21 Burst results for "Six Hundred Hour"

"six hundred hour" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Because you're like oh cool like the elements and then you're like cultural wars in genocide and trauma original generational trauma. I'm like politics and spirituality. Like oh yes. I love everything about this show. Do you have a nonmusical hobby. Ooh you're really in it. That's i mean. That's that's a valid. Answer i don't know will ask you again in a year. Playing video games gamer you into the most replaying but breath wild. I've talked to over six hundred. Almost six hundred hours of super smash bros ultimate barrio. We're gonna play later. And i'm really excited to see what happens. Yeah you're going to get your book. Anyways i've talked a lifetime of that game buddy. I know a child okay. Then we're going to have a hard time. I think i like games..

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Adopt a definitive store switzerland. I still wake up. And cold sweats. When i get the coffin johann orlando atlanta. You gotta come to campus me at the dolphin or switzerland because they i knew i wasn't gonna really be. It was like two days off after the race at training. Full gas for the next ten days. Like living like a Training camp lifestyle. Nobody i mean obviously not going. Have george brand. Those are some of the hardest training blocks we've ever done. I still remember putra double rewind. It was like two degrees celsius in pouring rain would go out with his six hundred hour rides. There's no there's no time offer these guys. i mean. This is their three week window where they got to lose the two to six pounds wherever they're at they gain the you know ten to twenty watts. Thirty with everything to gain is all about full gas training for this week. Window before the tour de france right and guess what else you on. i mean george. They're paid to do this. Being a diva you're paid handsomely. Now have a global following of people that just adore. You and it wouldn't be possible if you didn't do that so complaining. I was saying that it was a daunting task. Knowing that i was going to be with you for three weeks in between races is going to be hard. Hard work in george started to shed a little light on that and that was one of my questions You know the those that did that often have a little bit more time in between the before the tour starting. He said mentioned it's two to three weeks. Would is that training. Look like in that two to three weeks. What exactly are doing. That's part one. And then i also want you guys to elaborate on the politics of the team selection Especially when you talk about any us and all that the stack talent. So what does that. What is going on between now and tour de france type. Well i'll let you on handle the politics. 'cause that's what he did so well but as far as the training goes look i mean you. Have you have to train a lot. I mean the would george alluded to it. Just this. I mean coming into the tour at the perfect body weight Really for the tour. You still might have a little bit to lose. But you got that first week but you can't do one either of these races as as happen than just go and growing up a kid that swam you know one of the most important things in swimming is the taper right. So you whether it's state championship nash olympics. Any of these things these summers they've got tapering down to an art. Form cyclists don't taper day train straight into the tour There isn't a taper and and you know it again. Nobody wants to sit around and starve themselves. So enable to keep that perfect body weight coming into the tour man. I mean georgia's said. I mean we're out there doing these these camps leading up to the doer doing six seven eight hour days right a rat all the way up to the final week is that mostly just preparing the body for what it's like during the tour that just the pounded the daily pounding that you get and then it's literally like like you know what you go through for that three weeks. Well by the way. I mean it's i couldn are i would not want to go out and do a six hour ride at this point in my life but The these guys are so good so efficient. Four or five hour days. that's not going to affect them. The they recover from those that they this is what they do. What about the politics you on limit. Let me get to that. And i want because johan johan had of the top jobs because even though i was part of your seven hundred advance wednesday. Yawn always made it clear. I was not guaranteed to make sort of team was. Hey you better be performance. You better be doing this. These rising lands. And you're not a set spot. Even though i've been there the whole time the point is that he was always very clear with all the rider's feet. If you are giving it all for what the main goal the team was and you weren't putting in the effort that was required to be at the race. You were not assuming no matter. Have many times you've done it so he had a tough job and he always made it very clear to us that you know. There was no slacking off that we needed to prove that we needed that. We we were. We deserve to be there or we work on. Go was george ever questionable johann. George was that you had you had to keep us. You had to keep us. Yeah you know the fire. Under the geor- george was never in question. You know i mean he. He had the experience he had. He had hit. Proven it over again. But you know it's it's not easy you know normally what you have is you. Have you have your leader and then you have your your you know your loyal guys around him and then you have know numbers seven eight and nine those are the guys that there's probably seven or eight dice for that and that you really have to wait until the end to see. Who's in good shape. If somebody has been too early in good shape You know their their willingness to commit to the team. You know to give it all that was for me. That was the main factor decided actor somebody be performing a lot better and the swiss or.

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Build an Online Knowledge Based Business as a Health Professional with Eva Synkowski

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Build an Online Knowledge Based Business as a Health Professional with Eva Synkowski

"This episode was speaking with c. cynic hausky and she is a biochemist engineer. Cross china who teaches athletes. How to eat well. She's extensive education and the life sciences with a bs in by chemical engineering a first m s environmental sciences and a stake in nutrition and functional medicine. She was the program manager for cross fit inc altering the training course materials in savings a subject matter expert. For this station's she has also accumulated more than six hundred hours of public speaking teaching fitness and nutrition Including ticks baga out with more than twenty years experience and academic training seamlessly translates even space scientific data into practical solutions for everyday success. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me on society. I wanna give out some context as to what you do where your expertise lies at a new passion lies in before. We're kind of talking about a lot that you do with educational programs so it gives a bit of background on you how that relates to that. Yeah background on me. I always had a passion for athletics. And that kind of background constantly as i of pursued engineering and career environmental consulting and all these other things but i was always doing on the side and eventually led to a career in cross it and cross at the base of bear. Teaching methodology is actually nutrition so it was a great way to combine my passion with some of my background in biology in the biological sciences. So yeah that's sort of the background and nutrition is interesting and and really yet with my programs. I try to make some of that. Basic education to be to be in bbc format. Nakai talked me about what you do with with educational progress. What does that mean to help. People build them build them for others. Would you do. I build them for customers to take them whether or not. They're members at a gym whether or not they're sitting by themselves at their house. I build a program that people go through to learn about nutrition and there's a couple different levels of them are sort of more basic. Hey let's get you go and then there's more of the heavy hitting you wanna learn about insulin and all the other details questions. People have

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"This episode was speaking with c. cynic hausky and she is a biochemist engineer. Cross china who teaches athletes. How to eat well. She's extensive education and the life sciences with a bs in by chemical engineering a first m s environmental sciences and a stake in nutrition and functional medicine. She was the program manager for cross fit inc altering the training course materials in savings a subject matter expert. For this station's she has also accumulated more than six hundred hours of public speaking teaching fitness and nutrition Including ticks baga out with more than twenty years experience and academic training seamlessly translates even space scientific data into practical solutions for everyday success. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me on society. I wanna give out some context as to what you do where your expertise lies at a new passion lies in before. We're kind of talking about a lot that you do with educational programs so it gives a bit of background on you how that relates to that. Yeah background on me. I always had a passion for athletics. And that kind of background constantly as i of pursued engineering and career environmental consulting and all these other things but i was always doing on the side and eventually led to a career in cross it and cross at the base of bear. Teaching methodology is actually nutrition so it was a great way to combine my passion with some of my background in biology in the biological sciences. So yeah that's sort of the background and nutrition is interesting and and really yet with my programs. I try to make some of that. Basic education to be to be in bbc format. Nakai talked me about what you do with with educational progress. What does that mean to help. People build them build them for others. Would you do. I build them for customers to take them whether or not. They're members at a gym whether or not they're sitting by themselves at their house. I build a program that people go through to learn about nutrition and there's a couple different levels of them are sort of more basic. Hey let's get you go and then there's more of the heavy hitting you wanna learn about insulin and all the other details questions. People have

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on The 3-1 Collapse

The 3-1 Collapse

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on The 3-1 Collapse

"I know i know you. You traded a few la- shares robinhood. What you what did you talk about a little bit i. Unfortunately i was at the victim to the little promise in premise of robinhood. And i'm very a shamed with that anyway. So yes i do. I did trade some shares on robinhood. Too i use both robinhood and e trade collectively. What they basically. What they did was once. They saw that. The movement was gaining steam and the price is going up. Robin hood essentially did not allow investors to buy shares against anymore on their on their app. The thing about robert is that they allow you to buy partial share suicide. Open some more people where you don't have you don't have to have as much money as the stock is worth to own a portion of it which allows for people to start investing in get a start in the stock market is all about and things like that. And that's they originally founded. They're coming off of his though. Like the democratizing. The finance industry such in all that stuff. If i can interject robin hood. It seems like they're trying to increase the average person's participation in the stock market correct correct in. That's why i got into it too. Because it gives you a good introduction into what the stock market is in the best thing and things of that nature relatively low risk rate. Yeah veli low risk you know very informational. I'll give them credit for that. Initially and so once. The movement started gaining steam. You know they started blocking they may feel not allow you to buy shares game stop and it's very ironic because if you think about the story of robinhood what he do. He stole from the rich and gave to the poor. In the sense of robinhood. The app did basically robinhood wasting stolen from a rich given to the poor then told the sheriff of nottingham that the poor stole from the rich in that exact is unacceptable literally robinhood. The is disgusting. Literally i'm pretty sure. I mean i don't know the legal implications of this ramification. Excuse me but this is. It's disgusting like i think it's illegal to. I'm not sure if you're allowed to block someone from investing in a specific share of stock or company but they basically blocked most others that were basically of bouncing around on the internet to stop the movement in drive the price back down for the investors. Because it is a rumored and i think i believe some of their invested way. They make money is said. They very complicated. How robinhood allows you to trade twentieth stuff like that but they they're doing. They have other reasons for doing that. I don't think they did it. Because they they claim that for the best interest of the investor. But it's not really of the reasons of how they make money. I do if i trying to think about it very well. So basically what they do. Is they sell the stock at a higher price to their investor and they sold the information of your trades to market makers and other hedge funds. So they can make money from your trays as well. So third party yes they on the market yes sued when you basically buy a share of a stock daytona information to another hedge funds can also get in before you because they're allowed to trade at ours every time investors aren't aren't allowed to trade on and they can make money more money than you would on the same investment that you made. It is very satisfying that. Melvin capital wound up losing billions and billions of dollars. Unfortunately i didn't get to participate. That was really. I wasn't really a informed on this at all. Because i i don't really invest in stocks however now start the on warns my heart knowing that. There's some good he will out there that actually want to see some of the evil corporations that make money off of people's demise like suffer. 'cause essay should cause in the same people that got bailout from two thousand eight. Why should they be allowed to continue to do these things hurt. The majority of people dislike can be rich. Like it's it's ridiculous Well that's a good point You know. I mean you look at most of our nation's history the government's quick to bailout billionaires in hedge funds obviously on of two thousand eight suffer other a market Dips in ninety seven. But i why is the government quick to build these guys out yet dragon speed when it wants to win. The american public wants to get bailed out during the pandemic. You guys on me. You know if. I've said it once. I've said i'm times in government is controlled by corporate elites and billionaires and these are the same people who are hedge funds if the government didn't bail them out officials would lose their power because the people who make these headphones are in their pockets via donations at bribes money talks politicians care more about the one percent of the bottom ninety nine percent. There's a lot more for us. Common folk didn't offer hedge funds. If you're a hedge fund is not above a certain value. you don't even have to register with. Sec that's all you need to know. Meanwhile you have tens of millions of americans who have lost their jobs at one point. The year they've been affected by. Kobe put food on the table at their families whether they get. Will i get a twelve hundred dollar check at unemployment benefits which have already ran out. They got six hundred hour check a few weeks ago. Meanwhile you have other countries given their business two thousand dollars a month so they stay home so you don't have to work so after their lives to feed their families that have to risk their lives to go to work until you get the pandemic under joy often bunch further legislation passed by our congress or have or that they have tried to pass their stimulus. Bill a few months ago for that tribe. The former president trump actually turned down and know there's money for lots of stuff business On benefits are stimulus checks. But they tried to sneak in money for aquatic.

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Leland Melvin's Journey From The NFL To NASA

Innovation Now

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Leland Melvin's Journey From The NFL To NASA

"After playing college football. Leland melvin was drafted by the nfl when his football career as a wide receiver was cut short because of an injury leland pursued his passion for engineering while working at nasa a co worker gave him an astronaut application but leila didn't intend to be an astronaut so he didn't complete the form when the next round astronauts were being chosen. His friend once again handed him an application and leland was accepted into the program. During a spacewalk simulation melvin lost his hearing a small phone block that allows astronauts to clear. Their ears was missing from his training suit. It was two full years before he recovered enough to be considered for spaceflight. Yet leland went on to log nearly six hundred hours in space. Now retired from nasa leland encourages people to stay. Curious followed their passions. And never give up even when your dreams have you chasing

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Chasing Space: Astronaut Leland Melvin’s Journey From Sports To Space

Innovation Now

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Chasing Space: Astronaut Leland Melvin’s Journey From Sports To Space

"As the only NFL player to fly in space former astronaut League Melvin knows how to tackle the problem. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shaped the future after Playing College Football Leland Melvin was drafted by the NFL when his football career as a wide receiver was cut short because of an injury, Leland pursued his passion for engineering while working at NASA a co worker gave him an astronaut application, but Leila didn't intend to be an astronaut. So he didn't complete the form when the next round astronauts were being chosen. His friend once again handed him an application and Leland was accepted into the program. During a spacewalk simulation Melvin lost his hearing a small foam block that allows astronauts to clear their ears was missing from his training suit. It was two full years before he recovered enough to be considered for spaceflight yet Leland went on to log nearly six hundred hours in space. Now, retired from NASA Leland encourages people to stay curious followed their passions and never give up even when your dreams have you chasing space

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To the breaking economic news of the day Charles welcome back my friend how are you George good to be with you finally and thanks for having me on your show regulars did you hear that Jeff Bezos is making more money just sitting there I mean yeah there's going to be winners and losers in this whole thing but unfortunately we're seeing a lot of losers in the in our economy right now and my heart really goes out for people well me too me too it was this economic stimulus worth wild I mean how are we going to pay for this and you know the twelve hundred dollars at the people get who qualified plus the five hundred per child that's going to go pretty quickly yeah you're creating a lot of moral hazard here I think throughout the economy by chance the past the cures act which stand for Kronos coronavirus aid relief and economic security it's an eight hundred and eighty page bill I've seen this in the PDF format it is enormous I mean I must've taken a hundred attorneys you know Hundred Days to write this thing I like the paper bill in a way he just pushes out but you know it's it's direct payments two point two trillion dollars going to the hospital small business and and of course six hundred hours a week for unemployment now I've seen that you're creating again moral hazard because in two thirds of the states that's more money they get more money by staying at home and going to work I sent her death that some companies that wanted to open and bring their employees back the employees say I prefer to stay home but there's a problem there I guess if they deny the call back from the employee they can get bounced off the unemployment rolls skin thing well that this guaranteed in the bill if it expires July thirty first as I understand it by the way this is competing with the payroll the payroll of protection program you know business owners went out there and I went through all the effort to make sure they're going to get some funds to give their employees and then they call him to come back want to come back right so you know there's a sign in the national park assist don't feed the bears you know because once you start going down that road it's not very good but not to be outdone on April ninth the the fed.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Zone well northern Williamson County for example used to be zone seven B. it's now eight Hey that's approximately a five degree rise in temperatures and in terms of the average low temperature so over that thirty year period we're losing chill hours if you live in town the number chill hours you get is significantly different than if you live out in the country or in a low spot out in the country normally we would tell people between six hundred and eight hundred hours I would say that we are probably much more effective to say between five hundred and seven hundred if you're in town you're looking at four to six hundred hours now because it's just so much warmer in the urban areas okay so it's not an exactness I mean it very so much and you you know you can very depending what side of the building you plant your trees on yeah well I I know a couple years ago we barely get four hundred yes like I wanna I'm looking at you know in the future getting some more trees just trying to figure out what number to use to get the right one I would go for fewer hours rather than more hours are the number a chill hours we're receiving is been decreasing on a pretty steady rate if you measure over the thirty year period and and by the way that thirty year period is the number they use for predicting average rainfall average temperature what particular climate zone that we happen to be in this area and that thirty year period is showing that it's decreasing every year okay so go for shorter.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The German language so hard for me I don't know I just in the morning try to study like Jeff I'm trying for the first ten minutes I will go crazy I don't know it's not easy to learn German but you have the opportunity to learn German here yeah refugees are required to attend six hundred hours of German lessons as part of a government integration course that usually lasts six months your son isn't the only one finding it difficult to learn the language fifty percent fail the basic German test at the end according to a recent report by the federal office of migration and refugees but still integration into the labour market is working much better than most experts predicted especially for young people willing to learn a trade there are plenty of opportunities the doomsday scenario of a million unemployed refugees hasn't come true so I'm just here right now I tried everything to help my family but it's really hard because they are very nice so would a nineteen year old Syrian who fled to Berlin alone has just finished an internship here it helped her land a three year apprenticeship Berlin's largest hotel is this what you've always wanted to do is to work in in hospitality in restaurants and hotels yes it was a dream for me I worked also in Syria and restaurants with my parents because they had also owned restaurants but it's was hard for girls to work in a restaurant or a hotel in our culture and Syria and like this so here in Germany is that there's.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our final segment talking for reporting and former Greg we talked about three ways to kill your trees then we talked about how to plant them properly and now we've got three keys for success yes member I said earlier that you can go in the most nurseries in every big box store and they will say of fruit tree that will never make fruit you have to be responsible for making sure that you know which trees going to do well here so there's three things you need to know you think I think in threes sometimes there's three things you need to know first of all there's chill hours I was at home over the recently and they had a peach street the required six hundred hours of chill we get about three hundred and fifty hours of chill in the Phoenix metropolitan area in the low desert that wouldn't even going to sign you have to get that almost up to we're talking northerners sinus pressure in exactly do we might not even have enough the thing is it was in a Phoenix store right and you know I've approach the stores before and it's and face everyone from doing comes to Phoenix to buy their fruit trees exactly exactly and people just don't know that I was in a and another big box store couple years ago and you know there's about I don't know probably five hundred different varieties of peaches in this store the tag on the tree said peach that's all it said see how you really have to educate yourself number one thing is is chill hours we get about three hundred and fifty hours in the low desert a chill.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KQED Radio

"German the gym along with so hard for me I don't know I just in the morning try to stop the light Jeff I'm trying for the first ten minutes I will go crazy I don't know but it's not easy to learn German but you have the opportunity to learn German here yeah refugees are required to attend six hundred hours of German lessons as part of a government integration course that usually lasts six months yes on isn't the only one finding it difficult to learn the language fifty percent fail the basic German test at the end according to a recent report by the federal office of migration and refugees but still integration into the labor market is working much better than most experts predicted especially for young people willing to learn a trade there are plenty of opportunities the doomsday scenario of a million unemployed refugees hasn't come true so I'm just here right now I tried everything to help my family but it's really hard because they are very nice soda nineteen year old Syrian who fled to billion alone has just finished an internship here that helped her land a three year apprenticeship at Berlin's largest hotel is this what you've always wanted to do is to work in and hospitality in restaurants and hotels yes it was a dream for me I worked also in Syria and restaurants with my parents because they had also owned restaurants but it's was hired for girls to work in a restaurant or a hotel in our.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We have open lines. Get on there. Jack from right at the street from Westminster. That's right. That's right. What's up today? Jack, I've got a Willie CPA thirty seven Willy's Jeep in pretty good shape. My started over year but will kindle loving gear. Going to breed. Agreed great lines at all. But it's a Jeep that. Eighteen hundred dollars. Okay. And then I got a couple of construction trailers, the heavy duty thousand pounds and he'd have to look at them once a triple acts and one's a double axel. Okay. All right. How much you want for that? Take it, what it depends on which one, one of my take about five hundred dollars, six hundred hours and the other one, I, I like to get thousand dollars were, so I could buy maybe I could buy one of these and just put my bed in there and make a house, right? Your a frame rat. You gotta hold trail or. There you go. All right. The construction trailer or two fifty seven Jeep. Right. Cheap cheap. All right. And jackson. Thanks number. Seven one eight three four eight nine four seven one eight thirty four eighty nine. Thanks, Jack by by, hey, four ten thousand two two six six eight zero get on. There are sponsor popular jewelry, and Paulin of Dundalk, if you haven't been out there, it's just a great store to shop at, we know how that they pay so much gold and silver, and platinum, they pay more than anybody around known fact. All right. You know that they're appoint shop. So if you're sure to cash, he can go in there and you can give him an item and they'll give you cash for it. And if later you become flesh a little bit, you can go back and buy the item back. All right. Did you know that? But a lot of people pulling stuff can ever afford, or don't want to get it back. All right. So. They have a lot of items that they sell way under retail prices. They have jewelry and watches some new. They have TV's have musical instruments electron. They have cameras. They.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTRH

"The deceit of lift here. Shots are fired the scene of that lives. Here goes down. And so does one of the suspects. Surveillance video shows the three people involved with authorities are combing through that in hopes that it will find carries killer, along with the woman who visited him all the gavel will a, a New York college is kidding ready to offer a, a major that will prepare students for career and dog training. Fox's girls Scott's explains the state university of New York. Cobo skill will offer the programming canine, training and management, the four year course of study was developed by trainer of military, and police dogs who says a demand for canine that can sniff out explosives and help veterans has expanded since nine eleven. Stephen MacKenzie says dogs that find drugstore. Ashes and missing people are also being sought by law enforcement, the program will train about fifty new dogs of varying breeds, each semester, and require for students as six hundred hour internship at a dog themed business like the search dog foundation or the American kennel club Gernal, Scott, Fox News. Trump says he's not concerned about North Korea's recent missile tests, and he isn't quite ready to make a trade deal with China, China, just yet. Now today, Trump in the Japanese Prime minister appeared in a press conference together in Tokyo Trump says he doesn't think that he's the missile test North Korea conducted earlier this month violated United Nations sanctions, the president said that some of his people think that it could have been a violation, but he views it differently and sports, the Astros, get a win against the cubs and their Memorial Day game at minute maid park, final score six to five they will play the cubs again tomorrow that first pitch.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTRH

"With the lives here shots or fire. To see them that lives. Here goes down and sodas one of the suspects surveillance videos show, the three people involved with authorities or combing through them in hopes that they will find carries killer, along with a woman who visited him. The guy will will has already gone down. And the New York college is getting ready to offer major that will prepare students for a career in dog training. It's true. Fox's Grenell Scott explains the state university of New York Cobo skill will offer the program canine, training and management, the four year course of study was developed by a trainer of military and police dogs, who says a demand for canines they can sniff out explosives and help veterans has expanded since nine eleven. Stephen MacKenzie says dogs that find drug stashes and missing people are also being sought by law enforcement, the program will train about fifty new dogs of varying breeds, each semester, and require for students. Six hundred hour internship at a dog themed business like the search dog foundation or the American kennel club, Grenell Scott, Fox News. There's horrible weather going on in the United States. We're lucky to have we have all the way from Chicago down to Oklahoma and over to Arkansas, we'll have more news on that at seven thirty Astros. Played the clubs today and it was Jack mayfield's debut and a major league game at his very, I bet he doubled. Yeah, he got his first RBI in five run third inning. And the Astros finally won in the ninth inning..

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Government has stressed that overtime is voluntary. And that negotiations should be between individuals in their employer's amidst. The people blowing horns and whistles, I meet a mild mild-mannered man holding a banner from Hungary's printers union. On the bottom. Florida. Authorities says he works with printing machines is a printer and usually at printers, the overtime hours or more than two hundred fifty or the year before last year, he had six hundred overtime hours six hundred hours. That's a day and a half a week as an IOT ensure made last week he sixty hours and the next week. He will also sixty hours. The problem is that his company is able to delay the payment of overtime hours for three years, according to the new law versus like twenty overtime hour, and they paid in three years this three year timeframe for compensating overtime is the most contentious part of the law employers in Hungary used to have a year to pay or give days off in lieu if agreed with the unions now they've been given even more flexibility to help them cope with fluctuating demand so far. We haven't heard of any companies to intend to use the extended accounting period that many workers fear that overtime hours will be forgotten months down the line or that if a company goes bust before the three years are up they may never get their money. There are all kinds of rumors in the crowd about who is behind the so-called slave, nor what'd you think about.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Government has stressed that overtime is voluntary. And that negotiations should be between individuals in their employer's amidst. The people blowing horns and whistles, I meet a tool mild-mannered man, holding a banner from Hungary's printers union. Late bottom. When you've got Florida also says he works with printing machines is a printer and usually at printers, the overtime hours or more than two hundred fifty or the year before last year, he had six hundred overtime hours six hundred hours. That's a day and a half a week as an meet last week. He he wrote sixty hours and the next week. He will also work sixty hours. Got the door was on. The problem is that his company is able to delay the payment of overtime hours for three years. According to the new law. So. The overtime hour, and they paid in three years this three year timeframe for compensating overtime is the most contentious part of the law employers in Hungary used to have a year to pay or give days off in you if agreed with the unions now they've been given even more flexibility to help them cope with fluctuating demand so far. We haven't heard of any companies who intend to use this extended accounting period. That many workers fear that overtime hours will be forgotten months down the line or that if a company goes bust before the three years are up they may never get their money. There are all kinds of rumors in the crowd about who is behind the so-called slave, nor what did you think about this label? But.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on Unorthodox

"I'm just walking dot com. And you know, it's kind of mundane details of the city, you know, it could be pretty small things like fire hydrants or really big, you know, huge things in New York City like like bigger fire hydrant, a bigger fire hydrants, but it could also sort of touch on Carnegie Hall, or whatever. So it sort of has this range of the really micro and the macro. So I was really interested in his blog, and as a friend of mine, I just you know, would always hear about these sort of interesting takes on New York City that seems so different from how I had thought about the city myself having lived here for two deck. Gaid's? So Finally, I just finished another movie I had some time, and I just sort of said to Matt again as a friend. Why don't I come along on your New York walk and just get some footage of what you're doing? It'll just be me. I won't be bring like a big crew. And we'll just see, you know, maybe we'll get something cool. And I think he was just glad that he didn't have to do it a couple couple of times alone, and I sort of followed along with him and that morphed into this long filming process where I film them for three years, and I found about five hundred six hundred hours, and he sort of invited me to come along with him on for a for big wide long length of his walk. I didn't walk every day. But I did many many hours with them. How much should you walk because you're basically doing the lock at the same walk quite as much as math. But I probably definitely logged a few hundred miles. I definitely went through a number of shoes. I my feet or are completely thrashed from this. Project and all in all I probably had like I said five to six hundred hours. I lost track of how much footage and that then we sat down into a ninety minute movie. So it was it was a hard editing project. But yeah, it was really interesting to film and just to get to go along with mount. So I was wondering when I was watching it. I assume there was some sort of vehicle that the camera was on. But I found it was actually you holding a cab. Yeah, I wish there was a vehicle that would have been easier. I did the whole movie hand-held I held the camera and walked with Matt. And there was a couple of times when I experimented with. You know, some like devices hand held devices Kimble's stabilisers and nothing ever really worked and everything sort of was was was difficult. So I just kept on reducing reducing and just took a cat a camera and put it on a mono pod. And basically did the whole whole movie hand-held. You know, Matt wasn't Matt was doing his his project, and I didn't want to sort of impact at t much. So I would just sort of follow along and where he went I followed, and I tried to sort of stay out of the way a little bit to allow the authenticity in the spontaneity just to happen in New York City. So Jesse what attracted you to this film, really every every single aspect of it. Jeremy had sent me a rough cut he was working on two years ago. And as he said, he filmed about five hundred six hundred hours of footage. So I think he, you know, being isolated in a room editing. It I think he wanted kind of like a second pair of eyes on it. And then I'll and I'll tell you. I was really an anticipation of a of doing this today. And kind of filtering so many things in my life through the lens of what does this say about Judaism? Or how does this fit into like Jewish culture? Maybe just as an extension of my own narcissism. I was watching. There's so much about this movie that is distinctly Jewish to me, you have this essentially a displaced guy displaced because of his own making not because of any kind of you know, perjure faira. Yeah. Yeah. And you know, he's displaced guy in New York and by virtue of his own curiosity. An interest in other people and good nature like kind of assimilates into all these other cultures around the city. And so the movie shows in this really beautiful way this guy walking into areas that most that most people who live in the richer parts of New York City, don't go to because.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on American Hysteria

American Hysteria

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on American Hysteria

"Lifetime movie through six hundred hours of hypnotherapy with Dr pastor Michelle recovers avalanche of repressed memories from her childhood of extreme ritual abuse by satanic cult the book alleges that her mother surrendered her to a satanic leader named Malachi who along with his Colt used six year old Michelle in eighty one day devil, summoning ritual called the feast of the beast. Michelle was covered in spiders, covered in the blood of dead fetuses that she'd watched being crucified in the blood of kittens she'd watched being slaughtered. She was physically emotionally sexually and spiritually abused made to have sex with snakes and even had horns and a tail surgically fused to her body. But then in a crescendo of glittering, light Jesus. The Virgin, Mary and the archangel Michael all show up and save Michelle from the chaotic grind house horror a racing. All the memories of those terrible events talking them away in a corner. Her mind. So that she could rediscover them only when the time is right conveniently they also remove all the scars of the abuse from her body the scars from the horns in the tail all the physical evidence magically dissolved it may be shocking to us now. But this book blew up with Michelle. Doctor pastor touring the US and appearing on all the most popular talk shows eventually leaving their own spouses to get married to each other. The book was of course, debunked several times throughout the nineteen eighties with interviews from siblings. Michelle claimed never existed her father and schoolmates that knew her as a quiet student during the time she claimed to be in the constant throes of a satanic Colt. It was clear from the taped interviews, Dr pastor had fed for the mentioned six hundred hours false information to vulnerable patient under hypnosis, those who've studied the tapes, closer note, the many similarities to the apparent west African cannibalistic. Religious rights that pass their claim to have witnessed while working abroad. And by all accounts like to bring up quite often. Recovered memory therapy has since been seriously questioned by scientists and psychologists alike as it is extremely easy for therapists to help create false memories with suggestive techniques, even if they don't mean to but the thorough debunking of Michelle remembers and the techniques in involved hardly mattered to a freaked out public. This book also had a very clear agenda written largely in the helpless voice of child. Michelle is continuously abused by the female members of the cold, which she calls, the mommies the conclusion of the book than alludes, very unsubtly that the real villain of the story is Michelle's mother because it was her that originally abandoned Michelle to the Colt by extension all women who put their children in the hands of strangers or suspect. There is a pointed call for the return to the moral nuclear family system the. The only hope against this kind of organized abuse. And of course, a return to fundamentalism itself, as it was mother, Mary that appears magically to become the mommy that Michelle had been missing. Doc, the Lawrence pastor and his to these to destroy the belief system within a child to make a child turned against what they believe in in terms of who they are God is and to desecrate all manner of flash on that are changes to all matter of signing symbol a child that in any way attached to. All of a sudden hypnotherapist all over were helping patients recover horrifying memories of satanic abuse. Michelle remembers was used to train social workers in conferences on child abuse all over the country never mind, the magical claims of divine intervention, and as these social workers returned from these trainings, a shocking number of new allegations of child sexual abuse began to surface, and over time became more and more bizarre, more and more impossible, more and more. Like the outrageous stories of Michelle remembers that's next. Just a.

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"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred hour" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Fixture in the ring doing interviews with pro wrestling's biggest stars during the nineteen eighties and nineties I for the WWF than the WCW during Monday night wars, ending his career with the WWE in two thousand one means gene Oakland was seventy six. This is Fox News. Minnesota news. Doc, so US marine from Minnesota was reportedly shot and killed at the marine barracks. In Washington DC, the Star Tribune reporting the twenty year old Riley coups NIA from Karlstad was shot early Tuesday. Morning officials say the shooting was not self inflicted. And there is no threat to local residents near the barracks, which is about a mile from the US capital. Two brothers died in an apparent murder-suicide Tuesday afternoon in the midst of a family new years holiday party and white bear township a Ramsey county sheriff's swat team responded to a call of shots fired inside a home. When officers arrived, they found people fleeing the premises and officers eventually entered the home and found two men dead. There will likely be a major push to legalize recreational marijuana in two thousand nineteen Representative Mike Freiberg of golden valley says he introduced a Bill last session to start the conversation using a public health approach. So giving the department of health the authority to issue regulations related to manufacturing. Sale the marketing of cannabis, you know, I'm not interested in it turning into another product like tobacco that's been targeted towards kid with twenty three foot snow sculpture of slinky this snail now towers over a new Brighton neighborhood. It's the latest creation from the BART's brothers. A trio who is built a giant animal. Snow sculpture for the past eight years, they say the creation took over six hundred hours to make this is coming up in the Thursday edition of Justice and drew tomorrow..

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The Most Impactful Episodes of Tiny Leaps

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

09:39 min | 4 years ago

The Most Impactful Episodes of Tiny Leaps

"In this episode, we look back at the last three hundred episodes of tiny leaps, big changes. I can't even tell you how mazing this feels so get excited because this is tiny leaps, big chain. To another episode of tiny leaps, big changes, whereas share simple strategies you can use to get more out of your life. My name is Greg clueless, and this is a special day. This is a special episode. This is something that if I'm being honest, I did not think that I would see. Three hundred episodes, three hundred episodes that is insane. And when you really look, look at the each episode took an average of, let's say, two hours to make. So we're looking at six hundred hours put into this show not to mention marketing and community and the book, and just so much. It's one of those things that. I'm like being here, I'm a little bit blown away by. But it's incredible. And so first of all, before we jump into what I have for the content, I wanna say, thank you to you because this show would not be at three hundred. If it weren't for you, if you did not continuously show up, if you did not share your thoughts and opinions with me, if you did not keep suggesting content ideas and things you want to hear if you weren't the amazing human being that you are this show wouldn't have made it to three hundred. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you. It honestly means the world. Now, with that said. My plan for this episode is to look back at six episodes that members of the community have highlighted as the most impactful to them. These are episodes that. For one reason or another. Help them along their journey at allow them to get the message to click whatever it was. There is trying to do allowed the message to finally click into place. So we're going to look at those six episodes. I'm going to introduce the person who who who suggested it. I'm gonna mention the episode number in the title, talk a little bit about what I was going for with that episode and then play a small clip from it. So this is gonna be a little bit longer of an episode, but hopefully you guys enjoy it. And that's, that's my big thing is kind of just let's reflect on the best moments of the last three hundred episodes the most impactful moments of the last three hundred episodes. So without further ado, the very first one, the first episode suggested to me to make the cut as one of the most impactful. One of the most valuable episodes of this show comes from Haley. Now, Haley is has become a good friend of mine. She listens to the show regularly, and she reached out to me months ago trying to find a way that we could work together. And we we've since done some work together. So I appreciate her so much. I suggesting this and the episodes she suggests is one seventy five going back to a job after entrepreneurship. Now this episode for me was all about documenting what I was dealing within that moment. It was the end of twenty sixteen. After my business failed. I went back and I took a fulltime job early twenty seventeen and hated it so much. Like I felt like a failure. I felt like a loser. I felt like I wasn't good enough. That's why I had to do this. And the purpose of this episode was two almost clarify for myself. Why going back to a job was valuable? Why it

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