35 Burst results for "Thirty Minute"

How Couples Can Honor One Another

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:22 min | 10 hrs ago

How Couples Can Honor One Another

"I cheer nissan for all sorts of ways. She is and thinks that i. That's not me. It's just not my thing like she's so good at so many things like one of the things you so amazing is like design and making everything just gorgeous and pretty. I'm the sloppy guy. I got stuff all over the place i mean. I took thirty minutes to clean this place just to get ready for the show today. You know what i'm saying. I'm not. I'm not built that way. I'm a guy who like i put it on. If i'm gonna use something every day it stays on the counter why would they put it away and we use every day now hurt. Susan touches the counter. And it's put away difference. But i love that about her. Our houses gorgeous. I love that about when we travel. She has a different style of travelling than i do. So she sees things different than me. You have to honor the other and they have to feel honored in that individuality for the relationship to go deeper so always trying to do that. She's trying to do that. And somehow we both feel very honored in our relationship. Because i see her she sees me and it's okay that we're different and our biggest fights are expect each other to think the same or be the same or do the same doesn't make sense. I think this is a really profound honor. The other honor their individuality and honoring it means accepting it not judging it honoring it means being to it but it also celebrating. Cheer them on. If you could give a speech about your spouse or partner you should talk about all the unique things about themselves and be so prideful joyous. Happy about that but also let me start with you. I can immediately tell in seven to nine minutes in a mediation. Because i always make sure ask question. I always make sure to ask this question. There number mediation they're fighting. They're coming together. Brennan self solve this situation and sometimes it's court referred like literally. It's legal that the process has not just. Hey can you help us coach. It's not this has been like court referred. And what i learned in those processes acid very simple question. How lucky do you feel. This is your partner. If you feel lucky to have that person your life. I know you are honoring the other on during their individuality.

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Opportunities Have Expiration Dates

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Opportunities Have Expiration Dates

"Opportunities have expiration dates. Brilliant line. I don't know about you but usually i realized that my milk has an expiration date. But i've never thought about opportunities having expiration dates. I believe it's profoundly true. Let me give you couple of examples. Friend calls you on the phone and says they have a ticket to a concert. They can get you a ticket but got thirty minutes to decide to decide now whether you want to go to the show or not. Someone sends you a message and says an old friend is in town. But they're leaving tomorrow. You want to see him. It's gotta be tonight. Opportunities have expiration dates. Those are obvious question. Obvious situations where you might see that. But i have some questions for you to think about this idea a little bit further. Have you ever missed an opportunity because you are unaware of it. Have you ever missed an opportunity. Because you let it fall down your priority list or have you ever missed an opportunity because you delayed or stuck in analysis paralysis. Well unless you are dead or delusional you got at least one. Yes to those three questions probably more than one. Yes to more than one of those questions now. Not every thing. We run across is obvious as the ticket being available or the friend being in town. Sometimes we don't know there are opportunities because we don't notice them which could be because we're not looking for them which leads me the first of two big ideas to help you take advantage of opportunities. And here's the first one you have to have opportunity radar radar simply means that you are noticing scanning looking for expecting to find

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Drinking Water out of Thin Air

A Positive Climate

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Drinking Water out of Thin Air

"So rob welcome. You're the chief. Revenue officer of source global. Which is created the world's first renewable drinking water system water. Something we clearly all need to survive. So how should we think about the problem of accessible. Clean drinking water. Thanks alex and nick. It's nice to be with you the way that we think about the problem i think is first recognizing drinking water is not a problem to pay for that instead. He's like Melvin when we look at the problem we really look at where the existing models which are affectively remini era technologies that access clean drinking water distributed to pay big cities. Where isn't that working effectively. And so i believe there's about forty percent of people in the world about two point one billion who don't have access to clean water where i live and is a significant todd of that about eight hundred million died have even access to basic water. Many any type of water within a thirty minute commute from where i live and in astrology. I you look at one million households in australia. The not so by utilities that leave on fobs that let remind communities. That's the basis of the wash problem compounded on that is actually the impact. That problem has on the people so outcomes beyond just water but looking at things like gender women and girls spend two hundred million hours every day collecting water from their families. Health statistics employment statistics education statistics in rural and remote areas like hugely limited by that fundamental water constraint. And then you've got the environmental problems that stemmed from that they they have a trillion single use. Plastic bottles of water used every year. It's a billion dollar market in australia. That's growing at a at a high right. And so that's effectively the types of water problems that that were set out to solve.

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Dragon Quest XII Is Revealed to the World

The JRPG Report

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Dragon Quest XII Is Revealed to the World

"Are all kinds of fired up here in the rpg community as late last night. About eleven thirty p. m. eastern standard time The english version of the dragon quest thirty fifth anniversary Livestream event went on. It started thirty minutes before that in japanese but I think actually in four different languages out for the entire world so lots of people tuning in to check out exactly what square inex- was going to be talking about As a lifelong dream quest fan Faking it pretty much. As soon as i could Here in the west Young six or seven year old kid legend zelda's and mario's and dragon quest and final fantasy. So it is held a special place in my heart and i and we'll continue For the time being. I kinda thought they were going to look back a little bit more at some of the history but they really just use the event to reach a very broad audience and they Mc for the event was a japanese man who goes by joy and he was extremely good. I enjoyed his enthusiasm and They brought on your hora. Of course the a creator and director of anything and everything dragon quest

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Task-Level vs. Project-Level Thinkers: Finding the Right People for Your Business

Startups For the Rest of Us

02:29 min | Last month

Task-Level vs. Project-Level Thinkers: Finding the Right People for Your Business

"Thing i want to cover is something i've covered briefly danced around it and qna episodes but it's around hiring folks with different mindsets. And most specifically i think of name for this but i think of it. As a task level thinker project level thinkers and owner level fingers and back in the day when i was hiring virtual assistants. Fresh off the four hour workweek. This is what two thousand seven or eight. I realized i could try to replace myself by hiring five dollar an hour virtual assistant in the philippines and they were very much task level. I would record a screen cast and it would take me thirty minutes to upload it to website and then send it to them this before. Loom it all those things. But i could outsource some i guess some rudimentary truly just repeatable tasks almost things you could. You could almost automate with code. But maybe they would take too long to do or things that were just easy to throw into google doc or a screen cast and so for years i operated with task level thinkers and the i was happy as a basically a solo procure with seven or eight. I think actually peaked at nine contractors. Who are helping me. This is different. You know folks who were doing design work folks who are doing administration folks who were doing email support developers and it was like all right. Here's your next task to take care of this. But what i realized is i was then doing all the owner level thinking which was longer term stuff and the project level thinking which was okay. This project need there's project management right. It's like this project needs seven things to happen. So now i get to manage all those people and that was fine when i was small. That was fine before. I wanted to grow multimillion dollar company but there was a turning point for me. Let's say it was around. Twenty ten twenty seven where hired a couple of people who were more practicable thinkers and they themselves i could hand an entire project and they would then other resources for me or they would just do the whole thing themselves because they were essentially full stack employees a developer term. I think most of you know it but as someone who can who can design and who can code and it can do database work and maybe even devops work but if someone who has a multitude of skills and that's when i realized oh this is the achievement unlocked here and this is why when folks do raise a lot of funding. They will hire individual contributors. Who you could say well. They're thinking about their own task. But you'll also you're able to afford Thinkers which i was not able to afford prior to that point because i never had a business that generated income

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The Benefits of Incorporating Cycling Into Your Running Routine

Another Mother Runner

02:00 min | Last month

The Benefits of Incorporating Cycling Into Your Running Routine

"Then what are some of the benefits. I mean let's talk a little bit about the ability you can get your heart rate pretty high right which you can't do in the pool If you want you know for thinking of traffic sports but Heart rate high low impact whether what other things to cycling kept going for it. Yeah you know. It's actually funny when those with was saying that it reminded me back in twenty ten. I think i took a year off triathlon. And i just did marathons and the coach that i was working with at the time was a marathoner and he had me doing a ton of biking not too much not too long but frequency over duration and intensity over Some other stuff so a lot of the big ring work and a lot of the short like vio to lake minute thirty minute and a half anything under two minutes. Kind of all out is what. I was doing to kind of supplement the running because marathon runners usually run so much during the week and i just don't respond well to it s. Most people don't respond well to them many miles so just the off the legs but also having some intensity and having some kind of you know. The circular motion of the running and cycling sometimes complement each other really. Well yeah. yeah. I mean people who have paid attention for the run of run like a mother. Another runner no that. I basically trained for the nike women's marathon on my bike and got a fracture Gosh early on in the training. And i was not. I was not given up that marathon. Come hell or high water. I was going to it with my one in three year old. I was like san francisco. Boston going and my coach at the time. Who was it. Carmichael training systems was like okay. We're hitting the bike and holy cow. I worked so freaking hard on that bike but it you know and my longest run i think was like sixteen miles and certainly i wasn't absolutely one hundred percent prepared for that marathon but but it can get you a really nice part of the way especially like you said if you're injury-prone or don't do well with a lot of high

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Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Appears Personally in Court

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | Last month

Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Appears Personally in Court

"Myanmar's leader. Aung san suu. Cheap has appeared in court in person for the first time since the military seized power on february. First michael sullivan reports from neighboring thailand. Her lawyer says the seventy five year old suci looked in good health and wished myanmar's health as well. He said her defense team was able to meet with her for about thirty minutes. Before the largely procedural hearing in the capital nippy suji faces several charges including violating the colonial era official secrets act. if convicted. She could be jailed for up to fourteen years so she has been in detention since the morning of the coup. Her supporters say. The charges against her are politically motivated aimed at keeping her from holding office in the future. The military justified its goo- by claiming massive fraud in the november twenty twenty election. Suci party won in a landslide

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Snap Is Dead Serious About This AR Stuff

Techmeme Ride Home

01:52 min | Last month

Snap Is Dead Serious About This AR Stuff

"Snap held its annual snap partner summit yesterday and the big news was the unveiling of snaps. I a are glasses. With four built in microphones to stereo speakers and a touch pad quoting the verge on thursday snap. Ceo evan spiegel unveiled the company's first true augmented reality glasses technology that he n rivals like facebook. Think will one day be as ubiquitous as mobile phones. A demo showed virtual butterflies fluttering over colorful plants and landing in spiegel's extended hand the news articles have dual wave guide displays capable of superimposing air affects made with snapchat software tools. The frame features. Four built in microphones to stereo speakers and a built in touch pad. Front facing cameras helped the glasses detect objects and surfaces. You're looking at so that graphics more naturally interact with the world around you. These spectacles have aren't ready for the mass market. Unlike past models snap isn't selling them instead it's giving them directly to an undisclosed number of effects creators through an application program online another indication. They aren't ready for everyday use yet. The battery reportedly only lasts about thirty minutes. The idea is to encourage a small portion of the two hundred thousand people who already make a are effects in snapchat to experiment with creating experiences for the new spectacles. according to spiegel like the bright yellow vending machines snap used to sell the first versions of spectacle. Several years ago the approach could end up being a clever way to build buzz for the glasses ahead of their wide release. Spiegel has said that. Ar glasses will take roughly a decade to reach mainstream adoption and quote. And then if that wasn't enough to convince you they're serious. Work came this morning that snap has agreed to acquire wave optics. The supplier of the ar displays used in these new spectacles

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Liverpool Beat Manchester United 4-2 at Old Trafford

ESPN FC

01:33 min | Last month

Liverpool Beat Manchester United 4-2 at Old Trafford

"Game it was. Oh traffic in the end liverpool manchester united by four goals. Meaning liver for just four points now. Adrift of chelsea in fourth. And your side do have a game in hand well for more on. Stephen nichols and headmaster racial most principal vine the day Stephen i spoke teacher in this game. That was a lot of five language but in the end all worked town. Listen for for thirty minutes. I was thinking one and liverpool going to wake up here because manchester united would complete and utter control and then just just a bit lock it phillips within a second ball and enjoy goal where a nice little flick through his legs and the game completely turned on his head from the next half will complete control and and i'm watching the game and i'm thinking himself as unusual all do manchester native mass hiring mcguire. There's much because going forward liberal really dangerous every time they go by four and the called the school four republican six and it's not something liverpool of very often. The season scored four goals again. So listen evidence pointed evidence pointing towards one in the remaining games. The just got somebody else. Mix of as well

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Cyber Influence and Misinformation  a Growing Threat in Cyber Space

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

02:06 min | Last month

Cyber Influence and Misinformation a Growing Threat in Cyber Space

"Stop. The lynn is a senior research fellow at the center for international security and operation and the hanke j. colin fellow in cyber policy and security hoover institute and also a fellow of the american association for the advancement of flying's he's also the scientists america. This computer science and communications bought national research council of the national academy so lynn. Thank you so much for your time today. Bigger telling you know when we talk about cybersecurity and cyber threats and we touch on the white range of topics we talk about heke data breaches privacy breaches and we also talk about cyberbullying social engineering and information operations in cyberspace so it's quite ranging so. We're very glad that you can spend thirty minute with us today. To give us your perspectives from one angle given your experience in the technical area as whereas decades of advising on type of policy for two so far today. I thought we can talk about you. Want to nominate on that is increasing attracting much attention which is misinformation is inflammation. So the first question about misinformation is. It's not new. Right is something that we have seen throughout history. We know about you. Sections distractions misdirections and many of us in cybersecurity also know about trojans and which cost based on the famous story of deception. So what really is new with information because we think the be that is getting so much attention and escalating into some sort of information warfare. Is it because events like the pandemic election providing for the ground foucault mistrust. All we just playing catch up. There's many questions to ask so. Let me just unpack a little bit to aggregate some. What you said one thing is that there's what's new the you're quite correct that what's going on with information warfare on has been going on for a very very long time thousands of years.

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Interview With Claire of up in the Air Life

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

Interview With Claire of up in the Air Life

"Thanks so much for joining us. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hi my name is claire. And i am from a town called woodbridge virginia. It's about thirty minutes from dc. I live in playa del carmen mexico. And i'm actually in virginia now at my house here. And what's the name of your business. I have a. I own a lot of travel. Company called up in the air life and i also run a coaching brand under myself. I coach entrepreneurs who are looking to create travel businesses or any type of service based businesses. I helped them get to the money. So tell us like what was it like growing up in virginia and is that where your travel. I've started or was that later on in life. Yes so i grew up merge virginia. I was born in bridgeport connecticut where my parents are from and you know as a growing up as a child. We traveled ally back and forth where my parents are from My mom and dad have pretty large families. Close knit families. My mom has Eight brothers and sisters in my dad has like fifteen or sixteen brothers and sisters. So i have over a hundred first cousins in a young age. You know. I remember playing kickball in Kick the can was like my favorite one in hiding. Go seek at my grandma's house that had like a cornfield In there and like it was on a street called union avenue where it was like five families that all live next door over time and it was amazing so i had a really great childhood fun

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George scores 33 points, Clippers snap Suns' winning streak

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

George scores 33 points, Clippers snap Suns' winning streak

"The clippers earned a one thirteen one oh three win over the sons as Paul George Kawhi Leonard combined for sixty points George was seven of nine from three point range while scoring thirty three points in thirty minutes Leonard furnished nineteen of his twenty seven points in the second half for Los Angeles which hit eighteen threes the clippers trail by seven four minutes into the third quarter before ending the sun seven game winning streak the sun's may twenty seven of their first forty shots but were nine of thirty one there after Devin Booker led Phoenix with twenty four points to McHale bridges had twenty I'm Dave Ferrie

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Audioburst CEO Amir Hirsh on the Benefits of the 'Burst'

Tech Zone With Paul Amadeus Lane

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Audioburst CEO Amir Hirsh on the Benefits of the 'Burst'

"Know you rabbit hole trying to find if you put in A good search engine like what you guys have over there and audio burst the kind of homes in on what you're looking for so you don't get a lot of hodgepodge out there. Why is that so much. Challenge out there and how did you. How did you and your company Overcome that challenge to to make it make it more more easier. More user friendly win ones are searching for different content so when we look at that problem we mapped multiple challenges that exist in audio mailing or that doesn't exist in texts and in other mediums mainly texts that we're accustomed to today In discovering and finding audio there are several challenges. One audio is usually produced in long forms. It's the thirty minutes or one hour. Long of a podcast. It's a forty five minute long over show and win. I want to hear something specific. Or even if i want to subscribe to podcasts. I wanna get a taste before. I wanna understand. What is being spoken. I cannot listen to the full show halfway through it. Understand that you know what. That's not exactly what i was looking for. Preferred different opinion or a different type of reporting so the first thing sold is that we've cut it into what we call burst into a short clips into specific items. So when you search. I don't give the beginning of the podcast you're brought to that burst that section that answered your question and you can get the exact answer that you're looking for especially in today's short attention span that humanity has you get the essence of what you're looking for and then you can make the decision whether you want to go the full thing you want to listen to the long form the full show or you want to listen to another result. Perhaps there's a better pocket that will answer your needs so the first challenge that made audio difficult to Fine to discover was to make it more concise to the point than we thought that by cutting it into bursts.

Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote

The 3:59

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote

"I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge joining us to run through this. Big labor battle is laura. Atallah our amazon expert. Welcome lor so. Can you give me a quick quick recap of what this vote. There are five thousand. Eight hundred warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voting on whether to or me union. It would be the first. Us amazon union. And it's also one of the largest if not dealer described to vote on forming a union in the us for amazon. And so there's a lot at stake here. It could kind of not like a beachhead free unions if it inspires other warehouse workers in other locations to organize. And what are we expecting the results so the results could happen at any time. The national labor relations board is counting up to balance and they could be this week or next antezana pretty vocal there. Obviously against this. And they've made the argument that they already pay their poise fifteen dollars an hour which is above the national minimum. What exactly are workers asking for. What's really prompting this. Push to unionize down in bessemer right. So the workers invest myr say that they would really like more control over their breaks and rest time and that comes from the fact that are ten hour shifts and they are extremely physical so people who are picking up packages from tote santa putting them on conveyor belts to be put in boxes are walking upwards of ten miles a day in their shifts bending down at santa gap again bet. Certain say there's other jobs where there's a lot of movement all day and amazon does offer breaks course and allows people to go to the bathroom whenever they need to. Workers say that the requirements to fill werner's are so onerous that they don't really get to take extra break on pop up those like hour rest period total of by ryan the the debris down thirty minutes. Relaunch to fifteen minute breaks right

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Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital

The Breakfast Club

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital

"Well dan mx his family friends beyond say kids fans. Everybody has turned out. They actually announced it was going to be a prayer vigil outside the white plains. Hospital in new york and hundreds of people showed up to pray for d. Mx that was amazing. Did ya see the video. People outside a lot of prayers for them. Ex-man prefre that brothers harder. You would prefer you because you know he would. Dan max pray anyway anytime for anybody so fast. That energy should be given back to Mr earl simmons right now All right well m. mx as you know has been in the hospital. Since friday night. He had a heart attack. They are saying that overdose friday night and they did try to resuscitate him to keep him alive but they said he was left without oxygen to his brain for nearly thirty minutes which resulted in very little brain activity. That we are praying for a miracle.

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It's All Happening On The Fringes

Trent365

01:32 min | 2 months ago

It's All Happening On The Fringes

"Just back from a couple of days camping in the mountains just outside of kale literally ride on the fringes of the city and it struck me how amazingly different life was just a mere twenty five thirty minutes drive from the middle of this major city. And i think it's a great metaphor for so much possibility that there is so much different just on the fringe of the city just on the fringe of your business just on the fringe of your current customer and markets it. And it's something that we spoke about backing episodes six hundred and thirty of the show if you remember a used one of the examples from the blue ocean strategy where they talked about those a three non-customers the people that don't quite know that you exist. You don't know what you're doing. And i think if you spend a bit of time looking at the fringes you might just find your next market opportunity. You certainly potentially will find your next market audience that potential to bring that people into your fold but again i think the metaphor of the possibilities that happen on the fringes of whatever. We do where we need to spend a little bit more time looking at and thinking about by you've got to focus on your core market on your core customers but maybe you want to spend ten percent of your time just exploring the fringes just seeing. What's out big. Because you may well find an opportunity that you didn't even know existed just like we need these last couple of days only twenty five minutes from the city. We were literally on the fringes of the city all of a sudden. We're in the middle of nowhere

Baylor Bears Are NCAA Champs

ESPN Daily

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Baylor Bears Are NCAA Champs

"Myron joe. It is one fifty three a. m. eastern time. Where are you right now. I'm in like this abandoned clubhouse thing lucas oil stadium. Like i don't even know if i'm supposed to be here. Myron medcalf covers college basketball for espn and this was his eleventh nc double championship game but it was the one semi quiet place. I could find. I was told by thirty minutes ago that i had like fifteen minutes that all of us kind of had to clear out but hopefully they don't kick me out so you are hidden away in a corner of this football stadium that housed this absurd tournament. And look you've been to. I think ten of these championships before this one. You're not impressed very easily. How would you describe what you saw out on that court tonight. I just think from the start to the finish. It was just a very dominant performance in to me. The only thing. I can think of being boxing fan i am. It's sort of like watching mike. Tyson lose the buster douglas. Now baylor is in buster douglas. But just the sight of someone that he thought was maybe invincible. Losing because gonzaga never had a chance. Taylor was better everywhere. It was clear in the first couple of minutes that unless gonzaga had a miracle. They weren't going to be able to beat this baylor team so it was just stunning to see gonzaga. Not just lose but get dominated like

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Perfectionism Versus Healthy Striving

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Perfectionism Versus Healthy Striving

"Perfectionism can be very confusing when we first start processing it because many of us have seen it as a positive trait over time. We think that it increases our chances of success and really helped us get where we are today. That is in part true but most of us suffer more than we gain from perfectionism and by suffering i mean it causes us to enter into self flagellation awesome term which also can be described as self defeating thoughts that into south defeating behaviors which ultimately make it more difficult for us to achieve our goals. When i wanna talk more about in the realm of perfectionism today is what you know. Your comes name brown quote which she says about perfectionism and that is perfectionism is not the same thing as striving to be. Your best. Perfectionism is not healthy achievement and growth. She explains that. Perfectionism is used by many people as a shield to protect against pain. Blame judgment or shame and some of those painful examples of perfectionist stick. Behavior are spending thirty minutes or even fifteen or twenty minutes rewriting writing and rewriting a two sentence email. Yeah raise your hand if you've been there. I'm definitely raising mine. Believing that missing two points on a test is a sign of failure

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"thirty minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"We know a lot of you out there. You are not you went to dental school to be a dentist and they didn't go into depth about marketing and business and that's really where the practice grow. Somebody's coming about talk about the length of each segment because i think there's magic in that as well yeah so we really wanted. I mean me as a podcast or webinars person <hes> <hes> we really wanted to. I know when i listened to them. They go when they start on forty-five minutes an hour it can get along so our whole goal is to keep them very very compact and very to the point and very actionable so we have a twenty to thirty minute segment of our speakers sign of wyk a slightly extended ted talk yeah because tedtalk seventeen minutes yeah so when you and i were talking about when you were prepping me for my segment i asked you you know jake hello and you said well gary. Ideally we want it to be twenty to thirty minutes a short snappy <hes> lots of content packed into twenty to thirty minutes and in my comment to you was oh cool kind of like a slightly extended tedtalk we have all of your speakers are following that format yes we. We have a couple that have gone a little bit longer so like one of them is a navy seal john show he's one of our keynotes. You tell me to stop at thirty minutes. I'm not until i'm gonna let jon talk yeah. I'm not going to go. I mean complain about forty five minutes when a navy seal on so keep going headlock exac. I talk about some of the speakers outside of dentistry kaz. Mike and i were talking about how cool it is to learn from people who come from other disciplines back in a place. John is one of those john was one. It does.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on KFC Radio

"There was dick rug with fuck. Just just slandering news this land to enough physical issues. I don't either cop to my dick my dick fine. Dick's. Yeah. Drinking bud lights. Of course. You're. I mean. Yeah. Fine. Good fine statements, folks, mediocre like everything else keep the barn. Isolated average very mediocre and functional. That's that's really all. You're looking for what a selling point? That is. I'm not trying to sell. Disappoint. I'm never selling yoyo. Someone falls head. It doesn't disappoint did not support last night. Pop. Pop punk came here last night. It's crazy even think that this is the same place four hundred people pack. While we have on Spotify yet. Do we have roads or punks lose yourself? Remix? Love yourself love bug. Yes. First of all I would like to. I love Justin Bieber. I think most of the girls that work at Barcelona. I love Justin everything we love him. RTD you. What's so hard of yourself? Happy. She was my favorite song was great Mike believable. We were all rocking out but Bieber hit. Yeah. This guy. Camera vitamin B. What we're at the arc copter. GMT more the liked that's on. Older headstart Dini like someone obscure song. And she was like all alone just like jam band rocket out to it wasn't alone last night. With love yourself yourself as room trying to blog are blog. I heard it. And I just dropped my computer and ran in in Erica. I said this last night that's like one of the top five sexiest thing that's barstools ever done. Wo are just the Justin Bieber remix just one hundred percents completed. That was going to do. I'm just course. I'm just telling you now, it'll probably a problem. What happens if we don't do a sexual harassment fairy fourteen whatever it is? What if we don't do that was kind of my calling card in my previous life? They just never did those training. So I think I'm just going to keep that are we gonna get five. Did you hear about the two hour version two hour version? Yes, we don't have to do that. Keith add to do it. Oh. Shorter than two hours thirty minute version. Okay. I'll do thirty minutes. Thirty minutes to our version. Radio. That it's like the talent can do it thirty minute fake sexual respite thing, but you guys go forever acid. We do that. I would like you to grab her. That's that's what I thought. That's what I thought we needed. Just do it live on air. Kevin. That's what we should do asthma training on end though. Eric a great idea. Great idea guys want to do a sexual thirty. All right now. Has anyone completed it and why keep finish the day one soda Gaz? That's our lens guilty by basically, the whole company. Like, fifteen minutes. Haven't done it. Done. Nardini? What do you think about this week? Like we're taking over once again. It's awesome. Yeah. We don't even have to try very hard. What do you think about the odds of the next person to be arrested love that odds on favourite one hundred percent? Why why is it because he's been to jail the most he said he likes jail. No. Because a lot of right over gets all like row up time. And it just starts going and you're like. Describe myself as a puppy, but. Yeah, topped puppy. Like he'll be talking to. And there's no one to talk off the ledge. Evident, courage is both of our bad. Each other have tried to talk you off legend you were having Melvin gorgeous latte. Melvin Gordon just broke news on radio show. That's not out on the internet right now. Our social team should be fired. Sexual harassment training. With him saying that he would sign his contract right now. It was like, no. That was a thing. Literally, the only thing on Google like looking it's a direct quote didn't say that pretty. But I get that Manley. Every every time we do a podcast we go out afterwards. Like so much of the highlights. The social highlight of that podcast. Never remember when I are both like, I don't know what I said in there. The headphones on it's like you blackout. You kind of become a little. Like any kind of microphone talking you kind of get in the moment. And it's like it's like you go through the Bermuda. Triangle really happen until the next day when the podcast. Oh, oh, yeah. Did you promise not to commit suicide for year?.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on KFC Radio

"There was dick rug with fuck. Just just slandering news this land to enough physical issues. I don't either cop to my dick my dick fine. Dick's. Yeah. Drinking bud lights. Of course. You're. I mean. Yeah. Fine. Good fine statements, folks, mediocre like everything else keep the barn. Isolated average very mediocre and functional. That's that's really all. You're looking for what a selling point? That is. I'm not trying to sell. Disappoint. I'm never selling yoyo. Someone falls head. It doesn't disappoint did not support last night. Pop. Pop punk came here last night. It's crazy even think that this is the same place four hundred people pack. While we have on Spotify yet. Do we have roads or punks lose yourself? Remix? Love yourself love bug. Yes. First of all I would like to. I love Justin Bieber. I think most of the girls that work at Barcelona. I love Justin everything we love him. RTD you. What's so hard of yourself? Happy. She was my favorite song was great Mike believable. We were all rocking out but Bieber hit. Yeah. This guy. Camera vitamin B. What we're at the arc copter. GMT more the liked that's on. Older headstart Dini like someone obscure song. And she was like all alone just like jam band rocket out to it wasn't alone last night. With love yourself yourself as room trying to blog are blog. I heard it. And I just dropped my computer and ran in in Erica. I said this last night that's like one of the top five sexiest thing that's barstools ever done. Wo are just the Justin Bieber remix just one hundred percents completed. That was going to do. I'm just course. I'm just telling you now, it'll probably a problem. What happens if we don't do a sexual harassment fairy fourteen whatever it is? What if we don't do that was kind of my calling card in my previous life? They just never did those training. So I think I'm just going to keep that are we gonna get five. Did you hear about the two hour version two hour version? Yes, we don't have to do that. Keith add to do it. Oh. Shorter than two hours thirty minute version. Okay. I'll do thirty minutes. Thirty minutes to our version. Radio. That it's like the talent can do it thirty minute fake sexual respite thing, but you guys go forever acid. We do that. I would like you to grab her. That's that's what I thought. That's what I thought we needed. Just do it live on air. Kevin. That's what we should do asthma training on end though. Eric a great idea. Great idea guys want to do a sexual thirty. All right now. Has anyone completed it and why keep finish the day one soda Gaz? That's our lens guilty by basically, the whole company. Like, fifteen minutes. Haven't done it. Done. Nardini? What do you think about this week? Like we're taking over once again. It's awesome. Yeah. We don't even have to try very hard. What do you think about the odds of the next person to be arrested love that odds on favourite one hundred percent? Why why is it because he's been to jail the most he said he likes jail. No. Because a lot of right over gets all like row up time. And it just starts going and you're like. Describe myself as a puppy, but. Yeah, topped puppy. Like he'll be talking to. And there's no one to talk off the ledge. Evident, courage is both of our bad. Each other have tried to talk you off legend you were having Melvin gorgeous latte. Melvin Gordon just broke news on radio show. That's not out on the internet right now. Our social team should be fired. Sexual harassment training. With him saying that he would sign his contract right now. It was like, no. That was a thing. Literally, the only thing on Google like looking it's a direct quote didn't say that pretty. But I get that Manley. Every every time we do a podcast we go out afterwards. Like so much of the highlights. The social highlight of that podcast. Never remember when I are both like, I don't know what I said in there. The headphones on it's like you blackout. You kind of become a little. Like any kind of microphone talking you kind of get in the moment. And it's like it's like you go through the Bermuda. Triangle really happen until the next day when the podcast. Oh, oh, yeah. Did you promise not to commit suicide for year?.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"thirty minute" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But Al was just calming in saying in. Joy this like, you don't you don't do this job to be stressed out in not enjoy it. Enjoy it thirty minutes at a time the AFC so in that thirty minutes, how how much of that thirty minutes are you on camera doing a segment and then how much downtime? Do you have to say prep for whatever your next segment is or then get to that next thirty minutes. It depends. It depends on because it changes where you have a producer saying we're going out to this. Or you're going to have an inch studio guest. But he just said block it off in thirty minute increments. So you'd go K. What are we doing what our next segments here then I would prepare for those segments. Now, you had to do your homework. So you had a backdrop there on athletes information events that you could work through that. But if it came down to something specific where you're having somebody just one in judo and she's coming in. Then I have to look at her bio again come up with five questions. And then do that process that and then we would go to the next event or the next thing would come up? So it still reacting in real time. But I broke it down to half hours instead of trying to think of it as the entire Olympics. Do you have some kind of trick or something like some mental game or something that you play that helps you retain information that you'd have some people will do they'll come up with a nickname to remember somebody's name. No, you know, those mechanisms that people. Do I found that the people who are really good at this? Have a great memory Costas has a crate memory, Allah has the best sports memory. I've ever been around when when you sit down and have dinner with him. I can say, you know, that Seventy-nine pirates team, and he'll tell you date inning temperature. Amazing. You know, they when they were playing the Orioles, Dan, I remember game. Like, you're just it's it's it's possible to remember all that he's remembered, but Jim Lampley has one of the great sports months. They're just certain people who are able to take snapshots of their entire career of sporting events. And remember that and retain information yesterday did you ever in your early days before you got a lot of reps under your belt to have one of those panic or exiled attacks where you just felt overwhelmed like when you're about to take a midterm refinery, and you just freeze, and you think you're forgetting everything he's supposed to do. I still have nightmares. To this day of walking down to sportscenter and not having any scripts written or that I'm gonna show up late for sportscenter. To this day. A couple of times a year. I I will wake up. No, I I will wake up because I'm panicking that it was something to do with sportscenter. Strange. All right. We'll come back last. Call for phone calls close up shop after this in sports, a trade can make or break your team, a good one can mean a championship. But a bad one can set.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He's gonna do it again in two nights. He's gonna do it again at two more. Nice. I think I can do a few football games. I really do after. Watching springsteen. So I draw my inspiration from that. Yeah. You're just sitting there in a comfy seat talking. I mean, that's. Right. People screaming. Yeah. You know, Mike. It's adrenaline, Dan. Because it's exciting and you're doing stuff on the fly. And it's all live. And you know, the greatest thing about this job. There's no second take. So once in a while, you're gonna say something you wish you could pull back. I get it. I mean, you know, they can't dispense eighteen gazillion words, and I'd have a few bumps and I've had in my career. I get it. But it's so adrenaline is going to be there and to thank you know. Hey, you gotta be so sure razor sharp, and I don't know those three hours the synapses of my brain open up very wide. And then at the end of the game. I go back to go on, you know, who's right next door. Neighbor have fun in Kansas City. Al thanks for joining us as always safe travels. You too damn. That's Al Michaels. NBC Sunday night football on Saturday late afternoon, Kansas City and the colts his memories what's remarkable? And I said this a few times in and I will continue to say he helped me. Probably more than anybody has ever helped me with a single event when I did the Olympics, and I was overwhelmed because I was I was trying to consume all of this information. And I hadn't done it before an al-said. My man take it thirty minutes at a time. So just know what you need to know for the next thirty minutes, and then thirty minutes in so you're doing six hours of live TV at the Olympics, and there's no net. So it's. There's tension. There you add tension to it. But I'll was just calming in saying enjoy this like you don't you don't do this job to be stressed out. And not enjoy it. Enjoy it thirty minutes at a time. So in that thirty minutes, how how much of that thirty minutes are you on camera doing segment and then how much downtime? Do you have to say prep for whatever your next segment is or then get to that next thirty minutes. It depends. It depends on because it changes where you have a producer saying we're going out to this or you're going to have an in-studio gas. But he just said block it off in thirty minute increments. So you'd go. Okay. What are we doing what our next segments here then I would prepare for those segments. Now, you had to do your homework. So you had a backdrop there on athletes information events that you can work through that. But if it came down to something specific where you're having somebody just one in judo and she's coming in. Then I have to look at her bio again come up with five questions, and then do that process that and then we would go to the next event or the next thing would come up. So it's still. Reacting in real time. But I broke it down to half hours instead of trying to think of it as the entire Olympics. Do you have some kind of trick or something like some mental game or something that you play that helps you retain information that you'd have some people will do they'll come up with a nickname to remember somebody's name. No, those mechanisms that people. Do I found that the people who are really good at this have a great memory? Costas has a great memory. Al has the best sports memory. I've ever been around when you sit down and have dinner with him. I can say, you know, that seventy nine pirates team, and he'll tell you date inning temperature amazing. When they were playing the Orioles, Dan, I remember game. Like, you're just it's it's it's possible to remember all that he's remembered, but Jim Lampley has one of the great sports minds. They're just certain people who were able to take snapshots of their entire career of sporting events. And remember that an retain information yesterday. Did you ever in your early days before you got a lot of reps under your belt to have one of those panic or exiled attacks where you just felt overwhelmed like when you're about to take a midterm refinery. You just freezing. You think you're forgetting everything he's supposed to do. I still have nightmares to this day of walking down the sportscenter and not having any scripts written or that I'm going to show up late for sportscenter. To this day. A couple times a year. I I will wake up. No, I will wake up because I'm panicking that you'll was something to do with sports center. Strange. All right. We'll come back last call for phone calls close up shop after this..

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"thirty minute" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Like, the talk when you're doing well talk when and I you know, you just you find relationship, right? And it's and that's what it is to me. It's a relationship. I I'm giving a investing myself these guys a lot. And I want them to do that with me as well. Not unlike what the shorter with the referees doing when they get calls from the league, everyday kind of going over their work. It's it's similar to that. It sounds like. Yeah. For sure. And if you think about it, you make a mistake last night and nobody's perfect. If I can snap back in and they they jump back and have a great game tonight. There was happy. Right. And and it's funny like the more we talk, and you tell us about it so much of it is mental. I bet you a lot of the guys go in thinking it's all skill. And then they don't even realize it's it's such a help for the mentally to be talking to you. And knowing that you went through it. It's it's amazing to think that you get to the NHL, and you don't really get coached that much. I mean, it's a it's a coach's job to get wins. And that's what he's looking to do. And and so why has it taken this long for guys to realize I kinda need a personal coach. And it's it's so smart. It's it's definitely the future. Like you've said so to see what you've done is is no surprise. And also pretty incredible. And you know, what some teams have hired their own skills coaches within right now. And they go work with the guys. Yeah, they have. And that's great. You know? And I I I totally support it because if you're a coach, and I've been there you gotta practice today. We played three and four how long does that practice? To be thirty minutes for thirty minutes. Thirty minutes, forty minutes. Yeah. You're you're going out. There you give the boys a little sweat. Hopefully, we want we're going to good mood. You might do a little instruction on one of the themes that was you know, we didn't like our neutral zone. Regroup last night. You do a little of that or d- don't coverage. And then the guys, you know, you do a couple of drills. So. They didn't really get a lot of individual time where when when you get basketball you look at Steph curry when does he get his reps before the game? He's working with the ball, boys. And they're feeding them balls. So he can work on all his shots. Right. Not in practice in practice when they're running all their system. He probably going to get ten fifteen shot. So when did he get the reps to work on his game? And that's what that's part of what we bring your summer time to get locked the reps. And then and then during the season a couple of things they can do after practice to work on just a little minute details that keep them sharp basketball fan. I am about smoking. I'm a huge fan as well. Keep in touch more on the country's inside the team. But. Assistant head coach. They're got enough. Like figuring out of structurally looking at game teat for the next team and worrying about you know, lion matches and all that shit is I wonder if it's going to increase guys like you come in not only a skill coaches, but more on the mental aspect of it too. Because it's a lot of time of talking back and forth and you're talking about elite athletes. So there might be some conflict back and forth. Then maybe disagreeing with what you want them to do. So it takes time with each individual guy. So as a team just higher skill guy. I don't think it's exactly accomplishing what your doing. Do you see getting to a level where maybe they got two three of these types of guys around every team? I do I think the teams will eventually get football, right? Football has especially goes for every single position. And and you're like just because salaries are dictating it, right? Like, you know, you you you got all these assets. You wanna you know, you want them to be the best. They can be right. And we of do have deco ch- we do for Recode. We have a penalty killing coach p P coach. So it is gonna go in that direction. Then individuals stop will just keep growing. But but then the day there's so the fatigue factor..

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"thirty minute" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Do you have recommended certain regimen that they can do on a daily basis to help their body their minds and their spirits be healthy so again everyone's different but we can start with some basic habits like making sure you move your body hopefully every day for at least thirty minutes and again it's going to depend on your body you what type of movement that is i always say you know if you're feeling pain that's probably not a good sign when you're moving so they're trying do movement that feels really good and nourishing to the body i love nourishment guide so even looking at foods and being honest like you know is the spam or whatever it is like nourishing on pleading and sometimes there's a form of nourishment that goes beyond the physical so whatever it is for you we will have different goals and reading my mission is just to support someone to achieve their goals says they've version of health and wellness and nourishment so definitely moving at least thirty minutes a day making sure that you're eating nourishing food drinking water of course not getting dehydrated it's summertime now so making sure you drink enough water when you say moving today you're talking about elevated exercises or or just walking walking from place to place or yes sir when you look at the latest research on this they've shown that if we sit for too long that can be really damaging and you know as we age we tend to lose all muscle mass so i think in an ideal world it would be thirty minutes of targeted exercise so like a thirty minute walk or you know especially with a friend community is important always but i think especially as we age and then in addition to the thirty minutes of targeted movement like making sure that we're getting out every now and a game or as you know they say like every twenty five minutes like every commercial break you can fit it in your schedule i like the three s's standing squatting and stretching you feel like you're sitting down for too long and then you can stand up like maybe do a few squads make sure you.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on WTRH

"To you man betsy you roger i always listen to sit in the parking lot as a matter of fact when i get here about an hour before the program to listen to af our news american family radio right which of course carries this program and our other thirty minute program hope for the heart as well but i went online and i pulled this this off because this was a story on there tonight and i thought you would like to hear about this it says the planned parenthood abortion chain has been caught repeatedly performing abortions on abuse victims as young as twelve and thirteen years old failing to report suspected sexual abuse to thirties and then sending victims back to their abusers a new investigation report chronicles these cases and reveals planned parenthood's decades long pattern of helping child sex abusers cover up their crimes heinous just unbelievable if we go back to what many people are concerned about is inside a woman or girl's body is the capability of creating life once a female is it a certain age and i i never forget many many many years ago hearing a woman who was a nurse saying babies having babies meaning the concern and this is not when abortion was a big deal and and you think okay what what is god's view of a life within the womb now let's say that that little life has not come to full term this is where i was years ago i thought well i guess it's just every person's opinion that a woman needs to do what she thinks is right but i at that time didn't know anything about the bible i'd never heard i didn't think that five overs relevant to me.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Not like workout our thirty minute workout playlist checkout graduation playlists dot com to instantly be back to the year you graduated plus the all new iheart radio podcast business unusual with barbara corcoran from shark tank it's all new and waiting for you today watch the world's top tennis stars clash in a thrilling grand slam event it's the french open on tennis channel don't miss i ball to last coverage from paris the french open live now through june ten on tennis channel dips submarines aircraft and most importantly tens of thousands of america's finest young men and women are ready to defend america at all times when pirates threatened commerce your navy is there to ensure the world's oceans are safe and free from tax when disaster strikes like the typhoon that devastated the philippines in two thousand thirteen your navy was there providing medical supplies and relief to those in need when drug traffickers attempt to use the ocean to ferry narcotics to our borders your navy's they're defending america you're navy is deployed around the world around the clock always ready when it comes to protecting and defending america being there matters and america's navy is already there smile honey he's still not smiling maybe he's not a smiler yeah maybe he's just not a happy baby maybe he's just being a boy or maybe he's teething maybe it's just a phase maybe he has autism and we can definitely do something to help maybe is all you need to find out more about autism no big joyful smiles by six months is one early sign learn the others at autismspeaks dot org slash signs brought to you by autism speaks and the ad council we report you decide your fox news update is on twin cities news talk am eleven thirty.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"A thirty minute interview with stephen bochco where he walks the viewers through the back story of cop rock it's very in many ways very insightful interview two things you mentioned it's cast with actress who could sing bochco in the interview says that was deliberate because in order for this to be authentic when casting certain actors you had to think of their ability to sing first versus their ability to play a cop and for the most part at least for my vantage point for the both for the most part i never i never questioned their ability to play a cop you know i'm so i thought they were very well cast in both respects i did i did too and i was i was impressed with waikele said they took the song that you had a calf that's in fact you had barbara boston who was in hillstreet she would she would be the only exception and if she has a musical background go ahead and correct me on this she was the one exception but we all know she got the job because she's stephen bochco interesting about her she didn't strike me as a real singer but and i found her character and her storyline the most i mean it wasn't disturbing like the whole civil rights thing i mean that's that's a major thing but i found her storyline hard to deal with because it was so contradictory and and maybe it's because it was nineteen ninety you've got this mayor and she uses she's she's kind of cliches because you know she says things like i'm the mayor of this city which is like they said that on superman you know and then she is she's i mean it's so it's kind of insulting that they're telling her she's too ugly to get elected that's a horrible thing to say to to a woman i don't care i mean it's ridiculous people won't vote precursor ugly then she gets plastic surgery and the cheese who up till then hated her falls madly in love with her they have an affair and maybe if it wants to two seasons she might have said do you just like me because i'm pretty now but it's never questioned.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A half hour late for an interview and then you're a half hour late and you're riding your bike apparently that thirty minutes that thirty minute delay it you had to get where you're going you had you had to half hour for the bike ride combinator waited the half hour we let you ride we did does it matter of fact yeah sometimes athletes do lose touch with reality and in the case of this particular athlete as i say not a household name not even a sport that i would say is big like the nfl or the nba we're talking about a sport that could use a little extra publicity will extra notoriety could use a few more interviews like this one but i hashtag face balm friday i did tweet about the bike part earlier during the week but again i i was still at that time thinking about using the interview producer tom said we should just air it as is and people can hear the dogs and hear the traffic and here the athletes say i love puppies i'm out riding my bike right now if it were actually i think it would have contributed to the whole gronk atmosphere that fits grog being out riding a bike core doing something else they're going to see a frequently fun when you're supposed to be doing an interview except that this particular ethnic didn't pull it off sorry that we cut into your busy biking schedule goofball and a half something new every day this business i swear to you it's never a dull moment ever cbs sports radio.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Moneywise he it was like he yeah he was like nineteen wow i've never really but the thing is at the time i didn't know he was because we're both i was in school i was at school where he was at two byles getting my masters but i assumed he excuse me yeah so i was getting my masters was a useful and now so chow we megan also shot he the shit out of my eyes and it was like he was coming back to back and i was okay but my pussy trash what's going on like is it but he was just having a tomlin his lap and we just can't funding and funding and it was like it went on for hours see i don't like that you know what i aspire to have when i have a man again i want sex like i want a very good thirty minute sex yeah just a the bit best you can do just give me a little you know unless some some gimme little appetite longer for play than i do like yeah that's what young is don't be doing that they won't be doing that they play they wanna yeah yeah right well see my man he he will eat my shit like a four course meal in thirty okay take his but then the yawning is i just wanna run through like a damn i don't know i don't know what it is i don't know how women their age then maybe don't know okay this is like thinking way too deep but i've had a lot of men tell me that they feel like a lot of young girls don't keep themselves up like as far as there's smell and their tidiness and like they don't know how to maybe take care of maybe the maintenance of hey under if you fucking bunch of young bitches if you just like no good but i'll fuck no you know and now that you've got this seasoned twentysevenyearold mass pushed the.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

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"thirty minute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It's a long time waiting to get on and go to break but it's it's a couple of minutes is not thirty minutes that's it pointing to hang up he was on hold for all thirteen minutes and no breaks in between and we did we have a bunch of calls all night long like it's been a full rack all night it is true you know we we come back at four zero five after the update and i take two calls and we do thirty minutes of spots then they come back and i talked to two calls and we do thirty minutes a spot and then just he's right you know he said dispatcher bound our per hour so i guess that means the spots or an hour and then we fill you with thirty imaginary minutes and then go back to the spots yeah because i i always those thirty minute breaks i always go downstairs and walk around the bill that's my legs you know get the plug going no no it's take this take a stop watch out and you'll see it's not that long come back and take some more you're calling what baseball will break down the mets and yankees tomorrow because it's just you know right before it all starts and you guys can give know how many wins you think who's who's got a chance to win the who's going to world series who's going to win the wild card if you believe that you think the metro stay healthy do you think the yankees might they're going to have the injury bug with the starting off with burton and and what what's your what's your predictions are will do that tomorrow we're doing today is like just just the the love of the game it's like i don't know it's to me like football basketball baseball is something different i guess tonight showing it we'll be right back hi it's jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the hey jamie it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"No joke didn't have a chance again epidurals nothing massaro at thirty minute but did you have the drugs none of the drugs are you joking none of the dry you went in you didn't have the drugs your vaginas a hole and and i'm getting the pains i'm getting contractions which by the way feel like the worst cramps ever that you could ever field that's what it feels like it but it lasted thirty minutes and i delivered like that so like what are you save thirty minutes like it lasted thirty minutes thirty ms of pushing no or thirty minutes twice set baby jobs slid out the up she was just ready ready oh i was screaming for a drugs to the very last moment and my doctors like we don't have time we have to do it in my has been like graf's my like he they were going to do this and in my mind i was like oh are we are we are doing this usually hereby i would have been saying i i are we doing mass you're doing you know me i i love to joke until the i would have said that if i were in the middle of screaming through a contraction but i pushed twice bam she was out and that was the most intense pain you've ever felt near entire life now this if you are you're wells are you joking you felt physical pain in another way yeah i had a couple of months ago i have goal stones and they also have a guest rightists and i had this horrible attack that lasted i was in hospital flick five data mean that you just get a lotta gas thumb no it's pain it's like the word it kind of gases painful well it was an was it wasn't the rightful question so what is it um they couldn't tell me exactly what it was but they felt like it was a combination of goldstone's um and gastritis and it felt like my stomach was being squeezed like a balloon and it was like about to pop and i felt that for like three or four days straight they gave me morphine it did nothing to none morphine did nothing morphine did nothing.

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"thirty minute" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"thirty minute" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Yeah just looking at his film agefi definitely morgan many he was more crazed in this than anything he did in the movies oh yeah yeah which which means it might work for a for a thirty minute sitcom although even dan can get a little wearing i think that was one of the problems with the shows like attia right this sector the first season that's probably why they switch things up but i don't i mean i'm baseness when i was a kid i just feel like the first has had to be funded because a certain bless weird in a a weird good way i don't know yet they also she's the fime song i noticed that so i think maybe maybe shows and syndication use the scene theme song all over i just have a bad memory but a theme song had all that like funky disco multilated i remember that none other theme song we we had to go get yasser but the i think originally it was just like straight on to split kind of soft no i think they i think the extended it later seasons that they actually did change it because i figure america i think i told you before like the hardest i ever saw my mom laugh was the premier of more committee like the first first season first episode when it came on tv and she was like cry laughing i feel like more committee was different than other things you solved tv at the time it was a lot like they did let him go other shows didn't do then he was a singular talent yeah no everything else was heavily scripted and and uh.

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