35 Burst results for "Single Night"
Larry O'Connor: The Backstage Arrogance of Broadway Theatre
"I had a friend who recently appeared on Broadway in a very high profile production And he came from a military family And he's told me he's told me these stories that he had to under constant commentary Vitriolic insults Not a little limb They didn't know he was in the closet of course You can't publicly say when you work in the business What your political ideas are So he had to sit there and everyone backstage working on a show they all assumed that everybody's the same They all assume that everybody's to the left of Don lemon and Rachel maddow It's the assumption the arrogance of that assumption so they just openly talk about their politics and the disdain The vitriol the insults level to conservative Republicans Trump supporters southerners military veterans any other group That his fellow actors or stage managers or wardrobe people could soft morally dream up there during the daily backstage rants against the Trump administration This is what he had to deal with every single night There's only one group of coworkers backstage at a theater Who would like exchange glances and roll their eyes with him and keep their mouths shut During these moments they were the stagehands Stagehands generally speaking more conservative as a group and they have children who have followed in their parents footsteps They're probably serving in the military My friend actually put up a picture of one of the stagehand sons who was an active duty serving in Afghanistan at the time Put a picture up backstage so that they could honor him While they were trashing the commander in chief in the military culture
Ayton returns to pace Suns in 111-107 win over Blazers in OT
"After after missing missing the the previous previous two two games games with with blue blue the the entry entry even even return return to to the the Phoenix Phoenix line line up up and and scored scored twenty twenty eight eight points points with with thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds and and the the sons sons one one eleven eleven one one oh oh seven seven overtime overtime win win at at Portland Portland it it was was an an amazing amazing game game by by eight eight am am said said teammate teammate Chris Chris Paul Paul that's that's how how dominant dominant he he can can be be that that can can be be home home every every single single night night and and when when he he plays plays like like that that so so be be really really tough tough to to beat beat hall hall finished finished with with twenty twenty four four points points including including the the game game tying tying basket basket near near the the end end of of regulation regulation Damian Damian Lillard Lillard scored scored thirty thirty one one to to top top the the trailblazers trailblazers who've who've now now lost lost six six straight straight and and nine nine out out of of ten ten I I am am mark mark Myers Myers
DeRozan, LaVine lead Bulls' 121-103 rout of LA; Davis tossed
"Tamara to rose and scored a season high thirty eight points and the bulls won out the Lakers won twenty one to one oh three want to be successful you know just go out there compete have fun with my teammates and logo everything when I struggle to come up with a victory in the home that's our job every single night I just started my job Chicago made fifteen three point shots to only six four Los Angeles Lonzo ball scored twenty seven points also a season high making seven baskets from downtown tailing Horton Tucker finished with twenty eight points to top the Lakers mark Myers Los Angeles
Giants top Rockies 7-2 for 100th win, hold onto NL West lead
"For home runs lifted San Francisco to a seven to two win over the Rockies with the victory the giants reach the one hundred when mark for the eighth time in franchise history manager Gabe Kapler we got to be on our game every single night it is a good good point should should reflect on what we accomplished and how many different players and staff people in your organization contributed to getting strapped up also because the Dodgers won an Arizona LA remains one game behind the National League west leaders the giants went in front for good in the sixth when Brandon belt broke up a two two tie with a solo Homer San Francisco scored four more in the seventh highlighted by a three run home run from like you Stransky Bruce Morton Denver
"single night" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"It's the inevitable step. The inevitable step. If if If you came home every single night. You came home every single night from work and found every single one of your dishes had been pulled out of the cupboard and smashed on the floor of your kitchen One you'd be irate and two. You'd probably be pretty poor having to buy new dishes all the time. But at some point in time once I got you revved up and angry enough about that. Not that that would take a lot of work. You would want to identify who exactly is doing this is that my husband is that my wife? Is that my kids? That's it said the dog. Is someone breaking in the house and I'm a work whose breaking my place. Well. If I was to ever bring you that person. Hey, Bob. Yeah, I found him. Your neighbor that neighbor you don't like actually the one who's thrown trash over the fence in your yard and stuff before his dog barks keeps you up all night. I found him. It's your neighbor. Whoa! What's Step two. What's Step two. I mean, you can. You can argue, what are we going to do? We're going to call the cops were going to just beat the daylights out of him. What are we going? But there has to be a step two. Step two is what are we going to do to him? He has to have something done. That's what we've done as a country. We have separated off these group of people. There's not only separate their lower you remember, they talked all the time about sophisticated and unsophisticated, their separate their lower And now that we know who the bad guys are. What are we going to do to him about it? Well, I mean, That's what this FDA approval is. On the heels of this FDA approval, the president of the United States of America stood up and said, one of the creepier things I've ever heard from an American politician in my life. Today. I'm calling on more country. More companies, I should say in the private sector. To step up with vaccine requirements. That will reach millions more people. For your business leader. State or local labor. Has been waiting for full FDA approval to require vaccinations. I call on you now to do that requiring What I did last month requiring employees to get vaccinated. Or face strict requirements. Don't you see the phase we've moved in nationally? In the punishment phase. Oh, because this is America. They had a brief member. The brief it lasted, like 10 minutes. The bribery phase free shake shack free doughnut free this and that for you, we'll give you There's still signs of my area. 100 bucks to get the coronavirus vaccine. Oh, no, no, that didn't last very long. But it didn't work. We've officially moved into the beginning. The beginning of the dangerous phase. What do I mean? I'll explain. Hang on. Mm. Otis. So good to finally see my bay Bridge.
Podcast Excerpt from Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand"
"So in september of nineteen seventy five robert plant still in a wheelchair joined jimmy page in southern california to write some new songs bass player john. Paul jones and drummer. John bonham would join them not long after once. They finished rehearsing most of the material in california. The band then relocated to music land studios in munich germany to record the album in november. The challenge was that the rolling stones had already booked the same studio for december. Which left led zeppelin with about two weeks to record the whole album. Jimmy page who not only played all of the guitar parts but also wrote virtually all of the music and produced. The album was working eighteen to twenty hours a day on it in the end they ran out of time. And jimmy had to ask mick jagger for two more days. In the studio to finish up jagger gave him the two days and jimmy page almost by himself recorded all of the overdubbed seven songs worth in one single night. And then jimmy. An engineer keith. Harwood mixed the whole album. The next day the album would be named presence and it was released in march of nineteen. Seventy six robert plant described this struggle to make the presence album as our stand against everything our stand against the elements against chance. We were literally fighting against existence itself. Unlike every other led zeppelin album. There are almost no acoustic instruments on presence at all. No keyboards no mandolins or recorders. No acoustic ballads. This is an album dominated by jimmy page's electric guitar wizardry and achilles last stand may be the pinnacle of his guitar playing and arranging genius achilles. Last stand is the first track on the album opening the record with a slow fade in on jimmy. Page's guitar played on his legendary gibson. Les paul nicknamed number one. The part is doubled and then panned left and right almost imperceptibly in the background there. You can hear john. Bonham hit a few notes on a symbol and with one hit of a snare drum into the song.
How Does TikTok's Algorithm Know You so Well?
"The wall street journal or team at the wall street journal under journalist stern created over one hundred automated talk accounts so accounts run by bots watched hundreds of thousands of videos on the app. And what they found was kind of amazing. Yeah i mean the pricing. I would say but amazing to see it visualized and put out in a concrete way. That isn't just you and i. I think this is how the algorithm is reading me exactly so many people have a kind of suspicion as to what makes them work. And it's kind of been informed by what to talk said which takes officially says that shares likes and follows player role. What content your served. But the wall street journal found that the most important thing was none of the choices you're really making. How much time spent watching it every second you hesitate or rewatch. The app is tracking you. Just how quiet. The north through this one powerful signal to talk learns your most hidden interests and emotions and drives you deep into rabbit holes of content. That are hard to escape. So each of the botts was programmed. Like a human like human with a very limited scope of passions. There would be a bought with interests of. Let's say depression and forestry that was one of the right like the sad tree loving bought it took to talk not very long to figure out the specific interests per bought somewhere between like forty minutes to two hours. A single night for me in bed on tick-tock.
Segura Opens Game With HR; Phillies End Boston's Home Streak
"The Phillies scored eight runs in the eighth inning to pull away from the red Sox in their eleven to two victory Jean Segura led off the game with a home run and added a two run single in the eighth Bryce Harper Reese Hoskins and Alec Bowman each had a pair of RBIs Hoskins two run double gave the Phillies a five two lead and got their eighth inning outburst started not the same guy has to be the hero every single night what we got three hits from Jean tonight three hits from so a big head from from Bryce so you know it's kind of all over the place Matt Moore tossed four and a third innings of two run ball Boston reliever Josh Taylor allowed for of the Phillies runs in the eighth snapping his league leading streak up twenty six consecutive scoreless appearances I'm given Coolbaugh
George Floyd's Daughter, Brothers Speak at Derek Chauvin Sentencing
"Today the final session of the trial of derek chauvin for their murder of george floyd was legalistic in some ways and very emotional in other ways the sentencing hearing began with statements from george floyd brothers and his daughter about what his loss means to them. What kind of games do you wanna play with them. Play and have play rag up Law see yeah. Would you in the miss every single night before we would survey my dad always help me brush my taste. Do you miss him. Help in brush. Your teeth would never be able to get back daughters. I love he will never be able to walk. Jonah down i'll hell wedding attend those magical moments of live like a daddy daughter. Dance sweet sixteen party seeing her out for prom graduations and she would never be able to have any personal memories with her fault. Turns floyd had one question for derek. Chauvin why. I wanted to know from the man himself. Why what were you thinking. What was going through your head when you had your brother's neck when you when you knew that he posed no threat anymore. He was handcuffed. Why these get up by you stay there.
What It's Really Like to Be a Truck Driver
"My understanding is that there's a lot of turnover among drivers too. So you know trucks might get worn out after three years. Drivers might get worn out in even less time and leave the industry altogether. Could you maybe describe. How desirable is being a truck driver as an occupation. At the moment so joe and i talked about how we both have this sort of romanticize view of it could you may be Tell us what it's really like. And how it stacks up against the money that you're actually being paid to do it. At the moment the realities are quite different in your romanticized Of the it is a tough job. So if you're an owner operator you'll make in this market because the demand is so high you quite well. You probably would net one hundred thousand dollars as a employee driver. You're probably going to be making about fifty five to sixty thousand dollars as an employee driver per year and you're going to be paid on a per mile basis. You're gonna you're gonna run your trot kurt or drive or work about fifty six hours on a given week. It's not a forty hour week. Actually working fifty six hours. But here's the reality is. You're not at home every single night. The vast majority of the driver attraction out and so while you may not be on duty that fifty six hours in a given week. You're you're still at a truck You're still dealing with over the road. So it's it's a really. It creates a lot of strain on families A lot of strain on people. It takes a special kind of person to want a life where they're out in the road. It's it's a job that's very dangerous is one of the most dangerous jobs in america. It's a job that has very a high occupational issues in terms of health. You're sitting in a truck for you know you're driving for eleven hours a day. You're sitting which you know drivers have high incidence of obesity diabetes so it's not a great lifestyle And for all those reasons. It's not a desirable job for for a large percent of the population. And unfortunately the industry salaries have not kept up with a lot of the competitive industries which they compete for labor like warehousing construction other types of industries which sent a poll the same labor force
How Judges Judy & Jerry Sheindlin's Love Began
"How old were you when you first fell in love with minus thirty two three two. What was it that you glommed onto. Right away had shiny shoes. I saw him in a bar. And i looked at him and he just finished successfully trying a murder case says defense attorney and it was in the newspaper so mike pearl from the new york post. Who's the crime. Reporter was interviewing me and she came walking into the bar. Seeing me surrounded by these lawyers one of whom was our boss and came right up to me in the middle of the interview. Put her finger in my face and said and who is this. The middle of the plighted. I thought he was able to make an impression which he did. And i said lady please get your finger out of my face middle of an interview and she did and we went out for dinner that night and we saw each other every single night thereafter. So that's how to get to you. I'm telling you put your finger on my easy. I actually had to drag him to the older i did. He really had no intention of getting married. He had no intention of divorcing. He and his former wife was separated floor about three or four years but he had no intention of divorcing was a very good thing he could he could get laid he could say. I can't get serious. i'm married. I said after a year. I want to see the divorce in the paper or don't call me anymore.
Hurricanes score 3 quick goals, top Predators 4-1
"There are hurricanes scored three times in an eight minute span to beat the predators for one Warren Foegele opened the scoring late in the first period before Andrei Svechnikov invits intro checked out in the first five and a half minutes of the second project says they couldn't afford a third straight loss if you want to be one of the best teams only gonna come every single night so even a like we did the last couple it's important to get back on track make sure plan our game especially this late in the season after Erik Haula netted a short handed goal midway through the third period Sebastian aho iced it with a power play score with two thirty eight remaining Peter morale as it made nineteen saves for Carolina improving to three oh one one since returning from a thumb injury that sidelined him for more than two months the hurricanes lightning remain tied for first in the central division I'm Dave Ferrie
Should LeBron James have more MVP awards? Yes, but it's complicated
"All right fellas. Let's keep moving here. Big baller brand versus the king. Wanna talk about this game last night so lamelo basically saying to us. I mentioned this yesterday. That it's just another game playing lebron and as for lebron. It was just another day in the office. Thirty seven eighty six became then talked about a potential fifth. Mvp award lebron running or here my name of some of the best basketball players in the league this year again. it would mean a lot At my age What i'm able to do what i've been doing this whole season You know what our brains at a table every single night on both sides of the floor. it would mean a unbelievable thing for me personally. Is my career so to see what a chips may. Kyle kuzma reiterating. That sediment saying you should want eight or nine guys. We haven't had this conversation in a while. The last time i asked you max i think you had. Joel embiid as your guy. So where are you now. Who do you think's the biggest threat to lebron for. Mvp i used to be very clear. Lebron's the mvp. This moment and beat has now missed too much time. And he's presently hurt. Lebron is the mvp of the league at this moment. The easy answer to who's the biggest threat is james harden. He's playing the best basketball of his career. And that's really saying something and kyrie's been great and have been other great james harden you watch him now. You're watching basketball. Genius like the combination of scoring from anywhere on the floor at historically elite levels combined with the kind of court vision and unselfishness and setting up his teammates that he has shown in brooklyn in the service of winning has been remarkable however pardon also miss time in the beginning of the season because he won on the team. He's on the rockets and he was forcing his way off the rockets. So let me make a suggestion here. I considered yokich best offensive player in the league this year. I think stephen the biggest threat to lebron james. Mvp is damian. Lillard damian lillard a man that you have sat up here right in that spot and apologized to on. I take on this show for ignoring we. We all know him in apology. Dropped thirty six last night. Is he has a colt. Euro kind of status in the nba. Everyone loves this guy used the most clutch player in the league. That is you nets like unanimous consensus that please if not most clutch player damian lillard. He's averaging thirty points a night with assist everything you want. He has taken team decimated by injury destroyed by injury no mccollum until recently and their fourth in the western conference the fourth best record tied for fourth best in the western conference. He's the sentimental favourite. He's playing mvp level. He's shown leadership we all know he has not been recognized. Enough hardens miss time with his team and beads now hurt that you look at each candidate on other teams and lillard is at least as good as any of them. I think he's the biggest lebron's the mvp lillard is biggest threat.
Recap: Celtics Beat Hawks in Game 2, Robert Williams Explodes
"To the thing that was more interesting and remarkable off of this game. And again, I think it was I think it's hard to argue. It wasn't robbed fans. He was just so interesting. But I mean that stretch where it's basically like steel block back door make a nice pass dunk l u and like Bobby tweeted about it from the Celtics account, you know, the game went to From mildly competitive to a blowout during those Rob Williams second quarter minutes there and that was basically the ball game, but the guys just so freaking elected. He probably had like eleven fouls tonight. I think he only got called for 4 or so before he got going on the set. You just talked about he wrapped up capella and like one of the first place of the second I Tice took another fellow from him. I'm sure sure you get that and then there was a third player like wrapped up reddish. So by halftime he had six fouls, but they only call three and then by the end of the night he got away with another one. We were going re fellow there. So realistically he realistically at $8,000 I wouldn't do it. So that was the most unfortunate game and the Exact Staffing was at the start of that structure was 33 to 24 and then at the end after all his dunks and layups and Steals and box that was 51 the 37 and that was pretty much the game. Dude was awesome. And it's funny because we always talk about let's just see the Celtics just love it up there. Right just throw it to Rob and let's see what happens and then he does like the most Rob like we knew he was capable of this sort of athleticism incredible man. Like that was caught it tapped. It one-handed in his hand eye coordination is just through the roof. Yeah, like that's the kind of play where you're like, wait a minute. Like if not that it's not one of those. Okay, if he does it every single night as well change everything but like just that open opportunity if he's able to get more comfortable get these reps in man like that. It just opened my eyes to how how explosive this office could truly be when with Rob in the middle of doing what he did. He was doing everything on both ends something like he was somebody tweeted it jokingly just way to your point was like, I wonder what this offense would look like if they just robbed if they just loved it to rub on every possession, you know, it's like legit and we always joke like that but like he made it look so smooth as well. Wait a minute. Why don't we do that more often wage? And also here is you do see the other side though, the ridiculous goaltending all the files were so like absurd and he easily could have ended up taking himself out of this one and having a game. So you do see both sides of the debate here where there's just an enormous level of upside. But also these like just absurd things. He does that you just can't do out there that end up getting them home games and you only had 16 minutes in this one in the end because of all the following and mistakes and miscues. He jumped into a couple of Shooters on the three-point line and it's like you're right John there's more good than bad. But the bad is so bad like just inexcusable stuff.
No charges recommended for officer who shot Ashli Babbitt during Capitol riot
"Investigation into the fatal shooting of a protester during the January 6 capital riots has been completed. The capital officer has not been charged. The investigation found the shooting was quote an appropriate use of force. Remember unauthorized shot the 35 year old Air Force veteran Ashley Babbitt. She was trying to climb through a shattered window to reach the House chamber and she was gunned down. Um Listen, I'll be the bad guy here. I'm okay with that shooting. Now. I don't want anybody to die. Let's not get it twisted. But if you breach the capital where the most powerful people in the world are in there having some sort of session, you can't be shocked when something bad happens to you. There's a reason why these senators have security detail, right? It's Z the same thing, man with the police action shooting in any way, shape or form like across the country. Some of these police action shootings where People aren't complying. People aren't putting their hands up. People like kind of reach back into the car for something and the police are like, Look, I've got a gun. Don't you move and they don't comply. I don't think they deserved to die. But Give the chances increase exponentially. When you don't hate what the officer is saying, and she was unarmed, correct, Correct, But you're breaking into the nation's capital. You're breaking windows where members of the Congress could be still doing telling you man. The riots throughout this country every single night for weeks on end, police precincts burned to the ground in cities. If a police officer would have killed somebody trying to get into a precinct that was unarmed. There would be more rights and more demonstrations and more protests in that person's name would probably be on the back of professional athletes jersey If Ashley Babbitt were African American, Do you think you'd see the same thing? Because I do. Well, I think this is all e mean. You notice how the memorial for the Capitol police officers and you know the wall of thank you cards and that we support the Capitol police and thank you for doing your duty. Uh okay. That's fine. I'm glad there was support for the police officers and they were heroes there and some died. Um, but I didn't see the same outpouring. Of support for police officers that were defending cities across the nation. Some in some cases, they were hampered hands tied behind their backs, not getting the support they needed from from local administration running the show, including Indianapolis, So it's almost like certain sections of this Country as well as national media outlets. They're willing to say, OK, they got what they deserved when they think it's trump supporters. Yes, but when its members of the community or members of the Black lives matter movement, then it's a completely different ball game. It's a double standard. It's there. You're absolutely right. I wish you would have died. I wish you would have broken through that wall. I know the officers on the other side had no clue it was coming through, and they warned him. And I again I don't think she deserved to die. She was unarmed, but man, the chances of something very bad happening. Increase. I don't know what the percentage is a lot of the what the scientific number would be. But I would say something bad, including dying. If you don't comply with the police officer, you I mean, it's up in the air at that point, man, it's It's a coin flip whether you're coming out of there alive or not, If you don't comply.
"single night" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Off. You took the office off. No, you didn't. I wasn't like the intellectual property of the office was owned by NBC and put it on the Peacock said You know what? We're gonna start a scream streaming general. And why not? There's already 53 million. They're everything so fragmented these days. But how much did people love the office? For example, I would watch the office until it went away to the peacock. And I'm not paying for one more subscription service. So now I don't want to do, but I used to go to bed and watch the office every single night. What I did, and it ended this when it came to the end. I was feel like that's an exaggeration. No As Susan, Okay, every single night I was watching the office. We did that with Frasier. For awhile. Way. We're parsing out one Frasier tonight. And which one is that on that? What's on who flipped platform. Oh, God. What was on Netflix? We were watching one Frasier a night just like it was meant to be young. Oh, yo. Oh, now I've never seen the British offices that one. Good. Oh, it is so uncomfortable if you if you get uncomfortable at the American office, you get super uncomfortable. Steve Carell's very uncomfortable. No, no, no, no, it has. It's way worse on the on the English officer and I wanna watch this now. So how much you should So how much of the office was being viewed in 2020? Okay, according to Nielsen, and that's what measures Radio it measures TV. The office was the most extreme show of 2020. And it wasn't even close. Okay? Listen to these numbers. America's streamed Over 57 billion minutes. Oh, my gosh! 50! Wow..
The Horror at the Gideon Farm
"Of metal flame brings my adult mine back the violence of the moment. Suddenly a growing fears fed fresh fuel screams of a family explode out for only men last silenced with uncaring monster sufficiency. The flowing around now carries a heavy scent of i. That's it every single night. That's how the dream goes every night since that day it's been tortuous trying to live with myself every single minute past that point. Find myself in that horrible bloody dream and every possible moment sleep. I know that's what i did was wrong. And human even but what else could i have done. Just a man. Nothing more than human. I know there's much more out there than that. Now not to ryan says it my dreams my way of dealing with what happened. The only way i could my dark fantasy dreams. He calls them. He says that. If i write down what i feel what i see then maybe can help me understand why i dream that way. Do tool to deal with guilt. He says he's never were. I felt worse after every session with a journal. Now they say. I should try talking to the tape recorder. Is we better than anything else. Wants me to talk out my guilt to somehow accept it internally as he says he has a degree so he must know something about what he's talking about except of course he didn't see them that day he can't otherwise he would have. Just let me have the gun for instead. I got the restraints in the mets. So here i am sitting in their soft dot room trying to piece together my dreams and memories of that night into something that can help the good doctor understand me something that can maybe help me. Can anything helped me now. Now you here wanting to know about that horrible day. Doc said it was okay to talk to you. I don't understand why you want to know about this. But from the look in your eyes he seen some dog days of your own. You might have heard or seen something sound. Alright we can give this a shot. I hope you get something out of it. I've told this thing. The many times in the past few months still feels fresh each time. I close my eyes and live the whole damn day through like a movie. It was supposed to just be a regular day. Tuesday morning sky was cold. Ugly grey thing. This was about the middle of april. So good rolling. Set of strong rains was normal. He's already a bad day for it. I was going down to install a security system for a family and gideon louisiana. I hated working on the drive out of bussey should have been about four hours rained nearly the whole way. They're almost as if it was taunting me. I got a flat about two hours into the trip was able to get changed my spare but took me some time. I ended up running a few hours behind eventually. I made my way to the client's house was more than thankful to be at the destination. The rain with diana at least it was only down to a small light trickle looking for the housewives thankfully difficult client run a small quiet femme quite apart from anything else nearby can make out what appeared to be. The main house cleared a section of rather winding road to bonds each side of the house with signs clearly leading the way when i pulled into the driveway of the house street to buy thin man dressed every bit the pharma pops as he made his way to my car could see him clearly. He was an older gentleman easily in his fifties. I noticed right away that he carried a revolver well handgun of some type on him. He had it hosted but his hand state close to it as well. He seemed on agean. But i had a feeling it was not me as i watched him. He kept looking to one of the bonds about a mile behind me. I dealt with some over the top plans before wasn't the first time someone greet to me armed with an attitude and yet this man didn't put off any body language that came off. His dangerous looked tired and anxious for sure. Nothing really spoke of violent intent was me. I tried to put myself in his place to understand his demeanor. He pulled it off for security system. To be installed generally have had something bad happen. They're expecting something bad coming their way. Read some of those were sent to me by the company a few days prior to the job paints a sort of state of things he ross family ran their small isolated farming quite a ways out from the main city generation. Place been there for well over fifty is there were no real security issues from the long run of it but recently something had changed concerns about someone trying to break into the home for a few nights. Is they find mars and breaks on that bond for while they put it down to some kind of animal chlorine at the doors at night didn't exactly live in a crime. Ridden area after all so the animal story could have been the more plausible issue. I went on for something of about four months. Theory died out stockley when they woke up early in the morning hours to find someone running across the femme documents said they saw someone running off into the woods nearby that was limited to see soon after they contacted the company to have a security system installed on both bonds and the main house. I looked at the man. I could tell he was uneasy. Here's expecting something to happen any moment. The gentleman approach me and firmly. Ask if i was the man from the security company.
Why Reina Rebelde's Founder, Regina Merson, Chose Herself Over Everything Else
"Two thousand eight. You were an associate at a prestigious law firm in dallas. You worked on lots of high-profile corporate bankruptcy cases. What did that look like. I was at the office till two or three every morning. i'd go home. I'd sleep with the blackberry under my pillow. Like at five i go back. There was one year where i didn't go home for dinner for like three hundred and forty five days in a row. I was actually hired out of law school to leeman brothers real estate attorney for their law firm so i did that for year and then we put men into bankruptcy so i became a bankruptcy lawyer so that was kind of the first sharp turn. We're thanks did nocco. The way i thought they were gonna go away magin they were going to go on a transactional attorney you know. I wanted to work on mergers on deals. I didn't wanna be stuck in litigation for decades of my life and your camp bankruptcies psychology about is very different and then you combine that with the two thousand eight financial crisis on what was happening around the country. It was devastating. Does to be especially difficult when you have your entire life. Wanted to be an attorney right when you had an idea of what being an attorney was going to be. So how did the reality compare to your imagined. Reality of what being attorney would be had a lot less agency over my life in the early stages of my career than i thought you know. And i think that's. That's the rookie mistake. You go to these schools. You have agency over your day to day. You have some pathway towards creating your major. What you're going to write your thesis about. I went to law school. I got pick my own classes on embarking on the amazing career every case i'm working on his on the cover of the wall street journal. It's amazing but by the same token i have no control over my life. I can't tell you how many vacations were cancelled at one point. I think my desire to step up to the plate with respect to what was being asked survey resulted in me actually having a pretty severe health crisis which is not uncommon in the legal world and associates get burned out and i my body literally started falling apart. What did that look like. I was breaking out in hives every single night. Like head to toe high waking up. My hair face was swollen. Went two hundred doctors. No one could figure out what was going on in order to work these hours and work them on a consistent day to day basis and the amount of pressure. I had this associated myself for my body so there were all these symptoms emerging like stomach issues mouth ulcers all of these things that just started sort of melting my brain. But i didn't associate at any point that anything had to do the stress and the pressure i was under
How Probiotics Reduce Cravings & Support Weight Loss
"I'm cassie wenas. I'm a registered and licensed dietitian and as my friends and family know well. One of my favorite things to do is to co-host this radio program. There are a couple of reasons why i if longtime listeners haven't noticed yet. I love to talk so this is a really good fit for me. But there's more to it than that. I also love to have this opportunity each month when i co host to help. Thousands of people understand how the simple act of eating real food supports good health and truly this job of talking about eating. Real food connects me to my roots. I grew up on the same ranch in north dakota that my grandpa homesteaded nearly nine decades ago and my grandma who just passed away. This last march lived on that ranch long after grandma died long after she retired. I could actually see grandma's house out of our kitchen window growing up and there was barely a day that went by that. I didn't see my grandma and grandma knew how to cook. You never left her house hungry. That's for sure. She made delicious meals and all from real food. She butchered her own chickens. She collected her own eggs. When our kids were little she milked. The cows gave her the cream that she put in her coffee. And oh my goodness grandma made delicious whipped cream from that real cream on the holidays to tap her apple pie in her pumpkin pie and of course when grandma was baking pies she used real lard never crisco and whenever i think of grandma is gardening. Grandma had a huge garden filled with tons of delicious vegetables dinner. At grandma's meant you'd not only get delicious food but you'd get real food so like i said maybe the biggest reason why i love hosting this dishing up nutrition program is that ties me to my roots because it allows me to share with all of you the importance of eating that real food like the kind of food that i grew up on. So enough of my reminiscent. Let's get to today's topic as always. It's a good one and i think it's pretty timely. With the holidays coming upon us today we're going to be talking about how probiotics can reduce your cravings and help with weight loss so with that i'd like to introduce my co host in studio with me. This morning is a fellow registered and licensed dietitian and leah. I've been talking long enough. How about you take a minute to tell listeners. A little bit about yourself. I think the hand off. Cassie and good morning. Twelve our listeners. Good saturday morning to all of our listeners. So i only client showed. And i've been a registered dietitian with nutritional weight and wellness for the last three and a half years and i am a proud mama of a two year old boy and in mma. When i'm at home part time i hang out with him and then part time i see clients out of our mendota heights office and right. Now we're seeing all of our clients virtually or over the phone but one of my favorite things to do on. Those workdays is to really help clients. Problem solved to help them. Achieve whatever their health goal is and to help them just kind of achieve better overall health in general and i will admit so. Cassie you told a wonderful story about growing up with real food. And and how i love what you said about this tying it back to your roots while i didn't necessarily have that same of background coming into this so when i was first introduced to that real food message. It wasn't until i was actually in graduate school and going to get my master's degree in nutrition so as dietetic student. And i would still say you know. Even at that point. I was a long term health nut still so health and nutrition and wellness was still a passion of mine but when i first heard that real food message i was a little skeptical because it was so different than what i was actually learning in school but i had some digestive problems. I had some anxiety. I had some knee pain. That was making me feel than what i really was. So i decided to just kinda swallow a little bit of that pride and decided to just give that balanced eating a try will lo and behold three weeks later. I felt better than i had felt in years so the bloating and the gas. That would happen to me. Every single night that was eighty percent gone within those first three weeks and my energy was my anxiety was down and my really big aha moment. When i first started noticing. Those ballot benefits eating real food. Was that the chaka creating were gone. Absolutely one hundred percent gone. I realized and i remember it so clearly. I was driving home from class one night and was thinking and was i haven't touched or even thought about a piece of chocolate in the last three weeks. That was huge for me. And then i was like oh i get it now. This makes sense this is. It's clicking for me now. So ever since then you know it became that you know that believer and just wanting to share that knowledge and that passion that experience with that message with anyone and everyone who who is willing to listen to me
Alex Trebek, longtime "Jeopardy!" host, dies at 80
"Years ago. Stranger went up, Alex Trebek. Long time host of jeopardy, and a stranger's often did tried to stump him. American flag flies 24 hours a day every day of the year, the Stranger said, using quiz show host particular locution trying to imitate Alex. He's Mr Trebek since that stranger was looking for something more clever than a list of which buildings like the White House had been authorized to Fly the flat flag through throughout the night and without missing a beat, he answered in the form of a question. What is the moon? Trebek said. The quick witted Mr. Trebek died on Sunday at the age of 80. After battle with cancer that grew legions of fans to rally around him. He hosted jeopardy for a record setting 37 years. He was authoritative. He was unflappable. He was kind. And yet when contestants It's really stupid things. He didn't have a tape to let them know. That was pretty stupid on. I remember the story about Alex Trebek that we had several years ago. He was at a hotel. In San Francisco. With his wife. And someone broke into his room while he and his wife were there. In the night and stole some jewellery. But Mr Trebek woke up as I recall the story and knew that there was a stranger there and jumped out of bed and chased the stranger down the hall of the hotel. By the way, Mr Trebek was completely naked when this chase the burglar down and tackled him and got the jewelry back and And us and foiled the robbery. Do I remember that story correctly? That sounds right. Yeah. I was trying to look forward a few minutes ago, and I didn't quite I couldn't find it. But Alex Trebek long. Just just people adored him. He I know people who watch jeopardy. Every single night, and they and they do it, and then they watch the reruns. When the reruns air going, they watch those two he injured his Achilles tendon while chasing a burglar who had entered the San Francisco hotel room. He was staying in requiring six weeks in a cast. That's right. It doesn't mention the fact that he would believe he was naked when he does not say in his Wikipedia. Don't say Alex Trebek is naked in your Wikipedia. You have that removed.
"single night" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You'll see the different type of comedians. You'll see the different environments and it's AH, It's a cool thing to perform in those unique environments. And in Vegas, we get different crowds every single night. It's not a It's not a local place where you're gonna get the same demographic. You're gonna get the same walk of life. For the most part. You're Get a mixed bag every single show, so I love Vegas. Some of my favorite places on the road that I've been to. I've done the comedy store. Obviously, the history there. It's just incredible. My favorite road that have done it's two places. It's Boise. The liquid laughs up in Boise and Colorado Springs Loonies Comedy Club, both Those cities both those towns If I could live there and just perform there, I would. I would die happy, Wonderful people. Wonderful audiences just love comedy. So those two places I always looked forward to going to. The place I pulled most of my humanoid front is just my real life experiences. I try not to. I think that's maybe why I'm not a joke Writer at heart as I don't try toe create something that's not Happening to me or hasn't happened to me in real time, so I've pulled from my life. Like I said, I feel like some of the craziest things happen to me. Some of the craziest people happen to me. I'm sure everybody feels that way. But I asked people like if you deal with this and like now you're weird like that's why you do what you do, so I think it's just God's way of telling me like, Hey, you should probably talk about this stuff because I'm sending it your way for her. She sense Thank you so much for having me guys. I really appreciate it. I had a great time. If any of you guys watching one of follow me, I'm on all social media's Facebook, instagram, Twitter, Tic tac. All that good stuff YouTube. It's all uniform. It's at Spiro in that show sorrow in that show or if you just search my name. Spirits of lSl pop right up love. If you guess followed made love to entertain you guys some more. So thank you guys so much for having me. Thank you so much. Fear.
"single night" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Big show. This is Russian jail, Sully today we're in 110 million every single night here in the U. S. Also 150 radio. Let's not forget the American Forces Network. 75 countries, and so we are three weeks away from this election, and the market is running on fear and greed. I want you to really quickly let's take a look at some of the church's recipe. We snapped a four day winning streak this week when suddenly there was two vaccines cause we've got renewed hopes of stimulus, but not till after the election. Yes, we have elections. Here's the biggest fear for the stock market anyway, is a contestant. Last time this happened was in the year 2000. You remember the hanging chad or the dangling Chad controversy in Florida? And when that happened, it took us five weeks to get a winner for the presidency. By the time we got the winner, SNP had dropped. 10% NASDAQ dropped 20 stall Heard of the stalls. Ernest, Let's take a look at that. Dow Jones will break it down because as you can see there, there's a flat red line. Right The middle of that. That is a 200 day moving average in there, sir. Roller coaster blue line above that That would be the 50 actually 13 day moving average. So that's a very short moving what I would do many. Let's refresh that making a 50 day moving average moving is what you want to see is if the market is creating above both moving averages. So you would usually use 1/5 day in a 200 or 13 50. Well, it means over the long haul. Gotta steady mark. It's under the short term. We're trending up. Just matter what we really want to know is. Are we too expensive with recent training, So that's what you're looking at a shorter term. That's a 10 week. Moving average just crossed across in the right direction across the blue line over the rats exactly Right and is eyes looking good. I'd like to see a stochastic oscillator to story short if this works Doc, I would call it a stronger methods. Stochastic bottom looks similar. But the long story short is looked at. This market has recovered, and I think it's a good lesson. Well, I think it's a good lesson for people understand that look at the stock market is not the economy.
"single night" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And late usually about an hour during the summer instruments like this to do his whole life is DVD it doesn't matter question do you the teams which one of them has a better chance of catching this week break lowered state I don't know of anyone catching the red cross but I know there's a bunch of teams that are pretty pumped about to be in the department like I really like the fact that the New York Rangers are and they could they could make a nice little girl I don't even know Turkey guide you but they can start their way to the cops can you explain to us how the testing is going to work yes we are because I'm not weird everything's weird odd and I was like really adamant early on that they were going to actively procure cats and they weren't going to happen by the medical community and now all the sudden we're talking about if we get the competition fade Gary Bettman thank twenty five to thirty thousand past the NHL hockey you have players every single night he believes the path results will be available in the morning it's going to cost millions of dollars you believe by that point with the medical and I did the things that have that'll be an insignificant number but that seems pretty wild for me right now and I'm not that that's exactly true what do you do with this information real sports evidently has a new episode premiering on HBO tonight ten PM eastern it's a questionable call segment and it's got a nurse on it me among again who lost her sisters we took covert nineteen she's criticizing the NBA's use of tests for a symptomatic players during a testing shortage like how how public have NHL officials been about their discomfort with the look of that yes they've been pretty adamant that no players to go out privately for Kerr calf you know up to this point you know they said to partner local health authorities effort here local government on and we did get some positive happy and it's out there with a little bit I'm a bit outbreak you could fan out with senators are the couple Colorado Avalanche she tested positive but by all intents and purposes those caps were dialing the right way and and you know and not stepping in front of other needs now the NFL did you know save themselves from a public relations black eye with that but we'll see what happens later in the summer when they're giving up thirty thousand deaths what do you worry the most about like what do you think is the most reasonable reason for the NHL have to have concern about this plan an outbreak you know they got and they said that one or two positive path won't shut the operation down but what happens if you get more than that and and you know that it's a losing one point two billion dollars and they feel like they can recoup about half of that if they do that for trying to play plan that's why they're doing it but if you're spending ten million dollars just to do that let it shut down after a week is that worth it last.
"single night" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Now what about the person that occasionally snores that doesn't do it every single night is that still sleep apnea no it it doesn't have to be snoring is an important sign but you can snore sometimes or even all the time and not have sleep apnea but the reverse is true or not to get okay I just wanted to make that distinction another question I have we're going to spring ahead for the clocks going forward daylight savings time are we ever going to make up that our in do we need to make up that our show share a little bit about that lack of the lack of that hour of sleep on Saturday night please yeah I know it's a it's an excellent question so if you think about daylight savings turning it on and off every year we actually do a huge experiment in how sleep affects our well being and it's been shown that when we lose that power that very next day things like the number of heart attacks goes up by a significant number and when we get really our back yes no absolutely that just that short term sleep deprivation one hour one time increases the rate at which people suffer heart attacks the following day again those people who are at risk for heart attacks right the opposite is true yes and then the opposite is true when we get that extra hour we actually see the very following day a decrease in the number of people who show up at the hospital with heart attacks so.
"single night" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Single night so manages their water park can remember tossing them in on the park bottles everything seems to fall in place for us so hasn't been any faster games and hard and effort level should be the last concern for a team in this situation especially when recurring mistakes have made that job more difficult you'd hope the vocal leaders in the room are the ones helping those pregame checks and balances but as we welcome in Troy from St Louis who made a similar observation the other night all those guys were missing have a reputation for being you know hard to play against but did you feel the guys who are out there right now he did collectively make life a little harder for opponents something that you hope to see verses arrival who is that still in a way the the recent championship Polish you have yet to be a lot tougher to play against them is the way to be here in the last little while for opposition to create opportunities for the offense was held winning battles making little plays being in the right position coming out of the on the right hand of a fifty fifty challenges they need to be a lot better in that area and I think that we talked about it in the post game show up there is owner this isn't a structural problem this is an individual problem for each individual has to be more willing to compete in those areas and so you get that really can't have a structure this is going to be successful you need to have that individual compete level be much higher and robin letter spoke after Thursday's five to us trying to tell the truth while being careful not to pointedly throw individuals under the bus but you can tell he and probably Corey Crawford to is tired of seeing too much of the same thing which is a bad thing it's frustrating losing and specially in this manner making it difficult for is also given up way too much so it's hard climate to defend in right now for for everyone we we got to stick together and help out and I mean there's all my rushes how many is that per period can't keep track request to one three one three on Tuesday on Tuesday is awfully Carmen right now the stuff too so if we got to turn this around we need to be on the right side of the park in the phone together and give myself a chance because we're an offense of talented team but we gotta protect the protector or some first and all the time Troy robin his tried to keep that glass half full it seems with every passing game though he he's having more trouble finding it reached the half full playoff one of the specifics that seems to come up recently is falling behind the play in transition when the hawks tend to get too aggressive on the forecheck and the opponent gets possession turn things around is is that something you observes also when the hawks find themselves cut out numbered going the other way by not gauging the aggressiveness level properly on the forecheck the only factor in a lot of things into that equation is is one of the things when you.
"single night" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Open mikes come in but that's actually a really good segue to we've got a great local story here so we have some fit first of all we have fans of the show includes her show they're very young they're fourteen eleven we discovered that they stay up every single night they call us non stop and we discovered that there fourteen and eleven and you know I've I've thought about this for a full day now because we talk to them on the on the show last night and I'm torn on this too I call the number back during the day and talk to their parents until like yellow you have no idea what your kids are stayed up till eleven listening to my show and I don't think it's good but it's really not my place to get involved what I think I should do is I just can no longer take their calls and this is for their own good because at some point somebody is going to let your parents now and I think I would have an obligation to let him know they're even on hold right now I'm looking at them that is that you can keep him on hold eventually they'll hang up and call back so it's this these two kids and they have a radio it's probably their only form of entertainment television was taken away who knows what they're living situation is I'm assuming you know brother and sister they you know share a room I'm hoping for the best not hope in there like under under like in a basement or something like hit in a way thanks I'm hoping it's a it's a positive story that they've got this radio and they've got a land line there call in on they keep telling me don't call the number back well that's the side that I probably just need to part ways and listen eventually these kids will turn eighteen and like our open Mike or city got to carry ID if you want to get your products from saying you want to get your legal products at that point so this local story comes at a Maitland for middle school boys devised a plan to buy lottery tickets with their allowance now I think this is somewhat genius.
"single night" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We've already told you that at some point Golden State's gonna have to look in the mirror and ask themselves. What if what if they can't get these guys back? That's a huge part of the game last night. And as we talked about Draymond green, seventeen points, not the most efficient night. That's a huge part of the game last night, the balanced scoring from the starters in Toronto. Huge part of the game, Siaka Mateen, Leonard thirty soul seventeen eighteen from green Twenty-three from Kyle our now the Twenty-three from Kyle Lowry was significant. And he said yesterday he was going to be aggressive from the outset. He was aggressive from the outset you could see the tone from the beginning. I wish we saw that from Kyle Lowry every single night. I'm going to be honest. I wish we saw that every possession when he plays that way. It's impressive. That aggressiveness as expected, sometimes leads to what we're used to in the NBA guy going for ball guy, working so hard that he ends up in the stands. Now we've seen this multiple times this year. But last night. Yet again, that went to a dark place is a fan sitting courtside, and he was injected after shoved Kyle Lowry when lowered crashed into a row of seats while trying to save a ball from going out about normal play you make an aggressive play to get the ball out of the out of bounds. Keep the ball from going out of bounds in the process you crashed into a fan. We see it all the time. This fan. Decided that he was gonna show them. This is what Kyle Lowry said about the show after the game as fans no place for that. You know, he had no reason to touch had reach reach over two seats. And then say some vulgar language to me. So a place where people like that in our league and hopefully never goes become to MBA game. Well, that's that's one step of it. I think frankly handling that better than most of us would I here's the thing in today's world. I understand that everybody wants to be able to have their voice, and so many people are gonna come in and say, well, you know what? You, you can't you can't do anything about this. It's just part of the world. No. You can't do something about this in the NBA has to do something about this. Russell westbrook. Gets tat by a kid. It's a door. It's a door because Russell Westbrook. Didn't lose his mind. Didn't just react in turn around and realized it was a kid. We've seen this multiple times this year. Where fan has decided they would become more than a fan and become part of the game. And we just keep expecting the players to walk away and be better while they're in the heat competition. How many of you can't even walk away from a confrontation during a pickup basketball game? But you expect Kyle Lowry to suddenly be able to turn it off. Realize it's a fan in front of him. It's all good. I don't wanna do anything damages the brand or damages. The league. We expect that from Kyle Lowry. Man. The NBA is progressive in their thinking, and it's shocks me that progressive league. That cares so much about their players has their head so far up their butts about this. All it takes is one maniac. All it takes is one person out to do wrong decides they're going to go into a game with God forbid, a plastic Shiv in their pocket. That's all it takes Monica Seles anyone we've seen this. We've seen athletes attack soccer matches. We've seen athletes, tact. Now we see constantly this moment of fans having interaction with players that shouldn't be there. And the NBA keeps doing nothing about it. Now the answer. What are they gonna do? Put a padded barrier move, everybody back, give everybody a little more room all, but that's gonna take away the view from the front row. Oh, think of where's straight gonna sit okay? What's more important? Did the rich guy gets the great seat in the front row or that we protect somebody, what's a, a bigger longer lasting image, seeing Drake on the sidelines or at some point God forbid, watching somebody actually attack a player is that what it takes? We just had this conversation about major league baseball. What is it gonna take for you to net the the entire field? What is it going to take for you to net the entire field? Is it gonna take somebody dying that happened? You didn't do it. I'm going to challenge the NBA in the same way. What's it gonna take to protect players fans cannot be trusted to behave themselves. Tim McGraw famously at one point was out on tour. He reached out into the crowd is so many artists to a fan took his wedding ring off, wouldn't give it back. And the funny thing is social media afterwards. There was another incident where fan touched, I grabbed his butter touch them inappropriate inappropriately and faith hill was on that. Tour faith came out on stage and just started yelling at the fan. And society yelled at fade hill. So you're telling me, we just wanna let anybody do anything. The player always in the wrong, why is the expectation for the players always to do better? Why your fans allowed to players at all? And what if God forbid again? What if this escalates Kyle Lowry? Shoves back somebody else hops on somebody else's Kyle Lowry. Now, all of a sudden, you have a bench clearing brawl where you've got a bunch of people protecting Kyle Lowry as he should. He's at work. He should be allowed to do his job. And you have another malice at the palace. We gonna blame then we're gonna blame the players, the stupidest thing ever, we are going to if that God forbid happens, we'll blame the players as being out of control instead of looking at and saying, well, maybe the NBA should have done something about this. Maybe the NBA should have prevented this from the get-go. And I'm not worried about the money so many that's the first time. Well, what about the money they're gonna lose those seats? What about the money they're going to gain from putting Gatorade all over the padded wall that they put up? Think about the photographers. Why, why in a world where I can like sit here and zoom in on comfortably close on definite producer extraordinaire, and see if he's got knows hairs with my iphone. Why do I need to sit like three feet from somebody that's trying to do their job? You don't. In a world where superstar everything in a league players define the league in a league where the players and their availability make all the difference in the series where we're talking about injuries and what they mean when you think about the situation we're putting players in man. You got Kyle Lowry standing up and being better. By the way, I want to say that again, you got Kyle Lowry being shoved by families at work. You can come at me all day on Twitter. That is fine. That's what you guys do. That's what society does. Walk into the studio and shove me. And then you just expect me to be okay. I can come back to your, you can have somebody say that they don't like you, somebody, walks up if you turn in a spreadsheet to your boss, and your Boston drowned says that stinks. And then shoves you to the ground. We ask we ask athletes to be superman and we shouldn't have to because the league, the NBA should step in and make sure this doesn't happen before we are defined by a horrific moment. And that is an actual possibility. If the NBA doesn't do something now first and last, there's a new guy in Brown or white. He's giddy about his situation. We'll hear from him next..
"single night" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Pick up from. The running. I think L. We can escape to the north. There's a place we compete together across the border. You with me? And they do ancestry dot com. Don't let your history of your family history with ancestry. Eddie idea is that if if you don't search through your history, there could be a story like this, and the story will die, and it won't be spread on by people story. They I think completely made it up. Right. Although let's see maybe they didn't critic said the commercial vote images of slavery in the United States at the time of black women were subjugated and raped by white slave owners. Well, there you go. It's the people on Twitter. Of course, we're just as upset as can be about this. But as the video ends a marriage certificate appears onscreen saying that the couple portrayed were married and candidate eighteen fifty seven. So I don't know is based on a true story if the marriage certificate that they're showing Israel then. Yeah, I guess then it's like, oh we escaped him. We got the Canada. But did they did they get that story because? They happened to I don't know bring this family together. Or did they grab a random story and say ancestry may or may not be able to do something similar? I think they just wanted to get something that was really wild and interesting and imagine if you dug into your background, you could learn all of this stuff. And then you just don't necessarily get that delivery out of things about they have apologized in pulled that down. And I'm sure they'll everybody will be happy. Now, right. The. Everybody now is going to go. All right. We've calmed down. We're not angry anymore. We're no longer upset. You know, who's not upset this guy who is cleaning house on jeopardy for God's sake. Feel it. I don't know if you watched any James holes, our playing the go aside from this the guy that set the record for the single day winning, right? I ten straight win on jeopardy. Fourth time breaking the record for the most money earned on a show in on this show at a single night this time, he broke his own record of one hundred ten thousand nine hundred and fourteen dollars. He made hundred thirty one thousand one hundred and twenty seven bucks. Geez. Just cleaning up right now the previous record was like seventy thousand. That's why. So he took it up to one hundred ten thousand and then did that little stunt where he put his daughter's birthday in there. Who knows what thirteen eleven twenty-seven. Or if that even means anything he's done. So well, he has four of the top five spots on top earnings in jeopardy episode. The only other ran on that list is Roger Craig in fifth place. This guy is amazing. He's a gambler to a professional gambler. And I think he uses that strategy like somehow he that that helps them out. Clearly, he's kicking ass. You've probably doing the hunt and peck, for daily doubles method know the answer to that I feel like I could if you're a gambler or you know, how to count cards, and it was multiple choice something like who wants to be a millionaire the success lies in that. But to just a mean, you have to have so much of that knowledge in your head. You have to have both the ability to play the game. I'm talking about like strategically play the game. No. When to pick what questions know, what bet on what? And then the ability to have the knowledge to answer the question. So you can win if you're a jeopardy jeopardy nerd you. Follow what's called the Corey at score. I never even heard that it excludes the wagers daily doubles and final jeopardy is strictly based on perform. Silence. And they say that holes. Our and Ken Jennings are like neck and neck on their Corey at scores. When I'd look to see them go against each other. I bet they'll do that at some point. I mean, I think they're in like an all-star kind of thing right now where we're Jennings could come back. They had Roger Craig the guy lives fifth-place if they had this guy in the Ken Jennings. That'd be a nerd Gazza of all these super smart people doing say, if you sub one of those out for Austin Rogers, it would be entertaining as all hell if he gets one hundred thirty one thousand one hundred twenty seven dollars in one game do the people next him even get to answer a question. Imagine a war. They have like the what is it the final question? Final jeopardy everyone. You know, they write out their stuff. And then they end up just like losing even more. I would hate to be the Versonnaz a negative score. Yeah. You're right exit this guy. He's just trouncing you here. They are less.
"single night" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Guys. I can't is amazing four or five six applications every single night people three clock in the morning. I have no idea what you're doing a three in the morning, but that's your business. You know, and they're shooting me alone application in. That's a really good way to get started. Give us your Email. Tell us what you're trying to. It's really simple. It's not brain surgery. Now, if I designed it, you know, it's simple. There's a lot of highfalutin people out there that can, you know, make things look really hard. No, no. No. No. No, no. That is not the mortgage doctors way, we're gonna make everything easy. And I have so many people Martin to call me and say, dude, I've talked to a lot of mortgage people in my life, and you just made it simple because it is simple. We can make it harder. We can make a simple, but you know, the the broaden broaden bankers. I have to ask the the little respect because I have a lot of friends that work in the big banks. Okay. But let's say the evil empire. All right. If you go to the evil empire. They're not interested in personalized service. They're not interested in making sure that you understand what you're doing. And what your options are. But that's what the mortgage doctor does for a living. And that is exactly what makes you so powerful. Steve is you're not beholden to one Bank one corporate set of rules being a small independent businessmen with your clients goals in my not the bank's not the corporations you work for your client, and you can shop and find the best Bank that suits your clients sneaks. It's just amazing to me when people call up, and they say, hey, the evil empire said nobody can help me. Well, what they're saying is they can't they can't help you, you know, because guys there's banks out there the word. They're not all created equal banks out there that want to loan money to people with challenge credit. There's banks out there that want to do construction loans. They want to do land loans. They want to do manufactured homes. They wanna do condos that's their niche, meaning their specialty. And so you go to the evil empire. No, no. Don't do any of that stuff. They want to turn the crank and get you done as quick as possible. And that's why so many people call me is because I may end up taking your loan to the evil empire. But that's the right place to take your lawn. That's what we're going to do. And so we're gonna find out what's right for you. You know, and it's his remaining here. The other day, I read some national statistics that last year when it comes to mortgage broker, I'm a mortgage broker, I'm an independent businessman. They did a national survey and had I have turned in my numbers. I.
"single night" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There was no jumping in the pool. Nobody jumped in the pool on that. Which is a sign of how far that program has come. You. Don't need a cannonball your way into the tournament. So another great great celebration. But different now when it comes to selection Sunday traditions, nothing is going to top the annual sit down with John Kerry. You know, how this goes Cal sits down in front of the camera and let the world know about how the committee made it personal and about how the committee hurt his kids because there were looking to hurt him in. Honestly, there are definitely years where it felt like you had a point. And he had a point yesterday. But it was not about the committee coming for him. It was about him coming after recruits. Did you check his living room yesterday? Look at this. If you're watching on TV, you should see it. And if you're not you should go find it. That's just how casually having a conversation in front of a bunch of frame jerseys of all the legends that he's coached at Kentucky. He's talking about. Well. Honestly, I've got no idea what he's talking about. Does matter. We've talking about it doesn't matter what he was talking about because nobody was listing. Everybody was looking it all the frame jerseys of DeMarcus cousins, John wall. Anthony Davis Derrick rose right behind him. He had them all set up in his living room about fire place. And a lotta casual the whole thing was or was supposed to be not only with the frames not hung on the wall. They were still wrapped in plastic. Like just gotten back from the frame store at the mall in hadn't had time to pick them up yet. And when they're all they're they're just begging for a question about them. John John gone looks like he gets new artwork. What's going on pick up a new few new prints before the interview? Oh, you mean those things. Yeah. Glad you asked about those things. Those are just some of the jerseys of some of the guys that I used to coach, you know, boogie John eighty Derek. Maybe you've heard of them they've been to. I don't know. Maybe a thousand all star games collectively they've made about a billion dollars. I think some of these guys might even be team USA players. You've heard of team USA. Right. That's when guys are so good that they get to go to the Olympics. Whatever not a big deal. Nothing new. It's what you already know. It's which already know and what I'm trying to project that if you wanna be a lottery pick. Then you come here, if you wanna be a gold medalist, then you come here if you want to be both a lottery pick and a gold medalist, you know, where to sign your your name. You think this is bad? You think this is bad? Hey, can you get the camera pan out pan out? Go look at my bedroom. Look at my office look at my garage. Look at our kitchen. Hell this crib is a freaking shrine to what I have built. I know I've got a Devon Booker in here somewhere Cima. Kevin Knox joys Randall Marcus Camby. You don't Marcus Camby is in here. At least I think I do. I'm starting to run out of space. I know I had an Eric Bledsoe jersey at some point. I think I've got tyreek Evans in the garage Jamal Murray man's eighteen and five with the nuggets every single night. And I don't even have space for him. I don't know. I mean, hell you coached a lot of NBA players. What was your question again? Who cares about the question? The whole interview was about what he was not saying with his words, but about what he was saying with the interior design. It was incredible just casually dropping names without even mentioning names. If anybody else did what cow did it would be the cheesiest corneas thing ever. But when cow does it it's the most cow thing ever. And I love it. I mean, it's amazing truly next level. Cow always be recruiting always be closing keep doing you cal- keep doing you cow and don't ever let wrecks in the queue or anybody else for that matter pooping your ice cream. There's a bucket of poop and there's a bucket of ice cream. You can put all the ice cream in that poop. That you want it doesn't change it. But one little pinch of that poop in that ice cream ruins at ice cream. And I'll tell you my man or the poop in our ice cream. That never not makes me laugh. And I tell guys I'll tell guy now Huma man or the poop in our ice cream. Yeah. People talk about buckets buckets got a bucket for this bucket for that bucket for this bucket for that bucket for poop bucket for ice cream, you my man are a pinch of poop in my ice cream. Squared now, if he's moved on to other analogies, but there really is not a better analogy. I'm who doesn't love a good. Double scoop a mint chocolate chip until somebody sneaks in a pinch of poop. Tom izzo. I think that somebody had a bucket of poop on his double scoop of ice cream. He was not happy win Thurman..
"single night" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"It might not happen every single night, but you have to accept that. And be okay with that. And look how many guys played great tonight. You could have picked sex six seven eight guys that had a major impact in the game. And that's what it's all about. It's about winning is about coming together. And. You know, we get to see him Saturday. So we'll see if they can put something together. But the bottom line is this gonna Sacramento an hour and a half drive from here and don't validate this, and you could be right back where we were before this game. Started tonight felt the warriors worst home loss of the year worst, home loss in the Steve Kerr era, and they have a game against the to see Denver Nuggets on Friday Denver now a game and a half behind the warriors who fall tonight Boston big win one twenty eight ninety five over Golden State for John Barry, I marquess tissue right here on your home for the NBA ESPN radio and the ESPN app warriors with thirty three point loss as you heard second second-worst laws under Steve Kerr worst, home loss under Kerr warriors guard Steph curry tonight was mostly. Bad execution on offense has been really putting a personal on those first three or four minutes. And then you compound that with not get any any stops. Couple breakdowns on communication. They made some tough shots in the eleven nothing with khloe back to thirteen to twelve and then. This is hard to sustain those comebacks against teams that are playing well any given night. So..
"single night" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio
"Frequencies in vibrations to calm, your brain. And put you into that deep sleep pattern. So yeah, I mean for me, I love just creating that little nest I have so many bills on my bed and right now, I'm single sleep alone. So my whole head is covered with Delos, and I'm kind of in the middle of it salts act in so. If you're having trouble sleeping. I've I've heard studies about people that use weighted blankets because it calms you it kind of creates that sense of being in the womb and being comforted covered in protected in like, Darlene said if you're going through circumstances, and you don't feel safe, and you don't feel protected just coming yourself with blankets and around it creates that sense of peacefulness. And so while I'm sleeping some of the really interesting that have happened to me over my entire life. Is my dreams, I dream all the time. Almost every single night. I have mini series going on. And I actually remember most of my dreams when I wake up at least snippets of them. And for me, the dreams have been extremely helpful and processing relationships difficult emotions things that I couldn't figure out in my conscious mind and just recently. I went through a breakup of a relationship and was struggling with how to release this relationship and was praying for some kind of a way to release this relationship that was not healthy for me and a few nights ago. I had this amazing enlightening dream that showed me why I had this relationship what its purpose was. And it allowed me to detach from this person in a healthy and gentle way where it was beneficial for him and beneficial for me, and it was through my subconscious dreaming that when I woke up I had this revelation. This was what it was what needed to happen. This is. What needed to be? So it it was a a healing experience. And there's been many times where I've had revelations in prophetic visions about things that have happened in. So if what I'm encouraging to do what I'm starting to do. Also you wake up right down. Even just a few snippets about what you remember? And you have a little dream journal and start going back and you'll start to see the patterns of how your dreams interpret things that your conscious mind. Can't explain I love this. Heather I you are so right on this is piper. Over in New Orleans. We are the key sisters because a tell you what I've been called the Princess of the P my entire life is well, it's so funny. I'm really into dreaming always had very visual drinks as well. I think there's a lot to be said about having the pillows around you and on you. Funding for some reason. I don't have a pillow behind my neck. They're just all around me by like Heather was describing and that way that really is comforting. I noticed even for my dad during the last stages of his life. He liked to have that weight on him. It reheats found that very comforting. So definitely something to that. It's it's fascinating because win were sleeping. You know, our rain in our on going through various stages during sleep, and it's really important that we have all of these cycles in completion, we will rotate around these cycles quite a few times. And you know, there's the first and second stage of sleep is where we're editing we're storing or deleting memories and then during the third and fourth stage of sleep. That's where our brain is is going through, psychological detox and then. Also detoxing in our bodies, physically kidneys deliver the channels. They're all going through. And then the last stage, the fifth stage is REM. And that's where retrieving typically your best REM is going to happen about.
"single night" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Won't walk you through my whole day because every single day is different sometimes, we're shooting content. Sometimes we're interviewing people at the studio sometimes we're running around. Sometimes we're you know, having meat. Somewhere else? So everyday is different there. And I and I think that that again where the motivation tip lies here is that the point is is that every day. I try to do something that is making progress so progress and motivation go together another way that I really really stay motivated is books. K we talked about podcasts podcast, really motivate. The fuck outta me. I don't know about you. But they inspire me. And they just they they really kicked my ass so books also do the same thing for me. And I really really find that I feel the most successful in my life when I can end the day with a book, there's something about taking thirty minutes to myself every single night being done with the day feeling good about the day, laying my head down on the pillow and reading a book I read off my phone normally, but I turn the background to black. So it's not white because I find that the white hurts my eyes does anyone else feel like that? Also, if I'm being really good that day. I'll. Wear blue light glasses cane. I'm feeling really good about myself. I'm wearing my blue light glasses in bed with like a good skin cream on you know, don't mean to brag. But like that's an a plus situation anyways. So I'm laying in bed. I'm reading for at least thirty minutes a night. Sometimes I can't sleep. And it's longer. It just depends and the books that I read are usually autobiographies there's something about about reading about someone else's life and their history that really appeals to me. I like to know why people are the way they are. And it's it's just interesting to me so auto biographies are usually on the list, currently reading fair faucets. Autobiography I became obsessed with her three Ryan O'Neal's autobiography, and then I read alone Stewart's she's the wife of rod Stewart's autobiography, and now I'm reading hers, and I just am her life was really fascinating. So that's a that's a fun autobiography now if I want to really immerse myself in knowledge, I'll read something like Robert Greene's books. So it just depends. How? Your feeling, but the point is is reading about other people gets you outside yourself, which I think makes you feel motivated on the same token, though. And this is another tip. You don't want to be so focused on other people that you're not focusing on your own shit. And let me give you an example. If you wake up every morning, and you scroll through Instagram. I don't think that that's setting a motivational foundation to your day, you're not focusing on your own shit. You're looking at other people, it's probably making you feel bad someone's in Bali someone's in, you know, Timbuktu someone's on the moon someone had someone just had a baby whatever it is. That's making you not feel the best is not motivating. So, you know, I think it's really important that if you're trying to create more motivation in your life to really make sure that you're not just scrolling through Instagram or Facebook all the time. I find not when I'm scrolling. I stop myself. It's not productive. And it doesn't make me feel motivate. It. So I would really really recommend picking those five content creators, I told you guys this earlier and sticking with those five content creators, but choose wisely because who you're choosing to consume every single day. Even if it's two minutes a day has an effect on you, if you're consuming, someone's content, and she or he is not making you feel good stop consuming. It do what you gotta do block them. I don't care..
"single night" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Negative coverage. His favorability ratings are remaining very steady. And so Mr. noise says the media have clearly waited into the political fray to wage war against the president. But have they accomplished anything? Beyond cemented director tation as political partisan, not objective journalists, and that's a very good question to ask here. And so again, the team analyzed every moment of coverage about Mr. Trump, which aired on ABC CBS and NBC evening newscasts threw out twenty eighteen you have to remember that these three networks have twenty three million people were watching them every single night, and they found that ninety percent of the coverage was incessantly hostile. And Mr. noise points out that despite the media's obvious, disapproval public opinion, other president actually implode during twenty eight ten and he sites figures from real clear, politics you follow a five or six polls almost religiously. And he says as it was last year. The Trump presidency was the biggest story of twenty eighteen accounting for eighty seven hours of coverage or twenty eight percent of all. Good evening news airtime. So in this case this year negative coverage. But did not impact President Trump's favorability rating. You know, it's interesting you go on vacation you find a really nice spot. That's not overwhelmed by tourists to go back a couple of years later, and oh my God everybody discovered it you have a remote location on the planet. That's going through the same issue. Yes. For some sort of our plan segment this morning part of our very busy world, and you have to think of a certain location on a planet. It was once considered one of the most unique and mystical and remote spots ever. And now, Rick it is among the most crowded we're talking about Machu Pichu about that Peru all the way down in Peru is eight thousand feet above sea level and. Machu Pichu now has so many tourists that they've had to change their ticketing policy to counter overturn this is coming from traveling to our world an industry publication. And this is a bachelor teacher was a UNESCO world heritage site. They have now introduced strict time slots for the throngs of tourists who are arriving and they're arriving. Rick believe it or not as five thousand people a day. Are wanting to visit Machu Pichu they have to pay seventy dollars a piece for tickets. And again, we're talking about a fifteenth century Inca citadel and the traveling Tour World also says visitors are asked to follow defined routes around site rather than have a free wheeling experience and apart. Some of the tourists were my gosh taken off their clothes up here. So they have at much you peach you, and that's all vacation also advises that tickets are available only through travel agents or the official Machu peachy website. So that's our world today. Other Saturday, well, seventy bucks a day at much UP show is still about thirty nine dollars cheaper than a one day ticket at Walt Disney World. So I guess what? Do you do Jennifer Harper inside the beltway of the Washington Times as always thank you very much and have a lovely holiday weekend. Thank you. The same to all our listeners. Thanks a lot. You bet. Six fifty Saturday morning update WMA oh Michelle Murray is in the wwl traffic center..
"single night" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"States on the eastern seaboard single night. What about family thinks of me? My dear sweet mom listens though. Does she she says, she she's she's probably got, Freddie and coach flex a wanna remind you I sixty five south and north shutdown semi accident will find out more information as we go through the night. Let's go to coach flex what's up coach? Hey, tony. You guys were giving country music a hard time. I will pay you back to dollar. If you download raising hail from my from heavy metal my CD, if he doesn't like the Qatar work on on raising hell, then he he's not an American higher coach flex you. Got a country music record. I just really good. I had I had two number ones in Europe. But I'm too darnold for Nashville. Well, if you're too old for Nashville, I might like you then. Yeah. 'cause you're wait. Let me get. Here's the question. Here's how determined if I like my country music singers or not. Do you wear lady bridges of what? Jeans. I wear I wear red head boot cut jeans. I can't wear Wrangler. I'm a weightlifter. I can't wear red Wrangler. I like the guy listen up. It's called raising hell, and what was the name of the group. At rusher. Just like it sounds, Don. I tunes. It's on the on the CD heavy. Metal interesting is really good. Thank you. Ed see about I'm going to get that. Aren't you? Parked at about eighty miles from Santa, Freddie, you're on with NewsRadio eight forty W H S what's up, Fred? Hey, guys, you're talking about the the flu and stuff like that. Honey, virus? I went to. A. Wobble house down in town, and you can see the people making your food. Yeah. The guy wearing a club. Yup. Yeah. All I talk and. You know, basically said man, I'm not gonna eat that stuff. And then you know, he respected and all pissed off. But found out that somebody caught appetite is a, Yup. From that way. Oh, really good that you were picky. Listen, I'm with you send it back though. It's almost worse than you know, something's going to happen. Right. But you go to a waffle house to get hepatitis a. Exciting. What you? Dick way, I've only been to one in my life. Are you serious it creeped me out? They do they never wear. They wear their. There's nothing like that thin waffle house, especially the chocolate chip one. Oh thin. Waffle eat eggo Jindal Belgian waffle. And the meal from waffle house that Dwight turned me onto was the steak armlet would help. Cheese omelette with jalapenos. But Tony what is the secret after you get it to your table? You eat it. Hot sauce Tabasco sauce. You gotta put Tabasco like a restaurant where the jaw every song on the jukebox. We're going to war on I'm gonna get you a waffle from waffle your auditor. I would like to witness to answer this question. Would you go to Ruth's Chris steak house as I do? And you walk up to the jukebox in the Ruth's, Chris steak house how many songs on there are about Ruth's, Chris. Your honor the defense rests. Every song. The waffle house. The only one I can think of is want you covered launch you smother like my waffle house hash Browns. Only one that I know about making me hungry, then you're all with NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. What's up been? I heard about Joel trying to write a country music. So I got a good title for okay? We'll start out with the title. Yeah. You go. It's called. I can't get over you till you get out from under him. I can't. Get over. Literally writing we're doing this. We're gonna do this until you get out from under him. Thank you. Then we have the title. That's wonderful. That's a Tony Dwight country. He had a good country voice may we'll get him to sing TV the vocal. He knows what he's talking about. So that's that's that's the title. We're almost there. Do we have a top forty song? Absolutely. Have the name of the song? You gotta fill it in the rest of it. All right. So give us some lines for our country music song here. A I'm talking about new country song on an old school. Yeah. No, no. No, no, no teenagers are getting plastic surgery from Bo talks to breast implants to lip fillers. Smaller noses, bigger noses. I mean, they're doing it all two hundred and thirty thousand cosmetic procedures were performed on patients. Thirteen to nineteen years old. Eighteen I'm cool with. Ryan gator to be specific fifteen years old. He thought his ears were too big. And they I guess he got made fun of a lot. So he had his ears pinned back, but that's fine. Because that's like I'm getting bullied something that makes me self conscious. Whatever I'm gonna fix us. But bothers me is the girls get their cheekbones raised lip billers, although lit fillers, you can take out. And there is pulled everything. It's so crazy. I never I don't understand the the lip filler. I don't get that. Now, they're going against it. Because it's people like the Kardashians like Kylie Jenner, which anyone that listens to this show knows how I feel about it. That she had those horrible lip injections and then got him removed. And now everyone's like, wait are big. Let's not anymore. 'self? We're.