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The Mysterious Case of The Boys on the Tracks
"Stephen hit the emergency brake. While simultaneously sounding the whistle. The train was traveling at the federal speed limit of fifty five miles per hour which caused the cars to shudder and buck when the emergency brake was applied. Stephen never let off the whistle. But the three men didn't see the pair on the tracks move flinch at all the sound made when the train ran over the two bodies. No doubt haunted these three men for the rest of their lives according to lever. It's book the boys on the tracks. The boys were dragged under the train for a bit. Stephen managed to get his shocked reaction under control and was successful in bringing the train to stop the crew. Radio dispatch to alert them to the incident and then local law enforcement was notified when the men walked along the tracks. They begin finding body parts. They noticed something was odd. There wasn't much blood. Jerry was a native arkansan who had hunted his entire life and knew how animals bled when they were killed. He said later that there was very little blood and of the blood that was present. It was a dark purplish color at four a. n. just thirteen minutes. After the train crew made the first report members of the selene county sheriff's department arrived on scene. One of the first officers began diagramming. The scene then additional emergency personnel began arriving including arkansas state trooper. Railroad officials an paramedics in what was going to be the first of many mistakes oversights and downright cover-ups the officer diagramming. The scene used the train as is reference point. Once the train left the scene the point of reference was gone forever. Moreover officers let another train pass through short time after the impact further disrupting evidence. The two deputies treated the scene as a cut and dried suicide however the trooper who arrived on scene had received a call of shots fired in the same area several hours before he did not respond earlier in the night but responded to the scene when he heard the call about a train accident he was leader shocked and disturbed by the deputies immediate dismissal of this as a suicide he told him he did not believe it was an accident but had to back off since it was the sheriff's department's jurisdiction
Using Minimal Effective Dose to Maintain Your Strength, Endurance, and Muscle Size
"Got one other for you before we open it up to this week's q. In this was in the national journal strength conditioning research and kind of related to what. I was just talking about but rather than maintenance of weight loss. This one looked into maintenance of muscle maintenance of muscle and so the title of this particular study was the minimal dose of exercise so for all time hackers. Hopefully your your your ears perked when you heard that the minimal those of exercise needed to preserve endurance and strength over time. So what these folks looked into was all the different studies. This is a narrative review. They looked at all the different studies out there. That show you know once you once you've kind of gotten the body you want or the muscle you want gotten to the state of fat loss or fat loss maintenance that you want. How do you continue that over time. And there are some really really good practical applications in this particular study. This wouldn't necessarily be to improve performance but this would be to maintain performance. And it's less than what you would think like if you're as fit as you want to be but you wanna maintain that. Let me give you a few examples. So let's say short term endurance. So so you wanna maintain your fitness for for short-term darts usually be like playing sports tennis soccer basketball etc. It would appear that you can do about thirteen minutes per session at around two sessions per week at around sixty to eighty percent intensity and actually maintain your short term endurance very effectively for a long duration of time for long term endurance. Right like being able to go for long periods of time such as you might have accomplished after running a marathon or triathlon. Or something like that. Basically for that you can get away with about twenty five to thirty minutes per session okay. Twenty five to thirty minutes per session as long as you're maintaining his high in exercise intensity as possible during that steady state. Twenty five to thirty minute session. Who is shockingly low like. Let's say you've gotten yourself being like ride a bike for sixty miles and then you just wanna maintain that because you're going into work mode and you've got like eight weeks where you know. You got trained that much. You can literally maintain that with twenty five to thirty minutes for a session and in this case again. We're talking about a couple of times a week two times per week for video to match what your maximum oxygen capacity again if you can maintain your maximum sustainable pace and this was very similar for about thirteen to fifteen minutes at around one session per week. That's enough you to maintain your view to max.
Inside Trump’s historic second impeachment
"Thanks for joining us. They assault on. The capital was a dark day for american democracy now the abc news documentary for who shedding light on the road to insurrection and the second impeachment trial that followed with new insights from prosecutors and trump's inner circle of advisers fifty seven votes for guilty forty-three for not guilty. Donald john trump former president. United states is not guilty as charged. The article is hereby acquitted. The challenge we saw in that senate today was a cowardly group of republicans. Have no power to convict them. Disqualify a former officeholder who is now a private citizen and another sham impeachment down the drain. This was about choosing country over. Donald trump and forty three republican members chose trump a defining moment in american politics. The president of the united states impeached and acquitted for a second time. It's not just donald trump on trial. And it's this entire era of our history. It's a reckoning of. How did we get here. Who have we become. How did this happen the entire saga examined in a new. Abc news documentary for trump the reckoning it all happened here at the heart of our democracy that magnificent capitol building all within about a month. You had insurrection yet. People's storming the capital weeks after that the inauguration and then the impeachment trial is a moment of truth for america. You have the house. Democrats who are the prosecutors led by jamie raskin and his team. Our case is based on cold hard facts. He violated oath of office in the greatest breach of a presidential of in us history. The democrats are trying to make the case that everything that happened on january. Sixth is because of one man and that's donald trump. Let's start with the big lie that the election was stolen. He continued to spread the big lie. Agila way we can lose in. My opinion is massive fraud on january six. We know who lit the fuse. Donald trump told these insurrectionist to come to the capital. We fight we fight like hell and if you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore. With president trump wanted that day he simply wanted a peaceful and honest airing of the question of whether there were election irregularities in six battleground states. i know that everyone here will soon be marci over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically. Make your voices heard at his signal after this. We're going to walk down. And i'll be there with you. He struck a match. We're going to walk down to the capital and he aimed straight at disbelief tape. We saw the house. Managers played this thirteen minute long. Video public has not seen that the senators themselves have not seen. We know those hallways we recognize those corners. It's deeply upsetting. It is anxiety provoking. It is frightening. That awful day could have been so much worse. Multiple members of our government had near run ins with the mob. Senator mitt romney senate majority leader chuck schumer and vice president. Mike pence we saw for the first time. Security footage of mike pence being hustled out of the chamber and his family by thought of vice president. Cheney on nine eleven Being taken to the bunker under the white house to twenty four pm twelve minutes after pence's taken out of the chamber. Donald trump tweets and attack against his own vice president. He tweeted quote. Mike pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our constitution he further incites the mob against his own vice president.
Capitol riot footage presented as evidence at Donald Trump's impeachment trial
"Made in washington as the impeachment trial of former president donald trump gets underway the first time the president has ever faced impeachment for a second time at the first president to face it impeachment trial after leaving office. The former president facing one count of incitement of insurrection after the siege of the capital on january. Six the indictment saying he was singularly responsible for it the trial taking place there at the capitol the senate chamber a crime scene just a month ago now serving as a courtroom today those senators who witnessed the deadly riding firsthand now serving as jurors sixty five hundred national guard troops on duty there but democrat house managers. Who are prosecuting. the case. Be getting their case with graphic. Thirteen minute video from january. Six with the former presidents and what his supporters were saying when they stormed the capital. Some saying we are listening to trump house manager. Jamie raskin trying to link the president's words in the weeks and hours before the riots and the deadly chaos saying if that's not impeachable there's no such thing. Lawmakers and their staff members huddling from the riders gas masks at the ready. The former president's lawyers denouncing the writers but insisting tonight the former president is not to blame and that the trial is unconstitutional. But late today. Republicans joining the democrats voting. The trial is constitutional. And we'll move forward. We have it all covered tonight on. What was a tense and emotional day inside that chamber. Abc's rachel scott leading us off tonight from the hill tonight. History made in washington the first time. A president faces a second impeachment trial and the first time a president is tried after leaving office today. Democrats wasted no time making their case against donald trump forcing senators to relive the heroine moments from one month ago. Sitting in the very chamber came under attack house impeachment managers playing a graphic thirteen minute. Video reminding senators what the president told his supporters right before the capital siege. Refined fight like hell. And if you don't fight like hell you're not gonna have a country anymore trying to link trump's own words in the weeks and hours before the deadly riots to the chaos that been played out in the capital senators watching in rapt silence. You ask what a high crime and misdemeanor is under our constitution. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense than there is no such thing. Lead prosecutor representative jamie raskin. Growing emotional members of his family were with him that day at the capitol recalling what his daughter sent to him and know what she said she dad. I don't wanna come back to the democrats argue. The constitution is on their side and say even though trump is no longer the president he should still be held accountable for his actions in the final weeks of his presidency. Asking if they don't hold them accountable. What could future presidents do when their final weeks insisting in their words there should be no january exception. What you experienced that day. What we experienced that day. What our country experienced. That day is the framers. Worst nightmare come to life. Presidents can't inflame insurrection in their final weeks. And then walk away like nothing happened then. The former presidents team lead defense attorney. Bruce castor denouncing the insurrection insisting those responsible are criminals and should be prosecuted to the furthest extent of the law but arguing. Trump is not one of them. We can't possibly be suggesting that we punish people for political speech in this country that offense things since trump was removed from the white house by voters. The democrats case has no ground and that it's unconstitutional holding impeachment trial for former president for a great many americans. See this process for exactly what it is a chance by. A group of partisan politicians seeking to eliminate donald trump from the american political scene and after four hours of arguments. Six republican siding with democrats voting. The trial should move forward
Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.
"Baghdad on tuesday nights trump also posted a deranged thirteen minute video to facebook and twitter making his full case for subverting the election and claiming it is his duty to ensure the election was fair insisting he won by a landslide and presenting c. t. v. that he claims was evidence to prove his victory in reality. All of his claims have been debunked including by the supreme court on two occasions. Critics expressed concern for trump's deteriorating mental health and his inability to accept his election loss one. It's not unusual for presidents to grant clemency on their way out the door trump also commuted the sentences of five others on tuesday. Trump has made clear that he has no qualms about intervening in the cases of friends and allies whom he believes have been unfairly treated even those who have pleaded guilty to their crimes the pardons included former republican. Representative duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york trump also commuted. The sentence of former representative steve stockman of texas and pardon. The current state representative phil lyman of utah. Who led an atv. Protest through restrictive native. Land's call ins the first member of congress to endorsed trump to be president was sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison after admitting he helped he son and others dodge eight hundred thousand dollars in stock market losses when he learned that a drug trial by a small pharmaceutical company had failed onto was sentenced to eleven months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing campaign funds and spending the money on everything from outings with friends to his daughter's birthday party in the group announced tuesday nights with four form. A government contract is convicted in two thousand seven massacre in baghdad. That left more than a dozen iraqi civilians dead and caused an international uproar over the use of private security guards in a war zone. The pardons reflected trump's apparent willingness to give the benefit of doubt to american service and contract is when it comes to acts of violence in war zones against civilians trump also announced pardons for allies in sned in the russia investigation. One was for george papadopoulos. He's two thousand sixteen campaign advisor whose conversation unwittingly helped trigger the russia investigation that shadowed trump's presidency for nearly two years. He also pardoned alexander's swan. A dutch loya. Who was sentenced to thirty days in prison for lying to investigators during special counsel robert mueller's investigation president-elect joe biden on tuesday assailed the trump administration for failing to fortify the nation's cyber defences and called on president donald trump to publicly identify the perpetrator of a massive breach of us government agencies. A hack some of trump's top allies have blamed on russia france relaxed its corona virus related ban on trucks from britain on tuesday after a two day standoff that had stranded through of drivers and raised fears of christmas time food shortages in the
Suggs leads top-ranked Gonzaga over No. 3 Iowa 99-88
"Top ranking Zach it remains unbeaten following a ninety nine eighty eight win over number three Iowa Jaylen Sugg scored eighteen of his career high twenty seven points for the Bulldogs were building a fifty one thirty seven halftime lead Suggs finished seven of ten from three point range since we're doing all the code issues and things like that I spent a lot of time to Jim by myself are you know just late at night I'm going to spend some time and again such up on the gun and coming coming into this weekend I really felt like my jumps out and pulled off a really comfortable with it Zacks led by twenty with thirteen minutes left the Hawkeyes got within nine with under two minutes left before Gonzaga hung on Luka Garza led Iowa with thirty points and ten rebounds shooting thirteen of eighteen Joe we skip added twenty points and nine rebounds for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave Ferrie
Chronic Disengagement - Changing the World for the Better
"About education So no judge is is is is a breath of fresh air really for everyone who is vaguely or deeply concerned With young children and young people whether the five ten fifteen twenty five who've become do fractured away from the education. Second situa- that it's developed into a thing that chronic so we look in children have become long-term disengagement the education system not just the sector but the system that is an incredibly rich system for children so much growing takes place in an education is also this movement of fresh air for everyone but it's a movement of like minded professionals who believe in the power of conductivity and that we should be professionally approximately set of professionally distance from those guys. So for example. I was not long ago on a very permanent city. In the midland's An assault with his family in the middle of this particular neighborhood I can see a tree. I didn't say grass. I walked into the house. Does were that mocks of people punching it assault and the smell was wasn't so welcoming to my particular perspective what a soul was complete broken So that's what we call professional proximity we sit with it with smell it with. We live with it. We create that empathy -education where we can. We can try as much as we can. As much as we were able to. Rio moved. incon- eight without particular thing and from that particular grassroots point. Using whatever it is that we do the technicalities which everybody's jonah anyway. Things like sessions blondes. But he stopped particular emphasis on. We've got to embrace it as as our own. it's all very well being saudi. Now kind of nice clean education offices or whatever it is but it's for notification is is. It's all about bhavan the people out there. Where amasses creating that connective conductivity with young people and their families and then the professional proximity to the den gives gives us an indication that what it is that will take for repair every so often often what he takes us a really kind hearts open mind aunt And a comfortable shoulder. Really official in plano so Yes breath of fresh air which also a movement of like minded professionals from the these as from from from this sometimes over this coach for all the way through to the south coast catch to brighton to cluster to you know so and everywhere else in between is fascinating and it is taking shape. It's it's it's running it's rainy. It's running wild all we need to do is to run with it. control it. So i'd said how long has not been in existence diego. Give us a sense of this cut. So i started no jr education out of particular frustration with the way that we will look in after the most vulnerable. So let me rephrase it. I i starts notification about five years ago and i was a single practitioner. Those make and i saw that. I had a bit of a knack to engaging with those couldn't necessarily engage with anybody else. I didn't know what it was about my practice. That was effective. Now do with help of others. We've unpack no just my just but what it is about the informed my practice it previous experiences and so when offered our networks this boy and middlesbrough five years ago. It's called him. Bob for now. And bob was was was described. Ferrell on and nobody can engage in from thirteen minutes before he is potentially dangerous to suffer this He before he got the had previously harmed quite substantially in animal pet from the Foster parents that lived with the poor dog at his is one of his legs amputated. Is we re all tall environment. So when you when you met with our kind of description you expect that kind of behavior you don't you had to put myself in any shoes and thinking. actually what's the story. The story daddy's boy who observed high levels of violence at home from from day one. It was the only child three. Who's taken out of was taken into care it'd been three different guy placements Exposed to all kinds of caribbean sexual events. Aunt child that needs to be to us to have to fight his sister for a biscuit which was a form of entertainment for darden and as friends towards the two of them fight. Anyway i saw. That isn't so the boy whose federal and nobody can engage with us. That's not the boy that i'm thinking about. I'm thinking about the boards that is broken and craving has not known love yet of potentially is not had fun of free play or whatever it is autonomy not process or actually states is boy gets is one. It's a really low on the main on states but when you pass around like you do as a child and of course for the sake of safety sometimes within limit within the limits of human capacity in patients of course people can't send me something but for that boy it was it was hard life was life wasn't worth living
FaZe Jarvis Plays Fortnite Again After 1 Year Anniversary Of Getting Banned By Epic
"You know Tim a to talk Ford night from time to time. So I'm glad we get him to do it. We are few POD. Though. For those of you that don't remember there was a player on face face Jarvis that streamed himself cheating. To show in his words to show how easy it was to cheat in fortnight and he was making it a youtube video. So intentionally, did it intentionally streamed it stupid I. Thank you. I know there's a lot of advocates for him. Thought it was a dumb thing to do anytime. You Cheat in a game you're gonNA wrist assault yourself from being permanently banned it look they came down with the harsh penalty on him in the sense that they are not going to abandon. He is permanently banned from playing for night at least onstream. Obviously, they're not gonNA be able to stop him upstream from creating multiple counts so. Just, the other day he tweets out I'm back I'M GONNA play for at night tonight basically double Fu to the epic. Developers in said GonNa play Fortnight An. So the high built up around this and got a lot of likes was trending on Youtube that Jarvis back and Yada Yada Yada he streams for thirteen minutes before. His band kicks in those the can't see me I'm doing this in quotes ban the reason this is. In its early speculation on land. That was totally staged that whole thing was a hundred percent in my mind a staged video made for you to it didn't go to a ban screen at just said he been logged out which in my mind makes me believe somebody else just logged into his account in another computer another room to kick him out. It happened like thirteen minutes and it was the perfect youtube reaction video. I mean you might as well have had courage Maven in all these guys in there yelling it was that hyped when he got band. To me just a it was made for cliques. They got the impression out of it. It did what it was supposed to do, but it was bogus data was so fake I one hundred percent I mean first off a new Josh I don't I don't know if it was faked because phase such a genuine organization. Especially, on the content creation side I mean nothing they do is staged or exaggerated or setup not at all not at all phases. Super honest in that regard. From, the beginning. I have here I. Don't know how this is going to sound because I'm playing it through my phone. This is when Jarvis got caught the first time and he did his apology video. So this this audience you know it sounds. Apologies if this doesn't sound good especially from a game, you know love so much like. This I never thought. I'd have to. ICON speak. You know I have who wanNA. Like John to be able to play for my again. That's all I WANNA do is play for I. You know I just wanted to do your white truly loved the most in life, and so there's a quick snippet. There's like seven minutes of it and you get the point he was like bawling his eyes out during his apology video and then like within forty eight hours and make another clips and he's laughing and they're doing their bit where they're like, well, why yes. Phase do, phase up no hate. I. Don't want to I don't hate anyone, but if I had to hate someone. Jarvis would probably be my top ten. His reason forgetting band was incredibly done to begin with in now just the way that this is like. Gone is just a big publicity stunt is how I feel in. So I mean look I don't hate him at all like I. Really Don't hate him. He has an effective is literally I've thought of Jarvis phase drivers twice in my life. This moment now and when he was banned the first time other than that, I've never heard of him. I don't know really know what he does at phase he could be the mail for you needed him to do this to make it worth it to keep them on. You know on on the payroll. To do something big, it was big in accomplished. What they were supposed to do. It was just it's funny. 'cause I know there's a lot of people out there that believe it was it was real like there are a lot of twelve year olds which is. Large. Audience to like you know it's a fun video for them. So they did a good job in that retrospect but. A bullshit stage video at the end of the day right like any. Normal adult will watch that India like. They did this for clerks pretty fast or pretty effect, but the twelve year olds eat it up. So. Famous phase up phase up.
Computer scientist, pixel inventor Russell Kirsch dead at 91
"On Russell, Kirsch inventor of the Pixel passed away this week. Bit of sad news rest in peace but In case you're wondering who the inventor of the Pixel was. Now you know computer scientists, Russell AAC Kirsch, the inventor of the Pixel and undisputed pioneer of digital imaging passed away on Tuesday in his Portland home from complications arising from a form of Alzheimer's he was ninety one years old Now, Russell might not be name you immediately recognized his contributions to computer science made digital imaging possible born June twentieth nineteen, twenty nine in New York City demographic parents from Russia. and Hungary I attended Bronx High School than nyu Harvard and eventually mit in nineteen fifty one he joined the National Bureau of standards where he worked for fifty years and helped to invent the Pixel and create the first digital photograph It was a one seventy, two by one, seventy, two pixel image of his son Walden created in nineteen, fifty seven and is now iconic and was named. One of life, Magazine's one hundred photographs that changed the world in two thousand three and we have that image appear on the screen One of the first digital images ever created made from two superimposed scans at different thresholds since each pixel could only show one bit of information that being black or white as DP review points out Kirsch never stopped improving and his most famous invention even after retiring in two thousand and one and a twenty, ten interview on wired, he outlined his attempts to create a system that uses. Variable. Shape pixels instead of the squares that have dominated digital imaging since he invented him in that interview, he called square the logical thing to do. But laments that the decision was something rarely foolish that everyone in the world has been suffering from ever since. So at the right bold age of eighty-one, he began working on a masking system that creates six by six pixel areas and an. intelligently. Divides those areas into the two sections that have the most contrast before refusing to pixels on either side of the seem that idea never caught on but he explained the technology and its benefits in detail in a video below it's the thirteen minute long video if you wanted to watch that. But while the incredible accolades described above certainly gives you the sense of Russia Kirsch the. Engineer. The best personal picture of Kirsch probably comes from a two twenty twelve blocked by ant man named Joel Runyon who encountered him in a coffee shop in Portland after revealing net Romanians Computer and images on it probably wouldn't exist or exist as they are without Christmas contributions to engineering and computer science eighty-three-year-old Kirsch shared the following words I. Guess I've always believed that nothing is withheld from us. What we have conceived to do most people think the opposite that all things are withheld from them, which they have conceived to do, and they end up doing nothing Mr, Kirsch may be gone, but his legacy will live on every day in one of the approximately three point eight billion photos that are currently being captured every single day. May He rest in
Seattle - Washington receives new coronavirus testing devices that yield results in minutes
"Are are sticklers sticklers a a new new milestone milestone with with over over eleven eleven thousand people contracting the corona virus a local projection now suggests some positive news and we get that from Kamel's Brian Calvert Dr Chris Murray's model at the university of Washington has been providing a fairly accurate look at the future of cope with nineteen around the country looks like a number of states in the south for example will have smaller academics and we were expecting he is expected to release more positive prognostications later on today and while we're focused on positive news there's also that special delivery in Tacoma where they received two of the devices called ID now the instrument is made by Abbott and is the size of a toaster according to the manufacturer covert nineteen test swabs are inserted into the device with results coming in five minutes for positive readings it takes thirteen minutes to confirm a negative result Stephanie dunkle of the Tacoma Pierce county health department told her board it was like Christmas opening the box
Rapid coronavirus testing starting in Chicago, Illinois
"The FDA gave north Chicago based Abbott labs an emergency approval for a corona virus has it gives positive results in five minutes negative results in thirteen minutes that statement from abit Friday Illinois Illinois governor governor JB JB Pritzker Pritzker said said Thursday Thursday Lewis Lewis received received fifteen fifteen of of the the rapid rapid test test machines machines existing existing test test take take some some four four to to six six hours hours to to get get results results the the governor governor would would not not say say where where the the machines machines would would be be deployed deployed he he also also said said not not everyone everyone can can be be tested tested but but that that it's it's also also important important to to collect collect data data from from them them to to see see how how many many people people are are contracting contracting the the virus virus in in different different locations locations
"Transformative" coronavirus test could produce result in five minutes
"And on the front lines doctors may be getting the help they need to detect the virus the FDA has approved for emergency use of point of care test mentally for results in minutes it currently can take nearly two weeks for someone to test positive the new test made by the medical device company abit is meant to generate a positive result for coronavirus in five minutes a negative result in thirteen minutes a nose or throat swab is mixed into a chemical solution and placed into an instrument that detects whether covert nineteen is present giving doctors the chance to make a nearly instantaneous decision about treatment and
"Transformative" coronavirus test could produce result in five minutes
"Thousand there is no hope of finding out faster who's carrying covert nineteen the FDA has approved for emergency use of point of care test mental ever results in minutes it currently can take nearly two weeks for someone to test positive the new test made by the medical device company abit is meant to generate a positive result for coronavirus in five minutes a negative result in thirteen minutes a nose or throat swabs mixed into a chemical solution and placed into an instrument that detects whether covert nineteen is present giving doctors the chance to make a nearly instantaneous decision about treatment and
The Latest: US government looks to continue feeding students
"The new rapid test comes from Abbott laboratories which says it will begin distributing them to some medical facilities next week after receiving emergency clearance from the FDA it comes as a cartridge that fits into the company's portable ID device used in hospitals clinics and doctors offices Abbott's test can give a positive reading in five minutes and can confirm someone's negative if the virus is not detected in thirteen minutes two other rapid tests were cleared in recent days health experts say the US should test more than a hundred thousand people every day the track and contain the virus Jackie Quinn Washington
Miami coach in trouble for letting twerking tour film video in gym
"A Miami high school basketball coach has been reassigned not fired just reassigned after he left a viral Torx star and another was such a thing throw a dance class or actually a twerk class in the school campus gymnasium last month Nastia mass a self proclaimed twerk icon with nearly seven million followers shared video of wonderful boisterous classes at the Miami beach senior high school gym on February twenty eighth the video is thirty minutes long and since I am a consummate radio professional I looked at all thirteen minutes of it before we have to segment indeed and I also had to show some to twelve short to make sure that he was aware as well we were going to come over to see you Eric but I think we come to some sort of agreement about what we saw yep it showed a bunch of women huddled around the basketball court it's almost like you've ever seen like those dance off competitions you have all the the people just aren't in a circle with the same thing right except it was a twerk off and different women would jump in the center and try to out towards each other but you get to see the whole high school titles in the background it was a weird juxtaposition because they're doing this very adult dance in this very non adult environment and of course that was intentional but here's what I glean from the video she wasn't that good that's what I thought she was not that good a lot of talent to be ineffective for colleges I mean I did notice one thing she lacked one of the key and I mean the key ingredients for any twerk she lacked backside there was no hay for with which she did what she said when she was a crossfit athlete she was very physically fit yes but in terms of twerking it does not lend itself to that is not conducive for effective toward dance that gave no rounds of applause yes yes and you must applaud if you're going to be effective talk or if you need me to explain it more than you don't want me to be on the air anymore because I can't explain it you just have to Google it like the three seashells you will find your answer as far as why clapping is very important to this art that's all I have to say about that but it's but something else I I will say the basketball coach was reassigned you have to know that the moment you give permission to someone to film a video in the gym that you're responsible for and that person has seven million followers it's going to take all of two minutes before comes back on you not even because it's very easy to see where that the video is taking place it's very easy to ascertain who would have had access to the gym on a given occasion maybe late in the evening after school who's the first person you gonna ask the true story of the second person the high school basketball coach it's one of the two I sure hope we got paid for that I should be dead because you got to be some sort of location I think there's something else going on for him to have okay no no no I don't think cash I just got paid there had been some sort of good and service that might have been exchange because that's the only reason why you would throw your job into jeopardy do you think it possibly was because he thought it could bring popularity to the school maybe help his basketball team get a transfer or something I just think that's a breeze way too far way way way way way too far and if what you're talking about though is on the high school level especially for the upper echelon high schools they do basically advertise themselves as a way for I don't know about his college contacts but they do recruit players from outside the district to come play at their school which helps the visibility of notoriety of that high school and develop that pipeline the colleges yes that is a variable I guess but the basketball team wasn't featured in any way the only way you know is just looking at the basketball court and recognizing something from it all the stuff in the background if this would have had players involved yeah I would have been like in the cheerleading outfits then it may have been like a pitch like Hey look at our cheerleaders versus yours right right you know come to our high school and this is the halftime show we have for you yes that would have made more sense that this was just a torque all and if you're going to risk your job for torque off it better be damn good and this was not all that great okay I'm being serious I just have to be honest I can't come on this radio and light even say always fantastic no it wasn't we want to check it out you know Nastia nass any S. T. Y. A. N. A. S. S. twerk tour she lacks to the lessons yeah I don't understand how you have seven million followers for being an iconic toward her and you're not even great at it Hey you're talking to a song by Nicki Minaj who's great at it so there's a direct point of comparison yeah yeah it is
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We've got thirteen minutes ago ahead of the closing bell water session it was been very choppy trading the S. and P. now lower by two down one tenth of one percent stick around right through the close to see where things shake out we've got the Dow down fifty four points now that is a drop of two tenths of one percent earlier today the Dow happen up four point six one now four hundred sixty one that was a gain of one point seven percent nasdaq holding on to gains here up by twenty seven that's in advance right now with three tenths of one percent ten year yield one point three three percent gold up four tenths of one percent sixteen forty two the ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down two point four percent forty eight seventy two a barrel so again recapping here the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all trading mix S. and P. down for an hour trump there of two tenths of one percent Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business slash yeah but you let me drive please right this is the driver for the growth advises against buying the recent dip in stocks let's get into the drive to the clothes back with us is Wayne wicker chief investment officer at vantage point investment advisors.
Jamie Foxx on his latest film 'Just Mercy'
"Is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a great movie out right now for your c called just mercy that has Michael Jordan and then also this ask Jamie Foxx. Yes you're not from give it up now you either are or execute chicks you have to face. This is all right Jamie before I lose complete control interview which would be fine but you made a great movie and Jess Mercy you dead. I think this is a true story. True story I think this is the opposite is this is the most important movie I've ever done Yeah I got yes because of who it's about and what it's about Brian Stephen. A lawyer of WHO's played wonderfully about Michael Jordan. who his whole life is? A Journey is exonerating people that are on death row of wrongly accused and and when I met Bryan Stevenson I was blown away about how much he's done. And what is and it's been sort of under the radar so I applaud Michael Jordan for being the biggest star in the world But always coming back to the movies like this for our cultural for us to educate is to uplift us to give us hope and like I said it is the most important movie I've ever the and who do you play. Play Walter mcmillen Watson Watt's McDonald's amendment south in in Alabama who own pulping business chop down trees for living on his way home on a country road he gets pulled over by the sheriff. And the sheriff says you killed someone it city he's never been in Never met this person. They say you're going to jail. And they put him in jail. Put him on death row without a trial he was on death. Row without a trial for six years and I've been death row before studying for movie and the one thing that I knew about death row was at the worst thing you give. A person is hope because they know that at some point At any point they could be taken off to either electric chair or however they're going to be a or expired but hope walks in in the form of Bryan Bryan Stevenson. Who has played wonderfully Michael Jordan? He takes the case. This is a nineteen eighty six. which wasn't that long ago and They pulled off the miraculous And exonorated a person who had never been in. This has never happened in Alabama person to be exonerated off of death row. And that's the store and what was amazing about how our director destination destined and Michael Be put the movie together on how it brings. Everybody and you saw this Toronto in Toronto. Where just make people crazy and you got I? I don't know eight minutes and thirteen minutes standing ovation but what I really appreciated about the movie. Was it allowed everyone in this movie tested in front of a all black audience at a ninety seven now we expect it for that to be in a high number then they tested in the mid West in front of mostly white audience and we what they say it tested at a ninety eight so that lets you know that the work that was done in the movie as the adapt tation of a book really really got it done. It really worked. Let's look at a clip from your performance Sir Ingest Mercy Screen Actors Guild nominated for I godless. So let's look list from Harvey all know what it is here. You get from the moment you ball buddy over these white folks and make them laugh and try to make him like it. Whatever that is and you say yes or no man but when it's your turn ain't got no thanks take evidence and all the witnesses they got eight thing another matter when all your thank is I looked like a WHO could kill somebody? That's not what I think the way. You're not looking at him and then you do. It's just it's devastating because he wants to get it out. He wants him to hear what was going on in in this soul and then that look. I'm sure he's done it a few times that look to see if what I told hold him really landed. Sometimes people can be in those positions and it's no pad pencil numbers. You're just another person. I'm on my way. But when he looked up so Michael be looking back at him. Engaged young ready ready to take on whatever this whatever this monster is designed to do at the end it was another thing too. I studied a film that that move to me was made famous to me by Al Pacino in The Godfather and if you remember I think it was Zena he was when he was getting ready to kill him at the dinner table. Yeah when he says. I'm going to talk Doc Italian till Michael foresaken and as he goes to talk. Al Pacino Leans up to listen but he looks this way first and and then he engaged so as you study the the art. There's certain things that you bring along with you. That are really effective. Well it sure sure works and that's what you want. You don't just see this movie and say you want to talk to people about it and you see this. You gotTa feel it because there's instead of just anger and just rage. There's a sense of. We can do something about it if we fail. Were trying to do something it. Listen the thing about. This is what I enjoyed about the way. The movie plays out is said when people leave this movie. They feel like they want to get involved. What can I do? What can I do to change his narrative? What can I do to pull back to mass of some of these injustices? And that's what's been so fulfilling with this film because Brian I Steve Isn't who still going out there every day of about his job. He needs it. He needs that people to know that these things are going on because it helps in his endeavors in taking these people and trying to you know put their lives back together. Well Walter Your Johnny on on these calls a lot of things. But he's the kind of person that grows up in this Alabama neighborhood and it was. It's very ironic in the movie. How everybody there even racist Alabama is saying? This is Monroe Kennedy. This is where Harper Lee wrote to them walking bird right which is about Wow this racist that. They don't even say dangerous sort of bouncing off her celebrity. What well here's the thing is like like I'd say all the time there were some very interesting things that wall to sit? Did I looked like a man that could kill somebody. This is the perception that were attacking what tackling the perception that a black man automatically you feel like there is some some of villainous or ominous thing that he possesses therefore of when he is accused of something. We sorta turn the other way. You know we don't necessarily we give them the benefit of the doubt. I can't tell you how many times when when there's something going on on television and there's there's some type of crime every black person to tell you man. I hope it's not a black person. Listen you know why because it continues the narrative but continues The procession so that's what we're what we were tackling in in the movie Walter. Walter says you're guilty from the day you were born now. That was something that we actually ad-libbed in the in the script really. Yeah because yes that's my line Growing up in a southern place in Texas in Texas and being met with early age age racism being called As a young kid it baffled me I was eight years old. My grandfather told me go. Get some gas and gas like twenty five cents a gallon. So he's bringing some gas. I I had to walk on the other side of the tracks. Go get the gas but I think the gas only came up to eighteen cents and I need to get to seven cents back but I didn't WANNA leave the gas out you know so I had to walk into the place I walk in and the guy says. Hey what are you doing while you bring the gas. And I looked at him. I said hey eight. I'm only eight nine. Remember marching back to my grandfather and told him what happened. My grandfather went over and talked to the man told him. You know. That's not nice and whatever you told them what He. He squatted. But I couldn't couldn't wrap my mind around a grown man looking at a child insane and saying that and so that's where I got the line I said I don't have nothing to do with this. I was just born. How can I change this? Why are you so angry at me just because because I was born? Yeah so when you're born into the world and this label is on you just because you're born. I thought that that was something that Walter that we should Add to the to the layer of his character saying I was just born because that's all of us were only just
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"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KOMO
"Thirteen minutes before the hour you're with first light on this Wednesday morning and in the headlines Turkey's president says he won't halt its military offensive in northeast despite growing pressure and sanctions from NATO allies including the United States vice president Mike pence is on his way to on currently capital of Turkey today to try to reach a ceasefire deal China says it's going to take countermeasures after the U. S. house of representatives passed three bill showing support for protesters in Hong Kong China's foreign ministry said last night that the issues facing Hong Kong right now are not so called human rights and democracy but rather violence European Union and British negotiators have failed to reach a breakthrough in brexit talks during a frantic all night session they're going to continue seeking a compromise on the eve of tomorrow's crucial E. U. summit and eve official said the negotiations were still ongoing and will continue until the end of the day today north Korean leader Kim Jong hoon has vowed to surmount US led sanctions he says have inflicted many hardships and trials on his country state media this morning showing Kim riding a white horse up mount talked to the highest peak on the Korean peninsula is considered sacred by the north Koreans Wednesday sports baseball LCS nationals not off the cardinals seven force work all the runs in the first inning to sweep the series in four straight earning the first World Series berth in franchise history and the first for Washington since nineteen thirty three Hey LCS asters overpower the Yankees for one to take it to one series lead Gerrit Cole one his nineteenth consecutive decision game four tonight hockey hurricane shut out the kings to nothing in LA moving back on top of the NHL standings wins for the lightning flames and coyotes leave spreads and Canucks and.
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Thanks for being with us beyond the headlines now this morning's might Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning good morning how will we know there are few things that can ruin your day quicker than stepping in dog poop in what Missouri city is fed up trying an unorthodox method of shaming dog owners to clean up after their animals officials in Springfield have been planting small flags in piles of abandoned poop as a part of a campaign to clean up the streets the flags contain messages such as is this your Turkey because that's absurd and this is a nudge to pick up the **** boy clever stuff Gordon the campaign started this week and the city's police department noted on Facebook that leaving behind a pets mass in many cases it violates the city ordinance the city said the picks up nearly twenty five pounds of poop a week from downtown parks in parking lots costing over seventy five hundred dollars annually and if you have a dog you have to make that effort I I've never understood the people who will just not even bother I'm there's on somebody else's lawn yet lawn or on the sidewalk or I've never understood that I mean I've been up all explain it for you yeah selfish send lazy the yes a good combination I've been out and you know had that happen to me before got a bag or maybe I already use the one bag that I brought and I've actually driven back in my car with a bag yes I think it up because I did not want somebody else to step in that's right feel the same way and out what happens Gordon at Oktoberfest stays at Oktoberfest unless you're talking about the beer steins the annual Oktoberfest in Munich reportedly saw more than six million people pass through during the sixteen day period that ended October sixth and nearly ninety seven thousand attempted theft of the giant glass beer mugs and while that might sound like a lot the festival says that is actually a decrease from the over six figures worth of glasses that tried to leave the area last year that might correlate to the decrease in beer consumption at this year's event at seven point three million bruise which is actually two hundred thousand less than last year though the event organizers seem prepared for mug thieves in petty crime there were some things that the celebration that did surprise them according to the report a set of teeth was left behind in the lost and found along with other odd find such as a measuring Cup and a wedding ring among others okay so this seems like a good time like to address something from my past proximally thirty five years ago oh boy my soccer team yes from a touch in New Jersey right a visit to Germany the part of a two week tour did you all playing playing other teams local teams and at our visits to a couple of bars and pubs we made off with your glasses and occasionally a beer Stein really just wanted to put that out there those are really heavy well I had a I I think I don't think is so much steins but like any any beer glass with like the local beer company right right of course really valuable to sixteen seventeen year old boys at the time you were the reason why many many bars don't have those kind of Masako's the they have just the plain old glass class started because of that this is thirty five years in the making of that we're saying for Mike crimes overseas for the all the time I think it exceeded the statute of limitations at this yeah but again your the reason we can't have nice things we have nice long road Lindell road glasses of bars traffic school boy runs afoul of the law this is what's happened here did you tell the nuns about this until the nuns or the brothers about that but that's that's where things stand I thought that should be out there not going to incriminate whether teammates so you're saying I was among those who made off with a beer glass Friday morning to fashion be like that I still have one of them today by the way that's not broken yeah five for thirty five years well selected evidence still exists in my home thirteen minutes and finally our if this were just any door.
The unstoppable Fannie Lou Hamer
"She walked with a limp. She had a blood clot behind her eye from being severely beaten in Mississippi jail. Her name was was Fannie Lou Hamer. She was the youngest of twenty children born to black sharecroppers in Mississippi and in late nineteen sixty four for president Lyndon B Johnson was absolutely terrified of her why she was about to make make an appeal before the credentials panel at the Democratic National Convention. The potential implications were profound. Hamer represented the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party a racially integrated coalition of delegates Hamer wanted to challenge the seats of the current aren't all white democratic delegation from their state saying that they were in violation of the party's rules because they had systematically excluded excluded black citizens according to Time magazine. Johnson was worried that Hamer speech could offend the Southern Democrats whose votes he needed for reelection he wanted her silenced but Hamer had a following that rivaled that of Dr Martin Luther Author King Junior and she would not go unheard. Hamer was born in one thousand nine hundred seventeen in the Mississippi Delta. The share cropping system kept her parents in debt and without enough food to feed their twenty children in the Winter Hebrew tied rags on her feet because she often didn't have shoes. She started picking cotton when she was six years old. Aw Hamer started her civil rights work in nineteen sixty one after she was sterilized without consent during what it should have been a minor surgery she tried to register to vote in one thousand nine hundred sixty two but was turned away after she failed illiteracy literacy tests which were used in the south to discourage black people from voting the clerk asked Hamer complicated questions like interpreting the state constitution after she failed the test. She told the clerk she'd be back when Hamer returned to the plantation in that day. She was fired from her job but she wasn't defeated. Hamer became a student nonviolent. Coordinating Committee a community organizer and helped found the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in reaction to the lack of integration in the state's Democratic Party party as a candidate from the party. She ran for Congress in nineteen sixty four against democratic incumbent Jamie L whitten at that year's Democratic Democrat National Convention. Hey made her way to the stage through a crowd of men who refused to make space for her other members of the civil rights movement including Martin Luther King Junior spoke but all eyes were on her. She then talked for thirteen minutes Mr Chairman and to could dentures committee. My name is Mrs Fannie Lou Hamer. She called for mandatory delegation an integration and recounted her experience trying to register to vote. It was the thirty first of all the night being the eighteen of US travel. Put the six miles the county courthouse in in the normal tried to register to become first. I player Hamer describes being arrested in beaten in Mississippi jail after white waitress at a rest. Stop refused her service. That's how she got the blood clot. All of this is own account. We won't be registered to become first-class. NFL Freedom Democratic Party is not beating not after her testimony humor and other other Freedom Party members discovered that Johnson a wildly tough politician had held a news conference so that national television networks could he cover her testimony live. She was livid but Johnson's efforts to silencer didn't work that that night in a hot Atlantic City Hotel Room Hamer and the rest of the country watched her testimony broadcast in prime time on the evening news news less than a year later. Congress passed the Voting Rights Act and at the nineteen sixty eight convention in Chicago. He became team the first African American to be seated as a delegate. She received a standing ovation.
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC
"My second one on for over thirteen minutes. and what and when I was done. I got a lot of responses people thanking me. but then there was a whole nother world out there the world of the view. the world of staffing Colbert. the usual Democrat left wing websites. twisting what took place. and we're gonna go through this a little bit not because it's me but because it's a perfect example of what I just read to you and in the next two hours were also going on Ravel all the lies that have been told about this president and this phone call and so forth going for this is not a house impeachment inquiry ladies and gentleman. since the house didn't vote on it. it's the Democrat party impeachment inquiry. and I see new king which is calling it a coup d'etat note welcome. I started the line silent coup two and a half years ago it's been picked up by every back bencher. and everybody else since even though again I took heat for that. but that's exactly what it is but it's not a house impeachment inquiry it's the Democrat party impeachment increase they have hijacked the house of representatives they have hijacked the budget. they've changed the procedures to make it impossible for Republicans to issue subpoenas for to conduct the positions that they want to conduct. it's just a complete mop mop like in the mafioso mob operation. that's what it is. that phone call is of no consequence whatsoever that's why they keep referring back. to the non whistle blower CIA operatives document. and I really get frustrated with the moronic tactics of the likes of Chuck Grassley. it comes to the defense. have an individual home he doesn't even know who secrecy he believes should apply. even though he's trying to bring down a presently United States Chuck Grassley doesn't have a clue what's going on around him and neither do most of the Republicans in the Senate including Mitch McConnell this is a complete set up. they didn't get it on the Russian collusion they didn't get it we Cavanaugh and they don't get it now. it's a complete set up from beginning to end. and there's nothing there. and I don't know about you Mister Grassley. but when my grandfather forty would teaming Guayama my my great uncle forty Guadalcanal all these men and women all over the country fought in one way or another. they didn't believe we should leave it to a so called whistle blower whose identity we don't know until Congress decides we should know it after they choreograph his appearance for him to determine who the president of the United States should be so get the hell off your high horse it's not paying attention to what's going on around you and act like a serious senator was a serious responsibility. it it come to the defense of this country you don't. I don't give a damn I feel like tribe or not senator Grassley already the rest of you. hello good have you guys done in Congress six of thirty years forty two years thirty six years. good lord get a life for god sakes. stuck in the mud..
Employee goes on stabbing rampage at Tallahassee workplace
"Going to turn tonight to the workplace stabbing rampage playing out today in Tallahassee a worker minutes after showing up to work pulling out a knife and attacking his colleagues some jumping jumping in trying to stop him. ABC's Victory Kendo is on the scene in Tallahassee tonight tonight. Tallahassee police say the stabbing spree at this workplace could have been much worse if not for the heroic actions of CO workers who fought back several employs arm themselves with whatever they could and try to engage them and actually held him mcbarron at what point will also were arriving forty-one-year-old Antoine Brown in custody tonight. Authorities say he clocked in at eight this morning a dyke industries but after some kind of dispute was told to clock out at eight twenty just thirteen minutes later police receiving their first call about stabbings from what we know now he appeared heard that he was actually had sought out certain victims. Five employees were stabbed with what was described as a common pocket knife and transported to the hospital what of them in serious condition but expected to survive horrible senior. Victor Kennedy joins us live outside of the scene and police are still working to determine a motive tonight victor that's right. David said the suspect appeared to target specific people but there is no word on a motive they say he only worked here for a few months and there were no issues until
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Aboard thank you for taking care if you need any assistance getting settled for collided to serve you after peonies plane landed he stopped by the cockpit to meet and personally thank his pilots for his private flight and proceeded to pose for a photograph outside the plane the video he posted to Twitter is that been viewed nearly two million times in an interview with The Washington Post POT said he believes the unique circumstance was the result of the flight be re schedule he also confirmed that he was allowed to pick his own seat good and then charging for an upgrade or anything like that yeah we can't same seats as another priority three dollars right give you that extra leg room right or something like that yeah thank you it seems like it's able to roam freely when you said they called his name yeah to board the flight they reminded me that key and Peele episode right where they there's only one guy on the plane right said now boarding group five and just stand there and wait for this group is anybody only guy on the fly yes it appears he was able to immediately bored so that's good I didn't realize by the way that that they have to put sandbags on a plane to get the proper weight if there's not enough people yeah never heard that yeah that's something that none of us get to see ever never on a plane that's under waiter under a passenger and by the way you can you have to maintain eye contact with the flight attendant if you're the only person on the plane flight attendant is giving you instructions on like the right life jackets the oxygen mask rose because they could get you in trouble right reply if you don't pay ten only a yell data right salting you gotta make up tables headphones buddy thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news.
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Not a good look at let's try to move on here and as if we don't have enough things to worry about on our drive here in the very early morning Jan dear and drunk drivers chief among them we now have to keep our eyes peeled for another dangerous road hazard here in the garden state loose tires a driver on a New Jersey highway captured video of a loose tire that rolled along the road bounce over the medium and cracked median and crashed into a vehicle headed in the opposite direction the viral video shows the large tire rolling at high speed next to the film as vehicle on route four forty eight Edison before bouncing on the concrete median and heading into oncoming traffic smashing into a jeep the driver of the jeep said the tire clipped his wife's vehicle which was traveling in front of him before smashing into his state police said the tired appears to have come from a dump truck and they are conducting an investigation to find the vehicle where it originated good luck with that yeah the scary part is that if you watch the video the tire is moving along at a very fast like it's moving re if it's right along side of this driver going right straight down the highway at I mean feel forty miles an hour forty five miles an hour to a pretty quickly so scared don't know how we got up to that rate of speed was actually passing cars on the highway as it was going down the road that's scary that's a super busy road for forty yeah yeah that's not good yeah yeah that's good very large tire and yeah definitely get some big time damage that car that its master that's a good thing no one was hurt because I could have been really really really bad yes and the funny thanks Mike it is thirteen minutes before.
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Places like horseshoe bend to seeing enormous spikes in traffic from people seeking self these these here later in the hour time for a business update and it's brought to you by the Michigan economic development corporation the businesses of the future are being built today and Michigan is where they start learn more by searching Michigan your opportunity according to a new pew research large majorities of Americans say conversations about politics have become stressful experiences they prefer to avoid with eighty five percent saying discussions are less respectful in fact based and more negative than ever that said as the twenty twenty race heats up can you take steps to protect civil discourse in the workplace we're joined now by John Baldoni executive coach and author of a new book called grace a leader's guide to a better us he's based in Ann Arbor Michigan John give us guidance well I think politics Ford smart folks in the workplace is they avoided because you don't know where your counterpart size so which one of those things where it's best lot left unsaid now we always used to say that of course but now because our national discourse is rancorous with but you know both sides feel animus toward another thanks cannot help but bleed over into the workplace so I think that the thing is for certainly for a management those in management to say Hey let's avoid the politics before going to target let's talk civilly and you could use that as a lesson you know let's exchange open exchange of ideas just as we do with our projects and so it's up to management to say Hey let's let's talk let's use language that reflects our values now if you have a teammate debts out of line and that you can make it known to him or her that their remarks don't reflect your it's it's okay to have an opinion but let's keep our language civil uncivil civility is what built this country now we go back to our founders a lot and they disagreed with one another's but they they believe in one thing and that was the unity and I and the culture on each floor but you know from one minute from many one and today but we sort of lost that so it often times this is easier said than done if you're a manager say trying to lead a discussion on how to be civil what are you saying to your team well it's a good thing you said that because I think employers are looking for that research shows that employees want their leaders to take a moral stand on issues that doesn't mean politics but stand up for what they believe in right so when an all winter leader says manager says look we're going to discuss this issue whatever it is focus on the work place let's exchange ideas let's it's okay to be disagree but let's not be disagreeable that's let's make sure we use words that affirm our ideas and affirm the humanity of others but we don't take at wise cracks at others at someone else's expense speak with John Baldoni executive coach and author of a book called grace a leader's guide to a better us we're talking about protecting civil discourse in the workplace if things do get out of hand I mean you're talking about real into chemistry right maybe projects delayed hurt feelings of people we are resigning quitting lawsuits are lost productivity or this is many things that can happen I guess that could go wrong right absolutely and and it's not just the discourse it what happens is it reveals an underlying discontent a disengagement from work and I always pointed this is management issues they have not addressed it but I think you know people come to work they don't come to work to fight they don't come to work argue they come to do their best and so therefore it's up to management to create those conditions but employees have a responsibility to it's call reciprocity if I'm going to be part of this company I'm gonna abide by the rules I'm gonna buy bar values but you know what Gordon is not so much do's and don'ts it's about thinking more positive it what can I do to create a better working environment in my own space I talk about something called creating a culture of service and it begins with looking how you can help someone else to do his or her job not not as a meddler but as a supporter and you know we see we know this from our sports examples with jazz musicians and all this kind of stuff we can do the same thing a workplace look Hey someone struggling with an issue how can you help him with that it's that will still reaching a helping hand it's an attitudinal thing that's a positive it's not a negative like don't do that it's a Hey what can I do how can I help if there's animosity that's largely I would imagine a reflection on the manager and an inability to don't know what provide some sort of workplace were discourses civil manage well I would like that yeah I don't sing squish the fruits wash the free speech but that is a reflection on management I presume no it is a reflection on management but I I'm going to give an individual manager a break it mean if someone comes into the work force with a chip on his or her shoulder and is you know con acting in a contrary manner all the time it's up to management to act on it if they don't then it's on them but do I blame the animus that that individual holds toward others the manager no I do not I just say it's up to management to deal with that person and remove that person from that specific workplace certainly provide them with coaching or make you know have a conversation that if this behavior continues and explained that this behavior is not simply the ad hominem tax you as you said earlier Gordon is affecting our productivity it's a fact you know harmony it's affecting our ability to serve our customers there is a very business very much a business case we what comity in civil stability is all about thanks John John bell Doni executive coach the new book is called grace a leader's guide to a better us thirteen minutes after the hour on this weekend for nearly one 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"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Places like horseshoe bend to seeing enormous spikes in traffic from people seeking self these these here later in the hour time for a business update and it's brought to you by the Michigan economic development corporation the businesses of the future are being built today and Michigan is where they start learn more by searching Michigan your opportunity according to a new pew research large majorities of Americans say conversations about politics have become stressful experiences they prefer to avoid with eighty five percent saying discussions are less respectful in fact based and more negative than ever that said as the twenty twenty race heats up can you take steps to protect civil discourse in the workplace we're joined now by John Baldoni executive coach and author of a new book called grace a leader's guide to a better us he's based in Ann Arbor Michigan John give us guidance well I think politics Ford smart folks in the workplace is they avoid it because you don't know where your counterpart size so which one of those things where it's best lot left unsaid now we always used to say that of course but now because our national discourse is rancorous with but you know both sides feel animus toward another thanks cannot help but bleed over into the workplace so I think that the thing is for us certainly for a management those in management to say Hey let's avoid the politics before going to target let's talk civilly and you could use that as a lesson you know let's exchange open exchange of ideas just as we do with our projects and so it's up to management to say Hey let's let's talk let's use language that reflects our values now if you have a teammate there it's out of line on that you can make it known J. him or her that their remarks don't reflect your it's okay to have an opinion but let's keep our language civil and civil civility is what built this country and now we go back to our founders a lot and they disagreed with one another's but they they believed in one thing and that was the unity in a in a culture eat poor but unum up from one minute from many one that ends today but we sort of lost that so it often times this is easier said than done if you're a manager stay trying to lead a discussion on how to be civil what are you saying to your team well it's a good thing you said that because I think employers are looking for that research shows that employees want their leaders to take a moral stand on issues that doesn't mean politics but stand up for what they believe in right so when an all winter leader says manager says look we're going to discuss this issue whatever it is focus on the workplace let's exchange ideas let's it's okay to be disagree but let's not be disagreeable that's let's make sure we use words that affirm our ideas and affirm the humanity of others but we don't take at wise cracks at others at someone else's expense we speak with John Baldoni executive coach and author of a book called grace a leader's guide to a better us we're talking about protecting civil discourse in the workplace if things do get out of hand I mean you're talking about real in chemistry right maybe projects delayed hurt feelings of people we are resigning quitting lawsuits are lost productivity or this is many things that can happen I guess that could go wrong right absolutely and and it's not just the discourse it what happens is it reveals an underlying discontent a disengagement from work and I always pointed this is management issues they have not addressed it but I think people you know people come to work they don't come to work to fight they don't come to work argue they come to do their best and so therefore it's up to management to create those conditions but employees have a responsibility to it's call reciprocity if I'm going to be part of this company I'm gonna abide by the rules I'm gonna buy bar values but you know what Gordon is not so much do's and don'ts it's about thinking more positive it what can I do to create a better working environment in my own space I talk about something called creating a culture of service and it begins with looking at how you can help someone else to do his or her job not not as a meddler but as a supporter and you know we see we know this from our sports examples with jazz musicians and all this kind of stuff we can do the same thing a workplace look Hey someone struggling with an issue how can you help him with that it's that will still reaching a helping hand it's an attitudinal thing that's a positive it's not a negative like don't do that it's a Hey what can I do how can I help if there's animosity that's largely I would imagine a reflection on the manager and an inability to on a what provide some sort of workplace were discourses civil manage well I would like that yeah I don't sing squish the furnace watch the free speech but that is a reflection on management I presume no it is a reflection on management but I I'm going to give an individual manager a break it mean if someone comes into the work force with a chip on his or her shoulder and is you know con acting in a contrary manner all the time it's up to management to act on it if they don't then it's on them but do I blame the animus that that individual holds toward others the manager no I do not I just say it's up to management to deal with that person and remove that person from that specific workplace certainly provide them with coaching or make you know have a conversation that if this behavior continues and explained that this behavior is not simply the ad hominem tax you as you said earlier Gordon is affecting our productivity it's affecting our harmony it's affecting our ability to serve our customers there is a very business very much a business case for what we what comity in civil disability is all about thanks John John bell Doni executive coach the new book is called grace a leader's guide to a better us thirteen minutes after the hour on this 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"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In thirteen minutes to the moon we've come to the point where we now follow Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin in the final stages of that sends to the lunar surface we'll take you through NASA's mission audio and hear from the team in mission control who guided the Apollo eleven crew towards the historic touchdown battling communications blackouts and just struggling spacecraft computer join me Kevin phone the thirteen minutes to the moon out next BBC news with David hopper Sudan's military rulers and protest leaders will continue direct talks later to try to reach agreement on forming a new governing body to lead the country into elections after a first round of fresh talks on Wednesday the African Union mediators said Sudan's military rulers had agreed to release all political prisoners Yang's diplomatic mission at the U. N. says Washington is determined to carry on with what they called hostile acts against North Korea despite president trump's ambition to hold talks the diplomat said they were responding to US allegations that Pyongyang had breached a cap on refined petroleum imports the UN security council has failed to agree on a statement condemning an air attack on a migrant camp in Libya in which forty four people were killed reports say Britain proposed a statement that would have condemned the attack but US diplomats said they couldn't supported without approval from Washington Australia is expected to introduce anti terror laws to parliament that would ban Australians who force in Iraq and Syria from returning home for up to two years the government says the measures will protect Australia from extremism but critics have insisted they would violate citizen's rights at least six people.
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"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Attention to detail. I hit it on the twenty one valid passport short-notice flavoring ten detail about. Yes. Zero attention to tell short attention span one hundred forty characters without losing interest. Right. These are things they don't wanna know about darn it's by the way on I don't wanna blow your mind or anything. But what if you combined the natty light internship with the yacht interns say, so you've got to sail the various places natty light liquid you need. Yes. Yes. For the yacht. That we're talking about yachts fascinating. When I see them just like, well, how did you make your billions first of all how where do you go? Yes. And what's it like inside? Ultimate in disposable income. Right. Buying a small boat. That's like flushing your money toilet for a middle class person. Yachts, forget about it. Don't boat owner say they're their favor days of owning it or the day by day. They sell it. So many issues in between. Give thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. This human resources professional is a rockstar. Thanks to Cronos. And this is hype song. Have HR payroll talent and time..
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"thirteen minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Morning. Thirteen minutes past the hour on first light. Brian Thompson standing by to give us a look ahead at the nation's weather today. It's Monday, April eighth ninety eighth day of two thousand nineteen. I look back on this day to seventeen eighty nine as the US house of representatives holds its very first meeting and speaking of politics on April eighth nineteen Eighty-six actor Clint Eastwood is elected mayor of Carmel, California, serving one two year term. Slowly adjusting to his high profile Maher. He is making changes. All right. Can we roll call ice cream? Cones once-banned are back. There are more public restrooms. The libraries getting a new annex, and the planning commission has been revamped Eastwood fired the four members who opposed him Nair Clint as taken control. He usually manages to get his way. Go ahead. Make my day. Sorry, Clint just couldn't resist go. I'd have to hear that make my day. One more time. I do hang myself this day in nineteen sixty four the Supremes record their first number one hit. Where did our love goes release later in the year and hits number one in August coming up on quarter past the hour and Allen I light folks in the northeast or where did their spring, go Accu weather meteorologist, Brian Thompson has more on that. And Brian also tracking some weather disturbances in the southeast. We had some severe weather Michael yesterday across the southern plains that that threat is now shifted eastward. We're going to see the threat for severe storms today from Alabama through Georgia and the Carolinas as well hail and damaging winds kind of the biggest threat with these storms today. Now, the storm is kind of impacting lot of the east coast, and it's cold enough for every sake about accumulating snow believe it or not in northern New England central northern Maine could pick up six to twelve inches of snow today. Even though the calendar says April not quite done with winter just yet. But there are some signs that summer is just around the corner starting to see some pockets of heat pump up the low to mid nineties for highs today in south, Texas. Seal one hundred degree forecast time Palm Springs today out in California. So I think certainly starting to turn warmer. It is going to be a stormy still in Pacific northwest still some rain in western portions of Oregon where they've had quite a bit of rain recently on there will be some showers in Washington state and also across northern California. But inbetween across the nation's midsection, pretty quiet, Brian. I'm glad to hear that things are quiet.
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You want to stay tuned for the big four at four should bring you four big blockbuster stories in about now mce thirteen minutes and forty five cents to be exact thirteen minutes. Thirteen minutes. Okay. All right. Who you voted for in the two thousand twenty election? I don't even wanna talk about the twenty exactly. But there are some people who've already come out and said, hey, this is what I stand for. Well, there's not bad. This is what? Well, I mean. It's a little early over the weekend, the Senator from Houston or the Senator from California, Texas. I can't remember no the California Democrat. That's an Kam, Kamala, Harris. Yes, center Kamal here. She unveiled her first. He's running for president. She may unveiled her first major proposal. She wants to give every teacher in America. Not just Arizona, California in America, an automatic fourteen thousand dollar rates love it. Okay. So how did you off the stage? Are you gonna win? Forget it actually. You think she could pull off a fourteen thousand dollar raise for every teacher in America. No, I don't know. But I would not count her out as you said she wasn't going to win. Don't be. So sure why not. Well. I mean, what's your gut? Tell you what it's not even it's not even necessarily a gut because we know that there are there are these Democrats that are going to try and be Trump. Yeah. A couple of them do have an opportunity to do that. And she's one of them. Absolutely. As star based on the fact that she's an up and coming Senator. She's she's she's younger people like some of her ideas. She's of color back to the Obama thing of how different how knew how how fresh there are people saying that, you know, if she were to be on the ticket with that, Texas, dude. Oh, Beto Beto. A very thought Ted Cruz. I'm like what? No, it could be it could be tough. But, you know, the economy's good, you know, Trump didn't get nailed by Russia in the investigation. So we have a long way to go. But let's get back to the teacher thing because it'd be honest. I don't care about the race the racers. So far away. What I like see teachers get a fourteen thousand dollar raise. Yes. I would how are you going to do that? Or you gonna raise my taxes? Well, that's possibly that's how she would have to do it. You're talking three hundred and fifteen billion dollars over ten years three hundred and fifteen billion dollars. Okay. How much does Trump want for his wall? What is it seven or eight billion anywhere from seven to twenty five? You see how how people when they hear that? They're like that's an enormous amount of money. Goodness gracious. How you seven or eight and he's not had an easy time getting the billions of dollars. Now, we're talking about three hundred billion three hundred fifteen billion over ten years, according to the policy. Well, I think a lot of states say we can handle it ourselves, which by the way, they probably can't. We've had a tough time fathers could do it. No. I'm not talking about three hundred fifteen billion. I'm just like we can handle ourselves and give teachers a race. Oh, just I got we can't like so can she do it? I will tell you this by Kamala Harris coming out and saying this she's looking for the female vote because most teachers are females. So how do you say no to educating children better? Right. You better teachers, right? Yeah. All right. We'll see coming up next. He's not gonna win. Way too early. The big four four.
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A polka. Already. Yep. You are. So we have. Janesville Wisconsin sheriff's office has released videos, so stainless steel security screens have been installed over the windows in to interview rooms of the rock county sheriff's office after a suspect jumped out of one of them to escape we've got the audio. So they finally released videos of the incident. The windows. Previously had regular home style screens that could just be, you know, pushed right out. But now, they've got the stainless steel security screens. So here's the video that prompted them to get the stainless steel security screens, the video shows a guy diving through the window soon after a detective escorts him into this little interview room, and it was like a nine point nine. Oh, yeah. I mean, he does this was such skill. So there's one camera showing a bullying, just dive right out. And then the second camera outside picks him up sprinting across the lawn with the handcuffs on. So thirteen minutes after this guy jumps out the window and you'll hear him jumping out. There's a little time lapse, which you really don't notice but the detective returns to find the room empty and utters an exclamation. That includes an f-bomb. So are you ready for this? Now that we've set it all up. Probably sounds pretty good with the polka music as well. Here we go..
"thirteen minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"MAC. These lightning radio. Nothing with thirteen minutes and thirty two seconds to go in the second period. Three early goals in the first five minutes of the first period. Have the lightning trailing by three? But they've been buzzing in a second period their best shift maybe coming from the stamkos Gordon Allott line. They had three dangerous scoring chances on their last shift or moving the puck. So well, it looked like they were on a power play. But they're only five defensemen now on the bench for the lightning Victor Hedman exited after a collision with one of the referees along the lightning blue line away from the playing he has yet to return. So we'll see what that means for the lightning for the remainder of this game route of point of the offense zone. The right point sweeps at the point left circle lose clutter, but can be clear at the near sites. Zeke is five Martin Martin turns it out to center ice at bounced off. Turn skied Zeke is grabs it directs it in Celeski rattles around the nearside about Martin looking to block it hold it in will right circle by the quarterback. Zikos tries to set it came out between the point though and slides all the way back in on price. Here's Adam Pellerin by the islanders debt over seven minutes. Got the second lightning still down. Three nothing long. Toss Brock Nelson at center ice slides it in turn the near corner. Strip by Brock Nelson steel, right circle is slot. Paves shoots Hebei by Celeski with the glove. He holds all through a screen. Well that one. Well, at this point, especially now, Dave, I think the next goal is really important the lightning. With at least nine shots on goal. Now in the second period, they were really dominant for certain stretches and the islanders now have a couple of shifts in a good glove. Save by Andrei vasilevskiy on that last shot. But this next goal here is going to be key Bryce his last game coming against the Carolina Hurricanes on January eighth. But he looks really sharp down this game biller Nelson one by GT Miller to the right of ASA Laskey. Installment regrouping by the Tampa Bay. Pasta cetera is the flex it. In the crock Nelson of the back, Jack has it for New York wing. Scott Apia Zizi to lead cetera crossed the blood, Jordan, Everley, right circle. Took Landers leave. We're gonna knife at front for shots. Eight may rebound tapes. Of circle shoots blocker that ever left circle. Jordan Everley top angle shot. Get traffic at front with Coburn, grabbing it has Evelyn of circle Nelson Nelson's check, but keeps it moving for the right circle. A shot blocked. Beverly right, circle shoots. Lewis read save by Vasyl Lonski. And he finds out rebounded covers those were strong for the islanders with that. Nelson ever Li Li lied it sees three up in New York with eleven fifty eight left. The second at Nelson line has had some dangerous chances and I've been able to maintain some pretty good zone time. But a good stop and rebound covered by Andrei vasilevskiy is that went through three or four players in front of the net under xlii that net presence. He's so strong plays a big game in front like that. And he makes it difficult for goaltenders to see. The nets are good on Andrei vasilevskiy her to see the puck to be able to get that rebound covered. Billard Bill to the last year. Billers thought out. So it'll be Philp along. One by lightning. Dutta by getting tied up by calmer off puck stolen away by Dell. Colle right circle turnaround, shot wide left. Michael Cole of circles. Philp was knocked to the ice. I was witty the plots at Oita ferrets thirty to the steel to center is already dumped it in Miller drops it right circle. Cross. Mcdonagh left circles shot say, they'd redone Ernie try to roll it back the pocket, and it could hold it puck. I was covering that point for mcdonagh certificate back to his own little spin move at Michael Dell Cole is trying to arm at belvoir read, the play blocks. If it finally squirts free to JT Miller. Miller red lion. Rips it in three nothing. Islanders still grace to the near corner. Boy. Near-sighted calmer off cleared out that Ernie JT Miller. Miller spinning. Dances toward the left corner. Boy, check is on Miller keeps moving Ernie left circle. Adam Ernie battling trying to keep the puck alive. Vojtech knocks down Ernie the puck taken away by Leti Leti out to center, ice skates. The red line at sensitive that's less as the puck and the right side for Tournai. That's a lot of the right wing district. For stamkos flight at a very good shift there last time a lot of the return feed Baynes at three nothing. Lightning trail the second Yanni gourd after the pocket. The four tech wins for stamkos left circle process. Cherniak right point shoot. Save grace grace starting to give more rebounds. Though, here's Johnny Gord grabbing at center point Gord high slot shoots. Block readout held a right point shoots again block in front. It's.