles will now. Visit New Orleans where earlier this season they lost by six touchdowns. The chargers held onto win at Baltimore Twenty-three seventeen. They are nine you know, when boarding a plane. They're only road loss was. To the Rams. They also want a home game in London. That'd be back on a plane. They'll play next Sunday at New England. Here we go again with Alabama Clemson fourth straight year, they've met in the college football playoff. They'll side of the national championship tonight in Santa Clara read that's one again, one seventeen to one hundred in Chicago just a game under five hundred Minnesota fired. Coach Tom sibito another rough one for the Rangers. They lost five nothing to their zone of the devils fell three two at Vegas. Seton Hall lost by a point to the Paul that ends the pirates seven game win streak. Bloomberg NBC sports update. I'm Jon Stashower. John John Stashower there with the sports. You've had the news. Here's the price action. Friday was just a massive day of gains and three things really added up to fuel that we had a reserve requirement ratio cut from the Chinese central Bank. We had a massive blowout payroll support here in the United States and a dovish chairman as well. Enough to generate a big day of gained three point four three percent. Hasty follow-through into Monday session, not much of a follow-through. Atoll features are stable and pretty much unchanged on the S and P five hundred from New York. This is Bloomberg surveillance on Bloomberg radio..

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