22 Burst results for "Sixty Two Minutes"
Roku executive on whether the company could face scrutiny over streaming partnerships
"Caters were closed during the pandemic. The shift to streaming accelerated the average household watched six hundred and sixty two minutes of stream content in July that's up ninety two percent from last year, but increasingly crowded nature of the business. So let the standoffs between streamers and platforms journeys right now to talk about all this is Steve Louden. He's the chief financial officer of Roku, and there's so much to talk to you Steve. About, and I WANNA get in just a second to some of the clashes that have happened now between the platforms in the streamers but. I think. The one big question I have is, do you see this as a long-term accelerate, which is to say that a year from now in a post vaccine world, we're going to be watching this much TV or do you think this is just a moment that somehow sort of pulled all of this forward into this remarkable and unique moment in time. I shouldn't say remarkable because upsetting and terrible and for so many. Obviously. Yeah. Good. Morning Gentlemen. It's good to be here. We we do view. The Kobe is accelerating this long-term shift Distri mean and You know that helps stream industry. Roku has the leading streaming platforms the US. That has accelerated are. Active account growth it's accelerated streaming our. So we think this is You know getting to the longer term trend that was well underway a bit faster. And let's just talk about those. Some of the battles over getting on some of these platforms because these platforms have become very, very valuable. You have lots of streamers all trying to get on them some willing to pay some maybe not willing to pay. For Rookie. We we aspire to have You know relevant content for folks. We have a great mix of Free ad-supported content for folks. We also have subscription services as well as you were talking about. The transactional video on demand indirect consumer released his. So we we have that as well So yeah, we aspire to have you know the most diverse. Set of content for people to view and they can pick. On how they view it the consumer once they have access the Roku platform either via a Roku player or TV with the rogue operating system built in, they don't pay the platform directly to access content, and so there's a lot of choice on the platform in thousands of APPS TRUMP Right now what, what I what I'm really suggesting is that the streamers themselves Obviously have to pay some percentage in all of this, and my question to you is at some point, do you think there's going to be an argument that a roku could have too much power and the reason I ask is right now there's a big debate whether someone apple on their on their own devices has too much power in terms of which apps on phones which streamers are going to be on your platform for example, well, I think, yeah Roku has is the leading streaming TV, platform in the US certainly, there's a large TV go system with content producers, advertisers, retailers, and then the consumers, of course. You know historically, we have taken a mutual position and so you know really we're we're open to having all contents on the platform. We've structured our our revenue streams with the content producers. So that you know when they do well on the platform, we have Sharon abortion of that I think the important thing to note on that front is that the the content producers that are leaning in Sirocco and leaning industry mean are are winning in that and Disney plus is a great example. You know they launched in Q. Four in they've made tremendous growth We're a a strong partner with Disney they've leveraged our audience development. Capability, signed build up Steve's. Elsewhere Steve, tell us where where these negotiations stand with the lights HBO Max. Peacock owned by our parent company. Those are those are not on your platform right now, what's what's the problem? What are the fault lines in those in those discussions because clearly the platform is you just described is not neutral in so far as it's negotiating. On behalf of the company. With or against other streamers. Yeah and and you know we don't talk about any specific dealer negotiations. But like I said, we do aspire to have all the content on the platform. Because the consumer is not pain Roku, the economic model, for rope. is related to these content distribution agreements on one side. In advertising revenue is one of the other pieces of modernization form that that is necessary for us to continue to invest in the business both in terms of developing great players and the TV operating system is well as continue to innovate. In the user experience. So as I mentioned, our revenue model is is in the form of advertising is well as revenue shares when we signed up new subscribers or their transactions on there. So certainly there's we have thousands of APPS, and in a lot of times these absolutely there on the platform or renewed without anybody really noticing, and occasionally we do get some sticking points but you know hopefully we'll be able to get through those. Okay see we really appreciate you joining hope we can continue this conversation Oh watch your growth has been a remarkable thing and There's so many different issues in the space that you're living in right now look forward to talking to you against Steve thanks. Thanks Gentlemen.
Podcasts about Ireland
"This week's team comes to us from Kevin Dolan and it's called podcast. It's about Ireland here's why Kevin chose this theme he writes. A host of a podcast on Irish history I've been amazed with the interest around the world with our little island with that in mind I thought I'd share some of my favorite podcast episodes about the island of saints and scholars. Here are the episodes chosen by Kevin, for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the history of Ireland and the episode is called setting the scene. It's eleven minutes long. In this, the inaugural episode, the Party's players and movements bouncing around Ireland in the early nineteen hundreds are introduced. Next up the episode comes to us from the Irish. Passport podcast and is called who were the celts it's sixty nine minutes long. Celtic. Identity is politically powerful, but historically nebulous a subject of debate among historians and archaeologists while being a source of inspiration to some an irritation to others. In this episode Naomi and Tim Visit Celtic Music Festival in the Netherlands to explore why the concept has such. International. Appeal, Tim Explores the political use and abuse of the idea of the celts in debates about identity and nationalism in Scotland and Ireland. The. Next episode comes to us from Radio Lab and is called tweak the vote sixty six minutes long. In this episode democracy is on the ropes in the United States and abroad citizens of democracies are feeling increasingly alienated, disaffected and powerless. Some are even asking themselves a question that feels almost too dangerous to say out. Loud. Is Democracy fundamentally broken. Next up, the PODCAST is called mother folklore and the episode is called the Blue Blue Grass of Home Irish in Appalachia. It's forty minutes long. In this episode, Rebecca Welles a singer in Nashville tells the lads about her Appalachian Roots and the influence of Irish music on bluegrass and other musical traditions. The last episode of the week comes to us from the blind boy podcasts and is called the Goblin of strange uncertain times it sixty two minutes long. In this episode, a hot take on society's response to Corona virus through the Lens of Grief Psychology, a post Catholic view of Ireland's response. Those are the episodes chosen by Kevin for this week's theme podcasts about Ireland.
"Your Next Big Idea" Week
"This week's theme is your next big idea. The curator is Daniel Brooks. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says hi. My Name's Daniel Brooks nine. The host of the unlocking creativity podcast theme. I've chosen is. You're next big idea. The reason I've chosen this is quite simply running away from changing our whole lives. These podcasts are going to help inspire you to go in and discover yours. Here are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Daniel. Monday's episode comes from the Tim. Ferriss show and is called Eric Schmidt lessons from trillion dollar coach. It's one hundred and four minutes. Long Eric. Schmidt is a technical advisor and board member to Alphabet Inc where he advises its leaders on technology business and policy issues. Eric joined Google in two thousand one and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader. In Technology. Tuesday's episode comes from design matters with Debbie millman and is called Lisa Khandan. It's thirty six minutes long in this episode. A conversation with artist and illustrator. Liikanen about getting started creatively. Wednesday's episode comes from creative. Boom ranking on big regrets being different and discovering life begins at fifty. It's fifty eight minutes long. Rankin is the British photographer publisher and film director renowned for his portraits of Bowie and Bjork and for being co founder of dazed and confused. We chatted to the fearless man behind the lens about his career. And we're surprised to hear him open up about his childhood. His father his regrets and mistakes. This is an honest delve into the heart and mind of one of the biggest names. In photography Thursday's episode comes from Happy Place and is called. Joe Wicks it's forty nine minutes long in this episode. The body coach himself turns up at ferns door to discuss being a father of two meeting. Your work goals and being named Gq worst-dressed of the year Friday's episode comes from unlocking creativity. And is called. Darren Brown the creative mind. It sixty two minutes long about this podcast. Daniel says creativity is the power that allows us to imagine a world. That isn't our world yet to consider what doesn't yet exist and make it exist. Welcome to the PODCAST. That will help you make that happen. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Daniel. For this week's the your next big idea. Listen in and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in your next big idea into the search bar and the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag creativity. This is usually the section of the show where we bring you podcast news since the news is so filled with corona virus and Kobe nineteen lately. There's honestly not that much podcast industry news instead skype. Pillsbury who writes inside podcasting the newsletter? We usually read our stories from is asking for your participation she writes. I'm determined to keep this community connected so while we live through this bizarre moment in history. I'll publish reader submitted issues of the newsletter. I need your help to get this done. Please send me any or all of the following one episodes or podcast that have brought you. Joy provided relief over the past. Few weeks sky will share them in her newsletter and may eventually start a Google spreadsheet where people can add browse information at their leisure. Please include a link to the show and explain why it has been helpful to you during this time two stories about how the pandemic has impacted or not your work as a creator. Feel free to mention your show in the context of your story. Three stories about how the corona virus has impacted your ability to listen to podcasts or your interest in them four requests for help with your podcast need an editor a guest. Anything else. Five any ideas you have for future reader submitted issue you can send sky any and all of your suggestions return on twitter at sky. Pillsbury that's S. K. Y. E. P. L. L. S. B. U. R. Y. You can also reach her by email at sky at inside dot com. We'll be back next week with podcast. News and PODCASTS. That are keeping US happy during the Super Weird time.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on KTRH
"Gallery furniture made in America studios charges dismissed a case handled by a disgraced Houston cough I'm Corey Olson at seven o'clock on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together your ski London two ninety northwest and the way that the small in the center lane is not helping much and we're looking at forty five minutes south of highway six from six to ten stalled make that an overturned vehicle accident on the north freeway at spring cypress the outbound lines are open there's two forty four going on the southbound sure why but we're looking at sixty two minutes downtown mark white I'm sky Mike in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center a definite chill in the air here tonight and Valentine's is going to be crisp and cool force also we're talking upper thirties for the northern suburbs near forty here in town tonight and you have to go all the way back to Halloween find numbers that cold sixty two degrees Friday and lows in the mid forties for Friday night still below average sixties and seventies returning quickly for the weekend I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel fifty four now clear skies at the K. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center seven oh one our top story the Texas court of criminal appeals will have final say over today's dismissal of drug charges by Harris County prosecutors who continue to sift through hundreds of arrest records involving disgraced former Houston police officer Gerald going to hundred and sixty three convictions where someone files a claim for relief and Gerald going to played a substantial role in that conviction we are going to assume he lied sixty year old Steven mallets two thousand the arrest and conviction for drug charges was based on testimony from Gerald Goins the officer behind last year's deadly Harding street drug raid ballots brother also had his convictions tossed you to mers Mister.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The Mets and Brody and Nicki have had a wonderful run here since you also break but is what they do from now to the finish that's going to find the season the first part didn't define it what happened from the also breaking down didn't define it they put them in a position to have success now the question is what happens where do they go from right now to the finish line we got fifty games the play will not even fifty ghastly forty some games to play but probably like a fortified to guess guess what leads from forty six games to play right now so only give exact is they've played one eighteen their forty four games to play how many games will take we think about this for a second this sixty one fifty seven okay the forty four games to play the one twenty two and twenty two they got eighty three that's not cut as a three seven on us like anything so you gotta take twenty two twenty two thanks for all of that gold twenty six the fourth that is twenty six and eighteen that's eighty nine I don't think yet take one more often I think it'll probably take ninety wins the get the wildcard I think that means they have to finish twenty seven seventeen can they do it they could probably gonna take ninety nine twenty one advisors sixty one twenty two is eighty three that be seven more that's ninety but if that's playing really good was better in line if they if the play twenty nine it's pretty good baseball I think it might take nine is eight eighty nine anyway we got sixty one fifty seven if I'm taking on together figure right around there Watson's got sixty three you know motions got sixty three for cardinals are sixty one the work he's got sixty two minutes of sixty one somebody's gonna want close to ninety so it's eighty nine ninety it's gonna take the one of the probably one of the version I mean to win while caught people get a division Donna didn't come on there's still a fax seven a loss as to much even could consider yet Jonah bronze was a joke Hey Mike thanks for taking the call I was at the Mike it's got a few questions I mean it's and I don't want to see the guy come back you might expect comes back the old one great one per night in in the play is what do you do either instead of input and top level what do you do first of all I don't even know talk will be on the postseason roster I mean and then they all can't be on the roster so listen they're in a tough spot there I think the best thing they can do is either get either get him back for a couple of weeks in September don't bring him back cold in the playoffs I think there's too much pressure on him to do that I really do I think that would be a very tough thing for them to bring him back cold in the playoffs this year I think they need to get a couple of weeks on there is bill but you know if they give him a couple weeks on his belt he's going to play right now what is it sixty that's what they put him back on a sixty day I yelled when they are made with the other two pictures what is that mean exactly no listen he's listen I I yeah I I don't know what list is on right now he's not coming back before September anyway but he'll be back in September and you'll see him this year I doubt he's out for the season I really doubt it unless you re injures himself you're going to see him back in September and he's gonna wanna play in the postseason I understand you guys want top when playing a full season but you were that way until talking goes off eight the positive because already one of our bench that's the way fans off I understand that's a whole different world it'll be one of his own lately you know you'll be two games into the post season and you know Worrell's guys leave the bases loaded UP I get him out of the game this is the way it is Eddie Hoboken was a very right I got you know you're listening to the dead air while you're doing math is when the greatest thing about that it's the best thanks guys that's if you stayed on the phone to deal Anna Amanda is a thanks for the thanks for that you know it is a so tell me a please Eddie tell me now how to do a show I'm a figure that out yet so thanks give me give me give me some pointers I need them Nick in Chatham was subject all I would I rather think about Jack's request I mean that's that's almost offended if you're gonna answer for I don't know yet how do you turn down hi how can you be Jack in turn down thirty million I don't know and and not a I I can't believe first one on the same one they often thirty million secondly he turned down thirty million is for forty million I I completely agree I mean you guys before you want us to assist young I mean twenty million he's earned if he's on forty million what are you going to pay the other quarterbacks in the league I mean he's earned forty minutes this gift is telling me that they acted as played quarterback well enough in this league to earn forty million dollars a year so what are you paying guys looking around Rogers a hundred I mean how he paid forty well as you're gonna tell me you have a team and you're gonna pay dad forty million dollars to play quarterback forty million a year what the heck's Roger thank you Roger the any money with other Rogers the richest guy in the history of the league off the field so we don't even need any money sells business for six hundred and eighty million or something but think about it was Rajasthan of worth if if jackets forty million.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Stephanie Grisham whipped up a phony controversy about dean Democrats characterization of the president's visit I'm not sure about those that politics are not sure what that has to do with white supremacism when Stephen Ross the owner of soul cycle of course the investor of SoulCycle as a as a brutal white supremacist Costco Krause and Laura Ingraham all these nations the Republican Tony's right wing pundits GOP operatives to ignore or minimize or defend from day in and day out and then there are the voters who now knowing full well what he is about to back his reelection let's start by acknowledging that every person is responsible for the person that used to work for the candidate they give money to the statements they make or don't make okay so then everybody who voted for Barack Obama is responsible for his vile egregious comments about police officers across the country can we can we do that for now no I didn't think so because that's stupid you're not responsible for everything a person you voted for says that's not an you are responsible for who you vote for but you are not responsible for everything that person does or says that's why we have a representative democracy we do not just have a straight democracy if I want to represent myself you just have a straight democracy in a boat on every issue everyone says your vote is secret but your public actions including publicly disclosed donations are not this is no ordinary president and therefore supporting him has serious ramifications it's no defense to say you cannot criticize people who serve in government or you shouldn't shame people for political donations of course you should if the candidate office holder is tearing down our democracy and contributing to white nationalist sentiment get everyone first of all I don't think anyone says that people are unworthy of criticism in public office I'm all in I'm criticizing people in public office it's very shaming people for political donations this thing is going to run both ways and Jennifer of an angle like how does if she's into publicly information docking people based on their political affiliations wait until people start revealing her public information online no one should do that by the way don't do it it's bad it's bad because it's bad not because Jennifer Rubin things is that she doesn't think it's bad this is this again ridiculous idea that your political opponents are evil by dint of their politics no one supports Hitler in the United States if they do is a very small group trump eight Hitler he's not that should not be a controversial statement that trump is not Hitler the fact that is a controversial statement is a testament to medium is coverage comes a lot of things but pushing that far that's what leads to the belief that your fellow citizens who voted for him are your enemies and that's gonna driving reelection again you guys you guys go crazy call half the American public **** yeah that goes for you already coming up yeah talk about AOC she's now going after her own XP system how interesting to talk about what happened there this is the denture coming up later today at five it's big John Howell and W. LSAT MA ninety U. L. O. S.'s time right now is three fifty one let's take a look at the rose the Kennedy outbound downtown and our whole here is sixty two minutes we've got a disabled vehicle the center lane is blocked and Q. R. Avenue in down we'll take you an hour five will give you know the traffic update in fifteen minutes let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into.
US Women's Team wins record fourth World Cup title
"Kate's U. S. women's soccer team has claimed its fourth World Cup title after defeating the Netherlands two to nothing correspondent Amanda Davies the Almog's sixty two minutes who else was it going to be the captain fantastic Megan Rapinoe stepped up shows no signs of the pressure this see what's on the she smokes a time have penalty without breaking a sweat Roosevelt another one of the young cells of this US team over the last few weeks she really made it too and then the celebration sausage they see knew they had made it across the
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"And so when you spoke to kaitlin, what did she tell you about how exactly flare works? Why is it called Uber for ambulances? What fled? It was quite smart. Like Behr recruited all the private operators of ambulances that existed in Nairobi. And it's using location based information in order to help the person who needs an ambulance, identify the closest one to them and actually dispatching them so with the system you call a number. It's not nap. You call a number and flare knows where you are. And it can calculate where the nearest amulets is not just based on occasion, but also on traffic and dispatch it and who pays for it. Well the moment it's a private effort. And so it's a subscription based system until you're saying the big corporate to paying for it schools paying for it, and also individuals that, obviously ultimately. You would want system like this to cover all of the population so that has to be a question for the government really. And so is it making a difference already is is it clear that it works? Yeah, it's making an incredible difference. When I spoke to Kaelin she told me that the figures showed that they had reduced the time it takes for an ambulance to arrive from one hundred sixty two minutes to fifteen minutes. So, my favorite set on not is the fastest Kenyan marathon, runner can complete a marathon and a half before you would be able to get an ambulance, previously, and we've brought it down to fifteen minutes on scene, and you're in a hospital bed with physician in sixty nine minutes and not huge drop. His really down to the fact that they can just pick the nearest ambulance will what about other cities. What about cities in fact, in developed world or their or their lessons to be drawn here? Well, I think anywhere around the world where you have these fragmented. Emergency response systems should be looking at this case in Robie, and thinking about whether it can be adopted. It's fantastically useful. Even countries with more centralized systems. I think what the fla- system shows is the benefits of using geo location for mobile phones. One of the things Kaitlyn told me was that the NHS national health service here was built on a sort of landline. System initials needs to be able to identify where you're calling from. So all the systems are based on landline. Tech, meaning that your landline was registered to a specific address. So few picked up a phone call from an office building. They would say, I know that you're calling from, you know, eleven Charles street. Whereas once mobile phones were introduced, you could be roaming all around, you're not calling from a landline, you could be on a highway, and you're disoriented your panics. You have no idea and you're just yelling out. I'm on the highway. And so the biggest thing is that these systems need to be cloud based, they need to be integrated with today's technology and location, based is like I mean, that's the way of the future. I think this obsessive fish. Shinseki of being able to, like, hey, he pulled a boffon.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"Oh, that is just so Lassus. Just imagine of coming out of smooth. Yeah. It's like softcore porn music. Thank you for protecting me. Literally anything at the end of an eighties. Movie, the woman who has been endanger and the man who's been protecting her. They finally get that moment to look each other in the eyes and recognize what they both gone through freeze frame, kiss roll credits. Yep. Or just riding a motorcycle off into the sunset. Or the the opening credits for the hitchhiker, aka handsome well hunt. Drifter. The seminal series on Cinemax. He's coming into town. We don't know much about him. He's coming into town, and then he's coming again. Yeah. The Nilo rain. Starring anyone who's ever been in twenty one jump street. Richard Greko is the hitchhiker. Of. Diamond Phillips at a lot of softcore porn, my friends, who, hey, he paid the bills, right? Ric flair would go onto WWF in late nineteen Ninety-one actually teased a program with him at HOGAN, which at the time would have been the dream match the two biggest stars from both promotions did not happen. However, he did enter the nineteen ninety two Royal rumble at number two and lasted sixty one minutes. Oh, no. Number three. He went at number three. I think he lasted sixty one minutes, sixty two minutes to win the then vacant WWF title making him was he the first person in the in the eighties era to hold both world titles. You might be right. Think of anybody else who would have done it. Like like they were still there, most separate once you get the, the major talent from each company, shifting you. Get Hogan's elbow savage held both. I wanna say he was the first. Yeah. Tell us tell us we're wrong at tights, and fights. Tell us we're wrong else were wrong. Is that a challenge or you inviting people to well, actually, if you can you can long as you're nice about it. I mean learning things be cool about it be cool. If you can avoid using the word actually, you'll get plenty of points flair was uniquely suited to a rumble. I think because that shop is so great for getting people over that rope. Yes, he didn't have to work too hard to do it. He could just chop fifteen people out. That's right. That's that, that I think that's the reason for the stamina to go sixty minutes. You're not gonna pick someone up and throw them over the rope, every two minutes you gotta chop over exactly to get a couple of shops in their plus that front flop. He does works. Really? Well when you're long match you get tired because he did that after I think the second. I'm sure we're gonna talk about the two out of three falls matchy, Ricky the with Ricky steamboat that'll series breathtaking. I think after the second fall, he does his front flop, because he's so worn out from all the wrestling, it's sort of like a wrestling version of clenching in boxing lake. He could take a breather by doing the follow ver oh wrestling is really hard, not even like it's very tire. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Definitely. Not making fun of him for that. You wanna take a front that front fall, a great just. I just I just need thirty seconds, thirty seconds debris. And then he's got the begging spot to which out of bunch of into the ball Shah. Right. Exactly. The perfect combo. But here is his promo the famous promo that he cut after winning that title at this time to present the title belt to the new champion our president, that thing we checked, cutting -gratulations RIC flair. I'm becoming the undisputed champion of. The world. Wrestling federation. What would you say after distorting, the belt, proclaiming the real world.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sixty two minutes long. It's a short short movie that one was. Sweet little story from the elephants point of view. This one the Dumbo remake it's not about Dumbo. It's about these kids in the circus, and those kind of aside player, so as sort of like an alternative Dumbo, it's okay, but it's really different. It's quite different than the original. And that's the problem when you get with these these, these remakes, if it's something that doesn't know how are you gonna make a movie about an elephant that what started out as an hour long and then make that into a big big movie production, what else out this weekend. Anything, there's one called bright, burn, which I haven't seen actually going to be going to check that out here tonight. And that's it's, it's a written by James Gunn who did the guardians of the galaxy. And it's basically the gist of it is, it's like, if superman weren't a good guy if superman grew up and was bullied in school. And then, then just started to use his powers as he saw fit. It's basically a horror movie, and it looks really interesting as sort of an alternate. Take on, on superhero movies and also book smart. And I've heard a lot of good things about that movie. There's a lot of buzz, unfortunately they didn't invite critics to see it from, where I was which was kind of odd, because it did so well, on the festival, circuit, they had a whole bunch of screenings just in telling you the critics about it, which, I don't know what to doubt interpret dad, but why would they do that wouldn't be good movie you believe in your movie, wouldn't you want? Critics to come see. Yeah. You'd think they would especially a movie that, that got so much buzz on the festival circuit. It's an it's an edgier comedy. It's sorta like sort of, like super bad. But from what with girls in the main sproles instead of the guy sort of that one night party after after school didn't get a chance to it would have been nice if the studio would have let me all right with that. Kevin will let you go, people wanna know, more find out about the movies from you working they go just go to the movies dot com. All right. Thank you, Kevin car. Bad guys at the movies. So coming up here. I think we did this long time ago, but we always maintain a movie topic, after we talked to Kev movies that you can watch over and over and over again. Right. Is that another way of seeing your desert island movie,.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview
"I'm gonna give you a sixty two reasons why I like Toronto go and Ford and the sixty two minutes that Joel Embiid has had to play in games one and two so we saw against Brooklyn. Remember a chronic knee tendinitis this year? So Embiid was questionable game. One finally did play against Brooklyn played games. One and two average twenty two and a half minutes and then game three it's one one. I mean the series. There's a concern for the seventy Sixers and Embiid MRs game three can't play finally gained four. He comes in does play a little over thirty minutes game five back down to twenty. The whole series the only place ninety seven minutes. Now, he's only played two games against Toronto. And he's used up sixty two minutes and bead had a bad game. I know the seventy Sixers at a really good game game too. And they had a great game on the boards. But Embiid did not have a good game. And I tell you for a seven footer. He spends more time on the ground falling over not flopping, but just not looking like, a he has a sturdy base that knee is not right. And I can't see MP doing anything. But getting worse, especially if he has to keep playing thirty plus minutes each and every game. Yeah. I think it's certainly a concern. Now. I mean, the other arguments that is I mean, they're getting multiple days off if he can get ready. I mean, this is the time of year we should play. But you rob good point should have been playing probably game three if he was fully healthy in a one one series in the first round you'd think he'd play in game three. I agree with you. As far as what I've seen so far even though it's tied up one one. I think it's sustainable for Philadelphia. And here's a couple of things that I don't. I think are sustainable number one. I think no one's going to argue the Philadelphia has some depth concerns right now. Starting five is good. As it gets. There's another reference as good as it gets in the NBA with the exception of Golden State but bench has been an issue for Philly, especially with the Embiid getting limited minutes and what we saw in game two. I think was an outlier. Philadelphia's bench outscored Toronto twenty six to five in that game. I don't think we see that moving forward. Obviously throttle had one of the worst shooting performances of the entire season in game two. Moving along. I mean, what do you see in from the market looks like the early money?.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Fans for it to count for it to be fun for it to be loved for to be historical. Get you. So some fans man city, then get some trophies just pay for him. He got the money. So I don't know what to tell you. All right. Let's move on to people who actually care about the FA Cup Waterford in the wolves, dude. And this is probably going to go down as one of the best FA Cup matches. I've watched and fuck and like. The wolves being up in the sixty second minute. I was like all right. This shit's over to nil were already at the, you know, seventy of so minute creeping up to eighty next thing, you know, della faille, you dude, I mean is he the new messy? I can we say that about. Delaware. You can we finally say that can we confirm that guy over at ESPN? And I think that I think we can because I actually I was trying to find his name on Twitter. So I could at him at him and apologized to him for calling him a complete and utter Ideo because it seems like della Faye has hit the hit the Premier League ground running. And hasn't looked back since I love seeing della Fayu as a fucking Waterford player and that goal. I I off the goal by wral Jiminez. I don't think can or should be overlooked took that cross down on his chest. One time volleys it into the back of his nets back of the net pools on the Mexican wrestler mask and flaunts into the crowd bad as fucking goal. But that goal was all power and Braun. This fucking goal was God damn whip cream and Brown sugar because it was beautiful and delicious that chips. Due to the top right corner. Fuck top bins where the mama Pete's the peanut butter man that shit was pretty. I just you know, these are the games where I'm like, you know, what this does fuck matter. What for it could have just like crawled over and died, and they were like fuck that we're coming out these wolves. And we're going to just Rekkem like, you know, Spartakist or whatever what's not Sparta kiss three hundred Spartans kingly night is when he killed wolf. And he was like I'm twelve but I've killed a wolf. And now now about that. That's crazy like ancient Greece is like, oh, you code a wolf, I guess, you are king laid back. Sick the wolves on the politicians and whoever survives stays in office that should be or political system that I mean, I think it'd be better than what we have now. So fucking wolf would be better than what we have now to be. Yeah. Like just like we just we're just running by wolves where just run by wolves. And that's fine. They're very fun, fair wolf people wolf people. Yeah. So unbelievable scenes too. I mean, there were a lot of fights after the game. And apparently, Troy Deeney has the activated his comments because of you know, racial abuse. Which is you know, I guess FA Cup is back Martin people actually care because if you're a racially abusing and fighting people, I guess, it's got a matter to some people, right, which you know, it's like a horrible silver lining of all this, right? It's it's the shittiest is over launching that I've heard of, but but to your point it really does show how much the FA Cup does matter to some teams. Obviously it still matters as trophy, obviously, it's still a high honor to win the FA Cup. But you talk to a United Liverpool arsenal Chelsea city Tottenham fan. That's a Cup is rarely the goal of their season. But then you look at the games like watt versus the wolves. And and you really fucking remember the true meaning of this Cup that watt for versus the wolves was the semi-final Brighton versus Manchester City was the other semi-final these teams go into the season. And I don't think what wolves or Brighton really expected to make it into the semi's of the FA Cup. And so that's an incredibly special season for the both of them. And if you are a soccer fan outside of a man. Chester city fan, obviously, loyalty and all that shit. You have to root for your team..
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Both Bill plus six point four less than a press of number with us much time as walnuts last year while was plus three point four. One of the bigger developments with the wizards from last season was the increase in facilitation by Bill kind of he made his first all star team. Well-deserved my opinion. This was a bit based upon need with wall literally missing. Kathy played forty one, regular season games, bills efficiency as scored a regressed. A bit, but not many players can see their unball rule increase like his did not experience some aggression and shooting efficiency. It's really hard to kind of keep shooting efficiency there when you're trying to initiate for your team, having added Austin, rivers will be interesting to see. Scott Brooks looks to have Wallin Bill share the court as much as possible. Last year, the wizards were plus four point four in the twelve hundred eighty minutes in which they were both on the floor t seasons ago. There were plus six point one and two thousand three hundred sixty two minutes could grief, which was the fourth highest total during the sixteen seventeen season. In terms of number of minutes shared by two teammates. I was hard Areza Noche off to Dane. Third and fourth were temporal, duos towns, Wiggins. And then Wiggins. Jiang again those the pricing. So big question. Awesome. Rivers, everyone's favorite NBA player, but he's a volume score. He's a has nice size as defender. Uniphase not always the best defender of practice defender. Do you think that was going to go back to sort of trying to get more than two thousand minutes with Bill both on the court? Or do you think the trust factor with rivers is going to be an issue such that he's never gonna wanna, see both on the bench. Like ever, what? What are your thoughts on that? Well, I mean, it's it's you point to the Oklahoma City days, right? And and the the goal was as much time as possible with with Russian and Katie on the floor together and they opted to to run somewhat substantial minutes. I remember correctly with with neither on the floor. So I, I guess that's my assumption is that that's what in Scott Brooks, those what he believes is the best thing to do is have your two best players on the floor as much as possible. So that's, that's what I would assume. Personally, I think we saw a nother layer to Bradley Beal this season of another level unleashed by by what what it was he did in that time without wall on the court. So ingenuity would are hopeful ingenuity from Brooke to it suggests that maybe there's a little bit more of that staggering. And even if he does firmly believe in a lot of times with those two stars out there, I think now. Now there's more reason to believe for like some confirmation that Bradley Beal really can do it when he's just the one on the floor. So I'm not. I'm not sure exactly. I, I'd like to see more, but how about you? Yeah, I've, I think might decision would never have both on the bench. So you always have. A good initiator on the court at all times. But I happen in so many MBA situations as coach. I mean, this is not the only example of this of the lack of cigarettes. So as a coach, what is what is the argument? Four, like having those quote bad units that don't have the initiator out there. I mean, they're not idiots as coach like scuppers in idiot, right? They're not. I think if you could give them true serum say, what are you really turn accomplish here? You know what? I'm gonna take twelve to fourteen minutes a game. Hope we break even in those fourteen minutes, some coaches, my best damn defensive unit on the court while those guys are on the bench and just try to hold serve. You will using different sports analogy here, but I do think the retreat is just we're going to try to break even when the word try to destroy you for the thirty two to three, three minutes that the court, I truly believe, and that's what you do a no, I would. I would split them up..
Wimbledon 2018 - No top-10 players in the women's quarterfinals? Not everyone surprised
"That shuns traditional medicine in favor of prayer and anointing the sick with oils plead guilty to negligent homicide and criminal mistreatment in the deaths of their premature newborn daughter who struggled to breathe for hours is family and friends prayed over her but did not seek medical care serena williams rolls on at wimbledon serena williams has produced her best win today to she stormed into the wimbledon quarterfinals taking just sixty two minutes debate the russian qualify at kenya rudeina six two six two in the upset ridden women's draw williams has yet to face a seeded player and that remains the case when she next takes on the italian camila giorgi there's ranked fifty two in the world john is not reach tastes i one molin quarterfinal in straightsets over stefanos city pass and next meets the canadian pal house meals round each wins also for roger federer and rafael nidal grandma's wimbledon i'm tim maguire ap radio news.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"World and the all star game but some of these guys are saying now i will take it this far there's a lot of guys that and i don't know if this scientific fact or not but that participate in the home run derby that are big homerun hitters and for some reason once they've participated and they set this up for the long home run they can't hit the ball out of the park in the second half of the season yeah that's just solved and the song we've seen this soft oh no when i know you and i i run our one hour and two minutes ago sixty two minutes ago and here's what i have noticed you are a shelf of the nba like you know one love the nba more than you do run home no speak facts tell me one thing i've told you that i was wrong today the nba is more popular than the nfl by far nobody likes to see hold outs and all that it's not good in in flag protests and i that good it's horrible i'm not saying the nfl league but how could you all right listen i don't want i don't wanna get there akash horrible i'm not wrong as a lot of people would know that okay we like football we like to we silver silver adam silver sat down with us in studio right now we said what league is more popular he'd say listen i hate to i hate to tell you the truth like this but the nfl is more popular hey let me ask you how does wash russell westbrook dress ridiculously oh but you know that right yeah i was cam newton dress i don't know i haven't seen too much of them the last thing i saw him getting negative press for crying during the super bowl and that's all i saw quinton during the super bowl you had somebody quit you engine you're talking about you got a good sport day when's your birthday cincinnati four baby i was born ready day all right let it know that don't forget it i know i don't want to wait to to our only get you a gift beforehand you mind if i get you i i to onto business card i wanted to say ryan hollins espn radio espn tv slash nba apologists would that be okay because this is going to be a greatly this you i've never i've never heard anything like this so yes wrong at tell me one line that i told you the brandon play eighty two games you don't know what russell westbrook dress like i who casual russell westbrook dresses like you do you don't gonna go watch space jam when lebron stars in it you don't wear michael jordan have you.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Of the bigger names and major league baseball ideally judge giancarlo stanton will not be participating in the home run derby next week in the nation's capital do their league can't afford it they can't afford for their best players not to show up not to be a part of every every little thing that they can be a part of now i get it though as a player you want to have some type of cation you want to have some type of arrests you don't want to be paraded around doing everything but they gotta understand their league needs them i had a great talk what adam silver you know one of the things atom expressed to me how much he appreciates lebron why because last year he didn't have to play eighty two it may have not even been the best choice for the brian james to play all eighty two games last year but lebron let's much like michael later in his career understands the value of fans actually needing them to participate understands the value of our league needing are stars to be shown so baseball make like lebron james in show up in these big name events do everything that you can do to help your league to help your legacy because guess what other kit need it well here's the thing i will throw back you though slam dunk contest you don't get a lot of the big names in the nba no you don't and it has been the same that's a little higher of a risk than homerun derby if the guy's slips on a banana peel and a dunk contests it's not gonna be too good but you did see lebron james in all star games you did see him all year long in guess what you're gonna see aaron judge in the all star game you're going to see you know bryce harper's of the world and the all star game but some of these guys are saying now i will take it this far there's a lot of guys that and i don't know if this time typic factor not but that participate in the home run derby that are big home run hitters and for some reason once participated and they sit there swing up for the long home run they can't hit the ball out of the park in the second half of the season yeah that's just soft and that saw all we've seen this soft oh no i might not when i know you and i i made one hour one hour and two minutes ago sixty two minutes ago and here's what i have noticed you are a shelf of the nba like you know one love the nba more than you do run homes no speak facts tell me one thing i've told you that was wrong today the nba is more popular than the nfl by far nobody likes to see hold outs and all that it's not good in in flag protests and i that good it's horrible on the nfl league but how could you listen i don't want to get their akash horrible i'm not wrong it's a lot of people would know that okay we like football we like to see adam silver sat down with us studio right now we said what league is more popular he'd say listen i hate to hate to tell you the truth like this the nfl is more popular hey let me ask you how does wash russell westbrook dress ridiculously oh but you know that right yeah cam newton dress i don't know i haven't seen too much of them the last thing i saw him is getting negative press for crying during the super bowl and that's all i saw quinton during the super bowl you had somebody quit you engine you're talking about you got a good sport when's your birthday tinson eighty four baby i was born ready day all right no that don't forget it i know i don't wanna wait too long to our only get you a gift beforehand do you mind if i get you.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"And listen if you want she was so vulnerable and raw and real and you guys just really loved her she resonated with the audience on that episode we talked about smoothies meditation being a mother and we briefly discussed her eating disorder so after that episode aired michael and i saw that there was space to go deeper with this topic and i started to really research eating disorders and found out that at least thirty million people of all ages and gender stuffer from an eating disorder in the united states i also found that every sixty two minutes at least one person dies is direct result from an eating disorder eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness and thirteen percent of women over fifty engage in eating disorder behaviors so i just felt like it was extremely important to bring the right guest onto the show to discuss this horrible illness we felt that melissa was perfect because she's not a doctor so none of this advice feels clinical it's just feels authentic and it feels like she's sharing her journey to me this episode is beautiful i think melissa is just really a beautiful person on the inside and the outside and there's no one better to sort of talk about this disease so i hope michael hopes we hope that this episode can be impactful for anyone who's out there struggling with an eating disorder to know you're not alone and now i'll introduce melissa so melissa would tap in burke is a mom wife certified yoga and plots teacher wellness coach meditators and thriving on a plant based diet her life wasn't always like this like i said for years she struggled with severe anxiety painful cystic acne in an awful eating disorder will discuss her journey in this episode her website contains tons of beautiful plant based recipes lots of low intensity workouts and raw real conversations on her youtube channel her goal now is to help people become their best self through movement principles mindful eating and meditation she lives in new york city with her husband and son an ice should also note that she's pregnant and just so so cute with that we'll be back with melissa after this break so let's talk about one of our favorite brands thrive market we love thrive you should love thrive and thrive market should love all of us here in the skinny confidential him and our community because so many of us are customers so thrive market if you are new to the show this may be your first interaction with the brand and if you're a regular listener this will be a good reminder as to why you should using thrive if you don't already i just ordered a bunch of stuff from my cold including silver spray and i'm waiting eagerly for it to get here so if you don't already use thrive let me tell you why you should do you like doing things the hard way nobody does and thrive is your answer it's easy inefficient it's still amazing to me that in two thousand eighteen some people don't use the service so thrive it's your one stop online shopper all things.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!
"It's because i'm so hungry we really play a little game i love games all right i love games two and now we're gonna talk about what exercise you could do to swap out the calories you ate from whatever it is that you ate that you probably didn't want to eat or that you accident eight or that you want to indulge in so you're into play let's do it all right first up you go to work in the morning sometimes as a doughnut in the conference room unless you work here this never it in the conference room but say there is right and you eat a doughnut has about two hundred fifty calories okay and if you wanna walk that off at lunch how long do you think you'd have to walk to walk off the two hundred and fifty calories i'll say twenty five minutes twenty five minutes okay what's your guess two hundred and fifty calories worth of donut i'm gonna say forty five minutes give to walk sixty two minutes and that's if you wear one hundred and fifty pounds so you probably way around that maybe a little more you list you just insulted him sixty two busy oh oh yeah you're right right there come on what sixty two oh aren't there no you're perfect right the sixty two minutes two minutes for your hundred and fifty pounds guessing we whatever fifty pound bike for your hundred fifty pound person and by the way all exercise when you go to the gym and use the machines it's based on one hundred and fifty pounds if you weigh one hundred ten or one hundred twenty pounds you are burning waylon and if you're a man in your way your large man and you weigh over two hundred you're burning way more so that's good for you bad for the small women but it's just information next up a glass of wine so let's have a glass of wine has about one hundred and fifty calories let's say you want out for the night and you are luckily to place where you can dan.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"This all maybe very happy guacamole can help you hook up apparently if you're looking for sex having some guacamole or at least mentioning it in your dating profile can help you get laid mentioned guacamole in a message got you a hundred fourteen percent more replies than not mentioning whackamole if you're dating online so don't say i never touch anything because apparently if you're like wanna get some guac and chips i would actually spoke whackamole good chance for you that night some luck and some happiness an apple a day can help you roll in the hay apparently if you in apple everyday it can improve lubrication and overall sexual function so keep that in mind next time you're the grocery store i had a thing for apple's going up telling you when i was a kid and ultimate twenties i literally had green apples in the house and i don't know i don't anymore but i'm going to get some more apples it's a good reason to apple's men and women think about sex more than food so there was a study that found that women think about sex once every fifty minutes compared to men who think about every twenty eight minutes when it comes to food women think about it every sixty two minutes while men think about every thirty minutes so women think about food less than once an hour as the average women i'm not really sure but i'm glad to think that we're all thinking about sex more frequently like all these things that we hear about like men are the ones who are thinking about sex all the time or men are the ones who wanted no women we equal opportunities here we think about sex we want sex enjoy sex and some foods can mess with your sex drive there was a sex educator and she found that some major players you guys major players like dairy in carbohydrates can mess with your testosterone levels and thereby your sex drive i'm not saying you gotta throw it all the dairy and carbohydrates right now i just think if you're like every single meal you're having tons of dairy and tons of carbs it probably says a lot about your overall health so just like everything else you guys the more balan.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Second leg of the champions league thank you jay dubb's for dreaming up that excruciating idea draw the step into an iron maiden by a book pleased by it for the love of god by for everyone in your life who's going to watch the world cup men in blazers dot com along with living the nightmare living the dream scarves and the tournament for this summer's football orgy which lies ahead okay rose talking football orgies time to get to the football so the football going to open this kind of bird city of the title up the top four seems apparent the relegation zone looking for more fatal yet we got the automotive of the venga farewell tour now but if ever the premier league needed european they playoffs i think it's this season do it premier league so we can watch the end of the premier league season like the beginning of the nba playoffs without same energy that same thrill with it's so hot right now i raise my bird to the idea of a late season premier league that's got more to be excited about than just the prospect of the rcn versus joe saito fights the football obviously on the end the card in slightly more personal news i also want raise my logger to jeff o p at mine that data who diagnose where constant hearing matab make noises like drink coffee loudly he tweeted a think roggio have mississippi neha mysterious affliction in which seemingly homeless yet repetitive sounds on the jange an anxiety so a racist bird to gop doctors who needs web md but fam blood fem thank you jeff ooh peas i'm a sick man we've got help beat this terrible curse that law okay raj to pull the only single elimination tournament still going on in england the fa cup man united to tottenham one united comeback one nil down to reach their twentieth fa cup final spurs took the lead on eleven minutes or a deadly alley finish and floss united got back on level terms beer at twenty four th minute alexis header on sixty two minutes and to harare stead what ended up being the winner past michelle born an important win for the marino spins zone here roach.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Are a nobody there ever been away a heel the hill there's no attractive fucking people there and they're discolored of this is off and and i'm sitting here gone my mobs look at it don't you like that i said mom this turned off you didn't even want your mom to be out that the giving of honor at the i'm not madam disappointed tree that's which is asterix and you could get hold on robbie member all your he talked about the whole he'll thing he just took a shot at the entire crowd right there this city sounded like me from the phnom poses gonzaga downey's there the uh larry with one a year one in your trainees is is killing it marina ghardaia right now yana peraza you know she's fucking really good was then against ukraine's with fucking damien and he has are going to fucking our all the fucking time and he said you gotta get her and karen made a goal fucking are one of these fucking shows on on it's funny you say that because on monday night something long wrestling lot just in the ring action happen not a lot of bullshit not allow chitchat or the first hour and thirty five forty minutes rate how long was like it's like the first two hours of raw yeah and also the first two hours rojas wrestling basically it elimination match with all their top guys was their top guys wrestling each other since rollins one for sixty two minutes i think yes sixty two minutes straight which is something it was the longest time one competitor has ever been in a matching we history and the longest match in wwe history and i believe they set eighty was riveting like everybody was watch it has stick everybody with watch like it was such a change of pace from the usual like raw begins you either get kurt angle or steph anemic mantra church twenty minutes at a show setting things up.
"sixty two minutes" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Again worrisome because of that's worrisome for the long run not this year i would worrisome when house gives his hamstring flies off his leg in tubes like what do you mean you can't give it a go he needs some rest you need two of those you coward arteaga playing point guard an power forward wait what i know who they had they've gorji dang draw crawford jamal crawford they they barbeques shabazz denied yup the it okay there are still not the worst yeah delivered and then over time as you said so yeah that's that's both of our uh standings no pelicans up at your gone i thought she said pelicans in the playoffs couple shows ago i i want to believe it but who though add if i mean let's pissed off the denver denver's out pelicans are in the skittish but don't don't you know that they had the number one offense after november 15th yokich with plant sixty two minutes gang don't you don't you get it man people do like to have like such like it's like a 50 game sample they point to it's like they had that i'm on offense why weren't they winning games thing ask him what the deepened was it was the worst other was 29th or 30th excuse me so it's like at number one offense and the absolute worst defense a would uh would it would we do we saying year i mean millsap should help both of those things you can't really help number one uh but melt the defense should be better but i've i really like they have also a very strong phoenix suns vibe today where like five years ago arrows i got phoenix watch out the center when fifty games and then they'd get like to have your back in the fucking draft uh big back and it was the exact same thing to like this offense this offense is often go being incredible they have a lot of question bikes i think jamal murray can play as we've said many times last year he was playing incredibly well and he had to sport chinese i don't even if you get two of those with the exact same time.