17 Burst results for "Ten Twelve Minutes"

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Fourth line role where he's getting like eight to ten twelve minutes a game. I think if you give him one more season against with the rain. I don't think that's really going to hinder him at all. And i think that'd be more of a benefit for him. Because i would like to see him. Come up to the kings and play like a fourth or second line role and it's it's just hard because you don't really see that a position really open firm right now so with kelly. I think there's a lot of decision making that the kings wealth to make in terms of where they can play some the start of this. Maybe they give him a couple of games. I i don't think entry level contracts gonna kick in the season matter wet so there's really no slide eligibility there but It's just looking forward to seeing what you can bring an nhl goal scoring ability About but as.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Fourth line role where he's getting like eight to ten twelve minutes a game. I think if you give him one more season against with the rain. I don't think that's really going to hinder him at all. And i think that'd be more of a benefit for him. Because i i would like to see him. Come up to the kings and play like a fourth or second line role and it's it's just hard because you don't really see that a position really open for him right now so with kelly. I think there's a lot of decision making that the kings to make in terms of where they can play some of this. Maybe they give him a couple of games. I i don't think entry level contracts gonna kick in the season matter wet so there's really no slide eligibility there but It's just looking forward to seeing what you can bring. Nhl goal scoring ability About but as.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Think tony snell. Just because he's so consistent. I mean he's not flashy. But i could see especially with what they're going to want to do with that second unit and if they're really gonna try to hand the keys to anthony simon's on offense. I see tony. Snell being the guy. But i think this is gonna gonna battle him. I think that's my for me. The most interesting battling camp is what's going to happen with tony style and the little and who can edge the other one out because with a new coach. I just think tony snell's not the guy is gonna go out there and make self inflicted mistakes were necessarily little. You know being a younger player trying to prove himself my back himself into a corner a little bit. But you know. Kevin pelton brought up a very interesting idea as far as you know rolling out a jumbo lineup. And maybe we see a little bit of larry nance junior at the small forward position in certain lineups. And you know. I just haven't seen it before but i you know it's an interesting thought exercise and i'm wondering if it's something that they will try to experiment with At least early in the season. Yeah i mean. Cleveland had some lynam slash year with With especially earlier in the season in love. And and larry nance so. I think it's entirely possible. Obviously i think this will be a little bit better. It'll just depend. How shakes out. But again like i agree like i totally see that and i agree as well on nas because he was a guy. One of the few gripes had with terry stotts last year and just in terms of rotations. Because i've never really had an issue with his rotations. I've always thought he's pretty good job of managing it last year. Though i wanted nas to play more and it didn't happen. I think this year's your that becomes a real rotation guy because you can look up and down the roster. Think they're eight eight. Pretty clearly solidified spots nine. I think if you're including tony. Snell if i can count correctly That's eight or nine. But point being nas unlocks like that last piece where you can say okay. He's playing ten twelve minutes a game. We need somebody else. who can. Maybe that doesn't like like a super size of like talking about or even downsizing you play him at the three rokos at the four. And you have larry at the five like you can do just a lot more..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on 20/20

"Came early on that he was going to plead. The case was simply overwhelming as much evidence. As i've ever seen against someone and nullify very clear that he's going to be exposed for what he was. Guy is one very very perverted individual. He's not a master criminal. he's not some piece of mythology. He's a child killing piece. I told the court. I said you know. That's all fine and well. They want him to plead guilty. But we want to put on evidence of all of the crimes so people know exactly what happened. Going to hear and see who dennis rader really was not who he wanted the public think he was. Did you attend any of his court. Appearances did you just. I wouldn't have been able to do it. i want. i was torn because you wanna be. They're supportive for your father but the media presence was massively heavy and we were not keen on being anywhere near the media. There's plea hearings are usually ten twelve minutes but this turned into about an hour and a half judge waller rightfully so asked dennis rader to describe what he did. Mr raider i need to find out more information. The judge took him through every victim. Nestle terrel had never strangled anyone before. So i really don't know much pressure. You had been on personal or take the whole family just went. They panic domain. saw i. i worked pretty quick. Mrs and that would have tied it up. And then the mag overhead and strangled him after she was stay on moving anymore. Rearranged or kloesel bit texan photos harris this man standing up in court and what i imagine. What's his church. Suit recounting the murders of his neighbors. One by one by one. I had a commitment to go to so i.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Shows in facebook youtube. Welcome to a crypt on report. Special many episode. What i thought about doing is because we live in switching visual society and we consume everything the streaming and watching. And you know a lot of times. Those are the only time that people are supposed to characters. I've always kind of leaned heavily on the visual side of everything. Because i love movies and always have since. I've been a child and a lot of times. That's our first introduction to things. I've noted on the podcast before that the first introduction to the character i think i remember is the place for cartoons because i remember pleasure cartoons are members from comics in the nicole movies. But i'm pretty sure for so much available at the time. I'm pretty sure. It was the flavor cartoons that i saw. I and that stuck with me so what i'd like to do is do these many episodes and kind of take a step back in. We've talked about a little bit. I think with each where we did. Our pilot season episodes but focusing just a little bit on the people who brought these characters to life on. There's a lot of discussion with the current ones which is fine. Bullets go backwards. You know we did our episode on the suits which helped inform some of these characters and we did our episodes before on the people in the pilot season. So what i'd like to talk to you about today is what i kinda dubbed the forgotten superman and it's nothing against the actor at all it's just because of the style he has been lost on everybody so up further. Do i'd like to introduce this episode. The forgotten superman kirk allen. Now kirk was superman. Excuse me sinus sinus issues going on gotta love the summer. Kirk was superman for what was called the movie serial they were short ten twelve minutes episodes. That would play before a movie back when there were no television and he was the first live action depiction now. There was the nineteen thirty nine world's fair. Which would be a year after. Superman debuted or superman was portrayed by actor. Ray middleton so technically he's the first actor to play superman but there's not a lot we can go into about superman because it was just for the world's fair. I wanted to mention him because he often is forgotten. I understand but kirk has little bit more the legacy. Because we actually got to watch him act and portray both superman in clark but i did want to give a shoutout to ray so that everyone knows. I'm not skipping. ray middleton. Now let's talk about kirk. Allen kirk allen was born october eighth nineteen ten. I'm sadly passed away..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

This is Actually Happening

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

"I had no brakes at the time so i managed to get in my car. Click my seatbelt on. And just as i did that. The screwdriver came through my my driver's doug. Luckily i ducked down a my ham break and the screwdriver win on the back of my head wrist so my hit had been there probably would have got me somewhere about the right eye and in that moment it's like a real vision of like the matrix is bullet time like everything in the world slows down so you can keep thinking at the normal pace about how to deal with it. I started driving and locally in the area about ten twelve minutes away was a police station. But i just had to figure out how to get. The fastest way on wasn't really familiar with the area that my girlfriend was living in the town and then at the same time i suddenly realized that that now i was barreling down this hill probably doing sixty miles an hour in like a thirty mile an hour zone and very fast approaching a t junction bottom of the road. I managed to get to the bottom of the page action and realizing i could use my ham. Breaking ghia down was a manual. So i could get down maybe enough to slow my car down to look around the corner safe as get get around the corner then keepdriving. I did as i thought. I would. But i managed to pull my hambrecht straight out of my car. The bottom of at t junction. I got around the t junction and i started hitting towards a small township. He had caught up to may and was ramming. My car from the right hand side and i could see him now. He keeps speeding up. Heading my car and i keep accelerating and trying to pull a of him and looking in my rear view mirror looking as well as looking ahead the whole time we were coming through. Traffic lights and i was thinking traffic light. I've got to slow down and do what you would do. But then i was thinking. Now we've got a somehow. Make up some new rules as we go on this. If there's no oncoming just floor at so i was constantly speeding up trying to slow down my handbrake was now by simply reached so far out. It wouldn't even move. So i was justly for with my with my keys. Thumbnail driving toward someway with no clear path of direction No real route out. That i could see and he swift around obviously thinking i was going to go. Forwards and again kip getting along. Sort of make kicked ramming into the sodom like cow. I saw his hand. Come up in my peripheral vision in my back window smashed in blowing and he wasn't even neom me. We flew through this road. And i came to this first round belt and i was doing twice the speed limit to safely get around that roundabout with outbreaks and as i into the roundabout and i tried to tune. I knew my cows going way too fast to make the tight roundabout ten so it at that point. It looked like i was about to kind of go off but luckily luckily he clipped the back of my car at the last minute and spun my car around so my cow was facing out of the roundabout and i got out of there. I saw an entrance to the freeway. I was trying to get to suddenly. I felt this great sense of relief. The speedo was doing was still too fast. And i remember my casts slid into a a traffic island connor thing with a power pole walls and i hit. That saw it on my cowan up on the left hand side. The two wheels some slammed down. Now as i came back down he just barrelled straight into the corner of my car and it was crazy. He just didn't seem to lead up as much as i would get ahead of him he would catch up now. I was facing the freeways. I just planted my foot but the faster i win the more my hall steering shaking and shaking in my car was gesturing like just go must impossible to drive but i thought you know. I have nothing to lose now. So i'm just gonna put my foot down accelerated up. And i saw him in my rear view mirror disappear beck and i thought okay. Something's gone maybe he's going back to my girlfriend's house so i started looking around on my floor from my cell phone which i couldn't find thought if he's going back to the house and i count worn. This is terrible. But i i'd no idea what to do. I came straight down in the the bottom of that offramp was again tastes that went onto the road that the bayreuth that win long and headed towards the police station. I tried to turn my cab but the spade was kinda pushing my car off to the side and i- barreled straight off. The freeway couldn't slow down enough. And i hit a traffic holland again. Straight on and hit the travel ban lifted up in the year jumped over the traffic island of wind. Hit the ground at blow out my right hand tyrod walls and down with a hell of a crash by now. I was only kilometer to the police station. I was i was close. I could say it but an instant suddenly behind me and they need got in front of me on this road. I'm now facing the police station. And i'm like he's back like this is. This is just relentless. There was nothing. I could do to outsmart them. There was nothing. I could do to think of a different option that he wouldn't thank off. Those does now a skype.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast

Sadhguru's Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast

"Fruit. He's definitely the best thing. Only those people who enjoy in the pins them enjoy part of them being dead. Don't think it's a joke. A lot of people do a lot of people. Enjoy lethargy nausea. Unfortunately that means some graham life is not touched up so sleeping intoxication overeating. And just lying down. There had feels better than being alive and active and dynamic in once lie so only for such a person fruit. Maybe a problem because it'll keep you alert and awake. He doesn't keep you intoxicated. Unless it of course so he has that quality also. You just have to wait. One can no on extreme sense of joy and intoxication. Deep pleasure out of heightened levels of awareness also but now the question is can i be normal and eat fruit or can i eat fruit and still be normal. You know even adams started with a route so when we food who must understand. Fruit is one aspect which native self intense to food in the sentence most food. But you'll find. Let's say a mango an apple. Being of may i refuse to talk about apple. I'll talk over. Mango seed is the important part of the mango. The flesh. he's only android so new. So that animals and birds go for this and carry the seeds somewhere far away. And i think for this question simple answer in your general practice of life itself. Suppose you are ill in a hospital. Let's say you're in a hospital bed. Nobody brings you baloney. Isn't they'll bring fruits because even your friends and relatives understand that. Okay eating all that you got sick at least now you eat sensibly. That's a message. So fruit can do backless. Things to the body. Sufficient consumption of fruit can do great things to the system. One can become very very alive and active no matter what is your last time but if you're doing very menial kind of job let's say you're digging every day physically not by with the my scene but you physically digging and doing very hard work. Then you'll find every two hours you get hungry because of the flute because there is only that much volume you can eat but it gets digested so rapidly that huma feel empty stomach till you come to a certain level of atmos where you're able to be and still be energetic because hunger is about running out of energy it's like you're running out of battery. That's why you need to eat. But today a lot of people are most people say they feel a little empty stomach. Feel like eating to get out of this. You need a little bit of a mess that you're empty stomach still. You're okay because your energetic energy starts dipping you eat so if you go on a total food died you may have to expend little more time on the lunchtime need. Need slowly so that you can just in a fruit because with little you'll feel full because it's generally sweet so one has to wait and slowly eat. There is also by o clock within us that let us say your normal meat cooked meal. You re taking ten twelve minutes to eat even if you eat fruit by the time you reach ten twelve minutes your body. Ceo eaten enough. So you have to consciously more because it is timing you. It is not looking at the phil. It's just timing you when the ten minutes are gone you your full so one has to go beyond that and consume enough but if you are only influ died and physically very active it is important that may be you bring three meals and your day and most of you may already be doing it so the dams day sleeping six hours or eight hours or whatever for the remaining sixteen to eighteen hours. three times. Eating is more than enough treating route but stomach will feel empty within two hours time so you must get used to hanging on with high energy but empty stomach. This is the time your brain works best. This is the time as a human being. You function best. It'll be good for you so you wanted to use your brain power and also physical activity. It'll work perfectly well but the fruit that you get in the market today. We don't know what it is. That is a little bit of a problem. Because i clearly notice this. The kind of country roots that we used to eat when we were young and today the farm grown fruits that are coming to us even in india. I'm in here turned the matter altogether. even india. they are not the same. They're much bigger rounder. Better looking but this botox. this doesn't work. i can feel. It's not the same level of saying in it simply because this is made for the market not for the men. These foods are essentially made for the market. This doesn't mean that they're totally a waste but they don't have the same.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Gays are comedy aaron foley. Dana here with us. To and erin. I i wanna know sort of now. I mean you did such a good job keeping this going during covert now. We're we're sort of coming out of it Or we are coming out of it. And i'm wondering what the future looks like are like are you. Are you stoked for this. I am i you know. I don't know what's going to happen. But i think i think what's going to happen is like they'll probably be a combo of doing the live show again. And then maybe doing. Some special event shows on rush ticks I just have to figure out. I mean it's it's sort of like. I think we're going through this weird stage of people want to go out. They don't wanna go out. They they want to go out but they don't want to be in a pack room they wanna you know it so. I think it's just comedy wise. Were in this kind of weird. Maybe i would say to three month transition period Where i think people will just kind of fear it out. I think it's going to be really month-to-month You know what the next steps are. But you know whether it's a reincarnation of gazer. Whatever it is they'll be i will be. Oh you know in support of some monthly gay something somewhere. I think i'm just gonna leave it at that. I don't know what what's going to happen. I get a shirt. I support some monthly gay. Something somewhere that's i don't really know how to answer the question but i think that's what i'm going to still work towards something gay and find where people are slinging jokes and feel super comfortable and safe. It had sports. And fred lay Because that's that's that's always going to be my goal. So i've got to figure out what that what that means. I love the idea of like somehow keeping it digital to maybe live streaming. I think there's so many people you know when covid hit whether it's comedy or music or You know the that previously to cova. There's so many people who couldn't get out to venues too. And i think that that sort of opens up the audience and i think that that would be a pretty amazing idea because it just it i think he just have the potential reaching so many more people. Yeah yeah for sure. It's a catch twenty two in air and you could pride tested. This is that when everyone can come to every show all the time. And you're like. Oh my god i did not write another fifteen minutes because you guys were all here. All all of you were here last month. All of you so. I think getting back to live comedy and the other thing erin. Nine vogt knows so do you is that we know we gotta work out jokes that we try and gauge whether they're funny by audience reaction when you're doing a malone in your living room every job gives either killing or suck in. You're really not sure. So hard without that live feedback But yeah i mean hey is to hosted an open mike. For six years. I did the same material every sunday. So i mean people are into it. People will start. I mean like like shouting your punch lines out before you get to him. it's awesome. I love alison. That spin on on what i call. Timeless classics is wonderful. That was always at that. Is always that extra pressure dana. You're right. I mean i host the show for every month for twelve years and it's ten minutes up top and you you. I'm constantly putting new stuff in not that it's ready but i gotta put in what am also hosting that first. Ten twelve minutes. You know how we both know how it is. It's like you also have this job to get everybody out of what i call out of their cubicle. Ps nobody works in la. you. Know what i mean so you gotta get them out focused. You know what i mean. It's it's yeah. I think host hosting is incredibly difficult. I don't know why we put young comics hosting anything is completely insane. The headliner should host the whole show but you know it's it's it's a beast that's why that's why i always said like i always kept going because of you know the the crowds were they were. They were up for it they were. They're always excited and i was. I would go. I don't know if this works. I really don't because i have no. He's coming out of the pandemic having done. Stand up for the last eleven months. No idea like. I've been doing it. I don't know if it's been working. But i'm trying but like the last show. I did together literally if no one in been watching. It was myself. Deanne smith alec mapa bridge mcmanus aaron foley and we for the first fifteen minutes watched alec mapa trion were technology and if nothing else had happened that night. It was such a blissful time to spend with each other So sometimes the audience is very important but in days of covid really are they even bear. Yeah yeah and you have to do material right. What kind of crowd worker you going to do on zoom colleague. Hey let's look at that screen name. Hey put your job in the chat. I mean it's just totally weird. Because what i host and i'm terrible hosting what i. I'm usually just doing crowd work. You know that it's it's such different world. I know. I think you know you get you. Know some zoom stuff. You really get some feedback you know on rush take. They're like super professional. So it like so. They're taking the pressure off the audience. So they're not on zoom. It's another type of platform. Where so which i think is really good for the audience but for the performer. You're just literally performing it to like dana in the screen like the. You can't see anyone. But i honestly think maybe that might be better in a way because week before i started doing it on rush ticks. I was doing a comedy show and it was. One of the screens was just a grill..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Gays are as comedy aaron foley. Dana here with us. To and erin. I i wanna know sort of now. I mean you did such a good job keeping this going during covert. Now we're we're sort of coming out of it Or we are coming out of it. And i'm wondering what the future looks like are are you. Are you stoked for this. I am i you know. I don't know what's going to happen. But i think i think what's going to happen is like they'll probably be a combo of doing the live show again and then maybe doing some special event shows on rush ticks I just have to figure out. I mean it's it's sort of like i think we're going through this weird stage of people want to go out. They don't wanna go out. They they want to go out but they don't want to be in a pack room they wanna you know it so. I think it's just comedy wise. Were in this kind of weird. Maybe i would say to three month transition period Where i think people will just kind of fear it out. I think it's going to be really month month-to-month you know what the next steps are. But you know whether it's a reincarnation of gazer. Whatever it is they'll be i will be. Oh you know in support of some monthly gay something somewhere. I think i'm just gonna leave it at that. I don't know what what's going to happen. I get a shirt. I support some monthly gay. Something somewhere that's i don't really know how to answer the question but i think that's what i'm going to still work towards something gay and find where people are slinging jokes and feel super comfortable and safe. It had sports. And fred lay Because that's that's that's always going to be my goal. So i've got to figure out what that what that means. I love the idea of like somehow keeping it digital to maybe live streaming. I think there's so many people you know when covid hit whether it's comedy or music or You know the that previously to cova. There's so many people who couldn't get out to venues too. And i think that that sort of opens up the audience and that would be a pretty amazing idea because it just it i think he just have the potential reaching so many more people. Yeah yeah for sure. It's a catch twenty two in air and you could. I tested this. Is that when everyone can come to every show all the time. And you're like oh. My god i did not write another fifteen minutes because you guys were all here. All all of you were here last month. All of you so. I think getting back to live comedy and the other thing erin. Vogt knows so that we know we gotta work out jokes that we try and gauge. Whether they're funny by audience reaction when you're doing a malone in your living room every job gives either killing or suck in. You're really not sure. So hard without that live feedback But yeah i mean hey is to hosted an open mike. For six years. I did the same material every sunday. So i mean people are into it. People will start. I mean like like shouting your punch lines out before you get to him. it's awesome. I love alison. That spin on on what i call. Timeless classics is wonderful. That was always at that. Is always that extra pressure dana. You're right. I mean i host the show for every month for twelve years and it's ten minutes up top and you you. I'm constantly putting new stuff in not that it's ready but i gotta put in what am also hosting that first. Ten twelve minutes. You know how we both know how it is. It's like you also have this job to get everybody out of what i call out of their cubicle. Ps nobody works in la. You know what i mean so you gotta get him out focused. You know what i mean. It's it's yeah. I think host hosting is incredibly difficult. I don't know why we put young comics hosting anything is completely insane. The headliner should host the whole show but you know it's it's it's a beast that's why that's why i always said like i always kept going because of you know the the crowds were they were. They were up for it they were. They're always excited and i was. I would go. I don't know if this works. I really don't because i have no. He's coming out of the pandemic having done. Stand up for the last eleven months. No idea like. I've been doing it. I don't know if it's been working. But i'm trying but like the last show. I did together literally if no one in been watching. It was myself. Deanne smith alec mapa. Bridget mcmanus aaron foley and we for the first fifteen minutes watched alec mapa trion were technology. And if nothing else had happened that night. It was such a blissful time to spend with each other So sometimes the audience is very important but in days of covid really are they even bear. Yeah yeah and you have to do material right. I mean what kind of crowd worker you going to do. On zoom colleague. Hey let's look at that screen name. Hey put your job in the chat. I mean it's just totally weird. Because what i host and i'm terrible hosting what i. I'm usually just doing crowd work. You know that it's it's such different world. I know. I think you know you get you. Know some zoom stuff. You really get some feedback you know on rush take. They're like super professional. So it like so. They're taking the pressure off the audience. So they're not on zoom. It's another type of platform. Where so which i think is really good for the audience but for the performer. You're just literally performing it to like dana in the screen. Like you can't see anyone. But i honestly think maybe that might be better in a way because week before i started doing it on rush ticks. I was doing a comedy show and it was. One of the screens was just a grill..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Of busting breaths chops, like short in the rotation, like, you don't feel awesome job. I mean, you know, they had that little stint there when it was, you know, I think it was Nesmith and Pritchard and semi and whoever and you're looking at there, was one starter left and you're like, oh, you know, like off the scoring's of worried when you think of this step too because it's worry, it's good, it's good. You could get those defensive rebounding minutes from Langford, but he's not going to give you any score yet, but he had a cut cutting way up a game. Is that and you woke up and down the score-sheet tonight, it's a miracle. They scored 118, you know, they played good enough defense where they only needed 101, the win this one. But Thompson was legitimately your thoughts option here with smart laboring or whatever and everything and get all the bad things Thompson does. Yeah. Every time you caught the ball, he bring it down low and he tried and he tried to drive a little bit and you're like a bad free-throw shooting game too. Yeah, but we should be a computer G and he was good but I am this sucked. I don't know what it was dead terrorist. How aggravating of the Toronto again but like, how can you aggravate it that bad? Just like, you know. Thanks thankfully it wasn't like twisty me spraying tear off with something bad, so that's a relief but like if that's going to happen on a play like that and he's going to go down in such freaking Agony. I don't know what that we didn't like the way he was moving early. It was nice dog. Are but he wasn't himself. Now, if you can get him standing up and, you know, the grid through 14 minutes and make some nice plays again. Like, I don't think there's a legitimate choice of major injury playing through this, which is fine. They're going to get another like four or five days here before they play again, so maybe he can stand out there and give you at least ten twelve minutes again, but it feels like the wage reacting to this..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"You can't see your shadow. You may be able to look like this and see something of your shadow but for the most part show is hidden from us. So it's parts of us. We don't know about unconscious. Okay ed it doesn't mean they're not the other people can see. I was just gonna say so if you look at somebody else and you can see them and their shadow. We're seeing those two parts of them. Yes and if. I can pick stuff out of you that you can't see obviously right like a personality trade or or something. I feel like as a flaw pick it out of you i myself. I can't say yes and then the other thing is you can't tolerate that person is it. Gives you the creeps if you can't stand behind their presence that's a real clue the Part of you so it behooves us to learn about our shadow because if we can learn about it then we can use that in a productive manner. Together we can actually do it together and get to know real people instead of our projections. I'm recently last year. I did a webinar and it was online and it was ninety nine dollars a person. It took me six to eight months to complete it. it has six different modules. And it's how to go into your own shadow how to go how to recognize it. Our mother and our father complexes are repeating patterns in relationships how they occur why we fall in love with we fall in love with. It's very comprehensive has videos audience tdf's cartoons and it was ninety nine dollars. And i have decided this this past week to give away free so go to my website shadowed the dot com and up at the top right log in and get started on learning about your own shadow. I also have a a new youtube series. Starting i started yesterday ume and astrology one or one where. I'm going to explain some of the terminology because when you read you have very complicated. And there's a lot of terminology that people aren't aware of so i fought. I will explain it and stories and use astrology in it and just do ten twelve minute videos my website. My website is shattered dance dot com and my youtube channel is rebecca. I e i n a go for it. Well then is beautiful because so many of us hesitate when you know. Ninety nine.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"Thing you know the thing. I can't even tell what it is. That biden appointed to be the head of the air force that she would be or it would be the joint chief of the joint chiefs that represents the air force. Oh but it's a wonderful is greatest moment in air force injury. It's a woman who the lesbian and she's also minority. She got freckles. I guess it'd be a minority minority. What the tragedy of all this is people are going to die. Lots of people are going to die as a result of this. It's not a joke to have angry. Ugly women dykes elevated. Because they pretend like they're men elevated to positions mentioned hold especially in the armed forces. That's not funny. And the men that the actual men your sons and nephews that they get to command are gonna die as a result. There's a reason women don't wage. You know what's funny. I'll tell you. I give you something you could. Funny the veggie connect with this if you can stomach the lane. Watch the news. Zack snyder. You'd had to get. Hbo mac away for to come out on rental or whatever justice league. There's a scene in there and it takes about takes about. I don't know ten twelve minutes or so where the amazonian women have to guard. This thing called the box. There have been guardians of it for thousands of years. And if you watch carefully the fight scenes choreographed as they are sixty girl trend resent their men in spartan uniforms fighting the bad guy alien. And there's a couple of places where i guess in the editing room. They just couldn't fix it were they. Let the the catfight. Basically let these women again dressed up as spartans in a catfight and they left the action scene in. And it's funny because you look and go like okay. Yeah you guys aren't going to protect that box dude. They never had a prayer. The box was going to be claimed by the alien dude and alien just kinda yuck yuck yuck then went by. This is what an all angry ugly. Pms sink of women looks like they actually filmed it for the justice. And actually see if you want to see what it looks like rent that movie. Watch that scene and watch the cat fighting which is just just. Watch the inroads. Because you can't teach look we're all woken stuff now show you got h. and r. Woken stuff right now. Being applied to all this and young girls taking steroids. They shouldn't be taking so maybe some of them develop some saying maybe and some masculine tendencies. But they're still girls they're still women. There's a biological difference and there's a lot of hormones again wangle. Yeah yeah you can't build a bicep like that now.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Thing you know the thing. I can't even tell what it is. That biden appointed to be the head of the air force that she would be or it would be the joint chief of the joint chiefs that represents the air force. Oh but it's a wonderful is greatest moment in air force injury. It's a woman who the lesbian and she's also minority. She got freckles. I guess it'd be a minority minority. What the tragedy of all this is people are going to die. Lots of people are going to die as a result of this. It's not a joke to have angry. Ugly women dykes elevated. Because they pretend like they're men elevated to positions mentioned hold especially in the armed forces. That's not funny. And the men that the actual men your sons and nephews that they get to command are gonna die as a result. There's a reason women don't wage. You know what's funny. I'll tell you. I give you something you could. Funny the veggie connect with this if you can stomach the lane. Watch the news. Zack snyder. You'd had to get. Hbo mac away for to come out on rental or whatever justice league. There's a scene in there and it takes about takes about. I don't know ten twelve minutes or so where the amazonian women have to guard. This thing called the box. There have been guardians of it for ers of years. And if you watch carefully the fight scenes choreographed as they are sixty girl trend resent their men in spartan uniforms fighting the bad guy alien. And there's a couple of places where i guess in the editing room. They just couldn't fix it were they. Let the the catfight. Basically let these women again dressed up as spartans in a catfight and they left the action scene in. And it's funny because you look and go like okay. Yeah you guys aren't going to protect that box and dude. They never had a prayer. The box was going to be claimed by the alien dude and alienated. just kinda. yuck yuck yuck then went by. This is what an all angry ugly. Pms sink of women looks like they actually filmed it for the justice. And actually see if you want to see what it looks like rent that movie. Watch that scene and watch the cat fighting which is just just. Watch the inroads. Because you can't teach look we're all woken stuff now show you got h. and r. Woken stuff right now. Being applied to all this and young girls taking steroids. They shouldn't be taking so maybe some of them develop some saying maybe and some masculine tendencies. But they're still girls they're still women. There's a biological differences and there's a lot of hormones again wangle. Yeah yeah you can't build a bicep like that now.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Bagel. Oh he likes of fresh lease is back on the batch biggest way possible over to on twitter on sports grid all the time in game live everything else. I can't keep track of all of it. I know he's on this show a lot and on. We had on coast-to-coast the other day as well. He uses it as a as a harbinger to pick up chicks. Here's the deal Jogos goes on and then he gets dates. Chicks dig joe when they see him on coast to coast. It's gotta. It's almost like free. It's i the branding of joe for checks like he goes on for like ten twelve minutes and he gets like five days out of it. I mean the phones pop and after he goes on coast to coast. It's like a. It's like a dating service. He goes on my show and he gets chicks. It's unbelievable that well we care about data tournament. Tell the truth. Joe i have to admit first of all i love the show. You know that. And every time i'm on coast to coast you're right. It's like you like perfect marketing from the best show and and you just pump me up. So what better way to get girls and we talk college basketball. There's nothing better in my. In my opinion. I think so. I agree with that. I think you know we dig checks and we dig hitting college basketball all right. So what studio joe. We got four games tomorrow and then we got a lot of games friday and saturday to cover. Tonight's the night to do it. Apparently carver high's here he's ready. He's got his pen ready. He's got his. I think he stole it from cbs. I dunno he's got this really expensive reporter. We used to take it with this to vegas to interview The heavyweight champion of the world and and I don't even know. I think i took one of them to who knows. I have a lot of equipment. I carver high's got most. He's right now recording you. He's writing things down. He's got his sheet of integrity that he's building. It's all happening. Who do you like in the four games on opening night. Basically thursday the deal Seventies people are saying. Oh i don't wanna watch those games. Those aren't good games. And i don't know what you're talking about. I wanna watch all the games they start at five o'clock texas southern mount saint. Mary's are you gonna run with these games. Drake in wichita state appalachian state norfolk state. Are you gonna run with us with ucla. michigan state. all of them are just doing one. Now i'm doing to actually tomorrow. I'm writing all of them. I'm not gonna lie might sprinkle a little. I like down same. Mary's early light the over eileen to be over in that first game. I really like wichita state. You know they opened up. There's a one and a half two point favorite. It's now drake the other way a lot of money coming in on drake. I don't buy it. I think the more physical team who college team. Richard thaw state. I think they win. That ballgame also like plus one fourteen on the money. Line that state or and i know we talked about the other night on coast to coast. That's just sitting study at three. Hasn't really moved all week. That gives me the indication. I lean a little too state. Don't really love that game but like appalachian state is the favourite there and then the big one night got you know a lot of money and a lot of people back in michigan state and tom. Izzo gonna take the bucket with the pac twelve team. I know the phonetics paper counters. Forgive the bruins. Plus the to also i complex won't sixteen i. I know i love i like. Ucla love them. What are what are you. Love for joe honestly. Ucla like how many games they lost. They were bleeding out. That mean they were like indiana bleeding out. I know i know are not because it's a play in type of game and a lot of pressure on michigan state. If you just look at the last month and a half the machines and on paper you gotta give the edge michigan state. But i'm not sold on this team. I'm just not lankford. In the crew. There radic consistent you know perimeter shooting team. Everything is down low and i think. Ucla's more athletics. i don't think it will be an easy game i do. I do feel that. Ucla along the floor on them and catching a bucket in that atmosphere. Take the dog. i think The loser of the texas southern mount saint. Mary's game should have to hire archie miller as their next coach insert. A loser has hired him as their next coach. And then i actually. I think i think drake's gonna give wichita state problems. I know norfolk states. Good basketball team. They've been in this before they've had up major upsets they can ball. They're not bad. And i think both of those teams are terrible. Ucla michigan state basically. They're both terrible babble. It you know. Let's face the end of the season was terrible. And the bishop in state season was terrible from the jump and they've had a couple of moments of glory when they won three big games in a row that the god of in the tournament. Frankly and now that they're they're a because they showed in those three games against heavyweights that they can bang and win. And so i think those too bad teams. I lean toward them. I'm just leaning down but We'll see what happens. I think those games are actually gonna be better than anybody thinks. I think they always are. Joe don't you like. I actually liked the to playing games or whatever the four playing games on on opening night. I'm all for it like bring it on. Are you kidding there. I mean i agree with you. I mean tight games with the opportunity to advance to the tournament. That's what it's all about. The books are telling you that right now. You know to have these totally games points or less across the board you know we have even vary so really it really lays out to you know it's going to be blue collar hard hard type games and most likely go to the last three or four minutes. So that's what you want. Come tournament time. This is a unique tournament in twenty twenty one. Anybody can win it scotty. And this is what it's all about. Let's go tomorrow night. So who do you think's better in big games. obviously you'd say is overcrowded. And right like if it were just down to the coaches you you'd pick Is a yeah. I would i would i. I mean resume. You can't argue with tom. There's you know he's been there done that you know. He can't coach this team up. But again you know we've seen it this year the blue bloods and the teams early on. I know they found their way. But also you know you gotta look at the public perception as well. I just feel like a lot of people are back in michigan here. I don't wanna be on the same side. The sporty i really. Don't you know i know. Ucla comes through the pac twelve. Colorado laid up against oregon state in the championship game. But i'm willing to back. The bruins year in a playoff has the game. You know first round game. Maybe not but a playoff type atmosphere..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"You know, the three guys are back together. Oh man, that's too funny in the comments. Okay, I want them. What about you? I want more rocker 213 is low. I mean what took the kid gloves off. What does the Congress? I think? I don't know. I think it's I think it's I think it's avoiding too big lineups now having all three of your best players back and and playing those guys more minutes and you've just the rotations now tough unless you're planning to bigs on the floor off for large chunks of time. Somebody's going to one of those guys is going to end up with ten twelve minutes every single night. Play around get his value up at you know, see what you got. You know, when you going to see what you go with this guy just going to play in 30 minutes for the rest of his career thirty minutes a game. That's why he drafted him. I don't think so. I mean he's not he's not, you know, he's not nine years old like this guy's an he's an adult he can play 1520, you know low 20 minutes. I want to see that I want to see what they've got with them, you know took him out there. They can roll whatever the law lobs. So that's one thing. I want to see embrace the role of gravity Jimmy exactly gravitational pull per game. I want to see that and I'm still waiting to see if Romeo is ever going to play this year. I think that could possibly change things. You know me. I don't know anything. I want in Romeo. I just think on that big rotation. I'm trending towards Thompson playing the the least minutes of those three and I have been for a while now that Rob is back. I want to see Tristan playing the fewest minutes of those three. Oh wow. I like Tristan the Lakers match up though. Come on. Let's get into that real quick because let's face it. You got me and see what need that muscle. You know, you'll need a little more muscle contraction. If I'm I'm Brad. I'm like, hey, I know that's the problem that the troops to do. You're not yet John if you don't deliver against the chance when you get afuckin, what if I'm Brad, I mean what what I have you here for not going to like even your best-laid Champions, you know, I just I forgot the Lakers are next that's going to be ugly if they don't defend mister mister. Oh, I'm the only one the locker room here with the ring. Come on. Let's see. Let's see how long this is it if I'm Brad, I'm like you show it to me now or I'm going to continue minutes. It's inexplicable and he has to at some point. I'm all for building them up ramping them up when I get in the forward things now the excuses with him are valid but.

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Business School

Business School

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Business School

"I have said that to me so one of the that i that i mentor is starting to get online more than he said to me. And just because of who he is nine figure business he has he. Just he's famous said he automatically has but he barely social media. Presence is terrible right like campos. Those boys is kind of trying to figure it out. Just like the body of evidence right. he's trying to figure it trying to figure it out and he's i am not joking. He says to me. Do you believe this. Like i didn't even get a hundred legs on that bus. Barely one hundred. And so i asked him. You have to brush it off for a second. I'm like okay cool. Don't worry about it by the way. What would you do today. All i went to my you know my my daughter was back in class and it was bring your father to workday. I said okay. How many kids in your daughter's class and he says there because of covid etc is a larger room. It was twenty nine kids. And i said great. Did you do said i walked in on. I told them what i did for work every day. And they all ask me questions like you know mr. So and so how did you do and i. It was the best part of my day. I said how long were you there. He said why don't like ten twelve minutes. I said so. You were totally lit up by twenty nine kids. You know totally flagging you down. Etcetera and i said you got three times that engagement on a on a post that you just posted sitting in your tesla. I think you did amazingly. And he's like. Oh yeah if you ally shift. I'm like these are real people's..

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"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve minutes" Discussed on Pantheon

"But i do the way you start your phone and then finally buddy instant student my last here. This is a new one inch on the king of the taj mahal piano solo. Email is a real sore point for me because he does drugs under the and the problem with that solo was we were all taking. This is a live concert that fillmore east. We all thinking long long solos ten twelve minutes solos and my solo started off really soft and really logical and really sensible and finally built to the last two minutes or so when i had lost my mind and it was just crazy crazy crazy. Frantic high energy. Will dave rubinsohn. Once my colleague at columbia records that taj mahals producer decided that he would not use the i ten minutes. Just use the last two minutes so it's off and one hundred percent it goes from there and there's no zero to one hundred so it makes no logic at all. No wonder dodgers john. Simon because it's been twelve minutes but people are all that wonderful solo but is a better time better touch my healthcare and also on a song called stealing that i did really john if by any chance. The original mix on additive mix of vast exist. Why not get released as probably receive of that album. I'd love to the whole world released. Here's another relief. Story steve forbes art. You may know steve forbes. I got a call from steve floorboards manager. Who also happen to be the manager of the first record by producing the red room above the circle that manager net net lice was a manager. Steve forber and he said you know. Steve contract year was epic columbia records. And this producer. I'm not gonna mention. His name is not a courtesy he just got an offer to produce barbra streisand instead. And he's a short me that is. Commitment is the steve. But just in case you available. I said sure. I'd never heard steve sharp. Then i got the call the next day the mid management. I'm a man of my word is. I'm a man of my word so this producer. And so the next day man of his word not to be a man of his word and he went with barbara streisand. And so this guy called me up and said would you produce so steve said i want to do the recording with no spices. No overdubbed no. I was so happy to hear that. Because i love that of honesty in recording. So there we were at a studio in nashville with steve playing ca-car and his monica and singing electric guitar lessons piano player oregon player also blake according to a times a drummer an electric bass player three horns. Three vocalists live in studio fabulous. The engineer jean michel berger did a beautiful job. A beautiful job with it and we went remixed it and he did. A beautiful. Mix was fabulous. So i meet stephen new york city. The master human. Steve comes in with the newest rolling stones album. I don't remember which one it was. But he puts it in the turbulences out into sound like this unsaid. steve That album is wonderful. It is as it is was done. Incrementally the most far instrument by instrument and then squashed with limiter the computer so that everything would be in your face at all times and up at maximum volume. And you wouldn't have the transparency that we worked so hard to get in nashville where you can really feel you. You're in the studio musicians. He said i don't care. I want the those out. So that's the thing that was was released. I took for his credit. Always says he thinks too much you say guests is up too much so i have that original tape. I have and i've been talking over the years. They can't be released release. Can your. there's would love this. Got to remember In the top. He's he has the original in some vault somewhere in the depths of new jersey. Something that's question a quick question. Yes i when. I was listening to the weight on headphones last night. And it has such a monumental majestic sound especially the drums. But but everything great. It's just five instruments insanely right. That has a presence and half the touchy on the tape. The most records from nineteen sixty seven. Don't they just don't sound like it. So what was so great about an all studio to well. I was the engineer on the sure there was. Roy succumb scholley acas. Maybe you're staffing. Johnny us might. Yeah now you know. I am not an engineer. Producers can be engineers are friends wives manages. I am not an engineer. An arranger as a musical region. So i really can you know people ask me what microphone did use this. I don't know who is silver. There's something about the arrangement of that song that will allow things to stand separate together at the same time. It's also leon's voice. Leave voice had to i love that word and also was only only with acoustic guitar rather than again. So that may have something to do with it. When you talking about the mix you're talking about the original dictate. Mix right not the not the remix of several years ago. Not the original but you you have an issue with the more recent mix secretary i call on the unmixed because we assume we worked so hard to mix that thing just to our own personal taste. Sometimes it would be hands on the failures. Pre computer computerization before favors moved by themselves by magic god-like. Hey and these were hands on the thing so the next unmixed loses the beautiful balance between the three voices and features drums to a great degree and disregards the horns pretty much and so i don't know what what the motivation was for that except to sell the same room to us again.

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