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Tom Claus (Mohawk) New Years Special
"A mohawk indian from the six-nation reservation near brantford -tario canada. I belong to the turtle clan. When i was just the babe of one year old. My mother was getting ready for an indian celebration that we have every new year's morning. And that's when our indian people go from house to house and you can hear them coming lada. Young people would beast standing on the running board of the car and They would be coming along the road from one house to another and they would be yelling out new yaw and that meant new year in our indian language and so When they were coming you had to be prepared. You had to have a treat for them and so my mother made cookies and she would make pie and cake and they could have their choice of what they wanted. And so while she was cooking that new year's day she heard the radio that was on a little shelf in the kitchen where she was working and that radio carried a wonderful gospel program every sunday for seventeen hours on. That station would be christian programs but on this day they were making special announcements about this special broadcast and they were saying tonight from eleven to twelve there was going to be a watch night service and there going to be music by acquire an that there is going to be special groups. There was going to be Trumpeter from the marine ban and a lot of wonderful things and then there would be a message by dr churchill. Who pastored the church where this broadcast was coming from and so my mother asked. My dad will be alright to keep the family up for this new year's watch night service and my dad said yes and so my mother my dad my oldest sister and then my sister between dorothy and i was all sitting there in the living room and we heard the music and it was thrilling and there was exciting and then after the music dr churchill got up and he brought a message in that message. That was just a few minutes. He told about how he could be set free from sin. He told how we could be forgiven. From our sins and toll how our life could be made clean from all our sins and it was such a piercing convicting message. That when he gave the invitation at the end he said wherever you are. If you're at home you can get up from your chair. Kneel down or you can get out of bed and kneel beside your bed or if you're driving your car and you're listening to the radio you can drive alongside and park and there you can pray wherever you are. You can pray and you can ask the lord jesus to forgive you of your sins and to come into your heart by trusting. He's finished work on the cross and so that night in our little indian home my two sisters got up from where they were sitting and they knelt down beside their chair and they cried like babies. They were crying because
Working With Your spouse: Noura Sakkijha, co-founder and CEO, Mejuri
"Your co founder is your husband. You're not the first person on this show. Who's coders their spouse. But i really like. It's something that. I cannot fathom working with your partner so and i know what it is like to have a co founder but i also am very protective around like keeping keeping parts of my life separate. So what is that. Like to work with your husband. It's crazy for us. To be honest. I think a lot of people do it says together because it's so hard to start a business that i used to work sixteen seventeen hours a day and so if my partner wasn't in a similar lifestyle i don't know how things would have worked out to be honest with us. I think in that sense. It was really a positive. Obviously you know it gets stuff because we had to put rules around the separation exactly like you said going back home in going on a date. I don't necessarily wanna talk about strategy. We really had to set boundaries and and really be honest with each other like. I don't wanna talk about work now. Can we talk about something else and so try to figure out. How do we create the separation. But i think over time it just becomes part of your lifestyle like i. I just think of juries part of us and so we became a lot more comfortable especially as the company grew and we started to have our own vary obvious roles and responsibilities. And i think that is actually something that i would recommend for anyone. Who's working with their partners to make sure that you have clear roles and responsibilities. And who essentially is that decision maker on certain areas versus the other. How do you split up the responsibilities. So he's The presidency oh and he works on all the revenue generating areas of the business. And i have all of the other areas. We essentially put the strategy together. We worked closely together. But we have very different cassettes. I'm like i said i'm an engineer. He's more he's from finance background. I have knowledge in the jewelry. Industry saw work closely with creative with product culture in hr a ceo whereas magid is really focused with the marketing team at retail and international expansion. And so there's definitely a division that didn't happen overnight as the company grew. It was more obvious where we wanna put revenue generation. Where do we wanna put the structure of the company the culture and so that's how essentially things came boat. The good thing between us is that we have difference consents.
Weve got the MacBooks with Apples new custom M1 chip
"So before we get your verdict. Which maxed it send you. They send the mccullough. And how long have you been using them. you know. it's only been since late last week. Just just a handful of days. But i got all three of the new maximum. Have the chip in them. And that's the macbook air macbook pro and also. The mac mini that little desktop. That apple forgets about trip. You have been comes back to every once in a while all right so bottom line. Do they look to hype. I would say they live up. To some of the hype. The hype is a little bit preliminary because a lot of things that you may want to do with these max requires software does not optimize for them yet running emulated mode but the two big things i think consumers are taking away from this are number one. The mac book air has lost the fantasy fan list system which is nice and a lot of ways that is true and also in the preliminary testing. I did battery. Lights is fantastic. So that is that is true. Big thing so they think they have definitely lived. Up to the hype. Let's take the one time. We'll show the mac book air because that is far and away the most popular in the macbook lineup. How has been macbook air. Been for you and fan configuration. Is there a real difference in the experience. Gm run quieter. What exactly how exactly is it. Running this thing in the back. Bogere has always been one of my favorites. I used to call it the most universally useful laptop you can buy. It's just a great middle ground for a lot of people to we start from whether you're from serving what laptop to get usually. It's not that loud but sometimes it could give that fan kicks in and it's like a playstation for you just hear out of nowhere this big speak fan doors. You're like that happening my lap right now. That's that's crazy. Because he'll it's doing a lot. I get it even even the base Macbook air just ships with a you know intel core. I three or did until until recently. So i tested the early twenty twenty match booker. This thing was just refreshed back in like march with the new m one version on the outside. They look the same. They haven't changed the body if you're looking for great new developments like extra ports or touchscreen or hcf or anything like that. You're not getting any of that. It's all on the inside. The big changes are the they got rid of the fan replaced it basically with aluminum heat spreader which just as a big you know heat sink that dissipates heat and of course got that m one chip in it and at least in the testing i did. Obviously it's much quieter because there's no fan fan. I'm a fan of removing moving parts. That the tutor on the fan of not having a fan and removing moving parts wherever possible so anything fan spinning hard drives optical drives. That's the stuff that breaks down while the most frequently when we talk about the game consoles i think one of the big advantages of the older ones had spinning drives and spinning hard drives. And that's breakdown parts that boot so when you get rid of that stuff you actually have a more reliable product and when i ran a battery test on the air it ran for almost seventeen hours on my video streaming test which the little bit a little bit not much a little bit tougher. The test apple does and they said they got eighteen hours out of it and that is that's a big thing right though the big song point here is this thing because fewer moving parts runs off of his mobile processor to last a lot longer. You think hold up over time or is that this is a new mac book or new battery impression and it it aware down time for that that difference whereas down over time i think apple is going to send a strike team to your house now because you call the what bobo processor. And they're gonna to get a phone a phone and it's true in some of the early you know people accidentally uploaded benchmarks of preliminary units of these over the summer And they were listening to having the asx fifteen in the words or something similar basically a version of the ipad and iphone chips and apple has at least name this ship something different they call the m one which again does say mobile to make. But it's a computer version of it. with You know it's got it's got four high efficiency courts and four high-power cores though we can do both very strenuous stuff but also chill out on the high efficiency course and not use a lot of power. You know listen. Any rechargeable battery will lose steam over time. You know that. Said if you have a mac book from a couple years ago you've definitely noticed like it doesn't say charts as long as you shop sure that will be true year. But i'd rather start with seventeen hours and twelve.
What happened during the troubled Big Sur launch, and why
"Apple released mac. Os eleven big sur. On thursday. Anyway it tried to expecting the best macrumors ran a piece. Highlighting of the operating systems planned improvements including the aesthetic redesign. The ios inspired control center a notification center the changes to affari the updates messages and the list goes on. We could spend all day talking about those though. The bigger stories today is the people who spent all day trying to download and install the blessed update seeing that ran peace in the middle of the day. Thursday saying that the downloads for big sur. Were super slow and that people were encountering installation delays of hours or even days in opposed at one forty nine. Pm pacific seeing that said this seemed to be very slow with the update. Failing completely for some customers after saying had about seventeen hours remaining the big sur installation failed five or six times for one scene net reporter and now won't restart now. I pointed out the time on that because just ahead of yesterday's mac. Os ken live. I checked apple system status page. It said that. The mac os software update issue had started around ten am pacific and was resolved by one fifteen pm. That was apparently a bit optimistic at about three thirty pacific cult posted a piece under the headline apple thinks is frustrating delays in macos big sur downloads sometime later. The headline was amended with the words. Update maybe not because yeah not checking apple system status page overnight. Last night apple had updated. Its message saying users may not have been able to download muko software updates on mac computers. The timeframe listed ten am through five fifteen pm pacific. All's well that ends well yeah. I wish i can say for certain that it had in fact ended mac. Os ken listener. Eric sent me an e mail around seven pm. Pacific saying after a forty minute attempted download the update for his twenty eighteen macbook pro just decided to fail. Sad trombone says eric war and that's the one. Apparently the call went on to say thursday wasn't a banner day for several apple services and they were not kidding. Macrumors ran a piece at two in the afternoon. Saying apple is having trouble with a number of services at this time and along with problems that are preventing people from installing mac. Os big sur and slowing down third party apps apple card apple pay maps and message are experiencing issues third party apps. Yeah seem so yet. Another piece from macrumors told the long delays in launching apps or people being unable to open mac apps at all. The problem seems to have been tied to apple's developer. Id notary service as for. Apple's own services seems to have been seriously troublesome macrumors indicates that apple card and apple pay suffered a complete outage with users unable to complete apple pay transactions traffic info and navigation and rounding for maps were also unavailable that outage ran from noon pacific to one forty macrumors updated story at two thirty pacific saying that apple had resolved all of the outstanding issues. Is it possible that apple just trying to do too much in one day. In addition to the big sur release apple also released updates for some of its productivity and creativity applications one piece from apple insider says apple on thursday released updates for i work and garage band while another piece from the same site says apple updated final cut pro and logic pro. The first piece says the i work and garage band. Updates bring their design in line with the big sur aesthetic new icons and a refined design for pages numbers and keynote according to the report that plus the usual stabs and purves as for garage band. There seems to be quite a bit. That's new including customization of region colors and tracks eighteen hundred new apple loops over one hundred ninety new instrument patches and fifty vintage and modern drum kits all of that plus a bit of the big sur design language for everyone then there are tweaks for the computers coming soon. According to apple insider garage band has been tweaked to improve performance and efficiency on mac computers powered by apple silica for apple silicon that final cut pro and logic pro were updated as well and by the way. I'm not being lazy. I'm not saying the x at the end because apple's not lost. I suppose in the move from roman numeral ten to eleven
UN chief: World is living in `shadow of nuclear catastrophe'
"US President Donald Trump. was moved to a military hospital for treatment on Friday after being diagnosed with covid nineteen as his administration and election campaign scrambled to adjust to an extraordinary twist in his turbulent presidency. Roughly, seventeen hours after he announced that he had tested positive for the virus trump walked slowly from the White House to a waiting helicopter to be taken to Walter Reed national military, Medical Center in Maryland he wore a mosque and business suit and he did not speak to reporters. I think I'm doing very well but we're going to make sure that things were count trump said in an unusually brief video posted to twitter. Seventy four year old trump had a mild figure according to a source familiar with the matter White House doctor shown peak Conley said he is being treated with an experimental drug cocktail and is fatigued, but in good spirits. It was the latest recent setback for the Republican president who's trailing Democratic rival Joe. Biden. In opinion polls ahead of the November third presidential election trump who has play down the threat of the virus from the outset wrote on twitter earlier on Friday that he and his wife Melania were going into quarantine after testing positive for the virus which has killed more than two hundred, thousand Americans and severely damaged the US economy. Trump is at high risk because of his age and weight he has remained in apparent good health during his time in office but he's not known to exercise regularly off follow a healthy diet. Commonly said that trump has received an experimental treatment for generations region covy to the drug is one of several experimental covid nineteen drugs known as monoclonal antibodies which are used for treating a wide range of illnesses. Stocks on Wall Street closed lower as news of trump's diagnosis added to mounting uncertainties surrounding the election. The president's illness appended his reelection campaign with just thirty one days to go until election day the campaign said it would postpone rallies and other events where he was scheduled to. Appear or take them online trump's illness also raised questions about the health of others atop the US government Vice President Mike Pence who would take over if trump full severely ill has tested negative a spokesman said, the former Indiana governor is working from his own residence several miles from the White House trump did not transfer power to pence as other presidents have sometimes done while undergoing medical treatment House of Representatives Speaker Democrat Nancy Pelosi third in line for the presidency also the tested negative.
Virus Strands Norway Racer in Alaska After Iditarod Win
"I was stuck now I took Thomas von at ten days to win a sled dog race in Alaska but it's taken a much much longer to get him in fact he in his sixteen dogs is still trapped in the state nine weeks on I'm able to fly home because of the crane of virus long time but it could be saved thank as to an old classic plain and let's speak now to Thomas art festival at tell us about this unusual plan that seems to have transpired Thomas that may get you in your dog's home well I got this message sent by messenger and said they're canceling deals are you playing home and I'm going to start looking into it than that and it was just plain sitting here in Fairfax thank you that was going to go back to Norway to the museum but actually cancel the deals I have been working hard to get the deal going on and now it looks got next week off line since his old classic playing that just so happens to to there's a plan to get it to a museum in no way and you might be able to hitch a lift so to speak yes that's right it's actually one of the world's first week's mainline stunt that broken safe that was one of the first lines in all right actually had four passes bang so it's going to also be a live story traveled because this will be you know our profile plane going back you know crossing over again and it sucks many many years ago are you in your jokes I'm sure get first class seats you might well be the any passengers I take it always going to be a little loud I think I'm a little learning a little bit cold you know it's not easy and it's it's a cargo plane is used to be and also to be I'm a little rough rough ride right now you did this sled dog grey sedan are you fed in it big but you finished and then suddenly you found yourself stocks over the last nine weeks what have what have you and your dog's been doing anything well we've been going on camping trips and training and and I'm really lucky because I have a lot of friends there and some of my best friends are in Alaska so so I Meg in a kind of good positions that I have friends around me that are you know you can now spend time with them yeah how fun it is a Huskies by the way will sort of dogs yes there are Alaskan Huskies they are not the pure bred but they you know they have the you know the full art look you know the for and everything so they're asking Huskies they know getting homesick them for no way they feel fine out there yeah you know it's always a little better now if you want to live in the moment you know they are they are happy you know if you they get you know food exercise and you treat them good they are pretty happy so we we people have to learn of the dog I think right and I understand your wife left you she didn't hang around for you in the dogs is that right Wells when where does you heard it you know those are the plays were shutting down she just jumped on the plane to go back to the kids and there is a large so she had to go home during the race actually out I really didn't feel deserted by had then well the thing about marketing especially love long distance money going that many days you are really good do not worry what's going to be around the corner so you know you're going to just get it out of your head very soon very quickly so this is one of the mental parts of the dark markings always something that's all only you know this was a couple of special but you know you have a lot of different negative things happening during a race like that that have to deal with I can imagine a must it's it's it's tough out there is just you and the dogs is it yes so you're not ours for about nine days and then the biggest problem for departure is that you don't sleep so much I had seventeen hours of sleep in the nine days so you know it's it's not a loss and and I understand crack code may know where you go five kids you got even more all Huskies that so she's already got our hands full yeah I see so it's a lot of work so I have a little you know feeling really bad for her because you know she's working and having the kids on being in dealing also with all their dogs so I think is that you know I'm going to get home to help her a little Brian you got the money to to survive because he must be expensive taking the dogs out every night to eight sixteen dogs a new type of seventeen I don't know if that's allowed under current kind of R. sum down one I won I won the race so so I got some of the prize money but I'm I'm using a lot well getting on dog food well it Thomas good luck with this at this point and I'd be takes off at both figuratively and literally and get you back home to No Way thanks very much for joining us yeah
Has the Pandemic Changed You?
"We don't really know what's going to happen with the economy with financial markets with monetary policy with the pandemic. The world is a constant series of endless surprises. Both good and bad and then as things happen that we and others don't anticipate we emotionally react to them and often overreact. Those surprises we become fearful in greedy asset bubbles conform well other acid categories. That might get too cheap. This pandemic the coronavirus pandemic has been a major shock to me and I think to most people. We certainly didn't anticipate it. And now we're coping with a dramatically different world in previous episodes. I've discussed the economic monetary and investment impact of the pandemic and its aftermath in this episode. I want to focus on how this change has impacted US personally. I see three patterns that are emerging two of which I've discussed in an earlier episode of the podcast episode one ninety seven the power of less and local these three emerging patterns are less local and leap less the principal. I've discussed a lot the same. Nicholas tile up in his book skin in the game talked about a principle called via negative. He wrote that. Knowledge grows by subtraction by identifying things. That aren't working. And removing those things he says the act of removing is powerful and less error prone then acting by addition as we've been isolated lockdown in our homes. It's given us time to think about the things that we have and do. We really need them. I'll give you a simple example this past Friday the prelude I my daughter. My daughter-in-law and my son drove three cars for seventeen hours straight through FROM PHOENIX TO IDAHO. And once we arrived here the pro. I went up to our cabinet. Open it up because we're going to spend most of the summer here in Teton Valley. We have a bit of a mice problem at this cabin. There were mice droppings everywhere. We had to clean them up. My approach to combat adding mice is to put out bait boxes with Barbie poison. I spoke to the previous owners about this. And they said they didn't have any problem with mice although they lived here full time and maybe they had a cat but my approach this time is. I took all the boxes away because for one thing when mice would come in and start eating it would wake me up and so I figured just them all out. Don't attract mice by giving them something to eat and then we'll see what happens now. This is a simple example. Simple experiment to see how it works out. But I suspect there's other things that you're doing less of gyms have been closed for most of this time. I bought a kettle bell and have been using that for strength training. So I'm canceling my gym membership. A new listener wrote me. The other day said he couldn't go to the gym so he discovered podcasting and discovered my podcast. We're travelling less. Airline travel is down ninety percent from a year ago. There was an article recently in the Wall Street. Journal talked about how air travel is going to change less direct flights slower boarding process as they board from the rear. First temperature checks before you get on the plane. Perhaps immunity passports everyone wearing mask not going to be as much fun to travel by. Plane Anymore. What are you doing less of are considering doing less of perhaps less going out less business less travel most people are doing less their subtracting things from their lives and it can be powerful. We can give us a sense of relief when we remove something from our life. Now it means we need to be strategic when we add something. We can't just extract ourselves from the economy but we can be strategic in our purchases which brings us to the second emerging pattern of local. Many many people have started working remotely and have loved it. I've had two friends that mentioned to me recently that they never want to have to go back to the office again. One of the outstanding questions is how permanent will this be? And the potential impact on commercial real estate commercial real estate prices were down ten percent year over year in April. We've seen this tram go back and forth. There was a phase where remote work was very much in fashion. And then the CEO's wanted to bring the workers back so they could all collaborate. So I don't see all companies doing this but I certainly do believe you'll see much more remote work because you can be more productive. I have worked remotely for almost twenty years now and you can be highly productive. Other aspects of local supply. Chains have been severely disrupted by this pandemic companies realized that maybe such an extensive global supply chain has some weaknesses. Will we see more? Local domestic manufacturing you're seeing modes of transportation be more local. New York Times reported in March nationwide sales of bicycles equipment and repair services almost doubled from the past year. A lot of people don't want to commute on the subway anymore or the buses and so they want to commute by bicycle. See how that goes when winter comes. These are local trans. The pro and I are going to do much more local travel. We are purchasing a camper conversion. This is a two thousand. Chevy suburban converted into a camper with solar panels. Abedin back no kitchen. But we'll be doing a lot more distributed camping on bureau of Land Management and National Forest Land in Idaho Wyoming and Montana more local with bet your local pattern for shopping. How has that changed? We've done a lot more curbside. Pickup of groceries takes more planning. It can be a little more frustrating. We busted on instant card that can be frustrating to the other day at the grocery store. We ordered two pounds of bananas and two Carrots and we got two bananas and two pounds of Carrots with institute. We Wanted Rama noodles. They didn't have any says. They substituted two huge bags of cheese and CARAMEL. Popcorn mixed together. How you interact locally with WHO? This is one of the biggest changes that I see. We can't be locked down in our homes forever. We're going to have choose to interact. If you have kids they want to interact and so deciding how. And what type of social distancing any social distancing will you use will be critical? We're going to have to kind of navigate this new culture until there's a vaccine if we get a vaccine. I was somewhat surprised as we drove those many miles from Phoenix to Idaho. How FEW PEOPLE? We saw wearing masks and how many people we saw gathering together strangers at restaurants or stores. It's almost as if people think government says the economy's open so we're back Enormou- now maybe the pandemic will just go away. But that doesn't appear to be with. The science suggests the infection rate was very high before the economic shutdown and now the curve has been flattened but everything. I've seen suggests the coronavirus has not gone away bowl. See and we have to figure out how are we going to navigate our social interactions locally
"seventeen hours" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Go she Asians on more aid are likely months away president trump told nineteen Republican members of Congress at a White House meeting today that he's in no rush to pass a nother monster economic relief package in fact hello said today that formally go she Asians over a phase for stimulus package will not resume likely until late may early June but democratic leadership say that the country needs it now Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer slammed the administration today is actually pressing the pause button quote Republicans to choose inaction in the face of these historic economic and health crises will be taking the same misguided path as Herbert Hoover's fox's Kristen Fisher twenty and a half million Americans lost their jobs last month with unemployment skyrocketing to a record fourteen point seven percent and a sharp pivot from just a few months ago when the joblessness rate hovered near fifty year lows many economists project April will end up as the worst single month of job losses during the pandemic California the most populated state in the country gave the go ahead for tens of thousands of businesses to reopen Friday governor Newsom says they're moving forward in part thanks to increased testing over eight hundred seventy five thousand tests have been done in the state of California thirty two thousand tests in the last twenty four hours but the governor sent a stern warning to three northern California counties saying that he may withhold disaster funding if they continue to defy his stay at home orders by allowing businesses including hair and nail salons to open America is listening to fox news seventeen hours twenty two.
What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?
"Even before. It became a popular way to while away the hours days and weeks during isolation putting together. Jigsaw Puzzles was a favourite family activity. But did you know that? Jigsaw Puzzles have their origin in education. Sir John Spills Berry an English engraver and map maker in the mid. Seventeen hundred is credited with creating the first jigsaw puzzle in seventeen seventy six by attaching a map of the world to a piece of wood then cutting the country's out teachers used the maps to teach geography to their students and a recreational activity was born spills berry would hardly recognize his creation today in the early part of the twentieth century. Jigsaw Puzzles were used as marketing tools often given away or sold for mere pennies today companies. Still use puzzles for creative marketing. Take Kodak for instance. It's selling what it. Claims is the quote world largest jigsaw puzzle. We HAVE TO ADMIT. This thing is pretty huge. The fifty one thousand three hundred piece puzzle features twenty-seven injuries from around the world and when completed measures twenty eight point five feet by six point. Two five feet. That's eight point six meters by one point nine meters and this beast costs more than four hundred dollars but all due respect to the Kodak Jigsaw puzzle. The world's largest jigsaw puzzle by surface area. According to Guinness World Records was put together in Dubai in July of twenty eighteen. The puzzle was an honor of the year of Ziyad a year long tribute to the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. The late Shahid there are more than twelve thousand pieces in the puzzle which was an image of Zayed the official record size measured sixty five thousand nine hundred and five point one seven square feet which is six thousand one hundred twenty two point six eight square meters putting together. Jigsaw puzzles is a Greek group activity but one thousand six hundred students of the University of Economics Ad Hoc Human City in Vietnam took it to the next level. When they completed the jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces on record five hundred fifty one thousand two hundred and thirty two to be exact when it was finished the puzzle measured just over. Forty eight by seventy six feet about fourteen by twenty three meters. It took the students seventeen hours to create the massive puzzle which featured a lotus flower with six petals. But what about the hardest jigsaw puzzle? Ever it contains only nine pieces and it's called the puzzle nine it was designed by Asaka. It includes a small board. The nine pieces include right angles and curved edges. That fit together in several combinations. Think Tetris but way harder. The challenge is getting the last piece to fit. It's nearly impossible to fit all the pieces on the board. It took Chris Ramsey a magician video creator and master puzzle or two hours nine minutes to solve the ice nine and by his own description. He was completely exhausted. By the end of the experience. You Sokha created another equally. Difficult puzzle called the Jigsaw Puzzle. Twenty nine the challenge here is to fit twenty nine pieces into a five by five inch. That's twelve by twelve centimeter trae. It comes with five corner pieces. Just let that sink in. Then there's the largest hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle Guinness record held by Dave Edmunds England. Who created a forty thousand seven hundred sixty three piece puzzle celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the puzzle which featured thirty-three Images of Jubilee celebrations was twenty by eight feet? That's six by two and a half meters. When completed though it collapsed soon after Evans completed it took him and force. More than sixteen days to rebuild the puzzle and move at Sandringham where it went on display and was confirmed as the Guinness World record holder. We spoke by email with Caitlin vesper records manager with Guinness World Records North America. She said one of the main criteria for all Guinness World Records titles is that they must be breakable. Every record titled S- monitored is open to being challenged which allows for all kinds of record breaking opportunities all over the world. The Guinness record for most Jigsaw puzzle pieces tattooed on the human body belongs to the aptly named enigma. Sometimes known as Paul Laurence. Who'S A sideshow performer? Actor musician originally from Seattle in two thousand eleven enigmas set the record for having two thousand one hundred twenty three puzzle pieces tattooed on his body from head to toe in no word on whether anyone comes close to second but many puzzle records are held by companies such as the record for the largest spherical jigsaw puzzle. It measured fifteen point seven feet. That's four point. Seven seven meters in circumference and it was made by unit industrial limited in Hong Kong and featured scene from Winnie the Pooh vesper said brands and businesses. Come to US looking to harness the power of record-breaking to commemorate anniversaries and celebrations or to highlight the launch of a new product. Whole communities can come together to attempt to record to a like in March of two thousand nineteen when more than one thousand seven hundred people formed the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece on record a I. The record raised awareness for autism spectrum disorder. The puzzle pieces the symbol for the autismspeaks organization. Vesper explained each Guinness World. Records title has a set of guidelines. That must be followed. The record for the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece is a great example to highlight. This is considered one of our largest human image categories and the idea is to have a group of people gathered together to form a recognizable image. We define a jigsaw puzzle piece as an oddly shaped interlocking and Tessa leading piece designed to be part of a larger picture. The human image to be created would need to be instantly recognizable as a puzzle piece and not an entire puzzle. This record title can be broken if another group creates same image with a larger group of people. Anybody up for the challenge.
"We think about people our lives dying I think the we see all the time and TV and movie images for instance you know. This sort of the worst nightmare is just receiving. Phone call And you know this is to inform you. I have some bad news for you and you think. Oh my God how Calamitous. You know not even a chance to to say anything. This person's gone But actually this week. We're going to look at what. I think is a far more common scenario and certainly if our inbox is any indication we get dozens of letters of people grappling with what? We're calling the long goodbye when you know that a loved one especially apparent which is what we'll talk about for this episode but anybody who's terminally ill there weeks months sometimes years that you know that you have to say goodbye to this person and they're all sorts of very complicated feelings that come up when you're facing a long goodbye and this is something listeners of the show will now this close to our own hearts because we both have long goodbyes of of varying lengths. Mine was very brief. Yours was many years and we had to say goodbye to our mothers and I frankly feel lucky that I didn't get that phone call with the sudden news that my mom died but also having that long goodbye. How is its own form of sorrow and torture? You have to see somebody. You love very much suffer. So we're actually going to hear one letter that is from a young woman who is facing a long goodbye and the second letter that will here is the aftermath of a long goodbye and I should mention that you know when we recorded. This first letter was several months ago and I was in the situation a letter writer thinking about my mom who was still alive and when we recorded the second letter sadly My mom had died so I was right. There in the middle of that aftermath grappling with some of the same feelings is the letter writer. So let's listen to that letter. Now Steve Stewart dear sugar three years ago. My father was diagnosed with stage. Four cancer when he was diagnosed twenty five and in graduate school out of state. Seventeen hours away. It was hard but as the years have gone by I have graduated and fallen in love in my new state. I'm in a serious relationship and have moved my younger brother out here as well. My Dad says to live my life and he would rather me stay where I am than move closer to home. If it makes me happy. Some days I don't know I have guilt. The type of guilt were all be sitting thinking about how? I'm a terrible daughter and my father is home with my mother. Dying without me. He could die a year from now or ten years from now. Am I being selfish? How do children cope with us? I feel responsible for my parents. Even though I know they only want the best for me and my crappy daughter. I took their son away as well. I feel like I have abandoned them but I don't know what to do. I don't want to move home but I don't want them to feel like I don't want to be there sincerely. Daddy's girl who daddy's girl when I read those words really my my heart hurts because you know I was that girl in my twenties whose mom did die of cancer. My Mom died when I was twenty. Two and she was forty five. And you know the question for me. It wasn't is my mom going to die in a year or ten years. You know I knew that my mom was going to die quickly and she died seven weeks to the day after her diagnosis. And one of the things I want to say to you. Daddy's girl is that the most important thing for you to do in this period of time. It's just a love the people you love with abandon and truth because you know we all could die anytime we all die tomorrow. You know we don't know when that will be but I really do feel so lucky you know that I had that opportunity to know. My mom had that diagnosis. I could say to her how important she was to me. It wasn't about being there every minute. It was about being present emotionally and it sounds to me like Daddy's girl you know certainly does that with her father and her parents well the other thing just to pause a moment and say what a beautiful guy to say to his daughter. Live your life. The problem is daddy's girl. You feel guilty anyway. And that's part of the problem when it's a long goodbye when it's acute and sudden okay. Be there. They're very simple in a way. It simplifies it. She says it could be ten years and it could be a year from now and in a way that really puts the sort of Damocles mostly loaded with guilt overhead which is perfectly understandable and Daddy's girl. You have to recognize the only thing you can do at this. Point is affect your love in the world as well as you can the emphasis when death is there is always On death and what I love. There's this wonderful quote from Joan diddy in that. WanNa read because it seems to me to put the emphasis on the living. What is left of life? She writes. I'm not telling you to make the world better. I'm just telling you to live in it not just to endure it not just to suffer it not just a pass through it but to live in it to look at it to try to get the picture to live recklessly to take chances to make your own work and take pride in it to seize the moment and if you ask me why you should bother to do that. I could tell you the graves of fine and private place but none. I think do there embrace. Nor did they sing their or right or argue or see the tidal bore on the Amazon or touch their children. And that's where there is to do and get it while you can and good luck at it which I think in in his own way is what the father is trying to say to you. Daddy Screw Your Dad is trying to say live your life and the other side of that is being as involved with your dad as you can. Right now lacks connection. You don't have to live in the same town as someone if you just because you love them dearly and I do think too that you know with a long-term Cancer Diagnosis. What you have are very different stages of that kind of dying and there will come a time when it will be appropriate. That she goes to him and maybe stays with him for months. That's a very different prospect than picking up your life and living in a town near father just because he might ten years parish from cancer right and then there's this line I took their son away as well and this is I think what happens when we feel just so much guilt because somebody we love is ill you know. She's taking on her brother's decision making. He's an adult. He decided to this state right. You we take on extra baggage in a certain way. You have an opportunity now that you know there's a limited time horizon where it's much more real to you to talk with your dad about what his life of and what your relationship has been and what he thinks of what you're making your life and the things that you're involved in trying to seize the day after all. I think that's what parents want. Yeah when we were really didn't This letter and talking about having it on the show. I really my mind went immediately to my friend Robin Romm. Who's a beautiful writer? She's written two books mother garden and the mercy papers. Both the deeply grapple with Her own experience with her mother who died of cancer and we have her in the studio today and we should mention mother. Gordon is a collection of stories. And mercy papers is a memoir that I think grapples with that moment. Which is the acute phase after a long illness and what in a very intense beautiful sort of searingly honest way what that is like at the very end but anyway we are so delighted? Robin that you're here and thank you for joining us. I wrong so much for having me. Hi Guys so. Can you tell us first? Your story so. My mom was diagnosed with cancer when I was nineteen. I had just finished my first year of college and I was living on the East Coast and she was in Oregon and it was a pretty serious diagnosis. She got a whole bunch of treatment. It's been a long time now. I don't remember every single piece of the initial few years but she went into remission for about a year and a half an after that was sick for about. Oh I don't know maybe eight more years so she was sick a total of probably nine years all your twentieth all through my twenty S. I was nineteen when she got sick and I was twenty eight when she died and I really related to the Daddy's girl ladder because that question of four. How long am I supposed to put everything on? Hold to deal with this crisis and it's at such a difficult time when you're in your twenties and you're trying to figure out like how you're going to be in the world and you're going to graduate school or you're having children are getting married or you're in relationships or you're moving or whatever it's a very. It's a time of life that I think in this country in our sort of current culture is you're allowed to be a little selfish and to set those things up for yourself and so it's very difficult to figure out how to put all those needs aside and still be. Come the person that you want to be in the midst of being pulled back into the family and pull back into this role that you're now a daughter again. You're back in the family home dealing with family and also your apparent to apparent before you've even parented your own kids or anything like forced to be a parent and it. I found it just deeply difficult to figure all that out. I went home several times. I had gone from working full-time to graduate school and during summer like before Graduate School Semester. I had gone home and my mom was pretty sick. Everybody thought she was going to die and then she took an experimental drug and she got better for a while and so I had to make the decision. Do I stay. I don't know how long she'll be better for or go and do a semester so I went back to graduate. School started my coursework about three weeks in. I got this phone call from my mother's friends hate heard if your fingers turn blue. You've got three days to live and they'd my mother's fingers. They said we're turning blue so through stuff in a bag and drove from Berkeley. Where I lived to Eugene or my mom was and wound up withdrawing from school and staying. I had no idea how long I would be home. But it wasn't the end. It was another you know prolonged period of time. And it's just you can't plan around those things either. Which makes them so difficult. You don't know in a death like that often when it's coming and when it's going to come in three months and when it's GonNa come in six months or two weeks and it makes it so impossible to make like a quote unquote good decisions. And so I think that feeling of like I'm a crappy daughter I can't make the right decision is the only feeling available first of all. I don't think you're gonNA feel like yes now. I've landed on the right thing it's crappy to go home and sit around it's crappy to feel far
Robinhood Financial's Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day
"Shares of stock with Zero Commissions. Now until early this month robinhood had a good reputation. The APP HAS GROWN FAST. Just over a year ago had five million users today. The company says it has more than ten million. The privately held business was valued at about seven and a half billion dollars as of last summer when it raised funds according to CNBC but on March third robinhood went offline. For Seventeen hours the stock market was rallying from its previous day's disastrous decline robin hoods. Ten million customers were locked out on a day. When the market gained more than a trillion dollars in value at production time was the biggest day in the stock. Market's history according to CNN not surprisingly dismayed users. Some who reportedly lost thousands of dollars took to twitter. They howled with outrage and threatened to sue. Robinhood apologized saying the unprecedented activity had strained. Its infrastructure. Robin hoods terrible horrible. No good very bad day started turning into a very bad week. It suffered another outage the next day that Tuesday morning it went off line again. Robin Hood said that new outage lasted less than two hours. The company blamed it on what it called instability in the part of its infrastructure that allows the company systems to communicate with each other at the time. Robin Hood said it will consider compensating users. On a case by case basis it is giving premium members three months free of value of just fifteen dollars as the market volatility. Continued that week. Robin Hood appeared to stabilize until Monday. March tenth that morning the market decline was so steep that trading was halted for fifteen minutes once again. You guessed it. Robin Hood went down. The company tweeted about the problems. Just after ten o'clock in the morning and revive the system within about twenty minutes but it took most of the day to make it fully operational according to recode on the heels of its revolutionary free trade fractional model robinhood growth has been so fast that it's disrupted the industry in fact it spurred rivals like J. P. Morgan Charles Schwab e trade to offer free commissions as. We reported right here earlier. It appears that Robin Hood was servicing. Its whopping ten million users. Just fine before corona virus in the oil markets cost historic market volatility. This sudden exponential growth sign up and trading activity knocked the legs. Right out from under Robin Hood. It also slowed down fidelity according to the online site investor. Pedia some observers. In former Robin Hood customers are now recommending similar APPs like we bull and DDO investor pedia reported yes.
Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director, won't face criminal charges
"President trump broke almost seventeen hours of silence following the ABC news exclusive interview with bill Maher in which the Attorney General said our is a constant background commentary that under the president tweeting that he has the legal right to step in during a criminal case almost of postal got more from maybe season as Democrat terra he remained undeterred after this is this interview that came from the bar during which bill Barr said that he feels that the president tweeting read him from doing his job properly the president though it remained undeterred and he still tweeting about DOJ business he wrote that he has not asked bar to intervene in a criminal case but that that doesn't mean he doesn't have the legal right to do that so that is the president I mean it's it's in line with his character the president who you know it'll be like through a third his his authority and so he's saying I can definitely can do whatever I want when it comes to to criminal cases here this comes just is there was the issue with the Roger stone case in which the DOJ backed off on a sentencing recommendation after the president tweeted about it and then the yeah do it justice department also informed former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe that it will not be seeking charges against him for allegedly lying to the internal investigators all of this well there's a lot going on there is a lot going on and it's reading lots of questions about the relationship between president trump and the justice department the reason that we got to this point is because Roger stone is waiting at sentencing and and trial attorneys had recommended that he gets seven two nine eight years in prison the department of justice eventually over ruled that recommended sentencing and I came right after the president himself had tweeted that he felt that the seventy nine year sentence was a very horrible and a miscarriage of justice that there are any that kind of kicked out for a round of questions this to be okay with bill Barr over ruling this recommended sentencing for for Roger stone who's a friend of the president and one of his former associate with bill Maher over rover ruling to the sentencing for stone because of the president's tweet busy with that kind of the way they're communicating is is bar acting you know based on what the president is telling him or did bar really feel that the sentencing was unfair and then today we found out that the department of justice was dropping the case in two former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe that it's unclear why that's being died in the the you know what I'm clear what has changed and why this is happening all of a sudden and at the same time we also learn in that bar is re opening the keys into trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn plan had been waiting for sentencing after pleading guilty to charges that he had lied to the FBI about a conversation with the former ambassador to Russia now the DOJ's could be taking a second look at this case so many watching that and saying this thing feels kind of like that that stone case where the the DOJ is oral questioning whether the DOJ is stepping in here to help one of the president's former associates that's all and clear but it's all reading questions about the relationship between the DOJ
How to Hire a Full-Time Rockstar Virtual Assistant
"We're talking all about how you can hire a full time. Rockstar virtual assistant assistant and we're talking less than six hundred dollars a month and John Before we even get into the specifics on that you. My friends live the four hour workweek. So Oh please tell us how so. I'll tell you the backstory. Then I'll tell you what goes on so this is like twelve years ago. My wife was Pregnant With Our Third Child oiled and we got into the doctor's appointment and had some tests done and he came in to the room and said to my wife you have pre ECLAMPSIA and if you don't go on strict bedrest for the next three to five weeks you're gonNA have a seizure and die and you're gonNA lose this baby and obviously I'm sitting there in the appointment and that was it was a complete shock and I was just thinking like. Oh my gosh. My wife has to be on strict bedrest. I have two other kids. I I can't work mark like I. I gotTa Take Care of my kids full-time and so on the way home from the Dasa else think about how can I deal with this and and so when I got home I sent an email to to the guys in the Philippines and I were working for me and I told him like. Here's the situation. I can't work. I need you guys to do everything that you're currently doing for me and from there for the next three weeks. She was on strict bedrest for next three weeks. I worked one hour and and those two dudes in the Philippines just took over my business like everything that I was doing at the time so this is twelve years years ago so what I was doing at the time was different but you know like managing our Edwards and managing my blog and our comments and the software recreating and customer service is and marketing. All stuff that I was currently overseeing all of a sudden I wasn't overseeing anymore and and so my wife had the baby three weeks later perfect healthy amazing beautiful little girl and for the next two months. I worked about an hour week because I had like walked locked away and these guys were still running my business and my wife took a lot of recovering and so when I came back three months later after the doctor's appointment I kind of expected in my business to be mostly falling apart and it wasn't And and that was where I realized like dude this hour workweek thing is really possible and I'm I'm living it and this is like this is how I live this lifestyle. I get other people to do the work for me and I teach them how to do it. And just you know these two guys that working for me. They had been with me for eighteen months. I don't want people to think that all I'm GonNa go hire someone and I'm GonNa live the four hour workweek later today. It's not it's not how it works They had been working for me for like eighteen months. I had taught them and train them and work with them and so they knew a lot. I just didn't realize that they were so capable of of doing what they were doing. So and then since then I found that like an hour. A week isn't enough. I need like I need like fifteen hours a week to keep me busy because otherwise I'm I'm just bugging my wife all the time. So that's that's where I am. I'm like fifteen seventeen hours a week and I've been therefore like ten or twelve years now fire nation. Let me tell you once you taste the sweet sweet sweet nectar of time. Freedom you you WanNa let go. I mean I've just returned with cates from a ninety day world. Track where Kate Ni- working less than an hour a day so about five to seven hours. A week in our business was thriving without us with our three full-time virtual assistance. and that is the sweet sweet nectar that you will not WanNa give up once you have it so. Let's talk specifics. Because six hundred dollars a month as the title promises is pretty darn affordable. I mean it's pretty hard affordable for four. We're talking a forty hour of full time. Virtual assistant fire nation so John. Can we actually find somebody with skills at that price point. Yeah and it will depend on. Who you who like what kind of person you're you're not gonNA hire a great programmer for six hundred dollars a month but you can hear a great program for a thousand bucks a month or for twelve hundred bucks a month that's you that's US dollars? You can hire someone who speaks great English and you can teach them to do whatever it is you want. you hire someone who is really good at data entry. You can hire someone. Who's good at wordpress? You can hire someone who's good at writing writing content. You can hire someone who's really good at social social media social media marketing for six hundred dollars a month so when I started the people that I hired and this is a long time ago a lot of a different way of hiring but they were making making two hundred and fifty dollars a month and and that was fulltime work and so the salaries have gone up quite a bit but yeah it's six hundred bucks a month. You can hire talented alotted competent people and it's and really it's more than just like talented people. It's it's competent people because that's really the biggest thing that people we'll worry about outdoor is like oh I'm hiring someone who can't follow directions or if I if I miss a step then in giving him directions than than. They're not going to get anything done Dan and that's not the case here So yeah you can definitely do it. You can definitely find people with skills and I lay out like skills. You can find if you're interested. Did less Leo some skills so I have twenty four people. That work for me fulltime in the Philippines and the Philippines here is important and we can talk about that right but yeah we'll get to that so in those twenty four people. I have fulltime programmers. Obviously I have four or five programs I have an developer. Those people all make over a thousand dollars month I have full-time designers really good designers between eight hundred fifteen hundred dollars a month I have Good html CSS. The people that are like Six hundred thousand dollars a month I have an HR person I should stop talking about their salaries. Because then they'll know how much each other makes definitely listen entrepreneurs on fire so you should be careful about some of them. Do I have like back end. Admin people people that are looking at data in our website or or people that are like doing admin tasks or managing reports or or whatever I have content writers have social media people people that manage social media people that write for social media. Yeah people that create images for social media. I have a customer up. A bunch of customer support people. So let me ask you jump in here for a second because before fire nation is kind of maybe starting to think not that you are fire nation but in case some of you are thinking like man this is kind of feel like we're taking advantage of people in any any way shape or form. The reality is this six hundred. US dollars per month in the Philippines in these countries that we're talking about. This is an incredibly well. Well living adjusted wage period under story like when I hired my first virtual assistant and this was actually for four hundred and fifty dollars a month back in two thousand eleven and she still with me. She's Deli making more than that now. Because I give a raises every year but harder at four fifty a month forty hours per week I can. I'll never forget like at the three-month three-month recap that. I was doing to see if we wanted to keep her full-time she was so emotional because she said John I was making three hundred dollars a month as a full time nurse working twelve hours a day having to get on a bus for two and a half hours one way to the hospital and then two and a half hours one way back I I would get mugged on that bus. An average of three to four times per year the bus to get stopped and everybody on their we'll have to give their money was going through a dangerous part of the Philippines. She's like now. I'm making more money. I'm working from home spending more time with my friends. My family not commuting five hours a day. It was an amazing opportunity. And guess what she's He's been with my business now for eight years and she's definitely making a lot more than that now because he's earned it over the years more skills and all that stuff but I just wanted to kind of jump open and kind of share that kind of perspective and if you've had anything similar definitely feel free to share as well so not only have I had almost the exact same experience over ran over and over again but I know I know hundreds of people who have had that exact same experience like I hired this person in and after a couple of weeks or months we do this review and and and they are so thankful for the job and because of all the things you said like. Oh they're making more money. I mean the minimum wage in the Philippines is like one hundred seventy dollars a month. Yeah and there's no commute you know. As long as they have decent WIFI Internet in their house. And if they don't then they're going to be able to afford it now with higher wage anyways I mean I'm not kidding I am not kidding when I say my virtual assistant like three years ago sent me a picture of the house. She bought for her family because of the job. Like it's unbelievable what you're doing. I think these
Foundation Extravaganza 2019
"Extravaganza two thousand nine days you odd voice on just saying extravaganza. I'm guessing probably just think everyone should quietly take a minute home right now to imagine rupaul call him. Basically we love Rupaul though we do but yes we have the foundation extravaganza two thousand nine hundred nine. We're going to be coming up up very soon the all new launches from this summer. I mean not all of them. Because there were literally thousands I think we I move very ambitious and like yeah we can do all of them and then each day. There was another ten so we were literally like this is going to be like a seventeen hour episodes. So what we've done is actually chosen off favorites or at least so a varied selection of much as we could let the most asked about yes and that was the most about but if there is one that you've seen coming out with its come out very recently because also we've been some coming out since we so our off date for all yapping just today hatfields caught oh there's chic very louise weeks brook CBA Buji. I like it so I decide and I woke up hill this morning. So I'm staying away. Professional areas the first person listen to my wedding. Drudge makes me feel very special dresses. She's GonNa do what Mariah enabled. You've been able to oh I did. I was like I don't do to do three doing it. Properly Lindsay is very exciting. We Digress we digress otherwise we'll never get all these foundations so because Uh and you news I'm GonNa pull cat hair phone very professional and then we're going to break into all these foundations but yeah as I was about to say before I got to start to buy the beauty that is hurry outfield advil but if there's anything that we don't mention that you are desperate to know about let us know and we'll do our best to let you know in news in an upcoming episode we shall so as not new new new new. What is the new new well as always says a lot so obviously we're. GonNa talk mostly about foundations and like we said we we didn't try every single thing but one that is a new launch that we haven't tried this coming out is flush peachy. Remember them Lindsey yes I do. I was very worried about them. I felt they might be going away. There's still in line on Alta so flesh bt if you can't with tiny tiny little stick foundation that was kind of like wait through tiny and they have come out with the pure flash liquid foundation so this is actually in a bottle of the liquid foundation which I think a lot of people tend tends to be that kind of like Goto jam is thirty two dollars forty shades good. That's nice and yeah. We haven't tried it but that is is. I believe that's available by now. Actually is out and one that we didn't get hands on because we found out slightly later but we will. I like flesh. I was really worried when they were astorg but don't worry about Oh. That's generally the beginning of the end but that's great if they're still launching something as big as a foundation. I'm forty shades so excited to try that homes golden yeah we go other exciting news which is launching a matter of days so by the time you listen to this you may have already seen this but Victoria Beckham launching our own beauty. I have heard about this and I've seen quite a few teases on grass. I know you're a fan edit collection I I was I feel like for me. I was always like like the first collection the first question I was like. Yes packaging. Yes performance yeah or Gonzalez yet. I was into it second collection. I have to say there were bits. I liked but it was a little made. The first collection was so behind on that I felt a little bit. Let down by the second collection. The quality not wasn't there in the second collection yeah. It just felt a bit. I don't know it just wasn't wow factor like the first one wild me smacked of contract contractual obligation to me he was like she said she'd do to second album syndrome. It was a bit sophomore yes but it does fill me with joy a collection of our own collection so far. There's just been a couple of instagram teases that she's one being a logo which tells us absolutely nothing being very sexy boomerang of her doing a little blink. I and I'm very into this metallic tope Toya. Shade that she's wearing in this picture. Everything about this picture makes me very happy. I Love Brow. I love the I love. What's going on on a date yet. The only thing I don't like is the Hashtag claim beauty stuck on the end of the caption. Because what does that even meeting brands. I have to do this now but I think we've been clear and clean beauty. It doesn't mean anything what was clean. Bt main dirty beauty is it no way dirty beauty. That's GonNa be the name of my eyes. I feel like we've said this and we were talking about. This will be a whole separate episodes on it yeah in because it is a can of worms that should you open the NC. We'll lose her sh- yes next week. We actually have an interview on next the following episode after to this one in two weeks time we have an interview with the president of Bioscience United States talking to forty four about why such twat no we're not talk to that person about its fate town or his cova or anything and but we will be talking to the president of violence is a well well you were there in clean beauty there in the section of beauty but they talked she spoke so eloquently wonderfully about what that means to bioscience and they they don't call themselves clean beechy they call them sustainable. Bt which is obviously something very different yeah and I can't wait to share that with everyone but we should just a clear up definitions the off road and around because even I've done in the past. I'm sure I've used it in my youtube videos where I've even said it without thinking about it. So because everyone's you pay the noise you can musings without saying what that thing means which is so frustrating. Is it natural. Is it organic everything's free in the UK. I mean that's the thing we're cruelty free and like it to be sold in the you have to be yeah like. I don't really understand what you're saying here that obviously China different ballgame but things are changing. It's frustrating. It's like what does clean mean and I think now do you get out. I think is go yeah but as I say as you say all the time to be continue now is Victoria. Beckham beauty is coming. I'm excited about it. I'm excited makeup and that should should be from yeah looking forward to it okay so I've got a thing a thing of pure joy. If Mary Cuando could hold this she would feel all kinds of vibrations goodness. Let's just feeling joy just feeling joy. Nothing I mean Lindsey. I know you're GONNA like this. I'm excited. I think you've already seen my swap chairs and you will. It's the Nour's queen of the night. I shot a pilot which was fired by queen of night herself Suzanne. I'm going to put to the surname botch. It's S. H. S. C. H. on the end Polish anyway a lovely policy doc nine hours police shiny things twelve pris- matic shades fifty nine dollars and every shade is like party animal excitement of glitter. It's Joe is sexy sexy where he had sex with a clown on rainbow and they've women to full baby. Yeah it's like all kinds of goodness and I did some swatches of a my inscribe stories which I do have a highlight actually have new launches if you I want to see that it should still be up. Oh my goodness I had to play with this in a recent shoe and it's not perfect. I love it when shadows of that kind of are they are they poudel Econ Hongkong towels like these you a metallic ballot. Yes Chris but with this it doesn't even because it's more of a power in a way it says it's not like you have to work quickly and then unusual name playtime you can lay them on top of other. I shudder as you can do things you can blend with a brush but also I feel like you get playtime if anyone who wants to dabble with color but finds lines that kind of claimed powder formula little bit to a little bit scary. If you feel like enough time blend in time this will be right up your street. It shiny goodness in a pilot. Well love GNAWS. Palette of the moment Clinton recently with the show pilot. Yeah I mean for me. It's very very rather gnaws disappoints me. I have to say it's one of those brands that like it just it makes every basic. I need plus. Extra finishing touches yeah this. This is very exciting. I'm very excited see their autumn Winter Christmas off. I've seen some hills. It's Lookin sexy. Look Check Shea feeling okay. Sorry Shawn Club style a couple more pilots actually while we're on pallets. Let's talk pallets new you from urban. Decay are spied in my inbox. You have spied this. Indeed is the urban cain aching honey pallet. I mean in negative. It just seems mental to me that they're like naked is dead naked naked over. We had a funeral. The original is gone but behold eighteen. One thousand new naked poets none of which was good as original. Sorry I personally love. Naked is my favorite one. See I'm gone all the way why bother the getting rid of naked betty shelby out again in six months and then just keep launching more so this one naked honey as you can imagine hunting spy by it. It's Kinda yellow gold yellowy goal the goal is I mean. There's a lot of shades in here. That are very similar. I think to the original AK- yes if you'll missing original naked. This is a good option. If you liked buff the shade buff I feel like you're going to get with lots of close yellowy ACRI toe. I think if you take out the two middle ashamed golden and honey it to me becomes a much more look wearable wearable neutrals because I'm sure everyone listening desperately needs a wearable neutral pilot and then the two middle ones are obviously they draw your eye right in the middle of the pilot and they make it much more yellow toned food yeah because they all saw the yellow gold. This one's very glittery one's very
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"It took just seventeen hours but negotiations between the Columbus education association and the city school district are now over with an agreement reached in the middle of the night the comprehensive contract agreement expected to address smaller class sizes more resources and better pay and benefits hundreds of teachers March to city hall earlier this week Macy Jepson reporting president trump says he was not the main target of the second round of democratic presidential debates Tuesday and Wednesday a Democrat spent more time attacking Iraq to Obama then they did attacking me practically speaking at a rally in Cincinnati Thursday from bad of foreign governments want former vice president Joe Biden to win the election next year the nation's economy out of one hundred sixty four thousand jobs in July better than economists' forecasts of a hundred fifty four thousand brings the total US labor force to a record one hundred sixty three point four million unemployment unchanged at three point seven percent the Kennedys are mourning the loss of a family member Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter Sir sure Kennedy hill has died police were called to the Kennedy compound in Hyannis port Massachusetts yesterday afternoon and an investigation is ongoing hill attended Boston College where she was a member of the class of twenty twenty a family statement did not include a cause of death but did talk of her laughter and passion about human rights and work building schools in Mexico it also quoted her ninety one year old grandmother Ethel Kennedy as saying quote the world is a little less beautiful today search for Kennedy hill was twenty two Tanya Jerry powers fox news today marks the beginning of the sales tax holiday in Ohio shoppers who purchase school or instructional supplies priced under twenty dollars clothing priceless and seventy five dollars will not pay the state sales tax.
Heat finalizing sign-and-trade for Butler
"Well we've got some trying to move news in the end player transactions we all thought Jimmy Butler would be part of a sign and trade we just didn't know where he would head and it looks like he's headed no not to Houston not to the rockets may to the Miami Heat not by the U. Miami Heat finalizing the sign and trade deal with the seventy Sixers to acquire Jimmy Butler according to ESPN's age rewards in asking Jerry Butler get a fresh look a fresh look is brought to you by sport clips cut the weight and download the new sport clips hair cuts apps and check it this one I I I think surprised a lot of people a lot of Pat Riley stands out there certainly patting the back of a guy who's a lot of people were trying to throw dirt on RT this point he showed he could still go out and land you one of those guys and now you've got a Miami team that we heard is clearly going to be building around Jimmy Butler in a way that's very appealing to Jimmy Butler exactly right and looked in and part of the great for was a five six hour special whatever the seventeen hour special on the job that they did yesterday one of the things they brought up is that you know Jimmy Butler has never been the guy he clearly wanted to go someplace where he could be the guy the bulls didn't wanna build around him as the guy it could have worked in Minnesota he decided to blow that before the season started last year he was part of one of many guys in Philadelphia but now he's gonna get that middle of being the guy the heater building their franchise around and we'll find out going forward whether not both Butler in Miami were right in that assessment of him
"seventeen hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Mobile home and assaulting her. Jurors heard opening statements from the prosecutor and defense attorney her pants back on tried to exit the trailer when she found that she couldn't open the door. She pulled out a window. Video does not demand is holding a five-year-old against their will it shows the girls won't leave Mr. Hawkins along the girl who is now eleven is expected to testify today. It's way two of the John John Chuck trial in Pinellas county during the first week of testimony. A penelas jury heard from detectives who investigated the murder of Phoebe, John Chuck they heard from police officers who arrested John John Chuck, including the officer who witnessed John Chuck drop. His five year old daughter into the frigid bay waters from the dick Meisner bridge in January of two thousand fifteen jurors also listened to testimony from John Chuck's mother. Michelle, John, Chuck, I never really thought that he would ever do anything to hurt his daughter because he. He loved his she and others testified to John Chuck's bizarre behavior leading up to Phoebe Steph, the state rested and the defense began its case last week defense lawyers are trying to convince the jury that John Chuck was legally insane when he killed his daughter. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio WFL a problem with a computer program is blamed for delays at airports around the country including in Tampa flights at Tampa international were delayed for hours yesterday. With one flight set for New York not to set take not set to take off until eight thirty this morning. That's a seventeen hour delay. The problem was traced back to software called aero data that several airlines use about eighteen hundred flights around the country were delayed travelers advise to confirm their departure time before heading to the airport today. Spring breakers have descended on Clearwater beach over the past month, breaking spring break attendance records, and it's not over Jason buys all of the city of Clearwater says the beaches annual sugar. Fan festival starts in a couple of weeks and this year, it's seventeen days. He says that means even more volunteers are needed a free barrier. Trolley ride and you'll get admission to the festival of the day of your ship. So we offer incentives to get people out here because we really want to thank volunteers because disadvant- when not be able to happen without their hard work. So with the increase in seventeen days, we definitely are still looking for more volunteers. If you're interested go to sugar sand festival dot com. The roller coaster ride continues at the pumps jumped.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on Caught Offside
"Do you ever hang out with the guys from hymns? Yeah. Every once in a while, we get together, we cut each other's hair. And yeah, normal things that men do when they hang out with one another. We really do hang out with our sponsors. Yeah. Let's see JJ. We do have a quick what to watch for that four. We do that. Good lord. What is happening? A couple of things nev. The male dyke is hot to be sacrificed because this podcast is going to be seventeen hours long. We're we're find. No, we're not doing what I'm saying. All right, but please send your mail to caught off site pod at gmaiLcom at CO soccer pot on Twitter. Also, go on the Instagram's and follow us because we do things with the Graham now we caught off site ESPN on Instagram. We're going to start being active do as much as I count on. But we need to jazz it up a bit more on also, I guess the other Champions League we'll have to wait for the second legs. We'll have to talk about that next week. But the cockatiel yes, yes, don't you? See what I've done here. Oh, sorry. Sorry involves teams that were playing gives us a root in your so clever, but we start with the Premier League Saturday, ten AM Manchester City, and what furred I wanted to ask you this question about city. So they're playing Saturday at ten they gotta Champions League match against shock on Tuesday. Schulkin or playing their match on Friday to accommodate this event is have a similar situation. They're gonna play their match on Friday because they also have a Tuesday Champions League match against letter co- Madrid virtual Pocchettino was talking last week about how angry it makes him that the premier does not provide a similar accommodation at Dortmund had done the same thing. They had an extra twenty four hours of rest before they played Spurs didn't wind up mattering. But the point remains is it time that the Premier League if they wanna see these these clubs go on deep and thrive in this competition that maybe they kinda adhere to a similar sort of policy. Oh, they don't even give them a break for Christmas. What are you talking about? No get on with it played about. No. I haven't read the article because it seems tedious. But there is an article where someone's collected the data. I think someone out of higher verd- mind, you so it should be good about what Pocchettino said how does rests rest breaks affect the two legged ties. So I'm gonna have to read that first before it can give a definitive answer your answer sounded pretty definitive. I don't know. All right, son. I mean in theory. Yes. Okay. In theory. Yes. So be honest. But also, but also, but also, you know, what just just accept the workload. Except what's happening on don't. I would be worried that changing fixtures would would tink are with the the integrity of the domestically say really just so you can have more of your teams. I don't like it. It's mel's wrong. Okay. Sunday. Eight AM Liverpool and Burnley. Excited. But it's again, I say I'm excited and kickoff comes and it's just this nervousness all the way through until until hopefully, you get the opening goal and you crush Burnley because we need the win everything has to be one no under. So that pressure is the pressure of chasing is honest still scarred by that Burnley match to your it was two years ago when the possession was like ninety ten James that game was a. Monstrosity? Yeah. That was only the start of last season..
"seventeen hours" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Does it better than the host of football morning in America. Peter King with Tolbert and Lund. What's happening? Thanks to journalists. Always great to be joined by Peter King will review what happened in the divisional will look ahead to the championship game Salata their stuff to talk about with Kyla Murray, obviously making his choice, which kind of puts the as in the spotlight new stuff on Tonio Brown. Obviously a lot of coaching hires. All those kind of things Peter joins us weekly. And he joins us courtesy of Numa. Guess i'd. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well yourself doing really good. But I I gotta ask I ask you this. I do, you know, Adam gays, very well. I wouldn't say I know him very well. But yeah, I've got a decent relationship. With them reason. I ask. Weird though, isn't that was wild. I just I've never seen anything like it. And of course, in New York, it's going to get blown sky high. But that just was crazy that at all, I think. I don't I have no idea if. The Adam gay. I honestly don't talk some point this week. I'm going to ask them. You know what? Really? I was a contact lenses. So here, man. But anyway, I don't I don't know. I don't think I've ever interviewed him. I just thought that whole thing was was weird. In regards to the divisional round. I don't want to call it a disappointment. But by the time, you kinda got warmed up, and you're ready to go and TV's going in the wings are front end for yourself. A beer all of a sudden you're looking up in in three of those four games were kind of already over. Yeah. I mean only the last game. Luckily, that's the game. I was at the only the last game was was good. Yeah. And you know, to me, I think when I look at when I sort of look at what exactly happened in this in this scenario was. I think the moral of the story is that home field advantage. Especially in the second round of the playoffs is huge. Because look at the chargers, for instance, where seed they were twelve and four in the regular season. And yet. They had to go to Baltimore the first week on Sunday. Fly back home and then had to go Foxborough the second week. Whereas, you know, the patriots are sitting there for thirteen days twiddling their thumbs getting healthy getting arrested. And essentially, what happened was I I mean, I don't know you probably have to talk to, you know, people who study the human bodies reaction to stress and and to work and all that. But you can't tell me that that didn't have something to do with what exactly happened. The fact that the patriots were rested coming off a bye week. And the chargers are coming back. You know, get back to back west. Game game. And what was so what really kind of puts it in perspective is somebody explained to me when I was talking to him about it. Know, he said. You know, the chargers had to play seventeen hours. Total of seventeen hours in eight days before playing the best team of our lifetime. I mean, that's really prevalent, not ideal circumstances, you know, but, but I do think this whole thing just goes to show you how credibly important whether you're the first or the second seed what a huge advantage it is. And I'm in favor of having that advantage. I think that's fair. I I think I think a lot of times in baseball. You know, and and other sports the fact that you know, if you have a seven game series in your playing four at home. Three away. I mean, let's say you're twenty wins better than the other team. Why shouldn't it be five and two instead of four and three? I, you know, I don't know they said that's a probably a matter for another day. But in my opinion. I'm not a big I don't I don't really have much sympathy for people saying that people in the NFL too much well home field advantage. I think you work for you win that many games. You ought to have it. Absolutely Peter King is joining us football morning in America. We're looking at the divisional playoffs will look head to the championship games in a few minutes. You're back there. And so you live at a lot more. But it it is amazing. We have a bit of a connection obviously, Tom Brady him being from northern California. But for him to go to for them to go to eight straight for him to go to thirteen total championship games and to be as dominant as they are in their chameleon. They can just they can be whatever you need them to be week-to-week. Is there anybody who's come close, and how impressive in your mind? Is it the run that the patriots are on? Well, you know, I said this last year when now. When the ESPN story came out to talk about the dysfunction, and the the fact that, you know, the patriots were we're having some problems internally. I mean occasion and relationships Bellichik Brady crafts. You know, I I made this point that I mean if you get ballot stick Brady craft right now, they have been together. You know, I'm not including two thousand could be as brave play that year. British starting two thousand one. Those three people have been together for eighteen years. And let's just say, they don't, you know, get to the Subaru but still they've been together. Eighteen years they've gotten to the AFC championship game thirteen times they've gotten to the Super Bowl eight times and they won five Super Bowls. That's unlike any air, quite literally in NFL history. Like if you were to talk about. Craft Belichick Brady eighteen years of greatness, Barlow Walsh, Montana ten. And you know, so and there's no sense that this is the last year of these three guys. So my feeling is that Brady craft probably will last nineteen years. I mean, maybe it'll go it goes beyond there. But it's gonna last at least nineteen years. I think that is absolutely totally equivocally unheard of in the history of pro football. So there's something great to be said for that. And I think that kind of puts it in perspective. And I think it is. I think there's a irony too. Because Patrick Mahomes is the next big thing on the block. He didn't seem intimidated by at all by the playoffs. A lot of people obviously, credited his dad, and he's been around it and all those kinds of things, but he looked great. It's obviously going to be very cold in Kansas City this weekend. I don't know. Is that the game you're gonna cover? Yeah. I'm going to Kansas City game. So what's your what's your initial thought on? On on patriots. And chiefs. I I'm like everybody else in my business. I I can't I just it's so hard to pick against the patriots right now. They just played the chargers and to me one of the most incredible things in that game as they scored forty one points. They never had certain long in the game. Not one time. That's how great their offense played when I say never at third long. They have certain six once other than that every third down. They had was third in five or less, and how incredible is it that you win a game. You play a playoff game and never one time in sixty minutes. Do you have third loss unbelievably ridiculously perfect. On offense. And so that's why I look I think that I think the chiefs have a heck of a chance to win this game. But I can't sit here and predict the Kansas City. Chiefs are gonna win the game. Sorry, I can't do it. Because I think that you know, there's just something. I'll I'll believe that. The patriots are gone when somebody beats him, but they they're they're in amazing franchise to to manhandled. The chargers who a lot of people thought were it was Super Bowl team this year to manhandled the chargers to embarrass the chargers to open the game against the defense. That absolutely totally flummoxed Baltimore seven days earlier. Open that game. Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. I mean to be ahead thirty eight to seven after forty minutes. I. Insane. It is totally insane. And so I I don't know I'm trying I'm trying to be rational. Because I do think it's crazy to pick against Patrick Mahomes in the chiefs at home. I just do. But I can't I can't pick against the patriots. Absolutely over the NFC side. Like, you said you were at the eagles and saints, and obviously you can pick out a handful of plays in that game fourteen in Philadelphia. But I thought it changed when I thought falls had a Zakar it's out there. But he kind of under throw them. Lattimore gets the interception. That was a big one. Obviously the ninety two yard drive was big. And then, of course, the ball off L, Sean, Jefferies hands was big just kinda give me your thoughts on on what you thought changed and and the game itself. You know after Philly went up fourteen nothing early and after New Orleans lost its best interior defensive player and Sheldon rank and with what appears to be and it may have been announced already. But I don't know if it has what appeared anyway to be a Chili's injury. So he's gone. After that happens, and your you know, beleaguer defense finishes the game with forty nine scoreless minutes. I'll get some magic man Nicole's. I I mean that is a fantastic performance by that defense. Now that miss ball is something that that alshon Jeffery is going to have to live with it will haunt him for a while. And rightfully so was an easy catch. There's no way that should have gone hands to them and went right through his hands. And with the marshawn land Lattimore lap game over it's sort of a shame. Because you know, that is really one of the great stories we've seen in a while. Once the eagles have done in back to back losing your crane trays quarterbacking back to back December's. And in the first year going on to win the Super Bowl in the second year winning at the Rams just stay in the pennant race beating the Texans. Decisively at home to stay in the pennant race shutting out Washington to make a playoff to make the succeed in the playoffs. Going to Chicago, and sir. The survival test beating the bears in Chicago. And then coming within a fluky fluky. Listen miss catch L Sean Jeffrey of of maybe going on to win that game. It just. They're an incredible story. I applaud the Beagles, but you know, at the end of the day. I do think that the best team won. They're not by a lot. And obviously you win twenty two fourteen years most powerful offense. And I think the saints since mid season they are a little bit flawed. They're not as explosive as they were high point really was the forty five thirty five win over the Rams in week nine and since then they've been sort of moral, so we'll see which team shows up. But I think it's not a great match up for New Orleans because obviously the Rams come in with two excellent running backs, you know, Todd Gurley. And now he's in a practical practically at a job share with C J Anderson who they get off the street a month ago who in the last eight months has been cut by three under five hundred teams just the weirdest football. So we. It is. The weirdest thing. He's a Barry guy. We had him in studio before the season. He was on the Panthers. And they'd like you said he was at the raiders. Of course, they didn't need him. And then he moves onto the Ramseys been amazing. It off the field a little off the field. But non-playoff, news wise, just because it's a it's kind of a big story in the bear with Cuyler Murray being drafted by the as have you heard any buzz around him. And what you think because obviously he he enters the draft. But he's five foot nine and four as dynamic of a football player is years and yet everybody wants to compress Wilson or other guys about him. I five nine there has to be at some point a size that you can't play the play quarterback in the NFL. Isn't there? I wouldn't I wouldn't be as worried about him being. I think he's gonna end up being five nine and a half. You know, which is I think seventy seven inch short of in. Russell wilson. It doesn't bother me as much as the fact that if you look at him he is he has a baseball body. He's he's a he's kind of slight. Yeah, he's not small, but he's not sort of the broad shoulder. Kind of muscular guy who you look at it and say, boy, he can take a few hits. I mean, Russell Wilson never misses games. You know, he's figured out a way to to work his body into this way that he you know, he's incredibly durable. I don't know that I would think Cuyler Murray could be as durable with that body. Now. We'll see what happens, but I certainly believe her. That he's going to be picked in the top half of the first round. And because of that because teams are going to have time to get excited about them because there are six teams in the top fifteen with a quarterback need. That's I'm not saying he necessarily deserves to be top fifteen pick. I'm just saying that are six teams in the top fifteen that have a quarterback need. And I think he's going to go somewhere right in there between say like, maybe six and fifteen now have been a lot of buzz about, you know, could he be picked ahead of Haskins. And all that I have no idea where so early in the process right now. I mean the draft isn't for eleven weeks. So there's plenty of time to try to decide whether in a weather a guy is is gonna make it or not actually not eleven weeks. I'm sorry fourteen weeks. But so there's plenty. Time and nobody really knows what's going to happen. But I do think this that if if Tyler Murray, you know, you can declare for the draft. But if it gets to be the top of the third round and he hasn't been picked yet..
"seventeen hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mike O F. And so we get up to people just showed up they paid full fare. We've got to put you in coach, I said, no. And it's from Dublin to Los Angeles is seventeen hours, and this is seventeen hours with my crew Mayerling, you know, so everybody's got everyone's drunk. Everyone's gotta banjo or ukulele Di Di Di Di Di Di Di Di maybe it'd be fathered eight edn daily data. You know, the whole run everybody brings the big coke bottles. You know, the two liter coke partying all over, you know, coach. So I ended up taking two sleeping pills. Yeah. And I washed it down with. Vodka tonic. I commend him. And so I was out for fourteen hours sleeping, fourteen hours. So I wake up headache. Just everything's dry axel problem with that. Yeah. Yeah. There's like, you know. Nervous dreams when they call him the flu dreams or nightmare. Whatever it is. And and so I said to the flight attendant, I said would it be a couple of hours out? And she says, no, no, no, no. She says we're thirteen and a half hours away. I said no way another flights only fifteen because you've been asleep for an hour. I sleep for twelve or thirteen hours, and I was up with a headache and banjo music play in partying going on. How does that medication just bounce off? You I don't know, man. I just popped up, and I was up. And so I'm up for the next twelve hours. And I'm looking out the wing, and I always have this. I got this weird thing. Like, man. Those engines gotta be firing perfectly for fifteen hours. Right. That's a long time for engine keep spinning, and I was up man that somebody I hope that keeps going. Right. You get up in your head about it. And you start to figure out all the ways things something could go, right, and the and the bad thing look anyway, you go down you're gonna get killed. But when you leave Los Angeles, and you don't make that big turn to go to New York or Seattle, whatever you just keep going straight. You see nothing, but until you land, that's true. Is that correct? Right. Don't you land? Isn't that Vietnam? Now, you're completely right? I mean, there's no you're you're saying you're remains will not be found. Nothing will be found. You're gone image three seventy. That's all right. When we come back. I wanna play Mark something that we did yesterday. And get your opinion. We're live on KFI. Conran? Thompson worth bender the fire in LA, and Ventura counties has become the most destructive in twenty five years at least four hundred thirty five homes have been destroyed. LA county fire chief Daryl auspey says teams are still working on account walking many Kenyans.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"One of the reasons for that is, as you mentioned in DD saw of the reconnection occurring just above the socio sunspot, and that's what the flair started to do, and then a coronal Massey junction lifted off seventeen hours later, there was the Aurora now coronal mass ejections take what like eighty hours typically to go from the sun right in so seventeen hours. This thing was really moving and had an enormous amount of mass and then and then the award was. Observed a cutting right through the United States through Mexico in down into Central America. So pretty pretty spectacular event. And this was a really cool event for a lot of reasons than we've seen similar things. Even with this July two thousand twelve event, the speeds are comparable. That's about seventeen hours for to reach about the distance from the sun to the earth. Now that went, didn't hit the earth that would didn't hit the earth that had us spacecraft on the side of the earth stereo. But that's base craft was at a distance is about the same distance. But the other aspect was we also saw this effect of multiple events where one event kind of clears out the way, and then the big one blasts through and it's it's got this free rains just week through the solar system and slam into the earth in this case. So it's a double whammy. It's really to coronal mass injections, those regions or so act. Active that they continually reconnect now they come from really big sunspots, right? We're talking sunspots that are many times the size of the earth and this sunspots the bigger they get the more complex they get. We can see how much energy they have contained inside of them. That gives us an indication of what sort of activity might we see. So are there other events like the Carrington that are that we can go even further back we can and there's been one that's been talked about recently. It's now called the Charlemagne of it by some because it's estimated to be with then a period of about seven seventy four or seven seventy five somewhere in that period during the time when Charlemagne was first recorded in carbon fourteen in tree rings, wow. Now that you're just. This is. Wow. But then this was put out by group from Japan, but then some other scientists sat back and try to figure this out and they said something doesn't seem right here. This is just a little bit odd. So they looked at their calculations realized that they didn't calculate for a very focused particle event, and they treated it as kind of a giant bubble around the entire son and turns out it wasn't a thousand times bigger, but it's still tend to twenty times bigger than the Carrington event and is massive. Well, would happen to, you know, our technologies today of event like that occurred well, it could be quite catastrophic and there have been studies by the national academies, estimates certainly billions and billions of dollars of damage estimates up to even trillions of dollars because it would have such a global impact on our technology infrastructure. We. You could see power outages across the globe in an interconnected power grids, especially there would also be impacted communications, but another aspect satellites we would possible possibly lose minisatellites. Yeah. So the modern day technologies are are kind of susceptible to these space, weather effects. And one of the aspects about this is that we're now in an age with technology. We didn't have even during two thousand three and certainly not during nine hundred eighty nine..
D&S- Abandoned Church or College? Gotta listen to The Nice Guys if you want to find out.
"The nice guys on business have a very limited vocabulary most of which is four letter words and bathroom humor. Yes. They act like ten year old boys on a good day. There will be fart. Jokes and worse. Parental discretion is advised it stricken. You just pass by them possibly what the policies and procedures are for the amount of time that must elapse before a customer gets a menu. I'll have with the nice guys on business or having. They always fuck you at the drive drive-thru. Oh, and on the nice guys on business podcast, need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. Okay. Oh, you are recording? Good. I just just so there's a couple of things that are either going on number one year either at a brothel where there's a woman having a very loud orgasm pleasure being pleasure by a very large man or you're at a bar, which one are you. Hang on. I want to go back to that first because. Specific. No, it is definitely the former. I don't know what the hell you're talking about Vegas or something. I, where are you? You're in, you're, are you in Maine, the way will, by the way, prostitute is illegal and biggest by the way legal in Nevada, but it's illegal in Clark, county eggs. I am not in Maine, it's a long story, but I'm in Connecticut. Wait a minute. Hold on a second. I wanna hear part of the story because you should be in Maine right now, shouldn't you be? I, I went to Maine to drop one child off at college. I'm on my way back, but on the way back where stopping in Connecticut because another child wants to go visit an abandoned church. And so we're staying overnight in Connecticut, so we can make up in the morning and go see the abandoned church in the daylight. I'll go on the details right to say this. I would like to say this, you are a better father. Then I would ever that I would ever imagine that I will ever be. And then I have ever been a one of your kids says to you. I want to stop dad. I have a great idea coming home from Maine through Connecticut. I would like to stop it in an abandoned church and you're willing to put up a an entire night hotel room and stopping probably well more than not even. Is it not not halfway? Is it it's? It is about halfway, but yet this after eight and a half hour drive up to Connecticut. And now I'm sorry up to Maine, and then it's going to be another eight and a half hour drive back, split half its. I got on what we do to keep our children happening. Right. Is it sixteen wait a minute? If I did the math correctly, I counted seventeen hours there. Is it seventy? Nine? We're driving to Maine, Maryland. Well, no, nine and a half or eight and a half hours up eight and have our back. Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you said I thought you meant eight and a half hours each way. So did you actually the ride earn worth? Did you go nor hours each way? Okay. When you went north, did you actually do the halfway stop? Did you stop in at least? Did you play it fair? Did you go to an abandoned synagogue? What you know what you didn't go to abandoned synagogue because us Jews or too stingy to actually in anything exactly. No, there are no abandoned synagogues. No you. You don't want. It's really interesting all of the synagogues. You know, maybe it's the other way around all of the churches that really want to move to another facility when they grow too large, they, they sell their facility to the Jews and we and we buy their their old churches from them and convert them into synagogues. There's got to be something about. I, I had no idea. I, I mean, unless you're enlist your like in an area that is like hard what his place I'll be playing video games there. What is going on? What are you hearing? Because I have. Club music. It's. This, I'm going to other restaurant slash bar called Maggie MC flies. Okay. It's like kind of local here to Connecticut, but I think it's also a chain. It's actually one of the topics I put on. I don't know that we want to get into it because you have a lot of really good topics, and this one is separate, but let me get magnetic flies the first of all you. It looks like a really fun hometown bar type of place. They've got some tables outside which right right now, but it's like midnight right now so that the restaurant part is closed and I and the bar part is open, right? There's only like fifteen people here, but it sounds like about a fuck it on because really we actually eight here earlier as well. We had dinner here and my family at dinner here earlier, and it just looks like a fun, like warm and fuzzy American pump food restaurant, like a TGI
"seventeen hours" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Cardiology dot, com All right eight hundred nine Jimmy's got the news in the second as long as we were talking. About about plans and bugs and things like that with. With balmy richest here, are just saw this story and Chevron's reading. This an Air India flight. Out of Newark New Jersey has put a spotlight onto a whole other brand of horror in the air. If you think snakes and the. Plane are bad f- snakes and a plane or bad passengers on a seventeen hour flight to Mumbai. Complained about an infestation pet pucks Bed bugs for seventeen hours. On a play so snakes on a plane you know I. Am the devil those black they blanking bed blood blackening blackened plain. Samuel j.. Have him. Do. This no even in first class they had these so many were reported the customers could take pictures of them and some reported bites and blading by the by the end of the flight while I don't think, I'm gonna I don't know, about flying right there have you ever had the advantage bedbugs yes I have okay you. Have no I haven't gone would man I went, through this one time and it was just dreadful so I think I'm taking the train or I'll take a boat All right we have. A lot more coming in we still have Chicago REO speedwagon. Tickets and and more alleged fun it's Mike Patrick Gallagher good morning Eight thirty at News Radio eight ten and one.
US, National Transportation Safety Board and Meghan Hughes discussed on Mike McConnell
"Hughes, has the, details what's being done to protect athletes in the wake of the, Nassar scandal. Senators will hear from the US Olympic. Committee's acting CEO Suzanne lions the head of USA gymnastics carry Perry and, Michigan state's interim president John angler adding to. The pressure more than eighty survivors of, Nassar's abuse will hold a news conference, ahead of the hearing the former doctor, for USA gymnastics in Michigan Athletics pled guilty last year to felony criminal. Sexual conduct this is the band's third hearing. On the issue Meghan Hughes, ABC news Washington the National Transportation Safety board says a pilot's fatigue and his confusion. Over. A plane's autopilot mode where among the causes of twenty sixteen crash. Into Lake Erie just off of Cleveland that. Killed all six people on board the NTSB's final report says pilot John. Fleming had been awake for over seventeen hours at the time. Of. The crash on December twenty nineth the report released yesterday said the plane's auto pilot was also not engaged as. It should have been just after takeoff I it was driverless cars now we're learning that pilotless planes may soon be a reality, on the, news podcast start here ABC news contributor Colonel Steven Gerrard says it's, just a. Matter of time before we see fewer. Pilots in the air the Farnborough airshow outside of London last week Airbus, was quite clear that by twenty twenty three They believe they'll have the technology. To begin to replace some of the cabin or. Some of, the cockpit, crews, today there is a recall on a popular snack for kids ABC's Dave Schreiber tells us what it is there is a voluntary recall on four types of, goldfish crackers over concerns about salmonella pepperidge farms says way powder. May have been contaminated in the. Crackers the recall includes flavor blasted extra cheddar flavor blasted sour cream and onion baked with whole grain extra. Cheddar goldfish mix extra cheddar and pretzel the products have been distributed throughout the US there have been no reports of, an illness Dave Schreiber ABC. News they stayed has reported Ohio's first human. West Nile virus case this year the Ohio department, of health says that. A seventy one, year old Lake County man had to be hospitalized this week no deaths of. Yet been reported this year most. People received the virus through bites from in Spain -ffected mosquitoes Radio seven. Hundred wwl. Sports here's a reds obey del CID Harare's pinch hit walk off a single in the. Bottom of the line sent the reds over the cardinals last night two to one this nap Cincinnati's four game. Losing. Streak Saint Louis starter Daniel daily owned through seven no. Hit. Innings against Cincinnati and his major league. Debut before Suarez led the reg two out rally in the ninth Suarez is two out. Solo Homer, off closer bud Norris tied the game at one. The reds then loaded, the bases in, rarest, single to center for the game winner Reggie cardinals, meeting gave, two of, their series, tonight Austin Gombar will.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
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Prosecutors: Longmont teen murder suspect stashed molotov cocktails, machete, throwing knives in his bedroom
"Nine hundred seventy the answer i gave up for the newsroom police are investigating a fatal shooting at elizabethtown last night about nine thirty police were called to a home in greenway drive where they found the body of a man he was pronounced dead on the scene also located suspects including one they believed to be the shooter in other news one woman was found dead in bardstown about seventeen hours after a deadly crash that happened early yesterday morning about six thirty yesterday evening police were called to springfield road or nearby neighbors said he'd hurt allowed noise the night before we found car parts in his yard and discovered the woman's crashed vehicle and a creek and sometime later in this weekend's the opening of keeneland in lexington were fans might have to deal with the little snow early saturday as a precautionary measure sunrise.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The ninth of april nineteen ninety eight it was more than seventeen hours after that that the historic deal was struck this agreement is good for the people of ireland north and south it was made possible but i want to say this to the politicians and to the people of northern ireland with all the force that i can muster even now this will not work unless in your will and in your mind you make it work the cross is a symbol of suffering but also of hope as their politicians labor to produce an agreement the people of the ormeau road protestant and catholic held in east of the jill in this area so often the scene of confrontation in the marching season they prayed together for a new peaceful future it was a long week all nighters ninestory for you because i have to tell you nobody actually thought it was going to come here when it was announced in the middle of the night george mitchell must segler of previous for when it was announced i think people were so stunned i couldn't believe just couldn't believe that there was possibly we we're going to have an agreement i remember it was snowing me i also remember like may said we didn't really think it was going to hop them so it was absolutely mind blowing that had heart and talk of it something lifted your spirits i mean it was amazing at that stage it was called the good friday agreement not necessarily because it failed on good friday but it did but for me it's always been a good friday and i know promises ni call it the belfast agreement slot of nonsense and good for eighty the agreements had a lot of things that hasn't fulfilled but the one thing the good friday agreement and nobody can dispute this peace brought peace to this part of the one which i absolutely never thought would happen i think that for the good friday agreement to work there had to be a substantial network of all sorts of relationships up dine across diagonally across society i think that the politicians haven't never understood the importance of that network of relationship i'm happy to be there to get it over the line but with that vast network of which women were apart not the only part of which women were apart i don't think it would have happened.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Flight from a strategy to europe cutting travel time to seventeen hours in london flight is a test ultralonghaul it's qantas hopes will span the world by twenty twenty two joining us now he's rico his university of sydney professor i'm sort of cringing at seventeen hours in a cabin is this a game changer i am in story but then also very exciting moment i'm saying that for two reasons historic because it's the first time that these two economies are connected nonstop and seventeen hundred flight is really not a lot when you think about how long it took not that long ago knows stops days to get from london to australia and now you can do that literally overnight it's also very exciting because of the piece of equipment they're using their which is very innovative and we very comfortable if you're sitting in the premium cabins i've actually tested that equipment that had remained on the boeing seven hundred seven on on a route from such go to oakland an economy which was not that great on a sector that norwegian operates from new york to tacoma there was finding a premium and business and was just amazing ear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloomberg dot com global business news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the radioplus mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash from bloomberg's european headquarters.
Israel attacks Hamas positions after Gaza Strip fence breached
"In the country's porn is radical music education was replicated in countries around the world will grant reports perhaps the most ribbon of course he rails philosophy towards teaching music was that no matter who you were way you need an appreciation of nice complex compositions was within your grasp the actor bringing mozart beethoven bach and tchaikovsky to the poorest barrios venezuela was a profoundly unique approach at the time over the decades have radios program known as el sistema would put young catechal musicians from the south american nation on the world stage authorities in rio de janeiro say eight people have been killed during a police operation in a shantytown brazil's military police said troops were patrolling areas in raw when they exchanged fire with people they say were criminals this is the world news from the bbc the israeli military says its fighter jets have attacked positions of the palestinian militant group hamas in gaza overnight statement from the military said the israeli air force had targeted what it called terror camp in rafeh it said the military action took place after four palestinians attempted to cross the border fence between cars and israel and set fire to available the japanese prime minister shinzo obey has said he'll press on with attempts to change the country's pacifist constitution a move that will prove controversial with the public michael bristow reports japan has surprisingly large military known as a self defense forces even though it's constitution forbids the maintenance of land cnn forces japan's leaders have got around the ban by seeing the military's for purely defensive purposes at a party meeting shinzo abe's you'll continue with the plan to change the constitution to end the controversy surrounding the existence of japan's armed forces mr hobby made the pledge despite being embroiled in a corruption scandal that position has prime minister the first sheduled nonstop flight between australia and europe has landed in london the qantas playing completed its fourteen and a half thousand kilometer journey from perth in just over seventeen hours the airline is using the boeing seven eight seven nine dreamliner which is twice as fuel efficient as a jumbo jet the head of qantas alan joyce described the service as a game changing route well it's historic day for western australia historic day for.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"We went to four times four times was moved there by legit almost move i like how to job interview i'm still in touch with the guy where they're like no joke a writer for the magazine the job interview went to thailand four times and took a flight seventeen our one time we'd there was a direct flight from jfk seventeen hours is why i couldn't i was fine with my wife wow i didn't mind it felt like an adventure now i mean the longest flight was like what seventeen hours italy now seven what's italy seventeen hours i think nothing longer than that there's no way i could do i would go not i will not seventeen hours in a plane either by myself with my wife over seventeen minutes in the car with all three i think that is insane insane did you go to australia i have no i have no honestly i fall asleep fine i've just like make you go to sleep on how xanax here they're like to keep the day moving along you watch for sleep i mean i'm not just like a regular plane i'm it's a little it's a little bit the seats are a little bit wider the leggings a little bit more but yeah for the most part it's yeah that's that's just not i'm doing it i was unbelievable you have a bed you lie down the and then we liver in paris before hours and you're the first class lounge there showers champagne there's croissant it's a whole nother world once you get used to that it's very difficult we did it once obviously we didn't pay your last flight i don't remember because i wouldn't be able to go back after after doing that.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Yes in the future of the breather build had boy they tip abetted by playing whack a mole seventeen hours a day of oil had any virgoe 30year by the by drew part of that no matter what though painting if it were buried but look after gains will be appointed by marty bathwater later three there by north and give a hate the inaugural three before he will now by rabin at watching on that dry the green bay devouring hillary so the pain bands you are as go on board lorde the band donald bad the oregon the lord bharti will be ruined by hearing but their lovable guided dravo later the region andrew who booed advantage of bad but have only in the mind asia of noel gallagher batting time been out of here but the idea but as they beat him.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Sleep all day and get up to either i take care of my dog m v article seventeen hours a day that a major sleep that and then i've gone through a series of unbelievable meeting with uh different people that had been conducted my mom into my life in the path led me have working with carla brown david lynch foundation and oprah winfrey holman i ate there for earlier amazing what an amazing story cash it what it what it was incredible how everything can be ganda and follow the network that he cried foul trying or even seeking robot arm qualify light what's happening a carnival and i kept walking into might ask valery for people listening that have had those moments of despair this meditation cost you from the place that was so deep in such a deficit in a whole how can people find out more and how to learn to him on the best way that oregon if there are made website for transcendental meditation was an attack on check out what buy online from they are they fired near you and your book and website please do give it because we have to run to two a breaker head and give it the the website out police by look lightness sacchi with available on amazon and my website is just money that he's at least at salary snack valery this was too short inchoo fabulous them we'll have you back again because such a great story inspirational stories he'll inspiring us all this morning today on biz talk radio i'm frankie boyer we'll be back in just a moment.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It's at the register blockbuster once operated nine thousand two stores nationwide bringing in 6 billion an annual revenue at its peak in 1989 anomalous a new 'blockbuster was opening every seventeen hours without i'd like to remind you met flicks doesn't even have any stores that's true but the image of the blue and yellow ticket stub logo now merely evokes nostalgia and memories of a time before netflixing before online streaming and before some laptops eliminated dvd players all together after a long decline the video rental business declared bankruptcy and its new parent company dish network began closing all of the remaining retail locations in 2013 so yeah was about four years ago when that happened and you know i know blockbuster did get into the net flicks co competition business for a while and if you remember that they run blundell videos they they and i thought you know this was a smart move on their part to try to kind of the movies and just pick one off the shelf but again you know it's hard to pay the rent when you've got netflixing eating your lunch with no overhead cost whatsoever pace where they get warehouses that send out dvds and that's it they don't have any storefronts anyway so blockbuster was dead netflixing at one or so americans thought well it.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It's at the register blockbuster once operated nine thousand two stores nationwide bringing in 6 billion an annual revenue at its peak in 1989 anomalous a new 'blockbuster was opening every seventeen hours without i'd like to remind you met flicks doesn't even have any stores that's true but the image of the blue and yellow ticket stub logo now merely evokes nostalgia and memories of a time before netflixing before online streaming and before some laptops eliminated dvd players all together after a long decline the video rental business declared bankruptcy and its new parent company dish network began closing all of the remaining retail locations in 2013 so yeah was about four years ago when that happened and you know i know blockbuster did get into the net flicks co competition business for a while and if you remember that they run blundell videos they they and i thought you know this was a smart move on their part to try to kind of the movies and just pick one off the shelf but again you know it's hard to pay the rent when you've got netflixing eating your lunch with no overhead cost whatsoever pace where they get warehouses that send out dvds and that's it they don't have any storefronts anyway so blockbuster was dead netflixing at one or so americans thought.
"seventeen hours" Discussed on KKAT
"Three two seven five five nine more severe weather for the midwest here's meteorologist chad myers twelve tornadoes yesterday over two hundred independent reports of the wind damage across the country the severe weather today centered on chicago if you're flying through there today get ready force of airport delays because they will be there around two or three o'clock along with the fun under stores the jury and bill cosby sexual assault trial is back at work for a third day norristown pennsylvania the panel deliberated for seventeen hours yesterday and it is known how close it might be to a jurors of ask four times to review testimony from both the comedian and his accuser and have sought clarifications on a cia judge jurors were chosen in pittsburgh than bust who suburban philadelphia with there being sequestered until the trial ends on wall street the dow is up six points to twenty one thousand three thirty four the nasdaq is up three six thousand to 23 the sp is down one jemison yo the finding great candidates to hire can be well like trying to find a needle in a stack short you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try ziprecruiter ziprecruiter is different it doesn't depend on candidates finding you it fine ends them with its powerful technology ziprecruiter distribute your job everywhere it needs to be to find the right candidates effect over eighty percent of jobs on ziprecruiter.