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Creativity from Unexpected Places Week

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02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Creativity from Unexpected Places Week

"About those episodes. Will then talk a little bit about what's new on the ear buds blog as well as some sponsor information. First up. Are, ear buds podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme comes to us from Hannah Kiefer and is called creativity from unexpected places. Here's why Hannah chose this theme she writes. Hi My name is Hannah. Kiefer and the theme I chose is creativity from unexpected places. I chose this theme because when I'm credibly stuck sometimes, the best method for me is to choose which seems like a terrible idea and try to create something out of it and with national novel writing month just around the corner maybe somebody else will find some inspiration from listening to these out side the box ideas. Here are the episodes chosen by Hannah for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode of the week comes to us from somebody right this is called an unbreakable Radio Cypher and John Wilkes booth diary in Liverpool. It's twenty five minutes long. Here's the description. A murder in the aftermath of the civil war draws together a long serving five officer and a gentleman rat if you're confused by that tuned into the episode to learn more. The next episode comes to us from everything is alive and is called Lewis can of Cola. It's four minutes long. Here's the description. Lewis is a can of Generic Cola. Is Been on the shelf along while so he's had some time to think. The next episode comes to us from Supernatural Sexuality and is called not your fantasy. It's seventeen minutes long. Here's the description. Dr, seabrook receives a prank call that's more than it seems. Discusses Changing for your partners and talks to a death minitour. Thanks to the relay service. The next episode comes to us from Good Christian Fun and is called Second Service preview thirty minutes to heaven. It's fifty four minutes long. This is an in-between season's episodes. So tune in for some of the favorite moments from previous seasons by the F. Crew. The next episode and last episode of the week comes to us from never seen it and is called Shane Torres has never seen frozen. It's forty nine minutes long. Here's the description.

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The Adult Toys From Dodge

Talking Mopars

06:03 min | Last month

The Adult Toys From Dodge

"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but

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Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

"Oh three steps can be taken right now to combat systemic racism within the nation's police department that's what U. S. senator Patty Murray as saying couples going take Murray made a seventeen minute speech to promote a bill written by her democratic Senate colleagues Kamilla Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey their legislation would among other things reform qualified immunity qualified immunity protects police officers from liability when they commit harm while performing their duties Murray says the bill also would limit when an officer can use deadly force and required deadly force to be used only as a last resort Murray says these changes are not only necessary but long overdue and there's absolutely no reason this body should be able to take up the straightforward vital steps and pass them immediately resistance to these steps those seems inevitable the Seattle police officers guild for example opposed to twenty eighteen ballot measure to require police de escalation training to avoid deadly

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SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch

"Launch take to NASA and SpaceX hope mother nature will allow for a rocket to carry two astronauts into space this will be the first privately owned and operated human spacecraft to launch from the U. S. the weather is still iffy Air Force meteorologists predicting a fifty percent chance of acceptable weather at launch time after all it's Doug Hurley Hurley and and Bob Bob bacon bacon have have had had breakfast breakfast they'll they'll suit suit up up and and head head out out to to the the launch launch pad pad just just after after noon noon eastern eastern time time there there are are several several go go no no go go points points were were NASA NASA and and SpaceX SpaceX can can scrub scrub Wednesday they called it off just under seventeen minutes before launch

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NASA's SpaceX launch scrubbed due to weather, next chance on Saturday

Mac and Gaydos

00:12 sec | 5 months ago

NASA's SpaceX launch scrubbed due to weather, next chance on Saturday

"The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history making flight into orbit called off today with less than seventeen minutes to go in the countdown because of the danger of lightning at liftoff has been reset for

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Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

"With less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down the historic launch of a manned space X. rocket ship has been called off at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida the falcon nine rocket and the dragon capsule ready president trump vice president Mike pence and members of the first family arrive to watch the liftoff but stormy skies postponed the launch of the SpaceX rocket ship we are not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long script NASA astronauts Robert bank in Douglas Hurley were set to travel to the international space station on a system built by it on musk's firm SpaceX the flight would have marked the first time a private company sent humans into orbit and the first time in nine years the United States launched astronauts from U. S. soil the next potential launch windows are on Saturday and Sunday I'm Jennifer king

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Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

"With less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down the historic launch of a manned space X. rocket ship has been called off at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida the falcon nine rocket and the dragon capsule ready president trump vice president Mike pence and members of the first family arrive to watch the liftoff but stormy skies postponed the launch of the SpaceX rocket ship we are not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long script NASA astronauts Robert bank in Douglas Hurley were set to travel to the international space station on a system built by it on musk's firm SpaceX the flight would have marked the first time a private company sent humans into orbit and the first time in nine years the United States launched astronauts from U. S. soil the next potential launch windows are on Saturday and Sunday I'm Jennifer king

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Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

"With less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down the historic launch of a manned space X. rocket ship has been called off at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida the falcon nine rocket and the dragon capsule ready president trump vice president Mike pence and members of the first family arrive to watch the liftoff but stormy skies postponed the launch of the SpaceX rocket ship we are not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long script NASA astronauts Robert bank in Douglas Hurley were set to travel to the international space station on a system built by it on musk's firm SpaceX the flight would have marked the first time a private company sent humans into orbit and the first time in nine years the United States launched astronauts from U. S. soil the next potential launch windows are on Saturday and Sunday I'm Jennifer king

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'Fleabag' play to be streamed online for COVID-19 relief effort

The Guilty Feminist

02:39 min | 6 months ago

'Fleabag' play to be streamed online for COVID-19 relief effort

"I would love to rally the guilty feminists troops. Who if they cross over into fleabag fans might find a few that Dogra something in this for them flip on the TV show was originally a play? It was a woman show. It lost seventeen minutes. And it's just me being fleabag on a stool that two thousand thirteen stepper knows about because she was responsible for me watching the first ten minutes. I'm always very clear. Say when I'm asked in the press about it that I am one hundred percent you've written it any way you might find something slightly different but that was bursting to come out and I'm sure it would have come out but I'm also obviously delighted and thrilled to that. Came out of that that moment. And you know that there's always magic and midwifery in the theater is always always. There is magic midwifery. I love that. The longest show is the national fate. Live recording of fleabag. The West end production of it is now up and can be watched on Soho Theatre. Domon website or Amazon prime for a minimum donation of four pounds and everything we make be split between various charities the national emergency trust and just together charities and acting for others and finally there will be fleabag support fund for people in our industry who basically are struggling and need grants to help them get through this time seventy percent goes to the national emergency trust. Nhs together charities in thirty percent goes towards community through this other charities which is very important to us goes back started in the first place so if you liked a fleabag the television show. It's wonderful to see the evolution and also you don't just play back you transform yourself into the other characters and it's so beautiful so if everybody who listen to the guilty feminist who could afford four pounds more downloaded that today that would provide so many pieces of protective clothing. Four and it just off it will save lives. And if you can't afford to that's Okay. It's possible you've lost your job. You're one of the very people who works in a sector that needs this kind of grant you can help by just amplifying give it a follow. Give it a re tweet. Tell a friend tell somebody you know who loved fleabag. Hey did you know that you could do this and I really appreciate you doing that? Because that's a a valuable piece of intellectual property and a beautiful production and the fact that you're now putting it out there and making accessible also through the crisis when people are at home desperate fulfilling like there at the theatre again to be able to have that theatrical experience which is different than televised

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Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

Feedback with EarBuds

02:45 min | 9 months ago

Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds

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NikkieTutorials: Beauty YouTuber reveals she is transgender

The World

02:19 min | 10 months ago

NikkieTutorials: Beauty YouTuber reveals she is transgender

"Channel Nikki tutoriales has nearly thirteen million subscribers that's more than the number of Twitter followers Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have combined now the beauty guru is making headlines for a new reason it is time to let go and be truly free when I was younger I was born in the wrong body which means that I am transgender Deoghar came out as a transgender woman in a seventeen minute video yesterday the video is trending at number one on YouTube in the US it's also trending in the UAE and Saudi Arabia where LGBT Q. lives are criminalized over eighteen million people worldwide have watched so far younger says she decided to come out because someone was trying to blackmail her I've always wanted to share this side of my story with you but under my own circumstances and it looks like that chance has been taken away from me so today I am taking back my own power the younger is twenty five years old she told viewers that by age eight she wore only female clothing she started taking hormones at age fourteen and was fully transitioned by age nineteen other YouTubers in the beauty entrance communities are expressing their support Nikita Toros coming out as a transgender what men want yeah what you did today means the world to so many people you're changing lives it's just so so important for people to hear that it's not defining to who you are as a person Dutch politicians are also paying attention Ingrid von uncle so then the Dutch minister of education and culture and science said you are really free if you can be who you are role models are of great importance for emancipation Nikki tutoriales is of such a role model to younger took to Instagram today with words of gratitude the incredible amount of love and support and warmth means so much to me thank you and to those who can relate to her journey to younger says if you'll feel like you're trapped and there's No Way Out no and it gets better it gets better for the world I'm be

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Online spending on track to hit a new record this holiday season

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:08 min | 11 months ago

Online spending on track to hit a new record this holiday season

"Cyber Monday shopping is expected to break a sales record is millions of us shell out billions of dollars for holiday gifts and maybe for ourselves do but that's only part of the story maybe he's remember a spoke with come most bill o'neil Brian first the numbers is there a sense of just how much cash will be spending today on cyber Monday alone nearly nine and a half billion dollars and that's for cast I wanted everyone to keep in mind that every forecast that it's come out for this holiday spending season we well exceeded that so we could be talking ten billion dollars when the dust settles and all is said and done that's up eighteen point nine percent from last year on cyber Monday alone now just flashing back on thanksgiving we spent four point two billion dollars up fourteen percent so clearly some of us were shopping while we're waiting for the Turkey to finish up more during the halftime the football games on Black Friday eight seven point six billion dollars the largest ever black small Black Friday sale that was up nineteen percent more than half of those sales on Black Friday were actually done online so that's what sets up this cyber Monday to be one of the largest days of shopping that we have ever seen of course this is Monday in most of us are at work on a Monday that means a whole lot of wasted time on the clock doesn't it twenty eighteen the numbers show about seventeen minutes of our day was wasted on shopping online while on the job that number probably will go up but what's interesting about you when people are actually doing that by you may be looking or perusing online today but chances are you're going to be buying at night time by ten o'clock eastern time is when things really get hot and heavy and then that'll go till two in the morning that's when the the biggest spending tends to happen is people get home from work maybe get a little dinner put the kids to sleep and then that's when they do they're they're big cyber Monday shopping so we'll stop we see a big boost later today and you know Ryan where there's a lot of cash there a lot of scammers too yeah he got this kind of money flowing around the internet people are going to try to take advantage of that and what's the better business bureau has told me is you're going to see the links up on websites whether be your social media whether it be websites that you frequent and these links will do research they'll know what it is you've been searching for the scammers know this kind of stuff they'll put a price out there that may be on believable you click on it you say Hey I don't care where I get it from as long as I get this laptop for a dealer this TV for a dealer the shoes for a deal I'm gonna do it lo and behold you enter in your all your contact information your credit card number and after you do that the website is gone you may never get a receipt it could be a fraudulent website in that it doesn't exist it could be a website were the product you receive isn't exactly what she wanted so better business bureaus warn you of if you're ever on one of these websites are you're ever shopping and you don't know what this retailer is or how you got there I try to enter it on the back and try to do a search of it do a little research before you start throwing credit card numbers

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Lewandowski Lights Up Der Klassiker

ESPN FC

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Lewandowski Lights Up Der Klassiker

"Start though in the Bundesliga classic lying taking on Borussia Dortmund Ruben. Dos Gift goalscoring for fun of Les Rois on the the bench for this one. The business seventeen minutes saying dose gave cooler born chat. WanNa know who was on. This is just routine. There's another initiative cross gets cutoff. You just continues is run by head back in space very good header yet again. So don't mean look into reorganize get things sorted as we kick off the second half. What sixty seconds in the back of the net just by Munich counterattacking talking with peace? Or nearly she doing that to opponent. This time the mets fourteen minutes ago in the game DOS game. We'll make it three now. Looks routine but this I touch was something special. It's high awkward. Takes on the inside of the Thi- perfectly in stride then finish nine nine to rub salt into the doorman wounds Hummel's with a own goal to make it four now stretching. I mean this kind of tells the story the Doorman Lindsey evening. It's that kind of day for Braschi Dogma. By Munich for Borussia Dortmund nail is how finishes such a strange sport because you look at buying and the way they play today and you think one fading having any sort of problems because they absolutely brilliant and new manage bonds for coming in well not coming. He's been this but all of a sudden he's been hiding under the reince whether some temporary or permanent or to the season we we. You figure that out in in time but share reaction from the team here. He makes a couple of changes to the starting lineup. I think as a team you see by you looking back to their best individually the they look happy it seems as far more more more cohesive being said Dortmund plead. They're part goodbye mimic looked. But if you're by Munich especially given the week that you had not you've got a couple of weeks tax international. Judy Acer greet we to go into the outbreak. On the back of what is normally the biggest game in your in your calendar every single Bundesliga game this season. Recent recent Champions League match as well is absolutely ridiculous for some time. We've been seeing that the best number nine and we'll football right and again and I always have to add the caveat that we don't consider them as your number nights but he has been the without question the best and still you see him continue to do that and you think from me with love and dump scheme has has instincts are better than anybody else's his finishing is better than anybody else's and he's doing it with a consistency not I'm just this season. You mentioned his record this season. But we've seen that for quite some time whereas ordinarily even with the best trackers the so reliant on on on service that they have ups and downs that they have purple patches on this little yet. Somehow Eleven doff ski and you show it today and we. He took those two goals. Not Great Boys in finds himself in space yes but he still had a lot to do in creasing bridge himself yourself and then he makes you finish look show easier the end of it. I mean it really is something temperature to with to behold is interesting. You mentioned in a couple of changes the surprise inclusion Danes Brain in this game. He did ungodly start exactly as cleanup against Jin Sancho who had to come off in the first off. No Riyadh Raff Hunt. Eckstein who who was at the game said Sancho came of a hamstring been struggling or the game long now just from from my perspective looking at it on the television screen. I just thought that all that someone with a hamstring injury jogging off the park doc and then as a cameras followed him on the sidelines. There was nobody there weakening with a bag of ice it it just those two things didn't didn't connect for me that being said I'm Dave Gibney start in a difficult game on was simply sensational by and got the start that they wanted. They got the goals. Ah Give them a little bit of a of a gap team to play with a certain freedom but then again that comes with a manager a new manager bosses and mentioned but having Africa clear pound. And knowing what you want to do and everybody buying into that which I feel Karachi had lost I think through his own feelings and not through non necessarily through to that team. I just folk lost the respect of digestion. I lost out sometime time last season and it was spinning in what you show inconsistent performances Boyd only by eleven scoring telling the one of the biggest matches of the season and Philip Casinos on the bench. Yeah that's a very big call to make. That is a very big call to me continue. Who came in and plead with a freedom when when he first arrived on you thought he was a piece that was missing and that opportunity? I took club like by Munich for him to play in behind the striker in the whole with the freedom and everybody kind of looking for him with the ball was the opportunity he wanted. But if it doesn't fit into the plans then you have to make those big plays respect that as much as players wanted to see the big names of Rome them the respect a manager who has a plan and asserts himself is the main influence of that plan. I I can't you saw that. Meanwhile dolman seen this before we got into the classic Chance really to assert yourself and you get beaten off the pop. Yeah I'm beating Battle of the park and and for for dormant as much as they're still in still early enough in the season that it can be rescued a lot tonight. No you saw so nothing today at and maybe a little bit of a hangover offering them a very cheap. Excuse here after coming back from two down against Inter Milan in the Champions League. But but then if you're a skeptic or you're a cynic you say well you shouldn't be too don't intervene. Yeah in the first place but it quite clearly shows that don't have their issues and when you come up against a team like by Munich who don't let you back in. Then you have the. You have a lot of problems

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Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate

Trivia With Budds

08:10 min | 1 year ago

Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate

"Today's episode is about Prostate Cancer Awareness to kind of commemorate prostate it prostate cancer awareness month which is September my friend. Alana Austrian wrote to me about a month ago. She said Hey can you do something for September just to kind of talk about this. I work at Zero Cancer. Dot Org and we focus on educating people about the disease so she sent me some facts so I'm going to read this paragraph. It's most commonly diagnosed cancer among young American men and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men every seventeen minutes an American male dies from prostate cancer. That's a little more than eighty six deaths per day and thirty one thousand six hundred twenty this year alone that's enough to fill an entire baseball stadium worth of guys so get informed and play along with ten questions on prostate cancer in popular media written by Alana and her group and check out zero cancer dot org. If you want more info on this 'cause enjoy today's episode enjoy the Trivia and check out that website. We're going to jump into those ten questions right now. Here we go. It's all right here. Are Your ten questions. On prostate cancer related mentions in pop culture has written by Alana Ostrich and she said many of your favorite actors and authors have portrayed or written about characters that have struggled with prostate cancer in popular media on September being prostate cancer awareness month quiz your knowledge in today's episode and learn about the real life risks of prostate cancer and zero cancer dot org or by searching Hashtag and prostate cancer sir on social media. Here's the first question number one in Nineteen ninety-four movie did Robert Duvall Star is a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate tanzer number one. What was that Nineteen ninety-four movie with Robert Duvall as a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer number one question number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist list number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have a recurring guest role as urologist number two question number three in what Golden Globe winning net flicks series does Danny Devito play according to the AARP AARP A chipper urologist number three in what Golden Globe winning Netflix original series Danny Devito play according to the Aarp a chipper shipper urologist number three number four what Hbo Comedy Series did Ted Danson's character. d'Or of George have prostate cancer number four in what HBO Comedy Series Did Ted Danson's character of George have prostate cancer number four question number five what beloved character story line on NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer that much to the relief fans he survived. What was that character's storyline number five. Who was the character rather question number six. What iconic comedian starred in a one man stage play titled a man in his prostate number six iconic comedic actor starred in a one man stage play titled a man and his prostate number six question number seven? Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth Number Seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what Book Bad Roth number seven question number eight what nineteen seventy five western by Glendon swore without which the following year turned to a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist j books as an editorial gunman who also learns he has prostate cancer number eight what nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon swath out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Agnes J books as a notorious gunman learns he has prostate cancer number eight and question number nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features ends with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. I think the word ends should be scenes now that I'm reading it number for nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. He's in number hand the last question of the quiz in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer number ten in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer serve number ten those your questions for today's quiz. Some are easy summer tougher. Let's see how many you got right out of ten in just the second all right here. The answers to the quiz on prostate cancer related questions number one in one thousand nine hundred four movie did Robert Duvall Stars and newspaper newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer that was called the paper. I remember that movie. I've never seen it number. One the paper question number two and what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousand did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist. This is one of the only ones I definitely would have got in. Its scrubs if I'm not mistaken. Jd has a baby with her but maybe it's somebody else but I think it's her number two number three and Golden Globe winning Netflix original series does Danny de Vito play according to the AARP a chipper shipper urologist that is the Kaminsky method saw trailer for that but I don't know much about it the Kaminsky method number four and what Hbo Comedy Series Did Ted Dancing Scherzer of George have prostate cancer. I only know one. 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NYPD BLUE NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer cancer that he survived detective later Sergeant Andy Sipowicz played by Dennis Franz number six what I kind of comedian starred in a one man stage play called a man in his his prostate that was the lead voice of Carl Frederick Sin from up Ed Asner at Asner number seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Wrath works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth it's called Exit Ghost Exit Ghost number eight one thousand nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon unsworth out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Jabe books as notorious gunman who learns about his diagnosis of prostate cancer cancer. That's called the shooter. I I've heard of it. The shoot EST number nine. 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Ben Simmons, Jared Dudley And Joel Embiid discussed on Golic & Wingo

Golic & Wingo

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Ben Simmons, Jared Dudley And Joel Embiid discussed on Golic & Wingo

"Twenty. Let's talk about what happened last night. And Ben Simmons heard everything even though he said he didn't Jared Dudley. Call them out said he was averaging half court set. So Ben Simmons goes for thirty one points and goes eleven of thirteen I believe from the floor mostly that in a half court set as the Sixers without Joel Embiid. Take care of the nets in Brooklyn. Yes. Knee-injury knee soreness in that needed it in bothering him for a lot of the latter portion of the season kept Joel Embiid off the course court last night. And a lot of people wondered if Bogan and Greg Monroe would be able to their it turns out that when Ben Simmons goes nine eleven in the half court Tobias Harris goes six of six from beyond the arkan- JJ Redick. Twenty six points. You really don't much more than that. No. I mean, listen they space without 'em in the middle of that. Ben Simmons could run as Gina was with us earlier saying kind of the point center position in the pink. That's where he scores, and as we've talked about when that guy if and when that guy can get a jumper, a mid range shot Cy jumper of just what he can be. Because he absolutely tore them up on the inside as he does we mentioned eleven to thirteen nine of eleven in those half court set. So what he's able to do. But to your point is well, Mike, you can't expect vice hairs to go six for six from three point land. And Embiid with that shaky ne- not so much in this round. But going forward of where they wanted to go and what they can do. And I guess the other part of this is Ben Simmons who denies that. He heard anything in this race. It makes it very clear that they hear everything on most of these -cations. He did come out with different edge. It was noticeable the energy this guy came onto the court with and that translated on the defensive end where he can be a nightmare because of his size and length and it translated clearly in the half court offense area. He was criticized. So as is the parlance of our time dude got to keep that same energy because Brown. I'm sure is looking at all these guys saying this is what we can be. This is the team that everyone identified before the year started as one that could represent the east in the finals, and when they play like that it's possible. And when they play like we've seen early in the series where it's inconsistent at times, a lack of attention to detail day can also fall in the first round. Absolutely. So Simmons went off. Again, Jared Dudley said he was average in half court sets. There was a missing poster mocking Simmons jump shot on a street sign outside the Barclay center, offering twenty six million dollar award, obviously that was his rookie contract. So clearly, Ben from an Australian reporter mind, you Ben was born in Australia was asked. About all of this leading into the game. Been coming into a building. What Jared said everything that went on this way? But it was a very loud booting, very hostile environment. What's to come into someone these walk away with the victory? Try not to pay too much attention to what's going on social media. And what people say just because people say what they wanna say. And I can't let that affect me on the floor. So I decided to my job step on the floor run the point guard position as best I castle. So then do you think Jared Dudley? So thanks average corporate Donana where he'll be nice one time because all players who say, they don't listen don't here. They all do go back to the days of playing and taking the exact same thing. It'd be great to hear. So. Yeah, I heard what he said. And I I want if he's still thinks that now the great to hear him say something like that. Because like, yeah. Don't have problem with at his stat line from deadly two point for two for two with two turnovers on the night. Yeah. In seventeen minutes of action airball point gotta say gotta respect Jared Dudley for making the statement after a game to where he was deemed p coach's decision. He did not log a minute in game two. So to come out and still have that criticism of Ben Simmons indicates level confidence. And also a guy that quite frankly worked for us for a little while who probably has some desire to be in the media, very got body for it, which is impressive. I don't mean that from a slight. I am sorry. Who is team dad Bod right now? So to see dad bought out there still bone in some respect is impressive. Absolutely. So that's what happened between the

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And weather together on the eighth. Here's John centrists. Jim outbound traffic from the city is starting to heat up. There are still some problems as well. Inbound. Edens is one of them nineteen minutes either way between lake cook and the Kennedy junction on the inbound Kennedy. It's slow before Cumberland Harlem, then Fullerton to the burn interchange. Thirty six minutes so here to downtown Twenty-three from the junction outbound is heavy from downtown to north avenue. A crash in Ohio. Oh, currently blocking the two right lanes. Then it gets slow from Irving park to Harlem, eighteen minutes downtown to mantras thirty five minutes back to O'Hare on the inbound Eisenhower, it's slow from Mannheim. Austin then reports of a crash Costner and heavy from Dame into the burn interchange. Forty-three minutes now from three ninety two downtown thirty man, I'm outbound slow from Cicero the first avenue twenty-five minutes back demand. I'm thirty eight back to three ninety Stevenson on the inbound side heavy from first avenue to Cicero, forty minutes from three fifty five to lakeshore drive on the outbound side, it's slow from western Polaski, then in spots from first avenue to the tri-state thirty eight minutes now back to three fifty five. Fifty five is clear in both directions. The Ryan inbound slow thirty minutes from ninety to downtown on the outbound side eighteen minutes back to ninety fifth. I fifty seven looking good low slow on the outbound Bishop Ford to cottage grove seventeen minutes from the Rhine eighty ninety four on lake shore drive. We had a car fire earlier right around navy pier. It's still slow from residue traffic from Soldier Field to the Chicago stoplight southbound is heavy on LSD right around the. St. curve through grant park the Eleanor. Tollways are looking good for the most part three fifty five on the southbound side. We have a stall at eighty third blocking the left lane and no delays to report in.

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New Zealand mosque shooter apparently livestreamed attack

Armstrong and Getty

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

New Zealand mosque shooter apparently livestreamed attack

"Special report mosque massacre in New Zealand the attack on two mosques in New Zealand that killed forty nine people and injured another forty eight have left Facebook YouTube and Twitter with a problem. Here struggling now to scrub horrific footage showing the killing at one of the mosques in Christ Church targeted by an anti immigrant. White supremacist. Correspondent Anna Coren tells us the twenty eight year old Australian livestream the shooting. This gunman. He was wearing a helmet camera. And as we say this was was live streamed. I watched the full seventeen minutes of him arriving at the most taking out. He's he's weaponry. These semiautomatic weapons walking inside this mosque mowing down dozens and dozens of people the gunman is in custody facing murder charges. He left behind a manifesto saying, he's a proud racist who wants revenge against Muslims. And he wanted to create fear mosques around the world have been tightening security overnight and this

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Mandy Moore, Bryan Adams And New York Times discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Mandy Moore, Bryan Adams And New York Times discussed on Lori and Julia

"Big name in the world of entertainment is being accused of sexual misconduct. And this is coming to us, courtesy of the New York Times expose published this afternoon, and this is about musician Bryan Adams now he's been around the scene for quite some time. And some of you may be familiar with Ryan Adams as the ex husband of Manny more. They were married. Seven years divorced in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. So Ryan Adams is being accused of abuse. No this ranging from emotional manipulation to sexual misconduct by several women this in New York Times and this based on interviews with multiple people, including Phoebe, burgers, and Mandy Moore. She's talking in this article, he is as she is a singer songwriter, Courtney j and other women all gave a count of their experiences with Ryan Adams. There's also an interview with a woman named Eva. Who claims that she was fourteen when she began talking to atoms they built an on line relationship that eventually led to sexual conversations. And at least one instance where Adams exposed himself over Skype now, according to this report, Adam categorically denies these quote, extremely serious and outland is excuse me accusations in the times is reporting. He's gone on Twitter afternoon. Are why? Yeah, why did he do that? Yeah. So this is what Ryan Adams has to say on Twitter this afternoon. This was published just about seventeen minutes ago. I guess so I'm not a perfect, man. And I've made many mistakes to anyone I have ever heard, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply an unreservedly. But the picture that this article paints is upsetting Lee. Inaccurate. Some of the details are missing misrepresented summer exaggerated summer outright, false. I would never have inappropriate interactions with someone I thought was underage period. So and he goes on. Well, the Ava said that she was all different ages. Yeah. So it started they made initial contact when she was fourteen this, according to the New York Times now Asia's about twenty years old now, and according to text reviewed by the New York Times, Eva atoms excuse me question. Eva about her age repeatedly when corresponding with her online, and she did not always answer, honestly, and their sexual conversations continued, and there is back and forth. He was asking for photographs of her asking pet names, but Zoe it goes into graphic details about this. So. This seems you know, hey, like a lot of these stories he kind of has a pattern of how he behaves, and here's what I find interesting. Holly is that I'm Mandy Moore who we who he was married to. I mean, this guy is sixteen albums seven Grammys Mandy Moore says is one of the women's talking out about how she stifled him her create creatively. Yeah. So I mean, this is what she's saying in this New York Times article. Julia Manny more saying that during the time she was married Ryan Adams almost six years that Adams, discouraged her from working with other music producers are managers and acted in ways that she now considers psychologically abusive. Here's a quote from the article, she says, he would always tell me you're not a real musician because you don't play an instrument. She goes on to say, quote, his controlling behavior essentially did block my ability to make new connections in the industry during a very pivotal and potentially lucrative time. Mine tire mid to late twenties. Now Adams lawyers deny. Dying that Adams ever, stop Mandy Moore from working with other producers and was supportive of her well-deserved professional respect. Now too many Moore's point I believe, I think that's true because he did have some music out. And then it all stopped. Yeah. Exactly. And she kind of went off the radar in her. It's kind of like her character in this is us. I mean, I'm dead serious because he had to quit her music career for Jack and the triplets. Yeah. This is kind of so that role of Rebecca on this is us for Mandy Moore might be more emotionally resonant for Mandy Moore. She might have a little more method to this. If you're going by the New York Times article this afternoon, which that is just really all of this is just unsettling, and it's sad. And the whole thing can be read over at the New York Times. Yeah. Another one bites the dust. Yeah. Marriage of music in control interesting. Okay. She met him when she was twenty three. Yeah. They got married really quickly. I remember they had a small intimate ceremony somewhere. Maybe like. Chat or something. Seventeen cats. Well, she's married to dies. I mean, the guy. Yeah. And she seems extremely happy. But how horrible? Yeah. You know, what I'm sure it's one of those things that many more reflects back on her time with Ryan Adams, and what it seems like in the New York Times article is that at the time, maybe you brushed off some of the things that this person said or you didn't quite understand what was happening but reflecting back as time passes. And as you gain, a new perspective, you're like, yeah. That really was emotionally manipulative and abusive. Ooh. All right. Well,

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CES brings new platforms for podcasts

podnews

02:50 min | 1 year ago

CES brings new platforms for podcasts

"ES is going on in Las Vegas at the moment. And there's been lots of announcements of new platforms for podcasts like Samsung TV's, they will soon have issues apple airplay to on them. Now, apple airplay to allows you to beam your favorite podcast from your iphone your TV much, like Google Chrome cast works or iheart radio that will now be integrated into all kinds of things including Roku, Google's Android, TV and Android auto along with Bixby Samsung's voice, powered digital assistant and something called the hunter dream drive platform. I heart radio is only available in a few countries, including the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand speaker has partnered with arable their company that provides manufacturers with a way to add internet media to their products, a press release says this will allow businesses to expand beyond music and easily connects to speakers extensive catalog of podcasts and. Adds a collection of speakers recommended shows will be available in dedicated content channels via the API case, you are wondering how you become a speaker recommended show when it's something to do with new shows mode of the last two months. The most downloaded shows the last two months and the best episode performances of the last two or three episodes as more details in the show notes, and in our newsletter own another thing from CAS, Amazon Hayes moving into the car tech crunch reports that Alexa will be part of telling now for connected car services provider and asked echo auto in September. And they also announced CAS some form of chip with Qualcomm. Elsewhere in Dubai ama-, creative has been formally launched its focused on brand partnerships for dedicated shows and better at creatives, and as part of a FM Dubai's first independent podcast network. Just in from transistor podcast host has written his two thousand nineteen. Qasr predictions. He's he's growth. Spotify doesn't see smart speakers as being very helpful for podcasting and wonders whether this is the apple will start monetize ING podcasts. Hot pods. Nick, choir has also written his trends to watch for podcasting in two thousand nineteen to seventeen minute read. And there's a number of themes in their Westwood One. A US broadcaster has released data showing that audio ads and visuals are beneficial to advertise it's not something that podcast stew very much part from chapter images possibly in some apps and entail. A interactive podcast platform with an emphasis on visuals. The Australian podcast awards will open their popular vote category. Tomorrow watch their Twitter Facebook pages, and how to find a great podcast by Alberta podcast networks. Karen unleavened includes a set of tips of where and how to discover new things to listen to.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Singapore, seventeen minutes past the hour. We check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Although I'm not sure how much you want to hear today on these down day. Japan's Nikkei index off by three point seven percent nineteen thousand two hundred seventy four points, as it resumes trade after quite a number of days all fooling the most since December twenty five when the Nikkei fell by five percent of not we have that two point eight percent drop coming through on Wall Street week economic daughter really adding to anxiety about global growth. And of course, we had apple sales outlook as sinking US Stokes treasury and the yen fairly steady after gains yesterday. There was that flash crash in currencies particularly the Ozzie and Turkish lira against the yen which saw the yen gain as much as eight percent against the dollar. Japan's ten year bond yield has dropped to its lowest level since November twenty six two thousand sixteen I should say government bonds gaining tug advertisements from these new year holidays the ten year yield dropping three point five. Basis points to negative point zero four five percent in the Bank of Japan has left its bond purchase amounts unchanged at its regular operation today. Getting the reference rate from the six spot. Eight five eight six for the Yuan against the US stolen and the Korean won has had a bad week heading for its biggest weekly lost since October yesterday. It was the worst performing Asian currency. Amongst all that fluctuation that we saw in currencies as we sat to save as global growth consent, really weigh in on foreign investment, a lot of our foreign investors. Pulling money ash of the kospi yesterday as well. Having a quick look at commodities. Gold is higher safe-haven buying that twelve hundred ninety eight dollars. Brent crude is weaker by eight tenths of one percent at fifty five dollars forty seven. That's a quick check of markets. Let's get it over to Ed Baxter now for global news in.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Singapore at seventeen minutes past the hour. We check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia. A flight gain coming through on the Asia Pacific index after that one point seven percent rise yesterday. We didn't have a positive coming through from Wall Street, but we are only modest gains for most of its major market. The Nikkei the leading the gains up six tenths of one percent at twenty one thousand seven hundred twenty seven points. We do have a little bit more continued weakness coming through in the Japanese yen today. The yen at one hundred fifteen three nine down about a tenth of one percent against the dollar in terms of currencies. The one looking like it. We'll have another strong session the reference right set at six eight seven six nine per US dollars that is stronger than estimates of six point eight seven seven seven seven. The rate was up a point four one percent from against the US dollar from the previous trading day. That's according to on their website. Also, what's China's developers when they start trading soon on the back of this night from CIC say they reckon that China's real estate development growth is expected to fall by five to ten percent in two thousand nineteen after high hive an expected expansion in the past two years CIC saying the property market may have reached the end of its bull run. Don't you Bank remaining tactically and strategically bearish on the US rates market. They've revised yield forecasts changes stemming from less aggressive path of fed funds and the media in point of inflection in the premium bag. They now see a media Paik in US ten year yields at three point four percent.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The Lord is ninety one percent fresh on rotten tomatoes gets intense and horrific. Entertaining ride from producer Jj Abrams over northern Peterson. I max Friday directed by Julius Avery are seventeen minute without parent west that I think that we need to start asking ourselves is is there a place for a third party. Now, my show we call ourselves the middle, right? We are the disgruntled majority the exhausted majority the middle we're independent in in in a lot of things. And I think that there's a space here for all the talk about turn out all of these things you to realize tonight that a good majority of America's still didn't vote that was able to vote fifty plus percent probably didn't vote think about that. For a second. Why some of them, quite frankly, they don't care? The way I always I calculate. Voting is you've got the people that don't care. They don't care at all. They don't. They don't. They don't they don't follow politics. They want to know about politics, and they're not stupid people. There's some stupid people. There's a lot of their better. Just they just don't they don't want to give up. All right. Then you have the low information voter, they're not ignorant. They're not stupid. Despite what a lot of people say what they are. Is there? It's that little piece of pie. Right. That small little the pizza pizza in the world out there. They just have time for a quick bite. But they don't really if they sat down they'll go through it as best they possibly can. And they'll show up on, you know, usually the big knights, but outside of that, they're not paying attention. And then there's no information voter who doesn't understand any of it. And sometimes they want to be involved. But there is a large block of people. In the center a little bit right there little bit left. But. It's not too far from one side or the other. The exhausted majority the middle the people look out there and say, you know, what I don't really identify with the right anymore, and I don't identify with the left and the the the extremes on both that drive me. Crazy. I think there's a massive opportunity here. But it's gonna take something big. And it's going to take somebody that is big in the sense that has the money. To jump on it and make it happen. But I think for the first time there is a legitimate chance for a third party candidate. Who's you know, because if you have the Republicans on the extreme the Democrats on the extreme there's a big wide open space in the middle. Yeah. And you could try it used to be so small. So you couldn't even really see like now, it's not it's massive. You can drive a truck through you can drive a park a plane there. That's how big it is. That's how big that hole is and the opportunities there. And I said here, here's the thing that I don't think people realize do you realize if we had a strong third party in this country? The things that we could get done. We have a monopoly by two parties that don't want to give up power and are willing to do just enough for each other and against each other to maintain the status quo. But you realize that if we had a party that grabbed maybe fifteen or twenty percent. Did they would be forced? Whoever's the ruling party to come to the table and negotiate. That's vitally important. And I don't think people understand that. But to build something up. I think it's not a grass roots thing. I think you've got to start at the top. And it's going to have to be somebody who's got the money. And the name recognition. To really be a player. It can't be. We saw it a little bit where I remember Rossborough. Hey, everybody's me Rashed Miriam, right? Like, he he was interesting. Brings out his charts ready to point here. What do you think of that? Great. What are you doing? Oh my goodness. I tried to pay about mercenaries, go get a bunch of people out of Iran. Look at me, I could change things differently. And he was interested. Right. Put on a real level. What can we do? That to me if I've I'm a democrat or Republican. I'd be more worried about the anger that people have. I'd be more worried about the frustration. That people have I'd be more worried about a lot of those things. Then. The right or the left. Because they're not listening to people as they're not paying attention to people. Something's gonna come out of it. You know, if you look back in time, and you look at the greatest things in history as far as the revolutions that have happened whether us moving away from kerosene or whatever all of these great. It was inventions that were out of nowhere. The changed everything where companies and industries had monopolies on something. What ended up happening is other things cropped up and just popped up out of nowhere. And lo and behold, it wasn't somebody take on that monopoly. I'm just building something new that has nothing to do with your thing. But people are going to use it. And I think all the while they're going to be fighting here. The opportunity for something to pop up out of nowhere is very real. It really is. And I think it doesn't have to be big. It doesn't have to dominate. It just has to do enough to bridge the gap almost be bilingual. I speak Republican I speak democrat. I'll translate will get something done. Think about eight hundred.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But anyway, so to try to get ourselves into that crowd, we did Seattle podcasting, and I subscribe to that NFL network thing where you can watch the like the the replay where they cut out everything that isn't actual game action. Yep, seventeen minutes. Every game was seventeen minutes. Here is here's a, what's it? Three and a half hours seventeen minutes. Put a finer point on this. The average NFL game, at least according to who is according to a site called quartz, which is good, which is actually a great site. An average NFL game has just eleven minutes of play, and it has an average of a hundred commercials. And adverage of a hundred commercials and only eleven minutes of play in an NFL game in this is why. By the way, all sports are right now focused on shortening games that includes the NBA, they're eliminating commercial inventory. They're doing the same thing in the NFL. They're trying to shorten breaks fewer commercials. Here's why. Doc run fewer commercials in charge more for them. That's that's secret figure out ways to to run a commercial during the game like you. You have like the picks, whatever it is picture. I like that. But I think all sports are focused right now on shortening games. And you know, I talk about the the protests, the social Justice protests being one of the reasons why ratings are down in the NFL. I think it's also part of it is length of game, bad product wise Thursday, hard to watch a because they're played like three days ago, and they're beat up until Thursday night. And James games are often lousy, but also you don't have anything to distract you from the fact like, wow, this game isn't very good. There's no red zone. There's no flipping if you don't have read. So there's flipping from FOX to CBS to see what it is there's, there's you are stuck with this game, and if it's not good, you're just staring at it going. This game kind. Very, you know, my my NFL day is either I'm going to Aram scheme or I'm sitting down and watching the Rams game on TV and the rest of the time. It's red zone channel, a hard time sitting down and watching Thursday night football, I'll be on. I've if it's not a compelling matchup. I have a hard time sitting down and watching Monday night football. You're some dad, Monday night games too. By the way, the the Thursday night game last year, the ram set of Thursday night games you member Brian last year, the Niners forty one thirty nine. It was the raiders game in Thursday night football all time. It was like between what people thought we're going to be like the two worst teams in the NFL basically to be great, turned out to be a spectacular game, so there can be there can be great games on there. A lot of that Lulling you to sleep though, has to do it all those commercials and all these, all these these leagues. See all these TV deals that make the clippers were of two billion or. Those things like that. So they want more and more, but the answer is fewer commercials, more game, and and you know what? And and we just want everything to be really fast. Now this we didn't sin Grasso Brian Jalisco podcasts. Shay, yeah, Brian, you listen to podcasts. Sure you don't listen to them in real time. Do you know you listen? I listened to them in time and a half. Oh, I don't know people that listen to him double time just so you can get through them faster and faster and faster. This is. I think this is one of the reasons that soccer is gonna keep creeping up as a really popular sport in this country is because the TV experience is one where there is no commercial break. It's constant, whatever. Yep.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"But you have a fetish if you like, seniors and seniors are like forty year old women, and you're like, oh my God. And not even a category like off the chain. I'm so old that I'd be like, oh, reviving the dead. That's a whole new creeper. I think if we're born geriatric, pray, geriatric porn. Yeah. Yes. Yup. I'm with you. I mean, yeah. With men. Like, I mean, I feel like I made like my body might not be as tight. Expressive. Your body's perfect. Yes, I am more expressive. The looser. My skin gets the less I give shit. I'm not sure. I don't know why. Seventeen minutes later. She cover. Correct yourself. I have a seventeen minutes delay. Good long time to get my butt good allowed lover. I think. I mean, it depends on how many family members in the house. Gotcha. What about a hotel hotel? Yeah, we're, we're nice and we're vocal. We let each other know we let we show up for each ever get nervous that like somebody can here or is or is that a turn on more like it's it's not like it's more natural. It's more like we get into it like it's more like a breathing things more like panting it's yeah. Yeah, that sounds good. Yeah. You have a future at great Granville. Yeah. Maybe more not back. Going into porn or voice overs. Favorite part about that was that Kelly was the play by play person doing the cabin Terry. She's gonna come. Here it comes. She's not not quite. But the. Oh. I like your entire crew is so used to that. They were like, you don't. Here's the champagne, here's your cigarette. I guess it cigarette time. Time I smoke..

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Show a better listening experience thanks again for your incredible support of the show over the years you know i do the show for you all because i truly love sharing enthusiasm in wealth of the mind brain in creativity okay now back to the show okay so it terms of some of these key practical things in your book that like you said don't go too far outside the signs burr still helpful to people what about fear can you tell people how they can use fears a tool for change okay this is so exciting what i say is fear is not just the problem it's also the solution take you through their couple chapters in my book i should tell you it's called unfulfilled a field guide to living with guts in confidence in case you're just tuning in the middle so my favorite chapter is your feelings are not the boss of you it's not what you feel it's what you do so you can be afraid of something but the fact that you're afraid i don't see that as a reason to not do it and i have a lot of productivity in tips in the book in one example is my own tip from writing i write to a timer why because when you have a blank page oh my god you just wanna clean out the refrigerator like six times because that blank pages so intimidating it's screams at you you're not funny you nothing to say you probably don't understand the science anyway screaming rhymed did those poem his time the next coat yeah exactly so i turn on a timer in i m my clock's bitch basically i turn on timer i could type i've nothing to say three hundred times while that timers going on us fifty two minutes on then i take a seventeen minute break so but what happens is and you know this can probably sit me high chick sent me high he's the guy who did the research on flow you get into what's called the flow state where you get into the work and you're excited by and you forget that you're working and then these magic things happen in an important part of this too is the brakes the brakes seventeen minute breaks and sometimes i'll take longer from tired because i learned to be nicer to myself you can talk about self compassion but during that time what happens is as opposed to the focused these tighten earl networks are using when you focus on writing or translating you're reading your default mode brain processing takes over that's the background processing so you can be washing dish i just walk away and i do anything but be at the computer wash dish clean molding something dumb and so that's when your brain is doing some background work and so when you come back to the computer after taking a walk or taking a shower suddenly maybe you have an idea the stuff that looked like spaghetti and muddled and it just starts to look like a weight i see that could go there and this is why this it's so exciting to do that so but i want to get to the folk question which is about fear fear not being the problem it's also the solution and so to tell you what i did when i stood on the street in the rain realizing new york mom's moving myself with this cart the.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And cycling holidays on you know all around the world on all seven continents and doing that in a really sustainable and responsible way when you say sustainable and responsible what do you do it just means that we make sure that everyone of that too is has a really small footprint and that we're also giving back to the local communities in a really positive manner so when you say you're on seven continents i mean where do you actually go well we do lots of hiking trips in the himalayas we do hikes in the andes in south america we do tricks down to the polar regions in that top ticker in the arctic where you can actually get off the bus and camp on ice and do some snow shoeing and what have you so out programs that just you know really about and the thing in the destination in a very interactive style tell me about snowshoeing slash rings great fun i mean obviously it's access to mountains in wintertime so you put on these flat peres sits up things on the bottom if you feet and allows you to walk lightly on the snow and and access some really neat areas and seeing you know some of you know for example the the rocky mountains in the middle of in the middle of winter is absolutely beautiful and it's allowed through the use of a pair of snowshoes i always thought snowshoes reminded me of tennis rackets with the handle broken yeah she me like that but they're really neat because they allow you to walk on the surface without thinking today and now there is operatives words too deep i've always had this feeling that even by spreading the weight over those things that look like tennis rackets without handles called snowshoes that you put on your feet that i think in any way so when you say not singing too deep what does that mean nestled right up against the new hampshire border literally we wanted to go to the movies there in the nearest cinema was in new lebanon new hampshire which was like i don't know twelve twelve miles seventeen minute trip or something like that from woodstock vermont and one of the things they do in the winter is snow shoeing so i'm thinking about doing that because i've always wanted to do that but i don't know how many steps to take before i say okay that was fun yeah look i think like any anything you know when you're in the outdoors and you've got to be committed to it and you got to know what you signing up for that if you if you really do and have that intend to join i cannot tell you how much people get out of the holidays it's very rejuvenating and it you know the challenge element makes you feel very aware of oil faculties you know your minds working really well you're breathing really well you're breathing in fresh air you concentrating on you know you're putting your face and what have you but we all of that comes these great sense of achievement when you've done it and so that really is the driving force between the hand west so many people get involved in active active terrorism and come back year after year to want more and see more and do more because it's very it's very old encompassing gripe for the mind and great for the body and fantastic for the salt when you send people out on trips are they all kind of like group involve things or any of them for individuals yeah we do actually you know talk about some something called the self guided movement because some you know primarily you know a lot of adventure travel has come out of group to paci and that still very much the case because people love that involve environment where you can join in with a a group of like minded people and go on this great adventure together i mean people make fantastic lifelong friendships through that shade experience.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on TechStuff

"A lot of options for other inventions created by celebrities to kind of close this out steven spielberg invented a device that would allow you to make annotations and at it's to a document using your voice typically just a like a digital recorder that would allow you to annotate a digital recording of a screenplay he meant to do this so that you can make edits on the on the go because he said often you wanted to speak out your thoughts but it was hard to capture what those ideas were in documented form and this would be a way that you could collect that information and append it to an existing document michael jackson's name is on a patent for shoes that shifts the wearer's center of gravity allowing the wearer to lean much further forward than they normally could and still maintain your balance this was to replicate the effect as seen in the music video smooth criminal now during the music video the dancers actually wore special harnesses hooked up to cables and that gave them the ability to lean far forward you know without face planting but that would not be such a good idea during a live show it would require too much setup it would be too obvious to the audience so they needed some other form of invention to allow for that same sort of effect so these shoes included a way to lock into an upstanding post position on a stage sort of like a a pay the shoe fit on this actually makes me think of action figures there are a lot of action figures that in the heel of a shoe on the action figure there's little hole and that typically will correspond with pegs that you'll find various action figure play sets so that the figure will stand up and not just fall over as soon as you try and position him or her in whatever placing you're using but there was one invention so goofy from someone pretty famous that felt it had to be my final example because it's just about as much of the opposite of what hetty lamar did as i can imagine the inventor in question was francis ford coppola and coppola is a famous film director and screenwriter and producer he co wrote the film patent he co wrote and directed the godfather and he directed apocalypse now among other things so he's definitely made a name for himself in the history of film he also has a connection with michael jackson i just mentioned michael jackson will help la had a connection with him he directed captain eeo which is a three d seventeen minute short film that starred michael jackson in sort of a space fantasy adventure and this was for disney theme parks but he also filed a patent application on august thirty first two thousand six and they've had an application had the title garment for identifying location on body of the garment.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on X96

X96

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on X96

"Tomorrow that coming up a man who taunted deputies on his four wheeler oh by its call this bombers and then they went and got him a man who taunted deputies while he was writing his four wheeler with a beer in his hand is now in custody on saturday evening sheriff's deputies attempted to traffic stop on three four wheelers for driving on a county maintained road two of the four wheelers stopped when the cops said stop but at one of the for the third one fled from the stop a white man driving the third four wheeler later returned to the traffic stop where the cops were issuing tickets to the other two peoples cops are still there and he returned and started doing donuts on his four wheeler with his beer in his hand yelling at the cops gabby if you can and then they went and got him boehner cheating number number three let's review the first two and vote again me well okay boehner candidate number one this was unnecessary and disrespectful a guy who had just won his m a fight stepped on the back of his unconscious opponent stood there and did a front lip or would flip off of his back boehner candidate number one boehner candidate number two we are a society of rules a kid who was wounded in a school shooting in ohio went was going to another school he's he recovered from his wounds was going to another school may and he participated in a walkout on march fourteenth that seventeen minute walkout the school board said or school officials said we will suspend every student who did that and they did even though i mean doesn't he deserve to protest a little bit and and so fine suspend us out means nothing you know boater candidate number three and then they went and got him right there you go you've got to decide which one of these is the worst the best yeah the best example of bad stupid or funny human behavior one of these three candidates needs to be the winner of this round to go forward to face the winner of round one in boehner fight and possibly become boehner of the day so remember the candidate number you think should win one two or three put that number in the message of a text just that's all we need and then text that two three three nine eight six short code you can call eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seventeen minutes later donald trump junior response thanks rob i appreciate that i'm on the road at the moment but perhaps i just speak to 'em and i seems we have some time if it's what you say i love it especially later in the summer could we do a call first thing next week when i'm back best don if it's what you say i love it if it's what you say a love it especially later in the summer summer two thousand sixteen just months before the actual election now took seventeen minutes for done to get that email and respond to the offer of information that is described as very high level and sensitive in part of russia and his government support for donald trump no hesitation here and this is the beginning of what is going to be this infamous meeting on june ninth at trump tower and here's he's going to the meeting we know from donald juniors email that on the trump camp side it's going to be donald junior jared kushner and paul manafort rob goldstone is there as well there's the russian lawyer natalya vessel need sky plus two other russians and one georgian american the main person on the russian side is natalia vessel needs she's actually not a russian government lawyer should not the crown prosecutor like rob goldstone said in that email to don jr she dad used to work for the moscow prosecutor's office at the time of the meeting june two thousand sixteen she was working to get rid of us sanctions on russia some of which were put in place by something called the magnitsky act in retaliation for those sanctions russia had banned americans from adopting russian orphans so this meeting is on the twenty fifth floor of trump tower donald trump's personal offices just one floor above so they show up they have a brief discussion about what the russians believe is fairly damning information about democratic campaign donors don jr later tells his version of the story on fox news to sean hannity hey some dnc donors may have done something in russia and they didn't pay taxes i what does this have to do with anything especially the way that it's been portrayed is that basically kushner wasn't paying attention paul manafort was sitting there on his phone typing and donald junior says that he basically didn't understand what was going on and what.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The wtmj breaking news center nationwide students left class today to remember the shooting victims and parkland florida a seventeen minute protests for the seventeen killed exactly one month ago including students here in wisconsin governor remembrance of those lives lost and students across southeast wisconsin and the state spoke everyone braxton killed at the gun to our injured issue the park kids have stood up and they said enough is enough and we want to make a change and and we want to stand in solidarity with the vice principal joe paddock hopes today can be used as a teachable moment to learn about the political process to to have an opportunity to express themselves madison this afternoon hundreds showed up demonstrating outside the state capitol eric bill said wtmj news code red this morning appalachia high school they got their heads down and they're hiding and the dark crystal howard says the tax she received from her daughter this morning was alarming they got kids just hiding any which way and anywhere that they came within the classrooms the school going into a lockdown in prompting milwaukee police respond after receiving a report of someone with a weapon at the school crystal says she was terrified i'd be in a position to where this is out of my control there's nothing i can do about this but stay here and just wait to lockdown lifted after a couple of hours without incident one male was taken into custody at blasio highschool tony about october utm j news police in milwaukee one person in custody after social media threat forced the p walkie school district to cancel classes today police say they were notified of the threat last night and we're quickly able to identify the suspect as if he walkie high school student that student was arrested this morning no longer a threat to the general public roadwork causing problems in west allis wtmj news time four zero three new sponsored by.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They had those ballots that they were still what do they call him the provisional ballots i think they have until friday to come up with account so who knows which way it will go although as they were opening some of the ballots after the fact i'm not thinking of provisional i'm thinking of something else absentee absentee ballot they tend to be going toward lamb as well which is a bit of a surprise to me i thought that those tended to go to conservative candidates to republican well you know you've been talking about pennsylvania here's the thing if lamb winds are lost secon wins they've got to run again in november with different different district right that's not a completely different district but i mean some of the people that voted for lamb won't get to some of the people that didn't get to vote for seiko now would get to vote for republican now they say that the way the maps is redrawn it would be a bit more friendly than the district to land to a democrat well that was the idea they guess is the two to four five different congressional districts will go democrat in pennsylvania which this might surprise you has more registered democrats but the way the district's have been portioned over the years thanks to gerrymander thanks to republican troll of the state house there is favoring democrats the way it does democrats it's favors republicans late as democrats in illinois so they've had to redraw the districts and those will be the district's that they'll run in in november you know unless there's some change of that some court did decision to change that hey listen today's the day of the seventeen minute walkout it's one seventeen now on wgn radio.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Five two nine t be y you pay taxes if you pay money into schools if you're properties text congratulations i think next yet next wednesday the fourteen next wednesday part of your money is going to be going to pay for school where kids are walking out of because darnet's important stuff is happening and they need to be a part of it and they need a draw attention to it and they have a voice to and they're not going to go to your school for seventeen minutes you know what travis he here's here's one point i will concede to you here's one point i will concede it's only seventeen minutes they're not walking out of the school for the rest of the year oh cake they're not walking out of school for the rest of the week for the rest of the month it's only seventeen minutes but then again at will point do we get to talk about principles versus passion i have to work i have to work from the tight even for me from the time i am here people pay me to do a job i don't get to tell these people but there are tearing down buildings on state street and they're killing are they're killing the city's history by widening the road and i'm passionate about this wait okay you're killing me i ever retired teacher and a s i'm assuming a senior u asked all right i've a retired teacher and an 18yearold on hold which one should i take when i come back film making afternoon drive great again long six km the new york times bloomberg stone and critics everywhere overall raving about annihilation not to stirring at me kingston thing near his home mindblowing experience in now with certify fresher mind tomatoes annihilation where did are now playing of all the people in the world you feel like you were destined to find her and now that you have come to jared the gallery of jewelry to find the diamond destined for her it's called chosen by jarrett if the diamond with a one of a kind story only jared can tell from the raw stone to the rain showare forever jared make her diamonds creation part of your love story we document its entire journey from procuring yet in its roughest purest form to the finished masterpiece resat into her engagement ring every gia certified.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And they're hosting a big demonstration april the 20th the anniversary of the columbine shooting for almost a decade everyone felt here and safety on that on that decade who law do not an and so there you go now while this april event is so while the the april march will conclude with numerous activist in groups of pt a members from around the area the women's march organizers are calling for seventeen minute walkout as well on this very same issue of march the 14th yes locally well you know if it makes them feel better doing that i guess do it it's ultimately it's not going to affect much change walking out of anything usually doesn't really affect much change um i i you know i hate to feel it's come across this is really really negative right now but i don't have much hope for any of this right now i mean i was just obvious just reading this this story that we have that talks about doctors in the mental health profession resent donald trump saying this is all about mental illness and not as much about guns how the hell what i mean it when you have that kind of thinking in the community how do we get any of the if this done how can a mental health professional come out and say that mental illness does not play as much of a role when someone goes into a school and shoots up a bunch of kids six i'll to time for the rush update must times reports the growing tensions between two groups of immigrants both groups you're in america illegally the.

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"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the national basketball association the celtics are hosting the next tonight boston has the best record in the eastern conference while the orcas three games out of the final playoff spot in the east the nets are home against the seventy six years the seething trying to snapped a fourgame losing streak the cavaliers or at home against the heat but cleveland forward kevin love will miss sixty eight weeks due to a broken left hand lebron james talks about what loves injury means to the cavs so fortunate fourteen of whoever they were born on a walkover trying to figure out how go wherever naido different lineups dinner abidi flo when care i will be all for quite a while maybe two months sue stuck on the trail blazers battle the bulls and the son's host the mavericks later tonight in the national hockey league the maple leafs are hosting the islanders yorke has lost two straight and three or four the capitals our home against the flyers washington remains in first place in the metro division despite losing three or four the sharks are visiting the redwings tonight san jose is tied for second place in the pacific division after losing three stray in nfl news the chiefs have agreed to trade quarterback alex smith to the redskins in exchange for cornerback handle fuller and a thirdround draft pick just weeks before washington's current qb kirk cousins becomes a free agent i'm donna page that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update the mobile business news 24 hours a day on bloombergcom the radio mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash eighty seventeen minutes past.

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour time for a check of sports from around the world here's dan schwartzman thanks doug a criminal case has been opened by swiss prosecutors for alleged bribery of world cup broadcast rights by that he saint germain chairman and ceo nazeer alkali feet the qatari nationals accused the bribing former fief a secretarygeneral cheryl val kid award the two thousand twenty six and two thousand thirty world cup writes the qatari owned be in sports arsenal manager arsene vangere says both alexa sanchez then mizuno zeal could be sold in january if breakthroughs are not achieved in contract negotiations manchester city's expected to pursue sanchez if the ford is made available by the guy here's both raffinage allan roger federer moving on to the quarterfinals at the shanghai masters we straightset victories while maria sharapova is onto the quarters that the tianjin open also in straightsets gave five than ashley divisional series in washington the nationals already leading the cubs four to one as we head to the top of the third inning home runs from daniel murphy any threerun shot from michael taylor g against also on the hill for washington cal hendricks already given up four earned runs for the cubs nearing the end of the first quarter on thursday night football in philadelphia the eagles aol the carolina panthers are all tied up at three carson went so far six of ten for seventy seven yards the fifth us circuit court of appeals in new orleans is lifted an injunction that was blocking the nfl six game suspension of dallas cowboys running back ezekiel elliott the threejudge panel voted two to one backing the nfl's argue then i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update the mobile business news 24 hours a day on bloombergcom the radio mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash everybody seventeen minutes past.

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