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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Seventy two weeks into forty three of the four lane central city parkway come for the actions of the fun the station bringing you every Broncos gear Broncos country to by buffalo wild here we on KO a this country tonight Ryan adwords Benjamin Albright's five six six nine zeros are text line this one it's a hot sauce on it not to be too harsh a Mister Edwards what if he's a Heisman voter the honor of being a Heisman winner has lost all meaning hello harsh it's free hardcore I don't know what I did to that dude if you can vote for his eyes in the I guess I guess at what the I had a chance to yet but look it's what is it are used taxi into heroin look I I can I'll I'll say they'll say like this it's an honor to be asked to do it and there's also no no no you don't get to be humble about this countered spike the ball on a Heisman voter you're not no not good that's not how I bust on build let's not build number I'm doing it for years but yeah said American some people right it's pretty all right let's get back to our week eleven expert church in the Rodney okay I'm fine I'm awesome let's get it back in let's head over to the tree yes I have a feeling this movie alone minimalist down is is.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Knight foundation helping NPR advance journalistic excellence in the digital age yes morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin all week our co hosts know all king it's been reporting from the US Mexico border she has brought us the voices of many people caught up in the humanitarian crisis at the border among them patrol agents who've been under heavy criticism for how they have handled the situation Carlos favela is executive vice president of the el Paso border patrol union the biggest misconception is that border patrol agents are or evil and their mean spirited at various stations I've seen core they have collection boxes where they just come in and drop off you know small clothing items for the kids or toys so the kids can play with even plush toys you know I seen him do this fellow is responding to reports that emerged last month of these chaotic filthy scenes particularly in Clint Texas where kids as young as seven and eight were reportedly going without basic necessities like blankets beds or soap getting into these detention centers has been difficult for journalists but freelance reporter Bob more toward that Clint facility in June and it was invited back this week with acting department whole department of homeland security secretary Kevin McLean and Bob Moore spoke with no up about it hi Bob hi good to see you again so we're seeing reports that I use raids are going to start as soon as this weekend I know that you asked Kevin mac lean and about this what do you say hi he would answer the question directly citing operational security reasons but he did say basically that I use these to be able to do its job and to protect the integrity of the at the immigration system okay you were taken on a tour of the facility in Clint Texas you also toward that facility a few weeks ago what's changed so just to give people a little lay of the land to Clint is a small farming village about twenty miles southeast of el Paso two weeks ago when I was there they were holding a hundred and seventeen children that was down from a peak of about seven hundred and it's important to understand that the listed capacity for the holding cells in the facilities a hundred eight so in the weeks before I was there they had been storing up people and essentially converted warehouses just wherever they they could point them but now from a hundred seventy two weeks ago there were sixteen children there today six only sixteen all were held inside fifteen boys and one girl the only girl there interestingly enough was a little child who looked to be between the age of two and three the rest for boys mostly teenage boys who is looking after a little girl they have water now called contract monitors there these are essentially professional childcare workers were brought in to provide those services they had just started there two weeks ago when when we were out there before that you had had essentially federal agents taking care of children I including being responsible for their baiting teeth brushing and things like that do you get the sense that customs and border protection is starting to changes facility so that it's taking care of children and families as opposed to single men for example the way it was in the past we're not seeing that so it's important to note that the facilities we were asked today are still facilities that were designed to hold single man we don't have at least on the C. B. P. and of things facilities that have been built specifically for the short term holding families were still putting families and children into what are essentially jail cells we still have not constructed the infrastructure necessary to care for children and families this week the department of homeland security reported that apprehension numbers at the border dropped significantly in the month of June that twenty eight percent is the crisis at the border moving elsewhere I think it's on pause is the best way to to put it right now for a variety of factors you now have the Mexican government that has taken a far more aggressive stance both at its southern border and its northern border in trying to keep people from crossing you have the ramping up of my group protection protocols were we now have more than nineteen thousand people waiting for asylum in the United States have been made to go back to Mexico you also have warmer weather which traditionally drives down migration rates but I think the other piece of this is happening is to smuggling organizations have sort of hit the pause button for right now too because they want to assess how all of this is playing out and how they can respond you and I sat together in immigration court this week we saw a lot of migrants who had been held in Mexico under there remain in Mexico policy most of them did not have lawyers what is going to be watching for over the next couple of months in terms of immigration court I think it's important to understand that what we witnessed is going to look a mild in comparison to what's about to calm and what we're going to see and I'll pass so apparently over the next few weeks is that the cases will be moved out of that courthouse we were in and move to tense probably at C. B. P. facilities so they'll have a judge appearing by video screen with possibly hundreds of migrants in front of him for a rights advise old it probably will be conducted we have a videotape rather than with that and judge actually interacting with people so as bizarre as what we saw was it's going to get more bizarre moving forward journalist Bob Moore thank you so much thanks for having me just about every month this year criminal groups of attacks small and mid size local governments just about every month holding their computer systems hostage and demanding ransom payments again and again the justice department says the hackers are becoming more sophisticated so the time to prepare is now here's NPR national justice correspondent Karen Johnson Brandon's Caskey runs the criminal division at the justice department he's watched the rise in so called ransomware cases with concern they are becoming smarter and more sophisticated in how they're targeting their victims and municipalities need to harden themselves as targets they need to do so quickly the cyber firm recorded future has tallied one hundred seventy six ransomware attacks on state and local governments this year California Florida Georgia Ohio in Maryland have all fallen victim sometimes disrupting police and public health operations bench Caskey says many of those places share common traits for one thing they're big enough to be able to afford to pay ransoms but they haven't port enough money and to building a safety net the message I would send to those kinds of municipalities sort of fifty thousand people to two hundred fifty thousand people is investing in the basic cyber security protections for your systems he says those places need to back up their data in keep paper records offline things they can do in the event that they do get attacked come to law enforcement early in the process when you learn that you have been a target for if you know heaven forbid you become a victim so that we can help you get better prepared to help you solve the problem the FBI discourages local governments from paying ransoms the bureau says that only promotes more criminal activity and it doesn't necessarily mean those places will get their data back the FBI says most of these ransomware attacks can be prevented.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Rachel Martin all week our co hosts know all king is been reporting from the US Mexico border she has brought us the voices of many people caught up in the humanitarian crisis out the border among them patrol agents who've been under heavy criticism for how they have handled the situation Carlos favela is executive vice president of the el Paso border patrol union the biggest misconception is that border patrol agents are or evil and their mean spirited at various stations I've seen core they have collection boxes where they just come in and drop off you know small clothing items for the kids or toys so the kids can play with even plush toys you know I've seen them do this the fellow was responding to reports that emerged last month of these chaotic filthy scenes particularly in Clint Texas where kids as young as seven and eight were reportedly going without basic necessities like blankets beds or soap getting into these detention centers has been difficult for journalists but freelance reporter Bob more toward that Clint facility in June and he was invited back this week with acting department whole department of homeland security secretary Kevin McLean and Bob Moore spoke with Noah about it hi Bob hi good to see you again so we're seeing reports that I use raids are going to start as soon as this weekend I know that you asked Kevin mac lean and about this what do you say hi he wouldn't answer the question directly citing operational security reasons but he did say basically that I use these to be able to do its job and to protect the integrity of the at the immigration system okay you were taken on a tour of the facility in Clint Texas you also toward that facility a few weeks ago what's changed so just to give people a little lay of the land to Clint as a small farming village about twenty miles southeast of el Paso two weeks ago when I was there they were holding a hundred and seventeen children that was down from a peak of about seven hundred and it's important to understand that the listed capacity for the holding cells enough facilities a hundred eight of so in the weeks before I was there they had been storing up people and essentially converted warehouses just wherever they they could put them but now from a hundred seventy two weeks ago there were sixteen children there today six only sixteen all were held inside fifteen boys and one girl the only girl there interestingly enough was a little child who looked to be between the age of two and three the rest for boys mostly teenage boys who is looking after the little girl they have what are now called contract monitors there these are essentially professional childcare workers were brought in to provide those services they had just started there two weeks ago when when we were out there before that you had had essentially federal agents taking care of children I including being responsible for their baiting teeth brushing and things like that do you get the sense that customs and border protection is starting to changes facilities so that it's taking care of children and families as opposed to single men for example the way it was in the past we're not seeing that so it's important to note that the facilities we were asked today are still facilities that were designed to hold single man we don't have at least on the C. B. P. end of things facilities that have been built specifically for the short term holding of families we're still putting families and children into what are essentially jail cells we still have not constructed the infrastructure necessary to care for children and families this week the department of homeland security reported that apprehension numbers at the border dropped significantly in the month of June that twenty eight percent is the crisis at the border moving elsewhere I think it's on pause is the best way to to put it right now for a variety of factors you now have the Mexican government that has taken a far more aggressive stance both at its southern border and its northern border and trying to keep people from crossing you have the ramping up of my group protection protocols were we now have more than nineteen thousand people waiting for asylum in the United States have been made to go back to Mexico you also have warmer weather which traditionally drives down migration rates but I think the other piece of this is happening is to smuggling organizations have sort of hit the pause button for right now too because they want to assess how all of this is playing out and how they can respond you and I sat together in immigration court this week we saw a lot of migrants who had been held in Mexico under there remain in Mexico policy most of them did not have lawyers what is going to be watching for over the next couple of months in terms of immigration court I think it's important to understand that what we witnessed is going to look a mild in comparison to what's about to calm and what we're going to see an op also apparently over the next few weeks is that the cases will be moved out of that courthouse we were in and move to tense probably at C. B. P. facilities so they'll have a judge appearing by video screen with possibly hundreds of migrants in front of him for a rights advise old it probably will be conducted we have a videotape rather than with us and judge actually interacting with people so as bizarre as what we saw was it's going to get more bizarre moving forward journalist Bob Moore thank you so much thanks for having me just about every month this year criminal groups of attacks small and mid sized local governments just about every month holding their computer systems hostage and demanding ransom payments again and again the justice department says the hackers are becoming more sophisticated so the time to prepare is now here's NPR national justice correspondent Karen Johnson Brian bands Caskey runs the criminal division at the justice department he's watched the rise in so called ransomware cases with concern they are becoming smarter and more sophisticated in how they're targeting their victims and municipalities need to harden themselves as targets and they need to do so quickly the cyber firm recorded future has tallied one hundred seventy six ransomware attacks on state and local governments this year California Florida Georgia Ohio and Maryland have all fallen victim sometimes disrupting police and public health operations bench Caskey says many of those places share common traits for one thing they're big enough to be able to afford to pay ransoms but they haven't port enough money into building a safety net the message I would send to those kinds of municipalities sort of fifty thousand people to two hundred fifty thousand people is invest in the basic cyber security protections for your systems he says those places need to back up their data in keep paper records offline things they can do in the event that they do get attacked come to law enforcement early in the process when you learn that you have been a target or if you know heaven forbid you become a victim so that we can help you get better prepared to help you solve the problem the FBI discourages local governments from paying ransoms the bureau says that only promotes more criminal activity and it doesn't necessarily mean those places will get their data back the FBI says most of these ransomware attacks can be prevented Kerry Johnson NPR news Washington this is NPR news support.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KCRW

"Knight foundation helping NPR advance journalistic excellence in the digital age yes morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin all week our co hosts know all king is been reporting from the US Mexico border she has brought us the voices of many people caught up in the humanitarian crisis out the border among them patrol agents who've been under heavy criticism for how they have handled the situation Carlos favela is executive vice president of the el Paso border patrol union the biggest misconception is that border patrol agents are or evil and their mean spirited at various stations I've seen core they have collection boxes where they just come in and drop off you know small clothing items for the kids or toys so the kids can play with even plush toys you know I've seen them do this fellow is responding to reports that emerged last month of these chaotic filthy scenes particularly in Clint Texas where kids as young as seven and eight were reportedly going without basic necessities like blankets beds or soap getting into these detention centers has been difficult for journalists but freelance reporter Bob more toward that Clint facility in June and he was invited back this week with acting department whole department of homeland security secretary Kevin McLean and Bob Moore spoke with no up about it hi Bob hi good to see you again so we're seeing reports that I use raids are going to start as soon as this weekend I know that you asked Kevin mac lean and about this what do you say hi he would answer the question directly citing operational security reasons but he did say basically that I use these to be able to do its job and to protect the integrity of the into immigration system okay you were taken on a tour of the facility in Clint Texas you also toward that facility a few weeks ago what's changed so just to give people a little lay of the land to Clint as a small farming village about twenty miles southeast of el Paso two weeks ago when I was there they were holding a hundred and seventeen children that was down from a peak of about seven hundred and it's important to understand that the listed capacity for the holding cells enough facilities a hundred eight so in the weeks before I was there they had been storing up people and essentially converted warehouses just wherever they could they could put them but now from a hundred seventy two weeks ago there were sixteen children there today hello six only sixteen all were held inside fifteen boys and one girl the only girl there interestingly enough was a little child who looked to be between the age of two and three the rest were boys mostly teenage boys who is looking after the little girl they have what are now called contract monitors there these are essentially professional childcare workers were brought in to provide those services they had just started there two weeks ago when when we were out there before that you had had essentially federal agents taking care of children I including being responsible for their baiting teeth brushing and things like that do you get the sense of customs and border protection is starting to changes facility so that it's taking care of children and families as opposed to single men for example the way it was in the past we're not seeing that so it's important to note that the facilities we were asked today are still facilities that were designed to hold single man we don't have at least on the C. B. P. end of things facilities that have been built specifically for the short term holding of families we're still putting families and children into what are essentially jail cells we still have not constructed the infrastructure necessary to care for children and families this week the department of homeland security reported that apprehension numbers at the border dropped significantly in the month of June about twenty eight percent is the crisis at the border moving elsewhere I think it's on pause is the best way to put it right now for a variety of factors you now have the Mexican government that has taken a far more aggressive stance both at its southern border and its northern border and trying to keep people from crossing you have the ramping up of my group for Texan protocols were we now have more than nineteen thousand people waiting for asylum in the United States have been made to go back to Mexico you also have warmer weather which traditionally drives down migration rates but I think the other piece of this is happening is to smuggling organizations have sort of hit the pause button for right now too because they want to assess how all of this is playing out and how they can respond you and I sat together in immigration court this week we saw a lot of migrants who had been held in Mexico under their main in Mexico policy most of them did not have lawyers what is going to be watching for over the next couple of months in terms of immigration court I think it's important to understand that what we witnessed is going to look a mild in comparison to what's about to calm and what we're going to see an op Paso apparently over the next few weeks is that the cases will be moved out of that courthouse we were in and move to tense probably at C. B. P. facilities so they'll have a judge appearing by video screen with possibly hundreds of migrants in front of him for a rights advise old it probably will be conducted we have a videotape rather than with that and judge actually interacting with people so as bizarre as what we saw was it's going to get more bizarre moving forward journalist Bob Moore thank you so much thanks for having me just about every month this year criminal groups of attacks small and mid size local governments just about every month holding their computer systems hostage and demanding ransom payments again and again the justice department says the hackers are becoming more sophisticated so the time to prepare is now here's NPR national justice correspondent Karen Johnson Brian bands Caskey runs the criminal division at the justice department he's watched the rise in so called ransomware cases with concern they are becoming smarter and more sophisticated in how they're targeting their victims and municipalities need to harden themselves as targets and they need to do so quickly the cyber firm recorded future has tallied one hundred seventy six ransomware attacks on state and local governments this year California Florida Georgia Ohio and Maryland have all fallen victim sometimes disrupting police and public health operations binge Caskey says many of those places share common traits for one thing they're big enough to be able to afford to pay ransoms but they haven't port enough money into building a safety net the message I would send to those kinds of municipalities sort of fifty thousand people to two hundred fifty thousand people is investing in the basic cyber security protections for your systems he says those places need to back up their data in keep paper records offline things they can do in the event that they do get attacked come to law enforcement early in the process when you learn that you have been a target for if you know heaven forbid you become a victim so that we can help you get better prepared to help you solve the problem the FBI discourages local governments from paying ransoms the bureau says that only promotes more criminal activity and it doesn't necessarily mean those places will get their data back the FBI says most of these ransomware attacks can be prevented Kerry Johnson NPR news Washington this is morning edition on.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Day midterms today. Sunny, highs around eighty seventeen days until thanksgiving or twenty five days until jingle ball seventeen seventy two weeks in a day O, M G. That's right. That's right. Is hit me in. My fridge already the green beans onion rings the water chestnuts. Everything from my casserole, it's all they're gonna Turkey your pickle pickle. So tomorrow election day, so many Americans have voted early. What are you going to the polls tomorrow for the midterms now, Brian Calabasas? Rarely do I want to strike up controversy. Brian is going to strike it up. He wants to bring a prop seven Brian for those. Who haven't been following props seven is which prop? To get rid of the time. Change. I know people are starting to dial and write letters now we are going to talk about this proposition. I understand, you know, some of you will be outraged. Some won't but props seven to do away with daylight saving time. Correct. Yep. Do you know why we have it in the first place? There's something. I don't think anybody really knows something about with farmers and the light more time for crop in some people kind of converted it into people don't want their kids walking home from school with late. But all those reasons are reasons they say that they say traffic, they say accidents. They say crime they say too. Yeah, they say all these things contributed to why we have daylight, and it's not savings if saving which I screw up all the time. And they don't they say that there's actually an increase in traffic collisions after daylight savings. They do the funds in your eyes. For example. For example, rush hour today. Son will be starting at four fifty six..

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Giving them new ideas for how to make it super easy or like here's some takeout options that are almost as good as homemade meals. And then most people are super social, go out to dinner. I didn't like seventy two weeks, so I get that. That's a, that's a thing, but if we can rain it in a little bit, you can see big results. So what do you find some common pitfalls that people come to you with? Like is there are there any patterns notice? Yeah, a lot of times it's. Tons of like extra carbs that people don't realize they're having. I mean, I'm not like a a paleo sorta persons specifically, but I do see a lot of people have in grains at like three different meals, three meals a day and at their snacktime rain it back to two usually or one day if they're serious goals, they wanna hit. So we do watch quantities of grains. And then of course, drinking too much to is one that guys come in who have upwards when I had them check upwards of thirty drinks in a week, and it's crazy. To me, but I wouldn't even consider them like alcohol necessarily like we know those Bros. who do that and they're not far behind. Yeah. Well, yeah, I definitely have had weeks with thirty drinks in a week before it happens. How do you so tell us, so how do you rein it back? Give us some people track. So if you have to make a tally Mark, on your hand, if you text yourself every time you have a drink. Like let's get a gauge for where actually out because people come in and are like, I don't drink on weekdays, but then I do, and then they are out. They have random catch up after a workout class, and then they have to drink. But it just adds up. So really my my starting point starting goal for most people to get drinks under ten per week. So single digits drinks for the week. Yeah, I like that role just like really helpful. And I think of it that way for myself and ideally weight, Loss's your goal. Let's say the less the better. And so for women, it really is like four drinks in a week is optimal, but I need to be realistic to with clients who are like roll my eyes if I said that. So when you say that, I'm like, okay, two nights out with two drinks or one night out. That's really fun with four people. People do Bank them and I'm not going to be like the drink police. The fun, please for this. That's fine. It's more what happens. Food wise with that and what happens the next day? What happens with your workout? Do you end up going crazy brunch? Because you feel really hung over. So everyone has that point where all of the sudden they feel like they're number of drinks, then they feel hungover. Yeah, I find that the, you know, when you look at a drink menu, you kind of look at it in the same sort of like is, is you look at a normal food menu and you're like, can get this Margaret and I can get all of this, but then you, it's one of those things. You just have to remember like I have four, but I can have four like vodka sodas or like very clean type of drinks where it's just like the alcohol that you're drinking because otherwise I was because I was at the other week. Last this weekend and I wanted to get a Margarita, but. Alerts. I looked at the ingredients under the menu and it was a nice restaurant, and it's the coin tro. So I looked up or contra. I looked it up and he was like one hundred twenty calories for just one shot of that. So I was like, okay, plus the tequila. It's a whole thing mean like just to kill us otas. Yes. So so you didn't get three to kill soda? Probably, but so that's what I was thinking. It's like you kind of have to you have to just choose what you want. Yeah. And plus Margaritas, there's sugar Gaba and stuff that will actually make you feel a little crappier the next day. So it's not. You're right..

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Incredible to hell's bells hey helen captain enough you in this movie wow you're our very own elastic girl so what is when like this one is as you would expect of an incredible movie highly entertaining so the story picks up immediately after the end of incredible which is confusing because it's been fourteen years for the rest of us but the they faced the undermine her the battle does not go entirely to plan because you know he's a tough opponent naturally nothing is beneath him he's always been thus as it were and so superheroes once again have public relations problem on their hands so a kindly stranger appears with an interesting proposition he thinks that helen parr aka elastic girl is the way to sort of restore the superheroes reputation he wants heard kind of front the effort to get superheroes back into the kind of the spotlight into the kind of well into legal legality right that's a technical term shut up so she has to basically leave the heis and go to work for this guy winston devore day for copper remember how it was seventy two weeks ago he's odin kirk and and kind of try and you know restore the reputation superheroes by being all sim a not causing massive months of collateral damage she does so the problem is she faces terrifying new phone called the screen slavery by by takes control the people screens and then hypnotize them with the screens and that makes them do stuff that's a car to the sort of the pun the neil hundred percent hundred percent so she has to try bowel the screen saver meanwhile mr incredible is left at home with the kids as well as helping dash with his homework and violet with her love life he also has to negotiate the fight that they have just discovered that baby jack jack has many many many many many many hours so that's exciting for him yeah yeah yeah yeah so is this as good as the first movie we we like it yes and no no it's not as good as the first movie but yes we like it okay the first movies i think it was nailed on five wasn't it from empire and this one is spoilers for but it still huge amount of fun i just don't think it has quite the narrative focus and drive of the first one there's a lot going on doesn't all entirely hang together but everything that's going on is fun like all the stuff is is nothing to do with the main plot really you're entertained like hell watching it so there's a bit with a recruit and everything it's i've seen that sequence i have not seen the whole film but fatigue from including the recommend sequence indeed it's a fuzzy quance but you know at the mod comes back in she's also obviously voiced by bird himself there's there's lots and lots of fun stuff but it just yeah just have quite the same focus i think the first one had it just feels a little bit will there on your your entertain the whole way through you just don't come away struck i think as you did with the first one all right okay so we get this one onestar shock but we multiplied it by four right yes that's right that's that's my niece star rating system by the way everything's onestar multiplied by something it's how it works my target i need more baby food that's what i need basically remember the rubicon computer game jimbo that was great fun wasn't it yes because you collected baby baby we'll give you how do you remember that game great theme june that and turn up an advert was that that that that that that remember that it was an ocean game as our co it wasn't ocean guy isn't this daljit brilliant brilliant brilliant loving great stuff very very similar to the robot co computer game was the cobra out of tyson also interested so four stars in from credible to and you are that's talk skyscraper let's jimbo so this is tearing and found epic intake breath it's this this is this is this is a film i really really really wanted to say and then i saw it coined the problem that i have is filming on twitter this week am i review was skyscrapers one hundred and two minutes long yeah and then realize i should that two minutes high but i don't have much good to say about this film sadly well this rock dwayne johnson as will soya security expert in exit of swat operative who is doing a security order on.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The industry for a very long time and so we've always had a good reputation based on that so when we started we were able to be one of the companies that could by the the best organisms from the best rowers now that's not the case for every company that comes along because there's a limited supply of the top robotics and so other companies get those the next level down in other companies get the next level down so we're just gonna talk about that very top tier of companies that combines the very best organisms it's what you do with them that matters you know we by the same lactobacillus acid off louis half a dozen other good companies get what makes us different number one you first thing you do when you pick up the bottle you're gonna see glass right and that's a significant significant difference between plastic you know just right there then you have a nitrogen flush it's extra dry in there there's an oxygen absorption pack moisture absorption pack so the product is kept very fresh in the bottle in plastic some water and oxygen can move through some plastic container since all you start getting some degradation we recommend refrigeration it's not critical seventy two weeks on opened it runs separate we're still above are guaranteed so we know is better if it's been refrigerated then the second thing is you've got to get them from the capsule were they are of freeze dried organisms you gotta get into the into the area of the gut where they're going to do their work so first thing they do they have to get through the stomach the stomach and that kills ninety nine percents of all the bacteria that go in there so we we we patented years ago the idea of taking sodium alginate and using that inside the capsule and that protects the 'bacterial going through the stomach then because they are freeze dried organisms they're very fragile when they get into the smaller tests and the p h is up around seven neutral little bit below that you have the bacteria start to get water water is the most important thing stability is freeze dried organism so you have.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For mergency funds for college funding for estate planning for business capital and capital accumulation and and cash flow management and so forth and so i've i've asked also for many other savvy financial advisers to send in stories and one just emailed me one and it's really getting past a skeptical cpa scrutiny and so he shared in this story which i won't read the whole thing but he had this networking breakfast group that consisted of artisans and professional cells executives small business owners and one very successful in enter entertaining cpa woman and after several weeks of him after he had been trained by me how his contributions and the living benefits in an is approved risk free tax free retirement income alternative to that of an at risk mutual fund account within a 401k or an ira this cpa finally curiosity got the best ever and she said hey we gotta have lunch you gotta tell me more about this tax free retirement income because i am not aware of that well during that lunch or questions were implicit and explicit and he explained and outlined the internal revenue code section seventy seven zero two and seventy two weeks like i teach in my sessions and that i teach in advanced continuing education to cpa's and they sit there with their mouths open i've taught some of the major law firms in this country and when properly structured and funded and utilized the after tax contributions are sent in to companies that have been around for a hundred and fifty years with this laser fund is what i call it as opposed to maybe the at risk mutual fund retirement account ira's 401k's where people are duped into thinking they're going to be in a lower tax bracket and so forth well this cpa was blown away but she thought it was too good to be true so she confirmed the the irs code employed exactly to create this tax free income and that it was a not subject to market volatility and she got a confirmation from another associate tax attorney friend of hers and then the attorney explained in depth the sections of the golden said right on this is exactly right it's like the the best secret out there in the financial services industry that most financial planners are not ever taught or they don't introduce it because they don't make very much money if you do this.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The industry for a very long time and so we've always had a good reputation based on that so when we started we were able to be one of the companies that could by the the best organisms from the best rowers now that's not the case for every company that comes along because there's a limited supply of the top probiotics and so other companies get the next level down and other companies get the next level up so we're just gonna talk about that very top tier of companies that can buy the very best organisms it's what you do with him that matters you know we by the same lactobacillus acid that half a dozen other good companies get what makes us different number one you first thing you do when you pick up the bottle you're gonna see it's glass right and that's a significant significant difference between plastic you know just right there then you have a nitrogen flush it's extra dry and there there's an oxygen absorption pack moisture absorption pack so the product is kept very fresh in the bottle in plastic some water and oxygen can move through some plastic containers and so he just started getting some degradation we recommend refrigeration it's nice critical seventy two weeks on opened at room temperature we're still above are guaranteed so we know but is better if it's been refrigerated then the second thing is you've got to get them from the capsule where they are of priest dried organisms you gotta get him into the into the area of the gut where they're going to do their work so first thing they do they have to get through the stomach well the stomach kills ninety nine percent of all the bacteria that lynn there so we we we've patented years ago the idea of taking sodium alginate using that inside the capsule and that protects the bacteria going through the stomach then because they are freeze dried organisms they're very fragile when they get into the smaller tests and the p h is up around seven neutral a little bit below that you have the bacteria start to get get water movie and water is the most important things ability of his freeze dried organisms then you have to wake them up so we use sunflower lecithin and oleic acid wake them up nobody else knew that so.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Free tax free retirement income alternative to that of an at risk mutual fund account within a 401k or an ira this cpa finally curiousity got the best version she said hey we gotta have lunch you gotta tell me more about this tax free retirement income because i i'm not aware of that well during that lunch or questions were implicit and explicit and he explained outlined the internal revenue code section seventy seven two and seventy two weeks like i teach in my sessions and that i teach in advance continuing education to cpa and they sit there with their mouths open i've taught some of the major law firms in this country and when properly structured and funded and utilized the after tax contributions are sent in companies that have been around for a hundred and fifty years with this laser fund is what i call it as opposed to maybe the at risk mutual fund retirement account in ira's 401k's where people are duped into thinking they're going to be in a lower tax bracket and so forth well this cpa was blown away but she thought it was too good to be true so she confirmed the irs code employed exactly to create this tax free income and that it was not subject to market volatility and she got a confirmation from another associate tax attorney friend of hers and then the attorney explained in depth the sections of the golden said right on this is exactly right it's like the the the best secret out there in the financial services industry that most financial planners are not ever taught or they don't introduce it because they don't make very much money if you do this that's one of the big reasons and that's where the.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Risk free tax free retirement income alternative to that of an at risk mutual fund account within a 401k or an ira this epa finally curiosity got the best of her and she said hey we gotta have lunch you gotta tell me more about this tax free retirement income because i am not aware of that well during that lunch or questions were implicit and explicit and he explained and outlined the internal revenue code section seventy seven zero two and seventy two weeks like i teach in my sessions and that i teach in advance continuing education to cpa's and they sit there with their mouths open i've taught some of the major law firms in this country and when properly structured and funded and utilized the after tax contributions are sent into companies that have been around for one hundred fifty years with this laser fund is what i call it as opposed to maybe the at risk mutual fund retirement account and ira's 401k's where people are duped into thinking they're going to be in a lower tax bracket and so forth well this cpa was blown away but she thought it was too good to be true so she confirmed the irs code employed exactly to create this tax free income and that it was not subject to market volatility and she got a confirmation from another associate tax attorney friend of hers and then the attorney explained in depth the sections of the golden said right on this is exactly right it's like the the the best secret out there in the financial services industry that most financial planners are not ever taught or they don't introduce it because they don't make very much money if you do this.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For emergency funds for college funding for estate planning for business capital and capital accumulation and and cash flow management and so forth and so i've i've asked also for many other savvy financial advisers to send in stories and one just emailed me one and it's really getting past a skeptical cpa scrutiny and so he shared in this story which i won't read the whole thing but he had this networking breakfast group that consisted of artisans and professionals cells executives small business owners and one very successful and enter entertaining cpa woman and after several weeks of him after he'd been trained by me how his contributions and the living benefits in an irs approved risk free tax free retirement income alternative to that of an at risk mutual fund account within a 401k or an ira this cpa finally curiosity got the best of her and she said hey we gotta have lunch you gotta tell me more about this tax free retirement income because i am not aware of that well during that lunch or questions were implicit and explicit and he explained and outlined the internal revenue code section seventy seven zero two and seventy two weeks like i teach in my sessions and that i teach in advanced continuing education to cpa's and they sit there with their mouths open i've taught some of the major law firms in this country and when properly structured and funded and utilized the after tax contributions are sent into companies that have been around for a hundred and fifty years with this laser fund is what i call it as opposed to maybe the at risk mutual fund retirement account ira's of 401k's where people are duped into thinking they're going to be in a lower tax bracket and so forth well this cpa was blown away but she thought it was too good to be true so she confirmed the irs code employed exactly to create this tax free income and that it was not subject to market and she got a confirmation from another associate tax attorney friend of hers and then the attorney explained in depth the sections of the golden said right on this is exactly right it's like the the the best secret out there in the financial services industry that most financial planners are not ever taught or they don't introduce it because they don't make very much money if you do this.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Risk free tax free retirement income alternative to that of an at risk mutual fund account within a 401k or an ira this cpa finally they got the best of her and she said hey we gotta have lunch you gotta tell me more about this tax free retirement income because i'm not aware of that well during that lunch or questions were implicit and explicit and he explained an outline the internal revenue code section seventy seven two and seventy two weeks like i teach in my sessions and that i teach in advanced continuing education to cpa's and they sit there with their mouths open i've taught some of the major law firms in this country and when properly structured and funded and utilized the after tax contributions are sent into companies that have been around for a hundred and fifty years with this laser fund is what i call it as opposed to maybe the at risk mutual fund retirement account in ira's 401k's where people are duped into thinking they're going to be in a lower tax bracket and so forth well this cpa was blown away but she thought it was too good to be true so she confirmed the irs code employed exactly to create this tax free income and that it was not subject to market volatility and she got a confirmation from another associate tax attorney friend of hers and then the attorney explained in depth the sections of the golden said right on this is exactly right it's like the best secret out there in the financial services industry that most financial planners are not ever taught or they don't introduce it because they.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Free tax free retirement income alternative to that of an at risk mutual fund account within a 401k your ira this cpa finally her curiosity got the best of her and she said hey we gotta have lunch you gotta tell me more about this tax free retirement income because i am not aware of that well during that lunch or questions were implicit and explicit and he explained an outline the internal revenue code section seventy seven two and seventy two weeks like i teach in my sessions and that i teach in advance continuing education to cpa's and they sit there with their mouths open i've taught some of the major law firms in this country and when properly structured and funded and utilized the after tax contributions are sent in companies that have been around for a hundred and fifty years with this laser fund is what i call it as opposed to maybe the at risk mutual fund retirement account ira's 401k's where people are duped into thinking they're going to be in a lower tax bracket and so forth well this cpa was blown away but she thought it was too good to be true so she confirmed the irs code where employed exactly to create this tax free income and that it was not subject to market volatility and she got a confirmation from another associate tax attorney friend of hers and then the attorney explained in depth the sections of the golden said right on this is exactly right it's like the the the best secret out there in the financial services industry that most financial planners are not ever taught or they don't introduce it because they don't make very much money if you do this that's.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"More graphic films of call crushing terrible events taking place even people dying an once you start to break the berries and look those than the idea of also saying committees ice actually quite sadistic becomes they've more appealing to a certain extent a lotta showdon freud which is that is a bit like bullying at school which is there's almost laughing tinged with a relief the it's not may and you're watching them becoming a more victim until i love that you do have to check your empathy out of the window which is quite a surreal experience and not mainly comes from the ideas that elhul hearts not may thank goodness it's not me because i dental i would do in those circumstances so you align yourself with the prankster because they're the ones that have the pound control in that situation and it's that strong human response that keeps people going back that makes this are so profitable new the more extreme the prying the grace of the chance it will go viral and a viral video means youtube make money from views and clerics yet you cubes could make money from taking the risk but the consequences can be serious for them the british newspaper the times said the freedom of information request and found that last year ambulance and police services in the uk responded to nearly three thousand youtube related incidents and now we don't know how many of those exactly where prank related but varies youtubers have been arrested for that students joined that case in two thousand fifteen when the troll station youtube channel they're a group of bush prices they filmed fake robbery at london's national portrait gallery yeah and he said that's a really good example of what happens when a pronk goes wrong his a reminder i told him is a prime to go they caused a mass panic as people run out of the building and the full price just were jailed for a total of seventy two weeks after pleading guilty to two counts of threatening behaviour causing fare of unlawful violence one of the.

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"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two weeks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The championships that they want none of them that out mode where right because criminal illegal they want him world super fever earlier in the first or go first week of february ups i see how it works there are unrealistic goalkicker rematch of the super bowl this week in the falcons they're not playing great i mean you know last week they blew a seventeen nothing lead to the dolphins lost of the bills the week before their offense seems to be out of synch what do you see with them with the falcons that that has them off kilter a little bit i've i've heard disputes from from coach belichick several arms were when i was in her office you were with a different generation requires but he talks about a lot of are not sorta focused on a box score not focusing on napier more recent a performance but just pay attention to your own job even are you certainly hear that memory times but a matching you know you you're you see your box core and you could get transfixed by the idea of hey the only sport seventy two weeks in a row but didn't you do have to do your job and that means cover who real drums yeah in last year's mp that mean devan davante minute covered coalmine and now muhammad loopback healthy in april one guys did cube everyone a problem usually so it's really not your job to figure out why they're there scarborough scuttling a little bit it's gorgeous to respect that you know kind of the analogy always like when you use this one where we're we're mike tyson you know you may have seen my tyson lose last week the buster douglas but if you're fighting them this week i think representative you're getting your guy you're right off the kind of prepare that way so they're extremely dating dangerous just by virtue of personnel so i think you have to kind of uh on your prepare for their best what's on with nfl chatham a threetime super bowl champion patriots um you know it's it's working cleveland during the week and i go i should add to this i continue to go.

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