29 Burst results for "Thirty Five Seconds"

Vegas defeats Seattle, 4-3, ruins Kraken league debut

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Vegas defeats Seattle, 4-3, ruins Kraken league debut

"The Vegas golden knights put a damper on the debut of the NHL's newest franchise with a four three win over the Seattle crack in Chandler Stephenson scored the game winner on a redirect office skate just thirty five seconds after the cracking of relic from a three nothing deficit to tie the game in the third period Ryan Donato scored the first going crack in team history at the eleven thirty two marked the second trade and Morgan Geekie scored the game tying goal for Seattle Max patch ready had two goals for the gold nice plus an assist on the Stevenson game winner mark stone had three assists for Vegas I'm Jim Bernard

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Knight Time: Rookie Saves 36, Panthers Top Lightning 4-1

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Knight Time: Rookie Saves 36, Panthers Top Lightning 4-1

"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

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Beavers bound for Elite Eight with 65-58 win over Loyola

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Beavers bound for Elite Eight with 65-58 win over Loyola

"Oregon state is reached the NC double a regional finals for the first time in thirty nine years by downing Loyola Chicago sixty five fifty eight Ethan Thompson scored twenty points including a pair of clinching free throws with thirty five seconds left worth elegy she added ten points and eleven rebounds for the twelfth seeded beavers who were picked to finish last in the pac twelve but won the conference tournament to reach the NC double a tourney the Ramblers missed twelve of their first thirteen three point attempts and scored just sixteen points by halftime all American forward Cameron great week led Loyola with fourteen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dosunmu scores 24 as No. 8 Illinois holds off Ohio 77-75

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Dosunmu scores 24 as No. 8 Illinois holds off Ohio 77-75

"I would assume a cracked the twenty point mark for the third time in as many games finishing with twenty seven percent eight ranked Illinois to a seventy seven seventy five victory against Ohio to sumo hit two free throws to put Illinois ahead seventy six seventy five with two seconds remaining the Marty Williams put Illinois ahead seventy four seventy three on a three with thirty five seconds left Williams finished with eleven points and ten rebounds despite foul trouble Jason Preston scored thirty one points for the bobcats including a free throw that put them ahead seventy one sixty seven with one fifty six remaining I'm Dave Ferrie

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Six months in, how are you doing?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:59 min | 1 year ago

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.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on WTOP

"Thirty five two men have now been arrested and charged in the February murder of an unarmed black man whom they chased and killed Georgia officials arrested and charged the white father and son with murder a bit more than twenty four hours after cell phone video of the shooting went viral on social media the video shows Gregory Mike Michael and his son Travis in a pickup truck chasing after Ahmad armory as our brie appears to be jogging they then confronts him and kill him the elder McMichael told police he suspected armory had committed a break in before the arrests Georgia governor Brian camp called the video absolutely horrific Steve Futterman CBS news the justice department has dropped its case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn it came after internal memos were released that showed how agents discuss their motivations for interviewing Flynn for the Russia probe I'm Steven Portnoy the president says he's very happy for his former national security adviser he was an innocent man and Mr trump cast the decision more than three years ago to have F. B. I. agents interview Flynn at the White House as an attempt to go after the president they got caught very dishonest people but much more the dissents treason is treason and he said he hopes those who are behind the investigation will pay a very big price that CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy we're following an investigation into a stabbing that happened last night at the capitol heights metro station police are saying that an adult and a teenager were both stabbed the man died at the scene and the teenager is in extremely critical condition at a hospital a twenty three year old suspect has been arrested no word on a motive Americans appear to be hopeful about a recovery according to a new poll from The Washington Post and it sells a vast majority of laid off or furloughed workers seventy seven percent said they expect to be re hired by their previous employer wants to stay at home waters in their area are lifted the United States is facing its biggest unemployment crisis since the Great Depression still to come a new study on Hydroxycut Laura Quinn will bring you the results it's a thirty seven your favorite things feel made for you your education should tell university of Maryland global campus formerly university of Maryland University College was made to serve the.

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Canadian wins 250-mile dog sled race by a mere 35 seconds

Jay Talking

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Canadian wins 250-mile dog sled race by a mere 35 seconds

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Super Bowl 2020: Chiefs vs 49ers

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

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

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The Heart of Haiti

Travel with Rick Steves

08:03 min | 2 years ago

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

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But a cancer vaccine that is personalized not customer customer personalized to treat a broad range of solid tumor cancers is basically a vaccine that they call DC backs DC box platform technology that uses what they call activated dendritic cells what is that put it to put that in did Johnny lunch bucket language last if you would please and dreading that is a perfect follow up to but we talk about a second ago that's what I do this is what I know so you know what I just got validated had we been around when he was there we might a loss to Johnny when they got fired all right take it away he activated is did you tell the standard of cells which are blocked by most cancer tumors in terms of the evolution of cancer over the years and you expose them to what they can't get to a consumer for seven days in the lab on the operable tumors or you do the same exact process inside the body if you can't operate on the tumors and you have to inject and in both cases that are with that that that gentran excels I re activated to now to go after just those targets so instead of something that poisons all parts of your body you've got a cancer vaccine that is targeted at dozens and dozens of biomarkers in a cancer and mobilizes dozens and dozens of weapons in your immune system and last much longer and and get eighty eight potentially much stronger response rate and has no toxic side of things because there's nothing being poisoned other than the target inside those tumors which were exposed when we made a life let me ask you something if you know it of course people are watching this and and I don't think I know even a single person hasn't been touched by cancer in their life if not personally but by someone who they know or family member is there a certain for example a type of cancer I mean who who were the best candidates or is it all cancer is that is that my asking that we found through fifteen different trials that it reasonably encouraging results some of its preliminary summer is getting to the finish line energy be on trial which is almost at the finish line we have found very encouraging information on all the solid tumor cancers that we've tried and it's it's early I mean nothing has been approved yet we've had some compassion treatment programs but the point is you put your finger on a second ago this is the biggest killer not only around the world in the United States in particular one out of every two men are going to get cancer one out of every three women are getting and if there is a way to expand those lives if there is a way to do it without the poisoning that often kills people instead of helping cure them then that's pretty exciting yeah and and we're very excited about what we've got so far and what the future holds as we bring these trials to completion and look towards getting a commercial let's Coleman senior vice president general counsel of the northwest bio therapeutics and W. bio dot com is there is a website they are publicly traded on the stock symbol and W. B. O. N. WBO is is mobilizing the entire immune system a Kim too when we all get a flu shot but we're mobilizing just those who sells it and it might be a right to say my simple find out too much well the way nature intended it is there is maybe the weather's dozens of weapons an immune system and summer suited for some diseases and some work together with other of the weapons and the danger excel commands this whole crown and the beauty of this the reason it appears to last longer and and is not toxic again because it's not poisoning everything is that it uses many weapons and then the incredible brilliance of cancer and the reason it's such a killer is in is constantly mutating there's that anxious identify twenty two thousand mutations in GBM alone and because they mutate if you're picking five or six targets in the end it's rumor in in some of the drugs that we've already got that are also poisonous again I'm you tied around that and then it stops working I'm I'm gonna ask you some a whole lot more so it takes a little that's what I want to ask you know because you got DZ fax L. which which covers brain cancer and phase three is under way medicine and also covers medifast taking a very and cancer and things once completely also DC Max direct that's all solid tumor cancers in phase three is under way on our fees wanted to run away I'm not as far as clinical trials media DC Max prostate and then the phase three was previously cleared by the FDA and you're not you're waiting a partnership talk and that's the exact I'm showing for television audience of five point very quickly I've got about thirty five seconds or tell me about tell me about this FTA sort arc of the story real quick the FDA watches your trials of phase one phase two phase three you follow all the regulations and and then you put your data together and submit it not only to them but we have our trials and going on and brain in the UK and Germany and in Canada and and if we go to each of those regulatory agencies and ask for their permission some have different rules but the regulatory agencies commercialize you and meanwhile in some places they like to do some compassion even before your commercial well is that see that's exactly this is really an exciting and W. bio dot com stock symbol and WBO for more information also put.

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Collings Foundation B-17

Airplane Geeks Podcast

09:07 min | 2 years ago

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

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Give me the strength. give me the strength to listen to about thirty five seconds of Hillary Clinton this weekend on Sunday morning CBS listen I believe he knows he's an illegitimate president he knows he knows that there were a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out the way it did and I take responsibility for those parts of it that I should but Jane was like applying for a job and getting sixty six million letters of recommendation and losing to a corrupt human tornado and so I know that he knows that this wasn't on the level I don't know that we'll ever know everything that happened but clearly we know a lot and are learning more everyday and history will probably sort it all out so of course is obsessed with me and. that it's a guilty conscience and so much as he has a conscience he doesn't think of you Hillary he doesn't when he obsesses over the election it's not about Hillary Clinton it's about the corruption of the Democrats and the way they played he's not but he Hilary you or the worst candidate in my lifetime and maybe in several back generations I mean my shoe could have beaten you. here is there's no mystery here yeah that's why you lost yeah I wish you all she's horrible horrible further than I've heard her go though she's saying the election was not legitimate remember the yeah before landing was that Donald Trump was gonna say it wasn't legitimate yes do you remember this yes you member how they spent that the press spent weeks talking about what a scary thing it was a one of a major presidential candidates would say dare say that if they lost the other side we cheated yeah right yeah here this what you say well I'm saying we don't know how will he cheated that's what was accused someone of a major crime what was the deal with the media they're they're claiming that the birth certificate stuff claim that he was an illegitimate president well yeah that's exactly what it was and you had a problem with it and that's why we didn't report on it I mean we we did our homework on it we found it to be a valid birth certificate with those people who kept going with the the non valid birth certificate look it could have been changed but it was C. I. A. they changed it good. they're doing the same thing. this is just their birth certificate thing but here's the here's the problem with the birth certificate the president could have done it could go to solve that right away he could have released that thing right away but it helped Obama it helped him because it made anybody who is opposed to him they could throw him into birther categories where I was a number thirty your number third but we were parsers it was it was a handy way to do car as enemies correct okay so that's why they kept that thing going for as long as they did now what are they doing here. with the birth certificate it was Obama's prerogative to release that certificate whatever he wanted okay he held it back. this is not only a false claim this is what they did. this is what they did he was he was involved in Russia let me give you some new information now on the Ukraine scandal with that with the DNC we're doing a special with blaze TV and the episodes begin tonight. tonight where talking to you about what you need to know what your cut questions are because I want to make sure that on Thursday this special hits everything that it needs to head. on Tuesday we're going into Biden and Ukraine on Wednesday Biden and China then on Thursday will do a special behind the scenes at five o'clock and then Thursday night at eight thirty central time nine thirty eastern we're going to do a special Ukraine the Democrats Russia. now what are we calling it the Democrats Russia. when John Solomon was doing his research on the Russian. collusion story what about a year and a half ago. he had gone over to the Ukraine because some of the information was coming from the Ukraine. and so you when he's looking at it he was asking for the Ukrainians to help did it come from you know where was it where the Democrats involved. so he was satisfied that Donald Trump was not involved with Russia. and that he had not colluded with Russia to get dirt on Hillary Clinton. the last thing that this source in Ukraine sad to a John Solomon was when John said okay so there's really nothing to see here. the guy looked at him and said shook his head and said you don't get it Ukraine. is the Democrats Russia. everything that they said Donald Trump was doing they were doing in Russia and the evidence is a little overwhelming. at this point imagine what could happen and the evidence you could get if you're looking for it let me give you a couple of things. first. Chris Murphy in from Connecticut he's a Democrat from Connecticut. he called or went over to the land ski and he wanted to make sure that the Ukrainian the new Ukrainian president knew exactly what the deal was now we he spoke to him in I believe all gas they don't have the date in front of me while choosing his words carefully this from John Solomon Murphy made clear by his own account that Ukraine currently enjoyed bipartisan support for US aid but that could be jeopardized if the new president acquiesce to request by president trump to investigate past corruption allegation involving Americans including Joe Biden what is that. can somebody help me on that what is that did he not just threaten aid. Murphy boasted after the meeting that he told the new Ukrainian leader that the U. S. aid was his country's most important asset and it would be viewed as election meddling and disastrous for long term U. S. Ukrainian relations to bend to the wishes of Donald Trump. I told the Lynskey that he should not insert himself or his government into American politics I cautioned him that complying with the demands of the president's campaign representatives to investigate a political rival of the president would gravely damage U. S. Ukrainian relationship there are a few things Republicans and Democrats agree on in Washington these days and support for the Ukraine is one of them so here's his message. investigate Ukraine dealings with Joe Biden and his son and you're not going to get any aid. now that's current so they just did exactly what they accuse the president of doing. but the president was looking for something else so you have to understand he is not obsessed with Hillary Clinton she's a loser and he knows it and he doesn't spend any time thinking about people he thinks are losers. what he is thinking about is and she did it for a reason he's an illegitimate president she knows that will bother him at night it will bother him in everything he does he that will stick to him. and he will make mistakes because he will be so preoccupied with their saying I'm a little illegitimate president I'm not an illegitimate president. so they're trying she specifically chose those words. because she's trying to get underneath his skin and it will work. now. I wanna give me a couple of other things. of what Donald Trump is actually looking for he's not obsessed with Clinton. he's obsessed with the DNC's investigation into the Russia thing. he's obsessed with that because it didn't happen and and how he is how did how did this how did this happen he believes he was set up. now I'm gonna give you some clear cut evidence that that is true. this is this on top of the Biden thing the Biden thing is what everybody's concentrating on that's not what you should focus on and I'll give you some of that evidence in one minute. the family that I love and that means I have a number of people.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on KTOK

"Give me the strength. give me the strength to listen to about thirty five seconds of Hillary Clinton this weekend on Sunday morning CBS listen I believe he knows he's an illegitimate president he knows he knows that there were a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out the way it did then I take responsibility for those parts of it that I should but Jane was like applying for a job and getting sixty six million letters of recommendation and losing to a corrupt human tornado and so I know that he knows that this wasn't on the level I don't know that we'll ever know everything that happened but clearly we know a lot and are learning more everyday and history will probably sort it all out so Chris is obsessed with me and. that it's a guilty conscience and so much as he has a conscience he doesn't think of you Hillary he doesn't when he obsesses over the election it's not about Hillary Clinton it's about the corruption of the Democrats and the way they played he's not but he Hilary you or the worst candidate in my lifetime and maybe in several back generations I mean my shoe could have beaten you. there's no mystery here yeah that's why you lost yeah I wish you all she's horrible horrible further than I've heard her go though she's saying the election was not legitimate remember the yeah before it was that Donald Trump was gonna say it wasn't legitimate yes do you remember this yes you member how they spent that the press spent weeks talking about what a scary thing it was a one of a major presidential candidates would say dare say that if they lost the other side we cheated yeah right yeah here this what you say well saying we don't know how will he cheated that's what was accused someone of a major crime what was the deal with the media they're they're claiming that the birth certificate stuff claim that he was an illegitimate president well yeah that's exactly what it was and you had a problem with it and that's why we didn't report on I do I mean we we did our homework on it and we found it to be a valid birth certificate but those people who kept going with the the non valid birth certificate look it could have been changed but it was C. I. A. they changed it good. they're doing the same thing. this is just their birth certificate thing but here's the here's the problem. the birth certificate the president could have done it could go to solve that right away he could have released that thing right away but it helped Obama it helped him because it made anybody who is opposed to him they could throw him into birther categories where I was a number thirty your number third but we were birthers right was is a handy way to do car as enemies correct okay so that's why they kept that thing going for as long as they did now what are they doing here. with the birth certificate it was Obama's prerogative to release that certificate whatever he wanted okay he held it back. this is not only a false claim this is what they did. this is what they did he was he was involved in Russia let me give you some new information now on the Ukraine scandal with that with the DNC we're doing a special with plays TV and the episodes begin tonight. tonight where talking to you about what you need to know what your questions are because I want to make sure that on Thursday this special hits everything that it needs to hit. on Tuesday we're going into Biden and Ukraine on Wednesday Biden and China then on Thursday will do a special behind the scenes at five o'clock and then Thursday night at eight thirty central time nine thirty eastern we're going to do a special Ukraine the Democrats Russia. now why are we calling it the Democrats Russia. when John Solomon was doing his research on the Russian. collusion story what about a year and a half ago. he had gone over to the Ukraine because some of the information was coming from the Ukraine. and so you when he's looking at it he was asking for the Ukrainians to help did it come from you know where was it where they've Democrats involved. so he was satisfied that Donald Trump was not involved with Russia. and that he had not colluded with Russia to get dirt on it Hillary Clinton. the last thing that this source in Ukraine said to a John Solomon was when John said okay so there's really nothing to see here. the guy looked at him and said shook his head and said you don't get it Ukraine. is the Democrats Russia. everything that they said Donald Trump was doing they were doing in Russia and the evidence is a little overwhelming. at this point I imagine what could happen and the evidence you could get if you're looking for it let me give you a couple of things. first. Chris Murphy in from Connecticut he's a Democrat from Connecticut. he called or went over to the land ski and he wanted to make sure that the Ukrainian the new Ukrainian president knew exactly what the deal was now it he spoke to him in I believe all gas they don't have the date in front of me while choosing his words carefully this from John Solomon Murphy made clear by his own account that Ukraine currently enjoyed bipartisan support for US aid but that could be jeopardized if the new president acquiesce to request by president trump to investigate past corruption allegation involving Americans including Joe Biden what is that. can somebody help me on that what is that did he not just threatening aid. Murphy boasted after the meeting that he told the new Ukrainian leader that the U. S. aid was his country's most important asset and it would be viewed as election meddling and disastrous for long term U. S. Ukrainian relations to bend to the wishes of Donald Trump. I told the Lynskey that he should not insert himself or his government into American politics I cautioned him that complying with the demands of the president's campaign representatives to investigate a political rival of the president would gravely damage U. S. Ukrainian relationship there are a few things Republicans and Democrats agree on in Washington these days and support for the Ukraine is one of them so here's his message. investigate Ukraine dealings with Joe Biden and his son and you're not going to get any aid. now that's current so they just did exactly what they accuse the president of doing. but the president was looking for something else so you have to understand he is not obsessed with Hillary Clinton she's a loser and he knows it and he doesn't spend any time thinking about people he thinks are losers. what he is thinking about is and she did it for a reason he's an illegitimate president she knows that will bother him at night it will bother him in everything he does he that will stick to him. and he will make mistakes because he will be so preoccupied with their saying I'm a little illegitimate president I'm not an illegitimate president. so they're trying she specifically chose those words. because she's trying to get underneath his skin and it will work. now. I'm gonna give you a couple of other things. of what Donald Trump is actually looking for he's not obsessed with Clinton. he's obsessed with the DNC's investigation into the Russia thing. he's obsessed with that because it didn't happen and and how he is how did how did this how did this happen he believes he was set up. now I'm gonna give you some clear cut evidence that that is true. this is this on top of the Biden thing the Biden thing is what everybody's concentrating on that's not what you should focus on and I'll give you some of that evidence in one minute. the family that I love and that means I.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Give me the strength. give me the strength to listen to about thirty five seconds of Hillary Clinton this weekend on Sunday morning CBS I believe he knows he's an illegitimate president he knows he knows that there were a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out the way it did and I take responsibility for those parts of it that I should but Jane was like applying for a job and getting sixty six million letters of recommendation and losing to a corrupt human tornado and so I know that he knows that this wasn't on the level I don't know that we'll ever know everything that happened but clearly we know a lot and are learning more everyday and history will probably sort it all out so Chris is obsessed with me and. that it's a guilty conscience and so much as he has a conscience he doesn't think of you Hillary he doesn't when he obsesses over the election is not about Hillary Clinton it's about the corruption of the Democrats and the way they played he's not but he Hilary you or the worst candidate in my lifetime and maybe in several back generations I mean my shoe could have beaten you. there's no mystery here yeah that's why you lost she lost she's horrible horrible further than I've heard her go though she's saying the election was not legitimate remember the yeah before it was that Donald Trump was gonna say it was legitimate yes do you remember this yes you member how they spent that the press spent weeks talking about what a scary thing it was a one of a major presidential candidates would say dare say that if they lost the other side we cheated yeah right yeah here this was the second one saying we don't know how will he cheated that's what was accused someone of a major crime what was the deal with the media they're they're claiming that the birth certificate stuff claim that he was an illegitimate president well yes that's exactly what it was and you had a problem with it and that's why we didn't report on it I mean we we did our homework on it we found it to be a valid birth certificate but those people who kept going with the the non valid birth certificate look it could have been changed up but it was C. I. A. they changed it good they're doing the same thing. this is just their birth certificate thing but here's the here's the problem. the birth certificate the president could have done it could go to solve that right away he could have released that thing right away but it helped Obama it helped him because it made anybody who is opposed to him they could throw into birther categories where I was a number thirty your number third but we were birthers right was is a handy way to do car as enemies correct okay so that's why they kept that thing going for as long as they did now what is he doing here. with the birth certificate it was Obama's prerogative to release that certificate whatever he wanted okay he held it back. this is not only a false claim this is what they did. what they did he was he was involved in Russia let me give you some new information now on the Ukraine scandal with said with the DNC we're doing a special with blaze TV and the the episodes beginning tonight. tonight where talking to you about what you need to know what your questions are because I want to make sure that on Thursday this special hits everything that it needs to hit. on Tuesday we're going into Biden and Ukraine on Wednesday Biden and China then on Thursday will do a special behind the scenes at five o'clock and then the Thursday night at eight thirty central time nine thirty eastern we're going to do a special Ukraine the Democrats Russia. now what are we calling it the Democrats Russia. when John Solomon was doing his research on the Russian. collusion story what about a year and a half ago. he had gone over to the Ukraine because some of the information was coming from the Ukraine. and so you when he's looking at it he was asking for the Ukrainians to help did it come from you know where was it where they've Democrats involved. so he was satisfied that Donald Trump was not involved with Russia. and that he had not colluded with Russia to get dirt on it Hillary Clinton. the last thing that this source in Ukraine sad to a John Solomon was when John said okay so there's really nothing to see here. the guy looked at him and said shook his head and said you don't get it Ukraine. is the Democrats Russia. everything that they said Donald Trump was doing they were doing in Russia and the evidence is a little overwhelming. at this point imagine what could happen and the evidence you could get if you're looking for it let me give you a couple of things. first. Chris Murphy in from Connecticut he's a Democrat from Connecticut. he called or went over to the land ski and he wanted to make sure that the Ukrainian the new Ukrainian president knew exactly what the deal was now it he spoke to him in I believe all gas they don't have the date in front of me while choosing his words carefully this from John Solomon Murphy made clear by his own account that Ukraine currently enjoyed bipartisan support for US aid but that could be jeopardized if the new president acquiesce to request by president trump to investigate past corruption allegation involving Americans including Joe Biden what is that. can somebody help me on that what is that did he not just threaten aid. Murphy boasted after the meeting that he told the new Ukrainian leader that the U. S. aid was his country's most important asset and it would be viewed as election meddling and disastrous for long term U. S. Ukrainian relations to bend to the wishes of Donald Trump. I told the Lynskey that he should not insert himself or his government into American politics I cautioned him that complying with the demands of the president's campaign representatives to investigate a political rival of the president would gravely damage U. S. Ukrainian relationship there are a few things Republicans and Democrats agree on in Washington these days and support for the Ukraine is one of them so here's his message. investigate Ukraine dealings with Joe Biden and his son and you're not going to get any aid. now that's current so they just did exactly what they accuse the president of doing. but the president was looking for something else so you have to understand he is not obsessed with Hillary Clinton she's a loser and he knows it and he doesn't spend any time thinking about people he thinks are losers. what he is thinking about is and she did it for a reason he's an illegitimate president she knows that will bother him at night it will bother him in everything he does he that will stick to him. and he will make mistakes because he will be so preoccupied with their saying I'm a little illegitimate president I'm not an illegitimate president. so they're trying she specifically chose those words. because she's trying to get underneath his skin and it will work. now. I'm gonna give you a couple of other things. of what Donald Trump is actually looking for he's not obsessed with Clinton. he's obsessed with the DNC's investigation into the Russia thing. he's obsessed with that because it didn't happen and and how he is how did how did this how did this happen he believes he was set up. now I'm gonna give you some clear cut evidence that that is true. this is this on top of the Biden thing the Biden thing is what everybody's concentrating on that's not what you should focus on and I'll give you some of that evidence in one minute. the family that I love and that means I.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on KOMO

"Washington nineteen California seventeen thirty five seconds left in the fourth quarter. the Huskies. have their fifteen game home winning streak on the line twenty one and that one of the last twenty two home games. to. but with thirty five seconds left third and goal of helping at the four yard line right now for now. for brown he'll try to get to the end zone. I think he's in where the market. officials appear to be marking it half for your to sign. I thought he scored at first glance. but it looks like they're marking it down at the half yard line with twenty seconds left. why'd they stop the climb. for the. you have to burn them last time out. and they do so with eighteen seconds left the ball is literally. I needs from the goal line right now. the runner restored. and off goes to brown on third and goal. good footwork through traffic he got hit hard by Wellington wild over and. in a dry run gold in a cross the line as well I I think he might score you can't see from that angle definitive. over the call of the field is that he's down and I can be able to overturn that one up based on what we've seen so far here's a goal line. you just can't locate the ball the video evidence you just can't see where the football it is those bodies continue to trudge across the goal line. so it does get a field goal here. the Huskies can also they can always answer with another field yell and get the win this is a very important ruling right here very much so. whether or not they want to give cal six points and there's no way they can with any of these views that we have seen nothing that we've seen suggests but. there's more of an aerial view of the play. I mean this brown is a good running back and keep that a lot of resistance looks. the twenty seven. so now there's a lot of pressure on this even though it's just a field goal. Snapple it's a seventeen yard field goal from an angle. almost you never see this. so Greg Thomas twelve for seventeen last year on field goals including two against your job. the twelve to ten win over the Huskies in Berkeley. try to kick the game winner for sale here with twenty seconds left. Stephen suits the backup will hold it. maybe somebody along the line to block it for the Huskies. near the left has more. this is a seventeen yard field goal for the win. well for the lead Washington nineteen seventeen with seventeen seconds left on the clock is running right now LSD is never full time now. call it now. thirty. Washington it's a thirty second. that's kind of weird they they you started the clock again how come at twenty seconds after reviewing the play and the husky sure to call time out six seconds left the same eight seconds that's costly. that's good and all these guys in that situation Chris Peterson didn't wait and I think it's more to ice the kicker freeze the kicker at that point in time I could have been he was trying to get the attention of officials earlier. he definitely was very demonstrative going down and trying to get that thing called. I mean if this chick goes through you need those eight seconds every second possible. we'll see. Greg Thomas for a seventeen yard field goal attempts. a sore bangles. the left has more. dogs need to twelve seconds left on the clock. the lead for the golden bears good staff good hold take is on the way. with eight seconds left six of twenty nineteen lead on a seven yard field goal by Greg Thomas. well. it could be sin is our quarterback he might be able to throw it. in our house you're always so even when your team's away this is Miller's ale house and we are the house of football. we're broadcasting every NFL game every week all season long on over sixty TV and we've got all the food and drink specials including your choice of an order of.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Hi everyone and on today's podcast we have travis delory a who's who the fellow canadian and he's really jack of all trades aides right you you. You have a show called ultimate tag show right. Where are we on fox primetime. It'd be released. Ill premier rear basically after the super bowl. Oh yeah and i thought a bad time slot now. It's gonna be good now pretty good. He's also a social media maven he. He is a skydiver <hes> a fitness model. I mean the list goes on and on and on but your overall like a really strong entrepreneur and and i mean there's a lot of different ways. We can like skin this cat so to speak cat fan so i used that little analogies you do you love cats so travis mr interesting because you have a million people following you on social media and you know that's. It was all natural organic gannon time right. Now i feel when a lot of people are kind of disingenuous about it because there's such pressure with everybody to feel like they have a huge social media following winging that they have influence. Can you kind of share some of your. I guess your strategy and how people can build a following naturally early like you did yeah absolutely i mean it's such a such a new industry. That's evolving so fast that even when you learn something changes the next next day so scary about and you see so much in the news and these companies in these conglomerates buying each other up like facebook bought up instagram and they wanted to buy snapchat and they wanted all changing and morphing but yeah each platform has different unique flavors to it has things from attention attention span like what people expect when they go onto the platform what they're looking for how long they'll spend watching content. These are all particular things that people don't don't realize for example like when you go on instagram you only have the attention span for maybe ten to thirty five seconds and you'll oh interesting in the first five seconds. You're just gonna keep scrolling right. Social media is really damaged. Our attention spans so i speak so it's just like we don't have any honestly and now it's just you know it's becoming worse now. They have to talk as well which again it's short form content in short form video content and that's crushing to over the next fastest growing platform so i've i've started on there so i've got one point two million on facebook facebook. I've got close to a million on instagram and then tick tock just started in a very unique. It's another whole take on on and it's got a different type of demographic and a different type of vibe to it. I just started. I got thirty thousand so you can actually grow fast on that one which is a little more refreshing than to to the instagram right now well. You're going fast but like this is. What's interesting about you. I want i wanted to kind of release. Speak about this social media growth and <hes> the strategy marketing whatever behind it is because you moved here from canada right and it wasn't that you were a big well known actor or you weren't doing something anywhere. You weren't like you know taking all and make them make them like a massive influence what it is asked right and with you. It happened really early fast and like i think actually surprisingly happens really fast with a lot of people is just some people don't know how to utilize it after his happening or understand what to do with <unk> absolutely but why do you think it happens really fast with some people and not really fast like some people can't get arrested. I mean they try. They used higher social media strategists..

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tomorrow take in may thirty five seconds left Florida state will have lost three openers in a role for the first time since the seventies and Boise state will win their fifth opener a role for coach Larson and the Broncos will battle back twenty seconds left they don't have to write another play the Broncos exploding off the sidelines fifteen seconds to go and this one's going to go in the win column for the Broncos thirty six the thirty one over Florida state unbelievable Bobbi alert Learfield IMG college true freshman Hank back Meyer through four four old seven and a touchdown Robert my hold ran for one forty two and a pair of scores Boise state came back my eighteen point deficit to knock off Florida state thirty six thirty one a game moved from Jacksonville Tallahassee due to hurricane Dorian at Florida state gave back a thirty one thirteen Lee losses season opener for the third straight time Boise defeated a power five team for that six times since the twenty fourteen season Knowles put those thirty one points up in the first half were scoreless in the second half their coach Willie Taggart that those big lives we understand they're disappointed we are too city state what is or will get out is from should adding and again we can't sit around and just talk about it we got a bill about it we got to do it on the football field and I tell our fans of like until you are just one game will not to find those are guys going to bounce back in and we'll make them produce football team UFC sophomore JT Daniel suffered an apparent leg injury in the second quarter against Fresno state did not return he was replaced by true freshman hit on slow as the four time recruit from Arizona the four star recruit I should say and they held off Fresno state thirty one twenty three Kelly brides first start as Missouri quarterback had the former Clemson tiger throwing for four twenty three and two touchdowns but he also produced a costly fumble and interception Mizzou was beaten by Wyoming thirty seven thirty one in a game where they were favored by over two touchdowns in nearly one in the final minutes from a new quarterback in a new spot to a pair of new coach is less miles made his Kansas coaching debut in the Jayhawks going with just over two minutes to go to take out Indiana state twenty four seventeen I don't know that I've enjoyed a group of men and the team and their effort in the more than one line chores for here today tonight small what time our earliest this it's not the money.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Jack in what's that make Macon Georgia great to have you hi rush to get my call how are you I'm doing well Sir thank you ready for the weekend but doing well either my my friend I am a long time listener third time caller I first looked at you in Richmond Virginia in the year of our lord nineteen hundred ninety four you there rush yeah I'm time is time is all about here yeah I got a thirty thirty five seconds I got one question never asked after the school shooting for mass shooting which is a poignant question is is this did they go to church were the parents of the take the kids to church the root of a lot of our kind of cultural decline is the speculation our society that start at sixty you know when you got out no wait wait wait wait wait one exception to this one major being time exception to this they don't mention if the if the purpose didn't go to church you're right but if the purpose did and still shot up people they will never let you forget Russia threatens to get my call how are you I'm doing well Sir thank you ready for the weekend but doing well either my my friend I am a long time listener third time caller I first listened to you.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That make Macon Georgia great to have you hi rushed to get my call how are you I'm doing well Sir thank you ready for the weekend but doing well Adam on my friend I am a long time listener third time caller first listen to you in Richmond Virginia in the year of our lord nineteen hundred ninety four you there rush yeah time is time is a when I hear ya got about thirty thirty five seconds I got one question never accessibility school shootings are mass shootings which is a poignant question is is this did they go to church were the parents as they take the kids to church route a lot of our kind of cultural decline is the speculation our society that darkness sixty where we got out no wait wait wait wait wait one exception to this one major being time exception to this they don't mention if the if the purpose didn't go to church you're right but if the per diem and still shot up people they will never let you forget it if they can claim the purple Janet in the name of they will remind you all the time so you're right if the purpose doesn't go to Churchill never hear about the purple did end or if the purpose families a bunch of holy rollers you will never hear reach to fight them much talent to succeed rush on the key I Washington's mall W. M. Washington comes.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I'm playbook. Yeah. It's huge. You're going to be practicing that every single day. I would I would think that you would have to now they are doing some interesting stuff with the clock like outside two minute drill. The clock will run continuously. So during this time the clock would only stop. During a change of possession in the XFL. You get four time outs to be given to a team in a half as opposed to the standard three. Arena fleet. Pass keeps the clock running. Yes. Okay. So clock running outside of two minute drill. Only change of possession. Play clock will be thirty seconds long measured from the end of the previous play. So it's the shortest of any US league the original XFL as well. As the af went thirty five seconds arena. Football thirty two and F L in college use forty the CFO uses twenty seconds. But times it from the spotting of the ball which in practice can add up to fifteen seconds in between plays. Now. The one thing they did say is there instant replays will be limited to thirty seconds. Great great policy. Now that is I don't know if it's functional. Because you're going to have to make some quick decisions. Any better have some people who really understand a playbook? That's different from the NFL's. You know, the clock stuff is very interesting. But again, you know, you're you're probably have a play clock overtime. But you know, I don't know or do you just turn it off? I mean, I would have to think game clock off play clock on in terms of ping-pong and back and forth. Overtime. You would think it would be an untimely situation with pretty quick short play clocks. You would think they also have a proposed rule that would require offensive linemen excluding these snapper to not put their hand on the ground. So it would. Outlaw able to essentially outlaw the three point stance. I don't think that's going to happen. I'll tell you. Why injury? Because you want to run the ball. You gotta you gotta Lau guys to get down and get flat back. You're going to end up. I think that's going to end up. But it's interesting that they're least talking about it. To be safer. I don't think. So I think what I think what they're doing is because of the speed of the play clock. They're trying to produce people to throw the ball fifty sixty times sprint football feel. And that's why they're and that's why you keep the clock running because there's probably gonna be a ton of incompletions. But let it run let it run. Let it run interesting. I mean that overtime things pretty wild though. Isn't it? I never heard anything like it. I've never had all hours of phone calls. We took last week, by the way and time for a man. I never heard anyone suggest even a part of that a slice of that writing even remotely like it, very very interesting to them on creativity. Well, they're they're really putting some thought into making sure this XFL is different than stands out. All right. Our weekend. Whatnot comes up next including stuff that we can say about our moms as mother's day is coming up this weekend. Let's get updated and everything in the world of sports. Here's darwin's. Sports play all right breath. No NBA playoffs today. But to game seven tomorrow to determine the last two teams in the conference finals first up, it's the nuggets and blazers in Denver, Portland one on their home floor to force the winner. Take all a game seven Nikolai Yokich knows at being at home doesn't guarantee anything that chance before I've been east wants like nothing matters but game seven, and then, you know, taking this step to the next level..

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In this company. David thirty five seconds banks long short banks after a non two thousand eighteen let's call it lawn. I think reaching you're seeing there. Bruce, improved their. See get if you look at the filings like citizens financial. High single digit loan growth. That's kind of financial I want. And offered. David very valuable. Thank you, much, David sourby within core there. And of course, really a lifelong commitment to doing the exact opposite of what everybody else does which is look at mid Cavs pull this is a huge deal. I mean, the fact is most of the democrat search shows mid-caps unloved by the media chitchat all of it and its place to be and and they're also unloved by Wall Street Thomas as equity research on the street continues contract. What are the names that are losing research sponsorship small mechanics love that you brought that up like if I look at deluxe check, which I mentioned earlier just completely random alphabetical? Oh my God. The coverage on a street is huge that three people coming. Yeah. And the companies are desperate for sponsorship desperate for research support of. And I don't think this is what the regulators wanted when they kind the regulated side three people fought them apples got like no one following how about fifty four adding value through forty four people adding value on the sell side. On a PL another mid cap. This is Bloomberg. Good morning. This is what percentage of global GDP is the United States half two-thirds. Guess again America is just twenty four percent, which means that seventy six percent of global GDP comes from outside of the United States Oppenheimer funds believes opportunity. Look similar in every language with almost fifty years of experience investing beyond borders to find tomorrow's opportunities. Oppenheimer funds knows the horizon isn't a boundary. It's an invitation find out more at oppenheimerfund dot com slash global..

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One thousand NBA game. Turns back the clock slam dunk. Motto out here. Jump circle screen by Aldrich cuts. Right. Stops of Elaine. Leans and turnaround chopper. By ten one hundred ninety. From forcing canes five with us opening-round series. Crafted rebound. In the back pocket. There will be no sweep and San Antonio. With thirty five seconds to go. Tops and left wing mills left. Thirteen. Off the bench. Body parts. Tuesday in Oakland. Tastes. What? Ninety..

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two thirty five second time. They'd run them into the post. He looks pretty good competent down there. Andrei to Washington, and he's got a couple of three sets at the woods, high left woods holds it. Looks spots west popping out on top against foul zone. Western out straight off three. It's no good rebound tip throughout the troll by Yang and out. To Jackson on the luck. Based like he shot woods feeds. Abouts Jackson spots. Young again. Forty two thirty five to seven point game rotation it in rotate down. Tertre walks. It up for the Wildcats inside twelve minutes. Now, here's law low left low right rather law bows zone. Luck pocket three. No good. The rebound Jackson. The other way for the buckeyes Jackson stop ago dribble. All the way out of the pay turns it out Andrei western fakes of the three dozen take it gives Jackson Jackson driving turns the corner scoops. What up rebound law? Thirty to go law to charter spot up three. No good tiptop, pardon their muscles it up at layoff by Derek partner. Off the offensive rebound as the second leading offensive rebound or the big tatty gets to there. And it's a five point game forty to thirty seven thousand kept that alive. He's really active on the board. Washington left baseline cut off by Tertre zip back out to Jackson against Miller cop. Jackson dribbles left. Washington fake traffic needs it at a quarter woods for three rows headed out. Rebound tertre. Turner almost lost at bringing the ball up the floor. That's a cop. He'll trial three. No, good rebound. Audrey was. Forty two thirty settled is Jackson leaves it Audrey wash four three no rebound law. He got fouled that will get us to a Todd out with Ted thirty four to out..

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"It looks like he's working steel cages against Bigelow and Shawn Michaels as well as regular matches against both of them and even the undertaker on the house show loop and that gets us to king of the ring which is June twenty fifth and Philadelphia diesel and bam. Bam would be to talk and and seventeen minutes and thirty five seconds. Not a great match star in a half was this attack bats because diesel was fresh off elbow surgery. Yes. It was it was just to try and protect him. And the, you know, here's the the quandary that we're having is sid in house shows is going out and working with Sean and they're tearing the house down, right? He's got a much smaller opponent. Work with he's bumping and flying all over for him and making him look like a million bucks. Unfortunately, when you put sit in with the bigger guy that can't bump and fly for him that way, it it just is is a clash in makes him look less. Then. So it's just that was the dilemma of trying to get him with the right opponent. And it was the same dilemma with diesel yet. Get him with the right opponents for them to look the monsters. We wanted them to be coming out of king of the ring sits back with these little organs from regular matches and cage matches. And then eventually we get to the July twenty third in your house to in Nashville Tennessee is in the main event in a lumberjack match for the world title against diesel. We'll see a lot of lumberjack matches these days. They got ten minutes and two seconds. It gets half a star in the observer, I guess this is supposed to be the blow off of their feud. What did you think of this is this a lumberjack match just to camouflage? What these guys can't do? Yes. Smile and wave boys smile and waves if there's enough shit going on outside the ring and.

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"And apply your services. Well, obviously, I'm honoring my contract to. Yes. PIN and ESPN is honoring the contract as they interpret it with, you know, all the rights of that that that they have that they've had forced and it expires the first week basically next season twenty nineteen season. They happen willing in certain instances like Westwood One to allow me to work a certain number of games. And when I go to these games. I mean, I do it because I love the game. I love what I did is frustrating. Not to be able to do it wherever I want and to continue my career on my own terms. That's very frustrating to me. I I recognize it could be worse if I weren't getting paid my SPN salary. So I'm grateful for that part of it. But it's frustrating to go to games, and you know, see people doing the job that that I that I love to do. And then I thought I did at the highest level and and prevented from. Doing for a period in excess of two years. So I am a year to get back out there and get an opportunity to do again. If somebody's willing to create that that platform for me again. But I I love being at the games. I can't tell you how much I love interacting with teams. And and that's why I have taken these opportunities. It's one, and I'm really grateful that they contacted me almost immediately. So great professional broadcasting organization that I think does it exactly the right way. But to me, the value is to get in front of the players and be in communication directly with coaches and players GM's and owners that's invaluable to me as I as I wait for my contract to expire. So it's it's been great to be at the games. And and I'm fortunate to have the opportunities of had, but it's frustrating not to be able to do it every week you anticipate this season at some point two thousand nineteen regular season that will see you somewhere on TV working for somebody. Well, I'm I'm not the name in this business that you are. So I don't expect to have as many pursuers, and you have. Onto land as well as you have having turned down other options, and I turned down a few things myself. But I can only hope so I mean, I I've thought about, you know, this is obviously a time to consider reinvention and doing something else when you're fifty seven years old, and you've been forced out for for a couple of years and given the way the industry's going. It's so unpredictable. But ultimately, I decided that I really love what I do. And that would be my first preference would be to do exactly what I was doing before covering games every weekend, you know, trying to break news at context perspective and go in the studio, and and and at whatever I can to those shows. So I automatically liked to consider the opportunity to still do that going forward. Whether that opportunity presents itself to me is really not totally in my control. I'm doing everything I can to make sure that happens, and I've had conversations with people. Who could hire me when my contract is up. And I I wouldn't even rule out ESPN at this point since there's been a management change. But I I just it's too early really to know and worder wishy luck year knowledge fills the time. I think it's I think it's always great. When you see people on TV who you say. Okay. Look, I know they're only going to be they're going to be speaking for the next thirty five seconds. But I know I'm gonna learn something from the in those thirty five seconds. So you better listen, that's always been the case with you wherever you land, albeit listening, and I really appreciate you being on the podcast. Well, thanks for having me a guest again. I appreciate your support. And I've always believed in letting my information be the star. And so that would be my philosophy going forward..

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"thirty five seconds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five seconds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The friday. We think on the one freeway. I got. Yeah. I had a policy that if I was on the freeway, and I saw a blow me up Tom sticker on a guy's truck. I would not getting anywhere near him. Because I know he probably didn't have insurance. It was amazing. It was remarkable is how is he their leader? How do all of these people right blow me up? How did they not with their eyes on that guy and go that's the guy? That's been me voice. Friday words, he's the he's the guy with the advice. Look he was married five times. He wasn't saying do what I do. He says look, I know what not to do. Right. Right. I've screwed up, and I'll tell you how not to do this. Stupid sunglasses indoors. I always have a special place in my heart for because I was out here on thanksgiving. My dad was back east all my family. It wasn't married at the time. And all my family was gone. And I had nowhere to go for thanksgiving, and like his call beyond Wednesday at home, and I just started working in radio. And he says I got nothing to do for thanksgiving. I'm having the the boys over the house people that house, would you believe you're welcome to come over. And I went over to his house. It was one of the greatest thanksgivings ever. So he's a good guy before you go. If you don't mind, hey money. It's bender in the newsroom. Yeah. Give me thirty five seconds on what the Rams need to do to beat the saints this weekend. So I can repurpose it for wakeup call. Sure. Here we go. Gunned down the by you look back to the regular season in these two teams tangled and after digging themselves in a deep all the Rams offense was able to tie that thing up at thirty five apiece. Jared Goff for three ninety one read clutch downs, and they pick if I remember correctly or maybe it was four touchdowns and zero interceptions. Whatever the cave Goff acquitted himself well on the road and seemed to like that fast track. So I suspect if they just do what they did. And that regular season game with this newfound power running it back. The Rams are going to have a great chance to get out of the super dome with a plane ticket punch to woodland. Aw. Thank you. You got a press record next time. Do it again. He didn't come on. I got one more thing for you guys. Let's go the the clash what the casbah. Oh, yeah. Yes. So it's a we lad I would run around the head with my favorite song. My absolute favorite song. When I was a kid. I had combat rock. I I had a vinyl as a matter of fact, and I would run around the house screaming. Sure. Rain on my head..

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College football scores this week

CBS Sports Radio

01:08 min | 3 years ago

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

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Who is Noah Centineo From 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'?

Ryan Seacrest

01:36 min | 4 years ago

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

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