22 Burst results for "Seventy Eight Minutes"

Elon Musk Says Tesla Is Working on Humanoid Robots

Dude Soup

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Elon Musk Says Tesla Is Working on Humanoid Robots

"Yuan the muskrat moscow and some of his top engineers spent seventy eight minutes detailing how great their technology is at self-driving immediately. Afterwards he brought up a performer. Dress like a robot who bounced in shimmy to an electronic dance song. Yeah and it was a dancer. There was no android technology. Know this but the i in everyone else was confused as to why you would do such an insane. Thing weird yeah. Musk revealed his plans to build his own robot which is calling the tesla which only exist as the design plan currently and a person wearing spandex jumping burden. It's friendships tesla. Abo- can dead lift one. Fifty learn oh my god dangerous. It's not so that was that was the thing is i. Read the article. And there's very little information or or e lan spent a very small amount of time explaining what it could do it can do. Physical labor can do errands like chores and go to the grocery store for you or assembling. Perhaps is tesla working in a test. On

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Georgia Senate debates make headlines ahead of runoff

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

05:31 min | 10 months ago

Georgia Senate debates make headlines ahead of runoff

"This is the runoff debate for the us. Senate seat currently held by senator. David purdue georgia the candidates are in alphabetical order. Democrat jon ossoff he is. Ceo of insight twu. I republican david. Perdue has served in the us senate since two thousand fifteen before his election. He sat on the board of five. Major corporations and co founded purdue partners global trading company. Senator purdue declined to participate in this debate and is represented by an empty podium. What could be more than the read off the bio of an empty podium. The other republican running and one of georgia's runoff elections next month did show up for debate on sunday. Senator kelly leffler was asked about trump's false claim that the election was somehow raked. Do you stand by his narrative that the election was rigged and you support his demand. That governor camp to call a special session to seek to overturn those results. I i want to thank the atlanta press club for hosting this important debate and look. It's vitally important that georgians trust our election process and the president has every right to every legal recourse. And that's what's taking place. Did you believe the election was rigged. Look greg it's very clear that there were issues in this election. Still with us kurt anderson. Michael steele kurt will call that a non answer from the incumbent. Senator should democrats celebrate the fact kurt. That trump plans to travel to georgia again. Because he's so hard wired to talk about his grievances. Well now we had. I think today the third a recant though. The third count certified And showing the joe biden won the state by twelve thousand bucks. I guess because of course his his line on election fraud. So-called does not change. There is not new information. It's the same. He's got the same five seventy eight minutes of material that he's simply goes through again and again and it kind of random order. I guess he'll do that again. In georgia i mean it's meaningful of course because the the the strange line that the republicans are trying to walk in georgia is to say this was a totally phony election rigged dominion blobby blobby block conspiracy theory but you got there and vote and make sure these these two senators win to keep the firewall against by the way because there might not be a donald trump president. But there's gonna be because here's here's the president who hasn't given up yet it's madness and hand and that that the shot you showed of course of of the purdue loose the debate john asa as you say is is just politics imitates comedy life imitates art. It's unbelievable but this is where we are and and again. I mean the fact that with the chili lawford debate With reverend work. I mean the fact that she had to say thirteen times rather than the answering a question about him just your liberal radical euro liberal radical and then the non answer about whether or not this debate of whether or not the election was legitimate and joe biden. One georgia again she. She used literally the same words over and over when she was asked the question and reacted the you know. So it's one thing to to deny reality. Which is the now the necessary stock in trade of the republican party under donald trump. But you think they would come up with slightly more fluent ways to restate their unwillingness to admit the plain facts and playing truth of the outcome of this election. Michael steele do you think. Mitch mcconnell is worried about georgia. Yes i think he is. I and i think he should be well over. A million votes ballots had been requested. A vote by mail ballots been requested as so far the deadline. Was i believe monday To register to vote For the special election and by all accounts The democrats are are prepared to go in a state that they won at the presidential level in a state they should not have one at the presidential level because it is georgia but it also speaks to. What is a growing trend. Line brian. That we've talked about before that is starting to sweep in areas that were once You know sacred gap ground for republicans at election time. Texas georgia north carolina. Virginia was once in that in that. Great pantheon of republican safehouses. That's no longer the case. So as mcconnell looks around the landscape the last great the gateway to republican success runs through georgia and guess what at least one of those gates are closed and the eggs trying to prevent the other one from closing on them. And that's what this election's going to be about on january fifth

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The Latest: Michigan Gov. Whitmer delivers response to Trump

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Michigan Gov. Whitmer delivers response to Trump

"On the eve of his Senate impeachment trial ending president trump used his state of the union address to tout a great American come back while making no mention of impeachment when he took office three years ago the president spoke of American carnage under his predecessor now the state of our union is stronger than ever before healing economic and the battlefield gains in making the case for re election America's future is blazing bright a sharp partisan divide was on full display while Republicans chanted four more years Democrats boot before his roughly seventy eight minute speech house speaker Nancy Pelosi extended her hand the president did not shake it to though it's unclear if he saw it as the president's soap in applause after the speech hello see ripped up her copy Sager make Arnie Washington

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The Latest: Michigan Gov. Whitmer delivers response to Trump

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Michigan Gov. Whitmer delivers response to Trump

"When he took office three years ago the president spoke of American carnage under his predecessor now the state of our union is stronger than ever before healing economic and the battlefield gains in making the case for re election America's future is blazing bright a sharp partisan divide was on full display while Republicans chanted four more years Democrats boot before his roughly seventy eight minute speech house speaker Nancy Pelosi extended her hand the president did not shake it to though it's unclear if he saw it as the president's soap in applause after the speech hello see ripped up her copy Sager may gunny Washington

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Out of the street again he you know I'm sorry you don't want any of my story well I mean I just did really all all does it give me off because you know I I can't do that your record every day no I I I can't be doing that but listen I appreciate the call and hope things get better for him to do I mean this song five ever hello someone suggested on Twitter this is definitely part of your uplifting fourteen minutes feel happy sixteen for a little radio section by section so this is your first seventy eight minutes a day when you want to switch to calming music the feel relaxed I don't think you could do much better than this little number what is what song what is on this is a common problem the way if you want to switch I just got a suggestion via Facebook a girl named heather said Stapleton one of the little Tennessee whiskey you just it's a junior what could you rub alive how you doing awesome thank you that thank you I have a really great song for you that always gets me going around it's all right now that one you got it buddy I didn't know who did that make.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Over the tuna mornay. You know that's crazy. That's crazy you rely. My heart was about to jump out of my chest. I would have panicked. I would have definitely panicked. I mean i probably would have pulled over called the cosmic. Come to me like that. Maybe driving around on on the phone car. Smoking car got shot nine. Times car. Got shot nine times shot the bentley because corolla still going. It was still rolling when you call the people that gave you the car. Would you say at some point like the next day. You had to call what he saw it on the news <unk> ozone news. I don't how about this. I go back to the apartment. This is crazy. I look back to the apartment. What time is now four in the morning taking four five in the malls so you leave visit the hospital yeah because it was like seventy eight minutes. I just needed to go and like refresh in like mentally. We like figure out what was nag. Let's go to sleep yeah. Kids avenue does a fan. I turn on the t._v. Pretty sure you can google phone. I turn tv. We have a report chicago. Bulls star jalen rose or sean keel tonight. Well you got killed old. I'm like m._i._t. Is like no first off. I'm like how do they know fad nothing wrong. How do i know so fast was that people probably saw me at the hospital and her my name at the hospital that's crazy. I don't know that happened. You can pretty sure it. Was there part of you. That thought maybe you're dead. Uh you ready for this. They'll probably go through my mind like maybe this is what being dead feels you ready for this. I want everybody here to listen up because i retire a lot of works works and in entertainment. If i was gonna do stand up comedy if i was going to do a rap album and if i was going to write a script it would definitely have curse words in words all of that because to me helps an exclamation point. Take it for entertainment purposes. I'm getting back to your question. This is also the same year. Stop views an inward and stop cursing part of me did die that night jacoby. Oh and i saw two part interview about this before and is really true. The part of me died that night. The black person tried to kill. That's rose had stop the two thousand and two bentley zuri a traffic light on sunset boulevard and barrington place around three am a._m. When three men in black four door cadillac escalade pulled up behind him richter said one of the men walked up to the passenger side of the bentley pulled.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It didn't okay you know what there's a gas tank back there yeah well it fortunately they were able to swim to safety as we applauded the burning down of the disk alright we come back at the candy my can Todd show is it time for a tax to compulsory test for new I think it's noobs going out with their social media obsession and it's just really destroying a public class talk about that next ever get a traffic report from Tracy to soul I am still waiting to hear about the situation with the gas leak out and kings gave it I just got a text message from a sound transit saying that they have re routed at some of the buses route to thirty six three routed in that area so you're gonna have a few sobs at one forty four street west of a hundred and twenty fourth or on a hundred and thirty second south of a hundred and forty if I know that's a lot of numbers coming at you but if you're in that area you know exactly what I'm talking about so again that gas leak out in king skate drivers are running into nothing but a brake lights on that north on five commute outside of the U. distracted heading into parts about like terrorism means more still looking at seventy eight minutes from Seattle to Everton it's solid from just after the Boeing freeway all the way up to zero five two eight merry spell and that's from an earlier motorcycle crash that was out near the casino drivers are still gonna run into some heavier traffic on the east bound for ten out your Myers road that's a report of a crash in there that's blocking drivers continue to ride the brakes on south and for blood outside ability through new castle north central five between a cell center in the valley freeway valley freeways so I would say touching go outside of eighty fourth in central and can continuing into parts of Auburn but into call that you're still very very slow from just after three twentieths heading out towards the dome and really starting to us slow down outside a joint base Lewis McChord traffic rushing by a quick is seen as the American country rock legend city gritty dirt band live for one night only August third only at the I'm a quick scene now the entertainment capital of the northwest cover radio real time traffic I'm.

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Listen To The Play By Play Of Harry Kane's Dramatic Comeback During The England Vs. Croatia Game

ESPN FC

03:05 min | 3 years ago

Listen To The Play By Play Of Harry Kane's Dramatic Comeback During The England Vs. Croatia Game

"What a Sunday and UEFA nations league, so many great matches. But we gotta start at Wembley England and Croatia winner-takes-all England wins. They win the group. Croatia wins. They win the group draw. Spain wins the group everybody got that. Yeah. Yeah. That second minute trouble here for Jordan Pickford onto ravage though. Take advantage pick for something. He can pick it up since the ball is coming from bell. But ravage doesn't take advantage of the opportunity eleventh minute nights past year. Harry Kane Raheem sterling Hellenic the big stops. What we see from him stealing a lot. These days taken up a much more central position using these pace to get behind finishing in the final Ha's improved. And it just. In the ensuing corner. Kick Harry Kane point blank reign. Why it open, and I mean, why open Harry Kane nut good. Extinct minute. Beat sterling to the ball. Harry Kane no goalie per staffer denied then is another big stop ripple from Dell on these reconfirmed, stealing noses pasted by six or seven goalkeeper takes head can publish. It are taking the touch the FOX them. The jazz was growing nil at the half fifty second minute. Marcus rash. Furred sterling another stop from the Croatian. The only sterling has got to take it for time. He doesn't know pretended to goes away if seventh minute and many Croatia highlights, here's one. Andrei Kamara dancing around can't find a window. He found one little help. But he found one say once normal you take that many touches invokes going wait from goal you really get the finished. But monitoring what the space. We'll join stones on on his backside and just opened up from though Croatia winning the group at this point in the match in England relegated. Seventy eight minute long. Throw ingesting lindgaard. The tap in one hundred percent, my kinda rains hurricane gets a ton rolling across the line. Yes. I love those happing city the layup. Eight banal still England is going down with this result. Spain winning the group eighty second minute nita's header saved up the line lingered. Megan big stops. These there. Nothing because Jordan picked was hunt. This well, eighty fifth minute Benca. Well, the free kick, and Harry Kane as a redemption story wide in the second half. But you cannot give him time space if you had to pick up some guy in the box it would be hurricane. He's wide open. Nice finish Southgate's excited to one England. So at one point in this match price will winning the group and then later Spain we're winning the room yet. It's England that ends up winning the group. They are food to the nation's league finals next June those to be held in Portugal. Croatia. Relegated to be the World Cup finalists.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Liftoff

"They're going to do hope to be back on side b. At some point, they can get that get work arounds put in place because it is seems to be a little more capable than. Eight this point. But yeah, they're just there have the ability to move from one to the other and that is that has come in handy yet again. Yeah, that's good. And while we wait to hear from opportunity which we haven't heard from, so there's, you know there's trouble with the Rovers on Mars right now. Yeah, it's a, it's a rough planet turns. They've been there a long time to. Yeah, exactly. Without any maintenance, right unle- remote remote issues with the computers, but we can't send a mechanic up there. So that is true. Yeah, let's talk about moons. We did the moon draft here. We love moons liftoff loves moons do we do love moons rate, no shame in that no moods a great, but you know what? What's better? Stephen, you know what's better moons XM Exo moves right. Exa moons if yeah, the Exo planets, right? You gotta have XL moons but we've never observed something. We know. No is an XM moon and that may be changing. So there's Kepler sixteen twenty five be. This is a one of the planet's extra plants found in the Kepler survey. It's about the size of Jupiter. It's orbiting around the star about eight thousand light years away from our solar system. It's about as far away from its stars earth is from the sun, but the star is at the end of its life on the main sequence. So it slowly evolving into a red giant. So it's a much older star than ours. Something about the profile of Kepler. Sixteen twenty five is suspicious. There's the they, they've done a lot of profiling for plan. It's like they look at the look at the charts and then like you don't use seem like an ally. There's something wrong here we need to dive into the data. It's stats were a little bit weird as if something else was going on. And if you're doing a lot of this really, you know, very detailed calculations for these Exo planets. You're looking for any sign, maybe. A signal in the noise of another planet. And so you wanna you want to study the data and see, is there anything that's out of line here that we could look at closely thought there was? So they took the Hubble space telescope, hey, there it is, and they want to use it as to get a second opinion about what what this thing was and if there was anything going on there because they just had a Kepler data and and they know they've calculated based on the Keppler data like when what its orbit time is, and that means they know more or less when it's going to transit across the face of the star because that's how Keppler finds Exo planets is that the planet goes in front of the star that it's orbiting around, and we see a dip in the light a minute dip in the light from that star. And we know that they're part of its faces obscured by a planet. That's how we find planets. That's the most common way we find exit planet. So they point Hubble add it waiting for the transit, and the transit begins Earl. Early earlier than their calculations. This is one of the reasons that it's so suspicious seventy eight minutes early. And then after it finishes its transit, there's another little blip in the light. A few hours after the planet has finished its transit, and they do the calculations and they're like, what would be causing this?.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

Full Stack Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

"Restricted by what you are paying attention to that time and your habits often determine what you're paying attention to at that time. So by pulling your phone out of your pocket oughta Mattingly now you're, you're decisions are, oh, do I go to Twitter or do I check Instagram or do check me Email, or do I play video game? And the the interesting thing about this is we convince ourselves that we're like in control of whether we are doing something productive, Ron, productive, or whatever. But the truth is your habit already set the menu that you're looking at. So well, you choose to answer emails or play video game. Your options were constrained by that habit to begin with. So really the the idea is you wanna be looking at better menus throughout the day. Day. And so that's the way that I think about my habits is what are the I like to refer to that as like a decisive moment. So the the moment that you pull your phone house, a decisive moment, it determines whether you're gonna head like take the fork in the road that leads toward all the things I just mentioned, or if you don't put your phone up and maybe you would sit down to write one of those blog posts. And in my normal day, their problem probably in most people's days, there may be five to ten decisive moments that really determined like the bulk of what you get done that day. So for me, there's a moment every every evening around like five fifteen. My wife gets home from work, and we change into our workout clothes, or we like Soma couch and watch the office need Indian food. And if we change into our workout clothes, which was like the one, the automatic habit. The thing that takes less than two minutes, the very beginning of the behavior that sets the menu for the next like two hours. You know, if we do that, then we're gonna get the water bottle and getting the car and drive to the gym and work out, you know, whatever. So it's really about mastering that decisive moment, not about all the other stuff that comes afterward. And I think that's one of the beautiful lessons about habits. Once you learn more about them is that there's actually not that much to do that. If you can just master those five to ten moments throughout your day, maybe there it's like seventy eight minutes total. If you can just get those dialed in, then you're going to be looking better menus the whole day, and you're going to.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Know some of these guys who just are score i mean the right no i know but i mean we look at it we you know we look at his ability and and and i think for for some people though you know it cost him now his injuries cost him as well but prior to him being hurt there were a lot of people that said hey look i can't vote for this guy's mvp if he keeps you know for the way he plays the game and the licken stuff yeah chai find funny bucko in but some of you know just stuff that you'd get suspended for right the elbow to who was at well the and the undercut the the you know we had a a vicious elbow i wanna say it was in against the guy in jersey maybe oh yes yeah the one front of the net right yes what is that always score thirty goals it's cool that was one of the really are no more straight tough guys in this league but like if that was kevin fourth line slug you know fourth line that would be i if it was read i'm just gonna throw it right he's probably the last tough guy like pure like yeah go get them right but he could play right yeah god bless him for the contract that he just got i i mean like siri like i just don't get it like he he had he had a good playoff run but then he didn't play for their bunch games he didn't play what i mean he's is an interesting do like he's a straight line player like you you know nother a nice guy like there's another another guy super charity yes super super nice england another guy who you know tough guy but tons of charity i want once asked about kings something that really bothered me and the i thought copay tar got screwed oh one vote well no he didn't get one first place no no he got into we got eleven i'm sorry that's crazy he what shocked me was not so much that he lost but that mckinnon and hall had twice as many points in the balloting that he did that absolutely shocked me i mean i think it's it's still exists the west coast though i looked at i looked at the voting because you now the up the pressure accurate association releases they're about all the balance and it it it wasn't there really wasn't a by there was some crazy voting we'll get into that but i wouldn't necessarily look at it as a west coast buys because look those same people voted for him as the selke winner right i don't think that you can make the claim i just think that we we get so wrapped up in offense and i understand you know taylor hall had a phenomenal year absolutely you know you look at the difference in scoring between him and nico share i get it but actually the difference between copay tar and doughty was only ten i think they like thirty point differential hall and he sherwood forty point difference but tiller hall was asked to do one thing offense but that's it he killed he played seven minutes penalty killing time the entire kate copay tar played one hundred seventy eight minutes penalty killing time he was he he let all ford's i believe in time on ice average time on ice so this guy had to play harder minutes and you know his his point differential was not that was not it was not a big gap between him and mckinnon hall just.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Deadcast

"Their hands over there is you know be upset for a while 'cause they got their toes stepped on that's fine i fucking freak out when i stuck my toe apartment pounding on stepped on a leg or something i haven't been running around for seventy eight minutes playing the most frustrating sport in the world you know it's like a zero zero draw and i just got fucking kicked in the back of the lake i would also freak out it's true i stubbed my toe in the house and i i just turned i turn to volcano like angrier that the news it is weird though 'cause like for me i have a hard time taking it just like i steadily i have a problem with it you know but i don't have like in you know i don't know that it needs to be litigated out of existence but there's definitely something weird about kind of brings home how little outward emotion there is like american sports guys get really hurt and they just like make kind of like a poopie face walk off the mound and like they're gonna miss a whole yet right yeah but like you know that's obviously you know under sell in the same way that these are over sells like where you're just like it's okay to to show some emotion also this maybe this is wrong but i don't i think that you probably see a lot more of the embellishing the rolling around during the world cup than during a regular domestically game just because the world cup the there's you want to you're trying to milk more fouls because like your don't even really know your teammates like haven't played yet like you're just looking for whatever advantage you can get that if you can get a guy a red card like that that can be you know a whole tournament changing whereas like i i watch a lot of community games in like don't really do that that much like if you just watch a lot of soccer the flopping and embellishing isn't really a problem like you know it's not it's it seems like a much bigger deal during the world cup than i think it actually is that's interesting because it's something that i wouldn't know soccer yeah that's the hardest watching all the shit is just like being aware constantly of like the limits of my own knowledge i'm watching and i'm like why aren't they trying fucking trying really hard it's just like i don't know how to see it yeah i can't remember the last time i watch really game like oh come on get the fuck up people just get hurt and it's they deal with it normally i will say this i like to take us from the soccer viewing public so when luis suarez gets grazed in the neck and grabs his head like he just got hit by a fine linebacker backer like he's just a complete shit bag and he's delaying the game for like eighty minutes because he's still sitting there rolling around his big stupid tooth sticking out or what name name art you know when neymar like someone like grace's ankle and he's like he's rolling gift or he's just like rolling down like a country hill and rolling is really good i do like it when they roll seventeen got thrown out of a car like a guy with a really good haircut like pushed you but then again i think if i self like punching the air in my apartment because i stepped on if i was on a field right now i might just start rolling i if i hurt my foot i don't fall down i hop and i curse i limp so that people know i've been hurt but what if there was green field of you and you are already a little role maybe no i milk it differently scenario where i would somehow wind up rolling around the outside because something happened like having such a bad day that i'm like i'm like i'm like grabbed my shin and just like rock myself back and forth for a couple of minutes and then get up like nothing happened if i get stung by a bee in prospect park or something i'm going to roll it out really stop.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

"Before we go into an episode of i love film or i actually why he he's here is to i think we may not do rem at all and just you in film he is the director of let's be honest he he has his filmography is a few films and his movie on graffiti is a couple of movies and i want to figure out like what he thinks is a movie and what he thinks film note that's a question he has if i'm if my if my calculations are correct million kinky lesions has completed six full length major motion pictures of which fistful of fingers is one is that correct seventy eight minutes it's barely it's barely but we consider it to be one yes don't talk until i introduce you like you're being fucking route fucking rude the age old trap ask the guest i to question and then snap at them he is the director of some wonderful films including baby driver and the end of the world what is it called well same thing you really you know what i mean like can we just call it the end of the world because that fits in with the rem theme sean saves the planet what does it go mom and dad say the plan back in me please welcome edgar right right trying to give you some entrance music oh nice forgot that that song as an intro welcome edgar our buddy i'm good how are you thanks for having me thanks for being here yeah well we were talking about before you got here that you put on our em song baby driver you did i mean i was going to get to that but okay we'll just get right to bury yeah why bury the lead you put let's talk about the soundtracks to to baby driver because you put out two great ones and i have them here on the old ipod you see.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Who's been third best player they haven't had one should that be eric bledsoe basically had his lunch eaten bob devoid rosier divide parkas author yeah he's only played ten minutes in the previous game tom maker has not taken that extra leat malcolm brogdon is the reigning rookie of the year he'd been virtually pedestrian so to me that's been the key ken these role players now play better most of which are home well i'm glad you mentioned terry rozier and the going out coming out party that he has had in this series he's been matched up with eric bledsoe he's gotten better of eric bledsoe in every game but let's take a quick look back at terry rozier after game one speaking on airplanes so eric bledsoe sown those push the ball drew bledsoe ju bless you so last night after being dominated by rozier was asked about rozier and here's his response gotten off to a strong start to the series no turnovers and seventy eight minutes out personally do you take them up terry rozier on jalen obviously terry rozier is known by bledsoe because terry rozier was in front of eric bledsoe the entire game and outplayed every bledsoe why is bledsoe acting like he does not know who tear genres i'll play a lot of basketball let me tell you this you definitely know the person's name because when they're driving pass you all you're doing looking at the back of their jerseys he definitely knows who is please believe me that's like me to act like i don't know who the black mamba i know his shadow in a dark room.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

"Go take you all around the entire world of sports here it's presented by shell pennzoil catch you up on absolutely everything that you need to know in the east it's the celtics of to nothing lead jalen brown getting it done with thirty points is the youngest celtic scored thirty in a playoff game since tommy heinsohn well that's a bit ago would help that records nineteen fifty seven he's not so young now beetle have the celtics this again i feel like every prediction i thought this was going to be better series so far it's shaping up to be i don't know we'll see what happens when they get back home in the bucks maybe do something but no surprises here in an interesting parallel that i'm going to make between the pelicans series in the book series and there's a little trash talk going on in this series terry rozier another strong game twenty three points and eight assists now after game one the accidentally called the bucks eric bledsoe drew bledsoe maybe that was still on bledsoe's mind when he was asked about rose years performance in game two gotten off to a strong start to the series no turnovers and seventy eight minutes out personally do you take that matchup terry rozier goodies he's the gentlemen who owned your high neil the court so they should know who yes he's the guy who did that in what should have been shot in game only thing i hate about this for terry rozier is that every time we showed the sound of him calling let so drew he's gotta be wearing that have sweater blazing that's the only guy was the only thing was talking etiquette on this thing if this guy is destroying you are you allowed to say i don't even know his name is long as you have a mouth and tongue able to.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

"We just got a coin market cap let's pick and for those eu new to this is just a website that lists all the criville current are the most the cryptocurrencies in order so right now you can see bitcoin is at sixteen thousand five hundred ninety eight two hundred seventy seven billion marquette then you've got a theory i'm bitcoin cash i oda ripple light coin let's look through here are when you're trading are you looking past the top ten usually of course okay so let's keep going good where we're looking when you go a unchanged dean picks theme it's just once himself k so we're going here the margin cat positive number thirty exactly is one called steam it's at a dollar 94 okay it's gotta almost a half a billion mark at four hundred seventy eight minutes really cool brother steve yes theme is kind of like the decentralised read it kind of advantage to now if you went from asian nick money by posting good content okay are you guys are here we can see the volume you can see the volume the only for it so what are you looking at we'll does your volume right there say it out just in case they that's eleven million us dollars or eleven half million usdollars or seven hundred in one bitcoin i that's comfortable woman that's good volume that what are you look for what's too low to lowe's 100 bickering going through there i'm not comfortable with our okay so if it's a hundred this is at seven hundred big one anything under a hundred in for william for him trading for his own account is shitty that's too low they'll get it can't get it in our out fast enough something happened we're on coin market cash dot com.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"This eight week program brock's teaching in at williams teaching i'm bringing the best people will go to titled dot com slash bitcoin podcast that'll take you do the correct page all right so i'm going to go here we're doing arba we just go to coin market cap let's pick and for those eu new to this just a website that lists all the cryptocurrency are the most of the cryptocurrencies in order so right now you can see bitcoin is at sixteen thousand five hundred ninety eight two hundred seventy seven billion marquette then you've got a theory i'm bitcoin cash i oda ripple light coin let's look through here are when your trading are you looking past the top ten usually of course okay so let's keep going good where we logan when you go a a unchartered steam on picks theme support once himself k so we're going here the margin cap positive number thirty exactly is one called steam it's at a dollar 94 okay it's gotta almost a half a billion mark at four hundred seventy eight minutes really cool project to steve yes theme is kind of like the decentralised read it kinda advance now if you went from asian make money by posting good content okay are you guys are here we can see the volume you can see the volume the only for it so what are you looking at we'll does your volume right there saint out just in case they that's eleven million us dollars relevant half million usdollars or seven hundred in one bitcoin i was i that's comfortable woman that's good volley once the what are you look for what's too low to lowe's 100 bitcoin going through there i'm not comfortable with a okay so if it's a hundred this is at seven hundred big want anything under a hundred in for william for him trading for his own account is shitty that's too low so get it can't get it in our out fast enough or something.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Popcast

"Those it just district vis exhibit a little bit of disrespect and i say that if someone that caught a lotta checks off relics shasta my and justin eight him bracket for keeping the kid laced in the late 2000s but threestars come on to shrug we all know what it is i want to say so i found myself increasingly sympathetic to revival the more i listen to which is not a thing that i have felt towards eminem at all in the last ten years i feel i eminem has been making consistently subpar music and even worse than that subpar music that insular and doesn't answer to anything but itself and so obviously when the new record comes around my first instinct is trepidation like deep sigh did you have a similar vibe when i saw that it was like mateen songs in sixty eight minutes long before came out odors shirts i just i learned to spit on my career he literally said did just spilled drink us oh my god areas where he said like teens i mean use an idea zones claim iphone it was like it was like letting sog seventy eight minutes i'm like this is a movie like i could watch like a whole children's movie industry that may not like this is a movie like yo this is a movie yeah it's not tightly get smell out now no like you know like three to a relic like redemption to the main character it all white before we talk about kind of some of the microbes stuff of recent emma nam let's talk about the rollout of this album which which happened in it maybe typically unconventional fashion so the first real thing that we see from eminem in this albums i goal is on the pga pop awards as you guys know on all the btp up hiphop wards the best parts often the ciphers.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

New York Times - Popcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

"Those it just district vis exhibit a little bit of disrespect and i say that if someone that caught a lotta checks off relics shasta my and justin eight him bracket for keeping the kid laced in the late 2000s but threestars come on to shrug we all know what it is i want to say so i found myself increasingly sympathetic to revival the more i listen to which is not a thing that i have felt towards eminem at all in the last ten years i feel i eminem has been making consistently subpar music and even worse than that subpar music that insular and doesn't answer to anything but itself and so obviously when the new record comes around my first instinct is trepidation like deep sigh did you have a similar vibe when i saw that it was like mateen songs in sixty eight minutes long before came out odors shirts i just i learned to spit on my career he literally said did just spilled drink us oh my god areas where he said like teens i mean use an idea zones claim iphone it was like it was like letting sog seventy eight minutes i'm like this is a movie like i could watch like a whole children's movie industry that may not like this is a movie like yo this is a movie yeah it's not tightly get smell out now no like you know like three to a relic like redemption to the main character it all white before we talk about kind of some of the microbes stuff of recent emma nam let's talk about the rollout of this album which which happened in it maybe typically unconventional fashion so the first real thing that we see from eminem in this albums i goal is on the pga pop awards as you guys know on all the btp up hiphop wards the best parts often the ciphers.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on The Nerdist

The Nerdist

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on The Nerdist

"Nso out but the idea was i was in kids which the movie and he's gonna give me some extra money to get she's more scenes he was the movie the yet i think it's great a affair i was like i guarantee of legal backfired i said then his this is what i did to take a seventy two minute film and somehow pat out to seventy eight minutes number one really long titles the of course actually what are the best bits of the movie my brother did the mention it's really good the top sequence then the end credit sequence the rolla by this point people are leaving like oh this is be like eight minutes long like this row a deserted laser dumb gags and like and then the best thing about it is in the middle of the film there was once seen whether the heroes or is there a campfire seen and at the end of the scene the the hero just blows the campfire out with one blow and it goes black and i thought we could push seen in the dock in here so we put in light black leader elect another two minutes and then i got i wrote an extra seeing the the here is just talking in the dark and it was just put in there to try and pat out the values and i read of all sir that's it so became and then i remember what are the reviews that he was in the guardian said it seventy eight minutes outstayed his welcome luck and design snarky i so sergei could go either like that seems like part of your job as a director is to have to run the steeplechase and figure out how to problem solve and how to make things work but i think.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"It is my fifth movie over seventy eight minutes don't get up and that that is the bar and this is the first one to you in west you wrote fistful of fingers by yourself but this is the first one you've written by yourself that i can remember unless you did scott pilgrim were god now in just confused he knew what is the first filmed the i've written cerlo if you discount i think it's okay billy leader took office the things in this country say yes scott is the first vilna roman say yes i cairo assured that how fast the world's end i correct scope yoga but this is my first solo effort right now a some would say well without the other guys i'm out but i i'm here to tell you that this is a great great film g say better without the other guy scott green look different nieto one's been on the show before i listen to it and these guys are deadweight june should have tips them long ago let's bring no no this is a great achievement i was i was talking to a friend you not actually a family member we are at the garden and i was trying to describe the film it is a person who doesn't go to the movies a lot but does get all that was it a family member because you were at the of garden in their your for exactly exactly and so so the looked at me like the title was crazy i said oh it's as its greatest movie called baby driver narrowly baby driver like what are these words doing together and so they asked me what it was and the the best way that i could describe it was it's like if the fast and furious was going on and suddenly the actors in their got tired of it in the director got tired of it and said hey let's do a musical instead.

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"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eight minutes" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"And with a collection of strangers and who i dunno these people who i would ever sit in a room with them we don't know but then the lights go down and suddenly the flickering from the black the back of the room comes as sometimes at twenty four frames per second and uh i'm just transported into another world and unlike why is this real life were everything's cut off at around waist level no this is a film and this is one of the best that i've seen in a long long time i usually can't see a film more than even once sometimes i'm use i'm a guy i i like to bail at the end of the second acts that's that's usually were like you i get it i understand things are said things are bad for the main carrier you like a whole never get any guys the point of light the you know the the point of the movie ally i'm out the way things don't get better after that in movies do you know the bridesmaids has a happy ending she's a depressed she's been scarred but this is this is a great great film edgar you wrote and directed at this is your if i had the guests this is your v film it's my six film ice whereas funny is i i had i made if and when i was twenty which regularly gets slight left off my resume and i never correct them well what is what is that film because i don't i don't believe i've seen your wages stores film is it now i made if and when i was twenty code get ready a fistful of fingers i like esten and um you know so it was a that has that is screamed has screen interact actually had it's like m it never screened in the us until two years ago a family it and i made in nineteen ninetyfive company leave i'm now while i made a night tonight five and when it screamed at the senate family had never screen in north america so recorded the us premium squinzi is lake meanwhile it's a seventy eight minutes long that's i mean that's handling route six minutes at ice credits.

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