35 Burst results for "Sixteen Minutes"

Towns carries Timberwolves past Curry-less Warriors, 119-99

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Towns carries Timberwolves past Curry-less Warriors, 119-99

"Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns had had twenty twenty six six points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds to to lead lead the the Timberwolves Timberwolves to to a a one one nineteen nineteen ninety ninety nine nine romp romp over over the the worn worn out out warriors warriors very very happy happy that that we we got got this this when when I'm I'm happy happy to to wait wait plate plate discipline discipline sure sure please please hold hold basketball basketball it it was was it it was was a a great great actress actress Jaylen Jaylen Nowell Nowell scored scored seventeen seventeen points points Emily Emily Beasley Beasley pitched pitched in in sixteen sixteen on on five five second second half half three three pointers pointers the the warriors warriors actually actually lead lead until until Minnesota Minnesota outscored outscored them them forty forty nineteen nineteen over over the the final final sixteen sixteen minutes minutes curry curry was was given given the the night night off off to to rest rest his his injured injured hand hand Jordan Jordan Poole Poole scored scored twenty twenty points points and and Jonathan Jonathan commander commander had had nineteen nineteen for for the the warriors warriors who who played played again again without without dream dream on on green green and and lost lost for for the the fifth fifth time time in in seven seven games games I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Carli Lloyd Will Retire From U.S. Women’s Soccer Team

ESPN FC

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Carli Lloyd Will Retire From U.S. Women’s Soccer Team

"Carli lloyd no other way to say it. One of the greatest soccer players in american history announced her retirement yesterday. Now she is going to finish out the nwf sell season. And i believe she has four more friendlies scheduled in the fall for the us women but then that will be that just going through a bit of her resume. I mean it reads like a hall of fame plaque as you would expect hundred hundred twenty eight career international goals most women's national team history for the us She holds the team record for most olympic goals with ten third in team history for women's world cup goals also with ten Karl lloyd todd with me a ham for the most. Us women's national team hat tricks with eight of those metrics by the way occurred within sixteen minutes the first six minutes of the two thousand fifteen world cup final against japan It's as good of a sixteen minute stretches. I think any. Us soccer player has ever

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The MacKenzie Family Murders

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 1 year ago

The MacKenzie Family Murders

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"Isn't it a new building. Why didn't need to be fixed. It happens and the guy just walking wink very on those And while they're up at dinner at the top of the tower all. The staff is gushing about bonnie waiters and waitresses. Coming up asking for pictures and stuff still and they're trying to have a conversation it good be roll footage and it's just very rigid anti. You're not loving does he doesn't enjoy. It's like what's that building i don't know what about that funded by now and just like it's really gauging and then also alarm goes off and they freak out. Security guy runs up our advocate. You can tell us where superheroes it's like. Oh we got a bomb called in. So we i get everyone the building before it explodes even if it like even if not real. We don't know but we get them out. Just in case tiger remember elevates her and runs off is a key. You get everyone else out. I'll take care of the bomb off and sure enough. It's in the elevator and sure enough. There's a timer on it. Why do they do this. And seventeen minutes left on the timer before it explodes single. Exactly how high the stakes should be good visual for this media. Yeah some something's going to happen in about sixteen minutes know who the episode of land and we see bonnie leading evacuation ever not running downstairs cutback and we see tiger running back to him saying like that. Good everyone's out. There was a bomb in the elevator. We take care of and we see the hero tv crews like we gotta stay. This is high stakes strava. We ought to film a whole day. And i both know your citizens get the hell out. And it's like but the producer romans like. This is my job. I gotta do. I willing to die for it like no. Hey what if tiger just films it. Because he's not doing anything anyway because.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

"Ken coleman it's friday june loveth the psychological benefits of commuting to work what everybody seems to be loving their remote work. You know code was awful but so many people were like oh. I love working at home in my pajamas. It's so nice. I don't want to commute to work. Okay interesting is that true turns out. it's not true so in nineteen ninety. Four we're going going back in the way way back machine. Madison doesn't even know what nineteen ninety-four is joanne. I amanda do. How old was madison. In one thousand. Nine hundred four weren't even born. I thought so. Oh good i was right. I said that with a heavy dose of sarcasm not even realizing when she was born. Because it's too much math for me at this point and i was actually right. I was a sophomore in college. Yes she she was four. Oh nathan was for nathan. The director was for madison. Wasn't even board. Oh my gosh. I was a sophomore college. Joe had just become a senior citizen at that point. So no that's not true. How old were you one thousand. Nine hundred four joe. We want to think about it. See you can't even compute. Either you gotta take your shoes off. Method math is too hard nineteen ninety-four four and italian physicist name. Caesar ra marchetti by love. The italian names found that through history humans have shown a willingness to spend roughly sixty minutes a day and transit. That's pretty fascinating. They didn't even say it was desirable. He said that he found there was a willingness for people to spend sixty minutes a day in a commute. Now right now as we sit in two thousand twenty one the one way average for an american commute stands at about twenty seven minutes in two thousand one. Two researchers from university of california davis attempted to figure out the ideal commute time and they settled on sixteen minutes as the ideal commute time. I'm not gonna break down how they did that but they did all this research and ask people these questions and they came at that conclusion. But here's what's interesting as they begin to study people on this and ask them their opinion by which they arrived at while the ideal time. It'd be sixteen minutes. Here's what they derived was the benefit of a commute a feeling of control in once car. Let me tell you as parent of three. Sometimes it's getting in the car and shutting the door turning the damn thing on you go so i get that nathan. You've got young kids. Nathan smile and big right now. You get excited when you get in the carbon morning. Oh yeah. I know what you're talking about. He does. he's in the middle of it. Tell people hold your kids. Are there five three and two. Oh yeah my man gets in the car and he's just like You don't even have to turn any music onto calm. Yeah that's all right. That's our quiet place all right. So nathan's exhibit a of that. I won the feeling of control in one's own car. All right the time to plan you know the thinking time. I love the thinking. Time that i get behind the wheel of a car. The time to decompress again crazy in the morning for these three kids. It's nuts. I got three teenagers. Amandus kids it's nuts and you get in the car and it's time to decompress from all the crappy dealt with in the morning. i just got an amen. Praise hands from amanda back in the control. Room there to make calls. It's time of productivity. I love doing calls. I'm famous for making calls on my way into work. And i've gotten in trouble before 'cause i get lost in the call all right love making calls in the car coming and going. It's rare that i just didn't like sitting there staring through the window Those are good. Call time for me and then how about podcast. Hello thanks to all the podcast. Listeners of the. Ken coleman show. You're listening in the car. You're listening to audio books. It's a time of growth so time of control time to decompress time to be productive and time to grow so the researchers basically came out and said the commute has positive utility. Not surprised at all. But you know. I'm going to throw one more angle in here. I think it's a great time for transition. We were talking about being a parent with nathan in a man on this but in my time coming into the office. It allows me to switch from dad to teammate to leader. Whatever my role is. Because i don't wanna come into the office actually like that. That's not good. I mean madison. Punch me right in the adam's apple i start talking to her like i'm dealing with my kids telling her what to do why she needs to do it when she needs to do it. That's not gonna work. That approach works for. My kids does work with madison. So i don't want to come in as a dad. Now let's flip it on my way home the commute. I don't wanna walk into the off into the house and by the way let me just admit this. This has been a source of parental tension for me. So i'm gonna own this. I don't wanna walk into the house. In ken coleman show mode last thing my kids want for me is breaking down their day like i do folks giving them all these things i need to do. I didn't want that. Just want me to be dad or if your leader the last thing your family wants. Is you walk into the house acting like the manager so you need to transition. So that wasn't in the article. But i'm that's why i think comedians great. Hey if nothing else you transitioning from whatever mode you've been in personal mode when you're going in professional when you're going home you transition of that mode is wonderful for you and your family. So pretty interesting the psychological benefits of the commute. I love that. I think that's absolutely right. And i think here's what's going on. Think about if you're working from home all the time you have to be even more intentional to get the positive things that we just laid out in a commute if you like what you're hearing.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"Everyone since you you can also reach the link to her website down in our show notes. So let's jump into it today. We are going to be talking about the country bear jamboree which has historically been an attraction that we have hated on and had very strong opinions. About how this has been one. That's had a long time coming. But i can honestly say and i hope that it. It's my goal that for the listener. Who maybe felt the same way as us before. It's a snooze fez that you know fill in the blank whatever negative thing you might want to say about it. I'm a changed man. I dunno of your changed. Maybe you can hold off until the very end to tell us if you are a changed woman but i feel rejuvenated it and i wanna go watch the country. Bear jamboree right now. Which is something that i feel like. You don't often hear you know what i mean. People don't often walk into kingdom and say man. I can't wait to watch contributed jamboree today. I feel like people are either zero or one hundred on this. They either want to skip it every time. Or it's like you're wrote dropping country bear jamboree. Well that's probably pretty accurate though. Maybe we're going to make more fans a country bear jamboree today though of course our storytelling episodes. We always have to start with. Just a must know facts just to kind of set the groundwork for everything that we're going to talk about today so a few things that you need to know that. This attraction opened in magic kingdom with the opening of magic kingdom on october first. Nineteen seventy-one is typically the opposite of what we see. I feel like from us attractions. Usually it starts in california and then comes to florida this one. Interestingly enough started in florida and then eventually went to disneyland Been replaced with the many adventures of winnie. The pooh so. It didn't last too long over there but tokyo disneyland also has an identical theater and a show. We're going to jump more into that. Disneyland version briefly later on in the episode but it is important to note and kind of something to stick with you throughout here that made such a big impact especially when it opened magic kingdom that this was the first replica that went from magic kingdom to disneyland every other thing previously i had gone the opposite direction. So we'll talk about at the end of the job that paves the way for things like space mountain and other attractions that started in magic kingdom and then moved west. Yes and then the last thing to know about the country bear jamboree that this was one of the longest running stage shows attraction history meaning that the duration of the attraction is pretty significantly long so it still follows the carousel of progress. And the t birds but it originally ran at sixteen minutes long and then in two thousand and twelve it was shortened end to be just twelve minutes long. I'm surprised tiki. Birds is longer for some reason. I didn't think it.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"The five year deal healthy and giving us the security you know as we both know. Conrad knowing mick. I'm probably a little bit better than you do. Of course And i should have that role. But you know he's just He's a family guy. He truly is a family and he was looking for a longer terms more money guaranteed money but he may even big made seven figures year for us or offer the not sonographer three hundred essay. Apathetically hundred. remember what it was. I'm guessing somewhere around. Three hundred grand or something downside. Something like that. I'm guessing so don't quote on that when somebody will anyway But if you're making that all of a sudden now you're actually earning of north of a mill. That's pretty good deal. Yeah and we are word. You're going to make more money. You're got to stay healthy and sane and become as great as you wanna be and you're gonna make a whole lot more money and so wins like that helped me with guys like ray and some of these dudes look. We're gonna fish in a an environment where you can grow. We believe your star. We're gonna have to make a lot of money. But i can't guarantee you you're getting fade by turner let's Let's keep it rolling here and talk about canadian stampede. What a big show. That was mankind's on it is again working with hunter. Hearst helmsley the go to a double count out Thirteen minutes and fourteen seconds Jr gets a write up in the observer. Here jim ross had an unintentionally funny line when he said man conway two hundred eighty seven pounds to be exact and that's an estimate which i'll areas You know it's a great finish or a great open because it's a lot of hot action but It's it's a double count out. Hate to see sort of a non finish but this would go on to be one of the best pay per views of the year. Yeah and of course out of this pay per view. The story line. That austin does not wanna partner and keep stunning people. Mainly mankind trying to vie for the scott and the groundswell for mankind at this point as baby faces building and july fourteenth. We see the debut of the dude love character. What'd you think of the introduction of dude love loved. it loved it. He he made me feel good. Feel good care And i knew how much nichols have. Ac to tell he had he was was he was rejoicing and his creative happiness You know so. I thought it was great. I i i love. I love dude love. I think the dude look here one of my favorites quite frankly because the fine line separates cactus. Jack mankind's that a fine line some little nuances. Whatever ring attire. Whatever maybe subtle little things but love is a whole different trans transaction slack. Played this This oh hippie was always happy Like his smoke a big blunt where he got out there and and that would make no drugs. I don't know if i've ever seen nick drink alcohol. Quite frankly i can't recall it so But i i like dude. Love and the other thing may do so good The presentation was frigging great You know the music was perfect. Thought jen johnson. Some his best work. Yeah for that regard. He's guy guys often overlooked saint on different websites. Jim johnson should be w w hall of bank. Yeah he had a whole lot to do with the image created by Some of these stars with music. So i thought the music or dude with also spot on is a feel-good thing is feel good thing the only thing. You're kinda word about well. We'll we'll mick foley revert back to his natural habitat of ding. A deranged psycho. Was he gonna turn and breast bus dude. Love mold right enjoyed the characterisation a lot. My favorite going in. Because i think we should change it but that's shows my lack of vision. I thought that Mix been in the beginning. Cactus jack period because mark for cactus. Jack and the work that you did in that character but van. He was it it showed his versatility. I didn't give up credit. I guess but he he created he may something brand new out of play and And again conrad he delivered. It came through how. How much was Vince into this game. We've seen footage For negras allowed the documentary crew backstage. We've seen footage events attempting to teat teach mic the type of strut. He wanted him to have and it just feels like were. Maybe vince has to have the cactus jack character explain to him he gets to love. Yeah well he. This is more most investment dude. Love that he was in cactus jack because dude love message creation right and he took full ownership this creation and therefore the beneficiary was bic. And the chance so vessels a lot a lot quite frankly he enjoyed who cackling lab Those deals like bruce lee. Yeah But i i love the. I love the fact that we we converted mcmahon the foley little the little foley team ghana converted mcmahon. That little team. There are two of. Let's keep it rolling here and talk about the next big match of course sits summer slam now seven And mix trajectory changes in many different ways i were starting the show with van conjure triplets in the old blue cage and boy. There is a major moment here in the middle of it. Sixteen minutes and twenty five seconds but very quickly we see. China slammed the door on mankind's head but lord this is serious watching that that shot back is that one of the more painful things we would see mic. Do ninety seven. Yeah any any is core. S brain was.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Woken move movie other reviews dot net is your host fee non black. I'm joined by a row. And we're doing i guess would probably be for a ladder critics. Their i return to theaters for screening. Possibly having to buy it. Was it a quiet place either. Acquire place fast. Nine from what i'm seeing now and i guess it not for me vaccinated and not not for me right now. I'm good like we'll see how this goes over the summer. But until then we're here to talk about disney's next live action. Film attempt crew starring the emma's. Why didn't he just call this shit. But i know we have emma. Why didn't you just call stop it and just just stop it stop. It could have called it. There's nothing could avert emma. Emma would have been great title for this movie. Like i know disney live action. Loves them some emma thompson but now they also have emma stone on the ross. There's never reason not to love him thompson. It's going to let her be have. Give us a baby. Emma thomson emma. Stone's i agree i'm just saying i feel like. Mvm would have been a great taito for this movie since. That's exactly what it is. It's doubles devil. Wears product beats emma devil wears prada meets mannequin on crack and it makes sense because they got one of the stories by like the writer of devil wears prada one of the writers so it makes sense the way that this fashioned seventies punk rock world works in this film. Okay okay. I want to know what is your opinion of. Crew ella the film or the care. Yes the film. I don't know why she doesn't like dalmatian. Still after two hours and sixteen minutes. I still don't but that doesn't have anything. It's an origin story right like. That's a major point of one hundred went down nation. It's an origin story. Why does.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty

The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty

"What's going in w we was happening in these gate stuck into the mind netted place resume and evacuations name and dog molded that everybody was some persons that i mean creators that creating resume any money in the bank. That's why was these. What do they say about that. Maim could doesn't what was the mean. Goodness coming into the reality. Coming into fagin. Everything seems to be a matter and evolving swimming. A backlash at was holstead. On ringling sandra in tampa florida is a sixteen event. Back west knowledge. His pepper root thunderdome for the center. Doing the cobra. Non-dependent me following a full month residency tropic failed in Florida and say the turkey on backlash autism position as opposed to estimate pay-per-view as diane was known for the ninety nine thousand nine hundred two thousand nine. It was in turn named wrestlemainia backlash. But i just. I'm not interested. This wrestlemania back lesean I was expecting who renamed it. S reckless the Give toss like. I think it's definitely not. I don't know why. I don't know. But i just say that i the mattress the seven matches was first of all Who goes schimmel has blade. An open caught a open challenge for the. Us tiger kickoff match was an auburn met. Talented matt's the rico. Shake came in phase shameless on. I know that semblance defeated ricochet razor. Everybody cushy prayed. Greg would matter what i say. That shit gouda ladders ism as would power who placements but maintained that. He deserves to win the us champion. But but i don't know why he lost shameless. The next month is play was sky in charlotte fact. This is a triple that much riddle women's championship charlotte has a mindset reliably and as oscar but the champion steelers champion and. He brought so many times because he had defeated off in nasa minia and after charlotte that game and his own mind. What happening used in charlotte. I see charlotte's neo. Look something. I say that. I'm not impressed. Shallows new rickles just looking at asked us about our old look balanced was something. It could the near look confused. What is it doing what he's she doing. Saudi what is she doing. And a new low guy was completely honestly to say that i was completely comfy. That what he's doing and Finally ripley wins. And if we're talking what very and dominik mysterio was. This dog live all this. Is that tag team match with the deputies magnum championship match. If i talk about this match dismantles the greatest missouri in the history of wb and finally father and son makes history for the smackdown tag team champion and rayan dominique completely. Adamant that this this on acting should be a history of moment after that. I was appreciated while his father and songs tactic On regulations to ramos dominic matteo bodies liberty newly. They re smackdown tag team championship. Time when sixteen minutes fifty eight seconds and i was happy and i will put to sea ray. And sawn dominic a negative state dominic they re k. you his faust championship Has attacked him. She also says Deputy recap we go stormy w we carry will start. He's what i seen started because i see dominate ghana charred and my title. Because see that you will. He was on. Wbz since two thousand four five and see the magic stadium was eddie. Guerrero sounds custody match. After that mysterio caught his sons as father custody and gotta was paying washing raise funds. That eddie go. He's only after that long. That always father stadio and son was getting so many confused. What funds low love. You say that the chemistry between these father career in two thousand four dollars leave awesome. And i love legend sulaiman studio and a beagle and i miss eddie guerrero. Because his wrassling he's cheating everybody loves it but to las vegas and all of the time as it every day we added a w. There's the maintain tools that and i was expecting that i should bring back the and eagles. Lucy debuted podcast. So i will talk to be later. Because i talked to spend war best friend the professional avenues i just. I don't know whether they had the friendship in a best friend. Legacy the next match. That damning priest was the meets. We john martha lumberjack. Mets festival. I talking about taming. Priest says the meats this lumberjack match. It was completely image shocking lumberjack match. Because i see that zone. The mismatch was gonna shocking. What's happening zombies in. W we what the hell is going on. That's only they we. And after that i just.

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Bogdanovic Scores 22 As Jazz Top Thunder 109-93

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Bogdanovic Scores 22 As Jazz Top Thunder 109-93

"Boy about Donovan scored twenty two points in the jazz age closer to the top seed in the west by whipping the founder one oh nine ninety three Jordan Clarkson scored eighteen points Rudy go bear had sixteen with eighteen rebounds in Utah's first win in three games go bear had nine points and eleven rebounds for the jazz built a sixty one forty seven lead at intermission all star guard Mike Conley chipped in ten points in sixteen minutes as he returned after missing nine games with a right hamstring injury you talking clinch the top seed with a win at Sacramento on Sunday or a loss by Phoenix against San Antonio either Saturday or Sunday I'm the ferry

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Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars

The $100 MBA Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars

"Laura things a lot of people talk about is hell painful. It is to run a webinar and not make as many sales as you actually anticipate or hope to. I've learned the hard way time and time again. And tweak my saleswoman a presentation over and over to find out what really works and today i'm just gonna give it to you. I'm gonna give you the three things that if you do today in your next sales webinar. It's going to change your results. It's going to help you get more sales. This is what i found in my own experience. So let's jump right into it. The first tip is many of us when we run a sales webinar. We have the format of doing some sort of workshop training or coaching followed up with a demo or presentation or sales pitch of our product and then we have cuny. The problem is is that too many of us will say the women are sixteen minutes. We will maybe teach for forty five minutes get into our demo and pitch and because we don't have much time left to answer a few questions and we may even go over time and the webinar about an hour and fifteen minutes in this defeats. The purpose of a saleswoman are. The whole point of this was webinars to make sales. Okay so it needs to be your top priority. And i been guilty of this many times. And i actually didn't learn what i was doing wrong until i actually started asking feedback from people that attended my weber my My co hosts. If i did a partner webinar and they were just awesome. He told me that. Neil going to longer babies to content heavy and that was my fault because i come from teaching background. I just wanna give give give and teach teach teach. But i'm actually doing my customers a disservice because i'm not giving them enough time to learn about the product of the solution. That's gonna really help them and give them chances to ask questions about it. So what i found. Is that if you're going to run a sixty minute webinar. I find that the best breakdown is twenty five. Twenty fifteen now. This may feel a little bit uncomfortable but trust me twenty five minutes of content of workshop. This includes your introduction your backstory all that kind of stuff and given them great information

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

"There's a lot of things that you tackle in this book. It's not just about dads talking to their son's spouses and their families and their you know their kids talking about it so your kids are young. What are some of the ways. You're incorporating what you've discovered when writing this book with your family. Well you know. It's a journey read. The book itself was a journey. Fatherhood is a journey. Being a man as being a humid is a journey. Right on things are so you know. I'm i always say. I'm learning in real time. And so i was reading the book. I was having revelations that i was seeing things myself. And i was experiencing the dad guilt being present far away the pandemic and i was writing and i was in the other room and the kids were trying to get in and i was like. Why am i doing that missing time. But by kids I was met with resistance of you. Know being connected to phone and email and texting social media and time the best takes away From my children and all of these things are happening in real time and and because of that. I'm not sitting here as an expert. And telling you that. I have the answers and the solutions that i can tell you that half the battle is being aware of the issue. If you're aware of the issue then you can take stock account every time that you go ahead and you repeat behavior that maybe isn't the type of behavior you wanna be demonstrating or showing your children or something that you might regret later on. So what i'm doing is being aware and then I'm trying to be as compassionate with myself as possible. Instead of beating the crap out of myself which i have a tendency to do you know i didn't spend any time with my kids So what i need to do then at the end of the day is forgive myself so you know what i can do better tomorrow. I'm going to forgive myself. Have some capacity myself and then move on. You know jay shedding talks about that and his book think like a mock And i just it's important for all of us to be on a real learning in real time journey and everything wrong side of something because let's throw something at us. Our kids are gonna throw something at us that we least that we don't expect and we're gonna have to pivot and And so that's kind of what i'm doing right now. Man i'm just sucking the fact that i'm flawed and imperfect doing my best to be present when i'm with them Trying to spend real sincere time When i'm with my kids sixteen minutes. I want them to be. I wanna be fully present those fifteen minutes. I wanna make sure that. I'm there and you know what stay on that.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

On the Road with Mickey

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

"First time she ever been to hollywood studios epcot and so it was. It was a lot for her to be able to share that with her. Yeah yeah it was really cool wasn't itself. It was amazing. And you know what you're right. It was kind of centered around me. But i'm not complaining though because it's an honor to be able to do that and share that with her. yeah that and it also it It it's neat to be able to look at the parks in a different perspective because because because of my mom's agent and her health she's not able to. She has no desire to do any roller coasters. She has no desire to do the thrill rides. She wants to do the slow stuff and things like that so for me. You know that was like you know we were doing this. The slower things. You know the things that everyone enjoys And the stuff in we were able to focus a lot more on those on those things more so than. I think we normally would have you know like. I don't like our episode last week with a hidden magic. On how some of these things that that are hidden magic you just zoom by you. Don't even notice them on your rate trying. You're seven or whatever all while we had we had that happen to us Sophie went on with jagan and with sheila with randy and they went to go. Ride the the thing thing behind that use. The slinky dog dash and we were like well. We'll catch up with you. 'cause my mom didn't want to do the roller coaster and so We went and we decided to go. Check out one mainstream. Oh my gosh. We hadn't been there cindy. i hadn't been there in years. You know you left. You had to have a bunch of kleenex. Yeah i'll to the point that we didn't realize that the movie was sixteen minutes long and we didn't realize that the to my memory. Anyway the seating for the movie was benches. now it's theater seats l. Which is option. And i think it was benches before i might be wrong on that but i always remember it And also Added stuff to museum part. That's related to pandora in related to galaxy's edge in related to toy story lines and stuff like that and i'm really like these incredible models cups really cool. You know so. He has his office. I just sit there and just visualize him. Yeah but what was really neat was we were. We were looking at the video of him in the backyard. Railroad and this lady was looking at it and she was just mesmerized by a stranger. Just two guests that we came across and we started talking with her and And she had. She didn't realize that he had the railroad in his backyard. And all that. So salt brand new tour. Yeah and we started talking about. Walt's barn out by griffith park and how How a lot of that stuff is there now and and things like that so it was really kinda cool..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"Because g jack mc says that rory came to his house and left a threatening letter but as you might imagine. Dj academics has at least a ring ring monitor on his buck and doorbell. So so out. Imagine i do get into enough shit. He's got something to protect them. Yes and so he. So i'm on to hem. Saw him on camera leaving is threatening message with which by the way everybody everybody on this podcast in the sound of my voice has been stupid. It's possible to be stupid to get so mad that you behave stupidly that you make threats to people that you young kid i mean younger younger still still still still in the act like like an idiot phase but and he's also trying to show off sure and be he just got money for the first time he's just behaving like a little gangster. Whatever but that and dj academics takes real exception to it and proceeds to ruin engagement to his fiancee. So i'll give juicing this now a he makes jack that makes. I know i know of so. He's like this like kinda softer than baby shit. Chubby dude they used to do a show with joe biden on on on youtube. This dude. yeah yeah. And he's like a like a twitch guy he's cried on twitch and like he's got punked by like dudes you're the first video hit of his. Why doesn't hip hop respect. Dj academics owned by freddie gibbs right. Yeah yeah sorry. Go ahead from gary indiana. He's no joke. he's gonna beat the shit out academic. I mean academics rides very strange line video game guide. That happens to like have poland hip hop. That's what it seems like me. You know what tom. Here's the thing and we've seen this with the with the dj academic good. I don't know. I keep saying his full fucking name. So this is like a government name the okay so academics is why i need to know what his job is before every time i say his name. He's silver silversmith. Okay got it. So is he's not. He's tied with takashi and last night took last night. eric. And i were watching it takashi. Video eric said dan. This is going to get killed. And i said you know what i bet. He did the math and he said i could either be could work at data really really have like a fairly unlit life and die as sixty three or i could be in this music video with all these girls and die from a gunshot wound at thirty eight. You know what i mean. I'll do it. And i think it's too many people watching that do to. That's true but i think dj mixes too. God damn it. I think academics is in the same. The kaci six nine. I think i think he's in the same space where the white guys discussing rap music. Yeah for sure. But i think he's in the same space where he did the math and he goes. You know what. I'm soft as they come and this is going to catch up but this is my opportunity to make a few mill. And if i make it out under the wire it's like it's like a gangster mentality most gangsters that i know. I do not think that they're going the distance. Do you put their academics thing is like he doesn't like people kind of take pity on him. Do in a way that like if someone gets like a fair clean shot at six nine. They're not gonna hesitate. Blake colleague back. He's like this like fucking fat. Lose into basement. Like that's what i mean. That's the vibe. I get from people that are like joe button could had wanted to fight the guy kinder's show instead they just do we own like he's not even worth the ride ignore him. That's true and it's like cena's gauche to like be the young picking on somebody come on. And how are you pick on this guy so so this. I'll buy this up real quick. He's threatening when he sees that roy came to his house. He's like oh. I act also gets now. He's my friend. Just call them now now at aca pretty hand has had her all that they can spare for pat. Act like he he. He's he's like go. Have a conversation with your fiance tonight. Because another goddamn thing to you. And i'm going She's gonna walk out the goddamn door no questions asked. Don't make me do it. And then he's drinking more drinking more and then he lets know. Basically this guy's mistress isn't isn't the most faithful mistresses and was over ackhouse and it That's the that's what academics alleges. And it looks like rory's relationship is falling apart okay. Nobody's business more but that might put a stress on things. But what seems clear is that rory is not happy with his workplace environment and there is some discrepancy about where the patriot money's going. It seems right Start they just lost the patriots right and they're on spotify. Oh how they left big spotify deal. That's their back on like on their regular podcast things interesting okay and then move big move and they can make it work but everybody has to teamwork's bit makes the dream work you know. So then. then they've got to a mall was joe's friend. Not roy's friend takes rory side and in solidarity. Neither of them were on the show this week. So that's big. It's big. Tom and we just spent sixteen minutes. Explain it it. it's our audience. I think we we owe the audience straight hardcore from here out. Yeah probably shoora. Let's let's focus guy that's crazy okay. Shout out to everybody who stuck with us guys doing hardcore questions. We're just gonna talk about heart. So how are we equivalent. How what's the equivalent of this like you know to him and i don't know something happens. You'll you know what more australia. Oh shit about my game you boy like. You're not doing anything. It's not and since someone like on twitch but if you actually did stuff and then like bob's like yeah you know what that was kinda file he leaves next week. I show up on the podcasts. And it's may and like nobody area. Wilson grind strike. Oh man what's the other the white guy that doesn't show his face park parks. So here's the podcast. Bob steps out in solidarity with me. We have to renegotiate the terms of our contracts together. And in the meantime to keep the energy and momentum. Going you do podcast with eric. Wilson doing his pallbearer impression the entire time. Oh i you just mentioned. He walks around the house multiple times a week. Going squatters rights. I'll give you a right a left and punk on the head. And he's just. He does the pallbearer dialogue. So let me get outta queens papajohns. Joe biden has about a lot. Oh will tom good point. We'll we'll take that into beginning now. Yeah okay we're just talking about hardcore today guys the questions. We're we're doing questions about hardcore of the variety that are fun and not too heavy but but cool. What do you want you want. Let me give you a direct one. Who's the best hardcore band from michigan..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Well, I don't know. I'm all fucked. I figure it out. Yep. You might do it by one. Yeah, as long as you tell me about region because like you said Windows like I don't know how to dispel window. So just yell at Region while we're here. We'll make it work Yeah scratch that we're going to do it by region know if I can hear back. Okay. All right. So the first thing here we want to talk about is Isaiah Jackson declaring for the draft. So I say Jackson has decided to declare for the draft but test the waters first and over at the athletic. Kyle Tucker said he wants to be a lottery pick. I believe he tweeted that Goodman his said he has not closed or regarding returning to college. I'm intrigued by this like is one of those weird situations where when you talk to people outside of Kentucky throughout the year. They were like, oh, yeah, I'm sure Isaiah is going to go but then when you talk to people inside of Kentucky, it was more that they were not convinced that that was the case so that this kind of falls into wage Them not being convinced that this is not the case. I will be very intrigued to see what Isaiah Jackson does like this was a I don't want to say it's like a full-on curve ball. There was a bit of surprise wasn't it? I thought it was like a changeup. I think yeah because we've we've talked about it and he started off. Well, we kind of threw him in the mock really early on and then kind of returned back to the middle school. I played sixteen minutes against Notre Dame paid fifteen minutes against North Carolina. This is back in December and then he popped back up toward the end of the year six of his last seven games were in double figures. He looked I mean, he's always athletic but I'm talking more shots running the floor a little bit more there's different mock drafts that have them in that like 20 range. So I wasn't surprised that he declared and said to test the waters. I don't know if I'd say, he's a lottery walk. That would be a little bit bold for me for my taste, but it'd be hard pressed to say he's going to get out of the twenties. I don't think I'm going crazy. There be my only hesitation with him is dead. He was over to from 3 and positionally I mean, where do you put him the just athletic for that runs around and defense multiple spots of these a five can eat? Oh, no. Yes. Suck drive has to be a 5/3 then then if we're going to stretch the form be fine, then he he's got his shoot some trees and be able to hit some shots and we just seen enough of that yet. Well, here's the thing though. Like if he's for like he has to shoot, he's five you can at least run. It was like a rim Runner right? I mean if he's for then you when he really has to shoot and that gets a bit concerning to me..

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Detroit Pistons will sit Blake Griffin while team considers trade, buyout

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Detroit Pistons will sit Blake Griffin while team considers trade, buyout

"Watson routes give espn dot com has reported that not only. Is andre drummond. Kind of getting shut down for this whole trade talk discussion but also his former detroit. Pistons teammate blake griffin. It sounds like we'll be held out of the lineup. Until they can sort of figure out what his next move is is there a trade available for blake griffin or does this have to be a very extensive buyout situation where you know blazing to give some money out to get his freedom to go play for a good team. How do you resolve. This blake griffin situation. And why are they going to shut him down. I mean he's been very rough. So far this season i think a lot of people have noticed that he hasn't had a single dunk all year. Which just seems incomprehensible for the player. He was earlier in his career. He's basically a three point line. Two three point line Shooter at this point if you wanna put it that way in terms of his impact Is there a way out for detroit. Here or what are they doing man the blake griffin situation is is pretty rough Yeah he just hasn't had a very good season not moving. While he's only thirty one which is like hard to believe. Honestly i you just look at them and you think that. He's like in his late thirties. Ve how long he's been in our like our collective conscience and how great he used to be You would like to think that he could have an impact a positive impact on a championship contender. I don't know if that's possible anymore. Especially when he's not hitting the three ball and he's not hitting the three ball even though he takes a bunch of them so i don't know man like it will be. It'll be really interesting if they do. Waive him even though like. I don't have the limit. I'm trying to find the contract numbers. I know he's still oh quite a bit of money. So that's gonna be really interested this year. It's thirty six point five next year. He's got a player option for thirty eight point nine. Oh so you're not gonna get anything close to that this summer. So the buyouts to have to kind of reflect that if they did kind of pursue that direction mean maybe. They're just trying to hope that they can construct a trade to dump him onto someone else's someone else eats that money next year. I don't know how you really get out of that. I mean it could be a situation where they've just decided look man like your body's not they're just take some time and hope that you can kind of get into a better spot but mean it does kind of look unsalvageable for him at this point you know and i hate to say that because there were times for derrick rose where looked unsalvageable to and he's come back to make himself like a valuable role player in certain situation You know is there. A role for a blake griffin lake career bench renaissance where he follows the carmelo anthony model right and he's only play in like sixteen minutes a game and he gives you good sixteen eighteen minutes and that's it Could that be like a second chapter for him. I don't know. But i think this idea of him as fulltime starter. Impact guy or major contributor is is basically done.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on She Podcasts

"The best trainers new workouts added every week now with time to walk and audio walking experience. That's yeah it is cool. It's extremely first of all. Just the shows the first of all just the trainers and the courses are cool. I don't know the trainers but the classes are cool. I mean shawn mendez is going to be talking with you for sixteen minutes. Sure and then i zero. Hey i'm up for walking dolly parton. It's all who wouldn't who wouldn't i mean. Yeah that audio. It's totally do it. This alone would actually make me wanna buy it. What it doesn't make me wanna buy an apple watch. I love my apple. Watch so much. Though i don't i don't and actually it's only for fitness that i would buy it but then this seems really interesting because just the conversation i think the concept of it. And it's like you know. I don't want to talk about this for too long. Meaning 'cause i'm gonna mentioned clubhouse here but one of the ways. That i mentioned that i wanted to use clubhouse was to do like walk with elsie where i would just going to clubhouse and say come walk with me and we would just walk the walk and we would talk because what i have found is and i saw an article the other day justin i. I was really really like sort of panicked disappointed. Scared at the same time about the fact that this pandemic has caused the majority of us to even even those of us who are in quote a little bit more fit to really lose our ability to move in the world as an enormously meeting. We don't have to get in and out of the car. We don't have to reach into the back seat. We don't have to like walk down to the in the grocery store. We don't have to randomly go up and down stairs. We don't have to do all the basic nor like picking up your heavy bag pudding. I wear backpacks all the time. I don't have to wear a backpack anymore. I used to wear that all the time. And all of those little movements in the day. Make your body stay healthy in some way even if it's not about working out and because of the pandemic now we have like literally zero every day mobility for your body. You're not doing much of anything at all. And so it is so hard for us. To walk with elsie as well. I think that'd be so fun. In fact i was thinking about whether or not i would do it..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Your. You're talking about about her semi her and a woman and reading all issues grimy to earn fullest grain. Other way around it man this around the quick service though. Sometimes i wanna be loved grabby like now. Check this out. And let's i. I've been around for a long long. I know you got more mean. You've been double particularly. I've been in twice and restrict girl. You know one of one of my friends that. I had to jump as tom. A and i still got love for you right most beautifullest girl in the world bank and not because we live together and she would hate and we have arguments and then i leave and i tell you right now if you've got a girlfriend that's how serious and you're having an argument. Never leave where we hold on. Hold on hold on. Can you highlight came. You highlight this moment. One hour sixteen minutes in fame. She was you in a serious relationship with a woman. And y'all have an argument. Never leave since and deal with it because when you talking about leaving a elevates it to a whole 'nother level i hope so so washes right. Now i'm going to say no names. We'll go ahead. You know we sit. Novi argon have a serious serious arguments. I'm driving cause you ain't driving rain. I'm driving i smoked. Chris barron reality type o. Oh shit globular. Because boxing. And i'm fuck you listen to the biggest role in the world when i wanna be hitting. You can't touch mayweather boom. Oh so she took my finger and bit them. Fuck single mike. Tyson shit like mike tyson for radio. Big bite balk in my ear and they and they made sure could iran holyfield's ear sit that might tasted..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Your. You're talking about about her semi her and a woman and reading all issues grimy to earn fullest grain. Other way around it man this around the quick service though. Sometimes i wanna be loved grabby like now. Check this out. And let's i. I've been around for a long long. I know you got more mean. You've been double particularly. I've been in twice and restrict girl. You know one of one of my friends that. I had to jump as tom. A and i still got love for you right most beautifullest girl in the world bank and not because we live together and she would hate and we have arguments and then i leave and i tell you right now if you've got a girlfriend that's how serious and you're having an argument. Never leave where we hold on. Hold on hold on. Can you highlight came. You highlight this moment. One hour sixteen minutes in fame. She was you in a serious relationship with a woman. And y'all have an argument. Never leave since and deal with it because when you talking about leaving a elevates it to a whole 'nother level i hope so so washes right. Now i'm going to say no names. We'll go ahead. You know we sit. Novi argon have a serious serious arguments. I'm driving cause you ain't driving rain. I'm driving i smoked. Chris barron reality type o. Oh shit globular. Because boxing. And i'm fuck you listen to the biggest role in the world when i wanna be hitting. You can't touch mayweather boom. Oh so she took my finger and bit them. Fuck single mike. Tyson shit like mike tyson for radio. Big bite balk in my ear and they and they made sure could iran holyfield's ear sit that might tasted..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Face Radio

"Much for coming through lit blue strike so do is that turntable bump up so we just restarted zinzi. Kid can blue both stike pose. The day laxmi seafood. Mattie does were those days bob too bad readings. Dj frankie deluxe chicken in from germany did to have you. You're tuned into follow. Your bliss with monday blue rackham for about sixteen minutes on the face. Radio we're going to keep the party going right here on. Twitch dot tv anna. Chris is so good to see you. Chris annabel dope people. Dj dope producer. Make sure you follow him. An afro kinetic every sunday five pm right here on twitch he and opie miller kill. It is beautiful vibrations. I'll be there this sunday. Chris all right if you know the choreography. I.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

Two Moms Day Drinking

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

"Kids probably shouldn't watch the never ending story by the way. Take it from a lifelong hand-wringing teeth. Gnashing certified anxious person who did watch the neverending story as a kid. Just take my word on this fun and enjoy not sending your tweens therapy when a field trip to a dude ranch leaves her in a six week existential cesspit. You are welcome anyhow. I was thinking as i drifted to a gentle stop through my buggy and park and collapsed against the to firm driver's seat lumbar nightmare. Like the pile of mushy tension. I was an actually. Let the calming familiarity of his emphatic. Instrumented pino man cover wash over me embracing it for what it was as i stopped doggy. Paddling against the inevitability of at all accepted the untenable fact that i had been on hold for sixteen minutes and thirty three obnoxious godforsaken seconds from upper peach street in erie to this most perfect of little. Pull off spots just outside of watts. Berg and that there was no end in sight that i was going to be late getting the girls because my brain was sludge by that point and i could no longer tolerate the sound of hold music and the relentless pounding of oncoming car oncoming car flash of high beams because someone assumes you're refusing to dim your own oncoming car inexplicable man on a bike in january on your sixth mile of uninhabited highway. In a windbreaker that i was going to sleep at best a grand total of three and a half hours before being hog tied like dracula and drug into the unholy predawn conscious awareness of yet. Another day i just said goodbye to a man who spent his adult life trying to iron out the kinks in his own childhood trauma to divorce the rigid metal ribs of distinct and convoluted slinky's between two issues. He internalized watched his parents struggle with them and his own one thing he said stands out to me not in the warm hug of some enlightening epiphany would that it were so clear or soothing or simple rather it glares at me like the endless parade of undimmed headlights on country roads. That forgive the hell out of me. But i think might be to social crisis. We've all been letting go unchallenged. way way too long. i find that when i'm president with my son. This person said after describing the frustration that has followed that terrible moment when a child realizes they can ruin your whole day with the right kind of wiggle. When you're trying to change their decayed diaper. He stops trying to get away. I find it so confronting. I think because it is for me as a mother. One of the most inconvenient truths about parenting. I will ever face. I have to actually disconnect from the world and just parent if i want parenting to be easy but most days for the past year but for what actually sometimes feels like as long as time itself. I am lucky to conjure the cognitive energy and compulsion toward self-preservation required to wash the world off me at the ends of them to consistently accomplish nothing at all other than grooming myself and appearing functional would be an improvement from where. I have been at certain points this past year. But then the person on the other end of the line clicks back into my world and a wake at that perfect perfect little. Pull off spot just outside watts. Berg and together we conclude that things are not going to go on my way. This time i find that just that little break. Four minutes and twenty seven seconds according to the call timer on the steadfast backlit screen of what's like the closest electronic companion on this earth. A fact perhaps more telling than any other when it comes to a well rounded understanding. Why am i if you sniff sniff. Cy repetitions hyper oxygenated. The attitude right out of me are all taken to install my big girl pants and send back on my morose more times. I'm able to force myself to remember that the easier it is bound to become..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

Two Moms Day Drinking

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

"Sixteen minutes and thirty three seconds. I've been a difficult customer this week. I've gotten frustrated on the phone with people from whom i've found it difficult to exercise their job or rather their employer if a company has kept me waiting or failed to show even the slightest amount of concern for the inconvenience. My last nerve has officially frayed. That company is now dangling like skywalker with one hand and one stub precariously from the dingle berry of the universe. I am not proud of the amount of patients. I lost this week with people who are just people. Same as i am people. I've had a couple of people lose their patients with me as well come to think of it. When does not equate flat. me with. Customer service intuitively. It is a facet of the job. You come to realize just a bit too late once. The tax forms are filled in and the direct deposits are setup and everything's just beginning to sink in the gravity of the commitment. You've just made not to mention the sheer number of social interactions. You've just signed up to experience every single day and it's okay at work for the most part. I'm fine with it. I had a long conversation with someone else the other day someone who struggles likewise with social interactions outside the house anxiety and a tendency to percent rate which is different from ruminating in that during ruminations. Something is accomplished whereas with precipitation you just keeps bidding the same soggy straw up from your guts and rolling it around in your mouth for a while before swallowing it again. Structurally unchanged from the last time. You worked it up and the time before that and the time before that time before it was. I suppose a sort of airing of grievances a month too late. I'm always relieved to hear that someone else's feelings same pressure as i am i'm given to relentless bouts of shadow boxing myself. Maybe it's not as bad as making it out to be anyhow. Maybe i'm just reading too much into it ono. She gets it to somehow. I maintain this delusional. Hope that i will one day attain the nirvana of complete social ignorance. I've been told by people that i'm unnerving to be around. Because i can hear the tones of their voices. Humans have evolved. It would seem to bottleneck all the subconscious awareness channel it into the content of their speech. Not the tone in which it's delivered because humans have also evolved. It would seem to be as deaf to the nuances in their daily interactions. As an eighty year. Old metalhead grandpa. I can see the little quirks and mannerisms that happen automatically magically taking up less than zero percent of persons conscious bandwidth. I'm not saying i'm special. Actually tuning into people isn't a superpower reserved for the highly savant idiot. Every single one of us has the capacity to develop it just as we would any other muscle or skill or habit you too could feel the texture of a voice for better or worse as it's tucked into your ear by gentle. Whisper or vomited at you across a four way intersection. It's knowing how to shut it off to me that may as well be some unholy alchemy of the highest order like algebra and the sports balls is someone who has shed much of the internalized expectation that i control what my face does. When you talk to me. It can be exhausting to try and shove myself into a little box. Behaviorally a narrow spectrum of appropriate reactions responses and initiations having worked in customer service. Try very hard to shove myself directly into that very box and keep all of my feelings to myself. In that context. I have not succeeded this week. I have also done ridiculous things. I have forgotten my idea for things. I knew absolutely that. I would need my. Id for even after having been reminded to bring my. Id with me to the thing that you cannot do without it. I promise that was neither exciting nor titillating. It was painful if that does anything for you. I have made appointments that. I have neglected to keep on more than one occasion simply because i forgot and i know that i'm fortunate to have the problem. I'm about to unburden myself. Up to you dear reader but i am utterly utterly burned out from the amount of work available to me in so many ways right now. Our world feels like an extended exercise in east or famine. All or nothing black or white for those of us. In america those existential conflicts are amplified deafening as those among us who have never been patriotic. Our lives have wept it images of people with whom we share a common resource one would assume a common goal of needs. Only the absence of antagonists to thrive and flourish desecrate ding are philosophical brains of told us for three decades hold one iota of actual significance other than that with which we choose to infuse it latent patriotism activated by coming as close as anyone has to actual domestic terrorism in generations is jarring in inconvenient little monster to be expected to grapple with at this time and place in the world and yet here we are sure. Life doesn't even matter at this point. Just stack it on top of the homeschooling and the looming. Threat of an unstoppable viral menace in the seething personal anguish over whether i'm making progress or sinking like our tax benevolent sin. Lewis our tax for god's sake in a swamp of freaking sadness..

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Tracking the Trends: AI, WebRTC, Crypto, and Full Stack Startups

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08:34 min | 2 years ago

Tracking the Trends: AI, WebRTC, Crypto, and Full Stack Startups

"Today's episode is a conversation about four big trends in the tech world. Any one of these trends would be notable on its own, but we cover all four in this hallway style chat as a sixteen z general partner Chris and talks with Sept. Campfire professor of media, arts, and sciences at MIT, and now co founder of cryptocurrency platforms, Selo and Eli Gill an investor in the CO founder of Health Technology, company color genomics, and formerly at twitter and Google. This is a wide ranging survey of some of the major shifts in technology right now but it's really a Meta story of how innovation happens, which is most definitely not in a straight line. So here, the translate cover Crypto, of course, a and machine learning including GP three. You can also listen to our explainer episode on what type and what's real there on our show sixteen minutes full stack startups, which Chris I wrote about in two thousand, Fourteen and collaborative web collaborative enterprise social including RTC or real time communication within the browser, which is where the conversation begins the first voice. You'll hear his Chris followed by talking about Web RTC and then set wants the conversation turns to Crypto. So it's a lot I. You and I have been talking about this in a negative excited about it. This kind of this feeling that there's a new stack of web infrastructure things like video audio. Collaborative Video Nadia rather who's having infrastructure now that it works in a way that it hadn't in the past and that's a mocking a whole new way of interesting applications people are always looking for the next platform and what the next big platform shift is and I think I kind of May have snuck up on all of us in the form of Web RTC Web Gio and then related. API. Companies providing sound or other things that have been built on top of by. Many other companies and I think the shifted substantiate itself in two different ways and almost call it the collaborative web and then separately the collaborative enterprise and if you look back ten years, people kept talking about during the first social way everybody talking about how there's going to be a social enterprise and how every SASS product was going to be more social and collaborative in that largely failed and it feels like that shift is finally happening in part due to things like what? You see fig for example, is the first really strong example of a Web jail enabled application along you to collaborate in real time with other people. In parallel with RTC is really allowing for really interesting concurrent sessions around video and tell you starting to see that in terms of a lot of products being built around virtual office rooms, virtual conference rooms, and I really do think this is the moment where collaboration is finally being built into the enterprise world and enterprise products, and then in parallel Web Jalen. Web RTC really seem to be enabling really interesting social experiments right now in terms of new social products, you have really amazing video and audio quality. So the time lag has gone who can do things that clubhouse. There's lots of interesting video experimentation. So you can see almost like degraded forms of your other things happening in browser or so I think now is a really exciting time of innovation around this new webstock. Point sneaking up on us, we've obviously had the ability to have conference calls group audio for decades. Right. But like a club house fact that there's so low latency and you've got like the visual representation of the room means that to me it's like if you remember the old days in the conference calls, Hey, always have people talking over each other partly because of whatever thrown is remarkable how the conversation switches from person to person. The latency I mean we both houses. This was zoom right like the fact that he doesn't stutter. The fact that very rarely does. It somehow Kinda Crossover. This point of good enough where finally hitting the point our in terms of video quality and the ability to stream concurrently across multiple users in terms of audio quality were hitting that point where the web infrastructure is really supporting the ability to have extra latency. A new platform excited at the examples. But when you say platform you that means you did they'll be thousands of examples. Are you think it's GonNa? Be a whole new wave that goes? By ten years. I think like any a quote unquote platform they're going to be a handful of things that really matter. That will really be the important things on it, and then a lot of things will be experiments that fail or don't work and I don't know ten years from now, what's going to be the main setup applications? I just think it is a shift that enables a bunch of applications to be built particularly the social or collaborative enterprise. One example that I think is worth noting in terms of what's coming due to see is it's quite possible that if you. Look at virtual reality or Vr the predominant use case in the near term mackey shift to the Rouser, and so I think right now in order to experience the are you need a headset you need some cases client software etcetera in. So there's more obstacles in hurdles to be able to participate and I think one of the things I found really interesting about where to seeing what jail is the ability to suddenly create like experiences where you just drop it. Can show up and so the big question in my mind is is oculus almost like the desktop computer versus mobile devices where the desktop really helps you do powerful tests, but you can do a lot on your phone and it's sort of the mainstream use case for most of the Internet today so I think that's another thing that we'll see if it happens or doesn't happen over the next decade, but that may be one interesting long-term trend to watch relative to web RTC. In. Jail. crypto rolling all involved in this allowed, you invest in Crypto Zapped new coupons company Selo in Crypto Abbasi's been my time besting. tells. A little about why you're excited about it in the second ring on. So I'll start off with general principle that I think is true for all of the technologies that we're talking about. There are certain class of technologies that increase the expressive range of a certain medium and when you increase the expressive range of a medium. Things pop up that were not possible before because you now are playing in the new design space. The historical example that I always love to point to is in the eighteen hundreds. The invention of the metal feral in painting is the little piece between the paintbrush and the paintbrush handle and collapsible easel. Those two things together allowed people to a brave paintings outside and be start to paint with a new breastroke that them too quickly DAB, paint onto the canvas in those two. Ended up, giving rise to form of painting that we now know as impressionism, and still it's interesting to think about impressionism was a result of technological advances painting and you see that same thing with the web and the Internet in general there were technological advances in the medium of text and so all of a sudden people could send texts more quickly anybody could be a broadcaster you start putting texts together with code to create different things in that vastly increased the expressive range of texts in a way that led to all of these things that you could not predict in advance. So for example, in ninety, four, ninety, five, when the web was starting to become popular, one could not imagine that. Will one day I'll be able to press the button and order my groceries on this and have my groceries come to me. You know and so I think those are really interesting from A. Technological point of view. Why I'm excited about Crypto is that Crypto does this for money? It increases the expressive range of the technology that we know is money, and that I think we'll follow very similar to the Internet you know at the beginning of the Internet. You saw allow people to pass messages. More quickly to one another across the distance in a way that was just qualitatively different than facts, and that is the first thing that you started seeing with Crypto it has direct implications to things like remittances or making the UNE banked. But then on top of that, the second implication of the web was that anybody could become a broadcaster with youtube anybody could have their own TV station and in the context of Crypto, you have the same democratization in financial services. So you see this kind of rise in decentralized finance open finance. And third is most exciting as it allows money to become programmable in the same way that the Internet allow text to become programmable and that I think, I mean we're seeing some early things today but that's I think the aspect that we're still the earliest and it has the most legs and is the most powerful and the most difficult to predict the stage. Since we're in such an early phase

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What's Hype, What's Real on the Latest in AI

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05:36 min | 2 years ago

What's Hype, What's Real on the Latest in AI

"Hi Everyone. Welcome to this week's. Sixteen minutes I'm zonal your host, and this is our show where we talk about the headlines what's in the news and where we are on the long arc of tech trends were back from our holiday break, and so this we're covering all the reasons and ongoing as around the topic, of GP, three, the natural language processing based text predictor from the San. Francisco Research and Development Company opened ai the actually released their paper on. GPT three in late May. But only released their broader commercial API a couple of weeks ago. So we're seeing a lot of excitement and activity around that in particular although it's all being called GP T. Three. So we're going to do one of our explainer episodes of the two x explainer. Going into what it really is how it works why it matters broader implications and questions while teasing apart, what type, what's real as is the premise of the show but before I introduce our expert, let me just quickly summarize some of the highlights. So while Gpt, three is technically a text predictor that actually reduces what's possible because of course, words and software are simply coding of Human Thought to borrow a phrase from. Chris. Dickson which means a lot more things are possible. So we're seeing a note these are all cherry picked examples believable forum pose comments, press releases poetry. screenplays, articles somebody who wrote an entire article headlined open is GP Three may be the biggest thing since bitcoin and then revealed midway that he didn't actually write the article but that gpt three did we're also seeing strategy documents like for business CEO's and advice written entirely gpt three and not just words. But we're seeing people design using words to write code for designing websites and other designs. Someone even built a plugin again, all of it showing the Trans mutability of thoughts to words to code to design and so on, and then someone made a search engine that can return. Answers and you are ells in response to quote ask me anything which has anyone who's been in NLP space knows I was at park when we spun off powers that back in the day, and that's always been sort of a holy grail of question answering which you know all about to having worked in this world frank on thou let me introduce you are expert in this episode Frank Chances written a lot about ai including a primer on ai deep learning and machine learning a pulse check on ai what's working what's not a micro site with resources for how to Get started practically and do something with your own product and your own company, and then reflecting on jobs and humanity and working together. You can find all of that on our website frank to start things off. What's your favorite example of gpt three so far mine is founding principles for a religion written and gpt three. I'd love to hear your favorite and also your quick take on the excitement to start us off before we dig a bit deeper favorite out of the whole thing is it's doing arithmetic. So Ascot, what's twenty-three plus sixty seven like just arbitrary two digit arithmetic. This is a natural language processing. Model and so basically, it got trained by feeding it lots and lots of text and out of that, it's figuring out we think how to do arithmetic, which is very, very surprising because you don't think that exists in texts the excitement. Potentially is promising signs of progress towards general artificial intelligence. So today if you want to do very, highly accurate. natural language processing, you build a bespoke model. You have your own custom architecture you feed it a ton of data. What gpt three shows is that they train this model once and then they throw at a whole bunch of natural language processing tasks like fill in the blank or inference or translation, and without retraining it at all. They're getting really good results compared to finely tuned models. Before we even though into teasing apart, what type what's real? Let's first talk about the it what is GP three? So we have two things one, we have a machine learning model cpt is actually an acronym stands for generative pre trained transformer will go through all those insect. But thing one is we have a P- retrained machine learning model that's optimized to do a wide variety of natural language processing tasks like reading a wikipedia article and answering questions from it or guessing what the ending of a story should be or so on insulin. So we have a machine learning model. The thing that people are playing with a Pi that allows developers to essentially ask questions. Of that model. So instead of giving you the model and you program it to do what you want, they're giving you selective access via the API one of the reasons they're doing this is that most people don't have the compute infrastructure to even train the model there's been estimates that if you wanted to train the model from scratch, it costs something like five to ten million dollars of cloud compute time. That's a big big model and say like they don't give out the model and then to the controversy around this thing when they released the first version was they were worried that if they just gave the model out, people would do nefarious things with it like. Fake News articles that you would just like Saturate bomb the web than so they're like look we want to be responsible with this thing, and so we'll get access via. API. Then we know exactly who's using it and then the the I can be a bit of a throttle on what can and can't do

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Therapeutic Video Game on Trial

a16z

05:56 min | 2 years ago

Therapeutic Video Game on Trial

"Today's episode covers the topic of Digital. Therapeutics given that earlier this month. The FDA approved its first ever prescription video game. And since this is journal, club, we go into one of the key clinical trials, underpinning this historic decision published recently in Lancet digital health by Scott Collins and colleagues, which evaluated this games ability to improve attention and kids with attention, deficit, hyperactivity, disorder, or adhd. Are Sister podcast. Sixteen minutes on the news also covered this topic debating the bigger picture. Questions of what is an isn't a digital therapeutic and where pricing and regulation comes in. You can find that episode at a Sixteen Zero Dot. com forward slash sixteen minutes. A sixteen. Biodiesel Team Partner Former MD entrepreneur. Justin Larkin joins me in this discussion where we cover the pros and cons of this video game compared to traditional pharmacological therapies. The game specifically targets the attention impairments in twelve year. Olds by having them help an Avatar navigate digital environment in the face of other distractions. We also discussed how the randomized controlled clinical trial or are. CT was designed the limitations of the study and the open questions to be addressed. Will you begin with what question this paper answers? Video game via digital therapeutic and I think this paper resoundingly answers that question of yes, a video game target, a specific mechanism of action can have advocacy to cross that threshold of being considered at their pubic, but then I think more importantly is. Can this specific video game have an impact on a child with Adhd? To the point where it could be considered a tool in the toolkit of physician, treating this patient and I would argue the resounding answer from this is certainly this is considered, both because it there's an obvious benefit, but also the risks associated with it proved to be pretty minimal. There's plenty more research to be done, but I think this does a great job at answering that in the subsequent FDA decision just went on to reinforce study further. My favorite part of the paper was getting to watch that supplemental file, showing the kids video game and see what the kid seems and being able to connect that to kind of the goals of the game. If you're to watch that video outside of. The context of knowing that this was coming from a digital therapeutic company or clinical trial. You probably wouldn't know that it was a digital therapeutic. You'd probably think it was any other game that our kids are playing these days, but I think the opportunity for digital therapeutics that creates an environment where a therapeutic can actually be enjoyable, can actually be entertaining, and the really cool thing about this program is that it learns it's able to know what the kids ability is, and then Taylor the game, and how hard it is based on how quickly they pick it up and it's always responding to that level of engagement as a kid learns to adopt those skills. If you think about nutritional therapeutic lake uphill. There's opportunity for real time iteration of the therapeutic. There's no ability to say hey. This person is responding great, so we're going to cut the sing off. This person isn't responding, so let's up titrate the dose. Where in the game there's this ability in real time to iterative on how the person's experiencing that there. Yeah. I've known kids with ADHD and some days. They have good days and some days. They have days where it's more difficult being able to have that happen. Real time seems really appropriate for this type of condition. I think it's a really great match. Between kind of underlying mechanism, underlying patient characteristics in the method of delivery of the therapeutic, so there's proof of concept evidence from previous studies. This therapeutic video game can help kids with Adhd, but this particular study really test that hypothesis with sophisticated and careful clinical trial design, so let's dig in now to some of the important details of the study, the built upon the pita studies by having truly randomized controlled trials. So this is where there's a control group women interventional group getting developed intervention, but then also importantly, all of the researchers involved were blinded to the intervention. Of Selves and the patients themselves are blinded to whether in the intervention group or not, so the control group also got a video game, and it was a word search game that it also learned was also rewarding, and also had a lot of the same kind of game design elements, but that video games doesn't target those same pathways that are issues. ADHD, an important is also used a method called the intention to treat meaning all of the people that were initially stratified into the two groups were included in a statistical analysis, regardless of whether they completed or not so really meeting at the top level criteria what it means to be a rigorous are ct for therapy. Yeah. This study is pre registered, and so the idea behind Predrag distraction. Is that you as a researcher? Lay Out exactly what you're going to do before you ever do the study how you're going to collect the data how you're going to analyze that data, and importantly you determined to be a significant outcome before you look at any of the data and that really help prevent that kind of post talk. We looked at the data. We see this as significant. Therefore, this is important. You're saying from the start. This is important and will only know if our study is successful if it meets this particular endpoint. To Study Island, importance of having got foresight in the design, but also another thing that was interesting in the study was the choice of outcome metrics traditionally adhd research. A lot of the outcomes have been focused on the number of different metrics and batteries of surveys, subjective measures to assess symptoms of adhd whereas this particular study use a measure called the Tova Api. That's Te'o via API, which is really focused on assessing objectively attention. They picked an outcome that really got out. Some of the core impairment comes along with Adhd and then a lot of circumstances is equated with some of the challenges. Kids have in the classroom and other settings.

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All about Section 230: What It Does and Doesn't Say

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05:12 min | 2 years ago

All about Section 230: What It Does and Doesn't Say

"Hi everyone welcome to this week's special episode of sixteen minutes on the news, our show where we cover the headlines from our vantage point in tech, and covered tech trends, offering analysis frameworks, explainers and more I'm sewn. All your host and today's episode is special, not just because at three times sixteen minutes long, but this is our very first time on the show now thirty two episodes in bringing on a special outside guest. Our topic is section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act, which makes sure. Sure that interactive websites are not liable for their users content as their distributors, not producers of content, and so we also cover the recent news around twitter and the president's tweets, and the subsequent Executive Order Unquote Preventing Online censorship all from this week, which is also all bang out against the broader, more profound cultural context of George Floyd. Minnesota and way beyond and this episode we do a deeper dive on the technology and Policy Aspects of platforms and content moderation, including an explainer on the evolution. Evolution of section, two thirty, and all the key nuances of the debates around it and content moderation to understand, my special guest is Mike Mas- nick, founder and editor in chief of tech dirt, which is a leading tech news and analysis website and my longtime go to source for these topics he also by the way, recently launched new section, dedicated to tech and covid coverage as well as a new form with different voices, called the greenhouse, which focuses on tricky tech topics and lots of the. The trade offs involved like privacy and so on you can find both of those at Tech. DIRT DOT COM, so that's the INTRO and why? This is a special three x episode of sixteen minutes. Let me now kick things off by asking Mike. Since the premise of the shows, the tease apart. What's hype? What's real and to break down and explain what section to thirty does and doesn't say especially since the Broader Communications Decency Act Mike has been around since one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six. The laws actually very short and very simple and very straightforward, and I should note that the Communications Decency Act itself did have. Things that I did, but all of that was determined to be unconstitutional. So the only thing that survives is section two thirty. There was a big lawsuit ACLU versus Reno in the late nineties, and that throughout most of the communications, Decency Act is unconstitutional. The thing that remained was to thirty so what section to thirty does it really does two things, and they're somewhat related, and they're both incredibly important to the functioning of the modern Internet the first thing that it does is it puts the liability on the person actually violating the law, so if someone goes onto. Onto a website and says something that is defamatory or otherwise violates the law, the liability for that action belongs on the person who is speaking and not the platform or site that is hosting that content. The second thing that it does is that it says if a website chooses to moderate its content or anything that is put on the site. Then it is not liable for those moderation choices I'm so glad you're bringing that up because this is the number one thing I wanted to start with which is the flip side of it, not just the protection. Protection, but the fact that they can moderate whatever they want, so can you actually break down Mike? What does that mean so where it came from? Which I think is important is to give sort of the history very quickly is that there were series of lawsuits in the early nineties that tried to hold Internet services that had moderated some content, and the were defamation cases effectively brought up the most famous one is stratton oakmont versus prodigy, and as a little fun aside. Stratton oakmont was a financial firm that was immortalized in the movie The wolf of Wall. Wall Street, that's a fun fact. Yes, and Stratton. OAKMONT got upset. Because people in prodigies message boards were accusing the company of being up to no good, and so they sued prodigy, and a court said that prodigy was liable for the libellous statements, because prodigy positioned itself as a family friendly service that would moderate content, and because it moderated some content to try and take down cursing or porn anything that it felt was inappropriate that anything it left up according to the judge, it was now liable for as if it had written that content itself and that. FREAKED OUT! People in Congress namely the time to members of the House Chris Cox. A Republican and Ron Wyden a Democrat, and they put together section to thirty to say wait, that's crazy. If a website wants to moderate content to create for example, a family friendly environment, it shouldn't get sued for the content that chose not to take down. And so that section of CBA two-thirty is designed to make sure that any website can moderate content how it sees fit in good faith to present the content in a way that meets with the goals of the service

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SpaceX launch delayed to Saturday due to weather

Dave Ramsey

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX launch delayed to Saturday due to weather

"With with the the threat of lightning is what postponed yesterday's SpaceX launch until Saturday yes and SpaceX's historic launch a crew dragon was scribe just sixteen minutes and fifty four seconds before its scheduled lift off of four thirty three local time the president and the vice president were here when that's from the current ticket travel to Kennedy Space Center to witness what everybody hoped would be a historic launch astronauts Bob Behnken and Joe Curley were already strapped into the capsule the hatch door had been closed when this scribe occurred correspondent Rachel crane

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SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

"About NASA and SpaceX will have to wait two more days before trying to launch astronauts the first crewed spaceflight to take off from the U. S. so really nearly a decade but Neville says bad weather because yesterday's lunch to be scrubbed it was a fifty fifty chance headed into launch that the flight would be scrubbed sixteen minutes before liftoff it was called off astronauts were told they'd have to wait until

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West Seattle bridge closure continues without enforcement

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

West Seattle bridge closure continues without enforcement

"We continue to work with the closure of the west and that the west Seattle bridge between highway ninety nine and Fauntleroy in though ever since it close we've been asked to avoid the lower bridge so that it can be used by essential services that that it's being unenforceable lot of drivers are using it anyway you could always use an alternate route like the First Avenue south bridge to help you get across the Duwamish waterway our bus routes they continued to change due to low numbers of riders so continue to check every morning to see if your normal commute has changed looking at travel times Olympia to JBLM to main gate at sixteen minutes federal way to Seattle twenty two minutes in line with the bell B. with the sixteen minute

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Find alternate routes, as the West Seattle Bridge remains closed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Find alternate routes, as the West Seattle Bridge remains closed

"Well as we work with the indefinite closure of the west Seattle bridge you need to find yourself a new way to get around that closure and unfortunately that lower Spokane's street bridge that is supposed to be reserved for essential travel like transit and freight in emergency responders so use the route instead like the First Avenue south bridge to help you get over the water I would like Stevens we have some road work that's taking place an eastbound two oh four is fully closed at twentieth you will be detoured around the area using both twentieth and highway nine and this work is going to be taking place until about one o'clock this afternoon take note that sounder north line service is currently suspended throughout the rest of the day and tomorrow due to a landslide in North Seattle for using charter buses to help you get through there and some current travel times when went to Seattle or limited value at sixteen minutes south center to Bellevue fourteen minutes federal way to Seattle twenty two minute

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Seattle: Vandalism at Beacon Hill Light Rail Station to delay Link trains until Thursday

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Seattle: Vandalism at Beacon Hill Light Rail Station to delay Link trains until Thursday

"Delays on sound transit's link light rail this morning because of some vandalism at the beacon hill station some tribes this as someone entered a tunnel Monday the opened a stand pipe valves flooded critical electrical components and disable the emergency ventilation fan today commuters can expect one train every sixteen minutes sound transit hopes to fix everything by tomorrow

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"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

Feedback with EarBuds

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

"This week's theme is dinner conversations with Comedians. The curator's are Andrew Steven and Dan odd hoot. What a hoot. Here's why Andrew and Dan chose this theme. What does the food you eat? Say about you. Have you ever been surprised about something you found in your friends? Fridge does the ratio of takeout containers to homemade meals. Say something about who you are. There might be more truth to the saying. You are what you eat than we ever thought before. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Dan. Andrew. Monday's episode comes to us from green eggs and Dan and is called Ego Modine. It's sixty five minutes long in this episode ego. No deem from Saturday night live and Dan discussed the food habits of a certain late night. Tv show who has the best Jolliffe Rice gones are Nigerians and also what the Hell is? Joel Rice Tuesday's episode comes from dining with D. N. K. and is called Pete Holmes and Becky. Rims it's ninety seven minutes long in this episode Pete. Holmes comes on the show to talk over. Everyone and becky reams comes to the rescue to cook more food. Wednesday's episode comes from the sport full and is called Asaf Man. V is a human tour. Ducan it's twenty one minutes long. The former daily show correspondent talks food and his trip identity Indian British American. Us off man. V is not a fan of American food excess except when it provides the perfect metaphor for his own try cultural upbringing. He talks about making sense of his dueling identities his love of peanut butter and the fight he had with his father over a big gulp catch his new podcast loss at the Smithsonian from stitcher Thursday's episode comes from Doboy and is called. Pf changs to with Kula villa sack. It's one hundred sixteen minutes long in this episode. The incredible cool APP returns to the show to discuss her history with. Pf changs an American Chinese theme chain restaurants. Plus a gooey edition of snack or wack. Friday's episode comes to us from high and mighty and is called the fifth annual Thanksgiving Eve Power Hour with Nick Wider Nicole buyer and Betsy storrow. It's eighty four minutes long as you listen to this episode John Gabbert and his guests. Nick Betsy Nicole are still sleeping off their hangovers. So crack open a beer. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Dan. Andrew for this week's theme dinner conversations with Comedians. Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just Jason Dot Com and type in conversations with comedians into the search bar. And the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag comedy. Dinner is usually the section of the podcast where we share. Podcasts NEWS. From the inside podcasting newsletter. This week we're going to direct you to go to inside dot com slash podcasting to read sky. Pillsbury's right up of last Friday's PODCAST UPFRONT PRESENTATION. Which took place in La? I was there and I sent. My hot takes as well as my lukewarm takes to sky. She then wrote about them and now here. I am telling you to go read them. I was also at podcasts movement. Evolutions this past week in Los Angeles and it was a great time. There were tons of informative sessions. Fun giveaways an amazing networking opportunities. Look forward to some write ups this coming week and I'll definitely recap them in the podcast next episode and I solely pillow. Don't tell Danner jared the founders podcast movement. Were you at podcast movement. Are you listening to this? Podcast for the first time since you saw me onstage. Welcome to the Party. Now onto our sponsors. Thank you to Cyrus Media and a cast for sponsoring this week's show from Siris. You know that music isn't just background noise. It shapes your world and your life Cyrus media a network run by music fans for music fans gets this to o Cyrus creates podcasts and experiences that connect you deeply to the music that you love for shows hosted by your favorite artists to inside stories behind festivals historic concerts and the companies and communities that bring music to life visit. Oh Cyrus pod DOT COM to tune in and share the group. That's Oh S. I. R. I S. pod Dot Com and from the score. Bank robber. Diaries tells the tale of notorious criminal. Joe Loya Follow. His story from abused child to King of the heist with producer. Ben Adere in the first show from studios a original content arm and western sound. Listen wherever you got your

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The Longest Ever Pokémon Direct

Nintendo Voice Chat

03:04 min | 3 years ago

The Longest Ever Pokémon Direct

"There's a pokemon directed that's going to be twenty minutes. It's actually longest pokemon direct ever by at at least again which is yeah. It's usually I think the longest before this was like sixteen minutes. It could be wrong but some something between fifteen and nineteen and that's not twentieth that which makes this the longest. The game is out. What could there be to talk about? So historically they released like pokemon bank and compatibility ability with Pokemon bank the January after the Games in the fall. Come out so I'm assuming they're going to be talking about Pokemon home which will be the APP places on Bank which lets you store your poke them on and then transfer answer your old pokemon into the new game so you can get them on like from pokemon. Let's go and Pokemon go into POK mon home and bring them over to Pokemon sword and shield from there and we'll they change. Asia might be working on the National Dick's now probably not just wishful thing. Who knows we might get a few pokemon that aren't in the sword and shield national decks as it is right now but and we don't know and it will probably be event only pokemon like maybe we'll be getting Melton Mel metal? Maybe a couple of legendary is these are all. I'm just guessing. I have no idea but that direct correct happened this morning. If you're watching on June ninth which is a Thursday so look Jan dot com for all the information about that. I know that we will have a very expensive Expansive wiki page on Pokemon home. And how all of that works. Assuming that's what it is about but I'm assuming we might also get teaser for something else. Like detective Pichu for switch which they announced last year pokemon sleep or maybe a new. Let's go game on the magic carpet. Jumping mini game reveal reveal to. Yes I that was fun mobile game and it was fine while it lasted. But hey you already know the note and the Jews and the like Nintendo game. That just has the Polka Mona. You you can hang out with and pet. I haven't. They know that they kind of did that. With like hey. Up Cashew way back at peak achieve an work though. I mean rain rain like I believe the microphone didn't have any technology inside is just like you I would say profanity in the microphone and get really. Yeah like you said you do that. I didn't curse him. I curse them because I wanted to see you get mad and use thunderball inside side of the House. Because that's fun thing to watch I would never want actual life but yeah hey you teach you making peachy mad by cursing at it also. Speaking Pok Mon there is little bit of other news Just so you know you have sort of shield. It's coming up to the end of some certain events. Some will end on January fifteenth. So this is is your last chance at getting Max butter free. That's sounds like a candy. Bar anticancer Max. Butter free where. There's no butter and all the Max WCHS calories. That's a good deal. Yeah hope butter and Max Calories. That sounds terrible. Why would you ever want to do that to yourself but these this event is just increasing the chances for these particular gigantic? Pok Mon to show up in Max raid battles if you have nintendo switch online

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A Review of "The Rise of Skywalker"

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:20 min | 3 years ago

A Review of "The Rise of Skywalker"

"Welcome to the twenty minute movie review. Today's movie is the rise of skywalker in movie directed by J.J. Abrams starring Adam driver Daisy Ridley and company with a run time of about two hours and sixteen minutes. This review is certainly a very emotional one for me This is a movie. I've been waiting for for some time. It's the final chapter in the skywalker. Saga which spans over forty plus years. You know. I remember going to see my first when I was about six or seven. So you can kind of calculate how old I am from that But I gotta say without sounding cornball or cheesy. This is a very tough goodbye. There's a lot of things I'm GONNA touch on. I'm trying my best to keep Leonard Twenty minutes. This is the only one I have a lot of trouble with because I have so many thoughts We saw the movie on Thursday night a day before it opens up nationally. And and I have my awesome star. Wars Park on I have my beautiful Star Wars crocs. Yes I said that correctly star wars crocs Fox they are phenomenal but it was a Thursday showing nine fifty match three. By the way. If you haven't seen a movie that way okay. I cannot recommend that enough I max an three d together are just. It's a whole different ballgame. It's it's amazing but it's so refreshing to kind of look around around and see all these passionate star wars fans just here for that last chapter to here to say goodbye it. I'm not saying it didn't feel like a funeral. Oh it felt more like a thank you and thanks for everything. Thanks for the memories. That's the way I certainly felt and I could tell other people kind of had that same mentality -ality except for the kids sitting behind me. You know drinking talking sporadically throughout the movie. Please and I've said this a lot if you go to the movies and you feel like you're one of those people that can't shut their mouths. You can't stay off your cell phone please. Just don't go stay home like this. Movie is one that people the winning for for years and years and years and you know these kids innocent enough. We've all been there but kind god'll just stay home. I mean I'm tickets are not cheap to begin with and to. There's so many people there because they there to say goodbye to this the skywalker Guy Walker. Saga they're there to say goodbye to this franchise. It's been their life. I mentioned my case forty plus years for so many years and for someone to think think they can destroy that and take that apart that bothers me. There was a few other issues in the theater. Not near me. It's like a re stuff online about people being on their cell L. Phone and of course there's absolute eight holes that on facebook wherever that loved to ruin movies and post spoilers and it's just I don't okay people like there's people that just seemingly loved destroying your joy that extends outside of movies as well and it's like you know go f yourself like you're not here I mean it's just it's a very sick mentality to have it really truly is and long story short they completely destroy the movie for us. I I you know you'll hear from I review what I think of the movie but I don't know I'll never understand people that go to theaters and maybe it's subconsciously so you don't realize they're absolutely destroying movie even when you're like innocently talking to somebody next to you. You know many times older people do this. And not realize they're talking out loud like for me the cinemas Mike Cathedral the church is Mike. If you dress where I go to just you know just just key decompress. It's a place of passion for me. It's a place of solitude for me I love it and for people to go there and kind of ruin that I have so many problems with but let's move on with the good stuff. Okay so the rise of skywalker emission as almost a two and two hour and twenty minute runtime and it did feel like Our saying goodbye to a friend and I don't know the movie looks phenomenal the movie itself when you sit there the movie just POPs off the screen it this so good so well put together from that point of view from just popping off the screen the way it looks it's Jj that's such a great job with that I I gotTa tell you what I loved about them. If you're right so that was one I love you. And you'll see that the force kinda takes a new level right. The powers displayed by those who have the force in this movie. Rise to a new level in that was awesome so awesome. I love the fact that the gang was all back together. That made me feel so happy to finally after all these movies. You See Paul and thin and you know ray together. It was really great C. Three Po rt to they're all Carrie Fisher to some degree to it so to see them together. And that's rewarding in itself you. You know there's some other things The Sixth Planet I thought was kind of cool. Little thing there. You'll see that when you guys go to the theater not again none of these. I don't think our spoilers or take away from the movie. Palpitation is really really scary. Gary and again you see him in the trailer. So it's not really a spoiler but Palpa Emperor Pal Patine went from a guy who is just flat out evil to now. He's it's just pretty much like the devil and I love how they did that. It was a so creative so wonderful so kind of original the way they did that. People like world. We need palpitation back in the movie. You could debate that. I love the way they did. It I thought I was worried coming into it saying. Why are they recycling? Emperor Powell between but such a great job in how they did it I WANNA say and I know people say this all the time when a great performance on three and like Oh that person she wouldn't award or that person should it'd be nominated that being said me being a hypocrite. Just now I'm GonNa tell you Adam driver in daisy Ridley both serve some type of recognition for this and I'm not talking about people saying how great I'm saying Academy Award Nomination Good. They are so good in this movie. I was not expecting it. I know they're both phenomenal actors actors. I was not expecting what I saw today. And I compare this to the last movie. I reviewed the Irishman. I know it's a completely different type of movie movie but acting is acting in these two. Were beyond any acting. I saw in the Irishman. Adam driver has taken it to another level level. He is just you know he is solid a-list at this point but his ability is is scary. Good I didn't realize he was this good. And boy support around display and boy. When you see it you will be absolutely rewarded for going to this movie? Just based on his acting alone. I love light speed skipping get being negative show a little bit of light speed skipping that is worth it so for all the reasons I just mentioned. It's one hundred percents worth seeing. And you have the phenomenal John Williams Liam soundtrack who has left us. You know we'll get Indiana Jones Star Wars. John Williams has done so much for us as a composer. You're glad it's almost like expect greatness. And he delivers every time. It's obviously his last movie. I'm doing a score for Star Wars and I love how they ended with John Williams composer her score. I love that he was so good and he has a and I noticed it because I listen to music. He has a brief cameo in the film. which is Kinda cool as bartender so beyond offer that that is John Williams? We'll notice that I noticed it because I'm a nerd It it was. It was a really kind of cool a little cameo but the music is just so good the movie itself up to this point. I can't recommend it enough. Go see it. It's just so oh good and if you if you're like me if you've grown up with this you have a legitimate passion. You have a legitimate love for this franchise absolutely to go see it because what I've listed in the first ten minutes of this review is enough to warrant you going to see this.

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