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"thirty four hours" Discussed on WTOP
"Overnight it's great to have you here on w t o everything you need every time you listen to w t l p producers desk is wired by i b e w local twenty six where electrical contractors come to grow speak resorted swan herrera is our producer top stories were following for you tonight campaign twenty twenty three on w t yuppie l polls closed in virginia where it's primary night voters have been choosing candidates for dozens of state house and senate seats there are several primaries for commonwealth's attorney in northern virginia let's take you live tonight for the latest to the election desk w t l p's nick i nellie symmetry results are coming in now or watching the more impactful races in northern virginia you just mentioned some of them there were seen in the democratic primary for loudoun county commonwealth's attorney with about seventy percent of the votes counted already being company pubic buta bibirai is ahead of her launcher elizabeth lancaster fifty five percent of forty five percent so she's doing well in county we're following another democratic primary for commonwealth's attorney only about seven percent of the vote counted in arlington the incumbent perissa the gunny tafti is ahead of her challenger josh catcher fifty to forty nine percent a close one there for now there are various races for seats in the state senate house and of delegates also county board seats in arlington fairfax park here in prince william counties for open an state senate seat in loudon and fauquier counties the thirty -first district russet perry is leading by a very wide margin in a democratic primary ahead of his opponent zachary cummings sixty three to thirty seven percent in that race live at the election desk nick einelli wtop news stay with us here for live updates from nick all evening and of course is wtop dot com for more the other story big we're following this half hour the huge development in the legal case involving hunter biden the son of the current president the president's son is copying a plea that will keep him out of prison president biden's son hunter has agreed to a plea deal which wraps up a five -year investigation biden will plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges and admit to illegally possessing a gun while being a drug user what this indicates is that this is where they could get an agreement this is where they if they went to trial could show proof beyond a reasonable doubt hunter biden will have to appear before a judge to enter the plea deal the prosecutor who is a holdover from the trump administration is expected to recommend probation the gun charge would be removed after two years if biden completes a diversion program cbs news correspondent skylar was asked about the deal during an event in california and of course says he is supporting his son i'm very proud of my son a lawyer for hunter biden says hunter believes it's important to take responsibility for these mistakes which were made while he was struggling with addiction republicans in congress though are sharply criticizing hunter biden's plea deal more from w -t -o -p's mitchell miller today on the hill house speaker kevin mccarthy and gop lawmakers are calling it a sweetheart deal arguing it's an example of the double legal standard the first family receives mccarthy also also tells reporters it won't slow a house investigation into the bidens actually should enhance our investigation because the doj should not be able to withhold any information now the the chair of the house oversight committee james comer says hunter biden is getting a slap on the wrist and vows to press ahead with his investigation into the first family's business dealings on capitol hill mitchell miller wtop opie news seven thirty three another major story tonight a trial date now set in former president trump's thirty seven count classified documents case trial date to put it mildly is tentative it set for august fourteenth at the federal courthouse back in fort pierce florida this tentative because there will almost certainly be calls for delays and legal challenges pushed this back for months the judge in the case is a trump appointee eileen canon it'll be her her case in her courtroom cbs news correspondent scott mcfarlane and we're set to check in with the hill to talk about this case more of the trial date now set that's at seven forty five tonight about ten minutes away so stay for with your us whole drive or ask your smart speaker at home to play w t o p there's also an update state on the former president's criminal case in manhattan prosecutors there say donald trump and his lawyers have shown evidence to support their claims that the judge in his hush money case has an anti -trump bias prosecutors urge judge one more shot to reject their demands that he stepped aside from the case a court ethics panel also recently issued an opinion that a judge in mershon's situation wouldn't have to recuse himself former president trump's lawyers are also seeking to move the case to a federal court which would eliminate mershon from the judicial equation a federal judge has scheduled a june twenty seventh hearing on that request fox news channel has named anchors brett bear and martha mccallum as the moderators of the first gop primary presidential later debate this summer it set for august twenty third in milwaukee whether front -runner donald trump will take party still in question he has hinted he might not show up to that one we are in day three of for the search the for missing submersible disappeared during a trip to see the titanic record site five people are inside that vessel the international search has covered more than ten thousand square miles but coastguard captain jamie frederick says there's no sign of the sub known as the titan which put to sea sunday morning it's oxygen supply could run out thursday and frederick says the effort to find those aboard will continue both on and below the surface frankly that makes an incredibly complex operation the coastguard remains in the lead and the national security council's john kirby a retired two -star admiral says the navy is on standby they have some deep water capabilities that the coastguard wouldn't necessarily have one expert says if the titan did drop to the seabed very very few vessels can get that deep saga remegony washington we are told there is about thirty four hours of oxygen left we'll keep you updated on wtop president biden has been in california as we mentioned he's been meeting with some of the biggest names in tech about the continuing growth of artificial intelligence and he tells reporters it's already changing american life ai is already making it to let's drive our destinations while avoiding traffic in real time ai is going to change the easy way we teach learn and help solve challenges like disease and climate change the is trying to limit potential dangers of the technology including the fueling of misinformation privacy and possible job losses arkansas's ban on gender affirming care for minors violates the u .s. constitution that's the ruling of a federal judge tonight arkansas's ban was the first in the nation on that care for children state has been blocked from enforcing it since twenty twenty one of the judge considered a challenge to the measure the law prohibited doctors from providing gender affirming hormone treatment puberty blockers or surgery to anyone younger than eighteen the ban had been widely criticized by medical groups coming up here on the student loan payment pause now has an end date stay with us on w t l p this is george wallace weather the is not going to get any better than this so if you've been putting off replacing that roof don't wait any longer pick the up phone and call patrick fingles at new look home design and he'll take care of you don't hesitate wait too long because this month not only is new look offering fifty percent off all roofing materials they're 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"thirty four hours" Discussed on WTOP
"Money dot com right the polls polls are closed in virginia's primaries if people got in line in time of course they can vote we've got the latest on the stakes this november coming up throughout the night president biden's son hunter will plead guilty in a deal that means will probably avoid prison time in a tax and gun case how many hours of breathable air are left on that missing submersible in the atlantic coming down to about thirty four hours now keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead 718 traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks to bob emler in the wtop traffic center in prince georges county a last report inner loop under route 50 still have the crash and the nation blocking the right lane and that is causing a bit of a slowdown coming around up past the baltimore washington parkway in 450 and headed toward route 50 john hansen highway on 95 on the baltimore washington parkway things are in pretty good shape on each right now not a whole lot happening on 270 50 out to the bay bridge is pretty quiet and in virginia southbound 95 very slow from route one getting over the yonka kwan past 123 toward prince parkway where they were working on a car fire and traffic on 66 is without the light inner loop a little bit slow here and there between the dullest toll road and the american legion bridge and in northeast washington rhode island avenue at the metro station the right lane block each way with police activity which also has service suspended on the metro red line train train service is suspended between noma and fort totten bob inlet wtop traffic and now we are headed to steve toden seven news first alert meteorologist tracking a few showers moving through the late evening hours and into the overnight stock court or amounts anything terribly heavy and definitely not looking at
"thirty four hours" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"That's how much time between getting the judge and and putting up and taking down the polls and putting all the judgments enduring the post at the end of it it did turn into a pretty full-time probably thirty forty hours. A week of work for like three weeks. But it was a lot of fun for while lasted. I don't think it would be doable now for for many many reasons. But what are the some of the reasons. Besides the thirty four hour workweek. I think that the structure of twitter very different like the way like the way the features have changed on twitter over the years. Makes it less conducive to this kind of thing. I think that It's just larger. There's so many people out there that it's not as much of a focused community that it was at this time and i got meaner like people got meaner. It was really meant to be all in good fun. And i think the last year we had it not the contestants themselves but some of the people supporting particular contestants We're getting really really nasty. And and weird and daiki about it in ways. That seem strange to me. Since i was gonna actually running it that they're like trying to people. Were trying to impose a sort of rules and restrictions on it. That had nothing to do with any of our actual intentions or even the people they were supposed to be supporting And it just seemed like a sign that probably run. Its course now was the last one. Pre trump yeah. Okay yeah no. I can't imagine having in a in. In the trump era that would have been that would win heraldic. Yeah the last one. I think it was two thousand fifteen right so it was just just coming into it. Yeah it wouldn't. It wouldn't have been doable after that point. Now i remember i remember. I think it would have been twenty. Sixteen where i was sort of You know kind of looking forward to it but also dreading it and then And then finally. I think you you posted saying can happen this year and i was like oh thank god that was my feeling too was very like should i should i want to. I don't want to. It's not worth it and it was. I feel like that was the right call. It was the right time to end it right now. And it's nice because it it. It sort of has a place in our memories of this chapter in the history of the national security twitter sphere. Which is you know you could argue. A sort of related to or now growth of the national security blogosphere the malagasy or more generally but one the one that is now safe with our safely within our memories. Mad max or something like it was great for the time like the number of people i know because of it you know i every year like that was my favorite part of it is that we would take nominations. And every year. I would find about l. about these great interesting smart people doing really interesting work who i had no idea about many of whom on still at least twitter connected with now and it was. That was awesome. The most fun part.
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Advent of Computing
"Here. There were three main goals for the gym. And i program. I just run longer spaceflights longest. Mercury mission was mercury atlas nine which lasted thirty four hours. That was a start but nasa needed to do better around trip to. The moon was estimated around eight days to add in some margins. Nasa wanna test of fourteen day mission. Not all gemini fights with last that long but they would all be a good deal longer than any other. Us spaceflights the second. Big target was to run a few spacewalks. This doesn't really have a lot of bearing on our story. It's just cool. The goal was to test out spacesuits and see what issues astronauts would face working outside the capsule the final goal and the one that will have the most impact on this episode was to test orbital rendezvous and docking that is to have two spacecraft approach each other connect and disconnect without issue specifically nasa planned for a few different types of orbital rendezvous. I wanted to get to gymnast capsules in orbit and have them safely. Approach each other without colliding. The point of this exercise will be to demonstrate maneuverability in orbit and also the ability to find another moving target second was actual docking for this. A separate docking target will be launched called gina. Or the agena target vehicle. Gymnast capsule within launched reach orbit. Find the agena rendezvous and eventually doc agena modules were basically booster rockets with a docking ring. So once connected up they can be used to boost gymnast capsule to a higher orbit or just rocket around in space so we can already see that. The complexity of these missions is increasing quite a bit. It's a lot more than up orbit come down. So what kind of math was involved here. Well we have all the fun of orbital and reentry calculations that were used in project mercury plus calculations for rendezvous and to top it off everything has to be doubled since some missions will have to gymnast capsules orbit and some will have a gemini capsule and an agena target..
"thirty four hours" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"For all of that all right so all covered over a over a prisoner. Where will you be racing from this weekend. Anywhere in particular. I was at indiana grand Yesterday for the derby. So i think this weekend will give me a chance to test the my metal and Lay low can spend some time with the family. My daughter wants to go to the mall so after being gone a couple days looking forward to that. Going to test my. I'm going to test my willpower on sunday. Mandatory payout though. I know i'm gonna find it. That's enough that's something. I added For this year. And it's not good which deming pick six pick is hard to get anyway but taking a look at carryover mandatory payout. And i'm starting to think i need to pass on a few of these. I'm not comfortable with the sequence. I mean talk about in my mind and other trap like hudson. Mandatory pat will depending on the track. That might not even be a positive expectation. I mean if they bet a million to into it at belmont and it's one hundred fifty thousand dollar carryover will. It's great to have that size pool. If you have a couple of longshots you're definitely going to separate and get paid but if you think it's chaki or just don't have a strong opinion more more to the point. I mean it's gotta pass like is it really worth playing when you normally wouldn't just takeouts ten percent instead of fifteen or twenty four. I don't think so right. It's kind of like when people tell me. Oh well i was. Pot committed sevens. Don't beat nines. Regardless of how much money you have in the middle of the pot right. They don't beat them. They don't beat them. And if you're good enough poker player the same if you're gonna have handicapper you know when you have sevens and you know on your opponent has nine and you know when you're putting your money in the wrong place. It's the same exact thing right. If you're not familiar or comfortable with a circuit they dangle the carrot. I'll i'll i'll freely admit it and i want to support my man. Bob newman as much as possible and know. They had that force out on monday. I took a quick look at that. I took a look at the first two races. That sequence i might as well been reading healy thirty four hours twenty seven dollars. I mean it was just like it was. It was literally. It was just bombs away. Twenty five thousand great if you fired and you got lucky awesome. Congratulations more power to you. You didn't get my hundred and forty four in the pool because right because we are such creatures of habit and tori payout who yeah carryover carryover double carry pretzels fat free fat free pretzels. Yes all pretzels. Fat-free we get it. Thank you move on. Eight eight eight nine six six four seven seven seven. I don't know everybody is just waiting for saratoga. I feel like we're feeling turf. Race at belmont. We went twenty five fifty two tonight. This is i mean it is the off week. I guess so to speak. But they'll show up to the saratoga opening. How about original in the manila on saturday on sunday. Twenty four and two fifty and one. Oh right flavian pratt. Domestic spending wins the allowance. The chad ran allowance. Rates are going to call it on beaumont snakes racing festivals five years in a row of grade. One winners wins it. Sitting half length off the lead he was next to last seven links off the lead. The other day he got a half line scattered domestic spendings coming down now the best executive calling them domestic spending public sector yes. Domestic is going to all that for the richard right. Richard dis the big one. The bruce st the secretary and the heavily. These beverly deep. But now that's not a million six hundred thousand. Yes domestic spending. Domestic spending is Jason beam calls it no the million after taxes. How was the trip to end the anagram. By the way. I was talking to We had our calls from on the on the four. I had on my folded for mike last week I might get out there in the fall. Haven't figured it out yet. Well as my favorite part time ten minutes away so again. My favorite bars fifteen minutes away now. Is that a day trip for you. I usually i mean this time. It definitely wasn't because rachel. I did some promos on tuesday. So i stayed tonight then when i saw post time for the indiana derby said well let's stay too Because i got out of there at nine minutes. Two hours is doable but it was much more comfortable doing it early in the morning after. Thanks said let's play to add said let's as is exactly the illusion i was going for but yeah i mean for sure to like. Somebody's oh it's up to indiana grand like you know dark tuesday it easily day for sure. So if i'm coming indiana grant you can definitely come up for that. Yes that adds to that adds to the to the encouragement of getting out there. Now it's one of those right size plants. They built it in modern era. So it's it's built for the crowds. You would expect but you know of the of. The many racine knows out there. This is one you know is a racetrack which i appreciate. That's awesome all his stuff like that. I like to get stuff like that. Plus i got the new wheels. So that's right found a good home. It looked like. I thought she always might be getting taken out of here this week. We're having a little little odd barbecue this week. So yeah.
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"So you know when people don't sleep the below irritable and all that it actually gives your body a chance to reset when you are sleeping at night. Your body is hitting the reset butting but in an prepare for the next day. They say it's good to get six to eight hours of sleep at night. I know that when people are stressed it's hard to sleep. You can use aims to help you sleep like doing physical activity exerting your edge energy during exercise you can use sleep apps that help you to follow sleep either using music or structure scripture or positive affirmations. You can drink camomile tea use sense like lavender an olive days things that have a night route team. So you're not watching. Tv in your been ever routine that you follow shower lay my head do some reading or some journaling and then i fall asleep. All those things increase your ability to get a good night's rates now you you just took away one of the most important things as lying in the bed and watching. Tv your brain is still working right. Thank you relaxing. But your brain is the word processing was going on. That makes sense so he here those people that say i'm good with three or four hours of sleep. What about is is that enough. I know you just said it. Lisa a sleep but thirty four hours of sleep does not give your body time to go into ram sleep is what allows your body to re energize to reset it. Rail sleeping back deep sleep.
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Switch4Good
"Let's see oil that's a big with us that people have a have a really hard time with. We don't like added oil so we don't do. We don't add olive oil. We don't do canola oil walnut oil. You know even flaxseed oil we wanna get our fat from the whole foods source so most people don't know that you know. Garbanzo beans are right around eighteen percent. Fat soybeans are forty percent fat. A kale you know. It's not very high in calories but of the calories that are there it's eleven percent fat. Strawberries are eight percent fats. There's just like you. And i we all know there's protein in everything right proteins and everything. There's fat and everything as well so it's almost impossible for us to eat this way and get too low of a fat too low of a fat intake into our body. So we're not a fan of the oil is really the equivalent In the fat world to what sugar is and the carbohydrate. were just empty calories. It's been it's been drug level of its fiber vitamins. Minerals fighter nutrients antioxidants. Doesn't have anything you know has no carbs. That has no no protein is just a big glob of fat is it doesn't have any taste and just just to like like hammer. This point home one tablespoon of olive oil. You have to basically squeeze the dickens out of thirty. Four hours to get one tablespoon of olive oil. So you'd have to eat thirty four hours to get that the equivalent that amount of fat right. That's that's hard to do. But it's easy to do when you're just putting one or two tablespoons on your salad dressing in your stir-fry you're dipping your bread in it or if you're like some firefighters are following you know the keita or the paleo doing shots of coconut oil or anything. And i'm thinking that it's hard healthy brain healthy in all three people telling people to eat fish for their megan threes. They are they are. And what do we know is the best way to get your mega threes from the audi facing exactly up from green leafy from wall from walnuts from actually being meal ground. Flaxseed meals probably the best source on the planet..
"thirty four hours" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Education will they be able to get If you're going to add up the virtual component to the live component what. What's the what's the potential. per course. Yeah so we're going to get thirty. Four hours of tastes certified ce because the virtual components plus the in house or the live hands-on fortune components kibble total thirty four in the eyes feel Tastes awesome well guys. I'm super excited for you Let let's give everybody the opportunity to sign up for the august cost if if while they're still a handful of seats left and then Once that fills. I guess it's going to be pretty Pretty obvious on the website that the is filled. Then we bumped to november after that. Correct your as soon as the last spot is gone at basically just will close out on its own And then november Obviously is like we talked about. This is either halfway folder. Like all the way At this point so just just look at. The website is colorado surgical institute dot com. And then i think if you click on an implant coaching the coaching kinda ticker at the top of the website You'll be able to see a will. We talked about in terms of course curriculum and its description of every different kind of package program. We have as well as the description of allah carte stuff. And then also show you. What a bail abilities behalves band mark. I gotta ask for guidance year Should i talk about the idea. Send like discount code here to yard you know by you. Want people to get the discount code here. But what's the best way to put it out there. I just throw it out into the ether. Oh yeah yeah. I mean i wouldn't feel bad about you just throwing it out there right now. Of course you know your team would would simply just go to our master ledger. Esn and see if they're dsm members and you and i personally know every single one of the members so it's it's not like you know anybody that's not a member could sneak in with the code and without us noticing but okay you know but but even if you guys even if you guys want to try you know dsm for free for forty five days. dental success network dot com forward slash. Free forty five if you guys are even in on a a forty five day free trial. I'm sure that dr. Dan would allow you to come in as a dsm member. Correct or shit. Now i have to. That's how that's how confident i am in. Dsm once people are in for the forty five day free trial. We have like ninety percent of the people that stay. Because it's so awesome in there so yeah okay cool. So it's fifteen and it's thirty for the code so when you're on the actual register page there's a there's a place to actually enter the code in and guys don't forget it is fifteen. Percents offer descends thirty percent off for for our brothers and sisters india. Cy so basically remember the code and Go hidden and sign up if you want to and and you know this is going to be a lot of fun as an awesome course. Well we're all going to be in miami this weekend. There's a there's a tribe of east coasters that are meeting in miami for the mastermind meeting we mention and i bet you i bet you end november will be will be sold out but So get on their get on there guys and make sure that you register edge out some of the ds. India said people of your of your play those but hey guys thank you guys so much. I'm so excited for you. Congratulations you've had. you know. Three courses sell out already. I'm sure the rest of two thousand twenty one is going to be sold out. You know after this episode or or shortly after so You guys are doing great stuff out there for a profession. I really really appreciate all you do. I mean it's it's been a blessing to to get this thing off the ground. Obviously you know and anything getting off. The ground initially is a lot of work the infrastructure there. And now it's just we're we're in cruise control mode and and we're just doing the thing that we do best to surgery and prosthetics awesome. Well dr risky. Thank you very much dr doing. Thank you very much. We'll talk to you. Guys is very very soon all right. Ladies and gentlemen dr. Dan risky dr to hair dune considering doing a dental practice startup merger or acquisition. If so making the choice to have an experienced team helped to go out and support you through the process could save you months of frustration and hundreds of thousands of dollars not to mention the incalculable cost throughout the lifetime of the practice..
"thirty four hours" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"One when i was leading states actually an obsessive compulsive disorder blah blah blah. And all. these things came to hidden city full. I've been the editor of coastline from twenty nine to thirty four hours. In a tough relationship. I had got off track my values as no longer aligned with my values and ahead the taps and then i'd had the push the almighty united slap down from life because i was not turning up to my appointment with life and are those very much. A doc was a coke. Doctored the soul where. I not slip for three days. I'd lost everything. I could not walk anymore. I had a autoimmune disease. She might is which is a thyroid disease and slammed me being robbed. Two weeks off to my insurance ran out. I had my surfboard my mountain bike in my car. The car got taken and again no insurance. It was just one thing after another up and it was just sly. Life was like really cuny up and there was a morning where i wake up. It was a it was actually a about this time of year and had some of those hideous wardrobe seni- which econo- skype. And i was lying in state. Who position not being there for a couple of days and Kananga see myself in the mirror. And i had this. Really disassociated mine -ment and i had a moment where i was ready to die and it was suicidal. Idei shen very very calm. It wasn't it just kind to me that that was a the cold sack wash. Unexploded ordnance oil options. And i felt that there was nothing left and that frantic grasping atwood's thinking off this do that And the ideas. I came with diet for my salvation during that time. I mean gosh. That created spot. None of them actually came to fruition because none of them were rights. I did not sit with me. A at this moment where i was like. I'm ready to die. And i was a i was seconds away from from taking my own life and then i had this moment penny trump moment where i went. Hang on while trot everything. But and i'm ready to exit. And what if i like abort all of the rules of life all the expectations and i just kind of stepped back into life on my own terms with just the clothes on my back which is pretty much. All i have had been a buddy stage and just hit out. Then i head out there and run the experiment to see what happens if i don't care about any of that old stuff any of expectations with actually you lose your works right. It's crew my hair. Fill out a put on a thing. I think about thirty five pounds. United full allow. It was missed and my ego was shattered. So all i had left is literally wearing and a sense of integrity and i got up. A win stood at the fridge and paint from the child and only stuff started to happen so it was a really big reckoning where i made that choice that always going to live laugh mine terms and then i sit up these buttresses. Tween show that. I'd i'd sleep backwards again. And so pack defeating up and i moved to an army shed in the forest outside byron bay which is about two hours north of sydney and i lived there for year and a half and i got pretty radical. I had to get a job. So i wrote a column wants to wake of how to make that up literally. That was because i went visit london. Stein might as well get paid by report up to do something that will actually benefit may and one of those experiments quitting sugar. Which i knew i had to jerry gonna talk about things that we'd been avoiding you 'cause i'll tell you what when you're also and when you are a motivational kind of person..
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Tara twenty four sixty fourteen f y fabella year equal to may thirteenth twenty fourteen. Eighty earthier. it's the apocalypse age info bella. This final age of bella began in the year. Sixty twelve when nuclear bombs were detonated in several major cities across the globe. Magic was used to contain the gross amount of radiation from these atomic bombs. But at a serious cost the release of a deadly virus known as the saga virus has spread across the world by sixty fourteen. Fabella looks very much like our twenty. Twenty people have been under extreme quarantine in all major cities for about a year and a half by this point with no end in sight. Tempers are running high as people are cut off from family and friends and announcement from the world. Court of abella does not help matters for the populace already on the brink of tearing itself apart. The world court is an international judiciary committee hearing crimes related to suspects breaking the law in multiple nations and issuing sweeping commands on new international law. All head of state must comply with their greatest task. This period is ending the saga visits pandemic on taro's twenty-fourth news breaks that they plan to drop the ultimate hammer. The news drops that that world court is going to outlaw magic due to the welling evidence that magic is responsible for spreading bacteria causing the saga virus and other infectious diseases. Magicians wizards and witches capable of using magic and sad reuss. The non magic majority of abella population have been going at it for numerous wars have happened between these two groups. The world court's decision as primarily driven by the loud voices coming from the sad reuss who are staunchly opposed to magic. Now that the link between it and the spread of the saga virus has been proven. Magicians on the other hand are not ready to part with their supernatural. Power as soon as news breaks on. Taro's twenty fourth wizards emerged from their quarantines and furious mobs all over the world and camelot. Wizards opened fire on the military in the middle of the city. A thirty four hour siege in hercules fantasia finds mortars and bombs being dropped on swarms of the rioting magical population. Insurrections are happening all over the world. As quarantine restrictions are addressed use heavy artillery to combat the menacing magicians. A clear line between magic users and sad rose is drawn. The saga virus gained strength as a result knocking down. Billions of people like flies. Those who survive are smacked down by the war between magicians and sad reuss entire nations fall. Cities are evacuated this event tears fabella apart and contribute vastly to abella sliding into a post apocalyptic wasteland. It will never recover for him. That's going to do it for us today. Tune into morrow for a news story in the archives of bella universe. Subscribe now to get more new episodes right in your feed rate and review the podcast on itunes or rare. Ever you listen to your podcasts. Signed your questions. To archives of at dot com archives of abella is aided produced and hosted by dylan foley with music by garrett fares and audio blocks books are available on amazon in e book and paperback as alma is look outside of what is possible and think about what might be..
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The best of luck so hopefully for their sake. That all goes well. So ray and zeta ray mir. It's good to see that that suray is stole. Got some of our mentality in japan. Is she just delivered. Some shots into this girl. A drop kick a. She whipped remirez off. The ropes went to follow her into deliver a dropkick ramiro. Turn around and it looked like he was like a shotgun blasts you could hear the dropkick that landed on ramirez face there's another seemingly stiff one later on to not Intentionally trying to hurt anybody but just saray was wrestling as she was still in japan. Just how she was pulling hair the moves he would go with the angle suplexes including the one that dropped a very high up but she seemed to be okay afterwards but a vickery there for sarah then. The main event was as far as matches go. We did get a scene with cool. Kyle o'reilly and Carrying cross pete. Done and finn valor. Who are all involved in the nfc championship chase. They're the carrying cross hold so there was a segment there that is building to that but then at the end was a wild notice qualification. No count out streetfight between shotsie black card. An ember moon kansas in indy. And we'll talk a little bit more. After the break. Those women went all out the absolutely killed each other and the way went home with the women's championship. So we'll talk a little bit more about that as well as take your phone calls one. Eight hundred eight seven eight one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five nine. You thoughts a war games and daniel bryan when we come back superstar batteries exclusively at a reilly. Auto parts are designed to meet the electrical demands of today's vehicles. Get the power and performance from a superstar battery for your car truck motorcycle lawnmower vote and more our professional parts. People can help you find just what you need. Stop by o'reilly auto parts today on auto parts. I'm ron bar my life. 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Actually really early in the morning tomorrow. Morning with dave meltzer usually wrestling observer radio for subscribers drops about five a m eastern time. And i have a feeling you will be take all all of that time for dave and brian to get together tonight and record the all of the fallout coming out of blood and guts as well as all this daniel bryan talk and everything else and st ratings as well too and we'll see by the time we go off the air today if we have any insight or idea on how did they were down last week and it'd be interesting to see what aws and it'll be really interesting to see what awa gets tonight. One point two million when they were finally able to get away from there they dropped one one million. I believe it was and then last week. With joe biden giving his address it was down to eight one hundred eighty nine thousand. I believe that number was there is talk Bandied about that one point. Five million is that maybe the the idea. At least that's the is that's the prediction For some inside. Aws feeling good about everything so it will be very interesting to see what that number is. I don't know. I don't have a prediction. Let's say one point three million. let's see. maybe it spikes really higher. Something like that. But i'll just throw throw a number out there. I will go higher than what they got that first week. Away from from nbc. And in a way they should. I know there's no mike. Tyson obviously help that rating as well too. But you know you got this type of match you have all the build up all the lead ford and again. It's been short but it has been heavily concentrated on their programming and their fans know that this is a big deal. So i have a feeling of anybody had randomly checked out the show in the last couple of weeks. I think they're gonna get all those people and then some looking at some of the numbers here popping up the chat nine hundred and fifty thousand. I think that one's low one point four million. I think that's very possible. One point five million. Absolutely say it's not gonna top raw actually this week. It may not and i'll get to that in a moment. One point. Three to one point four million. Somebody says one point one million so You know it's not it. Certainly more than one million people. And i and i noticed you. I'll have some words for you that off the air T to talk to you about son but you know so. It looks like most of the people think it's going to be over a million. Give me a call me. What you think is well to one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine and it probably won't do better than raw this week after a low number last week raw rebounded average one point. Eight seven million viewers a point five three rating in eighteen to forty nine and total viewers. Roth in his seventh drilling. Only new shows biggest sports competition. Obviously this time of year the nba nba had one point. One two million viewers appoint three four and eighteen to forty nine for the early game. One point one million viewers appoint four three for the late game. What is notable. is that our two. Which at this time of year is. Brian has said over. And over and over again is their strongest our. It was their strongest again this week. By a considerable margin the show opened up the first hour. Did one point eight nine million at nine pm. They did one point. Nine eight million and at ten pm dropped one point seven five million as far as the drops from the first of the third hour show women eighteen to forty nine dropped thirteen percent so did men eighteen to forty nine teenage girls. Five percent teenage boys gained twenty two percent and over fifty dropped two percent and why that is notable is that that is a demo that has been atrophying badly in the last couple of weeks and it shows you what happens when those people don't turn tune out and everything maintains pretty well in the number stays pretty stable from last week. Raw was up. Six percent viewers eight percent in eighteen to forty nine and thirty nine percent in eighteen to thirty four hours from last year. The episode the same time last to the same time this week had set the all time low audience in the history of the show. So if you if you're wwe fan it's ever claiming to look for a victory. When talking about numbers do a year to year from the sharon last year on almost everything early on in the year the show up eleven percent viewers fifteen percent eighteen forty nine and fifty two percent in eighteen to thirty four and is written up on the wrestling observer. Dot com website. Tells you how bad things were going before the thunderdome debuted in that is exactly right and there was hard times for those shows at the very beginning there but with that kinda average You know it's one point. Eight seven million if they would have completely bottomed out and and pulled a robert fuller in war games and and kinda crap themselves and it went to one point four way she rose never been that low but one point six million. I would dare say that that that awa might have a shot at that. It would be kind of pushing it a little bit with the numbers that aws has done in the past. There would be no reason to say it would get one point six million but but maybe i would think that. But there's no. There's no way. I wouldn't think that it's going to be doing a number like that but if it does There's some big time celebrations even more so than they have in the nfl draft down in jacksonville but who we got on the phone lines right now. 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"thirty four hours" Discussed on Hit The Road
"Started. Maybe like two years ago to really have someone else on pool deck. Who was a specialist swimming. Who coaches me during the sessions. Who i see very often. you know. He's filming me. He's showing me what i actually do. Because this is something. I can really recommend. Everyone get yourself a body who can film you and look at what you're actually doing in the water and this also This is also a good advice for running. I think you know because i experienced Body feeling for my body is very different from how it actually looks so You know to to have this see might be used than go back into the water. Try to adjust it. This really helped me. And i think to work on the technique is yeah very very beneficial and it's so important that you just don't that you not only do like the swim drills think we tend to do like swim drills like schooling and whatever we have and also you know we call it in germany. We call it Running abc like Running technique suspects up now. If you how you call it in india if you do like skipping stuff like this i saw from my side. I feel like those are not very beneficial exercises. I'm i never do them for running. For example in running it's for me. It's more about the center of gravity. You need to work on that to have this sorted out and how you foot lands on the ground and stuff like this and it's also more about your posture. You need to feel how your body is in the water and then you need to learn how to grab the water and how to use it to push yourself forward and I experienced that that i really needed a coach to work with and now i have someone where i call. We speak the same language because this is also Sometimes someone tells you how to adjust like movement pattern and if you don't get the message right because he may be used this word that you find doesn't understand this can go very wrong in the wrong direction. So now i've found someone who speaks my language and that is so cool because i slowly really feel the progress but of course you know i will probably never In the first group. I need to be realistic. But if i could minimize my My the time i lose on the swim. This will give me so many more options for my rates technique at tactics. So yeah. this is a big goal for This year that i may improve a few minutes for example over the ironman distance. Swim and then you know. Usually i have to play catch up for the rest of the race. Play catch up on the by. Take on the run. This is also fun. If it works play kickoff up. But if i have to catch up a few minutes i would also not mind so. Yeah my biggest Advice is to find someone who works with you on your technique and films. You end morose you. What's your actually. Do in the water talking about catch. I you know remember. This is something which. I do occasionally. There's a group ada laboratories. I sometimes a bit late so that i can do this heart kind of a good good time. Way to mix annual training sessions. Absolutely laura can you give a glimpse to your daily life our day in your life or a week as will your training and you don't train so at the moment i'm back home in heidelberg in germany and when i'm when i'm training back home than i don't train too much baliem This i often train. When i'm on training him. So at the moment we focus on speed sessions. I'll do a lot of indoor training. So i have a nice setup. Comb with the treadmill at tobu and Some gym equipment. So i can do a lot of my training just a yeah beck in my home base and the right now. The weather is super nice In germany so it's a very early spring. And i just started to right outside again and in heidelberg we have lovely mountains so i enjoyed to climb up the hill. This is something i really enjoy. And at the moment. I always switch between my Time trial bike in my mountain bike. And you can imagine. This is very different so my like super aero and the mountain bikes very anerud. But i'll just use the mountain bike training to keep it developed more skills on the bike. You know we have lovely trails. End up just tried to develop more skills. And i feel it's very beneficial also for riding on the streets so this some sort of my training at the moment trek sessions on the run treadmill like do a lot of hip so all these short intense stuff and hopefully our build a good base like this wonderful so inner day khomeini your training when i was doing the ski just a few weeks ago. When i went to switzerland. I think i had one hour thirty. Four thirty four hours of training per week. That was a big week for me. So i call this a volume beak and when i went back home i had him easy week. That was around seventeen hours. But usually i would say in average. It's between twenty and twenty five hours and it gets more when i get into a training camp or maybe if we have building up for an ironman than you i have to do a few longer sessions but at the moment i would say between twenty and twenty five so the listeners who are listening right now are usually a three inch we lots nonetheless. Well exactly and that is something that'd be. Oh my god you're done two thousand dollars but you are doing your twenty hours and this is my job and.
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"And i hope that no one would be glancing up at from afar as i crossed in the bright moonlight progress was unimpeded. And no fresh. Sound rose to hint that i had been spied glancing about me. I involuntarily let my pace slacken for a second to take in the sight of the sea gorgeous in the burning moonlight at the streets. End far out beyond the breakwater was the dim. Dark line of devil reef. Does i glimpsed it. I could not help thinking of all the hideous legends. I had heard in the last thirty four hours legends which portrayed this ragged rock as a veritable gateway two rounds of unfathomable horror and inconceivable abnormality then without warning. I saw the intermittent flashes of light on the distant reef it were definite an unmistakable and awake in my mind blind horror beyond all rational proportion. My muscles tightened panic flight held in only by certain unconscious cautioned at half hypnotic fascination and to make matters worse there now flashed forth from the lofty cupola of the gilman house. Which loomed up to the northeast behind me. A series of analogous differently spaced. Gleams which could be nothing less than an answering signal controlling my muscles and realizing fresh how plainly visible i was i resumed my brisker painted shambling pace though keeping my eyes on that hellish and ominous reef as long as the opening of south street gave me a seaward view what the whole proceeding i could not imagine unless it involves some strange right connected with devil reef unless some party had landed from ship on that sinister rock and now then to the left around the ruinous green still gazing toward the ocean as it blazed and the spectral summer moonlight and watch the cryptococcal flashing of those nameless unexplainable beacons. It was then that the most horrible impression of all was born in upon me the impression which destroyed my last vestige of self control and set me running frantically southward past the yawning black doorways and officially staring windows of that deserted nightmare street for at a closer glance i saw that the moonlit waters between the reef and the shore were far from empty. They were alive with a teaming horrid of shapes swimming inward toward the town and even at my vast distance and in my single moment of perception i could tell that the bobbing heads and flailing arms were alien and a baronet in a way. Scarcely to be expressed consciously formulated and of side nine to continue. Turn the cassette side ten tales of hp lovecraft by lovecraft continuing with the shadow over in smile on page two hundred sixty three..
"thirty four hours" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast
"Welcome to episode thirty three and on today's episode. We're going to be hiking up volcano in the national park in uganda where i actually felt i reside there. Oughta different planet or in a sci movie. 'cause i'd never seen vegetation like that anywhere. It was crazy and also how accidentally became a illegal alien in uganda. By overstaying my visa. And we're finally leaving uganda and getting into site ear or doubts known as the democratic republic zaire and we'll be covering about eighty miles in today's episode taking us up to fifteen thousand seven hundred miles. Okay so picking up where we left off in the last episode so stay two hundred seventeen and we got up early so we is my friend. Claire who i'd met nairobi. And we've been travelling together though we've gone through kenya and oliva ganda so about six or seven weeks together now so today was our last day of our ugandan resist. So we're like okay. We have to desire today. Though we got early and my favorite waiter at the hotel resting at john. He arranged ride for us to get to the border town. Kozaru and uganda pickup truck. Came about eight thirty in the morning took our bags and they went. Okay we're not gonna be leaving for at least two hours okay. Great cleared i. Just you know where for breakfast. Did a little last walk around cumali and went back to the truck. Well as usual. We had to wait 'til twelve thirty four hours for the pickup truck to fill up because pickup trucks are kind like tattoos or pickup truck. Taxis and they jammed pack those suckered. Let me tell you we've finally got go. What about twelve thirty shortly after we laughed a just started pissing it dad rating as. Oh my god. So ios about thirty people back of this pickup truck squished together so they stopped pulled out this tarp. The tarp had so many holes it it was kind of pointless and we're all huddled this holy tarp is like. Oh my gosh so cleared. Ira completely soaked and about halfway to zorro. The the road is so bad. It's full potholes when we hit a big pothole and the tailgate was how hanging off. So it's like okay also Still rating so. We all had to pile out of the truck. I unloaded jam. The tailgate back on. I think they tied it with a bit a rope or something you then reload the truck and then get going so we've got to kosovo at about this after four so four hours of a hellish ride basically and because we got there so late we couldn't find a transport to get to the border and it was a i don't know twelve or fifteen kilometer walked the border..
Language Apps Emerge as Lockdown Leaders
"Do wonder just we w Brown as you present business wars daily savant device ACC September. See there while some of spent pandemic free time baking sour dough bread or painting watercolours others chose more. Academic pursuits including learning new skills and even new languages online learning surge during lockdowns linked in learning, which offers online courses. Three times as many people used its offerings. This July compared to last language APP duo lingo also benefited from bad behavior shift. The company lured learners with the promise of letting you quote, learn a new language for free. Forever it's number of US users jumped nearly one hundred, fifty percent between March, twenty nineteen and March. Twenty twenty. The duo lingo look is based around Games bite lessons, include listening exercises, flash cards, and multiple choice questions to help you hone new words and phrases answer a question correctly and you get points. Other exercises make you race against the clock. The APP also connects users learning the same language. So they can practice communicating one study found that thirty four hours of duo lingo learning could get you as proficient as a university class even. Before the pandemic, the APP had become something of a pop culture phenomenon I. Well, it's fun and it's also widely known for its quirky sentences and phrases. Duo Lingo users may find lessons teaching them how to say bow down before your God or what a rude Dolphin along with more useful turns of phrase according to Buzzfeed the company is using artificial intelligence to help improve its interface and become more effective in helping people learn. And it seems to be paying off the startup reached Unicorn status in December and has thirty million active users. But now, brand new online language company is taking a different approach to can is betting that the free time people are voting to online learning during the pandemic is going to evaporate as our lives gradually returned to their old frenetic pace. So why not pare down the language learning process to help you understand enough words to get by the companies headed by Taylor Niemann formerly of meditation APP head space and car leasing. APP. Fair investors just gave the two can't team. Three million dollars in seed funding to give it a shot to can isn't an APP but a free Google chrome extension install at the language you Wanna learn and Voila instant immersion. You'll start seeing words and phrases pop up as you browse you'll pick up vocabulary faster when you see it in context to Kansas plus you're saving time feeling bilingual take quizzes to measure your proficiency and earn achievements to keep you motivated to can currently supports Spanish French Italian German and Portuguese. Now too can won't make you fluent, but it will help you learn enough okabe learn to communicate the team says. Expansion packs give you topic specific collections of basic words and phrases. So if you break your leg in Mexico you can talk your way through the hospital at least one hopes. To can has a long way to go before matching dueling goes. Status, but it's vision for the future goes way beyond the language arena. Nieman. Told Tech Crunch that the company could apply the same concept to history science math or even general information perhaps then schoolteachers might actually encourage students to bring their phones to class imagine that.
A Work Schedule without Childcare
"Had a very interesting blog post. Recently, I thought that detailed away that A. Two Person. Could Alternate things like in a very structured way you want to go into that. So I got an interesting amount of feedback from this not so much in comments on the blog but I heard from people who wanted to share it with other audiences because it just hasn't been spelled out exactly how a split schedule with two working parents. Splitting fifty-fifty could, in fact, work in could give both parties approximately thirty hours a week of focused work time. Mostly during the workday. So none of these like get up at four. I, am and work till I am things which if you have today you have to do but you also wouldn't have to in this sap. So the idea is. that. You have two different shifts on during the workday one is eight to three. And one is one to six, and that is predicated on the idea that it young children who are home are napping from one to three those a rough nap window. We are recording this at two-thirty right genevieve napping and Sarah does not have childcare today. And you know older children could use that time for independent work or for screen time or whatever you wanted to do. The idea is that that is that could be double in terms of the parents. One Parent is on during distraction. So some of their hours are not pure hours but. Mostly, two of them will be able to work anyway. So one party takes eight to three Monday, Wednesday and one to six on Tuesday and Thursday the other party takes one to six on Monday Wednesday and eight to three on Tuesday and Thursday, and then they alternate on Friday who gets eight to three and who gets one to six. So each week it's butts off there and what works out to is then twenty nine hours during the weeks when you have the three one secs shifts and It works out to thirty one hours on the weeks where you have the three, eight, two, three shifts, and the key thing for this to work is that when you are on your job is not just to keep the children safe like being adults present in the house, you are also committing to keeping the children out of your partners office, right so that they can be guaranteed those hours being at eight to one one, the sex or whatever. are focused right like absolutely focused they are not on your they're not dealing with anything, and if you do this that each of you can, in fact, get the twenty five cure focused hours and then between four to six hours each week of. Most likely but could be interrupted because of naptime was or whatever. And both of you would have both some afternoon in some morning hours and so I know that that's an issue that some people be like well, we just split it that she takes the mornings when I take the afternoons. But then what you know, there are some teams that always WanNa meet in the morning because some other person has a different shift of their schedule and so this allows you to occasionally have morning meetings or occasionally have afternoon meetings as the case may be again, this has to be pretty much you are committed to this. You're committing to keeping the kids out of your partners office you can obviously arrange for A. Sub. Credit. On a day, if there was something like you have to pitch a new client, a huge project in the only time they can meet. Tuesday antenna at ten. AM technically Tuesday as the tae that you work on the sex like probably you could arrange with your spouse to get a sub credit that you would make it up for that person at another point but. You WanNa. Have that be relatively infrequently but you know working twenty nine or thirty hours a week with no pay childcare is. Pretty good. If that's a situation that a couple might find themselves in and if they need more hours, you can extend the swap idea to different times I mean. Maybe each of you works from six to ten pm one night a week and that gets you up to thirty four hours a week or you do six to ten am on a weekend or something you each get one weekend morning and you know what it is but. That is basically fulltime ours, and if they are plans, well, you will be okay.
Rohingya Refugee Camps Recorded First COVID-19 Death
"As hard as it can be for most people to maintain social distance consider how much harder it is for refugees packed into makeshift camps that is the reality for one a million Muslim minority rocking guy who fled Myanmar their camps are in neighboring Bangladesh and those camps recorded their first confirmed deaths from covert on June first Michael Sullivan reports two weeks ago Bangladesh declared parts of the Cox's bazaar district where the camps are located a red zone and climb to lock down on those areas as the virus spread I think everybody is very concerned that the numbers are going to increase significantly Louise Donovan is spokesperson for the U. N. H. C. R. in Cox's bazaar if you look at Bangladesh's Utica Cox's bazaar the numbers are increasing very rapidly and we're concerned that the same thing will happen in the camps camps that have some of the highest population density in the world Rahm das runs the roving the relief effort in Cox's bazaar for the NGO care international it is four times the density Arafat New York City eight times the density of Wuhan city about how activities but here you are at and that he says make social distancing in the camps almost impossible your contact the people inside the house thirty four hours they have to go out for food they had to go to the community Charlotte they have to go to the house that does though it thank you photo make sure that all the a million people followed the thunder one million people aid groups are struggling to finish twelve new clinics for COPD patients with a total of nineteen hundred beds by the end of June Robert look what does food for the hungry opened the first a few weeks ago we are using it as a crime I think casting top style because of the need on the ground we had to modify each better faster and to ensure that we are responding to that I did to needs which is called his clinic has fifty beds for isolation and treatment of moderate to severe cases another clinic outside the camp has one hundred and fifty more but critical cases the require intensive care and ventilators we'll have to go to the government hospital in Cox's bazaar and that worries him the number of beds in Cork's Bastos de limited as I talk now I told you there any beds that are blind right now with that being said all I did accident dropping their question Keysight Torah the number of cases another concern Rohingya in the camps are reluctant to come forward for testing and instead self medicating with help from makeshift pharmacies inside the camps so Tom Raheem ola runs one after another not that excited again about it do you fear he's the go to the clinic the doctors will send them to a different team not just them but their whole families so they come here in the state yes me Dara is arriving activist who works for an international aid group to build awareness in the camps my name and the lamb are bad I hope they will guide you right now some deep blue sea yeah I'm afraid to go to the cleaning because they have heard there will be Q. we told them no and explain what isolation and quarantine are and we told them if there are C. will get treatment and Judy are better then they will go home but people are still suspicious the Bangladesh government's ban on internet in the camps isn't helping people get information either and then there's the rainy season which brings a slew of illnesses that present much is cobra does with costs eighty bones and fevers that leads people to self medicate for those elements instead of getting tested combine that with the fear factor and it's little wonder that some aid workers worry the number of cases in the camps is far greater than what's being reported so far
Coroner: Student Died 4 Hours Before 1st 911 Call
"The coroner's office in Whitman county says Washington State University students Sam Martinez died several hours before the first nine one one call was made about his condition couples Carlene Johnson reports the nineteen year old freshman from Bellevue died at the fraternity around four thirty in the morning November twelfth the first nine one one call came around eight thirty four hours later from a frat member who reported Martinez was not responsive and people were doing CPR police initially investigated if the alcohol overdose suspected in his death was forced on him in a hazing incident that was quickly ruled out by Pullman police the use of alcohol that night was voluntary and it was straight up they said that there wasn't a requirement of the young man's death was used for two attorneys answer already suspended all social events for the remainder of the semester and the university is temporarily suspended recognition of alpha tau omega pending a school investigation the fraternity held a candlelight vigil last night at the chapters house cage Q. reports hundreds of students showed up
Long work week may up diabetes risk for women
"One five keys l. why new study and you might like this if you're a woman and new study finds, that women should. Work thirteen hours fewer. Than men each week I'll take it you're okay with that and I'll start now Okay no but seriously why well they say you should work amac's amac's four hours okay and they're just saying, that women just. Can't do what men. Can do is basically It does not say that it saying because it sounds sexy that I But it says because women do more outside of work than men that. They just don't have enough energy to do all the hours men seriously, they're taking, on more responsibility at home and with the kids on average of course there. Are exceptions to that rule because this is. Where we're at right now I think that women are still in that is there still the idea out there. That women are the primary caretaker of the children and that men work but the reality is that women are also, fifty fifty for the most part contributing. To. The income of the family which means they are working fulltime jobs right and then you come home and you have. Your doing picking kids, up from school or from, daycare wherever they are you're doing the laundry you're doing making the dinners you. Packing the, lunch is you're taking them to and from. Their sporting events I mean I'm not saying that dads don't do that a. Lot. Of that responsibility falls on the mom and keeping it all together, right, and, we're working full-time very rare that you hear the dads say oh no We have this going on in this going. On. In this going on like in the calendar the mom typically keeps, it, all Yeah I mean, I think women on, average are more organized than men Any any any study will show of course exceptions, any study will show, you know that, men, aren't into the little. Details the big picture stuff and they're like oh I forgot to do I mean Kelly every week, I prefer get to. Do. Fifteen thinks, he's asked me to do right and she remembers everything Women are naturally like that again, exception, to every rule it. Falls on, the women because women just do it a second nature and the guys are like works, for me sometimes yes Do. It yourself versus reminds remonstrating so while, I don't think women should not, work as much as men I I understand where they're coming from yeah in the study is out of Australia they, just said to avoid. Workplace burnout a max of thirty four hours but men can work up. To forty seven hours because I guess men are. Doing They get me though You do stuff I think you probably. Do, more than, average yeah but I I know guys home and the first. Thing they come home they crack a beer which is what I would like to be, able to sell beer sit down on the, couch and they're like where's? My dinner and who where do you think? That's, coming. From here exactly. Right so, we'll see I mean I wouldn't advise any woman to. Go, to their boss I. I heard a study That ain't gonna happen I mean. If, you wanna leave early We all worked too much we do we all, were, I don't think at the end. Of, our life like man. I wish, to work more hours yeah Got to got to move our job it's a, little, different because it's a lot more. Fun But people don't, think that we work a fulltime job. Yeah I think it's six to ten a little bit and he's not going to. Appreciate this I think my husband falls into that category Your home by twelve right Three o'clock My wife Hannah did that to me. This week I texted her like one o'clock and, I said I'm must. Be nice I worked eight hours People that is a that happens a lot late they say must be. Nice we joke about that must be nice by twelve day were you? Awake, at three. O'clock and you've already worked a full matter fulltime. Job what are you going to do all your. Other friends or at work yeah so far exactly, what just walk around. The mall by herself Go to the mall to walk right now which is why it. Is my pet peeve and we do have a sales rep in here? Right, now staring..