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Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:18 min | 4 months ago

Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

"Ferdinand magellan is often credited with being the first person to circumnavigate the earth. However this isn't true. I don't mean this in the same way that columbus wasn't the first european in the americas because the vikings made it to newfoundland. I i mean magellan never circumnavigated the earth at all period. The magellan voyage did not set out travel around the world. The purpose of the mission was to find a western route to the spice islands. Or what we now call indonesia. They set out in fifteen nineteen only twenty seven years after columbus first landed in the bahamas in fourteen. Ninety two the magellan voyage really just set out to achieve with the columbus expedition tried to to reach asia by sailing west. The difference was that this time they knew there was a gigantic landmass in between europe and asia. And this time they were gonna go around it. Magellan was portuguese so many people assume that his expedition was sponsored by portugal. But that wasn't the case. It was actually a spanish expedition sponsored by king charles. The first the spanish wanted the western route because portugal had a monopoly on the eastern route around africa in through the indian ocean. The expedition consisted of five ships with supplies. Last two full years the total crew consisted of two hundred and seventy minute at the start mostly spanish but with crew from many different countries. The expedition took a major toll. The first ship was lost in fifteen twenty in a storm in argentina. The second ship was abandoned in what is now called the straits of magellan. Several months later the third ship was scuttled in the philippines and may fifteen twenty one because of lack of crew and the fourth was lost in indonesia in december on april twenty seven. Fifteen twenty one. Magellan himself was killed in the philippines by the natives of the island where they landed. He was surrounded and killed with spears. This left the expedition. In a quandary. Its leader was dead. Over half the crew were dead and they were on the other side of the world. They sailed around without any purpose for about six months. And eventually the crew selected one wants fashion elcano a spaniard to be the captain of the last remaining in smaller ships of the fleet. The victoria they decided to return home via the western route and september. Six fifteen twenty two. The ship arrived back in spain at the same port. They left almost three years

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Whispers of trouble - listen to your plane

AOPA Never Again

07:36 min | 1 year ago

Whispers of trouble - listen to your plane

"If airplanes could talk what would they say? Well, they can talk if we learn how to listen and pay attention sometimes the languages subtle in a new sound or vibration. Sometimes they scream as when my friends number five cylinder unexpectedly dropped valve resulting in a broken piston, complete oil loss and prompt engine failure. Some sudden catastrophic failures are impossible to predict, but others can be predicted and possibly avoided. Ask pilots. A mental note of what our instruments usually indicate and look for deviations that could indicate A. OR PENDING FAILURE Just because the indication is still in the green range does not mean that nothing is wrong knowing the usual indications for our own engine will allow us to listen for any deviation and investigate the issue. I am fortunate and get to fly three hundred hours a year commuting to work as an emergency room physician. My Commute is from Statesboro Georgia to lagrange. One to two times each week, the fight one, hundred and seventy, two nautical miles and takes about seventy minutes each way in my highly modified North American navien. My engine was a continental I o five, fifty be that was freshly overhauled just a few years ago. I always change the oil between twenty five and thirty five hours instead of waiting until fifty hours. On two occasions, my engine instruments have displayed unusual oil pressure indications. The first indication was in June two, thousand sixteen during a return trip from New Mexico. The June weather was beautiful and via far but very hot all along the route home. During the flight the oil pressure ran about five to seven PSI lower than usual but otherwise acted normally oil temperature was less than two hundred degrees Fahrenheit for the entire flight. The engine ran great and continue to produce plenty of power I. nervously watched the pressure as it stayed steady in the green range and continued our trip home. The oil consumption remained as usual during that trip and we arrived home on eventually. Once home. The oil was changed in a new paper element oil filter installed prior to this oil change I was using a reusable stainless steel mesh oil filter that was removed and disassembled for inspection at each oil change. On Inspection, I found that the Steel Mesh had accumulated some residue that narrowed the openings in the Mesh. I, reasoned that the oil filter was restricting flow and oil pressure. So I returned to using paper element oil filter that is discarded at each oil change the oil pressure return to normal and I return to flying with my usual oil pressure of forty five to forty six PSI in cruise flight. That engine continued to run great and showed no problems. Regular oil filter cutting revealed no metal and oil analysis was always normal. So normal that I skipped cutting the filter and oil analysis when I changed the oil in December of twenty seventeen. I continued to fly Navien until late February twenty eighteen when something changed. I was flying to work and noticed my oil pressure was once again lower than. It was down into the Middle Thirties but once again remained in the green range and steady. I increased RPM from low cruise at two thousand, three hundred to hike cruise at two, thousand, five hundred and the oil pressure returned to the usual forty, five to forty, six PSI. The oil temperature was around one hundred and sixty degrees, Fahrenheit. which is the usual oil temp in cool weather for that engine. I was concerned about the oil pressure indication but I had seen this occurrence previously the weather was good and the pressure was backup to usual. So I continued on to lagrange. Three days later I returned home to Statesboro. Now comes the lucky and scary part. The flight home was night I F R and I flew the Runway three to approach into statesborough. Before departing I checked everything carefully and the oil pressure on run-up was normal. I watched the oil pressure carefully and flew home that high cruise power setting. I landed uneventfully but noticed that oil pressure at idol was a lot higher than usual. Low Minimum oil pressure at idol with the engine. Hot is ten PSI. But mine was always fifteen to twenty PSI. This night I was looking at thirty five PSI at idol with the engine hot. I had never seen idol oil pressure that high but was not concerned. I push the airplane into my home hanger and return the next morning to change the oil. The tachometer showed the engine had accumulated fourteen hundred and forty five hours since overhaul. Drained the oil and replace the oil filter and began refilling the crank case with fresh oil. When I decided, it was time to cut the oil filter. I found a large amount of metal in the filter. The oil that drained out of the filter was filled with metal flakes that look like silver glitter on my hand. What happened I had not cut the oil filter or submitted an oil sample at the last oil change. So there was no way of knowing what I would have found then. Had I, not cut an examined the oil filter on this oil change. I would not have found the metal in time and bad things would have happened on the next flight. When I disassembled the engine, I found the two of the main bearings had turned in the crank case, and we're obviously very near having a catastrophic failure. Now. This engine did not vibrate knock or suffering power loss. The only in-flight indication of any problem was changed from the usual oil pressure readings with the actual reading remaining in the normal range. As Buck my old flight instructor would have said she was talking to you. I was not listening carefully enough but survived just the same. This is the accident that never happened simply because I cut the oil filter. Had I, submitted the oil for analysis and waited for the results before flying again, the problem could have been discovered, but I fly too often to await test results. I would've received an urgent phone call from my oil analysis company, but it would have been after the accident. My current practice is to cut every oil filter at time of oil change cutting the oil filter while messy is free and gives immediate feedback. This simple process can save your airplane and your life.

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Overlooked Auteurs: Ida Lupino and Maya Deren

Filmspotting

09:08 min | 1 year ago

Overlooked Auteurs: Ida Lupino and Maya Deren

"Guys. In this first episode of your. Marathon. With my appearance films, Meshes of the afternoon at land and ritual in transfigured time and IDA. Lupino. The hitchhiker I've been thinking about how to connect these two directors and these films if it is fair to connect them. On the one hand Lupino and Darren have little in Common Darrin made experimental films bending cinemas form and it's character and narrative conventions and she worked holy outside the studio system. She was this film theorist writer director actor where she funded promoted and screened her own work off and on living room walls. Lupino on the other hand made more straightforward narrative films following character plot and structure conventions, and she worked from inside the Studio System With Archaic Pictures for example, ultimately distributing the hitchhiker. But it is notable that Lupino was actually suspended from studio contracts and when she turned to directing, she formed her own production company called the filmmakers and beyond production itself both women in their unique ways bucked the system and pioneered that own paths and I think I must say, Latinos, the hitchhiker is perhaps for me alternately as subversive as the wonderful woman figure in Darren's at land this figure who crawls and gropes her way along the long table at a formal dinner party exposing and disrupting their rituals and expectations of so-called polite society. Take the ways both Darren's meshes of the afternoon and Lupinos the hitchhiker reference and disrupt the conventions of filled noir of their day. If nor films broadly speaking are these thrillers featuring things like low key lighting and claustrophobic urban interiors kind of a somber mood a sense of cynicism inescapable fatalism, an anti hero of course, and FM fatal both films give us many of these things but new Lupino Duar in the hitchhiker rejects the classic cityscape and creates the same coster phobic intensity in a wide open desert landscape instead. She also rejects a FEM fatal that figure of Man's demise, and she focuses our attention on the brittle masculinity of her male characters, exposing guns fetish wielded only by those who are weakest and most insecure. And instead of a SAM spade type figure furiously asserting his independence, I won't play the SAP for you. Lupino suggests it's in vulnerability and Camaraderie where true strength lies. And Darren's noir infuse meshes of the afternoon while offering her character, a claustrophobic cycle of fate within the walls of a city home from which noir like death seems only escape. She even more radically rejects cohesive ideas of anti heroine, FEM, fatale, and makes her central figure a woman someone who she makes both anti hero amphay towel. And instead of a thriller playing out over a three act structure, she makes it a thriller wholly confined to one individual's mind where we see justice many twists and character trails as any new are. So my question for both of you as you begin this new marathon and consider Lupino and Darren specifically is what do you see in these directors films that like the connections to Nuwara that we've noted the film's are products of the kind of cinematic conventions that every filmmaker is in debt to, but also showcase evidence of trail-blazing in form and in content the you so much. Melissa. For that setup, we hope that we'll. Get a chance to hear from Melissa another time or two throughout this marathon. But she certainly did an excellent job getting a started she also in her extended voicemail pointed out that look was the only woman director who is included in Andrew Sarah says the American cinema directors and directions from nineteen, sixty eight, which included his ranking of directors. He kinda put him in different tiers of his Pantheon if you will and Lupino. was there, and of course Sarah the man who coined the term at least here in the United States, the auteur theory that are marathon title references he had her in the back of the book called Oddities One shots and newcomers and also rightfully points out. She wishes that says had just left Lupino out as his entry on her work basically dams her with Faint Praise Melissa gave us a question there to wrestle with. As we consider both of these filmmakers how rooted in traditional filmmaking and even especially in Lupinos case Richard in genre their films are but also how trail-blazing, how pioneering their work truly is what stood out to you in that regard with both of these filmmakers well, let me start with Darren, and first off just to say that I think meshes of the afternoon. Her first film is a flat out masterpiece it just completely. Knocked me over in a way that reminded me of a film that's in the tradition I think you could say Darren was working in and that's Louis Boone Wells whom Chen and Lu which we did as part of our boone. Well, Marathon Adam. So it's a this is an experimental surrealist film in a Lotta ways meshes of the afternoon but what is distinct about it to me is the way dare intakes this dreamlike atmosphere this the sense of dreaming the intellectual surrealism at play and made it. So intimate this movie just feels completely distinct from something like Shin and blue because it was an emotional experience for me whereas. The other one I think you're kind of like a fun puzzle to think about and it's you know. Under Lewis disturbing absolutely in it, it strikes you on that level. But here as we follow this woman played by Darren who walks into a house in the afternoon goes up some stairs notices. Some items falls asleep in a chair and then the whole sequence kind of repeats and it repeats a number of times. I just basically felt with each level even as it got increasingly surreal, it was. Another level of psychology we were really exploring of this particular person. There are ideas at play here, but there is also a person who's who's reality and whose very life we can say is at play. So in addition to all of sort of the experimental touches techniques that we can probably talk about in this this short film, it's sort of that the way the movie really captured psychological distress. Dislocation for me that makes it stand out and stand alongside I would say something like in China Angelo. Yeah, I agree and I think maybe the best way for me to try to get an answer to Melissa's question is to talk about the fascinating intersection of these two directors. We put them together pretty randomly there the first films in our series chronologically, and it worked out that we would combine some films here because the three Darren films combined are about forty five minutes and Lupinos the hitchhiker is only about seventy minutes. So that's a solid two hours there between these filmmakers but how perfect was it Josh watching? These films together and thinking about these two filmmakers together you have Lupino someone who I think is clearly interested in using cinema to reflect reality and you know this from watching the hitchhiker and especially that opening bit of text right that tells you that this is based on true events than you're going to see facts play out at uses that word and even implicating you as a viewer saying, this could be you yes. Experience could happen to you but also how focused she is on putting us as viewers through this experience with these characters so that sense of reality is omnipresent and I also know it because i. Watched a video was I think on the Criterion Channel website? It's a very short video, maybe a minute, but just kind of puts lupinos career and Perspective Imaging Sarah Smith is the critic who talks about her work and she says explicitly, Lupino wanted to make documentary style films about contemporary social problems like rape unplanned, pregnancy, disability bigamy, and the corresponding clip examples there notably, all feature women in these movies and women's stories. That's not the case at all. Of course, with the hitchhiker. Now, you've got Latino on one end of this realism spectrum, and then you've got Darren on the complete opposite using cinema not to express reality. Or reflect reality to completely transform it and I think where they meet in a really interesting way is in Lupinos, expressionistic flourishes and endurance psychological realism. You said a perfect word there the intimacy of those three shorts that we watched. That's where these two filmmakers crossover they seem so disparate and distinct, and they are, but they're also mining some of the territory.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"If the north county southbound five fifteen this morning our ten minute delay seventy minutes northbound ascendancy drive right now a given team coco's next real time traffic updates just ten minutes away the governor says California's not seen spikes in covered nineteen cases like some other states but it still means the state has to use health data to gradually and carefully open the economy Newsome said a state the size of California can't have a one size fits all approach when it comes to re opening raw data factor but ultimately the county's making the final decision when to re open we maintain because of the size scope and I know the state of California that those decisions should be made with local lands those decisions should be made up by allowing and then dancing localism to be the frost and the guide while business owners and many residents have cheered re opening some county health officials and public health experts have expressed concern as caseloads continue to rise David Lewis co go news San Diego county is not reporting any new community outbreaks good news for one of the independent triggers that could lead to a roll back of some of the opening Sir thirteen different triggers the work together and help the county identify a rise in the spread of the virus all of the other triggers are green and there is no yellow or red so this keeps us out of the watch list that the state has San Diego public health officer Dr Wilma Wooten our job is to continue to monitor and to support businesses so that they can't hear to the best practices that are recommended three of these thirteen triggers including the new community outbreaks outside of congregate living facilities are independent meaning they could lead to a roll back on their own there were no new cases for Monday meeting just for new outbreaks all last week that's below the trigger of seven in a rolling seven day period Jack clinical news and coming up at seven ten this morning we'll be talking to county supervisor Nathan Fletcher about these openings re openings and what's next San Diego and LA school leaders to say unless they get money schools can't reopen safely and responsibly in the fall San Diego unified school superintendent Cindy marten LA's top school.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To Notre Dame in second round of the ACC tournament AT fifty eight the Harvard men's hockey team will not participate in the ECAC playoffs the hockey east tournament will continue on but without spectators you know what you are your depressing yeah well I mean I it's it's yeah when I get that my day to day life but you know it it makes sense right now it's just it's just weird Adams thank you five forty three let's check the roadways right now it's again traffic and weather together you could rely on this every ten minutes it's Laurie Grandy with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes all right I'll try to balance things out with my cheery self okay a seventy minute ride is we're seeing right now north bound expressway granted I have a past Columbia road in fact all the way into Boston a seventy minute ride there that's not bad ninety five north bound you wanna watch over break down is in a bad spot at the top of the ramp from four ninety five in the man's field traffic is backed beyond at one twenty eight watch out for delays there ninety three southbound heavier now through with filling getting to dascom road again one twenty eight to Montvale still pretty good on route three southbound heavy approaching four ninety five but you're still looking trouble free all the way into Burlington one twenty eight south on a speed limit right three Linfield in writing right down to Wall him at this point route one southbound is wide open three Saugus is a strange time right now and we are definitely seeing later than usual volume out there this past week because of the virus a lot of folks working from home in some schools closed as well and and that's creating a a little bit of a that outside I guess for folks who do have to head into work this update brought to you by passport passport is the world's largest network of proven independent professionals.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on WTVN

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Right back in just a second we have a major announcement if you were a blaze subscriber please check your email late late late last night it was midnight on the east coast when I finally wrote this letter to give you an upper hand if you are a blaze subscriber or if you've ever donated to the Nazarene fund or am one that mercury one you probably you should have gotten a letter from me last night open that up before noon you've got about seventy minutes head start so open that up so you can get the advance scoop and believe me you're going to thank me for what had advance because it's it's a your every don't miss the announcement coming up in about seventy minutes all right well talk about X. chair X. chair perfect Christmas gift for my wife because my wife comes in she said that my chair in the office and then she kind of swivels in it for a minute and she because it's up to the desk and you can just see the wheels turning and she's like I don't have one of these good observation honey just to Missouri great observation no you don't I do yeah I don't I don't have one of these that's really comfortable good observation again this knowledge ten different just months there and it's got the lumbar support in the back so you just you sit up straight and really really comfortable ten different adjustments I don't have one of these I know you've already said that are you are you okay do you should go see a doctor because he seemed forgetful.

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How social media impacts human interaction

TechStuff

02:12 min | 1 year ago

How social media impacts human interaction

"Here's a lot of fear there. I think in a lot of a lot of news stories. That are kind of amp that fear and there have been several studies that that talk doom and gloom about like about like. Oh no social media media is so big that we're not going to talk to other in person anymore right Could total communication breakdown cats and dogs living together that that kind of thing Nice and Ah pop stuff but like just yes anyway. You know. We'd quote documentaries all the time here on tech stuff. It's perfectly fine and I agree entirely Lauren from an armchair psychology perspective. If I were to just look at the the whole idea of social media And human interaction in general Part of me would think hey. Social media is replacing that face to face human interaction that we tend tend to think of as being really important as part of our development as a person right or that seems to be really important for a very long time. Yeah I mean it's it's part of socialization and and the worry is that without that face to face interaction with something else replacing it we would be less capable of dealing with those interactions when they come up and a lot of the the information about this tends to be anecdotal. which anyone who's done any science knows is not reliable when it comes to actually remeasuring science There have been a few studies. There's one that you will hear quoted. All the time was from the Stanford Institute for the Quantitative Study of society and This one said This one was in two thousand and five to be fair so this was a few years ago it was before twitter and facebook were a really huge but but it found that compared to people who do not use the Internet frequently. Those who do Spend seventy minutes minutes less per day. Interacting with their family twenty five minutes less per day sleeping and thirty minutes less watching television. Although I'm not sure why that's necessarily a bad thing way way. But that but that family thing that seventy minutes less a day talking to your family that sounds that sounds awful into interacting with your family online exactly Klay and that's and that's what we're I think it turns out that that is what we are

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Interviewing Joe Darowski from The Protagonist Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

10:11 min | 2 years ago

Interviewing Joe Darowski from The Protagonist Podcast

"Now on the one hand just doing it is the way you're gonNA learn so there's no other way to figure out how to do it other than saying I want to be podcast and therefore I will cast my name is Joe Girardi and I host the protagonist podcast previously I co-hosted we'll get into that I am sure we definitely will but I i WanNa know what got you into the podcasting game what made you become a podcast so in uncut somewhere in late two thousand fourteen one of my best friends from high school reached out to me and said delisted podcastone yes hide I listen to podcasts for years now and he's like I think I want to start one and I said I've batted around the idea starting one for a while and never committed and he's like let's commit and then within a month or two we had recorded our first episode and then a little bit after that we we've dropped the weekly episode of the protagonist podcast ever since What's never missed week which has been difficult at times there's always hurdles that come up in this case both my former co host todd Mac and I okay work in academia and he had a semester abroad in Spain and that was a little rough and making sure that we got a weekly recording done and we are back is to find work arounds dull recording when could but there were definitely times where we were starting recording very late might live and very early his time to make it work and we struggled through and and made it what is the premise of the protagonist podcast the premise of our podcast. I took a few rough drafts you know we've added a few ideas back and forth eventually we settled on What is the protagonist podcast where each week we talked about a great integrate story and we try and make sure that we mix it up our goal is basically we don't hit this one hundred percent of the time but but basically we wanted to talk about a character from a TV show a comic book a film and a novel every month so that's kind of the rotation we sprinkled some other things and we've touched on some other forms of storytelling podcast in there as well eventually we said well let's just talk about some great characters in great stories and we do try and mix it up between kind of the Classic Canon Story so we've definitely talked about some Shakespeare Jane austen with more pop culture stories we've done the planet hulk graphic novel which I think that Kinda grab bag at has its pluses and minuses I think it keeps some people will get up because they're just like that one's not for me interested but at the same time it might may expose listeners to things that are unfamiliar with it definitely has exposed me the host of the pot podcast to some stories that found from listener requests or things at todd suggested we have patrons at a certain level can request the topic to talk about and so in doing at this point we have released two hundred twenty episodes I think we've recorded about two hundred thirty 'cause we try ours is evergreens we try and keep a back catalog going there's just a lot of threat of material has been covered so one of my favorite things is finding a new story that I probably wouldn't across because of one of those suggestions saying Oh this is great I love this I'm so glad that I've been introduced to that I hope that we've been able to do that for listeners at some point as well I've been listening to your show for a few years now and I tell you that isn't that is one of the reasons why I it's because I get exposed to things that I never would have known about otherwise absolutely never would have known and it's a lot of fun there you and your your one hundred percent right there around Mike I don't even think I'm going to be interested in this and I I never deleted I just like okay I'm gonNA listen to that one finished these other ones and then and then I listened to what it was I should listen to that right away because I think I'm GonNa go watch that one of the first one that comes to my mind that you did a really deep dive on and it was it was an amazing episode food was watership down and I have no idea why because the cover has bunnies on it but I always thought that was like Mabel Battle Story I heard you talk about it was like Oh that's what I thought it was at all I well I didn't think it was I thought it was about sailor bunnies because as a child I caught five minutes of the animated adaptation and it was like this is very brief passage in the novel where they float down the river some but that's part and it's called watership down so I assumed this was all about seafaring rabbits for some reason and tell I'm pretty sure that one was a a patron request that came in and I started reading I was like Oh this is good it's not about see very rabbits and I got really into it and that was one of the episodes of kind of blew up for US view stick with podcasting while you know you kind of get the numbers that you expect for a number of downloads like you you kinda get your but then every once in a while you hit on something and it's like catching lightning in a bottle you're not quite sure why but it blows up and watership down for us like blew up on our facebook page we had thousands of likes on that one episode when we had done things that we would have thought would have a much larger fan base like we do Harry Potter episodes every year I'm you know we're we're going through one book per year kind of what we're doing we've done episodes on Star Trek and star wars and popular TV shows that you know do all right folks but watership down I think the combination of having a much broader and deeper fan base we knew seems like a lot of people from the comments we were getting on our facebook page like read this as in their adolescence or whatever and and just never forgot and it's stayed as a favourite and they've gone back to revisit it and a combination of that with no one talking about it on podcast whereas I think that's a big secret right there is everybody I everybody out there is talking about star wars and star trek and it's really hard to get really hard to get noticed on that but when you're when you're talking about something that nobody else is yeah I think that's I think that's something that really worth a magic happen yes absolutely and and also I mean it is a great book and it holds up to a lot of scrutiny and e easily we're able to do our our long discussion the episodes tend to be about an hour in length sometimes you know fifteen minutes sometime seventy minutes but about an hour is what we're shooting for and I delightful surprise both to say Oh this is something that's so good that I had never engaged with and I probably wouldn't have engaged with podcast and then also to discover that it kind of caught fire for a podcast and spread so you mentioned that it's a book that holds up to a lot of scrutiny and you you keep saying that you work in academia but let let let's throw this out there you're you're commercial that you have or that you had when it was you and todd were a couple of fan boys with PhD and that wasn't just that wasn't just fluff that was that's a fact correct yeah so I have a PhD Michigan State University in American Studies and at Michigan State they they have kind of a threat of HD? emphasis on American Popular Culture and my PhD dissertation was on race and gender in the X men comic books most of my academic publishing has either been on superhero comic books or on TV shows like the office or frazier or cheers so those are kind of my veins of research which todd has a PhD from Stanford and he studied the literature of Spain it's peninsula literature is what his PhD was and so you're taking this experience that you have with American pop culture PhD's literary background and you're diving into things like planet holck and and I always forget the name of it but it's the it's the youtube adaptation the Lizzy Lizzy Bennett Diaries yes yes that was a patron requested they've requested something that was more like classic literature I can't remember what it was now but then they switched at the last minute never mind I want to hear you guys talk about high school musical for an hour that was a fun episode as well and one of the strangest complaints I guess August complaints we've had because if you're going to be putting the material out there on the Internet do not just GonNa get bracelet with people who aren't fans of what you do but one of the biggest complaints we had is when we did an episode on Catcher in the Rye classic American Cannon Literature You know it's the signed in high schools or colleges all the time and both have literature you know backgrounds and and academics grounds but the person complained because we were making jokes while we talked about catcher in the Rye and that really upset them and in response we kind of Said look we we are GonNa talk about classic cannon things and we're also gonNA talk about light pop culture things and the combination that we think listeners or they are going to have is that we're going to try and living deep in the lighter pop culture things we're going to try and have some fun when we're talking about the classic deep literature you know the the cannon with a capital c ideas of literature and we want to always maintained that mix of having some good insights but also having some fun with the topics we're talking about not taking ourselves or the texts too seriously so you mentioned that you now hosted hosted the protagonist podcast by yourself todd todd went off he moved out of state and and pursued other projects projects yeah we made it for four years together he left on the two hundred episode he's been back a couple of times since then it's not like we had a big talk when he's gone he just said with with his career in studying peninsula literature is that I can't take the time commitment that this the maintaining this podcast is taking away from the studies I need for for his career he he just couldn't do it we we as he I mean he did it for four years so there's a lot of podcasters can't make

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Pretty daybreak shot as we get into the seven o'clock hour from tracking this cold front now that's crossed over the Mississippi River there's a little bit of thunderstorm activity just west of the Peoria area rent watches as of March is eastbound I don't think it has a lot of pop with it in terms of moisture but the. will be some select few locations we get later in the day and in the early evening hours I could see some isolated showers what time that out look ahead to the rest of your work week in my day forecast in just a few minutes we'll sketch out the door here this morning with Stephanie made good morning. fairly quiet and I think a lot of folks are going to start off their morning here in a pretty great no because weather outside is great we're not really seeing a whole lot of all you hear this morning for sixty five year Crawfordsville road looks quiet little bit more volume compared to other pictures we've been showing you this morning but everyone so moving at a good pace here I four sixty five min the Crawfordsville road location it's really close to I. seventy four so that is the usual route from the west side I think you should be okay this morning otherwise most fussing a pretty easy going start from the west side here this morning rock hill road closed I for sixty five U. S. forty if you're heading inbound from Plainfield no issues there either is approaching the interchange their lan I. for sixty five in US forty just some minor delays heading inbound but nothing too over the top right now I for sixty five pretty close to ten street there on the west side looks great ten street traffic moving okay alongside interstate traffic as well plus I drive time seventy four from brown's work twice for sixty five in a six minute drive thirty six from Avon to I. four sixty five and a twenty minute warning commute and then forty from Plainfield to I. four sixty five and a seventy minute morning drive by.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A potentially devastating storm generally an ABC news New Orleans you're listening to ABC news and it's six ten now news ninety three point one K. because traffic and weather together every ten minutes here we go again there we go this report is front here by auto nation and the downtown this way you wonder how long is it was twelve minutes right now he's been can't city and about thirty minutes as Roseville on eastbound eighties so we're seeing some improvement out there already down ten elk Grove southbound I. five you've got to about a seventy minute John for you there and they're looking closer to thirty minutes on ninety nine which is a very unusual kind of a light give you this Friday dead dead a fulsome is now twenty six minutes on eastbound fifty if you're heading out the woodland northbound I. five going to be about twenty minutes as well a slowing is right there at the beginning as you get out of downtown again very heavy traffic still coming out of the woodland area the antenna Davis on westbound eighty is about fourteen minutes and that yeah more heavy traffic there from one thirteen the causeway on the eastbound side of eighty and auto nation doesn't just sell cars they buy them too you've got a daughter nation will buy your car the offer you get is valid for seven days at any auto nation star and you don't have to buy a car from them get a check on the spot today appraise your car now auto nation dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. because and our weather clears tonight with a low sixty three tomorrow mostly sunny high ninety.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Minutes tops? This screen grabs me finding out, you in New York, by the way, the weirdest travel patterns, nah, it was actually at home. The place is called has New York the name. Oh, but it's up in Boca. It's New York prime which is very near the name Nick. Right. Evidently on stugatz phone, Nick would is the guy who runs New York prime. Break out the red panties. We are rich baby. What happened? Billy just you're discussing my. Yeah. My friend man at Nick, would Nick wouldn't I play tennis with Nick would I need a reservation me my daughter, taking her out for a nice steak dinner to celebrate that you graduated the ninth grade. And I sent to the Nick, right? You get the resing. Of course. And did you stay twice as long as you said you were going to? Sixty seventy minutes tops. I've never heard anyone described the in and out sixty seventy minutes tops desserts. Put it on put it on the poll at lebatardshow is in and out, sixty or seventy minutes. Dan, we Allison's very good at her job. And she tracked on someone that can discuss what happened with the seventy four year old woman that was helicoptered out of the foothills in the Phoenix area. However, we can't get the lady on because hippo laws which I'm sure you're very familiar with being a hippo. Don't allow for her name to be released but we can get the captain of the Phoenix fire department can explain what happened there. All right. Let's do it next cash. More of the Dan labor are show with stugatz, ten to one eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news. God's here. I say it all the time that when I had a real job when I was vice president, general manager of a major market radio station. I wish I had recruiter as a tool. It makes hiring simple. It makes it easy, and that certainly wasn't the case back when I had a real job, I could tell you the amount of people who walk through my doors, who had no business apply in asking for the jobs. They weren't applying for. Yeah. Like me wrong. What if you had your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job now ZipRecruiter's technology can do that for you? Just download the Zip Recruiter jobs are Jap. Let it know what kind of jobs, you're interested in and its technology starts.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Liverpool at some changes parts aching on at Newcastle. Looking at pressure Lynch to city action 'til Monday home against less, and it would be the perfect SAFA urine Klopp side Van Dyke completely unmarked to make what now in the third teams minute. Optional defending by Newcastle cells loses Virgil dyke, and it is a wide open headed. I mean, this is a training header one. So you kinda that livable with kick on however, seven minutes later, new CASA would get equalizing bizarre circumstances because take a look at this on with a handle always say the referendum say, absolutely. Then makes it one one. So you can get away with it here. Even though they can see I mean, if you give that. Opponents sending off. Yes. On livable. Delta ten men with seventy minutes left to play but replays play on. Refereed then see a shocker. Six minutes, later, Paris and his across spa. Still just by he'll sit is the second one in particular special one Divulje, it's not getting their unfortunate. Most Sunol then make it to the this is a boiled over from Alexander on on the finished by more Saleh doesn't try to put an awful lot of poll behind it. Just guides into that post is wonderfully executed Daniel salary starting this game. No for me in five minutes into the second half Englishman with a chance to make it three one. That puts it over the VAR. Well, you're gonna put it over the bar. Make sure it's way over the bar. Yeah. It's not very I'll tell you that it's not great full minutes later to to run dome with a goal. From the centerpiece Newcastle. The initiative Clair's Liverpool pick buddies out run on finding minute spiel Sadak dome. Shack concern hair is allow goes down with twenty minutes ago. He would be stretchered off after this collision. Right leg of the wrath guy. That comes across the phase of mama's Saleh hit on the side of the head. Come off upset went and see regarding his fitness for the ball Celona games. Four minutes ago. Van Dyke says only she can't reach you take this. Wants an in swing. It gets an swing reaching makes it three to, but you school from some of the Sikkim sounds as early on boil you want all is van die are- Gruson nickel defenders which have a week. You take. Massive win for Liverpool then defeating Newcastle by three goals to to. He's a fascinating match particularly in the second half. We just thought that livable's title chances role, but over that region Hedda very much keep so in the rights of all the people that don't want Liverpool to win the title for various reasons. Many of them on social media appointing to the freaky. It was awarded led up to that third goal suggesting that beano dived here. Not wrong. Even when my loose standards. I'm believe me. I lose ten this coast to come on. Now. Goodness afoul. But it was given now. Now, you gotta defend it Nestle. Now, you gotta defend that you didn't do it properly and give credit to Liverpool that they get the goal. Huge result for Louisville. This because that second half, we're all kind of the gun. You know, that's kind of it was done expected this to be one way traffic throughout I thought you played their part in making this an interesting contests. They were talking about even my expected but Liverpool as as you would expect I thought about two teams. But you just wondered if they let it slip. You get a little bit of luck. And you make it Cohn. We we keep going pases title fight. You think twenty minutes to go you feel like you've done everything made wait he lose against Vassallo. You've tried you one. How however many games ten games twelve. And yet you're in this situation where you see a Starman stretch it off the me. No. Of course didn't start. Even the most devout.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Game this way and the twenty game what's going happen? Then all of a sudden, bam. They go twenty nine and then he gets hurt. Then they can't figure out how to win games with him out. Then he comes back. They lose lose a couple other teams and they win and we're like, okay. And now all of a sudden, he doesn't look the same all of a sudden he just doesn't look the same. He his level of engagement doesn't look this. That that's the issue. It doesn't to me. It looks like he's playing. Well, it looks like the numbers are about where they typically always are that his career averages. He's right about I mean, it's uncanny. How close he is to his numbers over the career. But just to and again, I know that this is unscientific, and it's a matter of perception and opinion. But when I look at it, it doesn't feel like I'm getting all of it understand. We need to focus in on the Brian James. He's the big free agent signing he's abroad. Right. He's the when you gravitate toward how many points that have been score last game seven windows, seven points, come over seventy minutes. No, no. They were all in the first half. Seven points were all in the first half Travis zero points from the bench in the second half of the game. So yeah, we can talk about the Bron James. We can certainly talk about the fact that you know, he's not playing the aggressive defense that we need him to play and X Y Z. But I don't give it down if his K D. Steph, Jordan Kareem will Bob Cousy. I don't give a damn who it is. If you can't depend on the bench when you go and sit down and take a breather. You're probably going to win a lot of gains. And if your bitch gives you seven points in the first half and then zero for the rest of the damn game. I don't really. It's not enough. He coulda jumped fifty any would have fallen short. All right, Mike, Trudell Laker sideline. Reporter. He. Quest to come back on all request Wednesday. He joins us next. I can get you off right now. If I want to that is a all request Wednesday devel- Jameson on the Twitter's. There you go, bro. Travis. He knew my favorite is what? Stop liquor sideline. Reporter Mike Trudell joining us right now. And Mike last time when you were here last week, you said you could explain what we just heard. I can get you off right now if I want to. Yeah. So this was back in the days of cross talk in the morning, RIP Thompson and Trudell. God bless the dead. Exactly. We're talking about. We're talking about the Rams and Cooper Cup and Cooper cop. You know had been playing well Keyshawn had yet to buy in and Keyshawn explanation. As to why Cooper Cup was getting the this number of catches were simply that that was what Jared Goff wanted. That's what was going on in the offense. And that's where the that's where his the famous phrase happened in while about a second after he said, I press a little button talk to producer punches clip that clip I got. And here we have it off right now. If I want to. One of my favorite. A little bit better about it. Right. I always tell you can dial it up and put you in a position and you'll be famous clip though. Well. Yeah. Ticket to a whole 'nother. How you doing Michael retake? You said it. All right, guys. Are you feeling the pain that we feel about our Lakers, and in at the level that they're going in the direction at their head in and everything that's going on? Well, it was a tough trip. No question. And I just I caught the last little section where you were talking with Travis about sort of Ron and then how he looks in. And I actually tend to go with you on this one. If you watch the bron- last year, especially this time of year even the year before this is typically how he plays on the regular season. Like he has a ramp up process towards the playoffs that got super interrupted by his first long-term injury ever this season..

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on KTOK

"Maximize your social security social security for most of you is going to be a big part of your retirement income, maybe forty percent. And so you can't just neglect it and you're eligible for social security starting at sixty two the longest you can delay. It his age seventy so from sixty to seventy minutes your window. Currently that's true, Jane, as I've told people in my classes, I fully expect the full retirement age for my generation to be raised so far that I'll probably die before I reached full retirement age for social security. If you claim social security early like at sixty two. If you're full retirement age is sixty six you're looking at a twenty five percent reduction. So you'll just get more checks just smaller ones. But if you delay to age seventy you're looking at an eight percent increase for every year, you delay. So fewer checks just bigger ones. So you just need to know which option works best for you. And you wanna be careful about working and taking social security while you're under your full retirement age. If you do that, you will be subject to what's called the earnings test and you'll be penalized for making above a certain amount of money, and that certain amount of money is just over seventeen thousand dollars. It's not a lot of money. You know? So you've got to be careful about when you take it. And if my still working do I have earned income that sort of thing, and the more income, you have guess what it can be taxed? So you wanna make sure how is my income structured do. I have a bunch of taxable income or do I have some tax free income? And I'm like we said earlier that's one of the biggest things people make the mistake because it's huge. So people ask all the time. Well when. Is the best time to take social security. Well, not usually the answers. Well, when you need it. Also depends depends number four was review your portfolio. Now, we spent years and accumulation, that's just our mindset, but when we get through now, you're now in the preservation these years you've talked about Damon the five year window before you retire. You are in preservation mode because you wanna be able to retire. Then what happens is you're in distribution mode. So now that you're in distribution mode. You know, mutual funds are pretty common because most people save their money through the 4._0._1._K plans. And so you're this is accumulation accumulation, and it's mutual funds. Typically, but once you get to a certain point, and that's at least half a million dollars in a we prefer those indolent individually managed accounts because they're more cost effective, we can manage the taxes easier. It's better for the clients. It's just better at a half a million move from growth assets to income producing assets. And we do an analysis. A yield analysis for that. So that you can say, okay, I've been doing the accumulation. But now, I need to have more predictability into my account. And so we use bonds for what you need in retirement income right now, we changed from that to income producing. So make sure your wrist speed limit matches your investments that's another big mistake. We see people make they come in. And they're going eighty five miles an hour and they're getting ready to retire. And they need to be going about thirty four. And when you see that you have to make those adjustments. So we do that analysis where we show you. What's your risk is where you are now in how you reduce it and still increase? Your yield are your cash flow, which is important now. Number five, you want to set your withdrawal plan, and really what we're talking about..

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"No is the dust bunnies. Only natural predator on On the the lung. lung on is run along. Another good win verse Dortmund at the we can beating Wolfsburg meanwhile, by Munich mall, draw points for them as Carney manage a draw against Freiburg because we welcome to the show could we really be in a situation in which by Munich, don't win the Bundesliga. Truth be told. Yes, we could be in that situation. Dan, I think clearly issues right now between the manager Nico Kovac and some of the veterans which is a little bit. Like what happened with the guy who is married who started the season for the last year of college. Against Freiburg Freiburg setup very very defensively, and they simply couldn't break them down and on top of that more controversy. Thomas molar starting out on the bench. He came on with about twenty minutes ago, and very helpfully his his wife who was up in the stands tweeted, something like seventy minutes gone now the genius sends them on something like that. Which which is further. I think sends a message that things aren't right in terms of the relationship with the manager as well. As the fact of the team is playing well next for buying Doberman in the league at the weekend. Meanwhile, Champions League action mid weight GAM with tomorrow to look ahead to some of these big games, which imposing clues. He Angie Napoli. Nate late drama today as soon as they took on AC Milan. Nail nail is we take it threat to the ninety four minutes. Right. Red hair. But a foul. Repay boys? This is the right decision. Bit harsh. Like us. Yeah. And then. So late so important. He's schools that the science winning go. Not for the first time that season. Now initially the flag is up. The wreck would go. Overall, the linesmen? In the land, the weight and take a look this is what you have are. Spall on decision. How? Men in Dane atheist line, then take all three points and just take a look at what not means regarding the standings Milan remain, fourth on twenty one point still tenets after have you at all four show of Napoli gavel, Cody with us, goodness me gap. That was that was some ending. Yeah. Absolutely wild ending huge result for me, not the best of performances again. And by the way, this game could have easily gone. The other way a few minutes before those pictures that we saw we had we Kevin lasagna through on goal battling with the part of the foul went the other way. And then that whole sequence at the end made possible because Poku for reasons known only to hand decides the dribbling midfield instead of booting the ball to.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"You can't get that off the rack, the size. He is all tattered, Tom even fit it. He was plus. Okay. Going to give you a quick synopsis of movies, only seventy minutes. Okay. I you see a curtain in a man comes out Frankenstein. No, just as other men. I think he plays another role in the movie later on, but I can't tell it's all the men look the same. Okay. And he came out and he was just like, this movie is very scary. This is the story of Frankenstein. I wanted to start the episode with his speech, but you're like, nobody will understand. Reverence movie from the thirties, Franken. It's not like it's not. It's fracas I'm, but we're doing an episode frigates I, neither of us knew the movie starts with a warning and then he's like, if you can't handle this, well, we warned you and this was back in the days we're getting so scared could kill you too. Yeah, exactly. A lot of these people probably just had infections. Right. He just going in like nervous disorder. Like, no, you had like, oh, we gave them the tonic. We gave them a heaping spoonful of nervous tonic, but yet he died anyway. It starts in their everything takes forever. This movie, which is why this synopsis is gonna go really four things happen. But like every scene is like twenty five minutes long. Okay. There's there's a funeral for somebody and then you see Frankenstein, Dr. Frankenstein, of course, Frankenstein Frankenstein and eager, but get this because there's not eager guy named Fritz. Okay. These Hunchback assistant? Yeah. There's no assistant in the book and others or there's no Fritz. It's like nobody even knows about the monster except for sign and the people. The monster kills Fritz, helps them out a lot. Fritz is kind of a simple man. Okay. And I really think France, I'm the doctors. Taking advantage of him work on this. The doctors are real shithead yet. They're always peering over things. Okay. So like they're watching the first the first words, you know, there's a, there's a funeral and then you see Fritz. Let's just call eagle, right? Yeah, sure. And Frankenstein the doctor, they they peer over the gate period over things, and then a eager makes a noise and and Franken goes quiet. You fool all that's just making a worth. Yeah, exactly. And then everybody leaves, they go and they this, this guy, the grave digger. He buries his body for fifteen minutes. It's just this guy Tate and let me light to corncob pipe for like a minute and a half and smokes the corn up. I good. And then just walks well, surpass for just going to cinema watching amend spoke by. Yeah, it was crazy screen. Eager. Fritz. And. The Frankenstein the doctor. They dig up the body for another like fifteen minutes, and then it fade out and then his his fiancee get a letter from from Frankenstein, the Dr Frankenstein. And it's like, hey, I'm in this like old castle or this abandoned watch tower or something. I'm working on my experiments. Don't come here in this guy. Victor who's not Victor, Frank is his friend, Victor or comes in and starts trying to make time with his fiancee. He's like, you should be with me instead, even though they're, you know, they're, they're presumably or purportedly friends who was handsomer though they looked exactly the same. And they go and they're like, well, let's go to the thing and they find this.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on Stoppage Time: Champions League

Stoppage Time: Champions League

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on Stoppage Time: Champions League

"The way of just rolls off the tongue. The new future, the nation's league. Personally, I'm a cow care about Cup fad, but you know, whatever you can talk down about my my second here, the Concha CAF Champions League is going on right to and like, who doesn't who doesn't want that action anyway. I'm I'm upset for pills and they battled. I mean, they were so close to having such a momentous victory. I think they kind of got robbed at the end. CSKA to their credit, they stuck around. Although I had to say I was pretty disappointed. I don't think this scrappy game against pills in bodes well for them. And then at the same time pills and played with such confidence and a bit of class more class than I was necessarily expecting that, I don't know who knows. They might steal some points against Roma's. Well, like. Go, let's see them go away. They in by go, I mean, play away like they're, they're appointed home. I think that provided a real boost to them. Their fans are so excited to see European football. Again, you know, when they've got when they're at one of these major stadiums in a hostile atmosphere. See they have that same gusto. Indeed, any thoughts? Any final thoughts that you want to close with on that one though? Let's keep going. All right. Let's keep that referee conversation going Juventus to Valencia nil. It was a red card for Cristiano Renaldo in the twenty ninth minutes straight red. We'll talk about that in a moment that that was his answer to Messier's hat trick. Yesterday I predicted six goals. He gave me a straight red card. What are you going to do? But it was merely piano who converted to penalties in the forty fifth minute and the fifty first minute respectively. The Lenzi also awarded a penalty in ninety. I, I believe it was that was saved by Hsieh's ni. I would say the star the day referee. I mean, he won't. He was pretty much let's play according to my rules. I will decide exactly everything that will happen. I, the really the only talking point from this match is the referee decisions, the red card and the penalties. I didn't think the penalties really were penalties, and I thought the red guard shouldn't have been a red card. It was just. Events were lucky that they manage to get a to nil victory. Ten men down for seventy minutes, but. Yeah, let's let's talk about the Rinaldo red guard. Let's talk about that Renaldo, red cards. So it as we say, twenty th minutes Cristiano Renaldo gets tangled up with Valencia's Marito and they kind of give a little push. A shove, Maria goes down and Cristiano Renaldo frustrated, but you can at worst at worst refer to it as like a a. Messing of the hair tussle a hair tussle. Thank you. Read, gives him an affectionate hair tussle. It's like it's like you see the players get each other, like little taps the cheek all the time, and it's like a like on frustrated, but good job like like it was ninety malicious. That's. The least bit malicious and I get it's the game. It's what it is. I think obviously the the, not even Maria himself as much, but the surrounding Valencia defenders and goalie made a crisis out of it. Yeah. Yeah, they go to the wrath into a red. They completely surround the the line. Judge there behind the behind the goalie and play get stopped the the goal. The referee goes and consults with his line. Judge who very emphatically. It was like this close up. I've never seen someone speak with more like venom in their face and their voice. I don't know understand what that guy saw. But anyway, the referee goes and calls Mr.. Cristiano Renaldo over gives them a straight Red Eye was first of all kind of blown away by Cristiano Ronaldo's reaction. I'm he was here. He was interiors cried. I thought it was hilarious. He looked like such a goofball. To put it seem little kids like cried. It was a Larry. It was like, like it's like if I was going to DisneyWorld and I told my brother or my mom was like, but like read your brother can't come. And my brother was like. Like crying, I hope your brothers listening to this episode..

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Do Kids Need to Nap?

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Do Kids Need to Nap?

"Study suggests what parents and caregivers have known for a long. Time if someone's, cranky they need a. Nap the sleep study by neuroscientists at UMass Amherst found naps and overnight sleep may work together to benefit early childhood memory and emotional. Processing we spoke to Dr Laura Curzio the lead author of the study Doing some kind of early processing of information kind of allowing that information to. To get kind of maybe a next level of of memory security and then overnight sleep. Can. Then, finish. The, process and that's different from what. We might seen adults where we in. Adults we can kind of last the whole day and still be, able to just use overnight lead to to process and to. Consolidate these memories Dr Curzio says the study found that naps averaging seventy minutes our ideal,

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"It was i watching seventy minutes long stephen gerald slip it started talking about love scenes it did not see kinda start with a love seat we had one of those moments of renaldo in the tunnel wayne's ago on the field good tunnel by the very good tunnel we got very little tunnel in the premier league this season he just turned to stare mo seller stare at him and it was unclear was he going full michael phelps on the action squaring up to intimidate him or was it the solemn have been so menacing in europe so transcendent the dean going into ronaldo's head of manella couldn't help but stare at him it was like a you've versus the guy she told you not to worry about moment respective from the off adrenaline pressing thunder early exchanges liverpool set the tempo pace with it was what producer jay dubb's cold emptying clip liverpool my god and they i fifty minutes they emptied that clip then in the twenty fifth minute the moment the moment of skulduggery the moment of dr kats almost the extinguishment of hope i'd only just recovered from the pregame broad saddam the pre game that musical performance which both of my daughters was singing along with somehow was barely getting over that and yet that foul i mean we could do an entire podcast just on that foul and breakdown everything the went into all of the history of both players that comes to that moment and that foul i i'm a fan of hard challenges i understand that there are certain moments in football where the rest of allowed it where they're professional fouls you know the stopping the guy from getting ahead you push if he's if he's broken away from you at the halfway line and he's going to be one on one of the goalkeeper but there is something about this foul the nature of that foul to me that really really got under my skin and i loved and it wasn't just that it has put most salads world cup in doubt looks a little bit better today but we don't really know spin yeah we don't know anything about it and.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"For managed passionate will to win this kind of been ground down before are always easy leaving almost hello down a winner yes but but broken fascinating at the end he was vindicated as loss press conference he said it's been a difficult season but i've showed that i'm a serial winner as you think is english is bad and he meant to say that i'm a serial killer the line i loved was there's a possibility with this group of play this season we did the maximum and i think he has he has stolen shing with if you look at murata back uk drink water ruediger zappa coster ross bloody barkley who dressed up in his chelsea kit to get a medal having played for seventy minutes in the fools round i mean that's just me hating beside the point it's really a midtable squad they turn them into winners and i think he leaves a bloody alchemist i think that's fair not particularly to willie go who i think is a great season and ruediger actually who i don't think deserves to be listed amongst those other place i think rudy is actually had a pretty good season is in his role on the team in very very good central defenders he does have some very good players there they played pretty well against the top six like a little teams at the tall which is why they've been challenged against man city they just didn't get results against the low teams had some very very strange ones road some very very strange losses for this team including recently is lost we cannot awful awesome newcastle eight seven cup final win for chelsea i will say this game to me was played in the shadow of manchester city even though they were known the failed and we kinda hinted on the fa cup you still you stay when we were growing up one of the biggest games of the year couldn't feel less important in the modern game and i spend the whole ninety minutes just being like bring all next week's champion lee bringing them can't wait for that a match up with more offense than the seven patriots versus the oath rio full dallas mavericks renou does tom brady bobby chompers and most saleh as nash novitsky liverpool versus real madrid from kiev this saturday blotch liverpool the vegas guild nights.

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"seventy minutes" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"seventy minutes" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Because isn't that what we want in a series finale we want like a beautiful kind of hat tip to what was great about it like but i'll let it right heretical resolution thank you that's perfect and that is not what we got in this i think she thought it was poetic and i was like that's cliche and you don't tell me anything i don't even know what this means like it just felt very off brand for who i think is someone who creates great content i do think she's a good content creator but it was such a disappointment and so red light to shonda good luck to her i think she will do well at net flicks i think she needs to be out from under the network demands of twenty two episode season i think most creators can't create well for that long and so i think she'll do well on netflix my red light jamie is so westwards back i think greenland westworld last year it's a it's a laborious cumbersome watch but it is worthy of watching i think and my my red law has nothing to do with that beyond the episode length of the second season premiere this past sunday night it was twenty minutes and it's an exhausting seventy minutes and i just want a red light all these tv shows that think they're so precious for time that they need extra credit time to talk about all the super important things like i talk about i think about legion and i think that shows should be forty two minutes and it feels like cosmic like eighty nine hours when i watched an episode of that and it's just exhausting and just like get like just say what you're trying to say in their appropriate amount of time i do think sometimes show shows earn that and i think you know if you wanted to season finale and you need like couple extra ten minutes i'll give you that poke if you that but you've had all year to prep this season premiere and you've got an extra sauce coming after this why you gotta take extra time just tell me the thing you're trying to tell me i think you know like a a side effect of this like oversaturation age of tv is just like my time y'all's i get real picky with like am i gonna watch.

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