35 Burst results for "Seven Mile"

North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

"North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has fired fired fired fired another another another another missile missile missile missile into into into into the the the the sea sea sea sea this this this this time time time time the the the the missile missile missile missile is is is is the the the the most most most most powerful powerful powerful powerful it it it it has has has has tested tested tested tested since since since since president president president president Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton took took took took office office office office the the the the test test test test appears appears appears appears to to to to be be be be a a a a continuation continuation continuation continuation of of of of north north north north Korea's Korea's Korea's Korea's strategy strategy strategy strategy to to to to gain gain gain gain concessions concessions concessions concessions from from from from Washington Washington Washington Washington and and and and neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors amid amid amid amid a a a a prolonged prolonged prolonged prolonged stalemates stalemates stalemates stalemates in in in in diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy the the the the missile missile missile missile was was was was launched launched launched launched on on on on and and and and off off off off to to to to trajectory trajectory trajectory trajectory to to to to avoid avoid avoid avoid the the the the territorial territorial territorial territorial space space space space of of of of neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors it it it it reached reached reached reached a a a a maximum maximum maximum maximum altitude altitude altitude altitude of of of of one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty two two two two miles miles miles miles and and and and traveled traveled traveled traveled four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred ninety ninety ninety ninety seven seven seven seven miles miles miles miles before before before before landing landing landing landing in in in in the the the the sea sea sea sea the the the the flight flight flight flight details details details details suggest suggest suggest suggest that that that that it it it it is is is is the the the the longest longest longest longest range range range range ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic missile missile missile missile that that that that the the the the north north north north has has has has tested tested tested tested since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen the the the the test test test test was was was was north north north north Korea's Korea's Korea's Korea's seventh seventh seventh seventh round round round round of of of of launches launches launches launches this this this this month month month month I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Or spend time starting local political organization. You have to prioritize those things and accept that they're going to be things that don't get done and so there's a sort of zen acceptance of non productivity in some ways and then there's also these larger issues of just if you get four thousand weeks you have to accept that they're gonna be all kinds of things you never get to do. Even if you travel the world there will be places you just don't see in that amount of time and so again. This is not a conventional seven habits of highly effective people. it's a bit more of a wide ranging. Sas stick book and bergman's journalists whose work i've admired in the past is very even keeled sort of person and i enjoyed this book. It's not. it's not my book. Because i'm very lazy. I actually don't care about how productive. Im so i found myself at some thinking. Why would anyone want to yeah. Am i allowed to say john that struggled to get this review in on time. I think that there's an unrecognized connection between laziness and productivity in that at least my efficiency stems from what i see as a profound laziness which is to say and i think maybe there are others out there that you want to get everything done so that you can lie around doing nothing. So that's kind of. I don't know yes. No i feel that way. You want to have the weekend to just do your thing and not have to worry about it. But the other part of me has a hard time justifying reading books about efficiency or a tiny management for like about how busy we all are because my gut instinct is to be like yes and so therefore. I'm too busy to read this book. One of the pleasures of reading this book is that i think berkman on some level would agree with you. I mean this is the book for the people who don't like these kinds of books. Because he always has the slightly distanced meditate. Take on it and if told him at the end of this book what you've convinced me of that never going to read practical book again. He'd say great if that's how you want to use your time because the idea of using but he thinks that that's your priority ditch them who cares. I feel like maybe when should always have this british guide to self help books. Jeff dyer or berkman. Yes there he's not quite as well. He's i mean. Jeff dyer i find so dry and so funny berkman little i put him a level below. That level of arch nece. But he's definitely got a british dry wit and it's very helpful when reading this kind of stuff. It's not that manic american. Get it done..

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Or spend time starting local political organization. You have to prioritize those things and accept that they're going to be things that don't get done and so there's a sort of zen acceptance of non productivity in some ways and then there's also these larger issues of just if you get four thousand weeks you have to accept that they're gonna be all kinds of things you never get to do. Even if you travel the world there will be places you just don't see in that amount of time and so again. This is not a conventional seven habits of highly effective people. it's a bit more of a wide ranging. Sas stick book and bergman's journalists whose work i've admired in the past is very even keeled sort of person and i enjoyed this book. It's not. it's not my book. Because i'm very lazy. I actually don't care about how productive. Im so i found myself at some thinking. Why would anyone want to yeah. Am i allowed to say john that struggled to get this review in on time. I think that there's an unrecognized connection between laziness and productivity in that at least my efficiency stems from what i see as a profound laziness which is to say and i think maybe there are others out there that you want to get everything done so that you can lie around doing nothing. So that's kind of. I don't know yes. No i feel that way. You want to have the weekend to just do your thing and not have to worry about it. But the other part of me has a hard time justifying reading books about efficiency or a tiny management for like about how busy we all are because my gut instinct is to be like yes and so therefore. I'm too busy to read this book. One of the pleasures of reading this book is that i think berkman on some level would agree with you. I mean this is the book for the people who don't like these kinds of books. Because he always has the slightly distanced meditate. Take on it and if told him at the end of this book what you've convinced me of that never going to read practical book again. He'd say great if that's how you want to use your time because the idea of using but he thinks that that's your priority ditch them who cares. I feel like maybe when should always have this british guide to self help books. Jeff dyer or berkman. Yes there he's not quite as well. He's i mean. Jeff dyer i find so dry and so funny berkman little i put him a level below. That level of arch nece. But he's definitely got a british dry wit and it's very helpful when reading this kind of stuff. It's not that manic american. Get it done..

bergman berkman Jeff dyer john
"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Their backlist is really really strong. And so what to expect when you're expecting has become sort of its own little franchise with a bunch of different pregnancy and parenting books and they have more than forty million copies printed those books and they just have little books is just kept chugging along for decades published a book in the mid seventy s called. Carrots love tomatoes which is about plants that grow well together in your garden and it's been reprinted..

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Their backlist is really really strong. And so what to expect when you're expecting has become sort of its own little franchise with a bunch of different pregnancy and parenting books and they have more than forty million copies printed those books and they just have little books is just kept chugging along for decades published a book in the mid seventy s called. Carrots love tomatoes which is about plants that grow well together in your garden and it's been reprinted..

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Told me about don heath when i was sixteen years later when i began researching this book i thought i need to track him down and indeed i did. He was eighty nine years old. He was living in northern california and after he passed away his family permitted nature review the contents of twelve steamer trump's that contained donald keith seniors unpublished memoir and correspondence with the secretary of the treasury. Henry morgenthau junior as well as letters and diaries written by don his mother. The we's between nineteen thirty nine thousand nine hundred forty one. I don't mean to completely jump ahead or to give away the ending but some of it we do know right away which is of course. That milford was given the death penalty directly by hitler. What happened on february sixteenth. Nineteen forty three. And how did she get there. Because originally it wasn't the death penalty gestapo tracked her down in nazi occupied with alenia as she and her husband were trying to escape in the fall of nineteen forty two they were thrown into prison agusto headquarters. She was transferred to a women's prison and she was interrogated and tortured over the course of three and a half months. There was a mass trial top secret mass trial and in december nineteen forty two. She walked into a courtroom and she was given a sentence of six years in prison. Two days later. Hitler found out about her sentence to end reversed it and attracts. Let's go back to the title all the frequent troubles of our days. That's where does it come from. And why did you choose for the title of this book. It comes from a volume of poetry. That mildred was translating in her prison cell shortly before she was executed a prison chaplain who was secretly in the resistance. Visited her about an hour before her execution and he saw her bent over this book scribbling in the margins with a pencil stub and she was scribbling translations of these poems and so all the frequent troubles of our days as a line from one of these alums..

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Told me about don heath when i was sixteen years later when i began researching this book i thought i need to track him down and indeed i did. He was eighty nine years old. He was living in northern california and after he passed away his family permitted nature review the contents of twelve steamer trump's that contained donald keith seniors unpublished memoir and correspondence with the secretary of the treasury. Henry morgenthau junior as well as letters and diaries written by don his mother. The we's between nineteen thirty nine thousand nine hundred forty one. I don't mean to completely jump ahead or to give away the ending but some of it we do know right away which is of course. That milford was given the death penalty directly by hitler. What happened on february sixteenth. Nineteen forty three. And how did she get there. Because originally it wasn't the death penalty gestapo tracked her down in nazi occupied with alenia as she and her husband were trying to escape in the fall of nineteen forty two they were thrown into prison agusto headquarters. She was transferred to a women's prison and she was interrogated and tortured over the course of three and a half months. There was a mass trial top secret mass trial and in december nineteen forty two. She walked into a courtroom and she was given a sentence of six years in prison. Two days later. Hitler found out about her sentence to end reversed it and attracts. Let's go back to the title all the frequent troubles of our days. That's where does it come from. And why did you choose for the title of this book. It comes from a volume of poetry. That mildred was translating in her prison cell shortly before she was executed a prison chaplain who was secretly in the resistance. Visited her about an hour before her execution and he saw her bent over this book scribbling in the margins with a pencil stub and she was scribbling translations of these poems and so all the frequent troubles of our days as a line from one of these alums..

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Or paperback ari. Maybe it's ok. Okay tina thank you. Thank you pamela. Rebecca donner joins us now. Her new book is called all the frequent troubles of our days. The true story of the american women at the heart of the german resistance to hitler rebecca. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. And it's also a new york times bestsellers. Congratulations much this book. We should just say outright is part of your family story. But it's not your first book. Why did you wait. And how did you know that you were ready to write it. Well actually this book has been just dating since. I was quite young when i was about nine years old. I visited my grandmother's house in chevy chase maryland and she asked me to stand against the kitchen wall which all of the children did and and i had my height measured and i stepped back and i looked all the marks along the wall and i saw one that was rather faint and i asked who sat and it was an m next to it and she said well that's not true but she said nothing else and in a sense that there was some tension in her voice. I sense that there was a story there at the age of nine and i wanted to find out more later my brother and i explored the attic and it was filled with musty. Clothes and children's board games and rubber banded stacks of playing cards and and. I discovered this large jar but this and some were ebony and hexagonal and swearing mother and my great grandmother allowed me to take that back and i put it up on my shelf and i glanced at it now and then and i wondered if any of those buttons nervous she. She's my great great aunts. And i learn more about her story when my grandmother at the age when i was sixteen gave me miltants letters and then she started telling me more of the story and so the mystery of mildred intrigued me all the more and my grandmother knew that i had ambitions to be a writer said to me. You must write her story so sixteen. I made a promise to my grandmother. And i intended to keep it all right. Let's go back and talk a little bit more in depth about mildred and her story. What led her to germany in the first place..

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Or paperback ari. Maybe it's ok. Okay tina thank you. Thank you pamela. Rebecca donner joins us now. Her new book is called all the frequent troubles of our days. The true story of the american women at the heart of the german resistance to hitler rebecca. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. And it's also a new york times bestsellers. Congratulations much this book. We should just say outright is part of your family story. But it's not your first book. Why did you wait. And how did you know that you were ready to write it. Well actually this book has been just dating since. I was quite young when i was about nine years old. I visited my grandmother's house in chevy chase maryland and she asked me to stand against the kitchen wall which all of the children did and and i had my height measured and i stepped back and i looked all the marks along the wall and i saw one that was rather faint and i asked who sat and it was an m next to it and she said well that's not true but she said nothing else and in a sense that there was some tension in her voice. I sense that there was a story there at the age of nine and i wanted to find out more later my brother and i explored the attic and it was filled with musty. Clothes and children's board games and rubber banded stacks of playing cards and and. I discovered this large jar but this and some were ebony and hexagonal and swearing mother and my great grandmother allowed me to take that back and i put it up on my shelf and i glanced at it now and then and i wondered if any of those buttons nervous she. She's my great great aunts. And i learn more about her story when my grandmother at the age when i was sixteen gave me miltants letters and then she started telling me more of the story and so the mystery of mildred intrigued me all the more and my grandmother knew that i had ambitions to be a writer said to me. You must write her story so sixteen. I made a promise to my grandmother. And i intended to keep it all right. Let's go back and talk a little bit more in depth about mildred and her story. What led her to germany in the first place..

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"He recently took the youngest woman and the first pacific islander to who actually lives in this region down into the bottom of the mariana trench. So he's really opening up this place. I mean it's extraordinary thing to do to get down there. It takes pretty much takes hours to drift down to the bottom. You have a sort of short window of time to see this steepest part before you have to come back up again. Kathy sullivan has described it. More like an elevator and going up into space. It was like being in bomb and going down like a very slow elevator. Ride neither sounds especially pleasant. I have to say but what is it that you would want most to see yourself going down to the bottom of the ocean. What questions drive you. I mean i guess. There organisms and their ecosystems. That i would love to witness and i guess i'm very strong to the idea of black smokers in hydrothermal vents. Cindy's are external ecosystem that form. They're basically the equivalent of hot springs only so much more extreme in the deep because of all the pressure means they can be hundreds of degrees of heat without boiling. The precious stops that from happening. And so we get these incredibly hard incredibly toxic environments when nothing by rights should exist yes very little oxygen toxic chemicals in the water. It's really an unpleasant place but it's full of life the absolutely i. It's one of these extraordinary concentrations of very strange life forms. They were first discovered in the late. Seventy s just offer the galapagos islands. And it was geologist. You went to look for these things. They'd had this idea that will hot plume of fluids coming up from the seabed. I should say these foam not wear plates are colliding trenches. But were they're pulling apart and you've got this kind of hot magma not to deepen the in the heating up fluids causing this crazy conditions so the judge went down thinking that they were just going to look like a deep sea volcano basically lo and behold it was covered in life giant. Chew told us a human being and since then we've been going back and back and discovering more and more life. So you know if i could take a submersible down i'd go to one of the hydrogen events we haven't been to you. Look out the window and maybe see animals that no one has seen it. I would love to do that all right now. I want to get back to your question that you asked earlier these creatures..

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Who says the academic field is undramatic. Watch sandra oh in the netflix series. The chair oh portrays professor. Jean kim whose handed the reins the first person of color and female chair of the english department at penn university professor. Kim must juggle being a single parent. Collegiate challenges a workplace romance. This culturally relevant comedy shows university life from a professor's perspective that chairs streaming now only on net flicks. What exactly do we lose. If we jeopardize the deep stretches of ocean helen scales will be here to talk about her new book. The brilliant abyss had an american woman. Germany stand up to hitler and the nazi party. Rebecca donner will be here to talk about all the frequent troubles of our days. The true story of the american woman at the heart of the german resistance to hitler. Liz harris will be here with the latest and publishing news. Plus my colleagues and i will talk about what we're reading. This is the booker. V podcast from the new york times. It's august twentieth. I'm panel paul and helen. Scales joins us now from rural brittany and france. Her new book is called the brilliant abyss exploring the majestic hidden life of the deep ocean and the looming threat. That perils it helen. Thanks for being here. Tumbler is an absolute pleasure. Thank you so much for having me so you for in a number of bucks about the ocean and the creatures that live within it including octopuses. I have the shoal the great barrier reef spirals and time and several others. How do you find your subjects. Each time. i always find myself diving back into the ocean and into a topic that always at the time suddenly feels enormous and bagan uncontrollable. I wonder how i got there. But i guess i just i follow either collections of stories. That have come my way so the shelves Wrote was sort realization. That i had these different stories about human connections to seashells. I wanted to tell and then this latest one about the deep ocean. It was this. Yeah kind of deepening. If i win solve the importance and the and the enormous wonders of the ocean and realizing that was incredible stories to tell from those dock depth that we don't really get to see so much obviously these are all different subjects about the c. and c. life but they are all about the ocean. What got you interested in the ocean to begin with so i've been in ocean. Kid guess seventy for my teenage years. I was it was the very nature loving kid. I was always running around outside enjoying the modern the and the creatures outdoors and then I mean i spent a lot of family.

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"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"seven mile" Discussed on The Book Review

"Who says the academic field is undramatic. Watch sandra oh in the netflix series. The chair oh portrays professor. Jean kim whose handed the reins the first person of color and female chair of the english department at penn university professor. Kim must juggle being a single parent. Collegiate challenges a workplace romance. This culturally relevant comedy shows university life from a professor's perspective that chairs streaming now only on net flicks. What exactly do we lose. If we jeopardize the deep stretches of ocean helen scales will be here to talk about her new book. The brilliant abyss had an american woman. Germany stand up to hitler and the nazi party. Rebecca donner will be here to talk about all the frequent troubles of our days. The true story of the american woman at the heart of the german resistance to hitler. Liz harris will be here with the latest and publishing news. Plus my colleagues and i will talk about what we're reading. This is the booker. V podcast from the new york times. It's august twentieth. I'm panel paul and helen. Scales joins us now from rural brittany and france. Her new book is called the brilliant abyss exploring the majestic hidden life of the deep ocean and the looming threat. That perils it helen. Thanks for being here. Tumbler is an absolute pleasure. Thank you so much for having me so you for in a number of bucks about the ocean and the creatures that live within it including octopuses. I have the shoal the great barrier reef spirals and time and several others. How do you find your subjects. Each time. i always find myself diving back into the ocean and into a topic that always at the time suddenly feels enormous and bagan uncontrollable. I wonder how i got there. But i guess i just i follow either collections of stories. That have come my way so the shelves Wrote was sort realization. That i had these different stories about human connections to seashells. I wanted to tell and then this latest one about the deep ocean. It was this. Yeah kind of deepening. If i win solve the importance and the and the enormous wonders of the ocean and realizing that was incredible stories to tell from those dock depth that we don't really get to see so much obviously these are all different subjects about the c. and c. life but they are all about the ocean. What got you interested in the ocean to begin with so i've been in ocean. Kid guess seventy for my teenage years. I was it was the very nature loving kid. I was always running around outside enjoying the modern the and the creatures outdoors and then I mean i spent a lot of family.

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Jim Ryun Was the First High Schooler to Break the 4-Minute Mile

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Jim Ryun Was the First High Schooler to Break the 4-Minute Mile

"Take us through those two years. How did you know that you would because again. I want the headline from for my listeners. Understand that you broke the four minute mile in high school. This is an unbelievable thing. It wasn't until roger bannister in the fifties broke the four minute mile. He was views after college. I guess he was already a surgeon or something doctor. But you did. This is a high schooler and two years before you'd never run. So what were those two years like suddenly discovering this talent well to begin with it was very very painful Whether if your listeners you may have had them to shin-splints. I had shin-splints the first six weeks that iran which is basically very painful for every step you take somehow a god gave me the perseverance to go through their And then i finally made see the last place on the c team. We had three levels across country is go. Abmc was the last person on the c team and then this phenomenal thing happened here within the next six weeks by the time we get to the state meet. I ended up being on the varsity team and finished sixth in the state meeting cross country and i was elated. I thought this is grand It was grand is because one of my goals was to make the team When away other goals was to get a girlfriend. And i got a letter. Jack and girlfriend in jack went together but it didn't so that was kind of the beginning for me very infants steps and then this phenomenal thing happened in the next six months where i went from a five thirty eight mile to a four zero seven mile which i still find it hard to believe i see your eyes opping well because i think i could have run a five thirty eight mile when i was younger now. I'm not kidding but that's it you know. Maybe maybe if i had trained i could've gone it down to five twenty years. I don't know but the idea that you had the ability to become one of the greatest milers in the history of

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Hundreds March to Texas Capitol in Protest of GOP Elections Bills

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Hundreds March to Texas Capitol in Protest of GOP Elections Bills

"Country music legend Willie Nelson performed at a voting rights rally at the Texas state capitol in Austin on Saturday seeking his vote amount song if you the action in a statement Nelson says laws making it more difficult for people to vote are unamerican intended to punish poor people people of color the elderly and disabled Lyndon Baines Johnson whose father President Johnson signed the nineteen sixty five voting rights act told the crowd her father would be proud of today's activists access to the ball well liberty and justice for all the rally in Austin was the end of a March that started Wednesday twenty seven miles away in George town against tighter voting laws Texas Republicans are pushing I'm Julie Walker

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The Disappearance of Brandon Swanson

Unexplained Mysteries

02:52 min | 11 months ago

The Disappearance of Brandon Swanson

"Year old brandon. Swanson loved the landscape of minnesota. His home state as a teenager growing up in the small town of marshall one of his favourite activities was speeding down the countryside in his green chevrolet lumina he also loved. Seeing the wind turbines that dotted the landscape. Brandon was passionate about the environment and believed in the importance of renewable resources in two thousand seven after graduating from marshall high school he enrolled at the local technical college to study wind turbines located in the town of can be. His college was only a thirty mile drive from home. The proximity allowed him to commute to classes without having to stay on campus. Five days a week brandon made the forty minute. Try a straight shot down. State highway sixty eight may thirteenth. Two thousand eight was the last day of the academic year rather than go home after his final classes random state out and celebrated with his friends. He started the night at a house party in lind minnesota a town about seven miles south of his home in marshall. He had a few drinks over the course of several hours and then said he was heading to another party in can be friends at the party. Didn't believe brandon was drunk at the very least. He wasn't acting like it so they didn't worry about him. Driving brandon made the mile journey back to can be without incident in joined a second set of friends. He had another shot of whiskey but still he seemed sober enough to drive around one. A m brandon finally headed back home. He said goodbye climbed back into his chevy lumina and drove off into the minnesota night. It was the same drive. He'd made so many times before right down highway sixty eight but this time. He was driving toward disaster at one fifty four. Am and net and brian. Swanson woke up to the sound of ringling cell phone when they answered the call. Brandon told him. He needed their help. He recounted the accident describing how the car slipped off the gravel road and into a small ditch while he wasn't injured and the car wasn't damaged. Brandon said he needed to be picked up. The swanson's asked for their sons location. He said he was on state highway. Sixty eight somewhere between the towns of marshall and lind is parents hopped in their car and drove. It wasn't far brandon and his parents believed they were within a ten minute drive of each other but when a net and brian swanson arrived at the midpoint of the desolate highway between lind and marshall. They didn't see their son anywhere.

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Cyclone Lashes India, Bangladesh After 1.1M Evacuated

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Cyclone Lashes India, Bangladesh After 1.1M Evacuated

"Heavy winds and a high tide a lashing parts of eastern India and neighboring Bangladesh as a cyclone moves a shore when will the one point one million people have already evacuated sustained winds of up to eighty seven miles per hour blowing but the storm is full cost to weaken somewhat West Bengal state's top official says twenty thousand mud huts and temples shelters the poor have been damaged TV images showed knee deep water in the beach resort town on the wind whipping palm trees Scicluna was already caused two deaths and damage times before the landfill and comes amid the code of our surge complicating relief efforts I'm Charles for the past month

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What Your Pre-Run Warmup Routine Should Look Like

Another Mother Runner

02:31 min | 1 year ago

What Your Pre-Run Warmup Routine Should Look Like

"Let's Hop on over to those questions and this is from jenny who wonders about warm ups and she seems to have stopped to call in this question. Which i know you always love. Hey guys it is. Jenny from allen texas and i m in the warm up a temple workout in one of your half marathon training plans and then just thinking should i be doing strides in this one. Look like in the one mile warmer i into some work I worry about this Wonder it and say that you can answer this question. Take care guys many happy. Well hello jenny. Speaking of the portland retreat or forward to seeing you add it. I know you and some of your buddies from texas convening here so looking forward to that okay all right back to your question i agree. It can seem jarring to jump into a really challenging. You know kinda turn on the turbo jets to do tempo. Or you know other speedier work after quote unquote just a mile or two warm-up i find the older i get the more time i need to warm up so i'll share what i do But i coach timoti offer guidance. Well i think i think The amount of warm up you need directly correlates with age. So i mean i feel like you know if you were a twenty five mile would feel really long. Can't we just get this workout. So i think you know what we did in most the train like a mother plan. Is we try to be super efficient with your time knowing that. You know we don't want to give you. I mean there are some plans for sure that have longer than sixty minutes on the weekdays marathon and training plans and that kind of thing because you have to put into mileage there but we really want to make you know be able to give you work outs. That are compact bite size and doable as possible. So the good news is that you can add anything like as long as you're going at an easy pace you can easily add onto a warm up at onto a cool down. There is no problem there. So if two miles feels better if two and a half miles feels better. You can absolutely do that. You're going to talk a little bit about dynamic warm ups so we can talk about that as well. That might also be a good way to kind of get your body blood flowing and then go into a mile but if you feel like you need one point three miles one point. Seven miles in your schedule allows for

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"seven mile" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"seven mile" Discussed on SUSCAST

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1 Dead, 12 Missing After Boat Capsizes off Louisiana

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

1 Dead, 12 Missing After Boat Capsizes off Louisiana

"And six others have been rescued after a boat capsized off the coast of Louisiana. Coast Guard captain will Watson says a dozen passengers who were on that boat are still missing my heart. On the collective heart. Of our team goes out to the families, but we're giving it all we have. The boat capsized yesterday seven miles south of Port food. Shawn with 19. People aboard the Coast Guard has both a helicopter and a plane searching the area. The rush is on is more storms are on the way. Parents and

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Daytona Road Course Setup

The Final Lap

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Daytona Road Course Setup

"Is here. so let's get you set up for this weekend. The two thousand twenty one daytona. Five hundred is in the books but nascar is not done with daytona just yet this weekend. They raised their again. But this time back on the road course they go. It's a points paying race. Unlike the bush clash a few weeks ago all three series or an action that track turning left and right on the fourteen. Turn three point six one mile road. Course let's take a look at the stats with a cup series race number. Two of thirty six like mentioned on a three point six one mile road course. Fourteen turns thirty one degrees of banking on the turns. Of course the cup race is seventy laps or two hundred fifty. Two point seven miles stage one sixteen lap stage to eighteen laps final stage thirty six laps. Check out out all all the the action. action. Sunday Sunday three three pm pm eastern eastern on on fox. fox.

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Branson Beats Musk in Human Hyperloop Test

Business Wars Daily

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Branson Beats Musk in Human Hyperloop Test

"A week ago a man and a woman got into a metal pod sat down on vegan leather seats and strap themselves for a trip. Unlike any other the pod was then levitated by magnets and shot through vacuum tube at one hundred seven miles per hour in roughly six seconds. Talk about a wild ride and it was actually an historic first. The two brave souls are employees of virgin hyperloop and they were the first humans to test. The new technology virgin hyperloop focuses on the high speed transportation concept billionaire. Richard branson's virgin group is a minority investor before testing the system with humans virgin hyperloop conducted more than four hundred unmanned tests. Hyperloop has been called the future of transport. The systems are designed to be giant low pressure tubes floating pods or suspended by magnets and carry passengers from point. Eight point at theoretical speeds of up to seven hundred miles per hour. Here's how it works. The pod network uses magnetic levitation two sets of magnets both repel the pod in the tube and help move it forward and the vacuum system used to help accelerate to high speeds is similar to the system. You use to send your documents to the teller at your bank. drive through. Popular mechanics explains inside the pod. G forces were more than three times that of an airplane but the passengers said the ride was smooth. New york times reported ultimately groups like virgin hyperloop hoped to deploy the technology to transport people and cargo. The speed would reduce the time. It takes to get from los angeles to san francisco to less than an hour. The times report says that's faster than a direct flight. When the hyperloop debuts it will be the first truly new transportation technology and more than one hundred years the independent reports branson isn't the only billionaire dabbling in hyperloop technology. You may have heard of a fellow named elon musk. He's credited with conceptualizing the technology nearly a decade ago and he is boring company. Boring as in boring tunnels underground has a test tunnel california that it's using to test. Its hyperloop and other technology. Each year musk's spacex holds a hyperloop pod competition where university students compete to make prototypes of high speed transportation. Pods last year. Students from the university of munich won the competition there. To um hyperloop pod set a new speed record for the competition of nearly three hundred miles per hour a longer track could help teams reach even higher speeds. Musk says virgin. Hyperloop is already designed to route between london. Borough branson says the uk route would be quicker and cheaper than the high speed rail system being put in now. The independent reports and richard geddes co founder of the hyperloop advanced research partnership believes that. There's an opportunity for a hyperloop. System linking abu dhabi and dubai in the united arab emirates. For now the hyperloop is still a theoretical transport system with more than a dozen companies working on bringing it reality and when you have competitive billionaires behind for bragging rights about being first to market things have a way getting done

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"seven mile" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"seven mile" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You walk seven miles to the polls this morning are really good, but she's voted and everything happened. There she is. There's the veil of the street. My grandchild was supposed to pick me up and he didn't God for Ah, busy. She's voted in every election. Since 1904. I've voted in every election night 80 far. And she wasn't gonna allow her stupid son, stepson grandson, whoever he isthe keep voting. She voted for George Wallace. Twice. Don't ruin my NPR story. I was creating the saint on Earth. The old lady who won't who will not be stopped by health, our society from putting her voted. If I do a story like that on the news, then you have to go the next step and just say this woman is perfect. It has lived an absolutely perfect life. She's never said anything mean anybody don't mess with my sorrow. My daughter and 42 years terrorized her when she was a youngster. She was a very noted doesn't deserve love. Anyway, My grandson didn't pick me up and I've voted in every election. Yeah, we're kind of What kind of leave it out. I killed my dog because he was barking to bury a part of that If someone like me, don't you young? Why are you holding a piece of you? I'm just holding it. There's nothing to feel like Hitler had a couple of Grandma show What's in your closet? And they are Someone did her story is God straight to hell. Ah, so cap, but that's the big thing that as he voted yet, this may be an old story may have voted. I have not heard reports that he has voted yet, But when we do, we will carry it here, you know, but you will have the exclusive right here. Bright Kemp. Will you vote for? Well, Erica? Hey, I got your name right list. Dated way. We can't give Donald Trump another turnaround. We're here. We gotta go. Joe Biden mazes. Conservative is a lot of folks and I think it'll bring us back to normal. Oh, I want to say that's Ah, fake Brian kept because he's probably has lawyers and stuff that was merely parody. Of course we all love. You always know who you know is gonna vote for Leffler because he put her up there. Against Collins. Right, so there's no and the only mystery to me was, you know, it's just I look at camp sometimes I think I may be spotting a Joe Jorgensen man. But, you know, you just don't know a lot of that lot to cut her Geo. What is Jib muted that the cut of her jib or his jaw? I have no idea what they're hearing my whole lite either cut of your jib. I'd like to know what that means. Is that a compliment? There is a juggling your slender They're not. There is 22 definitions here, Guys, There are two definitions. Are you ready? H o ur a triangular stay sail set forward of the Ford Most. What can somebody was that English? I just heard I really get verbatim Merits for sailing here. Low down, Jimbo. Down here. We gotta go. I want a word. It's all right, Joe. I'm ready. Let's go talk. I got a joke. It's a triangular stay sail Set board of the forward Most masked, so it's on the front of the Lord. Did you say set forth or set full set forward. Of the forward Most mass, that is, the definition of weak is different than regular in that is right fall out upon the or guys at night. Yes of Sailor's delight. Guys are going to die. I don't know Thailand is also stealers. First I want to deal with its supposed to rhyme autumn red red skies at night Sailor's delight that how did you end that red skies have done? Everyone dies Red skies in the morning, sailor take warning. Well, that's better. Or as the auras the fix popularized red skies at night. Well, Oh, well, 012. That's the new Navy for the new Navy skies at night. Oh, well, I couldn't believe that became a hit. There was like 1982 or anything. Red skies at night. Well, ho Whoa! Ho, ho ho ho ho ho could have written that the latest from Santa Claus. You know, you want to hear the second definition of jib? Oh, my goodness. The first one was so entertaining. Hold on, Hold on. Let me get myself together to make sure I don't still have a lot of show to do here and we have a lot of election coverage today. I don't want to be Harry up, Trump. You do more rallies. You're done with rallies More Alice. Sleepy. Just take a little nap. We'll find out what's going on. Did I win? I can see. No, I don't Wait. What? What is the second? It's ah, the projecting arm of a crane. Projecting arm of a crane.

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Pilot reports another jetpack flying by airplanes near LAX

Dana Loesch

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Pilot reports another jetpack flying by airplanes near LAX

"Jet pack man was spotted by l A X where they getting days. This is what I want to know. So apparently there have been two people now cited wearing jetpacks in your left. There's a new investigation into. According to L. A Times a second one and air traffic controller overseen Airlines They saw they were warned a commercial pilot who was about to land there was a dude wearing a jet pack fly in about 6500 ft. So, one of the crew members said Yet looks like there's a guy in a jet pack seven miles north of the airport. This is Wednesday of last week, according to FAA, So the law enforcement was that it was alerted. So was the FBI. They're all investigating, and there was another guy in a jet pack. It was flying around the eastern approach to lax just six weeks ago. That seems like you're just asking for problems in more ways than one right.

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"seven mile" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"seven mile" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Book of Revelation, Chapter three. 20 Jesus says Behold. I stand at the door and knock If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come into him. And eat with him. And he with me. So this begs the question. If Jesus comes over to your house What's gonna happen? There's a scene in the Bible that answers this question for us. It's at the end of one of the ancient biographies of Jesus, the Gospel of Luke and we get an answer to this question, because Jesus actually goes over to someone's house. Now, If you read the biography of Jesus, written by Luke, you'll notice that Jesus often went over to someone's house for dinner. In the gospel of Luke alone. We hear about Jesus visiting Mohr than 10 different households. This one at the end is unique because the people who invite Jesus over They don't realize it's Jesus. I think he's dead. Why do they think he's dead? Because they saw him crucified and buried just outside of Jerusalem. He was dead. Here's how it goes at the end of the Gospel of Luke. Now look. That very day, Two of the people who had become followers of Jesus were walking toward a village called in Meus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. And they were talking together about the things that had taken place. And it happened. While they were talking and discussing with one another. Jesus himself drew near And walked with them. With their eyes were were held back. So they didn't know him. They didn't recognize him. And he said to them What is this conversation that you are holding with each other as you walk along the way. They stood still. Looking sad. And one of them. A man named Claire. I said to him. Are you the only visitor to Jerusalem who does not know the things that happened there in these days. And Jesus said to them What things? They said. The things concerning Jesus of Nazareth. A man who was a prophet. Mighty indeed and word before God and before all the people And how our chief priests And rulers. Handed him over to be condemned to death and crucified him. But we were hoping he was the one Who would redeem Israel. But also besides all this, it is now the third day since the's things happened and and even more. Some of the women from our company amazed us. After they went to the tumor early in the morning, and after they did not find his body, they came back, saying that they had seen a vision. A vision of angels, who were saying that he That he is alive. Some of those who were with us went to the tomb and found it just as the women had said, but but him they did not see And he said to them Oh, foolish ones. And slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken. Was it not necessary that the Christ should suffer these things and enter his glory. Beginning with Moses and all the profits, he explained to them in all the scriptures, the things concerning himself. Now they drew near to the village where they were walking. And he acted as if he were going to keep walking. And they urged him strongly saying Stay stay with us, for it is almost evening in the days far spent He went in. I stayed with them. And it happened. While he was reclining at the table with them. After he took the bread. He blessed it. And after he broke it. He was giving it to them. And their eyes were opened. And they they knew him. They recognized him. And he vanished from their sight. And they said to each other What's not our heart burning. Within us as he talked to us on the way and and he opened to us the Scriptures. And that very hour they got up and they went back to Jerusalem..

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US Open Day 14 - Thiem at last; Zverev devastated

The Tennis Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

US Open Day 14 - Thiem at last; Zverev devastated

"I'M ALMOST THERE CAN BE A. A third I've just called the name of mine wrong. What was it called ready What's his real name? I'm on my second bid David. Leads you've just opened third Tonia. Catherine. It's an Aq-. It's an Eq-. Right okay. So. Yeah. I'm drinking San Miguel apparently others call semi Guel. Not to worry about three of them. We've just watched the men's singles final. It is the sort of final that makes me feel like I've had about five days. Even if I haven't because it's. A meandering delirious. I don't really know how to sum it up. It was just but. Yeah I'm slightly worried that the match is just a big blur in my mind and I'm going to struggle to talk about what actually happened. I can remember very strongly the feeling of it happening and how I felt watching it. I think that will be etched into my mind forever because it was one of those matches by the end I was just so an egg tense for both players A. But trying to rationalize what happened might be quite a difficult task I think. Is a bit light last year's final when ref on the Dow lead two sets to love and a break. And that looked over and then suddenly it was in a fifth set is it bit lineup? No. I didn't think. It was follow quality I would say. I thought I thought. was really good like the whole time. This one was patchy. But the idea of it being not that interesting because looking like going to be a straight sets win. And then suddenly you don't want the match to end and you wanted to go on forever in that sense, it was similar. But I don't think quality-wise or. Sort of the reasons for why ended up being such a dramatic match were that similar tall I also think that Medvedev's comeback last year was completely unexpected I think again somebody like. Nidal or not somebody like against Nidal, if love down in your first Grand Slam final. Very few people are predicting away back I think even at sets breakdown today. People will. I think most people watching. Were waiting dominate team to wake up and. Waiting for something that felt like, surely, it has to happen surely at some stage today even if it's only. A small research and see and I am a break back pushing the set to a tiebreak. Winning a set. People were waiting to see the real. Dominic team. It felt. It felt like only a matter of time whether he could get it together. In time. Before it was either. But for me, that was quite crucial difference in how this one felt. Lost felt I will remember this match I think in the long run for the final set and for the final set tiebreak but. You can't have that without the other stuff that comes before just two guys. So, let's talk about that talk about the start of the match. And how we it was. It was weird. It was I mean festival Amazon deserve. Totally, different men to the guy who came out against public arena buster looked. Just, totally paralyzed with nerves and unable to play his normal game. He looked free now there for those first two sets, he looked languid he has. He has a languid power. Unlike, anybody else I think when you he said of generates speed of shot whether it's the serve of one hundred and seventy seven miles now or four hundred. That's kind of hit the back fence without you realizing he's actually hit it that hard. I don't think anybody else gives me that. kind of feeling out on the circuit of the moment you can. I can feel the power of everybody else is almost a slight of hand the way he does it, but he was timing the ball way way better and also the intent was there and he was coming into the net I mean the statistics on his net approaches. I think after a sense set in half to gone to the net twenty times. And with some success, he looks uncomfortable at the net, but he was just playing. The odd. So masters using his six foot six inches his wingspan. Great. Get into the net. And Dominic team was absolutely awful.

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Find Your Power Through Emotional Triggers with Susanne Moore

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Find Your Power Through Emotional Triggers with Susanne Moore

"In say what's up to fire nation and shears the interesting about yourself that most people don't know John Thank you so much for having me on the show I'm really fired up to be here listened to you for at least four years on the bus this show. So something interesting most people don't know is that I run hundred mile trail races for charity and a few years ago, which is actually when I started listening to your show Iran for a called culture. City and it was a race that the BBC called the world's most dangerous and toughest endurance race is about one hundred and fifty seven mile stage race to the Amazon jungle in Brazil. So as you can imagine, it was miles and miles of training that your podcast got me through man I. Love that I mean, that's exactly why I created twenty six hundred episodes of entrepreneurs on fire. So people like you could be entertained and educated for how was one hundred and fifty. Seven miles exactly. Wow. That is amazing. I hope somebody's running crazy race right now and they're like, yes, me too. That'd be so cool and fire nation we're talking about finding your power through emotional triggers. So let's just start diving right into this ZAN by getting into why emotional triggers are so gosh, darn intense. Yes. So let me start off for a little context by saying my daughter and I just launched an APP called Neuro boot, which helps people build emotional muscle and We did this because what we're finding is so many people really struggle with handling emotional triggers and I mean we all have emotion uncomfortable emotions at times right and most of us really are never taught what to do with those difficult feelings. So as a society, we kind of just run from them right? We either numbered out with some sort of entertainment or we drink we smoke we in my case we work too much some people shop too much or eat too much. But what we found is that many people experiencing emotional triggers actually aware in that moment, what is happening to them? So I like to describe it as a wave that passes over you right. So you know like when you're driving to work and you're already late and you have this big meeting and then someone has a wreck in front of you. Or you get home after really long crazy day and your partner yells at you. Right. So most people instantly get this really intense uncomfortable feeling in their body. And they react to that feeling much more. So than the actual event, it's the feeling that's in their body they react to and more times than not that reaction comes across as negative. Because it's typically fear or anger or anxiety that's directed outward, which feels really natural but it can be really dangerous right because a lot of times what that turns into our harsh words or violence or impulsive decisions that we regret later. and. So we tend to either do that or some people if they're worried about the consequences of expressing their emotions, they just bottle them up. And we've found is that you know bottled up fear often becomes anger and anger turned inward often becomes depression. and. The only reason I know any of this because I'm not a mental health professional I'm an RN, but I've done a lot of things and mental health. Directly is not one of them but. A few years ago my then teenage daughter became really withdrawn and unmotivated, and for a couple of years you know, I was the type A overachiever. So I tried everything under the Sun to fix her from removing privileges to these raw raw speeches too harsh words. And nothing worked we were just often at these impasses. And so I was really frustrated and angry because I interpreted that to mean that she was just being this lazy defiant. and. So one day we had this kind of tough interaction and I just gave in i. i. sat cross-legged across from her and I said I took her hands and I said. I can tell you're in pain. I don't know what it is and I don't know if you're comfortable telling me. But I want you to know that I'm here and I love you and we're GonNa get through this. And it was the first time in probably four years that she just melted and she could see her just soften and she gives me this really big hug and she never said a word. the her eyes were Kinda shining and I knew I thought. Okay. I got through to her and the smell that I just got got to that armor. And I really still just had no idea what I was dealing with or or what was going on and I was raised as someone who was taught to work really hard and ignore emotions and. Be, very STOIC. So a few days later, she came to me with this sheet of paper on a clipboard and she said I know you want to help and maybe this will help you help me. And it was a cheat sheet and it had three columns on it, and the first column showed her behaviors, which were things like laying in bed all day or slamming her bedroom door or refusing to interact with the family. And then the middle column interpreted what that behavior met like. I'm feeling insecure or I'm stressed or I feel worthless

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There's More In You

Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis

02:09 min | 1 year ago

There's More In You

"You have more and you. You have more in the tank. The gas mileage for every car is different based on its make. Its size how big it is right the low that it's carrying. But every car has a reserve tank. The gas gauge goes from full three quarters have tank quarter tank to empty. But even on e, there's more in the tank. Makar gets approximately. Fifteen miles. Additional after it says empty. I would even say ten because I drive an SUV. But I had a car. Nineteen ninety seven lexus it got. A Bona fide twenty, seven miles. But the body size was different. Ma Body size is different than yours. In, attribute our body sizes, not just how were built composition Italy are physical. But it's the weight of the load that we've carried. has made us the experiences that we've gone through. That is what qualifies how much more we have in our reserve tank, but everybody has more in them. Even when you feel like you are totally depleted guess what there's more in you. That climb ahead it looks totally steep. You feel like you can't go on but there's more in you. There's more in the tank. So when you feel like you're down to e. Tap into that reserve tap into what? Created the resiliency in you in the first place. Let's say it together. There's more me. There's more in me. There's more in me. There's more in me. Each. New Day. Think this morning on this embrace this it's more in you now south of time to give up now time to believe there's more any.

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Tropical Storm Hanna Moves Toward Texas Coast

AM Tampa Bay

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Hanna Moves Toward Texas Coast

"Storm Hanna, making it slow moved to the west towards Texas at seven miles per hour with 40 mile per hour winds. He could hit the coast by this weekend.

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Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna

"Up that weather system we've been following in the Gulf now has a name Tropical Storm Hanna formed late last night in the Gulf of Mexico, and it's moving west in about seven miles an hour headed towards Corpus Christi. Looks like a landfall, such as it is would be around noon on Saturday because he's some 65 mile an hour winds. Water's warm. There's not much here so I think it could easily go to 74 mile an hour winds, which would be a Category one hurricane, gentle to Chief meteorologist Frank Billingsley says the Houston area is not in the direct path of the storm, but we can expect a few inches of rainfall over the next several days. Hannah currently has 40 mile an hour sustained winds and is about 348 miles east southeast. Of Corpus Christi.

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Moussa Cisse is going to Memphis

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Moussa Cisse is going to Memphis

"See say five star prospect originally in the class two thousand twenty one, but now I'm class. Two Thousand Twenty announced this afternoon that he is committed to the University of Memphis. Pippen Hardaway's Tigers over offers from Georgetown Georgia. Florida State Lsu and Kentucky for those unfamiliar. I guess you can on some level. Call him a quote local product because he did spend the past year at Lausanne collegiate school, which is seven miles from the Memphis. MEMPHIS campus, but he's not really a local product. He was born in West. Africa moved to New York, in two thousand, fifteen played at Saint Benedict's prep in New Jersey played at Christ King in New York, then relocated a Memphis, the plate laws and this past season led the links to a state title, one Mr Basketball and the state of Tennessee average eighteen point, four points, fifteen point, three rebounds, and a ridiculous nine point two blocks per game, and now we have college basketball season. He says he'll play for the Memphis Tigers. norlander break it down. What do you make a penny? Hardaway lending a five star center in two straight recruiting classes last time. It was James Wiseman this time Mussa. Break it down Oh. Yeah, here's what I got a question for you I. Mean Here's here's was Gary Perez? Is tweet on Wednesday afternoon breaking all caps course. This was an all caps breaking the way I don't i. You know what expected to go to Memphis. I. Don't know if all caps was warranted there. Can you take me inside the thought process versus not in a? Regular grammar versus going all caps in that moment, please. Young Mussa say follows exactly ten people on twitter. I am one of them, and so I wanted to make sure he he saw how much emphasis I put on his commitment. How do I just know that two four six years from now if and when Lucy say is? Able to earn a consistent NBA paycheck, and perhaps it's even a player of of importance in the NBA. Gary Parrish will never ever ever forget or forget to remind people that there was one point in time and Mussa CCA followed ten people on twitter. And he was one of them. I honestly don't even understand it. Because like he used to follow a lot of people on twitter, I noticed and. One of them was not me, and then suddenly he cut almost everybody, but added me I don't really even know the connection there, but. I want I knew he'd see the tweet. And once I knew each the tweet I wanted to I wanted him to experience in all. Caps tweet obviously as as faithful podcast, listeners will know. Also one Moussa, see say. was tutored by your own son so I think. That might also be an influence. Parish working behind the scenes to get it done for Memphis. You've gotta admire actually ironically enough this happening in a week where parish is not on his local radio show. The conspiracy only strengthens. Okay, so here's what here's my question for you. you say the six eleven likely one and done talent averaged. Eighteen point four points, fifteen point, three rebounds and nine point two blocks last season pick memphis over Georgetown. Tom Kriens Georgia bulldogs Kentucky and Lsu. My question is. Who the hell is this guy planning? Nine point two blocks a game what? I have not I have. It's private school basketball in the state of Tennessee so? Took it over people who look like my oldest son in some cases like the blogging. What after another like I don't know I never been to a laws and basketball game and I've never even actually met. Say although it is true, my son and Mussa. Were classmates in my son to tutor him in in certain classes I. I don't even know if say knows that. My son is his classmate. He might, but I don't know that I've never I've never even had a real conversation about Mussa with my son. Other than so, what kind of young man is he and was like really nice? Really Really Nice guy like you know doesn't walk around like some big time. Basketball player I the only other times. I would talk to myself about Moses. Like Hey, did you see that dunk? That was on instagram last night or something like that? Because like fans are crazy, and at one point, the two schools involved in the Memphis in. RECRUITMENT MOST HEAVILY WE'RE MEMPHIS IN KENTUCKY and I'm like it doesn't matter what happens I. will somebody connected to one of those fan? Bases will blame me for it if HE GOES TO MEMPHIS, Kentucky fans it'd be because I pushed into Memphis somehow through my son, and if he goes to Kentucky Memphis fans, it'd be like see parish eight says all the modern salads like I'm not even getting involved. The only time my son had ever been asked about Mussa as recruitment. That I witnessed was one of my friends recently asked him when they were over at the house, and my son's answer was he always talked about? Georgetown but I don't think he's going to go to Georgetown and that was the extent of it. So he was right. Maybe my son's got a future and being a recruiting analyst, right?

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Chicago Weather: Storm Threat After 4 p.m.; Tornado Watch For Some Areas To South

Roe Conn

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Storm Threat After 4 p.m.; Tornado Watch For Some Areas To South

"Warning until 5 30 that now includes fair very forced. In Chatsworth. A confirmed tornado was sighted seven miles west of February, just before 4 30 So seeks shelter If you're in that area, a Tornado watch is in effect for area south of Chicago, including Grundy, Kinky in four counties until nine We'll continue to see showers and storms throughout the night. And as we could see some potentially severe as for traffic, which is brought to you by you

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Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them

Daily Detroit

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them

"Energy behind the ongoing protests in the city of Detroit renewed on Friday after a fatal shooting, involving an officer near San Juan and mcnichols on Detroit's west side. The protests built up as rumors spread across social media of Hakeem Little Tins. And the rumored 'cause that a teenager was shot in the back of the head execution style protesters marched from the Bagley neighborhood through the university district to the police precinct on seven mile near Woodward that spurred Detroit police to release body Cam footage from the officer within hours. It show that the incident in fact did not happen. As was rumored on social media, the video showed that the suspect reached for a gun in his pocket and shot I at a police officer at close range. Other officers are on the scene. Then fatally shot the twenty year old littleton. The whole thing escalated in less than five seconds at the time. Littleton associate who police say is a suspected gang member was being arrested on an outstanding warrant for distributing drugs. Protests were then subdued by whether and the realization that they came together over misinformation, widely shared on social media that police shot an unarmed teenager. Protests resumed Saturday with an attendance of about one hundred Detroit. Police chief James Craig called the officer involved a hero while critics say. Say the police don't have the strength and don't know how to engage with citizens in a way that's focused on de escalating conflict

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"seven mile" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seven mile" Discussed on KTOK

"Was about seven miles from Columbine high school the site of a school shooting in nineteen ninety nine in which two students killed thirteen people. Iran's president says his country will stop exporting excess uranium and heavy water from its nuclear program is stipulated by the two thousand fifteen atomic accord and said a sixty day deadline for new terms to the deal before it will resume higher. He radium enrichment who Sandra Hani said dress to the nation came on the anniversary of President Trump's decision to draw the US from the landmark agreement Ruhani says Iran wanted to negotiate new terms with remaining partners in the deal. But acknowledged that the situation was dire. The New York Times is reporting that Donald Trump's businesses lost more than one billion dollars from nineteen eighty five to nineteen Ninety-four. The time says it acquired pronounced from the future president's official IRS text transcripts, including figures from his federal tax form. After comparing Trump's information with that of other high income earners at times concluded that Trump appears to have lost more money than nearly any other individual American tax payer because of his business losses. Trump did not pay income taxes for eight of the ten years. If you rely on Uber or lift to get around take note drivers for the ride hailing giants are planning to turn off their apps this morning to protest what they say are declining wages at a time when both companies are raking in billions of dollars from investors. Organizers planning demonstrations in ten cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington DC apropos of nothing. With regard to this of taken Uber small handful of times, he's the most fascinating people to talk to is like usually a side hustle of some kind and they're involved in eight other things somehow managed to pull this off. Let us at the gig economy. That's right. Thanks, jen. Twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning..

"seven mile" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"seven mile" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Just seven miles from Columbine vigils walked into the stem school. Got deep inside the school and engage students in two separate location. Douglas county sheriff Tony spurlock says the two shooters were taken into custody quickly. He says eight students were injured an eighteen year old male was killed in comes one week. After a gunman killed two at the university of North Carolina, Charlotte and three weeks after the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine massacre. Parts of Texas are getting pounded by rain. And it's so bad in Houston that some streets are said to be completely underwater to drive in the middle of the road like on the regular street because there's there's water on either side of the road that you have to kind of drive down the middle of it. Some of the smaller straight Houston residential Davidian says several residents had to be a vacuum. The Houston fire department says so far it's gotten two hundred fifty calls for high water rescues fears over an escalating trade war with China or rattling the markets with the Dow losing four hundred thirty. Four hundred seventy three point selloff comes. As the Trump administration has said it will increase tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten percent to twenty five percent, something the president had said he would do back on March first. But as the administration said trade talks with China had seen progress President Trump decided to hold off. But now the administration says China has backtracked. So the increase will occur on Friday. Mark Remillard, ABC news. New York appeals court in California says the Trump administration can force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for court hearings to proceed while the policies challenged in court. You're listening to ABC news. Sacramento, number one for breaking news, traffic and.

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"seven mile" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"seven mile" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Living together. And they're and they love their new neighborhood. So the top of people magazine is literally or was this morning. A story about how they recently moved into by the way. You may think to yourself wall big story of the day people magazine. Tell me more. Okay. I will. Well. Chris Pratt used to live in Hollywood hills with on affairs because they were married and he apparently has decided to move to west Los Angeles. Kevin holly. Yes, where's Hollywood hills versus west Los Angeles, like seven miles away. Care. Stay move seven miles away. If that. Now, I will say there's a reason for that. They agreed to do that because of their kid. Sure. That makes that move too far away from one another. Katherine she moved from. Where was she? She was basically in. She was in Santa Monica, Monica. That's right Santa Monica, which is to west, Los Angeles. Okay. So the biggest development the biggest story you should wake up to this morning. Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger, basically just combined forces. Somewhere a few miles from where they currently live. I mean, it's not like, you know, he decided to make a, you know, by coastal move to cross or something. No, they just changed their living situation. And in the story itself. There's really nothing all that fascinating about the move much less. They. Like the ark of the covenant or something in their house. You know, what I mean like headline news, or like, you know, did they buy Al Capone's old house, and they found money in the vault or that's what I'm thinking would require headline news. Well, here's a quote says the insider since they started dating Katherine has taken Chris to Oliver favorite neighborhood places and Chris clearly likes her neighborhood. Okay. They're going from their house to hurl neighborhood. There's more. He shared a suite video of the moving day on Instagram with the caption. I love moving. K. All right. Stories the story coming story, then it turns to what a question that we had earlier this week. As I previously told people. So they're basically just rehashing the story from earlier this week that religion is one of the reasons their relationship works. So well, they click on a lot of levels, but definitely on a spiritual level. They have the same outlook on life. K I would hope they have similar outlooks. Right. If they're going to get married. He's really impressed that she's unashamed about her beliefs in God. Are most people are meeting. Shame to have a belief in. God, you're probably not. Frankly that I don't know what I'm saying is they in the story about this. Biggest story the day, which is that they're moving and really there's no story there, then they turn very quickly to another story, which is not actually about the story. But was a story from earlier this week, which then begs the question, why is this couple getting so much tabloid coverage? It would be one thing if it was shoved, you know, like, it's one of five hundred stories on the Daily Mail shoved down towards the bottom, but you know, some Yoohoo intern is tasked with following this mopey couple around. They're like, I gotta write another. No, it's at the top of the list and wait for it. There's more. So if you're just joining us, we're talking about Schwab. That would be Katherine Schwarzenegger. Chris Pratt underneath that story at the time that I looked this morning. Okay. Underneath the headline story about Chris Pratt on people dot com and Katherine Schwarzenegger. There was another story involving another Schwarzenegger. Oh, holly. Do you remember? Yes, put you on the spot. It's.

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