18 Burst results for "Seven Eight Minutes"

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Last night was crazy to nba games. Weird unexpected doesn't begin to explain what we saw last night. It is all try to unpack it here in the next seven eight minutes. Joy taylor is joining me about the clippers. What what a performative clever. How about the hawks. We talked about that line at the end of the show. I think what was it. Five point seven point seven points..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Up four to one. We're getting like seven eight minutes left in the third period. They're down to nothing in the series already but oiler fans at that stage breathing a sigh of relief. All right. we're back in this thing down to one and up for one game well being bang of boom. It's tied and then the jets with this particular goal off of a face off. They went.

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Have Man United Improved Under Solskjaer?

ESPN FC

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Have Man United Improved Under Solskjaer?

"Craig and frank with US Craig. What happens to you and I said? Well first and foremost. Why it can play in the chat league, because the Court of Arbitration for sport overwhelmed ruling. Now you go! We went into the intricacies and say. Think well I don't think anybody's really interested in the factors that can play. So, annual. Mean Franken segments. I'm no bottle. Convenient if you like no right I. I thought. Were good for the point. You know we know. Got The call. But he started so sloppily and I was. I was really impressed. Foster fifteen twenty minutes walk. Ralph has say that with what he's working with with the budget with the place called the way the press. They really pasta, and they were good for the lead. Listen to to Sucker Punch of two or three minutes reunited with some quality. We saw Paul Pogba Leon needing a kick up these box me sleeping possession a couple of times I've got caught for one of the goals. I thought I thought they kept plugging up to know a strong that the star. The strong finish all be inactive down. To ten men with the head injury to two young Williams wasn't ideal, but it couldn't defend the call now. And so therefore, we were not deserving island thing of taking all three points at home this. Is Craig mentioned once. You've got those two goals united. Franco well that's done and dusted united going to go on and win this game. Yeah True I. Think it was the end of the story and. Was quite unfortunately for Saas on, because seeing the the hard work, they made no and the they went through to maybe try to get at least. Withdraw off time. They were two, two, two, two, one at halftime and I think when mentioned decided to finally play the should that they were better than the saints for the second half same problem. Still Sloppy and at the end of the day you know. You always have the risks to to see the. Getting goal, and then seeing you getting outside the stadium withdraw and these up very unfortunately, because we didn't got injured the play ten against eleven the last. Let's say seven eight minutes and kick, but you have to be strong. You have to your more experience. You WanNA reach the chimpanzee next season. You shouldn't consider goal on the corner. Kick if you want to if you want. Everybody thinks that's going to deserve to be in the chimpanzee. That's really two points relaxed stupidly from from Manchester United at the of the game. Done seems to be a law. People recently have gone tidal wave of all souls Lavin. And whilst they have. IMPROVED THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT The Bar was extremely low. There's an argument to be, said the F. as hotter manager, they might have already knew Detroit for and be in possession of trying to chase teams down. Let let me just give you some facts off. The back of the the lockdown. Enough talked this. They've only had one team. That's not in the bottom half of the league, and that Sheffield United today interest and start from. Leslie the Skykomish who's on the feed calms tonight with Jim Bergman. He said we must remember. Prior to this game. Points return and Premier League history on Chop without the fifty four points behind Liverpool. Last year, they finished two points behind the league champions. Manchester City some point out to me Ho this is a superb progression under only gonNa Solska, and as I said, some of the footballs been better, but we must, we must remember the V. could have been in the top four nil dawn with that scored hide behind the manager in charge, not setting fair four points behind Liverpool and scrambling around to get results against teams in the bottom half. The League that that's that's not opinion. That's fact you've got Kim credit for what he's done over the last few months early, Craig. But in a league season is over a few months that don't don't think the twitter crowed. A league season he's been in there. Before Christmas the year before you had the January transfer window at the summer transfer window. His second year in the job. We're talking about a full season. They are fifty four points of the league leaders. That's more than they. We're off Manchester City when the championship last season and I repeat the second points return and their premier league history to this before the game tonight. Tell me why it's a reason to be separate cited above Manchester. United I would be concerned that with him at the helm right with the hail golsby be able to negate the amount of points next seasonal decision after that. That does worry I would have United Fund not coming up here. All this is the greatest thing ever look at the results forgetting looking league table. Look at five bucks look at previous seasons. This is the worst they've been. In the last Chris Seasons in terms of the gap, even before source was the job marina wasn't that far behind on goal wasn't as far behind. That's factual.

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We remember a couple years ago Gerry Anderson of course fosters job because of fifty nine nothing beat down against Ohio state I would be shocked the ball has the beach was gone by four touchdowns I mean that's how much the speed difference there is now a full life Wisconsin's able to get off to a seven nothing lead you seven eight minutes on the clock the first drug then maybe they set the tone of a different style game with this Ohio state team we saw what happened look I understand small sample size early in the game against a little Miami of Ohio but five nothing three minutes and. the game seventy six to five forty nine by halftime that's the way this team moved and I knew they were the right side against Nebraska I'm kicking myself in the **** for not playing them I I said that that's the only way that I would go and then seventeen and a half points where is that located beginning of the game in the second quarter your life god I need that every quarter yeah. the thing about it is I mean is impressive that when was the call of the dogs in that second half I mean they could have done scorn and none more so if they did field is is a better passer than some of the quarterbacks they've had in the past they have a really good running game he can also run the ball I mean the the the offense of line is opening holes and blocking and do what they're supposed to and the defense's quality like it always is I'll say this much for urban Meyer if you're gonna leave the team leave the next coach for the type of tell that he's left there Ohio state the football factory should continue to roll along in the big ten for awhile Florida had a breather like **** the US team at home not a problem there they take care of business there at home this week in the swamp against Auburn an Auburn went to Texas a and M. took care of business the problem Mississippi state why didn't think was that good anyway they lost at home the Kansas state we saw what happened Kansas state this week as well as they got beat down pretty good we're starting to see some of these teams as their going into different venues and we're starting to get a better feel of these teams how good is Auburn because in the trenches office of line defense one I think there is good as anybody in the country yeah I mean I I think they're good quality football team it like you said it is early in the season and so many of these teams play so many cupcakes in there in the first couple games and it's hard to get a real guide as to what they are or who they are until they get a little bit deeper and these are plans some quality teams especially teams I quite frankly don't travel that much a lot of times you know the that a lot of teams in the SEC don't like to leave their own home state of their own zip code or stand so it's hard to tell I think we'll see Auburn relief put it to Florida this week I don't think floor I think Florida we find.

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Is that they call these I'm not sure what exactly they call them but I think they call them war dogs and these were dogs that were known for their vicious approach to dishes situations and they're trained specifically to attack they were trained to attack people that were holding guns and the films of this are pretty dramatic where's the officer or whoever is dealing with it is covered with heavy duty well if they can't bite through it yeah interesting thought my friend and and I've always been in favor of the use of of you know normally German shepherds but there are other type of of trying to attack dogs as you know I think that's a wonderful idea I think you know third the reality though is the bigger challenge right now is that the response time and again I don't blame law enforcement but the the built in response time whether you're coming with guns to apprehend the shooter or you're coming with dogs or both it's that built in response time that is such a problem and that's what these these cowards are tactically banking on that they're gonna have five six seven eight minutes to work with and in el Paso and this is not the fault of law enforcement is just baked in the cake in el Paso it ended up being even longer than that because you had a I believe a six minute response time but then you know it was longer than that of course before the shooter could be identified and we still don't have all the details of how he was actually apprehended don pre sheet the call my friend have a lot of sound that we need to get to as well listen it's no shock to any of us that you know Beto roar Crispin Miller sinking like a stone we try to use this tragic tragedy to revive his campaign but let's use some of the sound to set up this topic of do you think this effort to blame the president is going to resonate politically even though I believe it's fundamentally unfair do you think it resonates politically do you think the president needs to change anything he says or does as a result of of either or both of the shootings is there anything in your mind.

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:04 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on KTOK

"Back to coast to coast AM Saturday night. I am your host to matured standing in right here at the studio to mazing our guest tonight is m j benign we're talking about his new book, it's called the UFO people a curious culture and right before the break j you introduced his to Amy the the central. I don't wanna say character. But the book is is woven around her her narrative, and it's it's pretty mazing how it's done. But what I want you to do is share a couple of her experiences. When I read them in the book, I meet contacted you and said, this is some of the craziest you a flow and counters of any kind that I've ever read and they've all been with her right there on her piece of property up in Canada. Pretty incredible, right? Yeah. It is incredible. And I, you know, I have to be clear I have no evidence sort of tangible physical evidence to prove her story. And she knows it. And then he sort of has come out and said that as well, you know, there's there's no physical evidence. But her her story matches up and her story is similar to two thousands and thousands and thousands of others who who had similar experiences one of the most sort of interesting stories that she told me that we put into the book was sort of this. I suppose you could say it's a ghost citing a paranormal encounter. She had. She was heading to her neighbors house, which is quite a ways away. I mean, this is rural Canada. So, you know, everything's quite distant and she was walking to feed her neighbors dogs and in because her name. Was away on vacation and the driveway that ran from the road to her her home. You know, the the walk is about a minute long or so, but as she was walking down this driveway time kind of funny, and she realized that it's the walk seemed a lot longer than it normally would have been and, you know, looking at her watch realize that the one minute walk down the driveway became roughly sort of seven eight minutes in length, and, you know, obviously for her this quite strange, and she got to her neighbor's house, and she saw a woman sitting in porch sort of screened in pork. And, you know, thinking it was maybe the neighbors friend or a relative sort of you know, sent. Hello waved. And this person didn't respond to her and just sort of north her. Looks actually quite sort of upset that Amy was there. Anyway, any sort of you know, who she is a very polite and kind person kind of just went about her business went to the garage where where he's dogs kept open the door and quickly notice sort of something's wrong. The dogs weren't eager to leave the infect sort of tried to stay inside the garage. She managed to coax them out. You know, gave them their food water, and you know, played with them for a few minutes. You know, brought them back into the garage. And again, they were sort of hesitant to kind of goal. You know inside the sort of were acting different nearly quite rambunctious. They're very kind of reserved. She went to go inside the house just to check on everything was fine. You know, make sure that the dogs had water for tomorrow refill all the water bowl and all that. And you know, sort of saw this sort of persons standing. There and then sort of walk away through the door back into the house. So she goes inside the house like I said water for the dogs. And when she walks inside, she sees the door that led onto the street and porch, and it was totally blocked up with boxes like almost moving boxes that were full. They were sort of clearing out sections there basement and in Reynaud, so they blocked out this entire sections door. So this person who has standing inside the porch. Walk through a door that wasn't possible to walk through because it was totally locked up and blocked and barricaded. So this really freaked her out sort of several weeks went by the neighbor came back, and sort of I wanna ruin the story. But let's just say the neighbor knew who Amy had seen in the porch. And it definitely surprised her because of person was no longer live. So, you know, Amy had her fair share encounters and tying those, you know, we see this connection between paranormal encounters and UFO encounters often. Right. The narrative is full of people who experience sort of UFO citing and then that also gets tied into poltergeist activity or sightings of of cryptos or other monsters would call them and creatures of various sorts. So, you know, an interesting little collection of stories that any told me, and all very compelling all very interesting. And for her sort of mind boggling because she's totally called this tiny sort of lady you've ever met in your life. You mentioned that there's a lack of evidence just like any other situation when it comes to people that have had these encounters because nobody's got a t shirt from Zeta ridiculously right? We we understand that party. But with Amy she wants you to share with us this next encounter from the beginning because she had one of the most incredible sightings in her backyard where she thought that she's napped off a bunch of pictures of this craft that was right above her head set us up for that. And and what happened in the end. But she's she walks out the back of her house. What does she see? Right. So she's walking out tests or feed the cats in the barn and. He looks up in the sky and above the barn. She sees this sort of large metallic looking I say round object. She believes the disc from her angle it looked like, but you couldn't tell on the vertical end how high it went. So, you know, it could have potentially been more of a cylinder standing upright, which wasn't sure. And when he sort of hovering there, and he panics I mean, this thing is quite large and begins to kind of slow down and hover and descend. And she gets the feeling like it's literally gonna crush her. This feeling of a weight being pushing down upon her as this object is sort of floating there sort of and she has like it's looking at her right at watching her is this this round object is almost a massive. I kind of staring down at her, and and coaches down and has several what she says seconds of total. Fear. And then she just has suddenly I need to take out my phone and take a picture of this. She was able to it was so low overhead she was able to give one of the the the most amazing descriptions up close of one of these crafts that I've ever heard. Yeah. She describes it as a sort of like, a it had electrical current kind of moving through it as if as multiple colors, right? That's red blue green in color, their those sort of those those when you were kid they had like science galleries right of the core in the middle of the electrical Arkansas, touch, you know, one arc sort of goes to your finger. Ryan really, remember what those are called. But you know, they had this sort of multifaceted multicolored kind of movement. And yeah, it was quite low. And and she remembers shoes she always. The cats in the morning after he takes her phone and checks trying to stop this thing as he takes the phone up snap photographs this thing. Quickly sort of moved off almost instantaneously sort of you know, it's sort of senses. What she's doing I suppose at any kind of takes off. And I got the pictures in there is this sort of great dot in the distance. But unfortunately, that's all it was, you know, I tried to get the pictures magnified, the best of my ability here, and it became useless. But what became really interesting is that the pine stamp on the photos is at five o'clock in the evening and not at sort of ten AM, usually when she goes to feed the cats. So what does that tell you m j collects rate going at ten AM to these cats and these photographs taken at five pm, according to her phone so something went wrong somewhere with time. Anyway, what she also. Oh, assumed not only time stamping off by seven hours, which is incredible. But she remembers taking these pictures when this crap was right overhead and she thought she finally got the evidence. And just sort of disappeared by moved off so quickly or at least that's recollection of right? And that's where things become sticky. You know, sometimes when we when we think about the phenomenon we we wanted to make sense to us, right? But as a sort of being famously said to to these things to this phenomenon right reality is negotiable. So, you know, maybe harangue collection isn't exactly what happened or harass election has somehow altered the events of what happened right alter the phenomenon in some way. But unfortunately, I I would have loved to provided to my readers photographs of a flying saucer. But alas they were just to Monday to include in the book and following our conversation here, I've got a couple of tweets that just came in this one from Tim and Tim says why does m? I think that e t r here in interacting with humanity. Right up in question. Because I'm I'm not totally convinced that eighteen is here interacting with humanity. I think something is here interacting with addity. The phenomenon is real people are experiencing something anomalous strange events do happen to people. I'm not totally convinced that it's extraterrestrial in the sense that it's aliens from another planet who come here and speak ships. I'm convinced there is a phenomenon of some source as to what the source of the phenomenon is, you know, I have no idea because if it is sort of eighteen, you know, they definitely change their appearance a lot they change their ships a lot there. You know? They don't take one model. You know, something drive Chevys and some of them drive to yoda's. Right. So, you know, the the amount of case I've dealt with and the mount of variation you see in the narrative, you know, there's something much more complicated. I think going on here. No, the differences are there. Certainly. But what about the common elements the ones where the dots are starting to connect? What do you see there? Well, so it kind of leads us down some interesting rose potentially, you know, we're dealing with multiple phenomena. So it's not just one phenomenon that's responsible for your foes, but multiple things right? Multiple different things are crying at the same time that could be a possibility. I think some of the dots. Maybe connect as well. Because like my book points out we live in a very cultural reality, right? We're easily kind of convinced and and our minds are easily painted by things we see in the media. So, you know, injury in TV and movies, and in books and magazines about aliens or about extraterrestrials, you know, this tends to kind of roll on and on and on. And we can kind of see my book does this attractive sort of history of this notion of the extraterrestrial time and how? How early on what people thought extras extraterrestrials was looked like made up predominantly the narrative of UFO's people saw what sort of people thought ET was and this is sort of. So I think there is a cultural component as well. So maybe phenomenon is using us as sort of sounding board using our media in our.

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Yes. It was no matter what. It's a great win. It's a huge win. It's not one that you to circle in your calendar. Say oh, man things changed here. But to start the second half of the season the way that they did coming back to me. It showed me not first of all we hadn't seen. We haven't. We had not seen this activate LeBron. Okay member. He's never done it this early before. I usually wait to the playoffs. But he's activating early. We got a glimpse of what that was last night. Because we also saw glimpses of vintage LeBron that we hadn't seen throughout the year consistently. We saw it in spurts. But for that. Would you say about a seven eight minutes stretch last night? It was lie. Fourth quarter, o- award came home. That's what you're talking about. Oh, oh, you've been hold known. Well in some ways, though, he has to hold out. Right. Because when you're at the beginning of the game would also I mean when you're talking about his age coming off this injure the most significant of his career with that mileage his mileage. I did a piece for the athletic. I'm brother Brian are covering the Lakers for the athletic before the season began taking a look at LeBron's mileage. It's insane. What he's doing? Yeah. Like, I mean, I'm not a basketball historian. But I'm pretty sure what he is doing the type of mileage that he has accumulated and still accumulating right now is unprecedented. And because of that like he's going to have to do some type of self maintenance as this goes along just to make sure he can preserve himself for the season. And not burn up. Also, the next three yet was the concern heading into this game was like everyone said, oh, we know. Lebron can do this in the past. We know we've seen it we've seen it. But there comes a point where it doesn't happen again. Right. And yes, maybe you decide in the fourth quarter. This is when I activate when you're down the nineteen points. You don't do it from the start of the game. Yes. It would be so much easier to activate if he kept it a little closer. Which if I'm the Lakers. I would look you know, because you have to learn something from game. I'd say let's not get ourselves into that position. Again share? We can be down ten point. We can be down twelve points. But we can't have to every game. Dig ourselves out of a grave. I think obviously for them still coming out of the digging themselves out of that grave going into the game. Andy, the one thing that I was asking about this Lakers team is the trust. Whereas the trestle into come from. I saw a piece of trust looks like yes, absolutely listened to Caspian, Los Angeles. This was the first time in a while that we've seen the Lakers look like an actual team. Just and especially over the last few weeks with the trade deadline chaos that clearly had everybody including the front office. Everybody Ron veterans kids. Everybody was caught up in this and they'd grown into a disconnected team that it was low on morale. And that point where they were down nineteen you're feeling like, okay. They were saying the right things Wednesday during practice, but are they still fractured? And that was a moment where they could have. Yes. And like when you were saying Kirk like the whole season doesn't change from last night. And you're right. But last night felt like a moment that maybe you're seeing things begin to change like a tangible moment that you'll look back on and say, okay, that's where the ship began to get righted. Yeah. And we talked yesterday about how we want. We all knew LeBron had to be the playoff guy or the activated guy. But we wanted to know what everyone else was going, right? We see Cal coups have a night like eat at Brandon Ingram was incredible. And you mentioned Andy just the other guys stepping up. That's what you need and the effect of playoff. Lebron and activated LeBron inspires those guys. So that's a huge moment going forward. I think the trust. I was wanting to say to is down the stretch. Who do I believe in who can LeBron dish to Brent Ingram had a great game? That's that's good..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"He has. Yes. But for the Lakers for the most part, he kind of feels his way eighth then starts attacking the basket. And that's okay. You pick your way through their down. They don't anticipate themselves of being down by nineteen. If you keep the game within five six seven points. You know, you can always close that gap. Quick fast in a hurry. So I think when you when they're looking at her he's looking at it in early parts of the game. It's like we're right here. Okay. Seven points. Ain't nothing. We can close that in a heartbeat. Eight points, ten points in the NBA. Any number? It's a run nice run. So when he's doing that I'm sitting back and I'm watching him. So he knows he's going to put that last seven eight minutes in a game. He's gonna put it down away supposed to he certainly did. Here's Luke Walton talking about LeBron going into that playoff mode. This week that he had activated a level of intensity that the team needed for the playoff run. What did you see different about him today? I mean, he's he's had more of a serious focus on his on his phase about him over the last two days even the practice facility. But like I said he's he's guys putting up thirty eight at night. I mean, he's great every night. So I think he recognizes where we're at and what you know, the sense of urgency. We need to play with he was huge for us and getting the win tonight. But he's he's he's he's always great. Let me make sure I say the right things now or no that was he was he was make sure he was saying. Sure. Make sure I say the right things say anything right here. Tate's my man. But I wanna go back to this. Because what he said LeBron's great every night. That's true. It's what you've said. It's what you've said. It's what I've said we all know that LeBron's greatness speaks for itself. There's no question that LeBron was going to do what he did last night. He brought a playoff. He went to another level in perhaps the intensity was turned up a little bit. Okay, fine. What was so exciting about what we saw especially it was it wasn't just at the end where they finally ran down and win the game that even when they were down by nineteen even when they were down by twelve and fifteen and they weren't playing particularly good turnovers in mich- shots. Brandon Ingram uncorked in airport. One point in the middle of of Houston. Like, oh my gosh. It the the intensity for the others never mind. Lebron? I know he's going to do it the intensity for the others was there. And that's what was so exciting about last night. And I thought I'm not gonna lie. I thought they were gonna lose last night when they fell behind by nineteen, but I'm like, what least they're bringing it. At least. They're not. Scared by this. They're they're not playing great. But they're bringing it that was exciting. Remember what I said at a couple of days ago or yesterday when we were talking that is long as they matches intensity. They have a chance to win the game. And it is long as they do in Filo in. They watching him in a way that he approaches post all-star in. They do what he's doing. They young grew go look different. It'll look different because they did that before they did it in the month of December. If you go all the way back to December. That's what they were doing. They were they were playing they were doing an one one game playing. Well, I don't know if they had that level of intensity that we saw last night. Yeah, they did. But, but they they haven't into that's why they were playing well, but because it was last night, and it was Houston it where they're adding polls all of that packaged up. It will give you the allusion that they did more than what they were doing in the month of December..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Here are sometimes you hard up, and sometimes you have to get out of dodge and live to fight another day. He has no strategic tactical path out of you. I know that bothers you. I admire the fact that my the my listeners and supporters are so passionate, but don't give up on the guy. Now, folks, we've still got the December fight we still got the economy booming. We finally got control and some healthcare costs and we've got the chance in December through the sequester to make significant cuts in government spending one more thing on this. And I'll move on because it'll be a not a lot of analysis today. And I got a lot to get to. There is no question that Trump has the power to declare this national emergency. He's declaring actually right now as we speak. There's no question the nineteen seventy six national emergencies that can declare a national emergency that will not be fought in court. Oh, we clear on that just exists by forget it. And I have a piece up I'm not a huge fan of roll call. But they have a very very well done piece. I have in the show notes today on dot com. And again subscribe to my Email list. Email this stuff, right? Teach. A very good article about a thousand words, take you about maybe seven eight minutes to get through, but it's very well done, and it's not overly partisan about where this is going to go in the courts now that Trump's going to declare national emergency for the border border funding. The ability to declare the national emergency will not be challenged Bill Clinton declared seventeen of George W Bush. I think it was like five or six Obama declared a multiple national emergencies that it's bifurcated that part's find the second part of it is the money the moving the money around to finance the construction of the wall Joe under the national mercy. That's where we're going to have a problem because the president is not an appropriate. And that's why I'm not crazy about this. It has a strong potential to get tied up in court, but they have left the president with no. No other options. And remember this only lasts until December having said that if he gets started on the one point three seven five as a quote down payment on the wall and gets that wall move, and Joe I said last night on the Hannity show. And I'll say again, how bad do you think it's going to look thickly speaking member snapshots and soundbites, folks, that's all politics is our pictures and sound bites. That's projection of power is getting the best pictures and the best sound bites..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Hang on a second. I was listening to Senator Bill Cassidy from the from the great state of Louisiana who took to the floor in the midst of government shutdown took to the floor back on now. The government's back on the government's. It wasn't at the time. He gave the speech complaining about the bad call from the NFC chance for like a little resolution like gets up there for twenty seconds as it was like us up there for two hours. Here's how we'll know if the call was really agreed just did anybody yield the Florida him. So we'd have more time like, and I only listen to a portion of this. But he did a good seven eight minutes on it, which is a total. You don't filibuster over a bad call in a playoff also too. It's like, yeah. We all know it was bad. Call explains a lot. Why nothing gets done by our? Would you like ten minutes being spent on an admittedly bad call? But like you guys have a lot on your plate. You've got a lot more on your plate than figuring out that call. Yes, I I'm just this is the last day. I hope that we will have to talk about this non call. I think that's fair. I think you can play with it for one more day then next week. It's like, okay. Who's actually playing in the game. We've got coming up by the way during the show. There's a saints fan who was really upset about it. Who wrote a song about the call? That were really. Yeah, we're gonna be Larry millennials or Email. What you it's upset about something. So you write a song except he's like in his sixties that part's less. Eva and Molyneaux. I'm tweeting Bill. Kennedy rank Cassidy. Yeah. I mean, I I I'm so tired of hearing about the call or the non call, you know, in the in the final analysis. Well, do I don't even go look like Nicole Roby Coleman said. Yeah. The best. I love the best. This is so good. Call. The us..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Hang on a second. I was listening to Senator Bill Cassidy from the from the great state of Louisiana who took to the floor in the midst of government shutdown took to the floor back on now. The government's back on the government's. It wasn't at the time. He gave the speech complaining about the bad call from the NFC chance for like a little resolution like gets up there for twenty seconds as it was like us up there for two hours. Here's how we'll know if the call was really agreed just did anybody yield the Florida him. So we'd have more time like, and I only listen to a portion of this. But he did a good seven eight minutes on it, which is a total. You don't filibuster over a bad call in a playoff also too. It's like, yeah. We all know it was bad. Call explains a lot. Why nothing gets done by our? Would you like ten minutes being spent on an admittedly bad call? But like you guys have a lot on your plate. You've got a lot more on your plate than figuring out that call. Yes, I I'm just this is the last day. I hope that we will have to talk about this non call. I think that's fair. I think you can play with it for one more day then next week. It's like, okay. Who's actually playing in the game. We've got coming up by the way during the show. There's a saints fan who was really upset about it. Who wrote a song about the call? That were really. Yeah, we're gonna be Larry millennials or Email. What you it's upset about something. So you write a song except he's like in his sixties that part's less. Eva and Molyneaux. I'm tweeting Bill. Kennedy rank Cassidy. Yeah. I mean, I I I'm so tired of hearing about the call or the non call, you know, in the in the final analysis. Well, do I don't even go look like Nicole Roby Coleman said. Yeah. The best. I love the best. This is so good. Call. The us..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Lifelock lifelock dot com inter Adam. Okay. So the wiring. I think it has to do with my, hyper vigilance, I think my son has it. My daughter has a little bit weird stuff like. Tell them to vacuum is room. But it can't the sound of the vacuum. It's like it's too much. It's three overload. Well, I'm the same way. If I hear something going off in the distance it bothers it just bothers me. And I can't I wanna tune it out. But of course, trying to tune it out tune dares. But so here's here's what happens, and you guys tell me this now. Everyone would have some of this reaction. But I I have all of this reaction. I think it's what what's wrong with me in my wiring. I really do mean it I had to call in to Kevin. And being of course, rag up my start out here in Iraq. I had to call in at nine five the other day when you call in nine oh five it means. They call you at nine oh, three and a half. And they don't if they don't call you at nine. Oh, six something's wrong there on that kind of schedule. And so your phone is gonna ring nine oh four and producer Dave's going to be on the other line, and he'll you'll be hearing Soundgarden song ending. And then they'll go you'll be owned Kevin bean a minute. And then you sit there and in here that weird little doing sound and makes and now you're live on the air. So I was with av. Add at one house, and he said. Said I need to come into your office and get your direct TV box and bring over to this house, and Bob, and I said when he went to do it. This is earlier that morning, and he said soon as I can. And I said I have a Kevin bean call at nine five, and I do it from my office. I'm scared to walk around the house. I'm scared the phone fall out or whatever I sit at my desk and my office. I know it works. You're going to be in my office like undoing stuff not loudly, but you'll be in there. So I said. Nine oh five. I gotta do this. Call nine fifteen. I should be done. I'll be done be seven eight minutes. And then. I gotta go to war. So my windows about nine fifteen to nine twenty so plenty of time wide birth. I said.

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Okay. So the wiring. I think it has to do with my, hyper vigilance, I think my son has it my daughter has it a little bit weird stuff like. Tell him to vacuum is room. But it can't stand the sound of the vacuum. It's like it's too much. It's three overload. Well, I'm the same way. If I hear something going off and its distance it bothers it just bothers me. And I can't I wanna tune it out. But of course, trying to tune it out tune. But so here's here's what happens, and you guys tell me this now. Everyone would have some of this reaction. But I I have all of this reaction. I think it's what what's wrong with me in my wiring. I really do mean it I had to call in to Kevin being of course, where I got my start out here on k rock I'd call in at nine zero five the other day when you call in nine oh five it means they call you at nine oh, three and a half. And they don't if they don't call you at nine. Oh, six something's wrong there on that kind of schedule. And so your phone is gonna ring at nine oh four and producer Dave's gonna be on the other line, and he'll you'll be hearing Soundgarden song ending. And then they'll go you'll be Kevin bean a minute. And then you sit there and in here that weird little doing sound and makes and now you're live on the air. So I was with av. Add at one house, and he said. Said I need to come into your office and get your direct TV box and bring it over to this house and Bob, Bob. And I said when he went to do it. This is earlier that morning, and he said soon as I can. And I said I have a Kevin bean call at nine zero five, and I do it from my office. I'm scared to walk around the house scared. The phone fall out or whatever I sit at my desk and my office. I know it works. You're gonna be in my office like undoing stuff not loudly, but you'll be in there. So I said. Nine five. I gotta do this. Call. Nine fifteen. I should be done. I'll be done be seven eight minutes. And then I got to go to war. So my windows about nine fifteen to nine twenty so plenty of time wide birth. I said nine oh.

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And you know it. We're we're all, you know, we're all a little bit of a in a reaction mode when playing against, you know, the big computer, assisted, wagering groups and. You know, the the the way the. Steve I mean, like if somebody goes back to maybe listens to night school year or two ago, they might get the opinion that me or some other folks sit and think of as big of a deal is it was or maybe their thought we were downplaying to quote, unquote, protect the industry, you know, you've got this conspiracy theorist thinks that if you get a paycheck on the industry, you'll say anything or do anything, not based on your opinion. But what gets you your next paycheck? But there is the or things in handicapping, the horse planning process that once you thought like maybe you wanted to be an optimistic person in layoffs are still important, you know, but they're not to me. Now, you know three years ago, I told you I still don't like wound up a good point. How I could care. I could care less about a layoff now because I've just seen it too many times. And while I wanna go back to my Hindi capping roots and what I did for twenty five thirty years. It's not the same anymore, and you have to kind of be open to that horse getting late starts towards the triple crown. You know, I mean as we come up to this week and the triple crown trail. You know at this time justify obviously hadn't started always dreaming hadn't broken his Mazen yet. So you're looking at two horses that hadn't gotten through the maiden race that as of January fifteenth and now the last two Kentucky Derby winners. Do you have to open your eyes a little bit more? Now and say, you know, what maybe I'm still a little bit more in tune with these horses because things have changed campaigns are lighter. So if everybody's campaign his lighter than that difference between really lightly race and seasons isn't as wide as it used to be. So it makes a little sense. You know, when when you kind of change the way you but to go back to the point that we were originally on when it comes to preparation it. Can't you can't move off that Mark, and there's many it's where you should move off that Mark, but don't take that as ad vice not to do ahead work. You know, like it's all going to be wasted. Because the reason why like Nick, and you have in your conversation about adjusting. What you see on the to- port. The reason you're able to make that adjustment. Could you? From the homework. Right. You know, what the next best option is the third best option or what a fair price on this particular horse. Is you can't skate around following one two three tracks seven eight minutes in between decisions and things like that. And make those kind of and do it, you know, and give yourself a good fair shot. So do the prep work and that will allow you the flexibility in the time. So now, you have seven minutes is decide whether or not I should be more. Not what are the parameters where I need to move to. And you know, where you're going to move if you have to move because you've done the homework ahead. So the studying is important being married to the studying though can be a little bit of a trip wire..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"So you have a little bit of an accent, do speak French Spanish all of the above where what's going on here? Is you sound beautiful? When you I'm. I'm originally Lebanese. Okay. Born and raised in DC, and how many languages do. I went to a French school, my whole life and heads learn Spanish at school as well. Okay. So big, Arabic, Arabic English Spanish. She's speaks four languages just checking. Not perfectly. My mom would like, I don't know object. No back to the Messia, Laura. Nora mercy. Worst razors. Great. It's. I love it. It's just easy. And then I use a MAC Brown. Penn literally on my eyelid upper eyelid. And then I actually use it in the crease of mind, the circus take brush just brush over cool so eyeliner, but but I use it as a shadow in one pen in this would've makeup artist. Start talking to us about the silken spell that this U C U S sulks. I love that where you would have crease if you have here, but not everybody has a crease. So it's a much clearer way to describe that area of your face seperation, someone who might have a a hooded lid. They wanna sulk if they want us. Okay. So that's what Linda Evangelista said. I think fronts von Nour's called a banana the banana. Yeah. Yeah. On the show. No. Can we talk about your skin care? Hold on one more. Oh, yes. All right. What I love the westbound at today. Oh, I knew that that highlighter. Okay. On. Put it on. And I swear people think I'm like walking with the filter one in the round compact, lack one I think actually have it in my bag. I I will find out and put a link on the blog for everybody. We'll show it to you right now. Lovely. It's great oh in lip. Sorry. We I don't I use. Oh will lead to skin food Okay. I I don't quote based of that term. But like I just put a lot on actually while I'm doing my skin care and makeup and towards the end of the ten minute takes ten minutes to get ready from maybe seven eight minutes. It just becomes translucent and anything excess. I bought off with nex started making a lip balm version of the skin food at came out. I did not want to have to send you some as thank you for fat mascara, you we're gonna ask her about skin care. Yes. Skin care, so skin-care. So the PM my PM routine is like my main routine because I think that's when you really have to take care of your skin. So I always take my makeup off a us. The by Dermot mysolar water, then I use Vanna cream face wash which is super easy, really cheap. Nothing. Nothing special after I've taken my face off. I use a serum right now, I'm using the definition which has defenses and this your own stem cells to kind of help with your skin. In need to get on that too sensitive. This winter sides kind of laid off the rentals for just now. And then after I use the serum use the Henriksen ice cream. And then I either use the leader can food or if I'm feeling I use that pretty I know it's expensive. But I love it, which one artificial skin filler cream. Ooh off it. So good and. Yeah, that's it. And then in the morning I wash my face with water use vitamin c used the Lido, and then sunscreen, I like it four steps. That's it. We cute too. That's awesome. I want to be like you. So it was there anything we didn't ask you that. We should've asked DO. I think it's I think it's a home run. Guys are good. Thank you so much for answering our listeners questions and our questions by pleasure. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you. Thank you cue the music. It's time to raise raise it. Okay. I'm raising a one to a mess CARA. Oh, okay. Which just feels right to start off the New Year's or do that mascara a co I'm pretty sure I've never raised one to this. Because you know, how picky. I am about mascara. I know I think I have one that finally has trumped the blink tubing mascara made the switch. Okay. It's glossy. Okay. I'm sorry. Sorry because it's hyped. And I'd like, but I believe the hype is the lash lick one I think it's their only mascara, you know, me, I'm such a contrarian if everybody likes it. I don't wanna hear about it..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Takes no chances whatsoever. Putting aside the FEC it's historically wildly inaccurate which movies do Argo. Did it? I think zero dark thirty to an extent a plenty of movies have done that which is fine. But this one took it to a whole 'nother level like changing Rowan, Freddie. Mercury got aids. Like, it just kind of row swatch ING, it the they had make up drama about one of the most like hugest bans in most dramatic bands. Entirety of music history. They had to make up shit about them to make the movie interesting, and it's still wasn't inch. Interesting like fucked it up that bed. I don't get a movie that you that best picture is that fucking joke house lobbying. Lobbied seen like you said is amazing. It's great sure. But that even that much better than any of the concert scenes from stars born, no no say, I'll put them at the same. The first the first time Allie sings on stage with Jackson main stars. I put that right there at the Live Aid scene. And that's that life. I've seen is the best thing in the whole movie only less for like what all seven eight minutes. It's. This also put this on my blog. I look ever knows Bergkamp's movies fans. A huge comp will be stand. I'm definitely bias just fine. I don't care. I love him. And I understand the the concept that you actually sit at the other day that you do have a little fatigue with complex where it's like it has to be amazing or you're gonna be like all right relaxed, by the way congrats into the spider verse. That's awesome. That at one it's on. On. Kick kick kick rocks dogs. You. And even to that extent Pixar go make him better. You know, incredible too. I really liked it lowered my score over the year. But go make something original. That's spider verse made something really cool anyway, regardless of his so kind of movies people say like all sequels comic, but movies and Star Wars. That's that's ruining Hollywood. No. You know what? You'll it's worse for Hollywood is shit like this winning because again, the acting mouth did a great job. It looked great sounded great. But there's nothing about this. That is different that is out there that takes chance of takes risk. There's there's no commentary in it's worth it at all. I won't even get into it. Because it's not my place like not getting into the politics of it. But to comment on that. But bottom line this took no risk. It made no commentary on a finger who had a lot of impact for many, different reasons. Not just the entertainment world, but the world in general, you know, being a gay man at that time and the whole aides part of his life all of that like a huge fucking. He'll in this movie said nothing nothing out like out of just being safe on. It's nothing important on it, and it which is kind of like sorry to political like that insane. Like, a colder with how would know that. We're like saying something that matters important would be fucking nothing said nothing they're actually people who who really hate this movie because of that. So I am it it's fucking while at this movie one, and I like big we make fun of people who pissed their pants over show at time. And that's exactly what we sound like right now, especially me. But like it just fucking bothers me support of our podcast. I guess type of movie saw. Yeah. It bothers me. I totally agree with what you're saying. It just it's absolutely mind boggling to mind mind, bottling to me just to see a movie like this where they like you're saying user such impactful person to you know, OJT across the world where like he was a big exposure for them. And you know, we helped a lot of people come to terms themselves and come out in a time where that wasn't accepted, and they skipped over that. They made this the Brian they made the prime may prop. Agana show because that's what this entire thing was even the award show. The ward showed self have that curly headed Faulk sitting center stage in the audience right next to roaming, Molly and every second they pant..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Takes no chances whatsoever. Putting aside the FEC it's historically wildly inaccurate which movies do Argo. Did it? I think zero dark thirty to an extent a plenty of movies have done that which is fine. But this one took it to a whole 'nother level like changing Rowan, Freddie. Mercury got aids. Like, it just kind of row swatch ING, it the they had make up drama about one of the most like hugest bans in most dramatic bands. Entirety of music history. They had to make up shit about them to make the movie interesting, and it's still wasn't inch. Interesting like fucked it up that bed. I don't get a movie that you that best picture is that fucking joke house lobbying. Lobbied seen like you said is amazing. It's great sure. But that even that much better than any of the concert scenes from stars born, no no say, I'll put them at the same. The first the first time Allie sings on stage with Jackson main stars. I put that right there at the Live Aid scene. And that's that life. I've seen is the best thing in the whole movie only less for like what all seven eight minutes. It's. This also put this on my blog. I look ever knows Bergkamp's movies fans. A huge comp will be stand. I'm definitely bias just fine. I don't care. I love him. And I understand the the concept that you actually sit at the other day that you do have a little fatigue with complex where it's like it has to be amazing or you're gonna be like all right relaxed, by the way congrats into the spider verse. That's awesome. That at one it's on. On. Kick kick kick rocks dogs. You. And even to that extent Pixar go make him better. You know, incredible too. I really liked it lowered my score over the year. But go make something original. That's spider verse made something really cool anyway, regardless of his so kind of movies people say like all sequels comic, but movies and Star Wars. That's that's ruining Hollywood. No. You know what? You'll it's worse for Hollywood is shit like this winning because again, the acting mouth did a great job. It looked great sounded great. But there's nothing about this. That is different that is out there that takes chance of takes risk. There's there's no commentary in it's worth it at all. I won't even get into it. Because it's not my place like not getting into the politics of it. But to comment on that. But bottom line this took no risk. It made no commentary on a finger who had a lot of impact for many, different reasons. Not just the entertainment world, but the world in general, you know, being a gay man at that time and the whole aides part of his life all of that like a huge fucking. He'll in this movie said nothing nothing out like out of just being safe on. It's nothing important on it, and it which is kind of like sorry to political like that insane. Like, a colder with how would know that. We're like saying something that matters important would be fucking nothing said nothing they're actually people who who really hate this movie because of that. So I am it it's fucking while at this movie one, and I like big we make fun of people who pissed their pants over show at time. And that's exactly what we sound like right now, especially me. But like it just fucking bothers me support of our podcast. I guess type of movie saw. Yeah. It bothers me. I totally agree with what you're saying. It just it's absolutely mind boggling to mind mind, bottling to me just to see a movie like this where they like you're saying user such impactful person to you know, OJT across the world where like he was a big exposure for them. And you know, we helped a lot of people come to terms themselves and come out in a time where that wasn't accepted, and they skipped over that. They made this the Brian they made the prime may prop. Agana show because that's what this entire thing was even the award show. The ward showed self have that curly headed Faulk sitting center stage in the audience right next to roaming, Molly and every second they pant..

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"seven eight minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"seven eight minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Us going to comic con, it's it's very similar in the sense that you have this one specific industry, but for tech and about as many people attend is estimated some a hundred and eighty thousand people will be there this week one hundred eighty thousand all technical files like me, and I'm the person. I I wish I had more time to discuss tech on this program. I'm a cord cutter. I love everything that Google does. I'm not an apple guy, even a Josh. And Michael should. I mean, they're my boys and everything, but it's one thing. I really dislike about them. I'm not an apple guy. Oh, you're not. No. I thought you had a iphone though. No smart. It's android. Okay. Okay. Now, I like him back. Made my. Yeah. Yeah. See how superficial? I am. Okay. Then I just dislike Josh for the next seven eight minutes, or so I say that all in fun. Oh, enjoy Murata is an iphone guy. I forgot. A dark secret place. Yeah. I it's. Okay. Not to like you Joey 'cause you just said apple fan. Boy. How about that? Apple stock this week. Do you have stock in apple? I bet you lost a lot of money. See didn't happen to Google. Anyhow as I was saying CAS is coming this week. And one of the big topics actually is not technical logical at all CS is actually trying to work more women into the conference because the tech industry. Has been largely just devoid of women in also people of color and for for many people. It seems like it's not welcoming. It's not Representative is not open to so C wants to make sure or at least the people who are presenting. It's ES wants to make sure that tech is position in a certain way. So can attract the most available talent, no matter what. Because regardless of what Silicon Valley do if they're going to continue to grow with going to continue to attract the best talent, the people couldn't make the most inroads into all communities than it would be incumbent upon them to make sure they have people from those communities, of course, talented nature, but at the same time that you have those voices in the room those minds in the room who can offer some sort of advice or insight or just a level of creative thinking, which may not have been there before. But here's some of the things which will be featured at CS from. What I'm told? There's going to be some new flying cars in which they're going to be testing. We've heard since maybe I dunno nineteen Seventy-nine that the next advent in transportation technology will be a flying car. We've heard about it for decades. And it's not really here. But they say it's it's almost here now. And I thought how will they ever get a flying car, and how will we as people be able to handle it? We can't even handle autonomous vehicles. We can't even handle cars right now. And you wanna give someone who has to give us something which has to to work in a three D space, not just on a two dimensional plane. Not just right left forward backward. Fast, slow stop, but up down and all around you think we can handle that probably that and they will be also featuring get this sex bots. They're bringing sex spots to CAS not that I expected that to happen. But sure enough it's coming and let me tell you. There are also robots strippers where if you want to spend three thousand dollars of your hard on money, you can have a robot stripper. And I'm thinking if I have three thousand dollars, I might as well, just go get a real Hooker. Or get a real stripper and get some real lap dances. Turnoff that music. I need.

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