26 Burst results for "Thirty Five Seconds"
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"He accused bark. Brianna spiking is water. The old Hand and trainer that he had and he made an accusation that someone had tampered with. Fury's gloves w what the hell are we talking about here. We've been talking crazy every ever since. He got his head Ever since he got his ass kicked and the second fight so i. I don't know exactly what changes are going to be made for the first time when they thought that it was a situation where men wait a minute while he's looking at this guy saying wait a minute i'm not su- physically bigger and stronger than this guy. Got a guy who's bigger taller whiter than deny so. Where am i gonna go what what's going to be happening so look for this fight coming him. Wilder is a little bit heavier than he was the second fight when he weighed in the to thirty one compared to the first fight when he weighed in the to seventeen fury came into the second fighter to seventy one to seventy one up from two fifty seven the first time they fought. Now he's hovering around two seventy seven to seventy eight for this fight of the game plan is going to be the same wasn't a. I wasn't a second fight. The second fight from the opening. Bell fury raham sprinted to the center of the ring. Everybody was like. Are you gonna bark. So you're going to be the counterpuncher poetry. Then he ever furious. Like now i'm gonna go out there. And i'm going to establish My strength i'm gonna go out there. I'm gonna establish the dictation of the fight. i'm gonna go out there and kinda dictate which way we're going to be going. He ran out to the center of the ring and began the fight. Detroit style the pace the aggression right there and wilder was batting up while we get backing up. The backing up look hesitant. He was falling for the faints of fury and such the footwork. From tyson in the first couple of rounds was superb. And i think that can of flustered wilder a little bit in any chance of a competitive fight between those two in the second ended near the end of the third round when wildwood was dropped by overhand. Right about thirty five seconds left up going around and that was it. He would never the same never the same. He doesn't have the experience of how to recover from something like that. So around four through seven. I'll give wilder credit. I mean he instead of pretty strong. Jim he can take an asshole open because four five six and seven those rounds fury was beating him up and while they're never recovered from that del yet no plan b. and if planning isn't working for dante where we're gonna go here yuengling get on his toes. Start boxing he ain't going. He doesn't have the defensive skills he doesn't have the experience of when you get hurt on what on what to do to try to survive and tried to thriving it back into the fight yet. None of that. So i don't know exactly what else is going to do if you saw that. Fight in the second the second and you saw fury just a lean in owning in lean of this guy putting his entire upper body on the back of the knit of the head and back of the net of duranti wilder..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Sound in Marketing
"Powerful competitive advantage in the context of their long term business strategy. Welcome to the show simon. Thank you those of you. That don't know who simon is. He has a very unique job In a very interesting company. That's doing some very important things Through senses so why don't you go ahead and explain what you're up to simon. While we're all pregnant a spice the facts. Vic- solve human nature human and way we're helping brands create an experience where the customers ultimately fall in love with their brand. And we do this by helping them. Use sound and sent and how these are integrated to create an experience where sounded sent had the possibility to play payroll have row within the customer journey for for some people that don't quite understand. Let's just go with sonic branding and sound marketing For those of you. That are listening to that. Still haven't quite grasped it One of the original uses. I think of found in marketing would be. Ivr can you kind of explain what er is and how it changed things and started making people think bigger than just that so i've guess stance interactive voice response system the idea of using an eye. Vr is to provide an automated carousing system. Contact senses found that if they could rount kohl's with specific requirements to agents that have the skill set to handle as thompson queries. They can they can provide business efficiency through automation of the karachi so in essence of neijiang does is it provides quotas with a great chain and arrange all selection of options. Where the Make this election and that code with them be routed to the appropriate agent with that relevant skill set. And foce what we've seen type twice. Head is the paper implementing ibm systems from a functional perspective. A nori thinking about the experience the users who have when they using that system that kind of brings us into sensory marketing and Why that is such a game changer. Why should we focus on the senses in our marketing because functionality is important to right we need it to function. So why do we need to. Why do we need to be emotional about it. My mushroom because if you don't lock using something you want us it. People using products where scientists as easy to use and. That's enjoyable as a high chance that a gun to use a game which helps create customer loyalty. And if it's really enjoyable with gonna tell friends about it and that's going to create word of mouth and goodwill and which business doesn't want by who doesn't want customers to enjoy using them in customs signatory friends and rave about them infiltrate many businesses. Don't think of the experience and also ultimately there. They find the that they miss these massive opportunities where they can provide a more fulfilling engagement with their customers going back to the interactive voice response For the iv. are. I think of an annual i know the ivy. Vr would be probably more generally if you need to talk to so and so press one. If you need to speak to this department press two. But i think that there's also a level of the on whole music that plays on their wall. You're being connected or while. You're waiting and i won't say what bank i bank at but that bank. I hate having to call. Because when i'm on hold it's the same loop of maybe eight twelve bars of a very annoying song. That cuts off in the middle of a bar if feels like and then there's like this pause and then go somebody's connecting and then it just loops the gun and it just it drives me insane and if i could get connected with that bank and talk to them i just feel like that that experience just right there in my head when i'm about to pick up the phone and call them. That's the first thing i think is. I have to call them. And that's not good right on small and what mussa gonna find is the depending on what is subject to a waiting. It will create a perception in the coldest mind. Isn't real an outcry perception that you're listening to something annoying. An unpleasant and repetitive you'll perception of time will be greater than what it really is. And then you more prone to hanging up and then you'll have to try back again later. And so what happens when they have multiple people hanging up encoding back. This just continuing creates an unnecessary amount of additional inbound. Volume of kohl's the on being hand probably isn't create the right experience and it just creates a negative brand experience. What brands should be doing is they should be understanding in the context censor ham. Nicole's coming in looking at the statistics. Coming off assistant because i do have the analytical technology in place nine context centers. They know that off the x. Amount of seconds. Sony people will hang up and p periods and how much. They've actually style hopeful. So what are these. Things have a big impact on the number stuff. In to have how busy they are in the oval china rate. And then when you tie that back into the amount of customers who now golfing guidance for another customer goats or go to another bank then they end up with a sort of trying to put a wolf into obamacare but a hole in the ball in the bucket. It's really not fixing the problem so we actually had a project we did for one of the big american banks citibank in in malaysia. And this project was about twenty. Two years ago they contact center manager. Who i worked with another bank contacted me and said simon can you. Can you come in and see us. We we range megyn winson and at a talk about some of the challenges and something that explained with the on a monday morning monday lunchtime. When is very busy. They notice they had a high degree of colas abandoning after about thirty five seconds and the second trend would possibly base about a minute in fifteen seconds lace up so this is quite a big challenge for them because they said the customers it. I was spending a fortune on marketing. That according to us because they want to be a customer and then when they are kosta having a local on monday morning i actually did a review of the quarter experience and citibank at that time was positioned as is lifestyle brand that was very hip and co and fun kate so marketing the marketing department is positioning the brand in this lifestyle manner. However when you take that style of music and you apply in.
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Hair wrath law likes sick apology and all the comments which are mike. It's too late. We jumped on what you're apologizing for. This is so far. I love that. The apology is just so vague. That you don't even get a similar magic youtuber drama that i am so uninvested in but like their hour long videos of youtubers like fighting with one another and it's fascinating to me and i have no investment in the drama. I don't know where the like feud started. But somehow i am like ours deep into these these videos. This is where i start to feel like. The first time i felt old has been snapchat. Came out and i was like. I just don't know how what's enjoyable out. This and this is what being this and now someone once. I tweeted something that upset them and they made a forty five minute youtube video. About how much one between the at the investment of time. I can't even invest the time to watch this video and it's about me like what you the fact that you have forty five minutes to spend on once. Tweet that upset. You just doesn't compute with how life works for me or anyone. I know and riot in. That's the negative version the positive versions like tick-tock as he these amazing tax but they clearly spent hours choreographing and learning dances in editing video. And i'm like. I just can't fathom what it is to have this much time to invest in making thirty five seconds of content even though i love the constant. It's amazing right but like you. I've tried to learn to talk dance with once. Spent like two minutes. And i was like i'm not learning at. Dan is paid now. That is the difference. We're like the youtuber thing you know. They invest a lot of energy. And making like these hour long videos and going like through the receipts. Were they fight with one another. But also it's like heavily monetize and they probably make like tens of thousands of dollars just on on this video screaming at one another as a viewer though. You're like all right well. I just wasted two hours life. And i actually lost my didn't do work but yeah i'm i'm with you like no point in the last two years. Did i even at tempt a tick tock dance. Which is for the benefit of the community. I did admire you even for trying. That's the level of time that i had dirt kovin. Even despite the three jobs. I did try to death. Yeah i will also say one thing that i love about you is that there are so many there are so many writers and performers that i love and admire and i always their secret is that they're not on twitter but you are also on twitter and i'm like donner how you're able to hold that also in the things that you're capable attention to remind myself that twitter is free like twitter doesn't pay so twitter you're like non monetize thoughts say that is very true. Your pods like a movie about this at like fifty people. Respond girls lethal. Don't speak a movie your you just gave out a money. I yeah. I think it's mostly like as as like a audience member how just as a user As a consumer like going on twitter. I'm like this is taking up too much of my brain energy. Because now i am like i'll follow rabbit hole and get invested in some drama. But i didn't know existed ten minutes earlier and before you know what i've like wasted i've wasted my day. Yeah but it's drama is so it is. Sometimes we talked about this. Last time i used to work at ripon. I remember we talked about this by job. Was i worked in risk management and it would basically be figuring out if someone was scamming groupon and that was back when etorofu posting. Everyone on everything on facebook literally. Be like stoli's odds vended. It is now. I don't know how people do stopped out but it would literally just be like following posts in like figuring out drama like one time to call dated said like someone my credit card because they use by these group is and you look up the groupon in it's like a romantic dinner for two plus Flowers and champagne or whatever and then you go on facebook and it's like oh your husband bought this. He didn't tell you because he went to it with another woman. Like you could literally make your that out on facebook. And so i guess the down the rabbit hole twitter drama like scratches that issue of like if i could just get back to the original thing and find out how this app right so yeah i guess. I just have to find a way to make money from my internet sleuthing. And there's a way yet working for groupon. I really wonder how they do that job. Now because people are smarter. I hope about not just posting their crimes. Overtly yeah i guess so but i don't know i suspect that they're not i sometimes scare myself and this is completely me just telling myself but whenever i match with someone on like a dating app i am able to find them with minimal information and sometimes. It's like i shouldn't be able to do this. This should be. It should be more difficult for me to find someone who's just put their like first initial. But i'm like i have. It's like a compulsion. I have to know. Yeah i become that person in my group of friends like oh. This lady dropped her phone or whatever. I'll text ashley. She'll find her on the internet. It's a skill. the skill is probably just like has enough time to.
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"This is the yanks go yard. Podcast and thomas paranoid. Welcome to wednesday edition of the scale yard. Podcast wider of alongside. Thomas karen day. The waited till six fifty eight and thirty five seconds to announce a lineup before beating the reins on tuesday night. What did it mean probably something. They tried to pull off a trade and couldn't do it until twelve forty five in the morning. We're going to talk this stressful win. We're gonna talk. Who in the bullpens gotta go. We're gonna talk about losing to relievers one of whom we definitely expected to get rid of one of whom we thought might be sticking around for the long haul because he is the brett gardner or the bullpen. Can't get rid of him. Can't be killed always ends up on the roster no matter what but louis says deserves better than that yes. That's who is gone. He's now a cincinnati red. So is wilson sesa went from a pretty not great longmen to a pretty reliable option. Somebody wanted to close out. The game. At fenway park on thursday. And he's part of a salary dump. Is this all a part of a master plan. Will we get in trade during this podcast record. We're hopeful kind of maybe sort of the long without a big move in the longer that passes before we fill out the roster prior to a game that does have to get played on wednesday night. The less optimistic we are folks made sure to find us on apple podcast. Google podcasts bought. If i were ever you get your podcasts job. Five view along with the mailbag question. We'll be more than happy to answer that but the yankees are the only game in the olympics euros baseball other teams the good baseball teams. They're playing major championships and concerts are all in this summer..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Where we you put a player of devon booker at his stage in this career. If again phoenix wins. Chris paul plays better mckell. Bridges decides to show up. De'andre eytan makes a couple more basket or something than yeah devin booker elevated superstar. That never now book is still be great. But if the sons lose if milwaukee ahead winds four straight all of a sudden what's going to be the narrative. How can you have a superstar of guys who allows another team to beat the four straight times when you to and then other team come to your home court in beach you regardless of what booker does how in the world can we elevate him superstar status. How can we elevate it. Elevate him to the point where he could be if some other of his teammates were stepped up done what they needed to do. Gained gained five finished things off. Even phoenix comes back to win game five about six hours. Well what could have been if chris. Paul didn't choke the chicken in game four. If de'andre eytan could've played better in gain four. It miquel bridge would have been better presents in gained four if jay crowder could've used a little bit more physicality in game four if money williams could've done a few things to Help out chris paul or mikhail bridges or do some other things. What would the situation have been for devon booker all connected all in the same boat all in the same things concerning that so stream interesting. At least i think so. When does role in the sports on your host window wallace. So glad you could be with us chris. Paul terrible gained four chris. Paul terrible was chris paul. The reason why the phoenix phoenix suns lost game. Four he may he ate the only reason but he sure did play a big part in it. He was terrible ten points five or thirteen shooting a couple of baskets in fact the last basket that he made was what was under five seconds left. So you could really say. He was about four for twelve for eight points. No free throw attempts five turnovers and costly turnovers in the fourth. The most costly those turnovers under thirty five seconds to play right. You remember this politics drive to the rim but fell over lost control. The ball ended up being in the hands of drew holiday. Three hundred one fat rape over the middleton for a layup put the bucks up by four with twenty seven seconds remaining. God damnit. Chris got damaged. God dammit if your phoenix suns fan reasons reasons may give me your reasons your thoughts your feelings because i know what we're going to start trashing chris. Paul now Chris paul day. Trash chris paul for a couple of the days days are we now bringing out the scribes to write the story of the end of chris. Paul in this career chris. Paul getting it done overrated chris. Paul chris paul and the other negative negative negative. What's your reason. What's your excuse is for the poor game from c..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Again. I two of simmons simmons's bigger defenders. No i wasn't well. He was two for four in one for two from the free. Throw line when he got intentionally fouled. He played thirty six minutes. Do you know how hard it is to play. Thirty six minutes and take four shots. That cow irrelevant. You have to be offensively and he had what did you have. Thirteen insists it just like we see this every year in the playoffs. The playoffs slowed down. It's just the way it goes. You're not getting transitioned anymore. You're not getting those coast to coast in february against the orlando magic. You are doing not get back on defense. Yeah you are if you're playing philadelphia but if you're yeah they didn't get back how many times how many trade passes ready for the place to explode. And that's what i love from. Trae is traced like really guys are like out here celebrating. All right collins back thanksgiving we'd been ahead here so keep going well. it's just. The playoffs are different. They never saw the half court thing other than a beat had to bail them out over and over again and harris had one of the worst eight for twenty four hours. I've ever seen in my life because all of those shots were good shots. They were him in the lay hind foot nine foot bankers and it was every time it was alligator arms was front of the rim. It was off the backboard too hard it was. He was all over the map. They needed men to play a game. The hawks no bogdonovich. I don't think the announcers weren't focused on that enough bogdonovich second best player for playoff series and a half and this came down to basically collins herder young cappella then who is the fifth. I can't get to know. Yeah danilo again. So there had to fill the bogdanovich stats which she somehow managed to do with miraculous. Game seven by him but But just losing that. Second ball hinder. You would've thought would have killed atlanta and it did not know because her can do a lot more than you realize. There were times that you thought like other cleared is not going to close the game. Now that have these other guys out there and if you watch you'd be like oh wait like they're staying with her. I mean her doesn't just make shots he had like a paint jump hook floater. That was incredible and able. I mean the biggest play of the game was stable fouling. Yeah down one. There's still plenty of time left in five. Who actually all season long. I thought one of the greatest traits of him was one of the few guys who could contest shooters. Yeah and have enough body control the contested not foul all the time and he hits the back the head. I mean he knew it immediately. Shocking didn't complain and then you know her he didn't care he's been made fun of his entire life. Drains all three free throws like it's nothing. It's a four game. He looked paler than ever. Yeah he never looked more pale. Did you guys wanna make it more challenging because this is going to be too easy i mean then there's another play in there as everything's falling apart like simmons and trae have that almost turnover in the corner and simmons. Second time is fighting over the loose ball. Like ben who gives a shit cool. You guys appaling over the basketball again. You're showing more effort with this than any other thing you do in an office. Yeah go to the basket like this. I think he had zero field goal attempts in in the last four fourth quarters and then they're up. Excuse me atlanta's inbounding but it still like forty or thirty. Five seconds left about there before shot clock is still in play and in philly fouls again and the doc is on the sideline going like what the hell is happening. But i think you you pointed out to like the whole thing's a mess we could just keep going on and on. And on the simmons passing up the dunk and then was seeing the other angle of embiid being. Like what the fuck what is either doing. That's one of those all timer moments that's going to be one of those philadelphia talk radio moments that's gonna live for decades seriously. I screen shotted the game with four twenty four left in the third quarter hawks. Sixty four phillies sixty three then. Simmons was two for four at that point so he didn't take a shot for the last sixty minutes and so that's easily games in a row. I believe he's but it's more than a fourth quarter was like embiid even play for part of that not only was afraid to shoot is just afraid to go to the basket and i've felt like he had matchup. Advantage is going to the basket. He's one of the best athletes on the floor. I after the game. I was immediately on three different trade like i was in. Legitimate text. read was celtics fans about. Could we get ben. Simmons for smart thomson. Would you do that. That's how far his trade value has gone he was the centerpiece of. I don't know that it's fallen that far at that. I was just asking the question. Could we pull this off spartan thompson yuna smart solicitor. we needed. we needed to get tougher..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Podcast and still makes me smile. Every time i get to say that on this episode of this among dire podcasts. The know it all himself. Jason kameda is in the house. He's got the beautiful new film for the haggerty channel. He wants to talk about As well as we're talking about the new bmw m. three and four which he's had lots of time in And we're going a little action with some of the logistics involved in making some of these more difficult films And of course jason has his many opinions and we go to the audience to pick random numbers from his spreadsheet to review random cars from his past. Haggerty's jason is on the entire podcast. Do it like most is lack. Most is godfried out. What do aren't capable of getting high Your voice high enough. You really tried to godfried but ended up with his last. Have you ever sat on top of a flag pole. Any jackie related into the flag. That he's been doing hertie hours out of his mind in love it Speaking of stand up. We're going to be checking out byron. Bowers at the townhouse in venice on wednesday the sixteenth. Come down by a ticket and join us can be very fun. Jason cammisa. they'll throwing up from. what's active. Have you ever reject. Just start the sentence with have you ever. Jackie related in the loudest highest pitch voice. And just follow it up. From mustang mach one turned camis up. I can't walk so but that's only is that only on live and then the the real show is fixed. Well then i fix it. Yeah right okay well live. People are going to suffer in that regard. All you can do a max. I mean you can stream if for sure jason in fact we encourage that please by all means. If you've got to scream. I have this much coffee left once. They hit empty once. You want her to the bottom of the mclaren. Do you want to refill. Be more at that time on three on. Do you want us to wait for you to get a refill. Who's the probably if. I have another cup of coffee break so well but isn't this a shortage show because you have things to do things to do places go people to talking scream at dude. I watched your newest icons of video. You sent me the the cut. Its i can't even call it a video. Who's a thirty minutes long Proper television length and even if it was a half hour on tv it would only be twenty two and a half. so it's like twenty nine forty. The first thing we need to do is publicly. Apologize to my editor. Who has said m. Three cup was the longest year of my life with me But it needs to be done so for the record. Is that episode out next. Thursday which giant judge so no one else has seen it yet. Youtube got a preview of it. So we can talk about this. Because i know you have feelings about the most The the so we can or can't talk about it. We can't i mean we're not gonna do. we're not going to skew. It's not we don't even need to talk about like what you think about the fucking m three like. It's not even about that. I was really impressed with your filmmaking. I mean that was really The intro shot the. I like thirty five seconds or sixty seconds. Whatever it is of. That film is as good as i've seen in years for anybody. Yeah as a fucking scorsese level shot That was very very good reveals very very very That was credit due to my doctor's always anthony. Who came up with this intro sequence and thought. Let's do the world's longest burnout. So the one thing i'm not toward the is quite apparent we nailed is that that entire scene was an out and the burnout was approximately a mile long. Oh burn up the whole time. You didn't know. But i thought he was just driving path. Oh no cam. The tires stopped smoking at really after awhile. And you kind of had to look for it or on. The cords thing was funny and to anthony. I agree on everything except for when we're fighting like brothers and on that one. I'm like we need a drone shot to show the aerial of those hopkins skid mark. It's a missed opportunity. But i don't know if what the cost of a drone that one shot would have been. There is no we didn't he. Didn't use ed look all good but it was like a mile long burnt out of chopped up into two miles times. But but no you did. You really did like it was a pretty strong forty five second. Monologue timed with timed perfectly with multiple drifting other vehicles crossing paths wild. Doing a very well controlled break stand. It was good yeah. I'm really really really good. It was i i watched. I watched the first vegas. I stopped it to text him. That was very good. Yeah wow and that doesn't happen. I don't like anything. That's also which is why i don't like anything or anyone. Which is why we get along. Yeah but now in. Thank you good triangle. Literally on my on my right was i hate. Everyone's my license plate. I mean that's a little trite like that antisocial. Social club shirt. But like maybe we should just have like a people who ate everyone club. it's not it's not permanently. It's used on a minus to plus ten scale with me. You start with a minus nine point seven being every way up from there you never ever. I don't like you right off. The bat i in people fucking hate you and you know like is one of those people that i'm doing great. Who is jerry though. Yeah yeah we met a photo shoot. It was our friend from college and we needed one more body. Like who's going to be in ten seconds. He was like from nine point. Seven minus four and then with him by the end of the day was like happily and mike plus zero point. three category what is the scale. I q ten is where his scale goes negative. You could be in his book like a four four is like a perfect humanitarian We need we need to get jason. The stupid book yes. Did you see. The stupid book is still on my desk. Why do i keep blanking on the goddamn name of the stupid book. It's like it's like the five basic rules of human stupidity or something like that and and when you read it it'll just fucking you'll just rewire it. You'll start putting everybody on the chart. It all makes sense the basic laws. Yeah of human stupidity basic. Yeah you need to get this book and if you don't have it already i'll send it to you. It's it's like seventy pages. You'll read it in three dumps and it is blue thick and it's got these charts so pull up the chart so puts you can plot everybody and by their actions on this chart that has quadrants. Do i now need to have another spreadsheet for only yes yes yes by their charts for like where people say on the asshole. Yes you do. By the way. That reminds your favorite activity with. Jason is to call out random numbers from his spreadsheet and him have him relive random cars so jason have the spreadsheet in the background and in the super chat. We're going to take we'll take requests. It's what zero to fifteen hundred. Is that what it is something like that to twelve hundred now. Hold on the zero to one through the hyundai tucson. That's being picked up today. Two thousand five hundred sixty one. Fuck me in the super chat. And we're gonna. We'll choose a magistrate up capitalist this bitch but donation amount. The highest donation amounts will take priority in choosing.
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness
"Had run and goal and i helped him achieve that sell that morning. We did that but my my best time is now one thirty to thirty five seconds. So i'm two minutes and thirty six seconds away from Accomplishing by my first goal. That i set muster. That's incredibly close. And what what is like the next race or when is it Training for no. It's it's interesting. I just talked about that with my with my coach. But the better your scanning me hot so it is really not the optimal situation for racing. So what we actually discussed was that we're going to pick something into full and use the training this summer which is going to be brutal with the with the heat to really get the state to crush it right now at the edge now that the i will be able to do with within one twenty eight plus or minus two minutes so i should be able To do it already. But i can see that if i focus on On the On training throughout this summer that full. I'm just going to crush that. That goal and and commenced significantly under under matthew. And so than you race goal off marathon you have any other relates performance of perhaps health goes. I mean like running is my number one self care habit and you asked me earlier so what has changed when you teach few things that i do want to mention that i think for listeners can also be inspiring and useful and are basically very simple. These is tomorrow starts tonight and basically what changed this. I go to bed right now at eight thirty nine o'clock latest so that's something. I changed and really like the apprentice habit. I mean i would in a days of My my business work. I would pull all nighters all the time. I wouldn't sleep at all. I would sneak or hours night. Maybe i was constantly in this this mode off needing to catch up and so you don't perform morning or you progress eight or something lades..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio
"Com now In this case hacking an admin password is going to be well. It's going to be difficult usually. You're the one who said the password in if you don't remember it well. There are ways to hack the admin passwords but generally the fastest easiest way and the most honest way that i can give because frankly i don't know if you're supposed to have access to it or not limb ilham see this a different way every once in a while somebody reaches out to me and asks me things that they probably shouldn't and i do want to stay on the side of protecting everybody but in this case this is something which well if you have access physical access to the router. Then you're going to already have access to doing exactly what i'm going to suggest. And let this is is the process of resetting the entire wi fi router. What is that process. It's something we call a thirty thirty thirty mel. The some of the other hardware in the throughout the technology world operates on this same process. The thirty thirty thirty now. Thirty thirty thirty is is on your router. You're going to have a little little button. it's usually recessed. it's it's in a little hole and you may not even see the button. You just see a hole in in very small print. It'll say reset now what you're going to do. Is you're going to find a sturdy paper clip. I'm not talking one of these. Little cheap paperclips. That's an inch long time talking about the two inch heavy gauge metal paperclips. And what i want you to do with this s in this is where the thirty thirty thirty comes into play. You're going to poke that paper clip into your undo it. You're going to bend it open just once you're going to hold it. You're going to poke that into that whole you're going to feel a button inside you're gonna hold it down for thirty seconds mom all right. Don't e- sit there with your stop. Watch all right. Here i go. I've got my watch here and and yet we're gonna we're gonna set this all up and we're going to the time it out perfectly. No what you're going to do is you're going to set it up. You're going to watch her watch and about thirty five seconds later. You're then between two on plug this now. This is tricky. Because you're still going to have that paper clip sitting there poked through the whole and you're still holding it. Yes so you hold it. For thirty seconds you unplug it while still holding it for another thirty seconds and then you're going to power back on and keeping holding of this paper clip in the hall for another thirty seconds so the whole time no pun intended the entire time. You're holding that paper clip in there. Let's call it for two minutes so you're going to plug it in there. You've got a hold of the router. N- it's still for two minutes with paper clip in there but then you have to unplug thirty five seconds in you another thirty five forty seconds before you plug in the power again. Yes it's complex yes. This is tricky. Yes this is something. Why would anybody ever expect us to do this. This is insane but it's to make sure you don't do something wrong. It's to make sure that you're doing this absolutely right if you if you poke that That button inside nannu. Hold it for ten seconds. It's just gonna reset the router. It's not going to reset any settings it's not gonna reset any of the passwords or anything like that. It's just going to reboot the system kind of like your your your computer. Empowering it off at night power in a back on something like that or it just hitting restart. No the thirty thirty thirty process goes through it. Wipes it clean including the password. And that's how you reset that router. That's how you reset the password. But now you've got something else you need to know what the password is. Pardon me the admin password so you have to know what that is now. How do we know. How do we find out what that admin password is. You need to go on the line. Oh by the way you might do this ahead of time by the way. I hope you're not doing this in real time. I you want to go online graduates smartphone. And you just type in Whatever it whatever neta gear lynxes teepee link whatever it is whatever the router name is the make and model and then you type in default admin password. You're going to google nan. Going to respond. It's going to say this. Is the default admin password. this is You know it's gonna be something like admin password or e for the username admin. The password is password or admin abner super super super admin super adleman. Yes there's a number of different permutations on this but then you get into the full software where you can configure this to your heart's content. This is gonna work most of the time if you wind up. There are a few people out there that have a router that's been supplied by their internet service provider and that router has their own password on them. Because they know what's best for you. They know exactly how to configure this perfectly for every situation imagined. No they don't but all right you know i i. I have a little frustration with my internet service provider over this. But it's okay. It's seems to be working. I don't have a whole lot of neighbors. That are going to interfere. So i don't worry about it. I don't have an admin password to it. But i you know if i want to tinker i have my own router and i have my own password for that router but can i say this is benjamin lockwood. You're listening to computer talkradio. I'll be back with more in just a moment..
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"The Panthers stay alive by beating the lighting for one in game five Tampa bay's Ross Colton scored just fifty three seconds into the game but it may have been a case of butterflies for Florida's twenty year old third string goalie making his first playoff start because Spencer knight stopped thirty six shots after giving up the first one mackenzie weaker and Mason Marchment scored in the second period to give the Panthers the lead thirty five seconds into the third Patric Hornqvist added one and Frank Vatrano but one of the of the net to stave off elimination I'm more in Ruston
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"More tech savvy to like turn my barbecue on and i control it from my smartphone. I can be thirty miles away from home and control my michael. Exactly what it's doing and computerized it's more gadgetry. More gatty and like mark said you know the instant thermometer you stick a little pendant or food and boom. There's the temperature for precision cooking. It makes a world of difference and proposed pork when it's done the not when it's overdone a hundred and forty degrees and you're pulling off and and yeah that's mark if there's one thing you've taught me is how to cook for temperature and then the if i think if i put it in i think all i'm going to give it another minute or two. That's when i pulled off like a now. I have an immediate reaction. I'm like no if that. If i had that thought of oh two or three more minutes that means pull it off right now. It's going to arrest them raise. Yeah that has saved me mark. You've you've taught me and save me and so many we did stakes this last week. I got bacon wrapped shorelines and had the kids over. And i put those on and i was doing just that i was like. Oh maybe i'll give it. You know we were alone. Slonim in and and just taking my time and i may maybe i'll give it nope. They're off as soon as i have. That thought there off and man they were so delicious like it was just the kids. Were like this is awesome. This little five hundred. That's the other thing that i have used to always do. Eight eight ounce steaks. And i've started going down to fall and it's just seems to be a better portion my wife and i don't think it's replying and we'll split it in half. Yeah not that. We couldn't eat the whole thing but we tend to make it thicker thicker stakes but shorter. Right yeah no. I've just i've i've found. The portion is just is just the right kind of the right thing. Of course we always is by you know by them at the grocery store with bacon wrapped in there. Okay but sean you mentioned a pen. So let's let's transition into this because they Thermo pen or a Instant read thermometer. I told everybody. I was gonna buy one on the show Because now after the. I have to say to other things serves in the next room. She's buying she bought a really crappy. One so i keep breaking them right and i've gotten a couple of different kinds. That haven't been really that good like they're okay but they haven't been that good in the last couple. I broke so i was like and then she bought me one. And it's like a it's not insta it's Take as long as a to read thermometer like you put all your he leaves a barbecue. It's gone it's gone. It's usually taken minutes then. I'm like okay. I i don't need this so I told everybody i would buy this would be the this would be the night. I buy new one. We looked at a couple of products Of course the high end on this. And sean you're a big fan of thermo works in in these thermo pens Hundred bucks really. Great pens the am k for. I'm not sure. I don't know if i see that blue. This blue one right here her. Because they do have the classic and the force of the classic the differences between the classic. And the mk for classic. One is water resistant. it's not waterproof and doesn't have the backlight timer. So if it's getting darko you won't be able to see the light on the sodium k. For is actually waterproof and has the light. The background light is also the Thermo pop to. I have one of those two thermo pop. Yeah if you under shop again okay. Yeah there the little round guys when you went to h i think there on the page. Let's we'll go the back this one right here. That's a different one again similar to that though. I don't know. I didn't think about looking for that before There matt thermo works unless they don't make anymore. What does it do thermo pop. It's the same thing but it's it's an all in one unit. It's called the thermal pop. Thirty five bucks Sunder sale if you under sail sale. Seymour happened been warning or just go to search search for thermo thermo pop all right here. We are maybe down here. No this dash should be down there. Yash mini their zipper. Pull have remote date okay. First of all so if you're listening to the audio notice is not terribly compelling but if you're on the video oh my god there's a ton they have i mean. There's just a ton of mamata products that they have lincoln. The private got okay. Let's let me go over there. Oh well let's see now. Okay let me grab this link. Copy it 'cause stream yard won't allow that sir put it in there. Okay so oh so now okay. Didn't work The i know what you're talking about. It's it's really just a very very very small lollipop is it. Thermo pop pop. It's backlit and its structures distant. Okay there we go so thirty five for the the so okay. So we're at ninety nine eighty nine for the the non lighted version of it. They've got a thermo pop at thirty five seconds right which is similar to what you're about to see right now so then you also said why could go with an ink bird. Instant read from amazon twenty three dollars and know that regularly land sale. It you say they're on the well. This one's thirty on sale for for twenty for twenty three. So knowing i'm a weekend warrior. Sean will ask you first knowing. I'm a weekend warrior. I don't i don't grill grill some i you know maybe once in the summer maybe one weekend or once a week on the weekend. Maybe one time so You know so once a week maybe get average But i i do. I don't i. I can sit from you. Know i could sit for five seconds to read the temperatures that have to be instant thinking about what what we see here. What what are you like. What what would you recommend sean at this point that that jump into the I definitely are good products. They have the backlight they for the price. They work really well. And they're chargeable the thorough pattern. It takes the little round cell. Batteries corn the corn sales. Now at They lost quite a while. But it is much more convenient to be able to plug it in. Just like your cell phone and unplug it and I have sink have three of the encumbered ones. And i've given quite a few friends the same products and as far as i know everybody to stride them as love them mark. Do i wait for a sale or at twenty three bucks is that is echinacea by one now and you buy one. What goes on sale. There we go. That's a good. That's a good. We'll throw them in the car because those are great like i gave my dad for christmas. We rented a cottage last year with him. And i brought my birth thermometer with me doing grilling every night And i would do doing pork chops and doing steaks and we're doing sausage everything that came off of that thing when you're cooking for other people especially you want to make sure that you're not gonna you're making sure it's well enough and use that thing every night and the end of it. He looked at me and goes. How much are those things. And then they came on sale of weeklies picked up for him. I've given probably thermometer to three or four different friends for the same reason that you know us one. It's your chicken. Two hundred and sixty five. You don't cook it to one hundred and ninety you cook for one hundred and forty five. You cook your sausage one hundred sixty. Thank you you cooking. Everything to the temperature was just not where. It's hugh leather right right. Yeah well it's on. Its way it'll be saturday so.
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"You know like the giant guys who had absolutely no bass. Yeah yeah those guys they would just come in and their whole job was to just hack shack right But i want a modern twist on it. So i want the guys who are supposed to be able to kind of match up with zion like the grant williams's of the world. I want those guys to go on like the anti zion. Diet where like dany age like brings amid during the offseason. He sitting around a table with the health and conditioning coach. And they're like grant we're gonna try to add seventy five pounds to your frame this summer. Are you up for it. Like this is all geared towards a potential you know finals matchup against zion. We've got to have you as our x factor here and so we have these guys who just come as like three hundred. Twenty pound monster is designed so to make science life more difficult. Good luck trying to pure wet around a guy who takes up the entire paint strategy so just like putting a plate of or multiple plates of oreos and just having a stopwatch and having grant williams eat all of them and under thirty five seconds. That's basically the does that. The new strategy for the boston celtics Telling me what we're going to be doing is we're going to go. Dig out all those long form. Sports illustrated stories about the university of wisconsin offensive line. And like how they really beef those guys up in advance of the big ten schedule and we're going to have that for like two or three guys on each team's frontline. It's not just the celtics thing. I just think that he's probably the most primed and condition body wise to be willing to take on this challenge. I just hope executives. You're on my level right now. This is some real oracle stop and. I think that we're going to need some body giants if anybody's going to slow them down. It's it's genius. It's brilliant the only thing that concerns me with zion is his health. That's really it like i. it's. It's something i don't even wanna talk about because it would be the biggest bummer of all time. But as zionist hurt and Suffers a serious injury which you know. That was a big concern last year for us. We had several conversations about it. i don't think it will be an issue because i just think that as he ages he'll just get in better shape that's kind of what happens historically with really good players who entered the league and they aren't in peak physical condition. I mean just look at a photograph of kevin love when he first entered the league versus what he looked like five years ago..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"The knicks had just drafted he figures. Let me get a liner. It's just great. Sweeney murdy radio thinking let me get a liner for steve somers. Somers liner from frederick vice. So sweeney scribbled on a piece of paper and frederick vice mistook the sixty six for something else pie. This fed vase. And i love listening to steve. Some us on the fan. Sports radio lulu w. f. eight and new york off to a good start but la lamelo frederick vice in alzheimer areas. I they want. There's so much about that clip. That's phenomenal one. Eight i love listening to steve. Somers and steve is still working. Frederick vice obviously seeing low is the clip and also the fact that we sent sweeney. Murdy the radio station. Since sweeney murdy to australia to cover the olympics and zao aptly pointed out. He doesn't even go to boston anymore. And i get why in this day and age digital drives himself and know someone in boston he can break. Stay on a couch somewhere. Lolo tie advice. And i love listening to achieve some us on the fan. Sports radio lulu w. f. a. n. new york. Why yeah very good by the way did talk to summer's on friday for a goodell. We saw stevie came by. You saw them for about thirty five seconds. I i sat and i talked to him. Yeah oh. I didn't know you were in and out of the blue right pines friday. The hey.
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All the power to tailor shop turns in the gt chefs goals. That point sweets and francis lucky she says is final gender rich is always keeping score here on sports overnight america again the sign from the sports guideline update this where i am always keeping score just a couple of games on the ice tonight for the nhl. The wild shut out the golden knights two to nothing of vander. Canes scores forty-one seconds into overtime to give the sheriff's a three two win over the blues arizona nearly let colorado back in it but hold on to win three two to the ducks did let the kings back in it. kings tied up to force overtime but the ducks out on top six to five edmonton took the first of three games with ottawa. This week three two. And the conducts have now won three straight after beating the canadians to one in a shootout and that's it feels so void without anything else. That's that's it but we're not too far from having a baseball scores and we're not too far from being an hour ahead of the program which airs live at ten. Pm pacific time. You know if you don't know arizona doesn't do the whole daylight saving side thing so On saturday night march fourteenth at two. Am precisely sixty seconds after that it becomes to a one rather than going back to one o'clock which means sunday morning. Did i say saturday morning today night. I think but it's technically sunday morning see. I'm still in young mood. Gem still in that mode where two am is still part of the night rather than the and you're excited because you get a bonus hour that's well. It's been many years for that. The sense that for me but Do not only because. I'm you know in the forties part of my life but also because i haven't lived in ohio and in twenty years or anywhere else that celebrates daylight savings have been here in good old arizona and we have hockey here now and we have a team. That's not really a contender but it. It's nice to see that. They aren't outmatched every night that they've got some talented players. They still need a alpha type score. And i don't know that they can land that without having a A pristine pick in the draft or some really good scouting where they can find a diamond in the rough and make him that guy. Carlin kinda garland is outstanding. But he is not that guy and they just don't have that guy thought that max domi might be. That guy wants to find the time but We've done from that Goodwin for the oats Couple of colorado coming up this week yes just to and then just to barring any any changes where we ended up just playing the same team nonstop for two straight weeks dr degen. We're gonna get the blues again early. Yeah somehow have games to play against blues. Even though the coyotes played them for two straight weeks after groundhog's day about the february steamed yeah well fairness and month. February isn't a lot of days to begin with. But yes most of those days were filled with saint louis blue games all right so you told me about this story with the las vegas golden lights going out and out of town in san jose. An ad returning to their hotel to find out. They don't have a hotel to return to. Yeah so apparently. The hotel had filed bankruptcy. They knew they were closing but didn't other to look to see if they had anyone staying at the hotel particularly an entire gang hockey teams so the golden knights go out do. They're saying they play their game. They come back one arrest up because they have to play again and the hotels locked. Everything is lot all the lights are out. Nobody's there.
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Mad about a cruel joke. Sarah silverman made about her at the two thousand seven. Mtv awards and she's also not letting david letterman off the hook for grilling her during an interview that same year. Take a look at this. How'd you like being in jail. Have your friends treated you differently. Since you've been out of the slammer. I've moved on with my life. So i don't really wanna talk about it and i heard that to make her feel like more comfortable in prison. The guards are gonna paint the bars to look like penises. Who i'll let me tell you as a comedian. Yes this is what the problem was. She was in the audience. Usually you crack jokes about people that are not sitting there. She is sitting right there. So if there's an extra cruelty right there because everyone stood you tell joe. Everyone does this to reaction crazy. Look right at you. And i. I think sarah went a too far but maybe that was in her younger days as a comic and maybe she didn't know she was an audience. I'm hoping and david letterman another comic. You gotta understand as a comic. They wanna get the job more than worrying about your feelings. But i think david david letterman's situation. He invited her on to go on his talk. Show and i definitely understand. Hey you just went to jail fresh out. You're coming sit on my on my talk show so we have to talk about it. But i think what happened was david letterman us. All eight minutes and fifty eight seconds to grill her about this thing where she was down for the first two minutes. She was like okay. I know i. I did this. I know we gotta talk about it. Let's do it. But when he got to three minutes and thirty five seconds. I was like all right. This girl's obviously uncomfortable. Enough is enough. And she said something to him three or four times and just as an interviewer. I feel as though it's just common courtesy respect when they're saying like we're we're talking about something else right now you talk about something else right now but he is a comic and he knows when to push the button to no wants a cop. You're a comic. I make it that moment but once a comic you can't turn that off it as a comedian. Even if they put you in a seat in a nice suit would audience once you get that bug. And they're laughing. Some comedians can't stop but when she said at the commercial break paris hilton said. Please stop please. don't do this anymore. In the commercial break as a human being. He should've probably said okay. I got my jokes off. I think it was just like only stop. But i think when you are comic and you take a job at network like this and you're on tonight show. I definitely understand that. The instinct is there but as a comedian. You ain't got a legal department and you ain't got standards and practices but has the host of a late night show. You have standards and practices that tells you. Pr department that says. Will you need a pipe down this on the twenty four years old and i will say look. I've always said you know. I hate when people start wanting apologies for other people down for that but paris hilton is saying i felt a certain type away. This is where. I was in my feelings at the time. And i think you should apologise. Yeah that's a whole different. Wanna put on the record there. I guess david apologized. After the appearance he sent her a case of wine But you know. I guess you know at least apologize so at least he did. I don't know if it was genuine. Because it's funny. Because i feel as though whenever you do an apology like that. It's it's interesting because to me. i would be like. Thank you for the apology. But i know if you had to do it over again. Would you have done anything different or would you feel like you should have the next night. When he came on his show today. You know welcome. Let me apologize. Is paris hilton on last night. And i just wanna make a public apology. I went too far parasites on. We'll come back thank you know. I think he should say look. Here's an open invitation. I'm gonna use eight minutes. And fifty eight seconds of this time to apologize to you and talk about what i did you on that show because david letterman a whole different person. Yeah his new show on netflix. It's not about the comedic moment. It's more about the person to person interaction and talking about people's lives. So i think if you wanna apologize and you want to make this right. I have paris on that show. Abbas sit down conversation. What about sarah silverman. She's yet ever politics like she should. That's what she was doing. Stand up and you were in the audience. I think parents need to go here. L. on that and to get let that one go it happens. Comedians talk about people all the time she was in the audience. Hurt villain. i think. Get your policy from david. You're in the spotlight. This is what happens. Yeah no all right fair enough okay. Mediums take it. That's that's that's a gym right there. They're like oh thank you. You're paying there's going to be my best jokic. Still ahead you guys. The bachelor serena p is here. She is talking about last night's women tell all her break up with matt.
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"I wanna thank football guys draft sharks a world and rob for tonight's fantasy flash. Let's move on and keep it within the nfc north. Talk about the detroit. Lions pharaoh. dan campbell is the new head coach. Or your detroit. Lions actually said this week despite not hiring offense coordinator. He wants to use running back. D'andre swift more as a slot. Receiver this according to chris burke on twitter Dan campbell had a very healthy. Well maybe unhealthy comments on what he envisions the detroit mines to be over the next six years while he is in charge as the head coach He also did say he wants to get Wants to get the andrea swift in space against linebackers. He wants to use him in the slot. The andre swift was The primary pass catching running back in the second half of this past season. Fifty seven targets turned into forty six catches three hundred fifty seven yards and two touchdowns weekend against washington. He was awesome caught off five his targets for sixty eight yards and a score for so pharaoh's we look forward twenty twenty one especially when it comes to be the The second year running backs the andre swift his arrows pointing straight up for fantasy. Goodness given how campbell wants to use them in the passing game knowing how fantasy owners in the afc knowing how pennies the owners in the f. Fcc want to Target pass catching running back. Looks like swift is going to be one of them. you know. it's it's a draft dream. Come true for people who believe in swift and you know. He's another one of those players finished very very strong bulky and campbell has been right there to see every play and every effort alvin. Kamara has made in the new orleans. Saints offense and you know. He's he's gotta have recency of memory and he's he's a journeyman player And those guys often make best coaches. I mean if you wanted something to watch. Nfl television this week. This was the most entertaining press conference. She possibly These he's straight out of central casting. Did you see the. Did you see the full press conference. I just saw the the The thirty five seconds where he talked about Doing some very physical things. I did not watch a whole press conference. You you'd think. Hollywood unrehearsed. John wayne and i brought him back to live. And that's exactly what you get. You know this player He's had success in the league. He's been around success. Both as a coach and player The and when he was a player he was also part of that owen. Sixteen detroit. Lions team so he fills the You know he has firsthand knowledge of the of the disappointment. And how being detroit line. How how it could just sprawl out of all proportion with the chance to be competitive. And so he's a homegrown guy Coming back to just contributed to football in many many different ways i was just very pleased at forty four years old. See a guy at that age. Get this opportunity. I think particularly for him. Yeah he has only been a head coach in twenty fifteen when he was the interim from the miami dolphins event assistant to the head coach to my Office knowledge He was the visit to the head coach for new orleans of the last five seasons as well as the tight ends coach..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Shut up and go home mr biden. They stole it fair and square or would they tell them to squawk right. And that's the. I agree that donald trump looks views the world in a fashion that is highly beneficial to donald trump. Sure so at least the psycho will wouldn't be president otherwise right however an end i was really surprised i expected donald trump to win because it is really hard to beat standing presidents. The american people are stupid. And i'll tell you why they don't realize that joe biden donald trump elmer. Fudd mouse. You know what it doesn't matter because Their elected officials are all bought and paid for. And that's not an opinion. That's a fact and i can prove it because let's look at. Let's look at a A pack for one one one moment eight stands for american israel public affairs committee. Does that count as a jewish name. I just wanted an now. I would say that political organizations are definitely in That they are Proper targets okay. I'm just wondering whether or not have to hate jews to be a mirror. The israeli get rid of him. I was just guessing myself. Miss say a jewish name within thirty five seconds of answering the thing and it was forty eight. Pack american lives real public affairs committee. We'll such tremendous power and we're joined at the hip with israel and the congressmen and senators. Don't vote for israel. Guess what they're they're. They're out of and their candidates and they're petrified of aytac in fact played take their orders from apec so We're we could get into a war with iran and they would vote in israel's favor for the simple reason that they don't wanna lose their Their their their their seats and It's it does seem that when we think about all the countries in the world. Hey there isn't a great britain lobby. If a nation does not have a program where they take women who are underage that might be mistaken for at age..
"thirty five seconds" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Good at either end of the ice spencer night is a first round. Pick of the florida. Panthers so these guys are going to be teammates. Eventually at some point be on the same training camp ice at some point. But in all jimmy for every wonderful story like that where you see a young man. Who's definitely i wasn't even invited to the summer evaluation camp for heaven's eggs. Here's a guy who sent in tapes. Said you know. I deserve to be here. He had a phenomenal season. It carleton place of the central junior hockey league c. h. l. last year and was worthy of getting a look at and he took full advantage of it. But there are other stories where you've got a captain of a western hockey league club who Has has done phenomenally well in his junior year. He's got all the character in the world and he's a first round pick of an nhl team and within three years he's out of the nhl. Curtis lazar is a really good example of somebody who can go from the top of the mountain. Slowly trickled down to the bottom of the mountain and fight your way back into the national hockey league and to his credit. Curtis has done just that he'll be a regular with the sabers. I think this year. But here's a guy who fell from grace in an awful quick way and just quite simply an awful way so yeah it. It's a tournament that can consent your career in either direction relic of raking. Yeah yeah so what. We impressions of the gold medal game disappointing for canadians to settle for a silver medal. America wins at two nothing. What we are impressions keita. Victory all that while the americans played a good solid canadian style game in terms of how canada wanted to play the game. The americans did and you know at one point and p the game last night. So i'm i'm scrolling back in between time outs. The shot clock read seven to canada and it was zero. Zero and canada looked like they were pretty good control or pretty they. They look comfortable in their own skin. And then the united states had want shift that ham them in and it lasted in more than thirty five seconds in the canadians got tired and the americans had a couple of good scoring. Chances and levi was good and then the next thing you know. There's the next shift where they're hamden again. This is midway through the shot. Clock went from seventy two I think to a twelve eight in favor of the americans. In other words they had the puck enough that they were able to get ten shots. Canada's one in about five or six minute span and during that ten to one shot clock run. They scored the game's first goal and eventually be the winner and i don't think canada at the midway point of the i realized what they were in for and the americans just continued to skate. And you know for for all the stock we put into good solid. Forechecking team steve. You know as well as anyway. Everybody loves to four check. The four check is the easy part of the game. You know more often than not afford check is the result of somebody just dumping the puck in the possession of the puck dumping it and you want to go and get it back and it's fun to catch somebody off guard or hit somebody..
Six months in, how are you doing?
"In thirty five seconds how we doing because when this thing started, we were talking depression and end of the world. Right so we we've seen the depression part I don't think we'll see the end of the will be. That's the good news. We but we definitely have seen an economic decline that's been at surreal levels. Just think two weeks of a march shutdown with enough to drive a first quarter. GDP. Down five percent on an annualized basis, and now, and then after that, in the second quarter, we saw thirty three percent annualized decline. So it's been truly remarkable in terms of the economic recovery though though the magnitude is severe and still. Severe? It's likely to be one of the shortest economic recessions on record for starting to see the momentum and quick bound said everyone talked about. But from here, it's still vulnerable and the path back to pre pandemic levels is likely to be a long one. Okay. So deep let's talk about the from here part and I point you to Capitol Hill this week and the Senate not able to pass. Its version of another relief package. Why Why question we always ask about Congress. We. We all know that the United States Congress tends to respond to fast moving urgent disasters the ones that are politically salient. The ones that create a create a the momentum they need unfortunately corona viruses becoming a slower moving urgent disaster still disastrous still awful. But it's not necessarily shocking people at the same pace that it did six months ago. That is I think. The big difference that we've become too almost accustomed to the apocalyptic world that we're living in. That's just it's just a weird sense who cares about the deficit at this moment but there are people who do and at least people who care about it from from an timeframe or from whatever form of of of of religious view they have on debt. So, there's always a chance that something could happen in the next few weeks. We don't want to write off Congress completely of course, remembered twelve years ago. There was a giant bail out of the biggest banks that asked Congress just over a month before an election, but it was right after it failed in Congress and took a giant tumble in the stock market to make to to show. Some activities something that looked real for lawmakers to respond to. We just haven't seen anything sudden and real to get people to respond and let me ask you about that slow moving part of this thing because I kind of agree with deep, it happened so fast and now it's become a long drawn out thing. The question is, can people can this economy wait until Congress gets shocked into action? There is a significant segment of the economy that can't wait. Those are the people who seen their unemployment insurance benefits expire at the end of July. Those are the people who may be facing addiction. In early twenty, twenty one if something isn't done to to stay continue to stay the evictions Those are the people who are. PART OF THE OVER A. Fourteen million Americans who've been affected by COVID job losses and you may still be employed but not getting paid. So there are several people who will be affected by a con Congress in a stalemate. What's not seemingly affected the stock market which continues to advance even if you get tripped up here and there and over a course of a couple of weeks, a socks and home prices continue to climb higher. So the impact has been a different. For different segments of the economy will do the stock market is clearly what's giving Congress the covered to not actually move right? I mean that's that's not much of a debate but let me get back to what you said a little while earlier, which is, let's keep an eye on the next few weeks. The you actually believe there's going to be relief action in this. Congress, before the election and if not how it not become a political problem. It it it. I think it's possible that we will get some some type of action just never know like all of these things come out of nowhere like we we would have expected that there would have been. More urgency a month ago or six weeks ago and that that there isn't a think as perhaps the most shocking political story of the moment that that they're not feeling it I do think some lawmakers are are aware of the risk. It had their democratic lawmakers who are screaming at Nancy Pelosi right now saying please pass something We're we're in tight races, but they're also Republican lawmakers who. Carrying on a narrative that the thing that gets out of this is grit and determination, it's not more money. It's it's it's like wrapping yourself in a flag. Maybe, not even with a mask. And and just just trying to like get just get through it and there's this idea that like that's the American spirit and that's the there. These really contrary views of what what the country needs right now that have been. And been become obviously polarizing but become ingrained in our in our minds collect way the nation. Quick. Just a rip off of that a little bit. You know Congress has been remarkable and its ability to pull a rabbit out of the hat in the last minute and what can't be denied. It's the political calculus going into whether or not to do this next round twenty Republican Senate. Seats are also up for election in November and so they have to be doing that calculus what happens to their? Their states, it's no more stimulus as passed. That's going to be part of the negotiations over the next few weeks as well.
Canadian wins 250-mile dog sled race by a mere 35 seconds
"A close finish in the can am crown two hundred fifty mile dog sled race across the wilderness of northern Maine it began Saturday Denis Tremblay the runner up four times before his victory by just thirty five seconds over second place finisher Catherine Long Lake she was twelve minutes behind him at the start of the final forty three mile section neither knew how close they were because the hilly course prevented them from seeing
Canadian wins 250-mile dog sled race by a mere 35 seconds
"And a two hundred fifty mile dog sled race across the wilderness of northern Maine practically down to the wire Dennis Trembley well won the can am crown thirty five seconds ahead of the second place finisher term there was a bridesmaid four times in this race before capturing the title ultimately Katherine long delay was twelve minutes behind it at the start of the forty three mile final sprint but made it the closest finish now in race history neither of them knew just how close they were because the hilly course prevented them from ever
Super Bowl 2020: Chiefs vs 49ers
"It starts with the NFC championship game. The forty nine Ers beat the packers thirty-seven twenty the story in this game where he mastered the running back to the forty forty niners. Twenty nine carries two hundred twenty yards or touchdowns they will head to the Super Bowl that is your NFC side from the AFC side the other headline you need to know the AFC AFC championship. The chiefs beat the titans. Thirty Five Twenty Four Patrick Poems Twenty three thirty five two hundred ninety four yards three touchdowns they're able to hold Derrick Henry the superstar running back act in nineteen sixty nine yards in a game. Where as seems to always be the case that she's were trailing early they roll off and they roll onto their super bowl matchup? Now that we'll get between the chiefs the forty niners. Now I take your take in the conversation about the the chiefs
The Heart of Haiti
"Hundreds of thousands of people were buried alive when a major earthquake struck Haiti on January. Great twelve twenty ten as Catherine Puerto reported on how the poorest nation in the western hemisphere faced impossible odds she got to know a two year old girl who survived five to six days before being rescued this miracle child would become a symbol of hope and a focus of Catherine's work in Haiti and of her book. A girl girl named lovely Kathryn Porter. Welcome hi thanks for having me. Yeah now this must have been an amazing thing. You get the GIG. They send you down right after the earthquake in and new fly from comfortable Toronto into this nightmare refresh our memory about the earthquake that devastated Haiti in two thousand ten. The earthquake a was quite low on on the Richter scale comparatively was only seven point zero but in a place like Haiti where there are no building codes that are followed that people have built up without any engineers in place in many cases into valleys on health hops where they really should be building it just meant complete devastation. Huge Swath of the the city had crumbled and buried people alive and because so much of the country was centered in port-au-prince the capital most of the hospitals are there most of the universities in meant. Then look the mass braintrust of the country had also been buried alive. The rates of death were enormous. Ms and they're GONNA ask thirty five seconds but the toll it played on. That country was destroyed. Matic when I arrived at to see like what it looks like waterfalls all on every side of the road in terms of the rubble and bodies Lying in body bags on the side of the road people were walking hang around with toothpastes under their nose because the stench of death was so ripe It was like a you know a built-in little air freshener above their above with their lips. So that they could not smell it you talked about. The main hotel collapsed like an accordion. Yeah there was this huge hotel where in fact a lot of Canadians gins had just gotten out of their mini vans from the airport and settled into this hotel called the hotel Montana. It was kind of place where when people from the UN or for any kind of development group or a big company looking to invest. That's where you would go and meet. It had this beautiful view and pool looking over over the whole city and then down to the ocean and it just completely collapsed. More than one hundred people were killed there and The thing about this type of destruction as that makes you sort of reflect on how these we split second decisions of. I talked to someone who stepped into a store to buy something and she lost her arm and her leg now if she had decided to continue you walking and walk to another store five minutes down the road she might not have had that tragedy happened to her. You wrote about the homeless kids that were I mean the country and we had lots of homeless kids anyways but suddenly they've got no place to go. What what was your impression when you first were exploring the city's about all these kids that were just unattached? It was so overwhelming the damage there were these giant signs all over made it a bed sheet saying SOS we need help and there were lots of people who were separated from their families is still like. I said someone would have stepped outside. The House went down. They don't know if everyone in their family had died. Of course you worry mostly mostly about the kids and you know soon. After the earthquake there were a bunch of missionaries who were thinking they were saving some orphan kids and trying to take them across the border and in fact most of those kids had add family members and the thing about orphanages in Haiti is they're really poor boarding schools so many of the people in their their parents cannot afford to feed them so they send them mm to this orphanage and there's never really planned for them to be adopted so even before the earthquake like the level of poverty and malnutrition and illiteracy and kids with just heart heartbreaking. Then you add an earthquake on top of it and you go to all these makeshift clinics in the city where people are deriving from outside. They're coming from the Dominican Republic with duffle bags of medications looking to help and they set up these little clinics here and there on the side of the road and so sometimes kids were delivered to them with no idea of who you know who their parents were. What neighborhood they were from if the people delivering them were Haitian they could give the information but if the person who was taking the notes or even had paper to take notes was not Haitian and did not speak creole? Then there'd be no paper trail on these people So there was a real fear at the beginning that some of these kids would be preyed upon and there was already a system. That kids in Haiti are stolen kidnapped taken across sold into brothels into the Dominican Republic or sold basically basically into indentured labour and so there was just a huge concern at the beginning of. What would happen to these children? Catherine Porter's telling us how the people of Haiti survived following the devastating earthquake of twenty ten. Her journalism assignment brought her into the life of a two year. Old Girl whose survival in the rubble was nothing. Things short of a miracle book is called a girl named Catherine. This must have spent overwhelming in a lot of people have reported departed on Haiti and the poverty there. And what makes your reporting really intimate. Is the story of you meeting this amazing girl the Miracle Child. Can you tell us about lovely the main character in your book. A girl named lovely so lovely was too when I met her. She had been rescued from the rubble six days after the earthquake and delivered this little makeshift clinic. That was being run by some doctors. There's with meds on demand and some people with a Dominican civil defense and a whole bunch of other random people that fly into disasters to help some tom that are equipped with skills. That you would be helpful after earthquake and some that. Just come because they feel this need to to witness and offer hope and and so she was this little kid and She was too although to me. You know when I met her I had a three year old and a one year old at home that I had left and she has had the poison my three year old but she was a size of my one year old really small scrawny kid. Everyone told me that it was a miracle that she survived because really it is unheard of to last six days under the rubble without water. Particularly where food as a such a small size and they figured she was orphaned. A No one knew what happened to her parents. People were just glomming around her. The first time I met her I I was looking at her. To See signs of the trauma she'd been through and the Doctors Kris told me that she had malnutrition and dehydration and parasites. But there were no broken. Bones or lacerations or other signs signs that she had suffered through an earthquake except for when she arrived she was covered in dust and she was despondent crying for a a number of days so one of the the people who flew in from Montreal basically just hugged her and took care of her and held her for two days. A human rescue blanket hit and I realized the role. Those people play after disaster. You know everyone I think around. Her was flocking to her because she was kind of the symbol bowl of the country's fragility here. Was this little two year old kid. They thought she was orphaned. She lived through hell and what was going to happen to her but to me. There's something very hard about lovely Blais. She is a survivor. She's tough she's got us like an old lady soul. You know when she looks at you she looks right into you and she does not try and please. He's her admirers. She's not like my daughter who's always playing to the crowd. She doesn't really kind of indifferent to whether you like her or not and so I felt like she was symbol of of resilience more a different symbol of Haiti. Of just you know people who can make it through horror and get the other side because she was
Collings Foundation B-17
"Her first item from the NTSB this is NTSB issues seven safety recommendations to FAA related to ongoing lionair and ethiopian airlines crash investigations so is the headline indicates the NTSB's issued these seven safety recommendations the FAA he and i think is everyone probably knows the NTSB cannot order the FAA to ex- accept any of them and sometimes the FAA does sometimes they don't well these particular concerns are about the the multiple alerts in indicators that are considered when making assumptions as part of design safety assess commits and these are derived from the NTSB's examination of the safety in assessments that were conducted as part of the original design of the m. s. boeing's maneuvering characteristics augmentation system on the seven three seven max and the chairman of the NTSB robertson walt said we saw in these two accidents that the crews did not react in the ways boeing in the FAA assumed they were would he says those assumptions were used in the design of the airplane and we found a gap between the assumptions used to certify the max and real world experiences of these crews where pilots were faced with multiple alarms and alerts at the same time he says it is important to note that our safety recommendation report addresses that issue and does not analyzed the actions of the pilots involved in the lion air and ethiopian airlines since that analysis is part of the ongoing accident investigations by the respective authorities well what do you guys think this is i think interesting way to look at it at least you know this pass at it NTSB believes that the pilots would react in a certain way when the sirens started going off the m started activating and things just didn't work out that way what i really like about the recommendations divided into three specific areas in the first one says ensure system safety assessments for the seven thirty seven max and this is the part i like and other transport category airplanes that you certain assumptions about pilot response to uncommanded flight control inputs and consider the effects of alerts and indications i like the fact that they put in and other transport cabinet lori airplanes so that this isn't just going to be applied to one aircraft yes the NTSB as looking at this kind of system wide and not re cricketing the the the core issues here too just the circumstances with seven three seven max so that's good there's other other categories mike of recommendations here from the NTSB yeah they talk about incorporating robust tools and methods for validating those assumptions about pilot response and incorp rating system diagnostic tools to improve the prioritization is what it says clearly present failure indications the pilots to improve the timeliness and effectiveness response but what was interesting there was another story as well that unfortunately i can't get into right now because it was the financial times and it's not living in without being able to log in but it's about highlighting the importance of human factors that no company should ignore and especial and basically it talks about pilot overload and that's a lot of the things took place and what's interesting to me about that is didn't the air force did some big studies about pilot overload when they were dividing their fighters because there was so much information that by side to take into account right and apparently they didn't consider this in the in transport category aircraft in human factors his that's an area where it's easy make assumptions and unless you kind of test those assumptions there's no guarantee that as we see here that the the real world variances going to match with those assumptions because i don't know maybe there are people that are look at human factors from scientific st endpoint but it to me it just feels less quantifiable and therefore more more difficult to ensure that you're going to get the the reaction from the pilots that that you anticipate there's a lot of psychology that goes into that later stay yeah yeah what they should have done was put people in the simulator and see what happened at didn't get done so well and put people in the simulator that don't know what's about to happen and in an overly overly simplified cinematic version is what you saw in the tom hanks hudson movie where you know they were overdrive by the birds hit and cruising the simulators immediately diverted and made it to tito berg and the tom okay and the character said way we spent time trying to figure out what's going on macomb wait for whatever it was thirty five seconds to figure out what's going on and then some they couldn't make it and this may be a example in real life of what was cinematic -ly over-simplified in who've it's giving time for the crew to figure out okay some klaxons going off all right let's start looking at buttons in an alert rosters or alert pants yeah that's that's very perceptive that the yeah it's a similar kind of a an issue from a standpoint of human factors and how people respond to the city relations well we've been talking about the i. KO assembly in canada that's been going on the international civil aviation asian organization and that assembly we see has approved going forward with corset which is a carbon offsetting reduction scheme for international aviation and the the assembly also committed itself to undertake the research needed to develop by twenty twenty two a roadmap for a long term climate goal for national aviation so for the most heart in there are some exceptions here but for the most part the the members of keio are dedicated to proceeding with this carbon offset kind of scheme that we've you know we've had some difficulty in the past we've seen some difficulty being implemented in the past there were three countries that objected to this though that being china india and russia and i'm not certain what their specific reasons were for not being in favour of moving ahead with this coursey program india you can kind of speculate and perhaps china to that they are trying hang to catch up let's say to the rest of the world in terms of industry capability aviation capability and they may be feeling that a carbon offset program would not work to the benefit of of their airlines their aviation industry in relation to the rest so the world that may be part of their motivation carbon offsetting is a tough word define and even looking at the page this talks about it doesn't really explain what it means i hear carbon offsetting i think oh that what are we gonna do plant a tree for every airplane takes off it it doesn't really explain it almost act i mean what they say is if you if you produce carbon and can't reduce it to the levels that you know are the are the target levels then you have to do something else or fund something else that has an offsetting kind of effect so in some ways it kind of is like planning tree if you're gonna produce carbon and you can't reduce your carbon footprint to the again to the the level specified for for your industry segment than you gotta go out and do something else and then the other the other way that sometimes this is done is is with a marketplace where carbon credits can be what and sold and i think that approaches one where you're trying to create some economic incentive to reduce your own carbon footprint if you don't then you have to go out and purchase credits in i guess in that case the revenue from your purchase of that credits goes toward towards funding these other kinds of programs that seek to reduce the carbon footprint
College football scores this week
"Not a power five conference accomplishment. It's an accomplishment. So if if there is a a balance somewhere in the middle, I'm more toward give them credit and props for what they're accomplishing. Then downplaying the significance of it because they're not in a power five conference. Well, the team that is by far the best team in the nation right now that is Alabama handling Mississippi State today. Let's go to Tom Canterbury in Tuscaloosa. Patriots with thirty five seconds remaining here in third quarter. Alabama continues to hold on to a one nothing lead over Mississippi State talked to you last Bilo. Threw his second interception of the season. A knife. Cast by Willie gay junior player for to be safe resulted in the second turnover of the day for Alabama. The first one coming up in the first half deepest has been suffocating Alabama. They have five sacks. They've only given up five first downs. Mississippi State and only one hundred thirty six yards, but the Alabama has not been playing up their normal. Standard is probably the best seven
Who is Noah Centineo From 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'?
"So today, oh is here. Guys, six to twenty two years old. He's superstar in the net. Flicks movie to all the boys I've loved before. So now, you're also the voice of communica bears love interest in Havana. How'd that happened with you guys? I was on Senator and get a call from manager. And he's like, hey, man. We have this opportunity to do a music video for this artists. Not sure if you'd be interested. Well, how about your manager with no details? Wait is a song. And there's a singer. I don't know. Well, who's who's who's the singer? What's the song? Communica havana. My sister just showed me the song huge Camilo fan. Absolutely. Let's go. I didn't realize how much we had in common. I just did a music video. I just did a music video for Drake. Just did the feelings video for Drake hitting me. I did. Yeah. He's in it. Yeah. If you scroll in seven minutes and thirty five seconds into the music video there, I am. That's me to slow it down. We're practically kin. Right. Show. What's next? This'll obviously be a lot of. A lot of exposure. Have you looked at what's next? Yes. So I have another film coming out. It's why young adult rom com as well. It's called Sierra. Burgess is a loser. And then another film to stand in is is on its way. It's great to meet you. You're you're going to have a bakery. You can tell a smart. The guy is to write talented is Martin congratulations on this film net. Flicks. A get in there. You'll see his face float through to all the boys. I've