37 Burst results for "Ten Fifteen Minutes"

Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League

ESPN FC

02:08 min | Last week

Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League

"How bad we're asking today. They will awful. I forty five minutes was terrible. Done for to make it. He wrote a leak fond. Louis no aggression about that. There was getting around the pitch. It was all really slow and pedestrian. Or i thought they had a decent going in the last ten fifteen minutes of the game but that was just desperation. They were way off eiffel over the two legs. I thought they would have went through. I thought it'd be to pacey l'oreal they will naive in the first leg. You try to be too small to cut up. Because that's playing a false nine tonight. You still awfully took young off with ten minutes to go brought lockers on one or play. The pair william came on had no effect whatsoever that brought eddie and are on on the not minutes for three or four minutes of the game so all in all to the real tell you deserve to go through. Explain this theory semifinal of the aropa league your only chance cancer the champions the and you come out and you in turgid performance. I'm afraid you have to look at the monitor. You know the fact that don't said other than a little florida with ten fifteen minutes to go at the end really in such a big game. I'm sorry we can. We can say that players have to motivate themselves. When they're on the field they have to get gone and this is their responsibility but say before the game the mine you should have been thrown the through every single one of them winding them up maintenance shirley new home important game was making shielding you important. It was to start the game war. Mccan shooting you important was to put pressure on villa. We up none of those things happen to fifteen minutes to go on. Shed mean not that has to be done to tetra coaching stuff. It's not a bad teams shot when you look at the qualities of expensive players arab bamiyan pathway thomas party of course soccer up and coming english attacker a lot of excitement around the him but there was just nothing nothing osmose perspective even a little excited about. Today

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Fresh update on "ten fifteen minutes" discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

00:39 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ten fifteen minutes" discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Bulbs to call matt anymore. Led's agreed pretty realistic. We're just kidding beta really. Call us to do that stuff. I feel like i need to clarify. Thanks for clarifying their vacation. Man but besides that mindset stuff It was. I thought it's just like there's a lotta easy excuses. That we all are a lot of us carry like unconsciously The whole thing like better than me. Or i'll just do it myself anything you know. And it's like or the cost thing. Yeah like you brought up. Yeah i mean. I think for for me just beginning to myself the the biggest one that i run into that resonates with me the most is like it's quick. Just do it real quick well and that's the same thing as to do so. Yeah really quicker. I'll do it myself. thing but we've had these conversations. There's like certain things that we both do. Were super guilty. You definitely in the tekere. Something in that regard. You know that's changed to. You're actually fricking good. It's me the name as far as i know. But we're we're we're we're both getting better at it. I mean just this little lead the week that we're recording this No last week actually got something off my plate. Jacob took something over that. I was doing twice a week every single week for the past four years at. I've literally done it myself twice a week for four years now and and i for some reason i was like in my head about this off to somebody else because i'm like it's just it's such a quick little thing i feel weird giving this to somebody else because i can just do this real quick. It takes me. You know fifteen minutes twice a week to do it But now i it's not about the time is what i realize. It's about the mental space in the like the key. The opportunity cost of what i could be doing that. Fifteen minutes and the like when i was on vacation right when i did our road trip Like i still bust out my laptop I was gone for eleven days. So i had to do this specific task three times on the trip and so three times on the trip i had to bust out my laptop. Spend the ten fifteen minutes doing this thing put away with my laptop and get back to my vacation essentially right and so it things like that i. They're off my brain now. I don't have to think about that. Again how cool is that and yeah it seems so simple but you were able to unload it immediately. Yeah i'll end. It's it's just really cool. It's and nothing's been broken. Something and i know how to do it. And we have a system for it and you know when jacob goes on a vacation and he needs somebody to do it. You know maybe that time i. i'd make an exception. I'm kind of curious what he would Would would say about that. Like you know the person who runs that systems on vacation. So is it cool. If i jump in there do that like two days. That matt would be you. Make your own rules all right. I know dale would want me to do yes. Good boy matthew. You are granted to.

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Unexpected Light Pollution

Astronomy Cast

01:53 min | Last month

Unexpected Light Pollution

"Day by day we're losing our connection with the night sky already. One-third of humanity lives in so much light pollution that they can't see the milky way without a drive and now satellite constellations are any additional light pollution even in the darkest guys on earth and we will get into that topic at the second but first let's have a break and we're back. So can you see the qa from your backyard. Pamela i can just not very dramatically we have unfortunately those tax historic looking not actually historic streetlights that the international dark sky association complains about where you have a poll with a teardrop on top and because they're fake historic lights actually really bright. Led's inside of them and and so they make a fair amount of light pollution so even in my small town. It's we can see it. We just can't see the details senate. It's not bad for me. I can definitely see it from my backyard. Where i grew up. Its much darker. But i can see the milky way. I can see fainter fainter objects in the sky from my backyard. I can do some mediocre astronomy in our town is maybe twenty five thousand people where i live and so but we're surrounded by darkness and so i just have to go driving. Maybe ten fifteen minutes and they get too much darker skies but when you look at those dark sky maps for some people who live say on the eastern seaboard of the united states or in europe. There's there's no where they can go within half a day's drive away to get into the place where they can actually start to see the milky way. It's heartbreaking

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Fresh update on "ten fifteen minutes" discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

00:56 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ten fifteen minutes" discussed on The Confessionals

"Outside so like we sure yup and like get to the window reach out regret it you pull it in and then kinda just push up against the window and we're just like really quite my friends and the with the girl and i just got my hands pushed up against the board and we're like really quite and then we hear like walk right next to the window and it's standing there. I think it might have hurt us. Be as quiet as possible. But obviously that's not gonna happen so it standing there outside here. Breathing again is making that noise. I mean really years. And i'm just like this is like i'm just thinking in my head over didn't go rizzoli away and then we like it just gets quiet and i'm not sure it's still there. I mean sure. Walk off so i'm not gonna move the board And then you start hearing like walk away from the window and it sounds like it's going towards offense grows truck And then i'll just share like start fading away and i was like okay. I think it's gone. Like i looked for my friend slick tijuana and he's like let's go slowly. Put the bore down and then I i look out the window to see what's like see. It's still there and i'm just looking out the window for a couple of seconds Like a kind of like glanced toward my finding like. I think it's gone. Klesko go so i owe the first one to go through so i put my sweater back on the window. I crawl back through the window and then My sweater falls. So i went to go pick it up and then i hear something So like right behind on facing the window sweater. And i hear behind the i hear a little twig break and that is that same thing. Just i don't like. Oh my god i i look back and i don't see anything and like i'm like i'm like i'm shock. I'm like i'm like i'm scared. I don't know what to do or what's going on or what's gonna happen. And i looked toward my friends. Slowly because it's pretty dark was trees where And it's cloudy. So i can really see so i just looked at him and i was like oh stack and he was like okay like breaking breaking and get it to me so he does he breaks and he shakes the goes to like lighten it up. Hands it to me slowly and then like as soon as he gives it to me i grab it turn around and i just chuck listening toward where i heard the sounds coming from and it was between a tree and where my Crushes truck is parked I chuck toward their With no like. I wasn't aiming thing i was just like okay. I'm here. I do it and this thing. It was like maybe five five and a half feet tall and it was very like i mean like brown longish curly hair and it just jumps out from behind a tree and grabs the goal stick and then jumps in the back of my girlfriends. Truck crashed his truck. And as soon as i saw that. 'cause like those looking through it. I saw a crowd and big little is gone and always like ice cream is like the fox and they turned around really quick. And i didn't put i care to put the sweater back on the glass. I just wanted to get away from this thing. So i turn around and i just don't do that little window and like i got cuts on the arms My pants got torn up from the glass. But at the moment in the moment i didn't feel like i was just like all the adrenaline was kicking in and as soon as they jumped through the window. I grabbed that board that we got an i turned around in a hurry up and push it against the window again. That was just like breathing. Really hard as like trying to keep it quiet as possible but i was breathing really hard like like i. My friends like the just like you like. What did you see i was. And he's like what like what is it like. Don't idea but it's it's it's it's it's it's it's standing on two feet and it's it it it it just jumped out to cost like oh my god and my spend crush the girl she started like cheering up a little bit and you just gawk shorter which is around. Like i think it's okay. We're like if anything will will defend you and just like with the board against the window. I'm like shaking still trying to catch my breath and then like i said it's only wit like on the my arm and like bleeding and we're there for maybe Let's see ten fifteen minutes You like like a quarter of the way that i asked my son like can you can you. Can you imagine the all the window. And he's like yeah so he kinda retried places. And i'm just like over there and i'm like the crap bleeding. Do so like a asked my fan lei making you can you can you. Can you beat your shirt and like what like. Yeah like you to give me one of your shirts. like why don't in here and he's like okay. Fine so you wanna shirt and canada's wrap around my arm a little bit And wants to fifteen ten fifteen minutes as by you don't hear anything So really maybe maybe it's gone. Maybe boorda waiting for us so he lowered the thing and he was like all right. Let's go and i was like okay. Well you go first. I'm not gonna go first so you can go. And the gives him his k her keys he unlocks it And then he kinda just kinda just like looking around keeping a lookout can sure. This thing doesn't come back And then i help her through And then i come through and then we just like slowly make our way toward the her truck. Because you don't wanna make that much noise I got in the backseat. She got on the driver and the passenger and we got in. She turned it on and we just left and we kinda just like like like he just took. What did you see any describe to me what you saw and i was like it looked.

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Jared Graybeal: Self-Care to Before You Burnout

Self Made Strategies

07:50 min | 2 months ago

Jared Graybeal: Self-Care to Before You Burnout

"Start about how this all came together. I mean you've written this book about focusing on growth and best practices to help yourself come stay focused on growth of course but primarily focused on growth while at the same time avoiding mental burnout. Which right now. I think is a great thing to be talking about. Because a lot of people because of the covid nineteen pandemic just being stuck indoors a lot more partial quarantines uncertainty about going outside and being able to interact with other people are going through these cycles of sort of highs and lows and then hitting plateaus in terms of mental burnout. So let's start with that. How did you come up with the idea for the self help. Oh so basically. I was inspired about three years ago to lead a group at church that i used to attend In a pastor at the time win me to start a group around biblical leadership and entrepreneurship. And i started teaching. Something called taming. The line which is a four part series now decided. I wanted to write a book called taming the lion. The problem was i'm i would never consider myself to be a high level rider. I got average grades throughout like english class in literature in high school and college and so that just became like a self fulfilling prophecy of thinking that i'm not a good writer so with that being said i spent a year on trying to write this book and i guess you could say i got writer's block however one of my good friends a long time ago inspired me to start writing blogs which is much less of a responsibility than like writing a book And you don't have to think that you're a great writer to write a blog at three hundred words or five hundred words thousand works and so i started writing this blog just because of a regular cadence of writing one every month or two. It was called five ways to never stop growing in. This blog ended up being. Don't remember eight thousand words or something which is way longer than my normal blog In normally what i do is i'll write a blog and record it onto my podcast in like ten fifteen minutes this would have been like forty five minutes away too long for a typical structure and i thought about it. It was what. I thought to be a great blog but it was way too long and i thought you know i left a lot out. I could revisit this teaching expand on it may be true three times longer in publishing as a bump to get some experience publishing a book so that we could revisit the original idea. And that's what i did in so it was a lot easier to tackle the idea of writing a book whenever you already sort of created the manuscript as a blonde format way less of a commitment. And so that's what i did and i just revisited. Each thing and i created an intro and in altro whatever conclusion and pursue publishing agency in did all the steps to get where we are now. Yeah that's really cool. and so. How did you overcome sort of that initial imposter syndrome to begin with because you hit writer's block you're already convincing yourself going into it that you're not really a great writer and i know that the the blog helps and impart the podcast has been the same for me right. I kind of wanted to develop more content for myself. Now i'm an attorney fulltime. That's sort of my that is my full-time gig and so writing was more writing was not what i want so i thought to myself you know how. How can i get more content out and obviously you could. Do you know instagram. Or linked in stories or record yourself in post those videos as a sort of log series instead or something along. Those lines develop a youtube channel. There are multiple avenues in the blog. Was that for you but in your story there you talk about how that first year you hit a lot of writer's block. How did you overcome that and get yourself back on track. It's all by getting the reps in. I'm not a person that thinks. I'm particularly great at a lot of things but i do aspire to be and so i know the the practical approach to that is just to keep trying in the best way for me is to keep for example. If i wanted to write a book. I need to write a bunch of blogs. Because if i can't think through finishing this big hairy audacious goal. I can at least commit to a five hundred word blog from time to time and honestly from me. What helps me. Because i never thought myself and i still don't really consider myself to be a great writer but i know that i'm a relatively good teacher in speaker and so a lot of times when i'm inspired to speak on something naturally Why have to put an outline together. So i can speak on this topic in it ends up being a blog so i sort of immersed engineer that thought process of like why know that. I'm pretty good at speaking of teaching. What in order to get there. I need to write an outline. Let me ride outline for a teaching and then that thought process becomes way easier than like. I need to write a blog this month. Should i ride on. It's really more or less would want wanna teach on. And then how do i write an outline for that in building with you know the content necessary so for me. That's it. I just find a half on like how can i don't particularly like riding. But i love the outcome. I love to teach. I love to encourage empower others to live happier healthier lives and so in order to do that. You need you need content is the key. So that's how i approach it. Yeah and i like the way that you put that that you you know that that sort of a weakness for you but you do like the the dopamine that you get from the end result so you can have reverse engineered to how to make it work for yourself and that you like to talk and that got me to thinking when you were talking just now that in a lot of ways that's also another thing that you could do certainly is just record yourself with your phone for example and then take that recording and sort of transcribe it and clean it up and that's already done some of the writing for you really really cool interesting so without giving away your secret sauce because we do want people to go. Check out your book on amazon. Obviously that's part of the reason that you publish the begin. With of course but sorta at a high level without giving away the secret sauce. What can people expect from the book. And what types of best practices are you. Providing people s in the book has been described by multiple people that have left reviews and stuff That it's basically add to do this on how to be a better person and that's perfect for me now. Being unquote better person is totally relative. But again like in the broad general sense of the phrase. that's what i wanted it to be The book's title is the self help book six practical ways to never stop growing. I'm extremely practical person almost to a fault. So this book will give you A lot of thought provoking questions. But then it'll give you practical approaches to overcoming some of the obstacles in your lie and of course the six things confidence competence clarity commitment connections and character right and so i believe that in every season or chapter page of the book of life that you're living in you can grow in one of these areas if not more. It's not all right now. Committing to grow in. All of them is a again. Another big hairy audacious goal may be too big of a task to try to conquer away but even for me. Since i wrote the book picked it back up three or four times. Read through a specific right. If i'm going to be traveling. I'm going to revisit. The connections chapter in brush up on my skills with meeting people in all the creative ways to do that. If i'm having a hard time at work. And i think maybe my leadership ability is is we come to revisit the character thing say it mirrors in my team right and so the book has these steps In these different approaches based off of tried and true principles psychology in my personal experience In the again it's like is less than one hundred pages. You could sit down and read it in two hours. Because i wanted it to be a tool and not another task.

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Personalization: How to Get Buy-In From Leadership

Daily Sales Tips

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Personalization: How to Get Buy-In From Leadership

"Real quick one but i get asked this question a lot. Hey christina yes. Personalization works sometimes. It can take a little bit longer if you get down this rabbit hole of research. But how do i get my team. And more importantly my leadership to understand the importance of personalization and so with this really goes back to really. The root of the question is how do i justify the time. I'm spending verses making fifty calls. Maybe i'm taking you know ten fifteen minutes per prospect really personalizing my outreach to try to get a higher return. And here's what i usually say. First and foremost don't piss off your leadership. We all have different goals. We all have different metrics that were held by their their for reason. So keep doing what you need to do. Fight the good game. What i usually tell people to do is whether it's on this side or you know kind of looping in your leadership team and say. Hey i'm going to keep hitting my metrics but i just want you to know. I think it's really important to test this new method of outreach takes a little bit more time but i am more than happy to carve out some time in test this on. Let's just say twenty five to fifty prospects right. I will present the data to you. Leadership team on was this fruitful. Doesn't make sense for maybe me to test this a little bit more and then it could turn into a situation where your leadership team is like. Hey all right you're onto something. How about you kind of go all in on that. We think it might be fruitful. Let's keep the rest of the team moving until he kinda flush this out some more. So i say there's two things here you know. Don't be afraid to kind of stand up. And say hey. I think it might make sense to test this. And here's why and here's helen. Going to test it without detracting away from my core responsibilities but to also be able to make that internal business case right and if it turns out that you have to go and do that at night. I prospect at night. Sometimes it's the best time. It's the quietest time if it turns out. You have to run that test at night and then kind of piggyback and ask for forgiveness and say hey i did this over the course at three nights this week. It's been really fruitful. I've booked x amount of meetings gotten this many replies etc and do it

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How to Prep Podcast Interviews and Maximize Your Titles

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

04:18 min | 3 months ago

How to Prep Podcast Interviews and Maximize Your Titles

"Dumbest question ever so. Yeah they don't answer it like any. It's always this is the greatest deal it's like thinking you know what we're going to have for dinner. The one thing. I started with my interviews. I just had one today where somebody contacted me and of course. Let me introduce you to you. Know bruce smith whatever just making up the name Bruce's cured cancer. He invented sliced bread and probably has the cure for covid in his back pocket. But none of that ties to how like none of that is really what my audience wants to hear. And if they if somebody comes across That like one was about Being more productive. And i was like well. That's not really but maybe in january when we're all with our mike how to be more productive and get organized with your podcast. That might be a subject. So i emailed them. I said would you be interested in doing a a quick pre interview like ten fifteen minutes just to see we're going to connect and and just even if we do a pre interview because i've never met you. I reserve the right to not publish are episode. And if you're cool with that i'd be happy to interview you. And that way in the event somebody just doesn't click or whatever. It's like why i told you. I reserve the right not to publish it. Because i picture myself as a goalie and my audience is behind me and everybody and their brother is trying to hand. You know get there they want to like. Hey that guy's got an audience. Let's get in front of it. And i'm like you know not that i I'm i guess. I am kind of super picky. If it's if it doesn't make me excited to hear about it it's not gonna excite my audience and it only takes a few episodes boring than before they go. I'm tired dave. What's next and then they start searching because whatever one point six million podcast shoes from so on their probably subscribed twenty and so two or three in a row or boring now. They just start ignoring the next when it comes through. You know you flip through there and it shows you. And i and i've i've i've been saying you know. Listen i've been reengaging with the book. Atlas shrugged on listening for the second time will the books you know. Eighty four hours long. We'll so it is. I think it's i think four eighty four hours. It's like a thousand twelve hundred pages and yeah well. I haven't listened to a podcast in forty days. Because i'm close to finishing in so when i go there it shows me in all my new episodes. Let's see the last episode that it last time it downloaded or okay so it was the last time. So we're recording us on november twentieth. The last episode. Where actually have things. Through september twenty third. That's how long it's been since. I refer so when i click on and i'm not going to do it. Now when i click on down to refresh you know my podcasts. I will have three hundred. Four hundred podcast to choose from. People will never make the cut again. I will never listen to their episode again. Because their last one or two that i listened to were were not really like i don't know i just didn't get anything out of some would be looking for the ones where it's like. I can look at that title. And i can look at that person go. That's the one. I want to listen to because i've got limited you know i've got three hundred. I can choose from. But i can only listen to about fifteen which fifteen are going to make the cut. It's probably gonna be like now four or five people and now those are the only four or five. Podcast i listen to until the new episode of hardcore history comes out and then i have to listen to that one and you said the magic word. I'm gonna look at that title. I always tell people. I see people absolutely just like their titles on fire. Because like 'cause if you think about it when you start up a tv something starts playing when you start the radio something starts playing you. Fire a podcast app. Nothing's going on. And when i see that it's you know the bruce smith show episode twenty-seven that does not make me want to click on that. But if it's like you know how to get more done save time earn money whatever it is if it's something how i'm gonna benefit or something that makes me go. Wait what's that. And i see. People waste that all the time. They'll put the they'll spell out the word episode episode twenty seven and i'm like and then it's like episode twenty. It's bruce michaud episode twenty-seven interview with plo. And you go. What's who was. Always paul mccartney but that's

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Making working remotely work well with John Vuong, owner, and founder of Local SEO Search

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

09:49 min | 3 months ago

Making working remotely work well with John Vuong, owner, and founder of Local SEO Search

"For today's episode. And we're really excited to welcome john von as my guest in. He is the ceo of local seo search incorporated. John welcome thanks for having me on. I'm excited to be on your show today. Great so some of you are listening. Might be saying so what does it. Seo search many has to do with when people thrive companies thrive. And what i have to say is as re getting prepared for our interview. John and we're going to talk about working remotely and funny enough. There's a recent episode a just published on if you don't offer remote work options you're going to go the way the dinosaurs so john should jump into it. So tell me about your company had been working remotely all this time or was it a something that you had to implement because of the pandemic and other environmental issues perhaps. Yeah definitely Well thanks for the intro. I started this agency eight years ago so twenty thirteen and the reason i started was Actually i i worked in advertising sales for ten years and the instead longest in was working at yellow pages for five years and i did work in a corporate environment. I went into the office couple times a week But i had a book of business so it was more of a freedom kinda urine sales environment but it was more my independent business portfolio book of business by went in service clients so the last two years at yellow pages. I actually was home-based remote. So i had an idea of how to structure my day how to be disciplined how to perform well Being really focused on metrics right count ability. Making sure that i delivered on all the you know whatever was renewables or up sales or whatever my my boss at the time manager directors advised me to hit targets so fast forward when i first started the company as a business owner now. I didn't even know how to run a business. I was new at everything and just jumping into business. Ownership is completely different mindset as running and working as an employee because all the structures were in place all the processes procedures all the departments. Were already there. So when i first started. It was a little bit more challenging. Getting my foot off the ground. Yes i was a sales. Were up so it was out there selling. But they didn't know how to do all the stuff in the back end. So i had to harvest and learn all that the reason i started a hiring remote was costs mainly and getting understanding what it took when i first started You know working remote in at yellow pages. And i was looking for very specific skill sets based on what i harvest right so i learned a lot in terms of like hiring training evolving. My my staff. And i found that anyone in the world can work in this industry right because it is online marketing digital advertising and as long as customers get good results digitally. They don't really know or care where you're located. I'm very upfront and honest and pure in terms of letting people know anything. They want in terms of my industry. My business and how it operates how he got started but honestly clients all they care about is results who you are as a business person in a human. You know the the leader of it all manning the ship and what is your track record. What is success stories and if you can prove to customers that you know what you're doing and you can get good success and results. They will vet and user gut to decide if they wanted to choose you over someone else. So i've learned that over the years like just yourself right. They either like your and same with harvesting good employees. That are remote. Just be honest right. Let people in on what you're doing they either are with you in terms of value wise and your your leadership and your you know your company or not right and that's okay because there's a lot of people out there that are willing to jump with your your company or not same with clients like the not everyone's going to be a great client. You just learning revolve over the years. So what i find interesting in listening to your story that you know you just started out remote because you've had that experience with yellow pages and then it sounds like that there might have been some education of potential clients and customers but we work remotely whatever. And what's interesting is from. The internal side were hearing from from individuals who are looking to find new employment because their current employer is insisting that they come into work in person and these employees. Don't feel comfortable. And so they're leading. And so what. I find interesting. Is you as an organization may have had to educate your clients about. Here's the value of us working remotely and and the fact that you're looking at the end game. The results are happy clients. Who are well served and does it matter how they are being starved. Zombie well-served so that's the external part. On what you had to say about those companies who internally or say no. Don't we have to be in person and love to lead it. Yeah it all depends on corporate culture. Right it all depends on what's mandated at the top and for more tech startups and companies are more advancing in terms of pro. Just being more forward thinking. I i would say because peop- there's going to be a generation of people that are old school mentality. They're so used to go into a factory. Going to large corporate multinational company with a structure. They clock in clock out. They want to be completely in control and they want to know that even though there might not be as productive they see them. They're right and it's more of a control thing. However i look at more. Like i want the best in terms of my staff wellbeing productivity and less stress and i feel if you harvest a good work environment they will stick with you for a lot longer because you're looking after them and it's more of a good fit for both parties so it all depends right because again do factory kind of work environment or even give you an example. My wife works at a bank. And it's a very large top. Five banks in canada corporate structure and she you know has been working in the office for the last fifteen years during this pandemic. She's move to more homebase because of the situation and we just have to adapt to it and she found that at the beginning was challenging. Because we have a child at home it was more about trying to work around life. Dif- different things that are thrown at us all right But as the months and months gone she found a groove h. He found like you wake up a little bit later. You get more sleep. You're less stressed commuting into the office instead of spending forty five minutes to an hour getting on a train or driving to the office. She saves at my having slow. You know having coffee or breakfast in the morning spending more time less stressed right being as productive as she was in the office but just using technology for you know meetings yes. You don't get that social interaction where you go out for coffee and lunch with people. But maybe there's pros and cons to that as well because when you're done doing that copy break it takes you a you know. Ten fifteen minutes to get back in the groove of actually focusing on productive were but now you're onus is doing ed at work at home and you will productive because you can actually. There's no less distractions. I would say right. And you can actually focus. So i've harvested alive these traits over the years of doing this and even prior yellow pages and whatnot So i've i've kinda got a good groove by doing this for over ten years now right and it takes time and it's not for everyone and it's totally okay to acknowledge that and employees employers. They have to realize there's going to be different types of people for different positions and they have to accept it. They got a fine good matches. Good alignment and focus on. What is the end. Goal is

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Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

"The with kevin mason every now and then when it comes to home fix up projects you get lucky and every now and then you don't get so lucky other day our garage door opener that kind of sits on the outside of the garage door the one you can just walk the keypad and go in was broken. Obviously it was a bad battery. No big deal. I'm going to replace the battery. Of course when i tried to do that. The leads to the battery broke. Didn't want to have to put on new leads for that. Little nine volt batteries order. They do go out and found a new replacement for the garage door. Opener super should be easy. But as i found over the years it's so simple projects. That should be easy. That often aren't in my case yesterday. I got lucky went out and finally did the quick adjustment got it all set up and actually got reprogrammed and was in and out in about ten fifteen minutes. I got lucky this time. Of course with that said the exhaust fan in our master bathroom. It's going bad starting to get noisy to have to be replaced. Will it be easy. I've got my fingers crossed. The last project was easy. Who knows how the next one is going to be. Isn't that always the case.

Kevin Mason
Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

"The with kevin mason every now and then when it comes to home fix up projects you get lucky and every now and then you don't get so lucky other day our garage door opener that kind of sits on the outside of the garage door the one you can just walk the keypad and go in was broken. Obviously it was a bad battery. No big deal. I'm going to replace the battery. Of course when i tried to do that. The leads to the battery broke. Didn't want to have to put on new leads for that. Little nine volt batteries order. They do go out and found a new replacement for the garage door. Opener super should be easy. But as i found over the years it's so simple projects. That should be easy. That often aren't in my case yesterday. I got lucky went out and finally did the quick adjustment got it all set up and actually got reprogrammed and was in and out in about ten fifteen minutes. I got lucky this time. Of course with that said the exhaust fan in our master bathroom. It's going bad starting to get noisy to have to be replaced. Will it be easy. I've got my fingers crossed. The last project was easy. Who knows how the next one is going to be. Isn't that always the case.

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Fall Ahead: Finals Prep

Next Up. Student Success!

05:59 min | 6 months ago

Fall Ahead: Finals Prep

"Tips that you had for students right now as they prepare to wrap up this semester. Yes so that's awesome question and one. That's very very very important. I think first and foremost take a deep breath rate. Just take a deep breath. Because you've mentioned so much is going on so much going on. So i know as a student many of our students. They're tired they're you know they're physically tired. They're mentally tired. They're stressed they're worried. So much is going on so just take a deep breath because not only are you tired. We're tired as well right back. What are you tired around. The i mean we just exhausted so across the board in one of the things. I like to tell my students is. We're in this thing together or we are in this thing together and i think been a huge theme for the pandemic. We are truly all in this thing together so just take a breath reach out when you need to reach out right know that there are different services. I know you've had different sessions about the counts counseling services and all these different services. Your professors your instructors. We're here as well. We want you to be successful. We want you to be healthy right. And so just take a deep breath right. We're here together reach out. We want you to be successful. So i'm here to help you and meaning of your instructors. We are here to help you hear norfolk state university so reach out. Take a breath. Don't don't be afraid to ask. We can't help you if we don't know that you need the help right so make sure. That's first and foremost retail then next. We honestly can't help. You know that you need that assistance so we are truly here for you then next thing when you are you know finals is coming but we still have the last few weeks to end up so i say as i told my students just the other day in our classroom. Let's focus so that we can finish strong like so. What do i mean by that. You still have material. You still have assignments prior to finals right that you need to do. So you know this is we are at that final phase. I'm a former runner. So it's like head down perfect form. You got exaggerate that form. Got the drive. You know you've really got to drive to get to that finish line. You're you're exhausted. So you gotta work on that form and you just gotta have your head down and you just gotta drive. Go just go for all out right. This is no time to give up and this is the time that we really have to be intentional. Truly focus on what needs to happen to finish strong. So what does that mean. Make sure that. I'm studying properly so that this current material are things that you don't have to touch on right so you know if you especially when you have that all inclusive binal right. Maybe if if you make sure that you knock out this stuff can go back to review the older material if that makes sense all right. So how can we make sure that we're studying properly and of the things. I was mentioning before. Was this thing called the study cycle. So see sandra mcguire study cycle. And this thing would it really talks about tells me to do. Is one preview. The material before gwen to class right so of course. That's nothing new. Your teachers tell you to do that unless i don't mean go. Sit down for a half hour. Forty five to look you know the topic. It really is a quick easy. Thirty preview flip through should take you five to ten minutes right seeing. Just familiarizing yourself. What's gonna be covered right. You can see big pictures you can see terms you know. Okay all right you know you just kind of glancing opening your brain in an in getting yourself ready impressed for the learning. That's going to occur so literally. This is something five ten minutes. No more than fifteen minutes of a quick preview not really studying you're just glancing you're previewing. You're familiar rising yourself getting ready. Then of course we're going to class right we know class attendants important so make sure these last few weeks that you are intentional. You're there you're there on time. You're there you're showing up. You're asking your questions your incentive you you already previewed so you know what's going to happen now when you hear about it maybe okay. You have some questions. Make sure you're asking those questions while you're in class now wants clashes over your task. Now is to review right. What happened right. Go back over those notes. Maybe you need to rewrite them. Right or whatever be the case but now i have to go back over that stuff and maybe formulate questions that you thought were cleared but may not be clear right and so this really should take ten fifteen minutes right so. I'm not telling you to really dive in and take forever to do this. It's just go back over your notes developed questions of something that might not have been clear right as we read something. I thought it was clear when she said that. But wait a minute. There's a small question about that. So you develop the questions right those off to the side and develop those kinds of questions. Then i'm going to set aside a time period. Maybe thirty minutes right. I'm going to set aside an intense study session. Thirty minutes thirty minutes guys. That's all i'm asking thirty minutes. We all got thirty minutes. He wasted thirty minutes. Doing who knows what we got thirty minutes. Just literally set aside schedule out that time and we're going to sit there and we are in but before you do that. I need you to task what you want to accomplish in that thirty minutes right. You've gone through the material you know what the material is so say. I want to cover this this this this topic right right that out be intentional. We're not just floating through. Okay what's this. What's this what's this. You know the material that's happened. You know so list out the topics that you want to cover or what you want to get accomplished in those thirty minutes. Sit down and do it right. Go back over that. Go over

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Interview with Julie Grahame

Photography Radio

07:47 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Julie Grahame

"Well. Hello everyone, and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine. My name is Scott Olsen, and today I have the real real pleasure of talking with Julie Graham Julie is a photo consultants, a curator, a judge. She is one of the most involved people behind the scenes in photography today and in a real pleasure to get the insight that she has about what our world looks like. Truly Good Morning. How are you? Good Morning I'm fine. Thank you how you doing. I'm doing. Well, it's a pleasant day out here on the prairie. Nice and sunny kind of data just just makes you happy to be here. Tell me about being a photo curator because. So many of us who are not professional photographers not working for a magazine or doing weddings and stuff wind up with you know thousands and thousands of images that we know mean something and might be good as a collection that have no idea what to do with them. Tell me how your work involves making sense out of the huge mass of photographs that we all wind up with. Well the last thing you want to send a photo consultant or editors thousands of images so This is true. Certainly you're GONNA pay a lot more for the privilege. I'm honestly Scott it really the answer is it depends who are you? What are you have? What are your goals? Are they realistic? Where do you WanNa be when WHO's your audience? All of these things are the preamble to even beginning to work with somebody. I think there are two aspects of being a photography consultancy. You can either just hire me to edit your images. Say You WANNA make a book proposal or You want to redesign your website and you're not sure will albums you want to have on there there and how many images should be in there. You don't need to talk to me don't hire me for an entire hour. You can just tell me what you need in some the images and and get get a decent price according me, and then there's the other ocean, which is why you're more involved we together for an hour two hours or however many hours you need. An, rarely drove down into those things that I that I just mentioned what's realistic for you and how you're going to get there, and you know the web is affording US access to lots more eyeballs than ever. So choice be very realistic with my clients as to whether having a book is really a an optional goal for them or whether they should perhaps be publishing their work online and trying to drive a new audience to that. Instead those kinds of things it's kind of like being therapist. Tell me what kind of insight you generally bring to a client. Because if if I do say I wanted to redesign my website, you have good taste, but you also have a business. Of, what works tell me what a typical conversation might involve somebody call because they want a new website or they want to figure out what to do with their work? How does that conversation proceed? Well, I would normally have ten fifteen minute chat with them and again, just kind of understand if you want to redesigned website launching a new website, who's it for? How are they going to find? It so that that branches off into other questions you have a prison Sloan, instagram generate one is your projects. Are they need? Can you find target audience? So we would drill down you know what do you have someone may think they have four different kinds of portfolios and I might look one hundred images and think there's really just one serous here and then we would have to talk about. What else do they have often photographers not the best editors of their work. So would not case over like to see more than less what are they doing until now? which what of that's been working for them and what hasn't depending on what kind of photographer they? They might be a commercial photographer trying to look for an appetizing clients in which case I would want to know can you tell me which brands you love you would think you would like to shoot for and do you really have work that you could approach them with go to find out who the director was for the latest Nike Campaign. So help people kind of do research think more clearly, you can't just spreads your images out across everywhere will come. To it, but it published my own photography magazine on the weapon. The worst thing is if someone sends me, a project is clearly something I would never publish because of never published anything like it before and it clearly not my taste. So being discerning makes you look more professional. So having all those kinds of questions and oftentimes photographers not sure I've had people really resist me on these questions as well but I think it's super important. I don't think anyone can afford to say who my audience is yet if you're not really sure you really need to find. So, again, you're not gonna be sending someone thousands of images, but you're GonNa win be sharing enough so that I can really get a proper sense of you know maybe where I think you should be I might find images that you didn't think gray or thought went into a particular section on your website and I think differently and I would talk about who might be interested in those images. How can you describe them so that they might be found online, which is a huge issue with lots of photographers they don't do the most basic. Fundamentals premeditated the files and keywords their websites and missing opportunities to be found. So I'll be lucky if I can do all that internal fifteen minutes before higher. I try. It is it is amazing and it's not just for photographers, but it is amazing. How much insight? An extra set of eyes and especially as an exercise that has some experience can bring to understanding your own work. I. Do want to say to everyone listening you have a wonderful website. It's Julie Graham Dot COM J. U. L. E. G.. R. A. H. A. M. E. DOT COM, which goes over all sorts of stuff julie. Tell me how you got to be a photo consultant. How did you get from age twelve to now? Okay. Well, I was born in London England sometime last century and I left Scola sixteen and I actually went to train at Konica and I worked for a couple of years in a company bonus print doing one hour. See Forty one negative. Devon prints which at the time and the truly judging every single negative by making prints for a smooth and local community was on a local high street in London. which was fabulous had a great time and I learned a lot of this lay and then eighteen I went back to school and studied photography two years came out. The other end wasn't very good. Actually tool of photography and I was terrible at theory. I knew I didn't want to be a photographer. I wanted to be in photography industry. Somehow I'm back in nosed as well. Any good media student with day would be to get the Guardian newspaper on a Monday and Kim the back for the media jobs and I applied for a job managing a photo agency. I got rejected and then a couple of weeks later they email email Co.. Called me and asked me if I'd be interested in a filing position. So I went for an interview I got hired on the spot I hadn't really been to show what the job was. I spent my first few weeks cutting up to Nicole to transparency is mounting them in Kabul mounts rights in the name of it was a mutant mainly music photography, licensing agency. So we were essentially had hundreds of music photographers bringing in transparencies, and that prints we would make dukes Othello syndicating with around the world and everybody was selling tons of images everyday to magazines and newspapers but publishing it was very, very healthy business.

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What you need to know about Tesla's 'battery day'

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

08:25 min | 8 months ago

What you need to know about Tesla's 'battery day'

"Over the last few months there has been information leaking out about Tesla establishing a new battery production line near the Fremont factory, and it is aptly code-named roadrunner not only does that hint speed, but there might also be. A reference there to roadrunner and Wylie coyote the looney tunes characters engaged in a perpetual game of Jason, in which Miley Coyote could never catch the roadrunner. Maybe legacy auto is the Wiley Coyote to Tesla's roadrunner. So one of the expectations for Battery Day is that Tesla unveils this roadrunner production line to demonstrate the potential throughput that can be accomplished with all. These advancements I believe Ilan made reference to this today as well as tussles other progress in manufacturing outside of batteries. When he tweeted quote speed running Victorio and real life dot dot dot, and quote if you're unfamiliar Factoria is a video game described themselves. By saying quote Factoria was a game in which you build and maintain factories you'll be mining resources researching. Technologies building infrastructure, automating production and fighting enemies and quote that you're sounds a lot like. TUSLA. So a lot of these are related but I believe manufacturing and energy density at the pack level to be the two most important things for battery day. But it doesn't just end there. There are few other topics that may be discussed at Battery Day the first. which has been heavily speculated on is the possibility of Tesla introducing a million mile battery. So first things first on that that means a million mile life cycle or another way to say, that would be the ability for the battery to recharge. Let's say three or four thousand times without having significant capacity degradation because of already done a full ten fifteen minute episode. On the Million Mile Battery I'M NOT GONNA go into as much detail on that here a link that episode but the Short version is that they're already batteries capable of producing that many cycles. It's just a matter as it always is with batteries of the trade offs are willing to make. For example, does that increase the life cycle lower energy density or? Increased cost, and if so maybe it's not worth the tradeoff in fact, Tesla already has batteries that are capable of doing a million miles. They just don't use them in their vehicles because of those trade offs rather they use them in their energy storage products. So we'll see what Tesla has to say about a million mile battery they have talked about wanting. To, get there with the whole powertrain and the past, which really makes a lot of sense when you bring in a Tommy because if a scenario exists where there is a full self-driving row taxi that vehicles going to be traveling a lot more than ten thousand or fifteen, thousand miles per year if the utilization is five times higher or ten times higher. Then to have a useful life of ten years twenty years, you're going to need a million mile powertrain including that million mile battery. It also makes a lot of sense for other utility vehicles such as the upcoming Tesla semi the other wildcard that could potentially add life cycles to the battery for a vehicle would be vehicle to grid technology. Again, we've talked about. Tesla hasn't been super bullish on that technology in the past. So it's relatively lower on my expectations list there certainly value to that feature, but there's also complexity in extracting that value. So we'll wait and see what Tesla has to say on life cycle and any additional features that could drive utilization of those battery packs higher next on the watch list is. Charging capability there's a lot of potential here. We've already seen Tesla over the years increase the supercharging rate from ninety kilowatts to one hundred, twenty kilowatts, two, hundred, and fifty all the way up to two hundred and fifty kilowatts at peak now, and at the cyber truck unveiling last November onscreen they shut a graphic that showed the charging capability of the cyber. At. Two hundred and fifty kilowatts plus you elon musk at that unveiling said quote it will be capable of more than two hundred and fifty kilowatts will reveal the actual number later and quote. So maybe battery day ends up being that later we know that just last week lucid, motors announced that the lucid air will have three hundred and fifty kilowatt capable charging Tesla's kinda competitive. So I'm not sure they're gonNA, sit around for too long being outmatched on that charging rate. If we can get a bit speculative for a moment, one of our listeners, Florian halen helped me out with this it appears that the V. Three superchargers should be capable. Of quite a bit more output than the hundred and fifty kilowatt. Max. That does vehicles can charge at today to get a full understanding of this, we have to start with the version two superchargers. If we look at the label on those chargers, we can see the voltage listed at four hundred and ten volts. They amperage listed at two hundred and seventy amps to get the power capacity. We just multiply the voltage by the amperage. So in this case that comes out to about one hundred and eleven kilowatts but what happens in reality is that vehicles on version two charges, one hundred and fifty kilowatts all the time. So the amperage here is. Actually understated the same thing appears to be happening with the V. Three superchargers as well on the label for those, we can see that the voltage is thousand and the amperage is four, hundred and twenty-five. So multiplying those together yet Max power capacity of four hundred and twenty five kilowatts. So that's already higher than the two hundred and fifty kilowatts. The vehicles can accept today leaving some room for upside and charging rate but back to the amperage, it appears that the amperage capacity is understated on the be three charges as well. We have a screen shot here of a model three charging at that Max two hundred and fifty kilowatt rate, but with. The voltage only at three hundred, sixty eight. So if we divide those two hundred and fifty thousand watts, two hundred and fifty kilowatts by three hundred, sixty eight that gives us six, hundred eighty amps, which is well above the four hundred twenty, five amps on the label right now, a model threes battery is limited to four hundred and four volts. So at six hundred and eighty amps that would mean a Max charging rate of two, hundred, seventy, five kilowatts instead of the two, hundred fifty, that is listed, but it's probably limited at two hundred and fifty kilowatts to avoid overheating if we consider a new battery though maybe some of those constraints can. Be removed and the V. Three superchargers seems capable of delivering quite a bit more power than that two hundred, fifty kilowatts. If we use the six hundred eighty amps here that we have already seen register out of a supercharged V three location and we multiply that by the maximum a thousand volts we could be looking at a power output of six hundred eighty kilowatts from three charter and potentially even higher based on whatever that true actual limit on ams it's. So none of this means that Tesla's going to suddenly unveil a battery that's capable of charging at seven hundred kilowatts just that the V. Three chargers do seem to be putting in. Place. The infrastructure for higher charging to come over time with a new cell likely being introduced. Maybe we will hear more about that at battery debt last couple of aspects that I've heard discussed the first mining Tesla has alluded to maybe getting into mining someday if they needed to that's not something that I expect here from Battery Day as should be cleared by this point in time I think they've got enough to go through without going down that figurative rabbit hole but I do expect. Yulon mosque to again plead with suppliers to ramp up supply especially for nickel next is a point on Tesla suppliers we know that tussle works with Panasonic LG. L. To source batteries from them. So the question has arisen of how those partnerships are going to work and evolve if Tesla is designing and manufacturing their own cell and I think this is answered by what we spoke to earlier with product differentiation Tesla is going to need all the batteries they can get their hands on it's going to take time to ramp up their own battery production. So not only can they not just convert all their products over to their own cells instantly even if they were to do that, they still probably need even more batteries so they're going to continue to partner with these other suppliers though suppliers give them viable. Products, which can help Tesla Grow capture revenue capture prophet regardless of their own endeavors and battery cells and production as far as tesla actually supplying these cells to others I definitely don't expect that not for a long long time if at all, and that's really for the same reason, Tesla is gonNA need these cells themselves supplying them to another oem just adds again that extra layer of cost because both sides need their margin that creates a more expensive and a product for the consumer, which is contradictory to tussles goal of accelerating the advent of sustainable energy. So as long as Tesla is battery constrained, which I expect to be for a long time. See them supplying their batteries to anybody else. All right. So after all of this, we finally come to the product. The last thing to maybe expect out of Battery Day could be the introduction of the plaid model s and Model X. potentially being the first products to utilize these new battery cells as Tesla works to ramp up that initial production it's been yearly quiet on the plaid. Powertrain Front for a while now, but the timing is about right and maybe we will finally again here's something about the new roadster.

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When Zina Speaks, You Listen

The Body Serve

05:58 min | 11 months ago

When Zina Speaks, You Listen

"Hi everyone welcome back to the body. Serve I'm James. I'm Jonathan. We, have something very exciting today. This is kind of a surprise episode for you all and it is something that we have never done. We have had players on the show before little cute, little ten fifteen minute segments, but we've never had a former player. Sit Down with us today. The Legend Zina garrison sat down with us for an extended chat about her career about being an African American woman and tennis about today's. Today's game and just took us through some of the highlights and some of the insight. She's gained in her illustrious career, on-court and off court. We've been hoping to get this interview for a while, but the timing really couldn't have been any better in doing it. No, because today when you're it well, it's yesterday for us today. When this episode is released will be the thirtieth anniversary to the day of ladies e making. Making the Wimbledon final in one thousand nine hundred beating Monica Selous snapping a S- Thirty six match win streak in the quarter-finals beating number one Steffi Graf in the semi-finals Steffi who had reached the previous thirteen Grand Slam finals, and then playing Martinez to love in the final. We talk about healthy Gibson. XENA had a personal relationship with her. One of the stories that you've probably heard a lot of recently. Is that out? Out the Gibson was in the locker room at Wimbledon right before that that final in one thousand, nine hundred, talking about champagne, maybe adding little pressure, but it's a amazing to see these two generations of pioneering players end up in the same police at that one moment. Zena is unfiltered. She tells you what she's thinking. She says on the show that I don't always talk often, but when I do you know it's important. Aside from her Wimbledon final which you've heard a lot about recently Zina. Garrison is an Olympic gold medalist in doubles with Pam. Shriver and one thousand, nine hundred eighty eight Seoul Games. She is the bronze medalist in singles at those same games. She made the quarterfinals or better at a major fifteen times. She won three grand. Slam mixed doubles titles to at Wimbledon One Australia fourteen time WTI tight list. She is one half of the first ever all. All black WTI final in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six ECKERD, open and the court. She was the USA team captain at the two thousand eight Olympics, she was fed cup. Coach for a number of years and the founder of the Zina Garrison. Academy, which has talked literally tens of thousands of children in Houston to play tennis. The work that Xena has done over the decades with her academy is so phenomenal, and as you can imagine, these are very. Times for all kinds of businesses let alone not for profits, and if you are able to please consider donating to Zina's academy. Zina garrison dot org and make a donation. To to help the kids in Houston continued to get such fabulous instruction free of charge, yet is important to mention perhaps as a preamble to this episode a prologue you can listen to our previous episode on Zina Garrison, which was entitled Wiggle at Legs Zeno, we do ask Xena how we got started in this interview. That's a little bit of supplemental listening. But for now here's our chat with Zina and we hope you enjoy it. Thank you so much. For chatting with us now, no, no problems China stat of this Houston Corona. We don't have it's been really bad here so I was just GonNa ask. How's everything going there? Now we're have had major spikes, so it's GonNa be interesting. So, you mostly staying inside Kinda minding your business. Yeah, not really bad allergies, too so they had the African dust here last week, so when trying to be a net again. Thanks for doing this just a little bit of a preamble as to how we were kinda hoping to do it. We're just GONNA. Run through a few things of your career and get your reaction to it possibly. A Tang into some of the stuff that we may have talked about on the previous that we did as well are you guys seem like you know me so well I. Do. Now Want WanNa. Hear it from you. You've been getting so much press this last month because of the thirtieth anniversary of your Wimbledon final. Did this catch you off guard? Yeah, did really kick me off guard for for two reasons first of all that it was. It's been thirty years like I. You know. It just blew my mind that it's been that long and then the other thing is that so many people had been talking about. Remember. When it was all happening and you know one of my friends. Even call and she's like you're. tweeting on twitter and I'm like what? And so funny because my phone have been going up but I didn't. Never really happens. I didn't really know what was going on. Sounds pretty cool, so this is the first time then that you're just minding your own business, and you're just brought back into tennis because of your career because of social media. Yeah, it's not what ends one guy from England that Chris Ghosn. He always puts stats on there, and so you know sometimes he'll you know bring? He makes me I tell him all the time. He keeps me relevant, but he comes up with these stats out of nowhere in plug. This one just kind of took off so I think because they don't have one with him right now. It's you know it's. It's an people's line because this is the time so.

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Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+

Nutrition Matters

04:13 min | 11 months ago

Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+

"To another episode of nutrition. Matters podcast. My name is page and I'm your host and I'm really excited to bring you this conversation about menopause with Erica Leeann. This is a topic that comes up. Really regularly with my clients in session and I just think it's one of those things that we don't talk about enough, and they're just not enough conversations or resources out there or even just kind of willingness to discuss this so I thought that I would take a shot at not definitely not the I obviously. I wanted to be. Part of the solution a little bit here and talk about what should one expect going through menopause? What is it like? Why do these changes occur in the body What should we expect? How do we navigate it? How do we trust our bodies? How do we continue to care for ourselves? Well as our bodies, age and shift and Morph so without being so I do want to give a little content warning Erica, as she describes her her history and kind of what brought her to this work. She describes some details of. putting children on diets and putting people on diets and I know that there are some sensitive. Ears who just might not really be in a place to want to. Really hear about some of those details. The reason that I left it in though I just want to explain is I'm always aware that that this episode might be someone's very first experience or exposure with taking a non diet approach to nutrition, and so I wanted to leave the things in that Eric describes because I want to hopefully help paint the picture for anyone who's new to this work to understand. I. Ask her in what is harmful about that. And why did you decide that that wasn't the direction you wanted to go with your career? And it's all an effort to just pete the picture and really describe things more clearly as to why this paradigm can be a really powerful way to approach our bodies, not only with children, or you know in the adult years, but also going through menopause, so just want to let you know you can skip through the first. You know ten fifteen minutes if you'd like to just get right into the menopause stuff. And then the other thing I wanted to discuss really quickly. Here is a someone flagged A. Concept, I put forward in episode one, seventy, four, where active where I interviewed Katie Lynch, talking about body image in postpartum. And I think I said something along the lines of. A lot of our struggles with food kinda come from a place of wanting control, and then the food really winds up controlling us and I had someone point out that. Maybe that's not the best way to describe it and. I did want to just kind of add a little bit of of nuance here that. Control might not resonate for you and. It doesn't have to, and it doesn't necessarily mean it's even really the most helpful way to think about with food. She makes the point that really more of what it's about. It's about safety so where where you live in a world that. Tells you over and over again. That living in this size body is is wrong and It can be really normal to develop a sense of feeling unsafe in your actual body, or if it's a matter of. Skin color or a matter of sexuality or a matter of gender identity, these types of things when you live in a world where you feel like you're not safe in your body. Food can become a way to try to make yourself feel more safe and I think that that was a really important point that I wanted to mention here. I also wanted to see that you know if the idea or concept of controlling things. Things resonates for you. Maybe it's important. Maybe it could be useful to kind of look at this concept of safety, and to just do some introspection there, so you to the listener who brought to my attention and

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Looting and fires continue in downtown Seattle as protests turn violent

News, Traffic and Weather

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Looting and fires continue in downtown Seattle as protests turn violent

"Nick tell us where you are and what you can see well it since about three this afternoon we've been here in the west like pause over near Westlake park and behind us you can see still demonstrators that have been we're essentially the epicenter of this entire day going to began with all this frustration at being pent up against law enforcement over at fifth and behind those car fires obviously been put out but Kane county sheriffs and tactical gear made their way through the area just I'd say about ten minutes ago but right now it seems that a lot of people just been standing around and have just been continuing to demonstrate despite many people moving on to different locations all we've seen a couple different businesses being broken into the doc martens on fourth Avenue we saw people running in there about five or six people but aside from that and the gap store over at the corner of fifth and pine demonstrators continue to just stand down and protest and show their frustration over what's happened with what happened in Minneapolis and several other different locations obviously a lot of frustration continues to grow and people continuing to want to demonstrate that whether it's on TV or whether it's here on the streets of Seattle on but either way and this is been the scene that we've been seeing for I'd say the last ten fifteen minutes with only a couple walking away you could see people walking away with a mannequin pieces of mannequins and also came from stores it's it's it's been quite a scene in the last twenty to thirty minutes you're located at Westlake center that's where the rally he organized a rally was held it was supposed to be peaceful there are pastors people speaking on the stage so from where you are right now from the vantage point where you are at any sort of organized assembly it's over now correct yeah there there is no organized assembly that that ship sailed a while ago in this area they have that organized protests that happened from at Westlake park but as soon as that March when all they had made their way away from this area and I was to ride out where that fire had taken place spent lining up all right up against those demonstrators who are still here over at fifteen point Nick thank you very much I'm gonna ask your camera man if I can to zoom in back over to the right Justin this down being saying we just saw moments ago a group of people walking through downtown Seattle with legs and arms of mannequins that they've stolen from looting in the store there's an obscene gesture Fauria but really an astounding and just incredibly sad thing to see that is happening in downtown Seattle tonight you mentioned the doc martens store looted the north face store looted the Old Navy store was looted earlier tonight the poly clinic set on fire police vehicles burned and it we've talked most of the night about these two separate groups there was the peaceful protest the peaceful demonstration speeches made our prayers prayed that's all said and done what's happening now from here on out the people that are downtown now or are there I'm guessing for reasons of raging of violence of looting and pillaging the downtown core of Seattle and this is going to be interesting to see if and when the National Guard gets here how they're going to put a stop to that the mayor said the National Guard should be in place sometime tonight and this is an unarmed National Guard coming in possibly if necessary to protect citizens it's also interesting to note that earlier when protesters and demonstrators and riders were marching towards the police precinct there was a line of police officers protecting that building just an hour ago mayor Jenny Durkan addressing the city she said quote we will take all steps necessary to protect residents and property in the city but Eric as you mentioned we have seen live images of people actively looting vandalizing stealing from the downtown shopping corridor and this live look right here right now so bold maybe this is where Nordstrom is near right near Pacific place a couple blocks away from pike place market we have yet to see police activity protecting the stores or standing guard to protect the property in the downtown area on those police are stretched so thin because these groups have splintered off into several different areas and of course they have they have set up a line around police headquarters are trying to protect that they are trying to protect the stores and and the citizens but they are stretched so thin at this point but it's almost impossible without some more help and again I'm worried about when darkness comes here in another hour hour and a half what's going to happen under the cover of darkness as as this chaos continues in downtown Seattle again the speeches have been spoken in the prayers have been prayed in the protests have been protested now this is ugliness in our city this is sheer chaotic ugliness and we can only hope that order is 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A Father's Story with KJ Carson, March of Dimes Ambassador

Babes and Babies

08:33 min | 1 year ago

A Father's Story with KJ Carson, March of Dimes Ambassador

"K J Carson here. He's an ambassador with the march of dimes. And he has an amazing story that he's going to share with us and he has a lot of information about the march of dimes. I'm really excited to learn because I did not know how much they were helping out women and babies and families so it's really cool. The work that they are doing in Cagey got to experience it firsthand. So thank you so much for being here. Oh thank you so much for having me I guess where the beginning starts. Maybe Two days before our daughter was born and My wife was complaining of tiredness and so forth and we were really fortunate because The situation that we had for her healthcare included included a midwife and so that midwife had given us a card where if something had didn't seem right within a let's just call it a clockwise our someone from the midwife team get back to you so I said Okay. Well once we get back to our home which was about ninety minutes away Let me know how you feel. Maybe your medicine melted my wife's medicine just run out and so I thought okay maybe the worst. You'll need a refill To to kind of your because your body was depending on this medicine for your morning. Sickness so My wife wakes up the next day. And she's like I can't see virtually at all. Can you call the number? It's all like okay. Wow I've never known it to be this. So hit the pause button on that part of the story to tell from the father's perspective and I think every father should probably map out a route couple of them to get to the hospital and the time we're in the Washington DC AREA. If you knew how just absolutely ridiculous traffic is in the DC area. A hat and done this yet. Yeah so after calling the midwife They called back within about twenty five thirty minutes. It's a come into the hospital where okay absolutely. This is what I'm thinking. We'll get prescription for medication and So forth so I'll pause that part before we get to the hospital to say that my wife has been the epitome of healthy eating Not over indulging Had always been on. Medications has never been a smoker of any kind. I can't even get her to drink even the sweetest wine so she she clearly observes just virtually all the tenants of what a healthy mom should be But then when we got to the hospital It just seemed like we were there a little bit longer than expected and it turns out that my wife ended up with a syndrome called help It's an acronym acronym H E L P One way more people would know about is pre ECLAMPSIA but it's a severe case of P pre ECLAMPSIA and so my wife's blood pressure shot through the roof in the high to hundreds was the top number and we were just told. We're GONNA take the we have to take the baby today. And so my wife was only twenty nine weeks pregnant at the time and so our daughter was born two pounds. One ounces of two pounds one ounce And was in the nick you for one hundred and fourteen days She had a category four brain bleed and born with low scale cerebral palsy My wife did not have a chance to hold her her daughter for about four days because of the level of magnesium if I'm correct That was in her system and I was able to see my daughter because of the time that she was born. And because the visitation hours in the Nick. You which we're Kinda split in two times Were about to start so I was able to see her briefly for a little bit but our daughter Sarah was make you four hundred and fourteen days and it was just very tough to touch our daughter through a glass partition where book plexiglass. You know. Just giving her to reach our thumb. Grab our thumb or grab our finger But what was really fascinating about being in the nick? You were the other families in. How kind of Emeka is kind of this bubble of life where It doesn't matter what your walk is. What your beliefs are what your status is. Everybody's there for the same reason they're baby can't go home right away and so it kind of becomes a a small dependency in a way because you look forward to seeing the other families even though you're hoping just like everybody else that they can go home today with their child and so the march of dimes Was there for US When Sarah was in she's now eat When Sarah was moved from one hospital next to the Pentagon Over into an area of Fairfax Virginia The march of dimes had had a kind of like a thing for families where you can stop by. Wasn't anything mandatory. It was just the way to let someone know or let you know that. Someone's there if you had any questions that you didn't feel like you could ask a doctor or or or one of the nurse practitioners or one of the nurses that are in there Let's just say they dealt with the mental health side of it. If the Niki was the physical the march of dimes was there to help address. Some of the mental. And I know for my wife who could speak better about this but I know that it was something as simple as providing my wife a journal because as a husband and Kind of jokey way husbands are just notoriously known for like are you okay are you okay are you okay are you okay? And it's like I'm not okay anymore because you keep asking me but from a serious standpoint I just didn't know which avenue to walk down In terms of trying to get that communication with my wife of trying to understand why our child wasn't home And during that time when our daughter was in the hospital Literally inactive guide. A freak of nature happened where there was an earthquake that hit the east coast and it was like a six point. Oh and I happened to be over the hospital trying to let my wife know like hey look. Don't get out here. We don't know how bad things are. Even though nothing bad happened at the hospital but it was like okay. There's an earthquake. Are you okay at home? I'm wanting I'm going into the hospital as people are coming out and so So many of those different things that were going on that time while daughter was in the nick you The march of dimes able to provide even something as simple as a diary To my wife for her to be able to get her expressions in her thoughts out. You know again Probably one of the things that helped a lot and what I've learned from the situation is you know. Sometimes the foods that you put into your body can can exert exacerbate some of the stresses that are going on that. You're never really prepared for so. I really think that one of the blessings and everything that was going on was that my wife had already had kind of a a conscious thought of what she was putting into her body or not over stacking the foods into your body which you know I I would have no problem that they were. I knew there was one time she was like I'm craving mashed potatoes from KFC. And I WANNA Taco from Taco Bell and I was not going ask. Do you wanna eat this right now and it was just like okay. I'll be back in ten fifteen minutes. Is that enough time? It's just say also get one of those Green Mountain dews okay or the Light Blue Mountain dews. I'm like okay. You're really in his own but it wasn't an everyday thing and I think because that wasn't an everyday thing It allowed some of the mental to be able to permeate and be able to translate to the paper for her For me And I would recommend to any husband or father who's going through the same thing Try and find some things that you know may bring smiles to others During your free time I happened to start donating food to a food bank at that time. In fact that's exactly where I was around the corner From the hospital Earthquake hit and so But it it gave me a a sense of being appreciative. In spite of the things that are currently happening With me at that time. We're with our family at that time.

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Kobe Bryant on Life, Love and Legacy

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

09:44 min | 1 year ago

Kobe Bryant on Life, Love and Legacy

"This has been very challenging twenty four hours for me Kobe. Bryant just passed and my condolences thoughts love prayers to his family and the families that were involved the other passengers messengers who pass and their family. I had the honour of sitting down with coby about a year ago and talking about love talking about life talking about beautiful things and when I heard the news I was like most people in shock. I checked to confirm firm that it was not fake and then I laid around for almost twenty four hours and reflected and really just heard stories about how much he meant to people watch videos thought about my time with him reflected on the pain that the family must be going through and the families of the victims That were involved in this accident and just really sad really sad about the whole situation Shen and I can only imagine you know me being sad as someone who barely knew him and knew him for an hour of time in a few text messages. Afterwards I feel sad for the people that knew him very well and Kalihi Magin the pain that they're feeling and the hurt and the confusion and I just want and I sent lots of love to everyone involved who truly knew Kobe. An intimate way and a lot of people have been asking me to to rush reshare the interview with him. They said it was one of the most powerful interviews that ever seen with him. They said they never heard him talk about the things he talked about. Can we talk talk about love and intimacy and the questions that he has yet to answer for himself. We talked about so many different moments in his career. Your moments from his childhood and so many people Afterwards told me that it was one of the most powerful episode. ESPN cut up multiple clips and unshared it all over social media and their website and I was flattered by this. I just you know was a curious person loved his work. I loved his The way he thought his mentality his work ethic and as a fan I just wanted to great interview at our member. Getting getting the opportunity to sit down with him. I wanted to share with you my lessons from what I learned about him. And then make sure that I WE'RE GONNA post a full interview as well. Well attached to this. But I wanted to share my thoughts of what I experienced and the type of man that I experienced when I got to sat down with him. It was crazy. I was talking with Tiffany. Who Films and edits the podcast? Because she went to his office with me and so I was reflecting with her saying him. What was it like for you and we're going back and forth? So here's what happened. Here's the story and I want you to know how powerful this person wants. And how humble at the same time he was someone on our podcast team had said. Hey Kobe's publicist and reach out to me and is looking to do some press. Talk talk about his new podcast opinions and he said he's only free like three weeks out. He's got a couple of window that are open up the time that opened in a few weeks. Are you vailable and I said call them back. Tell them I'll be there I tomorrow morning because we don't book this right now. How three weeks to pass and they're going to reschedule and reschedule and it's Never GonNa happen so I said do not hang up the phone until you get them to confirm? I will go anywhere anywhere anytime anyplace tomorrow morning. You just tell me when and where I will be there. I said do not hang up until you get them to confirm And they get back to us and say okay tomorrow morning. His office which is in Orange County seven thirty. A M I think is when it was supposed to start sometime Tom early sometime before the work day was seven thirty eight. AM or something. I said great done now. This was about five or six o'clock at night the night before and I'm going to a concert this night to support another guest we had on Lindsey stirling so you had a concert in La. I said I'll be there so I ended up going the concert. She doesn't come on too late and I don't get back to about twelve thirty now. I'm I'm I've got the big interview done in about in eight hours right and I haven't prepared yet I haven't prepared and I'm kind of nervous but I'm also like this is going to be amazing like I'm so excited for this. It was also so better than I didn't have a week to prepare in my mind because I think it would have built it up too much. I would have been maybe a little nervous or not sure and it was actually perfect. So I- i- tiffany. WHO's filming comes over? Grabs the camera gear around five. AM or something. And I'm like we gotta get there early. We need to make an hour and a half early. Like the publicist said. We only have twenty minutes. We've got to be ready. You need to turn the camera on the lights on the Mike's on it's got to be ready to go get the most out of this in twenty minutes. Now she comes over. We get the camera we hop in my car and I start playing during the first two episodes of his podcast puny. which if you haven't down the peonies it's amazing and parents? You gotta you gotTa have your kids. Listen to this and it's really going to Continue to further legacy of what he created because they're really inspiring cartoon episodic cartoons for kids to overcome doubt out in insecurity and fear and all these things that we talk about in the school greatness. So I listened the first two episodes and I'm just like wow this guy's talented as a storyteller as director as a writer he is talented. He's not just great basketball player. He's a talented storyteller. And I go tiffany. You know we got about an hour and a half drive so I go. Tiffany like find everything. You can't any unique fact any detail about Kobe's life what I need to know early days parents you I know living in Italy well how many languages has really speak. Just tell me everything you can think of. And she's downloading me and I'm just taking all in as I'm driving down there. Now we're taking the four four or five down to Orange County right and so then we finally get there. It's probably a no six thirty. Six forty five am and this is one the most memorable things that I'll always remember about coby so we get there. We're waiting in the lobby of this building. That he's in his offices Dan and were there for maybe ten fifteen minutes I call the the publicist or the person coordinating as assistant at the time to let us in and she lets US Santa about ten fifteen minutes later and so we go into the office. There's no one there. There's no one there. She's turning the lights on. It's this nice media business office office right. We go in there and she's like okay. Here's where we normally film and this location where they normally found was not in my opinion up to standards of the visuals that I wanted to have to represent the sooner bureau so I said can we look around the office and see if there's any other space to maybe set up a little mini studio. She said sure so. We walk around and we we go down this long haul and as long hallway has all these kind of Offices to the sides of each side of the hallway with big windows does the you can see inside the board room booking offices and as I'm walking down I see the lights. Were off and most of them and and I don't think anything of it but I keep walking down and I see the other end of the office. I'm like nat like this over here. Let's walk back and as we're walking back down this kind of glass hallway alway of offices I take a glimpse over to my left and I see this one office all the lights are off and I see us just a figure in the back corner looking up. No computer on no phone on just sitting at a desk looking into the ceiling is what it looked like. And I'm like that's Coby coby. He's in the office at six. Forty five am sitting there little dreaming. I don't even know what he was doing. He was just looking up and not working not on any device just their lights off and I was like what am I asked her. I go is that Colby. Toby and she's like yeah. I go here. I thought no one was here. She goes oh he's been here for at least an hour like A. What are you kidding me? An Hour I'm like what's he doing. He's preparing for the day. He's got a lot to do today after you. who was coming at little Wayne was coming in to do an interview to interview him? After me. A bunch of different meetings and projects he was working on. And I was like little Wayne's coming in right after me. So he's whole production crew is they're setting setting up about an hour later. It was crazy right so I go. Wow so he's been here for these hours she goes Oh yeah he's always the first one end and and typically the last one to leave what this is so in that moment I was just blown away. Because here's a man who has done it all at this time he'd already won an Oscar he had five NBA Championships Olympic gold medalist. Twenty years in the League. He'd done it all made eight a ton of money. He had nothing else to prove and forty years old. I one in the office hours before anyone

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How Legalizing Medical Marijuana Affected Thailand's Citizens

BBC Newshour

01:44 min | 1 year ago

How Legalizing Medical Marijuana Affected Thailand's Citizens

"This week we're hearing from people who've been personally affected by a recent change in legislation today in our series the law that changed my life we go to Thailand which in twenty nineteen became the first Asian country to legalize the sale and use of marijuana for medical purposes the surprising move by a country which is long taken a very hardline against any any kind of drugs use the new law allows people with medical conditions which might benefit from cannabis products to register and then receive prescriptions for them from their doctor our correspondent Jonathan head has this report I'm standing outside the walls of bank one prison just north of Bangkok with those convicted of the most serious crimes so about that time many have been convicted of drug offenses which in Thailand and because some of the world's harshest penalties there is officially zero tolerance for drugs in Thailand yet it has now become the first country in Asia to legalize cannabis will marijuana for medical purposes for those like seven am vegetable in psalm a young man who's been surreptitiously using cannabis products to help his bi polar condition this change in the law has been very welcome I know that I couldn't sleep and sometime I get paranoid and decided school wasn't wasn't a sounding from me but I know that I can focus away like sit in a classroom for like maybe ten fifteen minutes and it's just walk out and use multiple calls also considered plus the mania episode when I go camping quite a lot I smoked for a long time just remember one to help me sleep did it help help

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Your Best Ab Exercises

20 Minute Fitness

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Your Best Ab Exercises

"Things first before we look at the best of exercises. Set it you. You will not get raw card apps or six pack if you're carrying excess fat oversee some thoughts but not if your carrying too much excess fat you also unspoilt reduced fats. Minneapolis articles. You see that employ you can really get rid of stubborn belly. Fat In certain specific areas are really actually meaning that you can reduce the level all of facts from carrying across your whole body to see your odds you need to be lean enough by working out and eating well and maintaining a calorie deficit to be able to to properly see you defined avs and you'll be able to see your Generally as you reduce your body fat further down from fifteen percent for men and around sixteen into nineteen percent for women in order to to see you ops quite clearly obviously for both the leading you all the more pronounced base. If you're dropping below fifteen percent full men men then you'll start to get a more dry can be more vascular as well and you're absolutely mortified than overseas without as close to fifteen percents women or even lower than that then again. The same thing will happen and this is true. No matter how many AB- exercises you do if you're not lean enough you will not be able to see you obser- if you're doing APPS everyday ten fifteen minutes every session but still carrying too much forty five than you will not be able to see your obsolete. I clarify and stop list that I just want to look at the ABS and a bit more detail. So the rectors dominance which is another way of saying the exposed Paul for your ABS. This what we sort of think about as the six pack on as the Oblique as well as the excitably location on the side of the adult area and they run diagonally down to give you the infamous v-shape that people are after and they Prior to that to help you rotate your trunk. So that gives you a bit of context in the physiology body around Osmo. We're talking about when we're working our core so you will have heard or pop scene. Seen people smashing out countless numbers of crunches and sit ups and also on these exercises have long coveted is decaying of Alex is is simply because really they all simple. You can do anywhere that require any equipment and they can really be done by any experience level however I am hate to say that sit-ups and crunches is on necessarily Out To be and obviously reiterated as well. You hit anyone saying quenches will help you talk your belly fat. That is a myth so bursts ups and crunches. Are they all working the coal. They can put undue pressure on your back causing to abandon the stressful mono- on this could increase your risk herniated discs in spray ligaments. For example on there are a far more effective exercises. I believe in the House of the people believe that you can do you in order to welcome call Getting six pack one show lean enough and this starts thoughts with compound movements where you're working numerous muscle groups at the same time see. Don't need to be there for fifteen minutes of the session hitting Puglio ABS. Study was released lease which coal muscle activation between a prim bridge or plank. And they six Max Squat and it found that. In contrast the Prim Bridge rage the rectus dominates demonstrates has increased muscle activation throughout the repetitions while squatting whereas the bridge demonstrated increased external oblique between the beginning middle of the set so the conclusion from the study. was that because the squatting resulted in great erector spine. Activation similar rectors of dominance and oblique activation is the prime bridge that high intensity squats Russia better than is metric. L- intensity core exercises. Because not only are you activating activation your coal. But you're also working the body. Paul swear to compound movement. So you don't need to purely focus on just hitting the coal is is sort of a day later any trying to get across in this study so all recommend for AB workouts is overstating cooperating. A number of these compounds movements hitching numerous muscle. Same time so one I like is the press up a holding position with ultimate single arm Dumbbell road. You're holding a high applying for the top of the press up on rowing alternately. And this Berkshire chest your shoulders. Your Body biceps your beliefs on your Abdominal also the score for your call when performing squawks your abs your coal face constant contention before going from the stunning positions. The squad your ability tension alert policy your body and this prevents you from falling over. The dead lift is another compound exercise. That helps yes. You make sure that you you maintain a flat back on. It keeps your appetite to do this. And this is just a few of my favorites that you may not necessarily have previously thought of because we've been so your program to believe crunches situps all of this are going to get you those six pack abs and it isn't completely to say that sits up on the visa top the leg raise on. Oh good exercises but it just means you should think to incorporate compound movements so takeaway for today's episode. Don't just think because you'll smashing rob's beginning to get roll-call ops. You need to become Lena. I also INC compound movements to make your sessions more efficient and as you just had as well they also do activate you'll call and and mix it up a

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"To get into a frat one. One of the guys said key walking you little bleep bleep. It's all this and i was like what are you going to do. It's not even like you do anything about it if you could. He disappeared into the house. I was like wow that worked so i continued down the street and about five minutes later he emerges from the house followed by fifteen of his frat brothers. Hey what did you say what so you. I wouldn't do what i'm sorry. Can we just talk here you back then. They were ready to beat you down. Well as you know. We're on the radio. We're all pretty good at talking in this room so i was like the only way to avoid a broken noses to just start so i went. Hey back there. I think well he goes no. What would you say. I didn't hear you well well. I said that you wouldn't do anything about it. Which is funny because now i see you're here and you're ready to do something about it and clearly with the amount of dude did you brought. I would lose if this progress to physical education and you know what you seem stronger than me. You're a lot bigger than me so i think i'm sorry that i said that i misspoke and i ramble on. I'm literally go for ten fifteen minutes. Finally one of the frat dudes they're in a circle around me just like gang style and he's like yo food guys in idiot. We gotta go to get. I was like it was bad. It was but i didn't and the next night this same thing happened to one of my friends and they did get beaten up straightening punch ravi just to shut them up. They're nice. I love the pictures that were posted yesterday. A straight nate robbie. You do look like his his father. When taylor's way more attractive than says that is not that did you see the one comment nate which one wood said who the guy on the rights really cute looks like nate's really hot and then it turned out that i was the guy on the right finally on the list of robby robby topics. I this is my one of my favorite ones. There were several. I liked a lot ocean or space. Which would you rather go to which scares ears you more ocean or space. That's so off kosh which scares you more probably ocean scares you me too. I'd go to space space. It's gonna kill me there. I know exactly what's going to kill me. Gandhi this is impossible. I wanna go to both so badly and just live inside of them or space. <hes> i would rather visit and explore the ocean closer to your. I can go back and romney. What was your the space scares me more but also wanna wanna go to him or okay all right. Here's the thing so what romney did he wrote. All these things down on a sheet of paper. You know what you could do. You do it yourself and when you go to a party this weekend. Whip it out. Yes look at that. Oh sorry getting lost in japan at six years old. Maybe next time we'll get into into that story gregory. What's up today is friday. It's supposed to be great teased topic train today. It's almost as if robbie just did holly. I'm feeling a little bit uncomfortable now. You did a great thing you took. A crispy cream donuts to the n._y._p._d. Precincts so you're in the ocean spaces. Let's perfect until you. We'll give you robbie's topic list and you can turn it into your topic. There's five all right by the way when you go do the show at katya. Maybe robbie will pop down into.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"It takes ten fifteen minutes, and my mornings now are ridiculously longer than they than they used to be just because it takes me just longer now fit outfit hair makeup, all of it. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's more of a process. So the moral of the story is Kris Jenner wakes up before thirty. I'm everyday, but the thing is I'm sure many people seem to the show to the same thing and other people out there. So I commend them. Because damn getting that day started that early. Must be tough. But I would love to be in a in a routine where I wake up earlier, and I'm like, you know, what I mean have offie and sh you know, what I mean? I don't have a coffee in my life. I don't drink coffee. We don't have we don't drink coffee. And it's something that it's been weighing on my mind lately. Should I get into coffee something that's being brought up a lot more. Starting to think maybe I should get into. I've tried tried before doesn't. I don't get hooked on it. I hate it. I just don't want you hit everything about it. Tasted one good coffee in your life coffee. That's not really coffee. Well, I'm like I like the taste of black coffee. It's just that. I don't think that does it for me like I haven't. And I don't feel we're energize you handed or do you like coffee? I just leaves such a God awful after taste in my mouth. I can't do it. Not really, no. You don't like coffee ice cream things like coffee flavored not my Cup of tea coffee ice cream is really good. Yeah. Really? I've just never will. You know, my coffee flavor. Exactly. It's just never been my thing that makes sense. But I something that's been brought up to me a lot lately that I should get into coffee. But it's like you just one day you get into it you start like going. I think you just start. Well, people get people drink it because it helps them. Well. That's what. I'm saying I've saying it doesn't help there's probably not. That's what I'm saying. Like one day. No reason for one day. Does it start working? That's my question because I drink Cup of coffee. I feel the same energy level at did before. Moving on. We have an update on the khloe Kardashian flat to meet T situ. We and we talked to you about it before. We obviously don't understand why the Kardashians support flat tummy, tea and promoted, obviously, we love them and we follow them. But also, what are you guys doing? You don't need that. So right went back and forth. It's been back and forth because we haven't really updated since the initial Jamila Djamil comment on clothes post because Chris, and I actually think all of them or was Chris and Kim at least unclogging, I think, okay. Let me backtrack khloe Chris, Kim corny. I think all sat down with the New York Times. And they were asked about it. And. Chris was like, I don't live in this negative energy. Space ninety percent of people will be really excited about the family and the journey and who we are. And then Kim it said if there's work that is really easy that doesn't take away from our kids. That's like a huge priority. If someone was faced with the same job opportunities. I think you would maybe consider you're going to get backlash for almost everything. So as long as you like it or believe in it it's worth at financially. Whatever your decision may be as long as you're okay with that. Which was an interesting answer from Kim. Because obviously, there's thousands upon thousands of companies that would wanna work with Kim Kardashian, for instance, where Matt's. Yeah, there's one cent every single company we along to win t of companies that would wanna work with Kim literally every pick over flat tummy, and she's still saying like if you believe in it if you'd like it. That's that's the opposite of what Jim Jimmy's kind of saying like, yeah, you're promoting something that's bad. And now, they're like, well, if you believe in it, then I I don't know..

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Starters

"Practice. Show. Before you go or are, you gonna on your phone and say prince emails before you go? We gotta drop on Tuesday rule. We will. Post to social a picture of reading emails on the beach. What do you think I think it'd be huge already Packers sun cream and sunshine? Suncream? I yeah. First one here. Hey, guys, DeMarcus cousins is back. Well, he is later tonight versus the clippers. What should we expect from his debut tonight? And is there any concern? He could legit like mess up the warriors free flowing championship. Mo-jo love show. Thanks. That's from Brendan. All right. So cousins coming back tonight Friday night versus the clippers. That's a lock what can we expect maybe in this debut or the first couple of games or should we expect? And then. Yeah. Is there any worry at all of him ruining a good thing here? I guess with the dubs. I think it'll be ready to go. I think he's been sweating it out for months and months and months can he ruin their free flowing offense. I guess there's a chance, but no, I don't think so maybe just those first couple of games as you integrate them and try to make him feel a part of it and good maybe also some things, but I've role. I think the worries offenses being up writing pretty well without him. And I don't think they'll adjust the too much, and I think bookies probably gonna. You know, ten fifteen minutes tonight just to get. Oh, no. No, no. That's interesting. You say that because we got into the whole cousins and the warriors of the most hated team sports yesterday. But I thought and I didn't have chance to bring up on the show. Chris Haines of Yahoo sports. He had a big thing, obviously on cousins and within that article. He said that cousins tried to move his return from injury up a few weeks ago. And Hanes said cousins wanted to speed up that timeline to get back there. But the warriors wanted to implement a ten minute playing restriction on him. And so rather than deal with those constraints cousin said fine. I won't come back. You know, maybe a couple of weeks ago, I'll continue to rehab in order to get more minutes. Pawn return? I think that's a little interesting too because because of a guy playing for hopefully, nothing big contract in his mind. So yeah, you can come back with your only play ten minutes, and he's saying, well, no, no, no, no. If I come back. I assume he thinks he's wants to play you know, what twenty twenty minutes. So so I'm saying he's playing just but we heard from the. Whereas if there is any restriction. No, we haven't that's fair. Into that. Like, they told them that. And he's like, no, I don't wanna play just ten minutes. When I come back. I wanna play you know, whatever again like, maybe it's twenty five minutes. I'm sure it's thirty five minutes, but maybe twenty five usually expect a guy to come back and play ten fifty whatever..

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Like, maybe ten fifteen minutes or something like that. Once again, bitcoin dot com. Get started there as we continue here. According to greyhound, they're saying that they've been trying to do a little balancing act here. They don't want to put their customers at risk, but they also have to obey the law. So they're now just informing their customers of what the law is in what their rights are under those laws and they've done a good job of it. They've put up posters in a lot of their new your rights posters in a lot of their greyhound bus stations. They've got notices up on their website, including contact information for the ACLU and other civil rights groups. They said in an October statement that it understood customers concerns about border patrol practice. Adding that while they neither coordinate with north support the action of border patrol. They do intend to comply with federal law. Which of course, they have to do otherwise they're going to get arrested. But quote, CB officers do not ask permission to board our buses, we do not want to put our driver's safety or the safety of our passengers at risk by tempting to stop the federal agents from conducting checks the company had said in a lawsuit. One woman says she was traveling from San Diego to Phoenix by greyhound in November twenty seventeen when her bus was pulled over on a highway to allow federal border officers to interrogate passengers she asserted that greyhound violated state consumer protection law which bars fair, excuse me unfair and unlawful business practices by allegedly consenting to racial profiling by law enforcement officers. She said she also suffered economic injury from delays. The lawsuit says in addition to targeting greyhound, who's sixteen hundred vehicles move seventeen million passengers a year in the United States, Canada and Mexico critics of the boarding by the board. Patrol have also conveyed objections to Amtrak and other bus companies November motel six agreed to pay up to eight point nine million to settle a class action lawsuit in federal court that alleged employees to Phoenix properties provided the personal information of several Latino guests to immigration officials without a warrant leading to the guests being detained the border patrol part of the customs and border protection agency said it's practice of targeting bus station and other transportation hubs for human smuggling and drug trafficking is decades old although the frequency and intensity of the checks as increased they say in response to rising threats critics of the stop say greyhound is also has a history of upholding its customer civil rights serving most famously as the vehicle for the freedom writers who in nineteen sixty one travel and greyhound buses to challenge racial segregation. In public transit in the south. That's the story from the Washington Post is not the first. Time apparently the greyhound has gotten a little bit involved in political things. But this is I'm sorry. Great news good for greyhounds not gonna make me want to ride on grey hound. But it does make me feel a lot better knowing that they're informing their customers of their rights as one of the largest transportation companies in the United States seventeen million people served by greyhound here. According to the article per year across North America. And that's that's pretty impressive. That means there's a lot of people that are going to be getting this information about their rights now, whether or not they're going to actually exercise them is a whole other question because dad is a huge hurdle right there. You can no you're right. Eating more than a few people, but went to actually step up to this. When you got a man with a gun backed up by another man with a gun backed up by man with a barking dog that are you know, that are hovering over you and looming into your space and trying to tell you to do things, it can be pretty intimidate. Meeting and it can be hard to exercise those rights to say, I don't answer questions right to pull out the camera because you know, there are if you've paid attention over the years, and we have here on free talk live. You know, there are the rogue officers who just don't care that. You've got a camera. They're gonna slap it out of your hand. Or they're going to break the window in your car and pull you through it or they'll shout at you. I've got to say I thought it was a guy as they shoot you to death. Because remember there was the cop block guy from Ohio was filming. And the cop says if you don't put that away. I'm going to say I thought it was a guide. Right. And that means he's going to shoot you. And then later say that. Yeah. You'll be dead, and he'll be explaining why he shot to death. Being shot to death Conan. You've got a related story. Very sad story out of Indiana happened last Friday night. You know couple of days after Christmas Linden, Indiana. Indiana state police on Wednesday were holding back on releasing the name of a Lafayette based state trooper who shot.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With people who swim upstream in the river of time, even though it's impossible task. And speaking of the impossible. Here's my clothes Robert krulwich heading this hour, we will be having an argument with time. We will talk to scientists who say that time doesn't exist. We will talk to stubborn people who argue that. Well, maybe it exists, but we're going to pretty much refuse to notice. And we'll hear from a guy who thinks he can turn time around turning back or defeated to here will. Getting started Terry Wilcox the guy we just heard from toward the end of our conversation. I asked him what are you afraid of nuclear bomb may be coming on blowing everything away your sculpture included. And this is what he said, you know, what scares me are the guys out at Stony Brook. There were just at our dinner. Two of these physicists who have the government funding and are trying to create a universe are not kidding. Like, you know, what happened? The last time. Universe is great. And he says, yeah, they were worried about that. They they do very odd things it Stony Brook. So which is the location one of the big super collider's in the eastern United States at Brookhaven is called rich. And so I went on the tour with tour guide was named Todd. He was wearing as I remember a Hawaiian shirt and shorts. Now that it was a little. But he said all right. Let's let's let me show your aunt. So we can give you a little tour around our ring, it's two and a half miles around almost exactly the size of the Indy. Five hundred race track. And we drove alongside a tube. I guess that's what it was. It was maybe twenty twenty five feet high kind of like a time. Oh, covered with grass. We've just driven around once and it took I don't know about ten fifteen minutes to give all the way down Agean doing that seventy eight thousand times the seconds. And you're a proton. I have never been approach on. But this does sound fast. And because this is a collider the idea here would be to have the proton collide or bump into something. With such force in such violence for one instant it gets very hot hotter than the center of the sun as hot as it got near the instant of creation. And that's why this is called a super collider. The universe. One day. Was there right? You can't get before. Right. That's nasty line. And that's that's what physicists call a singularity everything breaks down in principle. Unless unless you're God, you can't look behind that. Because time doesn't even exist time ceases to have. Meaning then you wanna tiptoe right up to the beginning. You can't get to the actual beginning. But to the first instance inst- the instant after the beginning, right? We we have a pretty good idea of how the universe looked up to a few seconds after the big bang in. What we're doing here is we're getting down into thousands of a second after the big bang. We're in a huge empty room while awfully the size of a blimp hangar. A blimp hang small blimp. And we're at one of the collision points right now. Right. One of the collision points right now is only about forty five or fifty feet that way that's the place in the collider with the expect to see these smash ups between two protons, and it's at these points. You should get just for an instant the heat and the debris and the chaos. That's kind of like what the universe was like at the very beginning of time. This is the closest to the beginning of the universe will ever get. Gimme a football, and you can make a pass into the early universe. There's a kind of a funny sense of Eden that physicists have about the very first instance of the universe..

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Working Experience

"And I've I don't think there's anything wrong with kerosene. But and sometimes I need that to drive my point home. But I've taken a taken notice of it. So I've watched myself so over the past like twenty or thirty podcasts, I've been very very good. Yeah. She get like a sweet smelling sticker of success. Yeah. Yeah. Well, thank you Lindsey for you know, pointing that. I thank you Lindsey. Thank you once again her contribution. Helping us out so miss James here. Yeah. She arrives at seven AM. She has to be at work at seven A M. So yeah, she leaves her her home at four o'clock. So you're right. She could get up at three fifteen, but like, then you're rushing in a kind of like, I tend to get up very early pretty much for the same reason. So I have time to kind of sit, and, you know, have a bowl of cereal and not be running all over the place, then stopping Dunkin donuts for a sandwich. And I I do the same. I I will get up regularly at like five AM to do to do work. But it's not not to get ready. Do you know what I mean? Like for me, like if I had to get ready to leave the house takes me all of ten fifteen minutes. Just in the shower. Boom. I'm out I'm gone. So you're right. There's pas is a possibility that cheese. This might be her only alone time, and she's she's doing whatever she's doing at that. But if it was me personal preference. If I leave the house at three forty five I'd be getting up at three twenty. Yeah. It just just because I would want the extra sleep. But like, I'll typically leave the house, you know, anywhere between like six thirty and seven fifteen ends on what train I'm getting. And I get up at five am, but I'm working, you know, from five to six thirty before leave, and there are Cajun's while have to take a really early train like a five twenty five thirty train, and I do get up before that. But, you know, get for me getting up before five AM is is a bit brutal like four or five AM. Yeah. That's that's anywhere in the four. I am range. I mean, sometimes I wake up, but I. Don't I don't have to own. I tend to get to work by six fifteen six thirty. But I do remember. 'cause my my day ans early as well. But I remember when I was working like on law and order special victims unit when we would be at the studio in New Jersey that commute was like, you know, you you would get a van from the west side of Manhattan over to the studio, but you know, then I had to get back to Brooklyn. And I I just remember being so exhausted. Because those days are like twelve hours, fourteen hours sixteen hours, and you're trying to get home at like two o'clock in the morning, and you never really get eight hours of sleep than you have again. It's just now it really wears you out. It's it's it's in a Radic schedule being on location. And I I mean, I do it too. And then if you tack travel onto that, it's it's brutal. It's really brutal in. You're just you're sleeping. You know, your whole schedule is messed up. It's brutal. The thing that really used to bug me. When I worked tickly two summers. I worked the Coca Cola warehouse and I worked third shift from eight at night to like four thirty five o'clock in the morning, and I just never got sleep. Like, a never your whole schedules. Messed up, and like, you know, it was summertime so it was hot out and the sun's out, and it's like, you just never felt rested. Like, you're always dragging in like, you know, you come home, and you wanna go right to bed because it's dark out. But, you know, most people don't come home from work and go right to bed. But you know, then you're up like two hours before you have to be at work..

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

"What is this? What? I read it to him. He was a joke, stop being silly. I'm like, no, it's not a joke and he tried to play it off his job and he went to work that night. That was the beginning of the end, I thought, but I worked at a restaurant roof if seven French bras about a block away from Carnegie Carnegie Hall. And I worked on the patio springtime and we opened the not the patios sidewalk and they put tables outside and the sidewalk. And I like to be outdoors even though it smells like trash in New York at the time, but I liked being outdoors and as I'm serving, like steak frites and whatever else, this French restaurant. All the sudden these buses start going by every single day. Every ten fifteen minutes saying city transportation goes by in their promoting the revival of course line. Then that's interesting point because the guy he was cheating them with was the lead in the revival of a chorus line and every ten fifteen minutes. This bus would go by with this guy and this gold may Leauge hard with his obviously stuff junk because I know what it really looked like. I get a little bit petty, but every every ten minutes or so, I'm out there like refilling Pellegrino's to the European tourists. And I see this guy's big goal. Junk package go right by me, and that was that was my experience for solid three months. I tell the entire story in the book is so fun. No, there's there's definitely tried to x. I was gonna tell that story. He was like, I didn't cheat on you. I was like, come on this fifteen years ago. Right? He's still, he's still doing that story guys. We obviously we could literally do a three hour talk with AJ, but unfortunately we're out of time. I'm going to just read a couple of 'cause you know, we talked about AJ being a host and had a lot of celebrity friends going to name. Some of the names have endorsed the book just so case, you were still skeptical. We have van Jones New York Times, bestselling author and hosted the van Jones show and CNN Shaka name. We have Natalie Morales from excess today's show. We have Vivica FOX. You guys love this. 'cause y'all know, we love insecure this. Cheers. L. who said eighty is a great guy at the huge heart. We need more voices like his out there right now and flipping the script will help give people the courage to use their own voices regardless of their background and current situation. Communication is the way forward in this book is a great step in the right direction. Part Lauren, tie. Thank you. You sway Calloway. Lisa Renna, Jonathan bidding Kelty night. There's literally cover quote, oh, you're covered. Quote is from Erica Jane. Hill. So good. She said, a perfect read for anyone who has ever fallen down and claw their way back up. So make sure you guys get this book because it literally, I'm so excited to read it. So I know you're excited to read it like lately, I've never been more proud of anything and you might find Sophia and can emeal's name in there somewhere. Oh my goodness. I think that's actually perfect timing that. I'm going to quote Brock Obama, and he said, we're the ones we've been waiting for the change that we seek aged Gibson. Thank you so much for being a change agent. Thank you so much for being authentically yourself and being brave enough to use your celebrity in a way that connects to humidity adore, you love it. All right guys. So really fast last call. This one is going to be a shoutout to some of our viewers in the live channel. Read some of your comments. They refunding. So retro coming on canoe, canoe, always out here, making moves eight. Stope west said, I wanted the heart back, but I also wanna hear AJ read it. Here's what I said response. I said, I'm getting both. He has a sexy voice. Ending. Kamerhe Harrington said that she is buying. She said that the universe was talking to you. She's too crazy, responded to a story guys. Thank you. Thank you so much for watching those live. If you are new to the show, if you don't know, you can watch us live every Wednesday, seven.

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"This is Corolla digital. This is reasonable doubt with your hosts, Mark Garib, and out of. Welcome to a special edition of reasonable doubt. It'll be short but sweet. But we've been inundated on Twitter and Instagram and every place else with people wanting to hear Adam. My take on what I think is probably one of the biggest weeks. So far of the presidency in terms of legal developments, would you agree with that. Yeah, since since last week, I mean I just feel like it gets weird. I I was sort of thinking about an again, I'm I'm gonna r an going through in downtown Monterrey. Right? We're heading to Laguna Seca which is probably fifteen minutes, ten fifteen minutes out of town to get. I'm I'm gonna get this car for the first time which Newman eighty five, four championship car. On the tracks and road Atlanta since he drove at road Atlanta. Kip eighty five. But so this a little back story where I'm where I'm going, I I was thinking about life through Trump's is the yesterday and it's not. I don't think there's ever a scenario where he in his mind's eye, won the presidency, and then just became this ongoing legal battle that this never ended from the time, and he took the oath to whenever he steps out off. I've never seen it before. I mean, we've seen it happen in the midst of a presidency, but not just from day one in in in in in in to continue in in to, you know, as many as many sequels as. As transformers. I was saying, it's funny you say that because I was telling a group yesterday that it's hard to believe that the president's longtime personal lawyer can stand up in federal court and give what's called a people have been calling it Al UK allocation -cation, but it's true what it is is giving a factual basis. He's he's an all explain that in a second. So he gives a factual basis that directly ties the president of the United States who he's worked for for twenty years to a payoffs finance supposed- election law violations directly tied to influencing the election, and it's not the biggest story of the day. The bigger story day Manafort convicted, which is mind boggling and he's got to feel under siege. I mean, I don't care what anybody or what spin they're putting on it is. The factual basis that I'll tell you the presidency in one sense is a is an excellent installation for him because I done in the southern district where colon, just energetically more than one occasion. I've sat there and had my factual basis that client articulates rejected by federal judges. It's not good enough for it, didn't apply to the charges where it doesn't state the facts and you haven't accepted responsibility enough. They're very tough on a factual basis, the factual basis, you've got to articulate for the federal judge under oath because they swear you in when you when you do the plea and they make sure you know normally takes a wild, ask you questions as to whether you're under the influence and whether you've been promised anything goes through all of that. One of the reasons they do that is they don't want you coming back later on and say, at my lawyer, hoodwinked me or the prosecutor hoodwinked me. So he did all of this under oath. And, but for the fact that Donald J Trump is the president and you could say, but for he was the president, they wouldn't have had co were there in the first place. So it's a chicken or egg, but for him being the president in any other scenario, he would be indicted and it's just it's breathtaking. Well, it's interesting because his is lawyer paid off. Also. I just like that DEA, whether we don't judge it anymore like, well, he had sex with a couple of weeks ladies. And then of course you get paid, you know, if you have sex, then let me processor like at work like where you just get. Oh, yeah, he you get paid..

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Starters

"Bring, I'll bring the line. The problem with the banding with you're never sure which the mumbles from. That's a good point. About. That's working all the time. Would you if you guys were gonna boys, share a bubble bath? Would you go skinny dipping VAT or you full on naked or you Chinese comfortable chat? All right. There you go. And hopefully you're Tut legs touchy. Touching legs and a bath, not hilarious. Any mid in a hot tub. I find. Touching. Done. What about a hot tub, skinny dip. Right. If you ask me hot. Shining hold that side. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, for a minute or two, and then it's too hot. I find very uncomfortable. That's that's the point. Yeah. And then you get it and it's cold shower. Solar. So how hot is your Beth might? Yeah, temperature was yeah, because they sort of, I don't know after ten fifteen minutes in Vegas. Cool. Lukewarm. Yeah. Okay. I would say on bordering on cool. If you have jets in your jacuzzi, would you turn on. Yes, but not if I have bubbles in there because it goes crazy nuts. Right bubbles is their jets here Vegas tough. Say, usually go insults and throw the throw the. That's what I normally do, but I'm not adverse to a bubble bath, which is. Overrated. I think the idea of making the bubble bath is always more enjoyable than actually getting in specially if you make you ever gotten into a tub like a a bath that it's too hot. Oh, yeah, that's got to be one of the weirdest like you put your thoat. Standing in it. You take it for a second wind down. Weird cabinet, but then you're in, you're like, yeah, it is in like, I'm in for like three minutes and I'm like, all right. I just maybe I can't relax. Yeah, yeah. Can you read in there. Read in voice jer. Never read in Atlanta. Actually we were. We were at at the pool recently and we saw guy reading in the pool and I get nervous like my hands inning. It. And it's gonna fall. Oh well, or it's going to get splashed. Are you putting a towel behind your neck to like, what do you do it for your logic purposes? I usually don't. Wow. Some of them have like a comfortable. But yeah, you often find you need some sort of reinforcement tat. Although. Yeah. That you'll promise you'll going in with a negative. Like I don't like this. I'm going to get into that. You're just going to go, you know what next fifteen minutes or so it's just me and the, but just don't find it all that relaxing. And then you feel then you have that film when you get up and you're like, now I gotta shower anyway. What's the point? Try meditating. Say that. Okay. Okay. Ears under. That business idea for some enough there, man, you brought up the water dropping era. The book dropping in the water, a waterproof kindle. People would buy it. Oh, what kindle price. They don't have that waterproof. Everything else maybe put on these for sure. I guarantee there's a case that was guy was gonna end up there on a high, but Lee looked over at my little and saw that I had jigsaw puzzles on it and point to that like this and then like a dog that want to go for a strong opinion on severely under. Yeah, my six year old is right into puzzles right now doing that with him is the most fun. We having so much fun together and you get that pace it. He was looking for and you put it in that the comraderie in the bonding you feel and then when you can play it, it, it's so much fun. And now I'm just like let by many jigsaw puzzles. This can't. And when you build them, what do you do? Do you just break them up then?.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of the twenty five or thirty castles that she owns around the world i think windsor is her favorite been told that what what what are you laughing about that well i might not it might just be ten or fifteen i i don't know if it's twenty five or thirty how many castles do you have that's the point how many castles the she's got castle she she got balmoral up in scotland got buckingham palace and that's about five castles rolled into one well i was just i was just i was just going to say something i've not seen here before i've i've seen the queen receive us presidents i've never seen a white tent outside the building and i've never seen the queen standing there for ten fifteen minutes waiting for the guys helicopter to land the queen stunned at this i'm thinking okay she's inside and she's got aides around her and they're telling you five minutes jog your majesty ten minutes i'll give majesty and she's sitting there fidgeting wondering if she's outside she standing there and she's talking to some of her underlying she's actually talking to him and the passing the time ten fifteen minutes before before trump's helicopter lands ever seen that before at any rate we'll review much of this as the program unfolds of course peter struck strokes smirk been trying to figure out who this guy is we all know this guy we've all know there's there's a peter struck struck in all of our lives in one sense the guy is bill clinton but he's he's also the the we all knew one of these guys in college we all knew one of these guys in in high school and of course the lid was blown yesterday grab audio sound bite number twenty three the lid was blown yesterday off of the roof of the hearing room when the louie gohmert got his turned ask struck strokes merck a couple of questions and here it is i've talked fbi agents around the country you've been barest them you've been barest yourself and i can't help but wonder when i see you looking there with a little smirk how many times did you look so innocent into your wife's and lied to her mr chairman this outrageous ability mark as chairman our harassment medication gentlemen controls the time that was bob goodlatte the the chairman saying it's still it's still it's still always time i mean he can't be wants to continue we can they jut did you hear all that i mean that was the democrats who had prior to that had suggested that struck strokes merck deserves.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Been diagnosed with cancer and not giving very much maybe a two or three percent chance of survival looking at them and telling them no you know you're gonna survive this you're gonna come through it and telling their loved ones but you know it may appear that that they are going to not make it but they will they're going to be just fine they're going to be in remission and as well with the animals you know i also pre cognisant dream and you know saw the the nine one one incident prior i saw the after effects of it i didn't see what caused it i saw the after effects and sent me into having panic attacks after that yeah anyway but no when it comes to the animals i call it a mental illness because i'm talking to them all the time verbally but as i'm talking to them i'm visualizing in my mind you know whether it's something i want them to do something i don't want them to do you know an animal's tend to come to me when they need help there was a horse last year that came to me it was next door actually to them came to me but one of them came to me and it has no spots really bad and and you can just see the pain on its face and so i you know i called the neighbors and i let them know you know what was going on that that their horse need to tell and in that case i ended up eventually three days later calling sheriff's department to get involved but but normally i would not be doing that sort of thing if it weren't extreme but anyway but the thing was in another weather horses came up to me as i was standing at the fence looking at it that had been smashed years before and and just felt that it was in pain and it turned in walked over the fence and put its muffle right up against my face and i just stood there and close my eyes and visualize tugging it around the neck standing up against the barrel of it's just siding it if you know what i mean and we just stood there for ten fifteen minutes and and then i started losing the picture and and the horse fully lifted it said away and i didn't realize i had my eyes closed so this was going on and all the other horses in in the field came up from standing around that horse and but when it comes to dear it's like like i said it's a it's a mental oneness and they feel very safe and very secure around me i've lived on my property now for twenty four years and yes i do feed them especially during the wintertime especially when the snow gets hard crusty on top after it's rained and frozen it hurts their pastors when they have to dig into the snow and you know so but i can feed the deer by hand in the summertime i can walk through a herd of them and they don't run away but let them see a stranger walking out on the road and they scatter immediately or if a car comes along all of a sudden it's closed down because they're amazed at what they're seeing they'll scattered then also so they are in a heightened state most of the time but they're not around me and i think it has something to do with my triple seven's look at me at my aura it's like looking at the prospect of tree there's a lot of chartreuse a lot of green some blue gold and white and but it but if you had to look at it you know it would look something like the cross cut of a young tree reba we appreciate your full really appreciate your phone call we're going to have to stop here so we'll let you go but thank you for all that information and three seven's you go girl all right so that was reba from colleville washington thank you for calling in a lot of people can can communicate as well like you said you believe that it is a natural thing with with us all i i do and i think we'll hear from people in very varying levels of awareness of their ability but anyone who wants to can develop it further than they already have it so yeah i i'm looking forward to your book coming out get on get on it.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"In the news this morning we have a meeting scheduled in a very short period of time you'll be hearing about it sir we have the location set and we will see if we can do something that people did not think was going to happen for many many years and a lot of bad things could have happened in between i got to speak on the plane these are great people they've been through a lot but it's it's a great honor the great the to honor is going to be if we have a victory in getting rid of nuclear weapons they are really three incredible people had the fact that we're able to get them out so soon with some really attributed to a lot of things including a certain process that's taking place right now tony kim kim heck song and kim dong are the three americans that are now back on american soil it happened overnight little bit after i think probably a little after two thirty eastern time when the secretary of state mike pompeo's plane landed first and then the second plane coming in about ten fifteen minutes later that had the three ex hostages the president and the first lady walked up the steps of the second plane to have a private conversation with the three x hostages and then they all came down the plane about ten minutes later and all had a few words and then the three x hostages were off to the hospital walter we read excuse me and then to probably meet family members who were not there on the tarmac to meet that right they they addressed the media and and then obviously going to get checked out at walter reed medical center were i'm guessing since they were in good health there's a decent chance that their family was able to join them there but we don't know that we will certainly find out more about their time in prison there in north korea in the coming days weeks months and possibly years i think the photo that will come out of this is kim dong joo i believe it is who when he's coming off the plane holds up the victory sign and you know with both of his hands is i mean it's the other men behind him you can barely see it he does the same thing.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on WDRC

"In the news this morning we have a meeting schedule in a very short period of time you'll be hearing about it soon we have the location set and we will see if we can do something that people did not think was going to happen for many many years a lot of bad things could have happened in between i got to speak to him on the plane these are great people they've been through a lot but it's it's a great honor but the great honor is going to be if we have a victory in getting rid of nuclear weapons they are really three incredible people the fact that we able to get out so soon with some really tribute to a lot of things including a certain process that's taking place right down tony kim kim heck song and kim dong truly are the three americans that are now back on american soil it happened overnight little bit apper probably little after two thirty eastern time when the secretary of state's mike pompeo's plane landed first and then the second plane coming in about ten fifteen minutes later that had the three ex hostages the president and the first lady walked up the steps of the second plane to have a private conversation with the three x hostages and then they all came down the plane about ten minutes later and all had a few words and then the three x hostages were off to the hospital walter we read excuse me and then to probably me family members who were not there on the tarmac tomita right they they addressed the media and and then obviously going to get checked out at walter reed medical center we're i'm guessing since they were in good health there's decent chance that their family was able join them there but we don't know that we will certainly find out more about their time in prison there in north korea in the coming days weeks months and possibly years i think the photo that will come out of his is kim dong joo i believe it is when he's coming off the plane holds up the victory sign and you know with both of his hands is i mean it's the other men behind him you can barely see it he does the same thing.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Yeah okay the central art you're thinking if there was like a food market that we went well but central market is a little further right by tra turia mario ten fifteen minutes walkable i shore and it'll get you out of the main touristy eric kind of like it's weird the train comes in central markets air but then everyone heads down south to foos fouzy and all those but central market was really cool big lots of great food again i mean that's what markets are for like food and buying random knickknacks and things like that so central market's pretty pretty cool and then of course one of the things that i think florence is famous for or known for for sure as ponte vecchio which is the bridge that you can walk over the takes his south side or the northside depending what you're you're coming and has all the little what you've got to be you know were they houses originally but always shop not defer they yeah it's just like a pedestrian i don't think cars can go over maybe like think she'll vehicles or something but it's just has all these little shops now i don't know that you would want to buy anything particularly on here because it's very touristed i'm not sure you'd find them really it's all jewelers golden yeah but it's definitely fun to walk through it and then to walk along the river on either side is very beautiful and then you can take pictures of that bridge from another bridge there's all these bridges going across the river it's it's neat there are shops literally built into the bridge and so when you look back at it it looks like it's hanging kind of hanging off the bridge like they pop out of the bridge you've probably seen it it's it's a nealer thing but yeah it's almost all jewelry and gold i'm sure they're wickedly overpriced there's my new england coming out i'm sure they're very very overpriced but and it's a packed bridge but you might as well walk back and forth across his just kind of closely so that ponte vecchio.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Need information that helps us to invest that small amount of of federal and state money to the greatest defect in our state so every now and then we go out to the citizens and we say tell us what we need to know to do our jobs better and there's a whole range of questions that help us explore that start gonna take long to take the the survey it's kind of like a quiz like ten fifteen minutes at the most how do people connect to it so you go to fairly simple url on the on the internet and it's www dot arts artas dot ri dot gov e which is our website forward slash survey and it takes you right there about five minutes five ten minutes so like you say you state agency not a lot of money to survey people other than this so how can what can the results guide you tour kind of information that we're already gathering as a result of the survey so again keep in mind our budget is seven one hundreds of one percent of the state budget so it's not a lot of money and we need to spend it to the best possible in the best possible ways so the survey s rhode islanders for example what limits your participation in attending local arts events.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Um offspring was earlier in the film like you know maybe ten fifteen minutes before that uh the ending what was that reveal to you at the very last seen or was it in that flashed axime previously because uh what are the people i saw the movie with a they they didn't realize it until the end that last seem to the movie the macau i i think i think it's revealed sort of uh a little earlier than the point where he physically what walks up the stairs and into the room i think you know as the audience that this is actually his daughter right i there's a part were ryan gosling has the strokes flashback in the seeing and he remembers though and he says all the best memories or hers i mean that sort of is the big giveaway that oh this memories hers and that cheese the daughter but yeah i i did get it before that last that last seen definitely it was just interesting because my friend uh had a totally different experience of that last seen because that was the revelation to hit him at that moment in i almost wonder should they have done that flashed back earlier the all the grizz memories or hers um would have been a better pay off to have it payoff in that that last moment i think it's good as as it is because you understand the sacrifice that rank offerings characters making by getting decker to that place and if you you know if that was uh a reveal with the very end when he physically through the door you might not even know what officer k is trying to do in out where he's trying to take him and it seems like by establishing that as his goal um you get the satisfaction of watching him achieve that goal right.

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"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ten fifteen minutes" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"That makes a lot of sense for them it's it's getting easier and easier and usually lost question sort of when we speak to them ten fifteen minutes last question there are always getting so where's the west the catch and it's really hard to tell someone that there is no catch riding is there really isn't as much as i would want went to be there does not so i think approaching retailers are works fairly well i mean obviously the more in grain challenger banks get into you know the london ecosystem easier it's going to gather than at some point obviously want to expand out of london so this is probably the one um you know the one limiting factor a little bit for now uh you know that you sometimes need to spent the time and you know explain to people in the first place what challenge bank is and how all of this works and what it means to have access to accounts but other than that it's it's it's going very well and i mean challenger banks all a lot to that community um sending have you guys than leveraging the communities of styling and monzon the the slack communities uh unbelievably response of you can go into these communities with any sort of technical question and some longs for it either someone in the community old stall full respondent help you out and the community response to pretty much i think anybody working with these eight the eyes has been positive on the british excited that you'll buildings on the the the bank they love said they really help you out and i mean with thinking opening up beyond the banks what features do you think would be good fat thanks to open up to develop us so this uh i think so we'll still touched on a little early when you were talking about accessibility and you know they do a really good job of getting you into the dap api and building a prototype but if you wanted to build a product for the public in need to be prepared for the compliance.

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