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Review: 13 Sentinels

DLC

05:29 min | Last month

Review: 13 Sentinels

"Really curious to hear your take on thirteen. Sentinels a game again. That kind of creeped up on me out of nowhere and saw a lot of people who i tend to kind of align my taste with talking about how great it was in it is vanilla. Wear game i've played. I guess all their games of years and they're known for just this very beautiful hand-drawn style and it comes through wonderfully in thirteen sentinels but a backup explained the game. It's really interesting in. do you know much like. Have you paid much attention to it. Yet what the narrative is what's going to dislike a pop culture mash up the storyline with the time. Travel and stuff right there. Yes quite a bit. That's what kind of like piqued. My interest being with people like this game is really well written as someone who likes riding lakes games. I tend to try to pay attention well and seeing also that smell aware. I was really interested but The actual construction of the game is really interesting. It's almost two pieces one of which is for better or worse almost like a graphic adventure that you play non linearity that you kinda play different segments between the thirteen different characters that thirteen sentinels the sentinels are there giant robots that but there are thirteen people get into them sue kind of play small sets that all we've together to a bigger story in the game play is very much a graphic adventure. You walk around two d. screens talking to each other. It's fully voiced and have to say trying to be like an alpha like animated fan. I said it to japanese initially and was enjoying it. Okay but then actually switch it over in the english word sackings actually fantastic really up to my enjoyment of the game. It's awfully voiced so it is this again. I just really call it a graphic adventure you walk round and you just choose kind of like questions to ask. There's an interesting mechanical. You just press a button and your thought cloud comes up which is just different topics that your character has heard about or kind of like buzzwords you can choose and one thing i enjoy. That silly is your character like this robot. Boy says the buzzword. I liked it so it'll be like ufo like that that but it is very much a graphic adventure but then the other part of it is extensively a tower defense game. I want to say it's very interesting. And this part of the game is almost polarizing in how not pretty it is. It's almost like wire frames like it looks almost like imaginative cyberspace but a what that allows them to do is create a huge sense of scale. Basically you are piloting. Different robots in the city of tokyo. I believe mostly it's the whole city entered finding one part but it's very simplistic graphics As most looks like wire frames. And then if you like played on certain units you can see illustration of what they're supposed to be like which will be giant fantastic mexican most part but what that allows them to do is do things were like like two hundred little enemies are coming at you and you could shoot them all with a giant giant like rail gun that will kill of them at once so the simplicity actually allows them to create this like cool game of scale and is like it's turn based in a way it's for unique. I'm scrubbing poorly. But it's definitely nothing. I expected because i thought maybe it would be like jr g like mechanically but up. It is just fascinating as you can play them. The two parts separately out of sequence. I believe i. i'm b. But i believe you eventually do need to get to certain parts in the tower defense portion to unlock other parts vice versa. But i it is wholly unique in the sense. I've never played a game kind of constructed like this. But also at its core there's a really well acted compelling story that if you are fan of sci-fi wouldn't even go as far as saying anime which can to some people seem as a pejorative like yes. It has very anime style to it but it is a pretty unique and compelling story a that involves like time travel almost like meta narratives about pop culture. John ryan Anymore to spoil it. But it's really intriguing that it is thirteen different characters. There is an element of time travel in just characters not appearing to who they need to be in a time where. I play a lot of video games as i'm sure everyone does. I tend to be a little bit of like a tourist gamer. And i want to see like the new cool thing that's out but sometimes it takes a lot for a game to hook me but this actually like immediately got it's like mystery hooks in seems like a really well written welcome post story. That has well. I've just seen people say like oh stick with it. The reveals are really worth it. So yeah that's my. Because i'm so glad to hear you say that last part because that was biggest worry honestly. The only reason i picked it up yet is because i was worried that it was going to take fourteen hours to get to the good stuff. You know a lot of those. I mean not to be overly generalizing but a lot of those vanilla games are kinda like that. Where like you'd have to play for like thirty five hours and it's good it's like i ain't got that time

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Fresh update on "thirty five hours" discussed on Rocketship.fm

Rocketship.fm

01:01 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "thirty five hours" discussed on Rocketship.fm

"And say. Wow you really kicking a bunch of but here and we didn't even realize how smart you were and you know we have a better job than the one we were gonna put you in. Can we hire you fulltime today. I like a lot. What are those red flags that you looking for an interview. I think they've very lot but a few things that come up right so one is An and some folks love this. But i'm not a fan of the two on one and three one and four on one interviews. That goes punitive to me. That feels like you know. You're trying to get through your doctoral thesis in whatever you know. There are some companies that handle candidates really badly they get you in for an interview and then you don't hear about it back for five weeks and then they're all excited again. Which probably means they brought to other candidates in and made him offers and didn't get closes right if the folks you're interviewing with our in some way offensive or talk down to you right you know In this case. I if you look at the board of directors and the executive team and they all look the same and maybe that's like gender and skin tone but even if they all. They all went to university of michigan together. And i went someplace you know. I went to some b grade university. Like i have my bachelor mail in my master's from stanford and neither of those michigan. So they're gonna look down on me right. I think we look for those kinds of signals. Know some of it is is whitewashing. Its painting right. But if they're not bothering to do those things that could be a hint right and then The other one that that. I think people are down on a lot is when they give you a really complicated assignment to do so. I'm all for doing that. On the coding side where they want four lines of java or whatever they're writing because there's a lot of people just pretend to make that up but but if what they say is we really wanted to take thirty five hours and reposition the company end repricing and tell us which new markets we should go into. There's a decent chance that what they're doing is interviewing a lot of folks to get new business ideas and they're not actually even going to hire into the job so so. i think. I think everybody should do homework before the interview. And i usually expect an hour or two of download the product and read the website and checkout gartner. If you have it or something. But but if they're expecting me to put twelve hours and and not compensating me for that that that fuels again feel sort of punitive and there might be a hundred other good reasons to offset that but but again that's a that's a smell we'll be right back after a quick word from our sponsors. 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David Sedaris on a Career-Spanning Collection

The Book Review

05:03 min | 2 months ago

David Sedaris on a Career-Spanning Collection

"David sedaris joins us now from new york to talk about his new collection. The best of me david so happy to have you back on the podcast. Oh thanks pamela. So why this book now we should say. This is a collection of of your best work. Why did you decide to do this. Are we generally. I was gonna just do an audio book. And i discussed it with maya thomas who has always been my audio book producer. Just because i get a lot of audiobooks and listened to a lot of books. If i have two choices one audio book is like four hours long and the other one is like thirty five hours long. I usually go with the thirty five hour. And i think most my books are pretty short so i thought oh water night just do whatever. I considered a best work. We'll put it together and so it'll be a longer audio book and then my publisher said. Oh why don't we make it a book ball. And i should just like that. You can caved. is your preference for thirty five hour. Long audiobooks tied to your fit bit habit. Yes it is. You know. I just looked at the count of monte cristo. Because my sister amy head read it. That's fifty four our audio walk. We're could you walk with that. I can cover a lot of ground with account of monte cristo. The last time you were on the podcast it was to talk about your collection theft by finding in which you had many encounters over the years with people on the street and what i enjoy so much in this collection the best of me are they encounters in the airplane. I'm curious now if you're if you're having like a second wave of encounters on the street because you're spending so much time walking around driven by your fit bit around new york. Oh i mean. I'm spending a lot more time on the street but i think because maybe it's because people are wearing masks. We see more disconnected from one. Another i think you know when i did travel during this time it felt so good to be back in an airport so good to be back on an airplane. I felt so at home. And i felt like i back where i you know where i needed to be and backward. I belonged and all of it. You know even the long layover and the crummy hotel. All of it i welcomed it went down for breakfast. I had to go to indiana. And i went downstairs for breakfast and i brought my computer. 'cause i was going to work while at breakfast. Thought you idiot. You can't go breakfast Tell with just your computer because there's going to be two. Tv's playing and there's gonna be music. You need your headphones to blot. All that out hired. I forgotten crazy. How much. I forgot just know the nine months that i wasn't allowed to travel. There are so many great airplane stories in this collection. So it's interesting to hear you say that you miss air travel because of your airplane stories sort of exhibit the worst of humanity and thinking. Probably the most obvious one is standing by which is just a classic. You really do still like air travel because to me it feels like you write about it. It brings out the worst in humanity. Remember when i was yelling. And i would watch like johnny carson and so of the comedians would talk about air travel and i thought gee dot they have anything else talk about. But and then as i grew older i realized. Oh that's what they spend all their time right. So that's where. I spent all my time and so that was why i had so many stories about it but i do think it brings out the course in people and also i think there's a real divide between people who travel a lot and people who don't when i went to north carolina couple months ago. I had a long layover in charlotte. And i said to hugh my boyfriend. Who's with me. Why are all these people traveling now. These people who haven't traveled in years and he said how do you know. They haven't traveled in years. I said there suitcases now like they weren't the suitcases with four wheels on them. There were the suitcases with two wheels. You know that people kind of lazily drag behind them see can trip over them right sign now of amateurs and he but because he doesn't travel that often he didn't know what i was talking about. Are there other ways in which airplane travel has changed that that will make its way into your work since corentin so many people are afraid to travel right now. I feel like bending over backwards to clean things. I mean i. It was interesting in north carolina. The governor put a mask mandate in place. Any just put it in place. And i would say maybe sixty percent of the people in the airport wore masks and the other forty war just really defiant expressions and then i traveled like a month later and then it was ninety. Nine percent of people had masks on. It

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From Rugby In Australia To Football In Philadelphia

The Lead

05:28 min | 4 months ago

From Rugby In Australia To Football In Philadelphia

"Bo. When we're watching games, we sometimes forget to pay attention to the offense of Lineman, but you wrote about a play against the Ravens recently where Jordan my Lada really put himself into the center of the action. Can you take us through what happened on that play? It was sort of a typical zone read up the Eagles thirty yard. Carson wentz is in the shotgun and he has the decision as to whether to hand off the Mile Sanders or hold the ball and run himself. So that's what he does. wets keeps it on a read option he'll get out to the thirty five hour live Paul, loose ball, the ravens every covered it, and he fumbles the ball. The ball POPs out and a ravens defender picks it up the Safety Chuck Clark an se starts to run from out of nowhere comes Jordan, my Lana, this six, foot, eight, three, hundred, forty, five, pound guy probably even heavier than that, and it is as if he is. Taking over all of his training from his youth he just attacks Chuck Clark like launches into the air and in the same motion swings his left arm around and pinpoints punches the ball out, and it just shoots into the air and it ends up landing at a balance. So the Ravens keep the ball anyway but to see a left tackle do something. So athletic was definitely eye opening. Jordan. My Lada is a powerhouse in front of the microphone as well. where. Does MY PASSION FOR MUSIC COMING FROM? So he says it like everything else in his life I sort of comes from his family, a big family and Kiss. One Gill he ever cut new family I and everything that I am staying. Going I, get it from my family. So He is the child of two Simone immigrants they grew up. He was the fourth of five children in a suburb of Sydney called Bankstown and he says, you know everybody in Samoan Culture is talented in music in some way, and so he is very good on guitar. And it's true like he's got a really beautiful. You know he was never despite how big he would get. He was never sort of the biggest kid growing up but around great seven as he calls it, he starts just shooting up and it never stops and this was a very sports friendly family, but rugby league was their passion. So He's playing rugby league and all of a sudden you know it looks like he's sort of the Danny Monteverde of what's going on in Rugby League Heavy like this guy. Check his Team. Running jerk. Everybody's asking for his birth certificate like there's no way. This guy can be fourteen years old fifteen years old and this becomes the running joke. Every time he's playing with his team. We fast forward a couple of years. He's seventeen years old. He's on his rise as a rugby player. There's this scary moment one day at practice. Take us through what happened. He's playing four I guess what amounts to the youth team or the be level team the practice squad sort of for his local rugby league team in Bankstown and he collapses one day. And everybody's sort of just chalked it up to you know this guy's too big too unfit, and then a couple of weeks later it happens again and they sent him straight to the hospital and immediately you know the doctors are like we need to get you in for emergency surgery. There's an issue with his heart. And over the course of about a year and a half, he ends up having to separate heart surgeries where he has a hard abrasion and both the upper and lower chamber of his heart and at that point, the idea of even continuing to play sports he thought that that was probably over. Once the second surgery was over the doctors said, he was totally fine. He was ready to go. You know once he was recovered from that. So shortly thereafter, he gets back into playing rugby league and he's sort of on the rise. But at the same time, he has to work a part time job he's doing. Jobs. So he's starting to get a little bit frustrated and a agents toss out. The idea of would you be interested in trying different sport trying to play in the NFL his agents send his highlight video to the international pathway program for the NFL and the NFL has this program where every year about four to six or seven players from around the world are given the opportunity to work out for NFL teams and it up to La when they were. When I? I. Didn't know this for. A week in La, that's when I really like. Fine Tree and What I WANNA do the hurdle from there is he has to convince his family and his family is not about it at all and as Jordan describes it, in Samoan Culture what the elders say go. So it's basically the end of the conversation

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How to get a Helicopter License

Aviation News Talk podcast

05:37 min | 4 months ago

How to get a Helicopter License

"Let's talk about what it takes to get a helicopter certificate because I'm sure that's probably the first thing in people's minds. What are the FAA requirements for getting a helicopter private? Well. You're GONNA, find the requirements under part sixty, one, one, zero nine, which is where you're gonNA find the airplane requirements as well, and essentially it's a very closely mirrored to what the airplane requirements are you going to a total of forty hours under a part sixty one school Twenty hours of that is required to be dual ten hours of it is required to be a solo on your own, and then the other ten hours are generally made up of preparatory work or some of the students weaknesses in what they need to prep for the the ride and I, think everybody knows that forty hours is the minimum. Certainly airplanes people end up with more than that. What's kind of? The typical range of ours that people end up when they get their private in what drives, that WH- take some people longer than others. So all the requirements for helicopters were really based off of the airplane requirements. If you look anywhere in the far aim, you're gonNA see a lot of mention about the airplanes and it's not until you get down to the bottom of the regulations where it says except for helicopters. Helicopters can do this or this doesn't apply to helicopters special be far for an example, doesn't apply to helicopters as far as not being able to get it at any time you can request it at any time but yes, a typically people get their license about fifty hours seems to be difficult I. Don't I'm hearing more and more than in the airplane world fixed-wing world that taken people closer to the fifty hour mark in I. Don't know what that what that's caused by. Like you said and like the regulation say the forty hours is really minimum. I have had one of my students get. It is little as four three hours. But for the most part, the average is around fifty hours or so in helicopters I can say they're quite a bit different than airplanes. There's a lot more moving parts in just getting the actual hand. Eye Coordination Down to fly the helicopter is probably typically what takes a little bit more time. Now on top of that, you know it has to do with people schedule. Everybody's busy whether you have a job or a family or your own school or whatever. It might be. You know the more consistent you are in your training, the bathroom it's GonNa go typically. Nowadays, it other than when you and I flew. It's pretty nice because we have the Internet and we have. Why a few programs on that, you can take ground school online whether it be three o'clock in the afternoon or three o'clock in the morning whatever works for you, and then you and I. Can. Sit Down with our students and do information clarification making sure that people understand what they're learning. What about folks like me? Who have a airplane certificate and actually have one helicopter lesson on my belt Bell let's forget about that. What are the our the requirements different for someone who's already a pilot? Yeah. So right there the requirements are thirty hours flight time twenty hours of dual and ten hours of Solo. For the most part. All My ad on students are still taking somewhere in the forty hour range to fifty hour range, just depending on their schedule but the the minimum requirements drop by ten hours. Now, if you go to a part one, forty, one school that typical forty hours initially drops down to thirty five hours. That being said it still minimum the way I run my flight school as far as the education the syllabus recording I run at very much like a part one, forty, one school. So from a learning skill standpoint airplane pilots at any kind of a disadvantage because we need to unlearn things that we thought we knew. Well. I can tell you go on the opposite way for sure since I did that getting my helicopter first and then my but yeah. So there are two things that really pop out my head. One of the things is you know airspeed is our lifeline in an airplane in a helicopter that's not the case rotor RPM. Line the one of the. GonNa Notice with new pilots or on pilots. I should say when they're coming in for approach, they don't like getting slow whereas one. You know what you do when you coming on approach whether we're practicing shallower, not steep approaches whatever they may be we end in a hover. And airplane pilots don't like when you touch the ground. You're still going down the runway though is just getting them to understand that it's okay to lose airspeed because it's rotor RPM that we're concerned with the other thing is in a stall or an engine failure. One of the first things they tell you to push forward to regain airspeed don't do that in a helicopter, particularly a two bladed rotor system helicopter because that'll put you into A. Low gravity situation, and if you're in a low gravity alone g situation, you can actually aerodynamically take take the fuselage of the aircraft and the rotor system that is no longer supporting the fuselage and you can actually snap that off similarly to over controlling an airplane in saying Arab addict situation or windy situation breaking the wings off other want things that you need a particularly watch. The other thing is we don't lead with the rudders interns. We don't have rudders we have pedals, but they're anti Torque pedals in that strictly to keep the ball centered if you will or to keep the nose pointed into the wind, the more power you pull. The more anti left pedal that you need an opposite that of meeting right pedal when you're taking off in an airplane.

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WASP Documentarian Erin Miller

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

06:36 min | 5 months ago

WASP Documentarian Erin Miller

"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.

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Whispers of trouble - listen to your plane

AOPA Never Again

07:36 min | 5 months ago

Whispers of trouble - listen to your plane

"If airplanes could talk what would they say? Well, they can talk if we learn how to listen and pay attention sometimes the languages subtle in a new sound or vibration. Sometimes they scream as when my friends number five cylinder unexpectedly dropped valve resulting in a broken piston, complete oil loss and prompt engine failure. Some sudden catastrophic failures are impossible to predict, but others can be predicted and possibly avoided. Ask pilots. A mental note of what our instruments usually indicate and look for deviations that could indicate A. OR PENDING FAILURE Just because the indication is still in the green range does not mean that nothing is wrong knowing the usual indications for our own engine will allow us to listen for any deviation and investigate the issue. I am fortunate and get to fly three hundred hours a year commuting to work as an emergency room physician. My Commute is from Statesboro Georgia to lagrange. One to two times each week, the fight one, hundred and seventy, two nautical miles and takes about seventy minutes each way in my highly modified North American navien. My engine was a continental I o five, fifty be that was freshly overhauled just a few years ago. I always change the oil between twenty five and thirty five hours instead of waiting until fifty hours. On two occasions, my engine instruments have displayed unusual oil pressure indications. The first indication was in June two, thousand sixteen during a return trip from New Mexico. The June weather was beautiful and via far but very hot all along the route home. During the flight the oil pressure ran about five to seven PSI lower than usual but otherwise acted normally oil temperature was less than two hundred degrees Fahrenheit for the entire flight. The engine ran great and continue to produce plenty of power I. nervously watched the pressure as it stayed steady in the green range and continued our trip home. The oil consumption remained as usual during that trip and we arrived home on eventually. Once home. The oil was changed in a new paper element oil filter installed prior to this oil change I was using a reusable stainless steel mesh oil filter that was removed and disassembled for inspection at each oil change. On Inspection, I found that the Steel Mesh had accumulated some residue that narrowed the openings in the Mesh. I, reasoned that the oil filter was restricting flow and oil pressure. So I returned to using paper element oil filter that is discarded at each oil change the oil pressure return to normal and I return to flying with my usual oil pressure of forty five to forty six PSI in cruise flight. That engine continued to run great and showed no problems. Regular oil filter cutting revealed no metal and oil analysis was always normal. So normal that I skipped cutting the filter and oil analysis when I changed the oil in December of twenty seventeen. I continued to fly Navien until late February twenty eighteen when something changed. I was flying to work and noticed my oil pressure was once again lower than. It was down into the Middle Thirties but once again remained in the green range and steady. I increased RPM from low cruise at two thousand, three hundred to hike cruise at two, thousand, five hundred and the oil pressure returned to the usual forty, five to forty, six PSI. The oil temperature was around one hundred and sixty degrees, Fahrenheit. which is the usual oil temp in cool weather for that engine. I was concerned about the oil pressure indication but I had seen this occurrence previously the weather was good and the pressure was backup to usual. So I continued on to lagrange. Three days later I returned home to Statesboro. Now comes the lucky and scary part. The flight home was night I F R and I flew the Runway three to approach into statesborough. Before departing I checked everything carefully and the oil pressure on run-up was normal. I watched the oil pressure carefully and flew home that high cruise power setting. I landed uneventfully but noticed that oil pressure at idol was a lot higher than usual. Low Minimum oil pressure at idol with the engine. Hot is ten PSI. But mine was always fifteen to twenty PSI. This night I was looking at thirty five PSI at idol with the engine hot. I had never seen idol oil pressure that high but was not concerned. I push the airplane into my home hanger and return the next morning to change the oil. The tachometer showed the engine had accumulated fourteen hundred and forty five hours since overhaul. Drained the oil and replace the oil filter and began refilling the crank case with fresh oil. When I decided, it was time to cut the oil filter. I found a large amount of metal in the filter. The oil that drained out of the filter was filled with metal flakes that look like silver glitter on my hand. What happened I had not cut the oil filter or submitted an oil sample at the last oil change. So there was no way of knowing what I would have found then. Had I, not cut an examined the oil filter on this oil change. I would not have found the metal in time and bad things would have happened on the next flight. When I disassembled the engine, I found the two of the main bearings had turned in the crank case, and we're obviously very near having a catastrophic failure. Now. This engine did not vibrate knock or suffering power loss. The only in-flight indication of any problem was changed from the usual oil pressure readings with the actual reading remaining in the normal range. As Buck my old flight instructor would have said she was talking to you. I was not listening carefully enough but survived just the same. This is the accident that never happened simply because I cut the oil filter. Had I, submitted the oil for analysis and waited for the results before flying again, the problem could have been discovered, but I fly too often to await test results. I would've received an urgent phone call from my oil analysis company, but it would have been after the accident. My current practice is to cut every oil filter at time of oil change cutting the oil filter while messy is free and gives immediate feedback. This simple process can save your airplane and your life.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:29 min | 9 months ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ya Damon I wanna say some personal for me I want to do a moment for me right now we are taking calls all morning I wanna have a me moment I want to tell you I'm a huge fan I really like you I don't know if you're a jerk off TV but you've always been nice to us thank you thank you for not canceling because I think people like me I need a moment of of happiness and and you're gonna provide it so love shark tank love you how are you dealing with things like everybody else you know I'm I'm open first of all that everybody listening and especially the seniors and going to be what underlying health issues I hope they are nestled in and people are being very kind of them to take care of them and I have the same concerns you know I have a seventy two year old mother and I have thirty five year old mother and I would you know ninety five year old other mentor and I'm you know I'm concerned about everybody but and what my staff of course but we're gonna get back to that wouldn't we're gonna get through this and you know we're gonna see some really amazing heroes emerge out of this power shift is your is your book and I do wish we were talking and in different times but look it will come back the stock market will come back that the businesses will come back and you talk about in in your book how to transform any situation out to close the deal and how to get to any outcome you want right your attitude equals your altitude what would you say to people right now about their attitude I do it there's no question about that wrote this book it took me two years to write this book and you know in this book exactly the point right change your life and be prepared for what's going on I have a great people like Kris Jenner it fall in the bond but you know what let's not talk about them I have one subject in the book one person a book and I'm it's it's it's really great salt water but this one moment her name is crystal if you work for a company she goes on maternity leave we have the premature babies to come back although boss look at I can give you the forty hours or fifty hours a week anymore because I have a premature baby at home I need to give you twenty out of school you I gave you the money for maternity leave you know what you either stay here give me your call hours or you get the hell out of here but in between that time when she was home the same with all of the home right now she took time to learn how to become a virtual assistant because she heard about the zooms of the world and all these things coming around and what did you do for me now he used to work twenty hours for me last week because you live in Ohio now I beg her to work thirty five hours and she gives other people five or ten hours she stays home takes care of her baby doesn't have the truck listen out doesn't have to wear a facemask and she makes more money that she's ever made our life before and she knows that she will never work with anybody that she doesn't like and she makes her own hours red eye radio the right side of the conversation W. I. L. S. for the weekend thanks for listening five twenty four so the governor had some good news for all of us today there is great news all regions continue on track to move into phase three by the end of this week statewide the positivity rate which hit a high of twenty three percent in late April is now averaging nine point two percent for the last seven days that's true because a little too little a little too late though daily the dollar's short as well managed to say five neighboring states Wisconsin Iowa Missouri Indiana and Kentucky have relaxed or abolished entirely the restrictions while we've been under lock and key many businesses over.

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Hillary Clinton talks politics at documentary premiere

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Hillary Clinton talks politics at documentary premiere

"Just in time for election twenty twenty a new documentary looks at Hillary Clinton's twenty sixteen campaign and what she thinks of Bernie Sanders in the documentary she disparages Sanders saying nobody likes him nobody wants to work with him it's a small moment fifteen seconds from some thirty five hours of conversation more than a year ago Clinton is not endorsing anyone yet and at the New York premiere of her film said she wants to see a fair Democratic National Convention I'm really anxious for the rules to be followed because we have to have a candidate goes into the convention and comes out with a majority of the delegates and a United Democratic Party and that's what I'm going to work toward Hillary starts airing Friday on whose Julie Walker New York

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New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020

America in the Morning

02:08 min | 1 year ago

New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020

"The stock and bond markets are closed for the new year's day also government offices banks and the post office but a lot that could affect you changed when that crystal ball dropped at midnight new laws in virtually every state you can place your sports bets through draft kings in New Hampshire now making sports gambling legal in twenty states plus the district of Columbia recreational marijuana is now legal in Illinois the eleventh state to do this it's still illegal at the federal level a number of states now require sexual harassment training in the workplace as a result of the me too movement but thirty two states still have no requirements a landmark California law will classify gig workers as employees not contractors over and post mates are suing also in the Golden State home builders will be required to put solar panels on roofs and a strict new data privacy law goes into effect minimum wages in twenty one states are higher today and more cities will pay you fifteen dollars an hour yeah there is some push back from some industries on that but the trend to push wages up is growing he still can't live on a thirty five hour a week minimum wage job in most states but there are significant gains in twenty twenty the number of cities and counties with at least a fifteen dollar pay floor has doubled to thirty two with Washington DC Los Angeles and south San Francisco among others raising rates either today or later this year according to pay core if you work in twenty one states you'll see more in your paycheck this wait for other states raise their rates later this year nearly half the nation's minimum wage workers are covered but there are no games in the two states with the lowest minimum wage in those would be Georgia and Wyoming those jobs will still pay just five dollars and fifteen cents an hour and the federal minimum wage isn't much better stock at seven twenty five an hour since twenty

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Long hours at a desk job linked to hidden high blood pressure - Eyewitness News

Dr. Daliah

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Long hours at a desk job linked to hidden high blood pressure - Eyewitness News

"If you weren't alas thirty five hours a week compared to those working less if you were to more like forty to forty nine hours a week you had a seventy percent greater likelihood of having white coat or masked hypertension why well because maybe because you're set at a desk maybe it's because you're not exercising maybe it's because their stress at work which is something else I want to talk about before we go there let's talk about masked or white coat hypertension when I was in school I did buy it they said that there's a group of people that when they see a white coat there but pressure was spike and don't treat the it's because they're nervous with a white coat I like what they're nervous about my weight Cole I'm wearing blue scrubs I mean I used to not wear white coat for years just to not you know induce this anomaly with blood pressure like wait a second one of the mother in law came into the room their blood pressure will spike what if they saw a G. string there but personal spike if they're having fun purchase price that we need to treat no no no it's like what happens is we don't see why correct judge and I never understood that as a student I never understood that as a resident I still don't understand that now they're trying to say yeah don't blow off white coat or mask hypertension what that means if you could be having a bad dream some kid could lose their their their tennis ball in front of your car in the street have to slam on the brakes you are going to sustain the pressure spikes what do you see a doctor or not that means you have blood pressure issues and you're gonna be a risk for strokes you're gonna be at risk for heart disease if you if your blood pressure spike to treat it that's a light up of philosophy on that one but I think what's going on in this particular study even though they already kind of accounted for strain and stress and all that is as humans we are not designed as animals to be sitting at a desk or sitting in the studio okay I know you guys like I'm not decide to hear the shell okay well evolve so we're not designed to be just city our bodies are designed for that we're supposed to walk like our fellow primate brother instead in terms of you know shifting in our our weight on her shoulders like relisted instead we sit upright we sit on the but it's no wonder we have bad backs big but it's bad hips we need to have replacements animals in the animal kingdom so usually the need of a place is what we do because we set it too much and we have a screen and we are out there in the wild without getting some light we're not getting the fresh air we're not breathing air from treat rating filtered air we're getting a light from artificial sources budget because another reason why we have a basic issue okay our body once natural sunlight if you want to lose weight you get outside got to be

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Into the footprint of where those hours are going to go to make sure we're not disturbing any type of historical artifacts price tag on the gondola which would carry passengers from the Amtrak station across the river to the times union center estimated at twenty five million dollars W. G. Y. news time eight thirty three more than four hundred thousand students are enrolled at SUNY colleges so what kind of wages can graduates expect Sony is launched a new online tool that lets the public look at wage information based on so many graduates according to a release SUNY grad wages combines academic data from SUNY with wage data from the department of labor to show median wages in specific degree programs SUNY chancellor Christina Johnson says students choose their degree major based on any number of variables and some may not consider their earnings potential for those who do Sony grad wages give students and their parents an expectation of what they can earn years after college Diane Delano newsradio eight ten one of three one W. J. Y. got a call could be facing some controversy after he dropped the N. word in a live call into an Albany radio station James weapon with that this comes just months after the governor's brother Chris Cuomo a television anchor was caught on video in an expletive filled tirade at the mention of freight from the godfather during this radio interview governor Cuomo was referencing a New York times article and the general controversy surrounding Columbus day the governor noting that some immigrants were referred to as an word followed by a slur for Italian Americans he did say pardon my language before making the comment James flippin news radio eight ten and won all three one W. G. Y. actress Felicity Huffman is spending the next two weeks in a California prison for her role in the college cheating scandal the Emmy winning desperate housewives star turned herself in yesterday at the federal correctional institution in Dublin forty miles east of San Francisco Altman admitted paying fifteen thousand dollars to have her daughter's SAT scores boosted WGY news time coming up on a thirty five hour next update at nine I read shepherd now more Chuck and Kelly on news radio eight ten at one oh three one W. G. Y. cattle regions breaking news traffic.

Final crew member from capsized cargo ship rescued after 40 hours

Glenn Beck

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Final crew member from capsized cargo ship rescued after 40 hours

"The Coast Guard has rescued four crew members of the golden ray cargo ship the capsizing caught fire in waters off Georgia early Sunday morning this coaster captain John reed the condition is our is relatively good for having spent you know close to thirty thirty four four thirty five hours in the conditions there in. the Coast Guard initially rescue twenty people shortly after the accident the fire and instability of the overturn vessel kept them from venturing deep inside until more than a

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Casual vs. permanent part-time: Discussing The Part-Time Penalty

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Casual vs. permanent part-time: Discussing The Part-Time Penalty

"Cardiff. Martha JIMBO is the economic research director of the indeed hiring lab, we've had her on the show a bunch of times, she's kind of like, the indicators labor market guru or sense, a labor market that's been. Golly. I don't know. Stacey I have called Martha and her team all the names, the indeed hiring lab has been referenced on the show as the vendors of labor market data. And yet you have not yet seen L E vendors totally fallen down in my duty to keep up. There are a lot of vendor movies drives his defense. And I mean, honestly, I haven't seen the new vendors movie either. But it turns out there is kind of a connection between the avengers and the analysis of the labor market that Martha has just completed it has to do with the nature of part-time work. Oh movie idea the avengers go part time. I wonder how Disney would field aren't a lot of the avengers part time as it is. I mean, Tony stark like he like an man he's like part time running a giant not national corporation part. Being a playboy part time saving. Planet earth fulltime making Disney a ton of money time making money. Yeah. I mean in a certain way like the superheroes. Noah lot about parts. True. Just as it is. But it could be an sequel idea studios. Call me, but part time arc, you know. It is a big deal in the US, especially given how many people in the past decade had to take part time work, even though they wanted a fulltime job. Also because of how part time jobs are compensated and the distribution of people who end up getting part time jobs so today on the indicator from planet money, Martha is going to guide Stacey meet through some of the economics of part time work that is coming up right after the break. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Jimmy, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin and other crypto currencies to your portfolio, protecting your investments with insurance oversight and cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from American Express you want to build your business. They can help build your business with financing solutions for eligible business customers the powerful backing of American Express don't do business without it. Terms apply. Visit American Express dot com slash business. Martha gamble along with her colleague, Nick bunker, just finished an analysis of part time work in the US. So workers are considered part time when they work you're than thirty five hours a week and Martha's it's really important to understand the nature of part time work because quite a few people work part time, including a lot of people who would really rather be working fulltime as a share of all the people in the economy. Who work or who want to work? The number of part time workers who would rather have fulltime jobs skyrocketed during the recession of ten years ago because not in a fulltime jobs available to them and that number has been coming down in the recovery. It's taken a very long time to come down. It's neared its pre recession lows, but it's not near where it was in the early two thousands. In fact, if that number did fall to where it was in the early two thousands almost another one million people would have fulltime jobs, and those are just the people who are working part time who are officially looking for fulltime work, some people actively choose, of course, to work part time, Martha's that is not always a straightforward choice to choice to work part time, a lot of people choose part-time work out of necessity, for example, if they have a lot of personal obligations raising kids, and they need the flexibility of a part time job others, of course, might just want a better work life balance wanna work fewer hours, but taking a part time job. She find. Often comes at an even bigger cost. Then a lot of people realize, but one thing that crops up is that we often pay part time workers less per hour than a full-time worker will make so it's not just that they're making less because they're working few hours per week. We would all expect that, but they also get paid less for each one of those hours that they work winning occupation pays less money per hour to it's part time workers than to its fulltime workers that is known as the part time penalty. It's not an official term the part time penalty just refers to the difference that tends to occur between what an hour fulltime work pays. And wouldn't our part time work pays and what Martha has done is to look at the different occupations throughout the economy to see which ones have the biggest part time penalty, and then to try and understand why like what those jobs have in common documentation with the single biggest part time penalty is web developer wages for part time. Web developers are forty nine point five percent less than wages for fulltime web developers and that is our planet money indicator. Part time web developers. Make only about half as much per hour as fulltime web developers and web developer is in outlier, but it isn't actually much of an outlier so Martin Nick found at least ten occupations with part time penalties of more than thirty percent. And if you look at those occupations, you will see that they have a few things in common. So a lot of those jobs are in sales. It's also jobs that in general, it's going to be harder to divide up hours. So for instance, if you are working in sales, you have a relationship with a client. It may hurt you if you can't put in the full-time hours to build that relationship, Martha's, the occupation. That have the biggest penalties for working part time are the ones that require workers to always be switched on to be valuable jobs where it's hard to trade shift with another worker, for example, sales people and also jobs like lawyer and banker where workers have a relationship with their clients. They can't just swap their hours with someone else and expect their clients not to notice these jobs, usually don't offer much, lex ability. So those are jobs that have a part time penalty. But there are also some ocupation that actually pay slightly more to people who work part time. Mar the found that the occupation that pays the highest premium for part time workers is known as miscellaneous personal appearance workers. It's kinda how it sounds people who help you care for your personal appearance. For example. This includes people who work in nail salons and part time workers make seven point four percent more per hour in this nation than fulltime workers, that's the highest wage premium. She found for part time workers and Martha's jobs that pay a part time premium tend to be jobs where it is easy for workers to change shifts with each other, in example of this is the healthcare field where nurses and doctors will often work as part of a group in caring for patients. So if one shift ends another one will pick up the next shift, and generally, there's no downside either for the nurses or the patients and registered nurse, by the way is one of the jobs that pays a part time premium or you can also think of waiters and waitresses that also have relatively Lopez. Realty waiters and waitresses tend to work in a team. They work with the busboy or with the receptionist. We've all had the experience where our server has come up to us halfway through the meal and gone, my shift is ending now. But here's the new person who's going to be handling your table, plus Martha's jobs, the pay their part time workers on par with their fulltime workers also tend to be jobs that you can finish in one set bundle of time that you can schedule for example, hairdressers they do not get penalized for working part time hours because you know, your hair dresser might cut your hair once a month or once every few months, but that hairdresser does not have to be in the salon all the time. So jobs, a penalized part time workers tend to be more rigid and less flexible, whereas jobs that don't penalize part time workers do offer some flexibility Martin says that this fact has at least one big societal implication, it raises the gender wage gap. And the reason is that women and mothers in particular are more likely to choose part-time jobs that don't have a big part time penalty. That's because those jobs tend to offer more flexibility. It makes sense that they would choose these jobs, but those jobs tend to be occupations that also pay lower overall incomes to their workers, so women and mothers end up making less money in their careers, and for that to change either men would also have to increasingly choose those flexible occupations, or the rigid inflexible occupations would have to become less rigid and inflexible so that women and mothers could join them perhaps by embracing more of a team approach at work. Actually, you know, what the events are great example of team based approach where sometimes they trade off. We can all learn from the adventures, right? Like if Tony stark goes down the hall can pick up the slack for a little while. Right. And then Thornton step in scarlet widows doing her thing. Like, we should all be learning from the vendors next time, I'm out sick. Maybe Thornton Stephan.

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Gas prices on the rise nationwide

America's Truckin' Network

05:57 min | 2 years ago

Gas prices on the rise nationwide

"Price of fuel is a big part of the cost of operating any trucking operation. And it's also a big part of the middle class pocketbook. Middle-class consumers enjoying the strongest wage growth. We've seen in many years in a decade. According to the experts, but higher gas prices are are eaten too good chunk of that for many. And it looks like bump prices are headed higher. Oh, wonderful. News gasoline pump. Prices have already jumped about twenty five percent. This year. The fastest rate in three years. One of the culprits. They tell us is the sanctions against Iran in crude oil or crude exports, and that's got something to do with in this week with the administration moving to tighten those sanctions good soon, send prices even higher. Crude oil prices hit the highest level at about six months this past day, some analysts expect the national average pump price which is right now to eighty five per gallon. Will climb above three dollars per gallon for the first time since twenty four teen. Now, they point out few good goods prices aggravate consumers as much as high gas prices. The chief economist at moody analytics says, it's it's an important part of the consumers psyche. They live with it. Every day. Now he and other analysts at higher gas prices might irritate motorists as we head into the summer driving season. But they don't think of a moderate fuel price hike would force people to maybe cut spending in other areas. So for now. Yeah. Consumer spending has remained pretty much resilient wages are growing in the tight job market average, hourly earnings in the private sector are rising at roughly three point two percent year-over-year. That's good numbers left. The strongest today decade actually, those bigger paychecks helped pay for costlier gasoline after OPEC and their allied producers including Russia, reduced their output trying to prop up the prices retail prices for regular gasoline of risen about fifty five cents per gallon. So far this year. So far. It hasn't been a particularly large headwind for consumers. Yeah. The Trump administration called for buyers of Iran's oil to stop purchasing that oil by may the first which is just around the corner or they would face sanctions. Pretty an end to what had been six months of waivers. That was allowing Iran's eight biggest buyers to keep importing their oil at limited volumes. So that should be coming to an end analysts noted US crude production is surging and higher output from OPEC and Russia could help maybe offset losing about a million barrels per day of Iranian oil. As far as the world markets are concerned. Yes. Sources yesterday said Gulf OPEC members were ready to raise their output. But only if they saw sufficient demand, some US consumers are already paying three bucks per gallon in February filling at twenty five point five gallon tank of for an SUV would have cost about fifty seven bucks on average. That is now a nearly seventy three dollars, according to the government data. Yeah. For a fifteen dollar an hour employee working thirty five hours a week. I mean, filling up once a week is costing fourteen percent of their gross pay. So. One part time driver for lift based out of DC said, yes, I'm hyper aware of the gas prices. These rising fuel costs are cutting my prophets stretching the budget, and I wouldn't be a bit surprised that some of these Uber in lift drivers will say, well, you know, with the prices where they are. It's not worth getting up there to do what we're doing. But even before the latest news about Iran drivers were expecting rising prices at the pump to cut into their income. So the consumer survey expected their consumers they served said they expected their wages to rise. Maybe two point six percent over the year, but they're expecting prices prices to rise four point seven percent over the next year. Some of the numbers you juggle things around. So it's all about Iran. We've got what about a week left? Then. Yeah. Before may first rolls around. And I'm not I'm not actually sure who all of Iran's biggest purchasers were in the big picture on the global market a million barrels per day, isn't really all that significant. There's plenty of others that could make up for the loss of that. So I guess you just got to kind of play it by year. But one thing we do know is Iran is not one bit pleased that they're being forced pretty much shuttered. Their

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"And they were making the discussions they use this example, like if I came in. And I said I've invented a robot. They can tell you when Bubba is home or not. He's learned it. Well, now when you look what he's learned is we've given him access, which we had to give the bubbas point. He's controlling bubbas heating and air what they can do he controls. He's he's letting them know what the water situation is. Because this computer, we've taught how to give Bubba and assessment of everything he's using in his home. Okay. Well, what it did? Is. It really said, I don't believe the buses are home. And they go home. He's right. But what he really deal with says, I'm noticing. There's not any water being used. I've noticed that. They're they're heating and air is way down in detectors remove no motion detector. So I predict that they're not home based on the information. You allowed me to to to access. So that's not really in that learning, and that's not thinking and reasoning is predicting well, it's logic. And it it mimics how we would let how we would do. We would look at a house and say this isn't happening that ain't happening. So they must be gone, but to pull an is somebody had to put up the. The sensors for it to check the water. Right. So if I had to check put up the sensors to check the motion, so I had a rod a program to tale. That thing that we're going to do this. And we're going to cut you on and we're gonna compare eight A B C D all this. And we're going to reach a pre program conclusion that has been programmed in the program of either being home or not home. Well, it works. It's it's comparison. It comes down. Here says boom, I put a lot on not at home. Well, that doesn't mean that computer self aware, it's just following its program. It also means then tell us the truth, whether your home or not because he doesn't know all you could be home. Just not be using. I'll give you what it has been programmed to look at. So this can't go back and change its own programming to go. Well, let's do this. Let's do that. Let's build a sensor here and put that in. That's what we do we go to break to your point. This this line tells you everything about this story. The robotic arm was way for programmed by with no knowledge of physics geometry of our motor dynamics, it's been approximately thirty five hours moving about at random, however in intensive machine learning computers was going on during that time. They don't know eventually the robot was able to understand its own dimensions and capabilities, but the first line is the robot arm was program with no knowledge of physics geometry or motor dynamics. So something was given to okay. It didn't create it sale start thinking. Oh, I think I understand based on that. Yeah. Exactly. Problem solving did so Matt right trial and error. Thirty five hours. And then it news things. It didn't know anything. It just figured out. We'll take your phone calls in disgust that we come back. More rickandbubba coming up. Rickandbubba blow. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms. We discovered that execrated pancreatic insufficiency or API may be the reason for my stomach issues EP is caused by my pancreas.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"On that. Coming up in five minutes at the bottom of the hour right now. Seven twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Here's Lucy towers, but thank our chips for checking in and keeping us honest in here in the the huge KNX ten seventy traffic center in this is in Lynnwood on the eastbound side of the one oh five after the seven ten right around Garfield where there's a two vehicle crash all lanes have been stopped the to help clear this. You're backed up solid along these boulevard. Get off at Long Beach, go down to rosecrans and across the seven ten if that's what you wanna do or go further on rosecrans to paramount. That'll get you back on onto the one zero five that would be your alternate. See the next step after Long Beach boulevard would be it would be the seven ten or you can just stick with it. I'm sure that they'll get that out of there as soon as possible and in Ontario wanna think another tipster for checking in on the eastbound side of the sixty after violent the two right lanes are blocked because of a two vehicle crash. And you're backed up to Euclid are big Cal trans project of the afternoon. Is or the morning I should say and such a beautiful day out there and bright. It's so bright in here. And this is on the northbound side of the five where you have some lanes blocked, actually, excuse me. This is on the southbound side of the five whether crossover is that's why I got confused southbound side from lake Hughes road to hash. Lee canyon have a lane closed there for some construction going on then on the northbound side for magic mountain Parkway to the one twenty six. Got some construction going on there as well. Next report coming up at seven thirty five hours.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thirty five hours in the freezing cold video from the scene showed a rescue worker removing the baby and putting him in a blanket before running toward an ambulance. Authorities believe in explosion from a gas leak brought that building down Lauren Casey joins us now with a look at our forecast. The first day of the new year your first forecast of twenty thousand nine hundred now fresh hot off the presses twenty nineteen and a different sixties this year last year or high. Was twenty. Nice nice down some sixties and getting a live look right now at the little town of Bethlehem as we are wrapping up the Christmas and new year holiday and nice night. Quiet lights twinkling Wednesday have decrease after a windy, but yes, a warm winter day high temperatures in the upper fifties in the Lehigh valley. Today, we hit fifty degrees at mount Pocono. High temperatures actually came during the morning hours. We top at sixty one in Philly sixty in Wilmington sixty four in Dover and sixty five degrees today, the high temperature in Atlantic City temperatures they are cooling quickly. Now back down into the forties at many of our reporting sites at the freezing Mark and Mel Pocono, forty four in AC, forty two degrees right now in Wilmington colder air being ushered in from the north and west, but colder more seasonable, but not frigid temperatures upwind not too bad in the middle thirty s nothing frigid lingering out there that's going to be heading our way for the next several days of storms can three showing us quiet conditions. We did have a good bit of sun. China and some high level cloud cover and just seeing some high level clouds streaming on in across portions of the area that we'll start to thin out during the overnight period. But not quiet the wins. They were whipping especially last night for the first half of the day winds gusting to forty five miles per hour in the Poconos. Same case down the shore gusting to near forty miles per hour in the city today, but overnight tonight, light winds, partly cloudy, much, less wind low temperature around thirty five degrees so getting closer to average and then our high temperature tomorrow back to average forty three degrees. Our average high forty one, but we'll have a good bit of sunshine, especially for the first half of the day and nice light winds all throughout the day so altogether now a bad January day tomorrow, we'll start off with those clear sky conditions taking us into lunchtime. Temperatures only around the forty degree Mark as you're heading out to grab that sandwich. And then we're the low forties as we had throughout the afternoon and early evening with an increasing clouds.

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Ben And Thirty Five Hours discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Ben And Thirty Five Hours discussed on Here & Now

"Rescuers have pulled an infant boy alive from the rubble of a Russian apartment building collapse that killed at least nine people and left. Dozens missing the rescue came about thirty five hours after an explosion believed for Ben triggered by natural gas leak

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Baby pulled alive from rubble 35 hours after apartment collapse

24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Baby pulled alive from rubble 35 hours after apartment collapse

"They collapse of an apartment building and Magnitogorsk Russia on Sunday claimed at least nine lives thirty five hours. After a section of the ten story building came down a baby was pulled alive from the rubble. The eleven month olds condition is serious prospects for survival or unclear several people are still

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President Trump, Keith Melles And New York discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, Keith Melles And New York discussed on 24 Hour News

"President Trump wished Americans are happy new year this morning via tweet and included the haters and the fake news media predicted the twenty thousand nine will be a fantastic year for those not suffering from Trump derangement syndrome. He advised everyone to calm down. And enjoy the ride New York's strongest the sanitation workers were up late or early making sure Times Square was presentable this morning. Keith Melles is assistant sanitation chief variety of equipment. We had over Tournus fifty pieces. Oh, clip it out there collection. Trump mechanical brooms sweeping operations and barrels to help us get up their leftover confetti and cheered five all the revelers. He says the rain made leaf blowers useless this. Year sanitation workers used push brooms and shovels instead wins news time, twelve oh five the first baby of the new year in New York could very well. Be the one born at seven seconds past midnight at Long Island Jewish medical center in new Hyde Park, the parents of the baby boy living Q gardens hills. Queens fifty six minutes later. Genesis Noriega was born in Harlem about a half hour after that a baby girl was born to Catan and told Patel at Stony Brook university hospital. Congratulations to them all. The new year began with a pair of terror attacks in Europe. Correspondent Tom rivers says three people were stabbed at a rail station in Manchester England, the bloody rampage took place on a train platform in Manchester, Victoria station. Police chief Ian Hopkins treating this as a terrorist investigation, which is being led by terrorism officers, we support for grace in Manchester police working throughout the night to piece together the details. What happened to identify the man who was arrested? He's being held on suspicion of attempted murder. He was brought down with a taser do commuters sustained serious knife injuries. A police officer was also stabbed in the shoulder. Video shows the attacker shouting, llahu Akbar is he was hauled away in Germany. Authorities say a man intentionally drove his car into a crowd of people in Trump. At least four people were hurt. Police say the man twice attempted to drive into other people and failed. The injured include Syrian and Afghan national some are in serious condition on the driver was arrested. He reportedly made comments disparaging foreigners wins news time, twelve oh seven Senator Lindsey Graham signaled this the other day and President Trump told Fox News today. The withdrawal of US troops from Syria will be graduate. I never said that I'm going to rush out. We're going to get out. We're getting out of Syria. We're bringing our young great troops home. Just a couple of weeks ago. US officials said all the troops would be out within thirty days. ABC news reports it will now likely take several months they collapse of an apartment building in magnetic or scrushy ah on Sunday claimed at least seven lives, but thirty five hours after a section of the ten story building came down an infant girl was pulled alive from the. The rebel or condition is serious and the prospects for survival or unclear several people are still unaccounted for an explosion triggered by a natural gas leak is believed to be the cause of the collapse. The Michigan man detained in Russia for alleged spying was there to attend a wedding. So says Paul Wieland's brother Waylon is a former marine who now works in corporate security for auto parts supplier board Warner he was arrested. Last Friday is family says they are concerned for his safety wins. News time, twelve oh, wait, a freak accident claimed the life of twenty six year old man on a bicycle this morning in Brooklyn. Police say was riding along third avenue near twenty eighth street in sunset park when a taxi door swung open and knocked him into the roadway a passing vehicle then ran over him. Both drivers remained at the scene. Does not appear that either will be charged wins. News time twelve oh nine at

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Baby rescued from rubble 35 hours after apartment collapse

WBZ Midday News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Baby rescued from rubble 35 hours after apartment collapse

"Thirty five hours after an apartment building collapsed Russian. Rescuers have pulled a baby boy alive from the rubble in the city of Magnitogorsk. They found the baby crying from under the debris that baby remains in critical condition. A section of the ten story building collapsed on Monday following an explosion believed to have been triggered by a natural gas leak, according to the regional emergency ministry, at least seven people have died

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Rutherford county adult in center employees who enabled to invade to escape last Wednesday was suspended for two weeks without pay from October nineteen thirty the thirtieth. According to the sheriff, Mike fit. You deputy Beth miles was also placed on probation for one year miles was serving as a central control operator when inmates Dwayne half acre and Jonathan Baxter were accused of assaulting another digestion deputy out about twelve thirty in the morning, October tenth the deputy could be heard calling out for assistance on her radio at another employee alerted co workers who rushed to help the injured deputy also the escapees bowl the fire alarm the calls an additional distraction while operating the doors for deputies responding to the injured deputy miles opened the exterior door at the bottom of the fire escape that exited onto the back loading dock off the warehouse miles failed to properly identify people requesting entry into the secure area and the operator error allow. Wow. The m mates to escape half acre and Baxter will return to the jail last Thursday after a thirty-five hour manhunt from local state and federal law enforcement officers and emergency responders miles is being disciplined for failing to identify people requesting entries into a secure area off the jail and maintaining the custody of the inmates which jeopardised the protection of citizens miles may be terminated for any future. Infractions? She has worked at the sheriff's department for nine years. Genesee regulators have rejected a plan to move out Paraiso university struggling law school to middle. Tennessee State university, Tennessee, higher education commission, voted eight to five Monday to deny the law schools transferred to the MTA issue campus. The vote came after the two schools governing boards endorsed transfer agreement. Earlier this month middle Tennessee State university. President Sidney McPhee says the Commission's decision denies a legal education to Nashville areas. Students financially unable to attend expensive nearby accredited private institution or an able to move to a university hundreds of miles away in Knoxville or Memphis Valparaiso university officials said in a statement, that's you're disappointed by the Commission's vote. The Tennessee educational lottery corporation brought more profit for its first year quarter transfer more than ninety eight million dollars making the total Ray since inception to more than four point seven billion total sales and proceeds from education for the period, July. First two thousand eighteen through September thirtieth two thousand eighteen for the.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"No. Well, we'll figure out a way to do across over indeed way. I want you to buy your way through creed out already beat. I've already pretty much beaten it. So I'd have to play that game over again and I don't really wanna do that right now or other things. I would be interested to hear somebody's experience paying your way through a game that kind of like maybe fast fast tracks. I wanna say, I read an article. It was like a Kotok article or something that someone did that for unity where they like bought the maximum number of like in game dollars. But I think that this is a whole other thing where like I think that the package that had like this is the biggest package you can get. They could not use all the currency and the case. I've never understood it because I don't want to spend extra whenever ready bought a game. So I would even if it was free, I don't want to do that. I don't want to like I feel games are typically balanced for the biggest audience. And I, I would assume the biggest audience just gets the core game a lot though. Why don't I? I don't want to get a leg up. I don't wanna feel like I'm using Chico. Makes the game much more boring. I like some quality of life, stuff like this before I like to like the war horse and the first red redemption because it's like I get to ride around more quickly. I don't have to worry about the hassle of my horses being slow and having no stamina. So it's just like a quality of life thing that doesn't break any of the missions of the game. And like here, there's there's stuff you get with the the more expensive preorder version of that game. And you know gear that comes with that and stuff like that. But like the main thrust of the argument I've seen with this one is that like the game feels like it is somehow designed specifically for people to go and buy that XP who's to get through it faster. But I would also say that like fast in that game is still relative because even if you were like leveled up and you were just like trying to mainline, the quest, like the main quest that's still like thirty five hours shit, you know, half though what you did, it's like half, but it's still a lot. You know, the short version of that game is still long, and I feel like that kind of goes against the flow of it, which is very much the same as origins, which is that it's enticing you to. Keep walking around finding more question marks like seeing what's on the map and engaging with that stuff as you go versus just like immediately darting from like quest exclamation point, exclamation point, skipping everything in between. That's that's not really. That's not how that feels like it's supposed to be played, and I totally get like frustration with stuff that feels like it's tuned in a way to demand that almost players. They're definitely games feels like, oh, this sucks if I don't have this, but I don't know that that's really assassin's creed, Odyssey's problem. It feels more just like they had a million ideas for that game. And they said yes to nearly all of them like net flix. Yeah, couldn't. Yeah. So anyway, like I said, my assessment of that game is up. I've been playing some other things in addition to that, I played assassin's creed in my chrome browser. Yes. I think we talked a little bit about that possibility last week I did. We did, and I did this morning only about a half hour and. Yeah, works. It's fine. He's a controller amounts I did. I use an XBox controller feel like it's running like comparatively to how would on a custom that well look, you can. I can tell fidelity wise. I'm not sure I'd be able to tell with the latency..

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on WLAC

"It was wheels rolling timesaver traffic on talkradio fifteen ten WNYC. Program is Friday, led you here. I've been reading some of the reviews now that people have had a few days with a book, and I'm I'm just thrilled to read the reviews, and and thank you so much for the for the support the sale so far look to be really good. We we have no idea until next week. But we're we're very grateful that you would take the time and your hard earned money. And and read the book it is. I think the most important book that I have written since common sense. Get the audiobook downloaded on audible it is. It's really good. I worked really hard on this book. But then I went in and did thirty five hours at runs about fifteen fifteen hours. But it's it's really good. And especially if you if you listen to audio books this great audiobook, and you can grab it. It audio are audible, or you know, I tunes or whatever. But it is addicted to common sense, please read it, please review. It I would love to hear your thoughts next next week. It's addicted to outrage you can get it. And and next week. I want to start hearing from people I want to start reaching out to you. If you've read it. I'd.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Had this is something was fascinated by and so i ended up collecting deed i when you ask people whether they think the men and women can break rules the same way the perception is new demand get more leeway oil and man can break rules more often than women do but a lot of the stories of the rebels that i explored in the book and actually from women and when we men break rules effectively in constructively they get the same benefits the men do that's what my research shows as your research found that it's pretty advantageous to be rebellious outside of the workplace as well absolutely if i think about our role at the partner or what i would rule as parents or our role as friends we experience a lot of benefits by being more rebellious and he could be that we developed more traffic relationship with others we also are able to be better partners be better appearance to have you said that the benefits can be experienced even outside of the workplace you talked about steve jobs and sully sullen burger being examples of rebels who are some of the other successful rebels you would admire and you would point out to our audience when i worked on the book i tried to go to places where you wouldn't necessarily stuck to find the rebellious message to some of the names are names of companies and people that people are familiar weather so you mentioned picture captain police ellen berger even this shaft is now quite well known orpheum director either do grenades another example of a really remarkable rebel but then there is in the book of businesses and people that maybe are less well known and yet they're showing this very talent and so one is that business call the policy of southern service it's a fast food chain in tennessee and what's your genome what is interesting about the business is that they are incredibly successful if you look at any measure performance they beat the competition by far and what is interesting about them is that they think about investing in people quite differently so at a point like mcdonald's people receive about two hours of training per station at powells they received the hander than thirty five hours of training per station and this is a place that when i visited said well i can imagine the for workers maybe the the work is tedious or create some boredom and obsolete you not the managers and the leader thought very carefully about that and they inject novelty and they make sure that people rely on the five rebel pollens on a regular basis for instance in very simple terms so workers throughout day who from station to station but he knew to inject some novelty on a daily basis you come to work and that when you discover the order that you're gonna fall for that day and so it was a great example for me to realize that we can hol embrace these towns in very simple ways that work and in our personal life and that leaders can encourage these stalin's pretty easily and more ways in their organizations do you think that we should teach our children to conform and to be part of the in crowd and and just follow status quo or should we try and teach them to be more rebellious because just everything i know from being a child not too long ago myself i know i was encouraged follow the rules but at the same time you're right so many successful people have been rebellious i'm struck by how easy it is for us to pass on rules that sometimes i mean place it to our children and then they take them and they assume that that's the way the world around who it's important to recognize the tension that we're going to feel for example with rob the with the talent of this ity that we want to conform because we wanna be socially accepted but on the other side being out centric brings a lot of benefit including the fact that other gonna respect us for our uniqueness to i'm a parent of three children under the age of five and i think very very carefully about the way parent after all the research done for for the book and sometimes i really need to stop myself from doing things that that i think are going to be in the.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Your podcast every morning at definitely wakes my ass up but i'm stuck in the same job barely getting by my highlight of the day is lifting i want to be a personal trainer but i work seventy five eighty hours a week just to get by any advice i want my life back well the first thing i would say is you know you've been you've been dealt a rough hand in i don't wanna sound rough but a lot of people have and you know i'm sure your your mother was a great person and and you have those memories but for your own good it's you know it's it's time to move on and and a lot of people go through a lot of rough shit and i don't wanna sound unsympathetic but for your own good let's fast forward to right now and if we fast forward to right now i mean you're working seventy five to eighty hours and your your joy your happiness comes from jim i don't know where you're working seventy five to eighty hours but i would i would i would argue that you could probably work forty hours their intake those other thirty five hours or twenty hours or ten hours in start personal training and build up that book of business while you're putting an even sixty hours right because by that logic you have ten to fifteen hours go into your passion don't quit your job because we always talk about you don't quit until you have something but take some of those hours because they sound very excessive and move them into personal training because that's where your happiness comes from and you want your life back take it back so if i if you want it back it sitting there right right for you you just have to think a little bit differently and you know we've all been through horrible things in our life that are sad and they suck but but life's life's hard so i take it back man and and look at your time as a pie chart and and take fucking twenty percent of that chart and start start attempted to train people or go work as a personal trainer at a commercial jim elaborate on that require john i think it's the strategy right now you feel like you're in the hamster wheel right you just seventy five hours not going nowhere i think it's like you said pie chart it take some of those hours go sell memberships go go full towels go personal train do whatever get in the game of what like unless you're making some outrageous wage per hour if you're working seventy eight hours and you're.

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French Car Factory Increases Hours for Employees

Forum

01:35 min | 2 years ago

French Car Factory Increases Hours for Employees

"A federal court in boston is weighing new arguments in two thousand fourteen discrimination lawsuit brought by a group of asian americans against harvard university the tucson's have different interpretations of an internal study on asian american admissions from two thousand ten through two thousand fifteen the plaintiff say the audit and outside analysis show more asian americans should have been accepted because the group consistently had higher academic scores and any other harvard argues that the audit never intended to evaluate discrimination and excludes other factors such as admissions based on athletic ability or being the child of an alumni a french car factory scrapping the thirty five hour workweek that is common in france npr's eleanor beardsley reports that the move was made possible by french president emmanuel macron's overhaul of the labor code three union signed off on increasing hours at the peugeot factory in eastern france where workers will now toil thirty eight hours a week the plant said it needed to increase hours to be able to continue operating one major union the hardline cgt refused to sign the deal the thirty five hour workweek which went into effect in two thousand has always divided the french while some sita's social progress other say it's made the french economy less competitive doing away with a thirty five hour week completely would have been political suicide for my chrome but mccall shrewdly bypass the low in his labor reform bill by allowing employees and management to negotiate working time on a company by company basis eleanor beardsley.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The most that little segment so thirty five hours they had to talk about everything they had to dissect this from day one when they may be alone at each other all the way to the end when they're saying their goodbyes and i it says here the teary eyed men and women of the jury exchanged embraces wow i mean this is something obviously in the in the ten things of a person's life they'll have listed there whether it's a bad a bad memory or good memory joe what do you think about that that's a long time man to be hashing this stuff out the first thing that tells me they took this very seriously and although they did convict hernandez they wanted to be sure because you know what they all seem like very good outstanding from just a few minutes you know if i can read body language of what they were saying after the trial that they really wanted to make sure and then they wanted to go over the weapons charge and they wanted to make sure that they doubted their is and cross their ts that tells me they took his not guilty plea very seriously they they listen to the prosecution they paid very close attention to judge gosh well i'm gonna give an a plus goes to tell me they had a lot of heart they weren't in it for fame they weren't in it for fortune they were in it to get it right and that thirty five hours i thought that the prosecution may be a little bit nervous but i think that that was that that bodes well for that jury they took their time you can't say that was a rush to judgment yeah i know and show day listened and re listen to the testimony of of over one hundred and thirty witnesses and here's the thing that gets me day reviewed more than four hundred pieces of evidence that is a lot you figure seven days you device seven into to four hundred you got like fifty something things a day pieces of evidence day i mean it's incredible.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"You know it's definitely got a little bit of that that sort of skeletal witcher vibe it yeah it's it's really it's very much video game i mean it is a it is a twentieth triple a video game it has elements from those games and you will immediately recognize them and this isn't you know if there are two types of good games there's the game that is totally unexpected and not something you've ever seen before and then there's the game that's just a really fucking good game this is definitely the latter category right man that's good i like i just it's it's frigging great man i think people are gonna love it and i'm really excited for for for people to get to play it and so we can talk about thing where it's so it's also massive it's much bigger than people think yeah i'm like thirty five hours man and still just it feels like i mean i'm probably kinda getting there but it's just yeah it wasn't goes and goes there's a lot of interesting side stuff you can do there are a lot of interesting tasks you can do and just a lot of it's very very dense surprisingly dense and i think that it it's definitely the type of game that you can tell the developers had a lot of time like they spent very many years and many man hours and women hours making this game and it's a credit to sony that sony just gave them enough time that they needed to make something like this and i think that that it shows that they were able to do that i think most publishers would not have the financial flexibility to do that because they don't have the the ps four to sell and i think sony just being able to worry having to worry less about that because they have this hardware attached to it helps them out a lot but yeah it's it's a credit to them and the team sony santa monica that they were.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Was we're often talking about the kind of the wage relation right the idea of the year getting paid on a hourly basis you know it's a contract that you agree to with a capitalist but it's a contract that larger one under duress you're given a workerstarved choice i think it would be a fundamentally different thing if you're operating in a society where you truly uh don't have this workerstarved choice and instead of given a um a wage you actually have a stake you have an ownership you have at least theoretically some control over or a democratic say over what you're doing so for example you know if you're at affirmative rents working thirty five hours a week and there is a opportunity to pursue i imagine they'll be different sort of incentives right may be people will decide to pursue that opportunity and work extra long to maybe the aside the pursue that i opportunity and dropped down even further and hours and hire other people maybe they would decide that actually they don't have the same necessity to work longer or maybe they'll the side that those aspects of their job they would actually be very happy to automate whereas today it's a constant battle between workers who are trying to retain jobs that are uh you know scherzer's a potential to automate or make obsolete and capitalist with every incentive in countries especially in in northern europe for example were labour's quite expensive to automate jobs irs there's in other words antagonism riven through society by the fact that it's it's driven by all these different forces with goals that are are often opposed so so i think in that sense your eliminating class in a broader sense you're still in a society where people might have different talents people might be uh by chance might end up in better in different situations i think.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on WLOB

"To find it and won't be any tax increases in my opinion but we don't know how that comes out in terms of time and we don't know of when we need and how much we need so before we need to get that basic information first i mean if it's fifty million or if it's ten million next year thirteen whatever it may be we have to find out what it is and then we can attack the problem this year we can go marty you know when you guys passed the budget on july four that second year of a lot of items in the budget weren't funded so you've also got to find the money for that we are jumped up about three hundred million and spending as it was i you know i i don't want to give up any more on i'm cardi given up money to the state of maine for programs in my mind that don't work i couldn't agree more but i want i am a supporter of this i think it's a situation where we gotta spend a dime to save a dollar you you know i grew up on a on a farm reason jersey cows we didn't just treat two out three of the heard you have to take this kind of problem on and we have an odd situation right now if you're making the minimum wage which is nine bucks an hour and you work in thirty thirty five hours a week you qualify if you get moved to fulltime or you pick up more hours it's more time you don't so it's one of these things it's not unlike the welfare cliff that we recently took on where you're providing people an incentive not to move ahead and and that's just something i don't agree with that there's a little doughnut whole here where i think we got if we gotta fix this and we gotta we got to spend a dime to save dahler on this thing i really believe so you're supposed medicaid expansion i am i let me ask you this question we know that there are waiting lists for disabled kids and for the elderly you're talking about funding health care for ablebodied adults we'd no no one argues over children the elderly or the disabled but we're talking about funding health care for ablebodied adults how do you justify that look how can you purchase health care.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The car right i mean there are human is that it's all about flexibility in something like overtime pay just dozen sort of make sense with uber abuse the whole point is that may be do another job in the new sort of worked for over a couple of ars know that would be their argument the reality is that hoover depends on a lot of sort of fulltime workers who do tend to work sort of all day for the company in you know based on their own data i looked at this last year that could be about half the work for uber in the us is done by these fulltime drivers chevy drivers working more than thirty five hours a week so you're on the one hand you have these very flexible workers on the other hand you have sort of a working group of drivers who are due eric can you give us some idea of how is it possible that with such an assetlight model which is seems to be the the real kind of philosophical thread that runs through this how is it possible that they lose monitor i know it's amazing i mean some of it would be what they call subsidies which is either over pain drivers or under charging riders to fend off competitors and build out the network bs their ideas let you know we should care about market share volume was rights as the old gambles in macy's make it up on volume even those'll you lose some of debates his target both outright but almost all the things people at saying how is it how can do lose money does net sort of contradicts the very premise of what the companies about i know it's crazy i mean that's why covering newburg day in and day out it's sort of funny on the one hand you hear the drivers are underpaid and then on the other hand we were loses an unfathomable amount of money to most people i mean amazon i i think it was in two thousand dot com boom loss something like less than two billion dollars in a in a year and uber's trouncing that i mean they lost three billion dollars last year so the money a historically in it's amazing i mean.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on KKAT

"Two hundred thirty five hour mark when he five hundred five hundred hour empowered practical by next year i and i and all my own show if i'm not going to be able to put up and i mean i dunno i think that but like people go why can't we weren't recovering embarked given film you're going to make europe anybody but we always but without making your and pray fabric anger megret back with like what were you your current yuri her what about the right but in this this is a loselose aegis is it's a loss really it it it's very troubling to me because this doesn't in any way help the american people it kills more left wing pablum were the were the healthcare balloon gets bigger and bigger and bigger the quality goes down the number of doctors number of people want to be doctors goes down the number of hospitals are are increasingly limited the wait periods are getting longer and longer we are slowly but surely surely turning our national health care system into the veterans administration micro people you know where to go under you know europeafrica game we're going to work on the european you're nothing compared quarter going to be one were all on that and and people were or partner for it yet there they don't care or pike well you know so all they're not going to get is than are they because one day the damn thing blows up but it's no joke the real estate market blow up because what the government was doing priming the pomp or pumping the prime member that the banking system blew up when they were doing the same things with the savings and loan that all happen within a relatively short period what twenty years fifteen years you can't keep doing this this doesn't work the laws of of of of the laws of economics will catch up with the laws of politics every time chris thank you for your call and see there is a voter fraud trump as a mind she sang i can't withstand this i can't sustain this so washed did i have a deal people who don't pay for their own health care they'll be covered the people who try and do pay for their own health care whether directly or through their employer or through their small business or whatever get almost nothing hanna this and i'm.

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"thirty five hours" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five hours" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"And no appointment is ever needed i'm shots over buzzed over sports 985 the sports of did the middle of the day now factor for the patriots through not just their own style in old things that they're dealing report is good what is the last time you felt way you fill today i feel like this after seattle last year i can't even remember anything the year before your things last night happening never seaports because it brings up the fawzi in in memories of two thousand seventeen i'm gonna go choir talent big difference between now and selected for trail work 85 the sports foreign so good morning next year's girl look different oh boy he wants to tighten up his legacy that side gilbert first ports yes force hits you on your team loves jail brown for sure yeah team thinks he's going to be special don't trade that and a high lottery but i just feel like heating and hot enough trade is made by days before the draft or whatever is what did you really will their feet to the four winds wasteful trapped night try and get that protection off of that fact the phones four three the only thirty five hours.

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