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Support grows for Britney Spears in wake of new documentary
"This wild new documentary. It's by the new york. Times which is quite surprising that they get into this tabloid gossipy world right hold framing britney spears and it really really focuses on her life. It's only seventy five minutes. It's worth watching. But there's certain things that are said in this documentary that today has britney's fans demanding. Justin timberlake owes her apology. Remember when they broke up. I was back in two thousand and three. Diane sawyer did an interview with britney and she really asked us some sharp questions saying the following quote. You broke his heart. You did something that caused him so much pain so much suffering. What did you do. Britney sort of fumbled the answer. Here she was still very young and she said there's two sides of a story technically just it's not wrong but technically he's not right either now fans that manning that just in owes her an apology. Did you watch this documentary. Yes ruptured and this is the case of. You know britney spears has very passionate fans and rightfully so just as many artists do but to say you know just to know for what though again it like britney said even though there's two sides to the story you and i both know there's three there's there's there's there's hers and then the little mix of both but of course britney fans jump to like nope just a an apology just got. Justin got trolled this weekend. Justin timberlake got troll this weekend. To where janet jackson fan say can't believe just didn't justin timberlake was a part of ruining two of the biggest pop careers ever janet jackson and britney spears like just literally sitting at home doing nothing right now in hebrew. Just saying right exactly
Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"
"Jeff. i have a lot of questions about antimatter. But can you just start with regular mater. What is that. Yeah so a refresher for who don't remember regular matters abroad category for everything. So you're matter i'm matter. The studios matter the microphones. Yeah i get it matter and we matter. It's a nice thought. Yeah and as matter were all made of atoms. So you're bunch of adamson the shape of an emily corn. And i'm tabatha the shape of a jeff brumfield now for antimatter. I'm actually going to let another jeffrey. Who knows a lot more. Physics denied to answer this one. His name is jeffrey hengst. And he's a researcher at our house university in denmark. And to i. I think of it as kind of an evil twin of the stuff that makes up our everyday world intriguing. Go on it is it is. It's just this kind of opposite matter. It's like this muir to everything that's around us so antimatter. It's here right now yet. I mean it's a little more complicated than that but anti matters real stuff and it exists in our universe and actually before anyone ever even detected it. They predicted it because math. The equations of physics demanded in fact it was discovered that way by coming up with an equation that predicted his existence. Nobody was really looking for it. And i am not going to attempt to describe the fundamental equations of physics on this podcast. Because i don't really understand them But hank says the closest analogy. He's got for us mortals to think about. Is this math problem. What's the square root of four two very but there's a second solution negative to allocate right because negative negative to is four so the way you just went straight to two. That's exactly kind of what happened in physics like there were these equations and there was a positive set of solutions for particles and negative said and everyone was like the negative set. What does that even mean. That's nonsense but it turned out there. Worthies negative particles. They did exist in. They're called antimatter. Oh okay so there's this theoretical idea of antimatter kicking around for awhile. Which kind of explains what it is. But what is it exactly. Here's the thing it really is like opposite matter. Protons remember protons. Yeah their positively charged subatomic particles. They are anti. Protons are negatively charged electrons their negatively charged and their anti particles are positively charged. This is kind of amazing. It is kind of amazing. And here's the best part. It actually lives up to the sci-fi analogy so just go with your sifi brain and i get it emily. You're more of like colin firth. Pride and prejudice bbc. You know no shame in it. There isn't there isn't i've seen it probably more times than you have in my life. But what do you think happens when matter and antimatter Get together when they actually meet okay. If anti matters the evil twin the fight they do will. They do like in a jane austen novel. They do. Well you're not too far off. I'm going to let the actual experts explain it to you. And i have a tendency to cancel each other out a minute. Where's this under. Certain conditions when to identify articles of matter. Antimatter meet these. Are your experts. Jeff captain kirk and is that leonard nimoy as relationship. Yes total complete absolute annihilation. Spock it is. That's right and you're right. That's star trek season. One episode twenty-seven original track the best track. But here's the thing eveline. It's actually a hundred percent accurate or pretty close so the universe won't end if antimatter and matter meat. But the two particles do disappear in a flash of light. The anti-matter can't exist in the presence of matter. The science fiction stuff comes in these things really do annihilate each other if you get together okay. So i've covered a lot of physics over the years and this is pretty much the only case where the sci-fi and the reality match although i will say annihilation is actually a lot less sexy in real life it's really Just annoying to have to deal with something that you have to make that the universe is trying to destroy and every every every turning point be an antimatter physicist it it is. I mean he's literally been doing this since the ninety s and like he does get a little frustrated. All right you said earlier that antimatter. It's here in this universe but this universe is full of matter and i don't see any antimatter lurking around. So where is it if it's existing theory but it's hard to find in reality. I don't get this you know who else doesn't get it. Every physicist on earth this is one of the fundamental questions the equation say there should be as much antimatter matter but in practice. Antimatter is actually super hard. To find and hank says nobody knows why there aren't any good ideas about this. I mean physicists. Do see little bits of antimatter here. and there. In fact anti electrons for i discovered in cosmic rays coming from deep space way back in the nineteen thirties. And actually i've got another natural source of antimatter right here in the studio emily in this room. Yes ready yes this banana. What are you talking about this real episode. This is an episode about nothing and tomfoolery. Hold the banana to make sure it's real. I'll explain yes okay so obviously. The banana is not anti matter. But here's the thing about bananas. Bananas are full of potassium. Which is really good for you. But there's also a radioactive isotope potassium into banana called potassium forty. This is a naturally occurring. isotope So some porsche. The potassium in the banana is potassium. Forty now here's the thing. Potassium forty when it decays releases an electron but very very very very rarely it releases an anti electron. So if we just hold this banana and wait for for. How long are we waiting. Okay we'd have to seventy five minutes. We're at ten minute podcast. Geoff just sit here for seventy five minute. What i'm hearing is seven part series on antimatter. Emily kwan and a meditation silence. That's right no so. On average this entire banana will spit out. One anti-electron every seventy five minutes. I think this really makes the point. Well right like antimatter exists. It's not some parallel universe but one tiny anti trump for trillions of banana adams is like even. That's a pretty rare thing to have. Happened and jeffrey wants a lot more than that. That's why he's at this giant particle accelerator cernan switzerland. Okay so tell me what. He's up to their well. Hanks wants lots of anti electrons. And in this is key anti protons. Hey so it turns out the anti electrons are kind of easy. You can find other radioactive sources Besides bananas that can make a lot more of them and then the elevator makes anti protons. And here's the thing so you have to very carefully hang us to bring the anti protons in the anti electrons together we call it s- merge it's a smooz merge merge but even after that merge they still end up with a lot of antimatter just disappearing. Thirty million anti protons. That's converted two hundred thousand or so trapped. Anti protons of those will get twenty or thirty that actually make anti hyphen that we can use well. Willow anti-hydrogen is that what i just heard. Jeff what is that. Anti-hydrogen is just one anti electron orbiting one anti protons and it's the antimatter. Equivalent of the lightest element on earth. So that's regular hydrogen willing to go to all this trouble just to get a few atoms of anti-hydrogen but why go through all the trouble you know of making andy hydrogen okay. So here's the thing. He's hoping to get some clues from anti-hydrogen about matter antimatter and the thinking goes like this. Hydrogen is the lightest element in the universe and hydrogen is probably the thing we know best. We've been studying it forever. We really understand it. So by looking very very carefully at anti-hydrogen. He's hoping that they can learn more about what's going on with antimatter. And that's basically what he's doing he's using lasers all kinds of stuff to probe this anti-hydrogen to see how it behaves. Well has shed any light on where the rest of the antimatter is. Not yet not yet. And so far. Anti-hydrogen is behaving exactly as predicted by all those fundamental physics equations. And so far with the places that we've looked and to the precision with which we've looked they're the same and that's kind of a problem because they also say there should be much matters antimatter unless they can find some sort of deviation it may not be possible to figure out you know where the antimatter went. So we don't have any clues but that's okay because he's just
Astronomy from Mars: NASA's Curiosity Rover Snaps Images
"Occasionally. Even Nastase Curiosity rover stops to gaze at the stars. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future it was the two, thousand, seven, hundred, eighty, four, th day, or soul on Mars. NASA's curiosity rover aimed its mast cameras skyward about seventy five minutes. After sunset the purpose of the brief I session was to gauge the twilight brightness during this time of the year on Mars, there's more dust in the air to reflect sunlight making it particularly bright similar to bright twilights on earth after large volcanic eruptions on this particular evening the dust in the Martian. Atmosphere was thick enough that not even moderately bright stars were visible, but a to image twilight. Panorama reveals earth in one frame and Venus in the other both planets appear as mere pinpoints of light in the distance since landing in two thousand twelve, the rover has captured Blue Martian sunsets, passing asteroids and images of Mars two moons, Phobos, and Dimas as they transited across the sun and the images captured by curiosity make astronomers here on earth long for a chance at stargazing for months
NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review
"Soccer's back soccer's back like we've watched it. We've seen it's. Forty minutes worth of it. Those the they fly by five hundred minutes fly by really yeah, especially when they're broken down in segments good. I'm glad they took my advice on that because I know the original plan was every match one after the continuously? Yeah, the the ninety ninety minute was was controversial, but I'm glad they went with it. You know it's every now and again I have good ideas. Any any who Mike. We have lots to talk about as we record. This are six matches into the Challenge Cup tournament. Every team is have Janssen play. What's four teams have played twice us, or we're going to dig into. These gives quick reactions and have look forward to to the next up around imagine by kicking off the. Match on CBS. Half a million people tuned in to watch North Carolina Courage Portland Mozart. Most watched. Time incredible and it'd be so much of all time. It was a higher view than a few EPL matches. That happened that day. It was a all cases a pretty strong success of course Mike I know. If you had your druthers, things, soccer wise would have done. A little courage defeated Portland thorns two to one. This thing was scoreless. Seventy five minutes in for Denia scored off of Haley Mace Cross Italy trying to watch so much soccer in the last couple of days, trying to like the July's all the goals correctly of course, Charlotte equalizing in the eightieth minute Lynn Will Williams putting North Carolina ahead in. In stoppage, time I'm just going to cut right over to you. First Match Back Challenge Cup immediate reactions. This was incredible and I say this is the thorns fan heard about the loss, but this was a fantastic match. You know you've got a big rivalry between the courage and the thorns lot of history there, we didn't know what it would look like with. You know such a long hiatus structure to the preseason, but it didn't disappoint new look lot of new faces for the thorns, but I think they exceeded a lot of expectations, goalkeeper bill, bixby and her and wwl debut had some phenomenal saves against you know. Courage onslaught, tons set pieces good work in the midfield by Lindsay Horon Rocky Rodriguez. The courage didn't quite look like the courage that we're used to. It wasn't quite the smooth billed from the back fast pace attack that we've come to know one love that being said they found a way to to make it happen, and their crosses into the box were lethal, and that's got the job done for them. Yeah I think a theme because we're obviously talking about the courage again toward the end of this I, think team on sing with North Carolina. They're known for their depth. They're known for their cardio. They're known for their technical skill level. And obviously just having a deep deep deep roster, topics, players, and it just always seems to come down to the same two or three people. With things close out I mean you're talking about a phenomenal group of talented players. The end the day comes down to Denia and. Then Williams. It's interesting. It really isn't ensemble and I. I think I think they did great work, but but you're right. It came down to that, and you know Lynn Williams's well on her way to. Showing up SAM curve the for the Golden Boot of the tournament at least. Yeah I at this point I'm. Talking about we're talking three goals at two games, it's you know it's obviously phenomenal performance on her independence looking well. Haley Haley Mason Samuel Ev looks really strong on the distribution end I think that they look pretty locked in there I think I'm Portland's, and it's hard to say there weren't too many heavy. This isn't necessarily the case where I think you're looking t better, dead or a lot of ways i. feel like Portland made a handful of mistakes that led them to give up two late goals True and one thing you have to say for Portland to not only are they coming in with a largely new team They've gotten hit. Pretty hard by the injury bug. You know we had eighty franch this out of the tournament. number one draft Sophea Smith didn't play. We don't know when we're going to see her. So we saw a lot of new faces, and they still put up a good fight. No, absolutely I actually one thing. I really came to Portland After this match, they were one of the most. It was one of the most sound defensive performances we'd seen across all the matches. We watch so far like I said I just think this. This was a case where the courage were able to take their strengths finder blemish where they could fit something in They're just phenomenally talented. When it comes to responding to cross well laser accuracy with that, you know finding people and bill each something that the bread butter, too, and they were able to connect it right the right time toward the end of the match I. They knew that they're conditioning. Just with depth of their roster helped them a lot which makes their most recent match all the more interesting overall i. Definitely felt like a good showing on both ends in, and really was a tough break. This is definitely it really would have benefited Portland to get points here and yeah. Yeah stoppage it was e can't get more dramatic, so it was. It lived up. Tech speculations
Arsenal's Terrible Day
"Leboeuf Shack Hissel and Craig Burley with Craig. Let's start showing with to city against also. It went pretty much exactly as you would expect it to. Well Yeah McCullough. Expecting such Leandra and bring David Luiz on, but you know dovid Louise was form. It was a sham books Listen I. Don't think this would been macchia game to be quite frank. Eleven v Eleven I think it was heading. That way anyway has mistaken any sending all just optional. Final Nail Nicole Fan. We said it before the lockdown to. Red in the face off no need. A massive overhaul got some good young kids wrote some decent young kids become law deadwood they're. Dead Wood on big money and tetter at needs to get a heck of a job. He's gotten his hands. Talk to me about victories. Well, it's it's. It's sad. Because when you're a defender, you don't WanNa. See that say so pulling in another way because we know that concede for penalties and was in you is the most player was involving bigger zeroes in? Enduring during the premier league season, so you Saad and now I was rather talk about the Brune was read the man of the match, but it's true that he made two big mistakes were alone Manchester your city to score two goals and I think he doesn't see a stunning. He made the hour. We can see him turning and realizing that. Rhyme sterling just beyond him. I always thought that the. Devotees was a good player. A great player, but none of defender is is is a midfield player. It doesn't want to make sure that. You defend well first, and then you think about enjoying life. It's it's. It's what you have to do I. Function when your defender. You make sure you clear. The books need to play with the ball. Saka it. How would you feel if? Teammate, considering you comes on, and does all of this. I really don't know at. This discussion about about Louis well, if not every weekend. To. Protect. It was an opportunity for him. You lose to play through injury. No you stabbed Lewis comes in and does as he does. I can say tongue-in-cheek, maybe Louise not being available for the next three weeks kind of balancing out because he's been that poor at least i. Wouldn't have to answer to those upstairs as to why he's leaving DABID Luigia, manny to call on on some of the is young and up and coming players, but it's not the started also wanted surprise surprise. You have to put this behind. You somehow asked on are leaving everybody scratching and scratching their heads as their how they can be this. Let let that Don. Let. Let's cut through most of here. David Luiz. Full. Right back the problem Moustapha. Football Club was an argument to say shock should fit because not good enough, also just about to get to shift that football club, but some clone give him a three hundred thousand plus a week contract. Right for a guy who's been liability. By signs the mid by decisions. Right that's the bottom line, young and experienced manager WHO's been in the game a long time, but not in management and he's left with us. And he's going to be questioned. And Haste. Underline. I mean what the Hell was wrong. I mean it's essentially again. He's carrying a knock against it, but is he not a better option as good as catchy as a youngster? Is he a better option to be playing from the star? All these decisions football club need to be questioned, but Davidge and There was a story. Lose? A story twenty four hours ago. This is incredible. The Artisanal wanted to begin David Luiz in new contracts in them as a role model sit, there was a key part of helping. Just incredible, just incredible. They're not a bad word. Apples and deadwood. Sorry, they have this football club, and until the psalter until the alter the nothing more than mid table, mediocrity cranky mention. Arteta said after the game his decision not to include him in the squad tactical. I mean I've never heard anything so stupid. Normal life apart from that alarm going off the driving whoever that is. I just don't get I just don't it's not? Yes he wasn't going to play. Say and in a nutshell tells the story, right? Play, but at least if you've got a guy who can potentially change game if arsenal where to hold, it is zero zero for seventy five minutes or something like that that you could bring on, and he can maybe open the door, so don't tell me it's tactical. You making yourself look stupid, right? It's not tactical is a waste of space these days right but. But. They've lumbered themselves with this player. I would prefer of Mykola out and said you know what I'm not GonNa get from our tests or what I need, so if left him in London of left them. They are rather bring the kids. I would respect more. He said that, but don't come out and tell his AAC tactical because that's nonsense
Arsenal Crash Out of Europa League
"Kick things off in the League also against Olympiakos. What a dramatic ending to the game but also without one win in Greece. They didn't they make it through. However Olympia with council out in the second half of this game. See say with the go after avenue for what that would take us into extra-time a brilliant goal from Obama fantastic scissor-kick would make one one on the night two one on aggregate. That would be enough but then arriving in the last minute of extra time would score. That would see Olympia Costco through on the away. Goals robot away the late John Through family. And who you put your house on scoring. How did he puts it wide. Also out of the euro per league. We'll talk to the boys in the studio. And let's stop. Shall we Juliana wrong? Jules we know a big heart piece. Your heart isn't ps some of reserved for arsenal gutted. I think it's a tough nut to take forward the the author funds the of the way happened. Obviously with the the late Gore fall got goose and die by Obama young in the last minute of added time of extra time but also let's be honest. It was a poor performance. I think the attitude was no rights. They looked to be complacent. That no Sean Tiger. For the first one seventy five minutes of that game so in the end is the harsh defeat any Sahara eliminatation but also on the night tonight. There was just off the game too much. Who Do you blame more Stevia Pammy late missile David Lewis and he's defending? I think I think at the end of the day we'll mistakes as players and the players led from the mistakes and what dovid Louise didn't do. He didn't learn from his mistake with the first goal. Because you're in zone regardless of the opposition when the ball comes in your area you have to attack the ball. He didn't do it and didn't learn because the bulls flung again at the end of the game and he didn't attack it so at at an absolutely avid louise. It's an ongoing issue. Without defendants said pieces is a problem area for them and Wyoming end score is a great goal and even after all the struggles that you've had in this game he's gray goal and now you're through. All you have to see is the last two minutes of the match. And then that's it you're going to the next round. It wasn't pretty. It was it was. It must have been learning experience for us. And that's the way that I would have spun this whole story. But you're not able to defend properly said peace and then see you guys later take. Here's the other thing. I was here about Arsenal for whatever reason they thought that after winning the first game the first late one nothing that it was it was all done. That's the way they approach is game as if they had already advanced. The truth of the matter is that where arsenal is right now. They're not good enough to be complacent they're not good enough to like energy. They're not good enough to just be a team that is going to show up and you'll say now we just going to play around on. We'll see our way through to the next round. They're not good enough to be doing that. The players know that but the problem is that they cannot find any sort of consistency with their level of play. One day they look good the next day. They don't look so good one they look okay then the next day. Look what the one thing that they've been consistent about is poor defending set pieces Steve. I'll tell ya after the game. Lambasting his defense four goals conceded in last two matches from set pieces. Surely this is something you can work on in the training ground isn't it? I know that we talked about the personnel. The arsenal have and. It's not good enough but surely this is something you can actually physically help with. On a day to day train. You can work on the train and field all day every day seven days a week but if you have players who don't get it and they'll tell you they get but then they step on the field and continue to make the same mistakes and that's exactly what are still have been doing for the last two or three seasons defensively so the comes at time and I've been seeing all year long. The comes a time when it's not about the tactics or the coach. A suburb and Avid Louise. In particular has shown time and time again. He's making mistakes as a set of bike and it's cost and his team and until there's a change until Louise's moved that position and a better players and as you asked me you can walk all day long on an Infield but if you've got players who can't do the job isn't changing Joe's big picture. How big is this defeat for our so considering you up an argument was a great chance to qualify for the Champions League? Yes huge blow. Because of that obviously because that was maybe the easiest way because they can still finish fifth save city are buying for next. Season's Champions League they only four points behind but you would fancy that competition. So that's used blows so she's reforming ties went because he's a proper step back of why you've been trying to do and the resort. That been okay since he took over. There's been some improvement on the on. The field on the field going forward especially attacking wise defensively still issues and he has an address them well enough at the moment and avenue for him. It will be a setback and I think this issue tonight. Psychologically they go again on Monday night in the ETHICA. That's a hell of a tricky game away from home against a team that would have nothing to lose in a cup game in a hosted environments against the team that is playing really well in the lower leagues but also a team that would love that kept Gammon love trying to put more pressure on us on especially after tonight so the next few games will be very important for the where artists are trying to get his plays back on track for Monday. Night's
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Talk a little about the energy the show has because the one that I I'm really interested in people see that they come back fired up about it is not just what you do this it's really interesting we we know that the you guys are all good musicians especially show that you've been doing for a while how do you keep that energy that excitement I will like I said it's it's really challenging so both so one one thing we did last year is we brought into the mail background singers and and so adding them to the static of the show but also adding those parts and really took it to another level that keeps it exciting and interesting on the bass player Chris Nichols we're always coming up with new bits to do on stage and and I always like to leave room for for improv and and to be in the moment and in the arrangement of the arrangements for what happens in between I like to just go off the cuff little because you never know what what happens in a lot of times I fall flat on my face and you know honestly I don't mind that either because it's funny as long as a person can be authentic when they're **** up and not try to cover up your okay in a lot of fun happens without tell us about a time when you did someone in war all my god this really works and I wasn't sure what you know is a lot of stuff like that you know we still work with Chris and I built a bar totally collapsible you serve to be able to tour with it and so we put this far out on stage and then the jewel it was no my wife did all the choreography in the show she comes out dressed as a bartender and we weren't sure if this is going to work but we roll this this far out and she's she's gonna clean and on the bar and pours me drink I go into Frank Sinatra's of one for My Baby and so I'm smoking affects around on stage and the whole thing I'm not really an actor who you know at home a lot of the other stuff and I was very very nervous about it but it was it was a real smash and so that you know we finish the intro on smoking a cigarette and then the bar which she throws her hat often goes everywhere in the bar rolls off and then we go into them to the rock and roll revision of the one for My Baby in this kind of meat the fact that you do that if you do these kind of matches really pull that off if you don't have a lot of respect for the original right that's key and the funny thing is with the Dennis Bovell show last year we've done that several times but I decided to do my way my way is is is on the album and we took some liberties with it most for the most part most arrangements were very careful to keep its like I said the melting the lyrics to do the original version with my way we took a little bit liberty in the rhythm of the chorus and and how I sing it and after we performed it on on the Dennis will show Dennis came to me somebody who's doing ever do that song on the show again I was I was taken aback by as I thought we really did a great job and I know we feel that we did the crowd loved it but for him it was like you know I don't he said I don't even do that my way on that my way is a special song you got to be a certain place in your life to be able to do that I think me because of my age possibly maybe a younger of experience it yet so there's got to be careful it's it's with Frank Sinatra Dean Martin the stars you you really you gotta be sure that you're really paying homage to him yeah and so we we went into it that way and so no I I consider the responsibility if you will and and it's an honor to be doing that so I will go back on this on the show and I will do this on again and Dennis will be mad at me again but that's just the way it goes it's rock and roll right in Vegas after where are you playing these days I know what kind of very you know like everybody you know can we move around town civil war were formally find well right now we're working on a on a deal to do a residency lounge situation but not do it as a typical like three of course at night it'll be a two appearances in or in one night and look at seven o'clock shown on a collection of seventy five minute show just like we do when we do the performing arts centers and stuff that's in the works for you know we're doing we do stuff with Boyd gaming like Maryland's lounges of phone lines we do we do cabaret jazz of the Smith center regularly were doing a show there may second of course approach right place it's our one of our favorite venues in town and when we do to go to shows like that we always my favorite charity in town is dangerous for children so we donate fifty percent of the ticket proceeds directly to seem to dress for children who have been doing that for a while now we're doing a show the Italian American club on March eighth which is coming up here in a couple weeks another another real kind of cool okay should always go to wrestle somebody's dot com and see all the current dates to replicate that that pretty up to date thing only serving well Michael what a pleasure thanks so much thank you shows in great meals are a part of the biggest experience the show is exercise and not just from walking on the strip any visit to Las Vegas includes.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Variety of world council just to find out where and when finally talk a little about the energy the show has because the one that I I'm really interested in people see that they come back they are fired up about it is not just what you do this it's really interesting we we know that the you guys are all good musicians especially show that you've been doing for a while how do you keep that energy that excitement I will like I said it's it's really challenging so both so one one thing we did last year is we brought into the mail background singers and and so adding them to the static of the show but also adding those parts and really took it to another level that keeps it exciting and Christian are the bass player Chris Nichols we're always coming up with new bits to do on stage and and I always like to leave room for for in process and and to be in the moment and in the arrangements of the arrangements for what happens in between I like to just go off the cuff little because you never know what what happens in a lot of times I fall flat on my face and you know honestly I don't mind that either because it's funny as long as a person can be authentic when they're **** up and not try to cover up your okay in a lot of fun happens without tell us about a time when you did someone in war all my god this really works and I wasn't sure what you know is a lot of stuff like that you know we so we're with Chris and I built a bar totally collapsible you serve to be able to roll with it and so we put this far out on stage and then the Joe what it was now my wife did all the choreography in the show she comes out dressed as a bartender and we weren't sure if this is going to work but we roll this this far out and she's she's gonna clean and on the bar and pours me drink and I go into Frank Sinatra's of one for My Baby and so I'm smoking affects around on stage in the whole thing and I'm not really an actor who you know at home a lot of the other stuff and I was very very nervous about it but it was it was a real smash and so the video we finish the intro on smoking the cigarette and then the bar she throws her hat often goes everywhere in the bar rolls off and then we go into the to the rock and roll overs in those once my baby in this kind of meat the fact that you do that a you do these kind of matches really pull that off if you don't have a lot of respect for the original right that's key and the funny thing is with the Dennis will show last year we've done that several times but I decided to do my way my way is is is on the album and we took some liberties with it most from for the most part most arrangements were very careful to keep its like I said the mail in the lyrics to to the original version with my way are we took a little bit liberty in the rhythm of the chorus and and how I sing it and after we performed it on on the Dennis will show Dennis came to me so I need to do is to never do that song on the show again I was I was taken back by the end I thought we really did a great job and I know we feel that we did the crowd loved it but for him it was like you know I don't he said I don't even do that my way on that my way is a special song you got to be a certain place in your life to be able to do that I think me because of my age possibly maybe a younger of experience it yet so there's got to be careful if with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin the songs you really you gotta be sure that you're really paying homage to him yeah and so we we went into it that way and so no I I consider the responsibility if you will and and it's an honor to be doing that so I will go back on this on the show and I will do this on again and Dennis will be mad at me again but that's just the way it goes it's rock and roll right in Vegas after where are you playing these days I know what kind of very you know like everybody you know can we move around town civil war were formally find well right now we're working on a on a deal to do a residency lounge situation but not do it as a typical like three or four set night it'll be a two appearances in or in one night and look at seven o'clock shown on a collection of seventy five minute show just like we do when we do the performing arts centers and stuff that's in the works but you know we're doing we do stuff with Boyd gaming like Maryland's lounges of phone lines we do we do coverage as of the Smith center regularly were doing a show there may second of course to proceed right place it's our one of our favorite venues in town and when we do to go to shows like that we always my favorite charity in town is dangerous for children so we don't a fifty percent of the ticket proceeds directly to seem to dress for children who have been doing that for awhile now we're doing a show the Italian American club on March eighth which is coming up here in a couple weeks another another real kind of cool location you always go to wrestle somebody's dot com and see all the current dates to replicate that that pretty up to date thing only certainly well Michael what a pleasure thanks thank.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast
"Just make take a chance and get there early to be weightless okay and if you're not actively go maybe going and cancelled if somebody that's under weightless two heads up of hey there's spot you're going to be able to jump in and grab that spot for those sessions exactly that it's just kind of like you know when you're at the airport I'm trying to get an upgrade doubt anyone canceled their requests to get an upgrade but still it kind of works in that same process and then show up you said five minutes early point in time then right before the session you're going to start automatically canceling people that aren't there and letting in bystanders and give them the chance to experience conference from zero to the end so I got a we talked about some of that we had some meetings to prepare for these assured in and how you're going to mix people up and kind of what the setup is GonNa look like can we talk about consumer that reload yes so UN conferences the whole idea is that different to any other session that you do it ignite mainly because he gets to interact not guarding do not expect that you will just sit the politely Laptop Takes Nights and quiet most of the time in fact the facilitator encompasses likely to do a lot less token than any other session at Microsoft ignite they going to be leading discussions give you some material for us to have some discussions within your table but it's a great opportunity for you to network and while many of you have lots of Wednesday you get to reunite with at the event in Orlando we do WanNa try and randomize the tables sitting at Sir will be issuing numbers within the cure to deliberately make sure we sit with people that e Dardar and ultimately all they're because you're super interested in the topics aw what a great opportunity feed network with people who also care about this particular session the chances that you get expanded network just by attending conferences Isar I'm really excited to say one people really enjoy the sessions as a- and to whether they get to increase the network make new contacts they could use for whatever reason it'll be really awesome sir and you mentioned sitting around tables to so this isn't where you're going to sit in rows of chairs facing the front like some of the other main sessions but you're going to be sitting in small groups around a few different tables in the room and interacting with people at your table as the idea exactly so we've got tables of eight planned and I'm leaving it pretty open to the on conference facilitators on how they want to plan the seventy five minute sessions they want people to move around at some point that's totally okay but we've got table debate we've got screen so people to use the facilitators us where aiming to randomize or however you WanNa plan that seventy five minutes is is really up to the facilitator should be on Scott's GonNa have all the attendees of his.
Russian Jet Conducts 'Unsafe' Intercept of US Navy Plane
"Called an unprovoked and irresponsible act. The US Sixth, Fleet says a US p eight a Poseidon aircraft flying in international airspace. Over the Mediterranean, Sea was intercepted by a Russian aircraft. Three times over the course of one hundred seventy five minutes yesterday Russian officials have neither confirm nor deny the incident and you're listening to USA radio news.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Dude Soup
"Writing is just worse. Man, I never thought the writing was good. I never thought the right. I was at the writing was pretty good for what it was. But this is a subtle. This is a television show. This is not a book it turned. And people just saying out loud, how they feel, which is bad, right? Whine about it. All it has to motivate action because there's not much left. Yeah. And so, for right now with the book, like I was watching when I was watching t ten episodes of through season three let's say, if felt like I was reading a mother fucking book, and I was like, what am I doing? Why am I wasting seventy five minutes on a literally at eighteen minutes scene of dialogue? Like I was like there, there's other way better television. I was watching at the time that is why I feel like this is all paying me off now. And that's what the books were building up to always always building up to huge conclusions huge battles. This was never gonna be sir c and Jamie talking about something for forty five minutes, and I guess we'll shake hands and move on. That was never going to be that it was always going to be huge Bals explosions like that was the point of those seasons. That's what I got from the. Books when I was reading was like, man, I can't wait for six and seven books six seven. And when I was like, I know four and five boy, five of the slog boy as long book. But I'm gonna get to those explosions. We're gonna get to them, and it's going to be great because I got the character development. I got what I got what I wanted more than I won't do. Well, I was gonna say, sometimes, I think that perspective sometimes is. I really don't wanna do this homework because homework sucks. That's the so that was the point the point was the character interaction. Well, no. I'm saying, I'm saying in defense of people being upset survi- I think, I think sometimes you're doing homework and you're like ERM more math, equations. But then you go to the store when you're thirty five years old, and, you know how to calculate the tip, if you die lying homework because you got to that point. So I do think those slogs like those early slogs are the reason people, actually care. What happens to them? Now absolute. That's what I'm saying. That's why I'm so excited about it. Otherwise, I just watched six seasons. What seven and eight I just watched season seven and eight, but that's why I'm so excited. Go ahead of these, I guess, just it's just for me. Like when. When sir, c has sent Braun to go kill Jamie and Tyrian. And there's no real resolution to that beyond them going. We'll pay you more and Jamie goes to sir c and he just like takes her in his arms and goes, we'll be together like I kind of want them to have a little bit more of an eloquent conversation about what they're deeper relationship it like I just I do not disagree with you. You'll so hall was more time devoted to Jamie. Get finding closure with Brolin, than there was devoted to him. Find enclosure with Suzy young. Yeah. Well, we also another dead, but I, I do not disagree with you on that, like, and I think everybody's point is actually well taken on that on every scene, where the they should have their closing off closing off characters, it should have been longer like it should have been the hound and aria should have been had a little more time to talk Jamie and Saint deal. I agree with us. Some of the dialogue that I think, is, there is just kind of weak to you may have shot longer scenes and cut him. That's true. That's absolutely true. I know. But I I there is. Was. Yeah. At read, if you if you can put that on the shelf for a minute of, say, do we need a segue into it? I was gonna say, you can make a website with all of the suggested changes. You have to game thrones, and let that be a portfolio for your TV directing career as best they got right now. I base. Hey squarespace. They're sponsoring this podcast.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"If you weren't able to get through on the phone lines, just then be the first person to go to clean, my heater dot com. Fill out the radio discount request form be the first person to click submit, and we'll get you one of these. But you got to be the first person. Okay, that's clean, my heater dot com. Now, look I wanna talk a little bit about the drive by maintenance. Okay. Somebody were sitting there laughing going, what's the drive-by maintenance? Well, if you have somebody come out to your house for an air conditioning or heating tuneup that leaves after only spending thirty forty minutes doing a tune-up, frankly, if it's less than seventy five minutes, it's a drive-by tuneup too. So what do you wanna do if you've got one of those companies? Well, I'll tell you exactly what to do next time. They call to schedule the maintenance for you, ask them to have the technician give you a sixty second heads up before he gets to the house a quick telephone call. And when you get that telephone call have your check already written out and just as quickly as you can run up to the end of the driver. The technician drives by hold that checkout and slap it right in his hand drives by okay? Because you're not really getting anything. And in some cases, they're doing more harm than good. You can't do tuneup in twenty thirty or forty minutes. Okay. It's not possible. Now, I'm offering this for seventy nine dollars today. But you only get one shot at it. Okay. At least for the seventy nine dollars. From that point forward. You'll see.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You to stop music is I'm gonna start dancing. This is what happens all the time. I'm sitting here conversation with Jonathan Walden is twelve lies that hold America captive in the truth that sets us free. So how would you respond to if somebody says to you, it just sounds like you're down on America warrior, anti-american, and aren't all countries in the world on some level flawed because they're run by people, and the, you know, they're they're there. How do you? Because I think I would argue that the good thing about America. Is it makes it possible to live out your Christian faith, another you won't be persecuted? For living out your Christian faith in America. And North Korea were in China or Saudi Arabia. If you say what we believe you're gonna have a tough time, you're going to be a second class citizen because you can't say that you need to you don't have religious liberty in this country. You have liberty to be an atheist to be a Christian to be an agnostic to be Muslim to be do. Whatever you wanna do you have legal liberty. Around the world that is not something most people have. So so that makes you said a whole lot. I always try nowhere. It's so I came from. I just came from our banner right abandoned, the largest missions conference in in America. Every three years definitely understand persecution and the the rampant violence against Christians in in and around the world, right? So that I I think what is unhelpful is to say every sermon needs to preach every message. Right. So this book is not about every Babylon. This book is about the Babylon than we live. Okay. So it's civic critique of of America because we live in America. And you have some things to say about what you call a white folk legend, other what you're talking about some assumptions, I think where people blurred the lines between what it is to be a. Follower of Jesus. And what it is to be America. So I would say it's not a blur the line. It's a blatant exchange. I think I think it's very very clear when we dive into scripture, so for example, when Peter comes to Jesus, and he says, well, when are you going to restore the kingdom Israel, right, right? That is not blurred lines. Right. That's like when are you going to overthrow Rome? So that we can be okay. Because right now, we're being tapped right now being like we need to be. Okay. So he's looking for a clear political answer to his problems, right and LIZA says you don't get that rate because the kingdom of God. Like there is no political solution to an existential crisis. Right. There is no political solution to the correct, right? And so I think particularly with this book the reality of suffering persecution. I don't see suffering and persecution as an enemy of church Christian is persecuted. What happens is we go to scripture, and we say his kingdom is coming. He's building negates gave helps enough avail against it. If I am persecuted than what actually is happening is I'm living into the call of that. That is correct. But when we're talking about social Justice, if I see someone being persecuted if I see someone being enslaved, okay? I looked to my Christian heroes like William Wilberforce who said because I believe in the God of the bible. Neither have a moral obligation to help those who are enslaved. And today, we have the same thing. In other words, even though somebody who is and slaved. Yes. Can walk with Jesus even as a slave because he's free in Christ. But I still have an obligation to try to live those things out in this world. So let's make that super practical. Right. Right. So there are around me, and you right now couple blocks away a concentration of seventy five minutes. Parlors right. We mapped them their massage part like seventy five in like a five or six block radius. Right. There were women and girls and boys and men right now anywhere in New York City, and I would say anywhere around the country. Iraq and make a phone call and have a man or woman delivered to me by someone. Right. Like, that's true. So if that's true, and it's been true forever. Right. Like, we've a history of exploitation and violence since the fall Abraham tried to pimp out Sarah right for safety twice saying he wasn't going to do it. Right. So we do that. We we exploit the people that we care about post to care about right for our own personal gain. And when you when you say that some people do that. But I mean you, and I are not making those phone calls to get delivered to us. But people who look like you and me, and I would dare say me in the past or present. And hopefully in the future watch porn is the exact same thing exploitation by so we participate in so what does our resistance look like because what we're talking about in fighting for quote, unquote, biblical Justice. I don't say social Justice, a biblical Justice. Right. If we're going to do that like what does prayerful Christ centered biblical resistance? Look like, okay. In prayer full crisis in biblical resistance. Does not always look like not going to the cross does not always look like having a stone thrown at you. Does not always look like saying, you know, what we need this thing to change. So for example, the largest churches in most thriving places are thriving under persecution. Right. Why? Because the reality is his kingdom is coming to the gates of snap fairly against it. So the revival in Iran is happening in spite of what's happening in Iran, right there in China is happening in spite of right? The reality that the faith that my wife has and the faith of the church that she grew up in planted by watchmen knee. That's a fundamentally different kind of faith. Right. So when I ask her, hey, what's your church doing for Easter? She goes every every day is resurrection day, right because she is obviously not a Catholic. So she didn't grow up in that. But she grew up with revivals happening all the time. God's grace to the food needs in Chinatown hundreds of people coming to faith a day. There's been talk about what rate revivals happening in Puerto Rican communities in queens and in Boston like Mark Gornik talks about that. That's not part of this radio or Christian leaders now hope so right? So my hope we'd be that. We would actually say like this is what it looks like the follow Jesus toward the kingdom out of Babylon. The Babylon of our day is America. The Babylon of our day is an America. See now is is America is America. Right. And that's what I'm saying. Like that to me seems like a harsh statement like you're making a point. I point why do you why do you feel it's harsh because you're defining Babylon a very specific way and others to be actually enslaved in North Korea is a different kind of Babylon. So there's different we're using Babylon as metaphors an idea. Okay. We're gonna go to another break. We're gonna come back. We have four minutes left. And so we're gonna try to sum up the conversation. This is a big important conversation twelve. Lies that hold America. Captive is the book my guest is Jonathan Walton when we come back. This is the Eric Metaxas show. We'll continue that conversation. Stick around. I remember feeling so desperate in some trout. I was rounded by family and friends that love me any one of them would have listened to me. But I was so frayed of opening up to them to embarrassed to talk about what was causing me so much pain. It felt like torture to be so close to people that would have loved to help me and yet to embarrassed to ask for help. And then a few weeks ago. I heard about faithful counseling here on the radio Christian counselors, fellow believers, trusted, therapists, not only share my faith. But can actually help me. 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"seventy five minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Discount requests for him. Be the first person to click submit, and we'll get you one of these. But you've got to be the first person. Okay, that's clean, my heater dot com. Look, I wanna talk a little bit about the drive by maintenance. Okay. Somebody you sitting there laughing going, what's the drive-by maintenance? Well, if you have somebody come out to your house for an air conditioning or heating tuneup that leaves after only spending thirty forty minutes doing a tune-up, frankly, if it's less than seventy five minutes, it's a drive by tuneup too. So what are you gonna do? If you've got one of those companies. Well, I'll tell you exactly what to do next time. They call to schedule the maintenance for you. Ask them to have the technician give you a sixty second heads up before he gets to the house a quick telephone call. And when you get that telephone call happier check already written out and just as quickly as you can run up to the end of the driver. The technician drives by hold that out and slap it right in his hand as he drives by okay? Because you're not really getting anything. And in some cases, they're doing more harm than good. You can't do a tune-up in twenty thirty or forty minutes. Okay. It's not possible. Now, I'm offering this for seventy nine dollars today. But you only get one shot at it. Okay. At least for the seventy nine dollars. From that point forward. You'll see the value in the maintenance and you'll be happy to pay the regular price. And if you get set up on what our maintenance agreements, we'll be able to give even more discounts and priority service almost everybody that we see gets one of the maintenance agreements. The fact of the matter is that everybody, and I mean, everybody in the Las Vegas area needs this. I mean, everybody we all have heating and air conditioning systems..
"seventy five minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Radio discount requests for him. Be the first person to click submit, and we'll get you one of these. But you got to be the first person. Okay, that's clean, my heater dot com. I wanna talk a little bit about the drive by maintenance. Okay. Somebody you're sitting there laughing going, what's the drive-by maintenance? Well, if you have somebody come out to your house for an air conditioning or heating tuneup that leaves after only spending thirty forty minutes doing a tune-up, frankly, if it's less than seventy five minutes, it's a drive by tuneup too. So what are you gonna do? If you've got one of those companies. Well, I'll tell you exactly what to do next time. They call to schedule the maintenance for you. Ask them to have the technician give you a sixty second heads up before he gets to the house a quick telephone call. And when you get that telephone call half, your check already written out and just as quickly as you can run up to the end of the driver. And as a technician drives by hold that checkout and slap it right in his hand as he drives by okay? Because you're not really getting anything. And in some cases, they're doing more harm than good. You can't do a tune-up in twenty thirty or forty minutes. Okay. It's not possible. Now, I'm offering this for seventy nine dollars today. But you only get one shot at it. Okay. At least for the seventy nine dollars. From that point forward. You'll see the value in the maintenance and you'll be happy to pay the regular price. And if you get set up on one of our maintenance agreements, we'll be able to give even more discounts and priority service almost everybody that we see gets one of the maintenance agreements. The fact of the matter is that everybody, and I mean, everybody in the Las Vegas area needs this. I mean, everybody we all have heating and air conditioning systems. And we all.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"That's what I'm playing. There's no commitment behind it. So the real simple thing to do start noticing. What you say to people start for me? I put it in the calendar. And I put it in the phone, and then I get a heads up. Oh, this is ju- in a diet is this going to happen. And then I like what you're saying. Let the person know let me know before you let me down that's part of the awareness. I had a date plan for last week and she called me at lunchtime. And we want you to meet until six or seven o'clock. She says just want to let you know. I'm not feeling. Very well. I still may be able to come. But there's a chance on my cancel. And I wanted you to give give you a heads up. So you're not surprise. I was blown away. I'm like who does that? And now now I can either make all the plans, I can say look, it doesn't matter. I I'm just I'm flexible, but I felt careful so this brings us to why like why do we even care about promises? I don't think it's right or wrong. I don't think it's immoral. I just think that if we keep out promises people will start to trust us more. And I think that connection increases and I consider that a win. Absolutely. Keeping keeping a promise helps me trust you more. I couldn't agree more people that are laid are instead of being careful or cared for. They come across to me, at least as careless which means clearly I'm not that important to them. If somebody says how important I am to them. And then they're an hour late. And they don't let me know until seventy five minutes in. Yeah. That's not true. You're out of integrity. You're just you know, it's just lip service. Then. Agreed. It's one of my pet peeves when I got an appointment with someone and they call me at ten possed the appointment to say, hey, I'm running late. Really? I now know that. That forty minutes ago. Absolutely union at forty minutes ago. You had a heads up that this wasn't going to happen, and you could've talked. So anyway, that's a that's a pet peeve. But I say this keeping promises. Just one pot of a great topic for me that I'm that's my hot, which is upping I level of truth telling upping level of transparency and Volna r- ability and letting people know, yes, you actually matter to me and the promises I might matter and you can count on that. And if I let you down all apologize and recommit I say this pot of what has this be more connected as humans. Absolutely, absolutely. And it doesn't matter. What role you're in an organization if you're in sales or marketing or you're an actuary ill or you're in customer success, or whatever it is make a promise make it happen or miss a promise. Make it up. You have a choice, right? And kind of eat your own dog food like whoa. At before. It's too late before it's four o'clock. Right now, I'm gonna be late because you know, how h you are. That's right. And this doesn't have to be compartmentalized to work. You can practice it at work. And then have it flow over to home. What if every time you told you kid? Yeah. We'll do that. We'll do that in an hour. What if you actually set your alarm and fifty five minutes it goes off saying you got five minutes left? And then you go to your kid. Hey, I told you an hour like what what would that do your relationship with your kids? So it can be across the board yet. Let's use it to make more. That's great and be more successful. And let's use it to feel really good about our selves and relationships. Absolutely. Absolutely. So real promises have a deadline. Make sense to me big stuff. And then your second part, though is real daring, which I think is an interesting one because we'll daring means we're playing bigger, right? We're not just playing halfway. We're not playing small. We're playing big like full the heck out like you say play for real. So so how's that actually show up over setting a goal personally? How does that show up professionally?.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"It's been running on ESPN in four hour blocks. The last one runs next week twenty hours total you and me in like seven other people are the biggest basketball fans alive. You were always destined to throw yourself into some crazy MBA project. How long did this take? Actually, it's as you know, it's much more than it took me from the start to finish twenty hours four and a half years that only makes sense if one understands that it takes me two years to do a ninety minutes Ville. Yeah. This is twenty hours in four and a half year. Yeah. It's a the last time you lot to say. Yeah. We started working together. You did in the first round of thirty thirties. You did the Reggie Miller documentary that now I know so much more about how the whole process works. But back it back in two thousand seven eight nine just learning on the fly. Oh, that's an interesting way to do it. And you how many people did you interview for that one like sixty for Reggie? Yeah. Ready winning time must've been about fifty fifty to forty to forty five to fifty would you which was it was like a sixty minute fell out of it was it ninety minutes are seventy five seventy five minutes and took me two years seventy five minutes. That's right. Yeah. We ended up bumping past would at whatever you're supposed to do and you three yourself into. And you did so many interviews now is like, wow, I like this guy this. Is how I would do one of these out just interview way too, many people and throw myself into it like this. So then when I heard you were doing this basketball project as like, oh my gosh. He might interview everyone who's ever been a basketball game. But where Where'd you end up with like one hundred? We did a hundred and sixty five interview average length of the interview was two hours and twenty five minutes. Russell five and a half hours. I interviewed Oscar for six and every single person that I interviewed is in the film. That's never happened before there needs to be at a certain point a ruthless nece in making the movie. Yeah. Where I have when I did crazy love, I cut out my own mother and father. I had a second on older people in love them out. Yeah. I did the boys of second street park. I interview to holocaust survivors, one was cut out. There's a ruthlessness to it every single person. 'cause you don't wanna be you. Then the right thing to do is. I mean when I did. Ring a fire the meal Griffith story. I had the absolute Billy pleasure honour to interview chill bird. Yeah. What was that about ninety years old and had a cut him out of the movie who the hell am I the cut out Butch? But I had to do it. And I was so, and you have to notify people you can't have them come to a premier turn on go to movies, turn on television. And that think they're on it. They can't do. So I had to make up some excuse about shellberg that you know, that that that the interview got screwed up because of the sound and light. The audio off. Yeah. You you you were working on this for a few years. And now how many people died that you interviewed that are in this film that are now no longer with us too. Many too many people. I I was Jack Ramsay because I knew he was ill. And right, four hours in his home in Naples, Florida. And he sat before hours and couldn't stand and ingenious as you would expect. So I dedicate the film to my own father passed recently and to banjo my dear dear dear friend, the great coach at HP see in Ben pass the year and a half ago. Connie Hawkins Mel Daniels. Michael Goldberg, Moses, I'll as it's why I didn't interview you. Wanna put drinks on? That's not you not only. Did you interview me? Not only my the breakout star the documentary, but it's my traumatic return to you as bien back baby. Good luck..
"seventy five minute" Discussed on ESPN FC
"But I think that's part of the problem go into opposition. Where it felt like him leaving was heavily. Something ugly, whereas offered to him away out that he needed the was the trial the, you know, the forty at the end. Everyone loves me way out. He did get a weird and really wasn't. It will become. Become a relevant actually. I'm not until two. You know, I'm I'm providing this position because I, I feel like. Exactly. Given us from physician, I think it's important to give. Absolutely. I do think that spill the himself made mistakes and you're there was another situation talks about in the book which is gaining taught. He comes off the best schools, the equality because Taty has given into earlier in the week where he was taken out of context. You know, he said. In his view, something posted about manager and then sort of a broader comment about he's, he wasn't being respected by other people. Bikes covers the whole city felt like he said something about the manager, saying no managers, whatever is on my side and. This game. On the schools split off to give it an open, invite to praise. The press conference and says, well, it's not really him. It's about, I I think think. they'll move. I think the both of them as handle. Thank. Could've eager put themselves, but look, that's thing by the way, nobody in the world should Taty has significant. Gonna go check out those set of forty. This idea of. That he's a little bit of self aggrandizement. Sodas feleti. Okay. So. To making mistakes because now the teams complying. It's raring to go. I mean, whether convinced by them, I think you're laws Matra tool, but what's so interesting is this is kind of the team. I love Mike. This one now that I'm watching, it's It's not not saying. saying. It has a big level of understanding on the intensity how to make the most of your experience in the last seventy five minutes in the loss of the natural. So the really like it really is fighting for the whole nineteen minutes and trying to make that difference at the end. I love the for all the beauty of Tina when they play in midweek. It was into. Idea of just going in the laws of team minutes using their experience using the physicality to get that goal that they needed to win them for me. Beautiful. This is something that I really have to compliment the more fluid briny stretch of the imagination. It's not exactly working in this type of football that you're like, wow, this is inter. There's still a lot of work to be done, but they're doing very well windows. We definitely definitely should be wary of the loss week and say, hey, they won three games, weekends. I mean, that would be a bad thing. What I think we tend. Few things. I think for the first time these team I think that. that. His muscles and force and down rather than finding a way around. Yeah. Good. You know that that's something you ever since identity. And I think it's not even just about. I think that there were times I gave really entertaining real cautious fiorentina play football. Football at times. But there were also times when into the. On pen deep in just bully. I thought that was something that was okay. This is gonna be titans. Teams want to come here and play shows. Think. Defensive frailty. I think that if your take Sean making great save the can lose this. And I think that's why Veritas football. Often have to be wary because we can sort of building to something. But it's certainly been there was I think that walk. Talking. We've actually. Talking attorney, they should action was with skepticism. I'm still skeptical, tiny points. I'm going to transform, and then now it's perfect. Do maybe just a little confidence, maybe. Self belief, this work. If you can win the manches when they're still isn't that kind of chemistry and understanding between young on any when you're still sort of having come off and be really annoyed by into when you've got options that get to be a whole sounding the attacking lineup and how to deliver and how to make the most of what was the Cardi and putting Tondo insertions into the books and all that. And you'll still really in the match despite that and brought her the truth me who made mistakes over the weekend and delivered a beautiful performance. It's so.
'Pandemic' of inactivity increases disease risk worldwide, WHO study says
"We've all heard the warnings, haven't we? We need to get up. We need to get moving and we're not doing enough physical activity. And now a new report from the World. Health will denies -ation says that all around the world, we are not heeding those warnings in the first studies estimate global physical activity trends over time, the World Health that'd be all leaned to do. So that's in wind newsrooms. Ryan Carlson is with me going off a few flights of says, doing our bit Ronnie who's at risk then? Well, not just you and me here. Ben one point. Four billion adults are risk of disease around the world from not getting enough exercise. So we need one hundred and fifty moderate minutes week, like walking up these stairs. If we're going to run up these stairs, we could count. It is intense exercise. Yeah, I'm not gonna fall you running. We don't have to do about seventy five minutes week. This is actually a massive self-reported sample size in this report. Almost two billion people around the world. So it tells us quite a bit probably. One of the biggest takeaways is that women were less active than men everywhere, except east and southeast Asia in many parts of the world, the Middle East, North Africa, and especially high income western countries. Women were not getting enough activity by ten percent less than men. So it's a big gap. The authors say there can be a number of reasons for this among them safety issues. Also what's available for people is it affordable? What other cultural norms in certain countries? And of course, what a specific individual has on their plate. One in three women and one in three men are not getting enough activity. So it's not great for either gender really on there was a huge difference, isn't it between developed and developing countries as well? There really is Mozambican Uganda actually had the least inactivity with just six percent, not reaching the target high income. Western countries are seeing far higher numbers of inactivity and Dr bull. One of the report authors from the WHO says that actually may be the price of progress. What it's telling us and giving us an indication of the as countries. Increase in the oven is Asian people moving from rural countries to the cities for jobs and homes. As we develop industrialized on changing nature of work, as we change Trump's bolt from walking cycling more often to driving or motorbikes which saying, all these changes play in and having a consequence way actually becoming less active in our lifestyles. And I think we can all relate to that as we look about it all day lives and say that you don't need to be active in so many ways. Rodney just why are we doing this? Well, this is the thing we all know the answer to this, but it doesn't seem to be impacting enough. There's a greater risk of cardiovascular disease type, two diabetes dementia and some cancers when you don't get enough physical activity, but look on the bright side here. Ben, you only have another one hundred and forty seven minutes ago this week. So you're
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Lose roads. Okay. Oops, Newcastle one Chelsea to sleep before I get into this game, Meridia Sarah's men get the third win in a row. Clohessy of an eighty seven th minute Deandra yet. Leno goal wonder strike came just minutes after the American assistant hustlers game tying Hedda this game road ugly on both the inside and the outside light may. This lot you are you really Dave admit for seventy five minutes, Newcastle mysteriously. We've out Shelby and the cells to best players kind of just made, say, giant attack versus defense drill a game, which Benitez Newcastle always excel and Chelsea pass, but forgot the the move par passer move. They definitely struggled. But for you as a spectacle, your Chelsea and the Sarah, your Seri bull, Chelsea won't motions to. Thing. I mean, Roach. You're not been talking about for all with each other for twelve years now, since two thousand six, you know about the kind of football. I enjoy a little about the kind of football. I don't enjoy yet. Murcia Sarah's, Chelsea. It's like watching a comma band play, but the band that covering Rabanne don't even like in the first place. I don't want an imitation pet Guardia team. I don't get sickly. Enjoy watching matches to city. I know the, I'm seem like the greatest Luddite in the world. I don't particularly enjoy watching the shore plastic tackle boss loan. Again, the Spain game. I don't like that very much is a specks glide on enjoy it, but I can really appreciate the boss Lois version. Manchester City's version is is genuine ensue Peoria and far more effective than this complete nonsense. Chelsea a doing attempting to break the Premier League possession record for no apparent reason whatsoever end. Not that I think that. You know, Newcastle deserve all that credit, but how they're playing. I think they got way too much credit from the commentators. They playing a Newcastle fan icon stand the way that my teams that I was gonna play football as well, but that kind of will by Chelsea. That brings me no pleasure his Chelsea. There was so much talent on that team, so much ability, but they're in characteristically Chelsea polite as within fifty seconds star to take your kicking took a kicking all day. Real feature. The Premier League is how much the elite talent or headhunted right now with no one protecting them, but Chelsea just one on that failed. It was willing to fight fire with fire. I just missed really missed the Kosta who I think would scored twice and other red card who've in the first twenty five minutes and I'm washed it all down with a glass Canty and faster beans wouldn't have read Conroy because he never got sent off. Yes, so good. Looking genuinely in amazing statistic, Diego cost, David over China, my. Never go to read cover Chelsea, but that doesn't alter my imagination when he was constantly screwing hat tricks and getting sent off over in seven minutes against all comers. This game boring until a seventy six minute when it crackled into life as odd slightly g penalty, but he finished it. Well, I'm gonna look over the game, but not in the mind of one who anything is possible. An American, a young American. Yes, I'm talking about the undre result yet let the man who's floor a thousand of us are going to sleep on in a couple of weeks time when we carry in you, there was no. So we knew there was nothing to stop him. Just elbowing alleviates your in the chops coming and then cross for hustle to suck a punch. Chelsea was shocking. J. p. Don still tweeted BT American forum overpowers meaty fetch forehead, but the cosmic rule. It says, you come main beauty lie that and go and punished and yet Lynn wasn't the most. David. What happened. Minute down at the other end runs, he just totaled two into his own net scores when he wants the Andrey any pain in the back post kick punch tweeted to say elbow in the face and assist plus an own-goal. That's an American Drake, a love me. Some American hat trick, and Dave down you can listen, I want thank you because you swallow that humiliation to protect the world from the true horror that would have occurred. If bloody Ross Barkley it was right behind, you received all the glory for the tap in that he would have got if you hadn't done the ball in zero net. So Dan dre, thank you for dying that..
"seventy five minute" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Things to do throughout post process that didn't just entail me you know i have a really wonderful determined team who who kept working and trying to marshal resources when we could and and we're i i wouldn't obviously not have gotten here here alone well what's kind of the next steps for the film what do you guys have planned for it we are about to release the film into the world we have a three city theatrical distribution deal so the film will be opening in los angeles july thirteenth we have our premier in beverly hills the eleventh we have a one night engagement in new york city this coming monday i don't know when this will air so that i should say it's going to be july ninth at the anthology film archives and then the we'll will be opening at a theater in seattle i believe late in july we don't have a day for that yet and then if you're not in those cities or can't travel to the cities the film is going to be released on the on a number of birth platforms july thirteenth lucky friday the thirteenth and what's next for you gave i i have two scripts and i actually would be really happy to make either one of them or even make them concurrently which would be a terrible idea but i'm so excited about both whom i wanna make them both right away one is a sort of futuristic dystopia musical with only three characters and i actually have a lot of the music for that written so i'd like i said i'm also a musician and you know always trying to find intersection between those disciplines so i was so i have a lot of those songs written and the other is a sort of a kid actor based multicharacter drama a little in the spirit of pt anderson's magnolia there's a lot of different intersecting storylines all shortcuts something like that and that has some sort of magic realist touches but i want to make another film this is the short answer before forget is the soundtrack going to be released for seven splinters the soundtrack is released it's actually already out in the world on sauna blast records you can find it on spotify and i tunes and amazon so just if you wanna google seven splinters and time it will come up and it's a it's actually there's ninety three minutes we released all the music i wrote for his ninety three minutes of music for what was a seventy five minute film what's next on my players i wish i could announce officially because there are a couple of things on so circling right now that either which i hope comes to to there but they're not officially hip so i can't say anything but there couple of film projects that would be in the fall and then the other thing i'm i'm working on his actually i record as i mentioned earlier i do a lot of recordings i'm recording this massive massive piece by norwegian writer names karlovi canal score who wrote a thousand five hundred page memoir essentially and i've done the first five volumes and we're now in the middle of six.
Only 23 Percent of Americans Meet National Exercise Guidelines
"Seventy ocd a l i big things the genesis communications network from making the show happen thanks jason who was working the dial jason is really cuddly guys gotta be jason he's so sweet and vic thanks you all for tuning in we've jason pick up dam today and big thanks for tuning in we've really appreciate it please don't forget to follow us on twitter and on facebook the doctor dolly show so the cdc is ripping us a new one same we're not getting enough vegetables and last week report from the cdc says we're not getting enough exercise either so basically we suck that's what the cdc is telling us and we need that we need the government telling us that we saw we we do i think it's very motivational don't you think so the broad says that only twenty three percent of americans are meeting the federal standards set in two thousand eight for time spent exercising now ten years ago the department of health and human services publish national and statewide exercise guidelines their goal was that twenty point one percent of adults actively following the guidelines by the year twenty twenty nationally between two thousand ten two thousand fifteen twenty two point nine percent adults met that goal but they said subsisted vary by state very by work status sex gender etc so so there's an ashley eighteen point seven percent of women and twenty seven point two percent of men hit the target goal mississippi held the lowest percentage mississippi always seems to be at the bottom of the list when it comes to health type stuff really feel bad for mississippi i've never been there and i i think my plane is traveled through jackson mississippi but i you know i've never been there and i'd like to i mean i'm sure it's a beautiful state and there's lots of reasons to go outside is beautiful not sure what's going on over there but had the lowest percentage of thirteen point five percents but the top state was colorado at thirty two point five percent okay well colorado you got the rockies guy bean yeah i could see that colorado's nice cool crisp crispin green and beautiful state anyway states folly wall between the national average were concentrated the southeast most western states ranks above average or you think california would be a biggie because they got all the water you know so the hhs guidelines advise adults age eighteen to sixty four should participate in some type of muscle strengthening activity at least twice a week paired with moderate aerobic exercise for one hundred fifty minutes a week or seventy five minutes per week if you are vigorously working out now i think that is a huge under estimation i just think that's that's too small so i work out and not very vigorously okay i until i find a sports bra that does the job i mean i gotta keep the vigor at a minimum otherwise not the cats you know off the treadmill but i do probably an average of about one hundred twenty minutes a day and so that is a day so one hundred fifty minutes per week and one hundred twenty minutes day my is you guys are see my but it's i mean you know they had to give me an extra extra large jason has ordered be an extra wide chair for the studio and he heads don't just do the one hundred fifty minutes per week but to think that twenty three percent are getting that and that's.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"She went to the mapping mess everyone's saying took a hours six hundred seventy five minutes five minutes so she's already she was already on a big pedestal for me five minutes garrity you are flying now you can do not five minutes to get ready because she just bought in the fabulous that covered her face sheet maury assuming and we need more of i heard that she might be playing gold soon really oh i'm here for she could read the telephone directory and for kids that was the thing that you used to have numbers book a joke i got a yellow pages today i thought they were extinct where do you live feel a little bit like that yeah yeah wow from the paul i know that's yeah so many great advances you're going to catch up this very excited for us experience the eighty this great thing called hd keep an eye out for that invest heavily all your cash cash but we're talking about the michael c halls accent your accent in safe is pretty damn good we're learning english accent does come naturally pick it up yeah okay good good luck with did some sort of weird weird hybrids northern irish goes nice my boyfriend's from northern people just london tedious speaking something i miss very much case histories johnson brody yeah that was good fun they just because it's one of these very bbc bbc thing where they just stop cuffs on we love it we love it by.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"Ladies and gentlemen won't come to sam roberts laying hubcaps introducing your host from new york here is sam rumours welcome to a very special live from the west coast addition of sam roberts wrestling podcast and you're sitting there saying how is it live it's a podcast i'm downloading it whenever will the reason it's live is because as i record this we are approximately seventy five minutes away from when this podcast is usually posted but we do what we do with our time on this planet i'm out here on the west coast i'm in los angeles california we're doing shows for sirius xm jim norton and sam roberts the morning show that i do and you know i'm sitting here going i'm not going to not do a wrestling podcast you know sam roberts wrestling podcasts there's three things in life that are guaranteed death taxes sam roberts wrestling podcast also the stuff that happens after you eat at aaa all guaranteed in life but those are guess four things and that's it that's it but i'm telling you it's another week it's another same roberts wrestling podcast and i decided that instead of sitting here and go oh my god i mean los angeles how am i going to do a show it's going to be very very easy because what i'm going to do is number one us hotel wifi that's really going to be clutch here but number to reach into that west coast rolodex and say to myself sam who would your podcast listeners love to hear from end i realized that my friends schuyler aston who has been on the show before.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"It may not be like ninety percent of the ninety good percentage of the people at googling shit like during the movie it will be like as excellent or movie anyways where he's left all the stuff out there like wait what's that br bringing it back to this i think that what you're saying right now kind of just typifies what we think about this movie is it was fucking awesome we'd love to see a live action version of this but with the way things are right now in the dc eu it's very very hard to foresee something like this being on the big screen without a hard reset reboot of everything it's one of those things where as a person who read the comics and knows that that that that's like the best way to digest this in a lot of ways this is a really good replacement or a substitute for it yeah you get the same you get the same idea of what happens in the story line to a degree in sticks of the comics enough so if you were to pick it up you your start reading batman tomorrow you'd have some kind of a running knowledge of what where they're at with these characters so it's like a cool thing and i like that they're they're tied together like that and i think that a big failing of the dc cinematic universe is that they're not you can't do that and you can't just watch batman versus superman and put it into context it's it's it's terrible like that another thing this movie does really was it does take a lot of inspiration from the comics and takes that storyline and puts it very accurately onscreen but unlike comics with this being the seventy five minute runtime it kind of doesn't run in place like sometimes monthly issues of comics do so it really cuts the fat those storylines emerges.
"seventy five minute" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Control the environment that you're in the last week i watched a show on netflix that i would come in to you a show that was recommended to me called the push and the premise of the show it's a reality show could a normal person be manipulated through the use of psychological manipulation techniques of peer influence could a normal person be manipulated into murdering an innocent person in less than seventy five minutes that's the premise of the show and it's a fascinating picture of the influence of social pressure i commend it to you it's on netflix as i record this in march of twenty eighteen it's called the push so one just one individual show about an hour and fifteen minutes long there are a lot of lessons it's very sobering as a a depiction and yet we're all subject to those influences psychological pressures and influences are significant but you can stop and fight back you can cultivate your ability to think inclosing it may be worth your spending some money to free yourself from financial temptations and to disconnect yourself from places where you're prone to spending more money so consider controlling carefully what you hear consider controlling carefully what you see consider controlling carefully where you go consider the environment that you place yourself in consider the people with whom you associate and make sure that these things are a force for good these things are a force for ha's it of change that since you're going to be influenced by others make sure that they're going to influence you in positive direction to move you closer to your goals to live in accordance with your values.