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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports

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Authorities: Officers shoot, kill man walking on interstate

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Authorities: Officers shoot, kill man walking on interstate

"Authorities authorities authorities authorities in in in in Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee are are are are investigating investigating investigating investigating the the the the fatal fatal fatal fatal police police police police involved involved involved involved shooting shooting shooting shooting of of of of a a a a man man man man who who who who was was was was walking walking walking walking on on on on a a a a Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville highway highway highway highway the the the the incident incident incident incident began began began began when when when when a a a a Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee highway highway highway highway patrol patrol patrol patrol officer officer officer officer spotted spotted spotted spotted thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven year year year year old old old old land land land land in in in in east east east east step step step step appearing appearing appearing appearing agitated agitated agitated agitated as as as as he he he he walked walked walked walked along along along along interstate interstate interstate interstate sixty sixty sixty sixty five five five five with with with with a a a a box box box box cutter cutter cutter cutter in in in in his his his his hand hand hand hand the the the the officer officer officer officer tried tried tried tried to to to to intervene intervene intervene intervene and and and and additional additional additional additional officers officers officers officers arrived arrived arrived arrived setting setting setting setting the the the the stage stage stage stage for for for for thirty thirty thirty thirty minutes minutes minutes minutes of of of of negotiations negotiations negotiations negotiations trying trying trying trying to to to to get get get get a a a a step step step step to to to to surrender surrender surrender surrender the the the the Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee bureau bureau bureau bureau of of of of investigation investigation investigation investigation says says says says at at at at one one one one point point point point the the the the man man man man quickly quickly quickly quickly reached reached reached reached into into into into his his his his pocket pocket pocket pocket and and and and pulled pulled pulled pulled out out out out a a a a silver silver silver silver shiny shiny shiny shiny object object object object multiple multiple multiple multiple officers officers officers officers apparently apparently apparently apparently thinking thinking thinking thinking it it it it was was was was a a a a gun gun gun gun opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire in in in in east east east east step step step step was was was was killed killed killed killed it it it it was was was was not not not not a a a a firearm firearm firearm firearm the the the the deadly deadly deadly deadly use use use use of of of of force force force force is is is is now now now now under under under under investigation investigation investigation investigation hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe

"Chinese tennis clapping sway has spoken to international Olympic committee officials telling them she's safe and well I S. C. officials confirmed that the Chinese tennis player took part in a thirty minute video call with them from Beijing the call came amid growing global alarm of the pangs disappearance from the public Kanye the tennis star went missing shortly after accusing the top senior Communist Party official of sexual assault social media posting photos of her and her parents had to use tennis tournaments but not enough to quell concerns from people outside of China when her well being I'm Karen Thomas

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Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military

"Was at an event last week. In oklahoma studied talking to an amazing political candidate who former green beret senior. Nco we started talking about bragging. The green berets. And i literally just received a text about thirty minutes before this reception from a very good friend at brag and and i think it went according to you and i want you to comment on what this means for america. So this is the person i've been working with for long long time and i'm not gonna give you the all. The context context the last line of this text. Is this good talking about fort bragg. Home of the green berets our political situation. Right now sucks at fort bragg cut at fort bragg what does this mean for the security of the country well i think china's going around A high fiving one another. I think putin's gotta be laughing. Iranians have to be positively giddy over this. The fact is we've taken action over the last twenty years and accelerate in the last few years that have detail caused our combat. Rain is to deteriorate rows in the garbage dump We are getting rid of good soldiers. Because they don't want to take a vaccine they don't necessarily need we are Demoralizing are people Among the veterans community there are a lot of us. And and you know this as well as anybody dr gorka. The military american military today is largely a legacy organization. You know there are very few folks coming in. You don't have a father or mother or uncle or grandfather who who served. And that's that's why these guys doing or or one of the things that leads to do it and a lot of these veterans are telling people. Don't enlists right now. Don't become part of

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A highlight from Episode 212; The skinny on Research

The Old Man's Podcast

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

A highlight from Episode 212; The skinny on Research

"We're to talk about research. This is going to be a regular leith about thirty minute podcast episode. But it's going to be a singular topic. I want to give this topic enough. Do and i don't want to have to hurry. So research on most overused and often misunderstood term. Don't take some time to slog through this but don't worry we're gonna play trivia as well so on this episode of the old man's podcast. I'm gonna talk about research and we're gonna play some trivia. That is fun then. I don't know what fun. Thanks for being here with me. Let's get it going

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:59 min | 1 year ago

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

"I did some research looking into what really makes a rookie of the year and really three things really came stood out to me. One is opportunity right. You have to actually have minutes significant minutes in a significant role on your team. And if you look over the last couple of years for the rookie of the year race you're going to see that at twenty seven minutes a game seems to be the the threshold that we're looking at for players right now. Two thousand nineteen. It was twenty seven. Point eight doesn't eighteen was thirty minutes a game. And so the first thing that we're we're scouring is is this player going to get significant like starter minutes and a great role on their teams very difficult to crack rookie of the year. No matter how talented you are without those minutes the second key metric is really points per game so in two thousand eighteen. The top three scored. I think sixteen point three points per game two dozen nineteen top three vote-getters for rookie of the year had fifteen point. Three points a game. Twenty twenty was only thirteen points. A game But that was in part because thirty points a game was the third highest gray mark for any rookie about season. And so if you look at the past eight years the winner is was in the top three and usually the top two and scorn for rookies of the year. So not only. Is it going to be minutes but the opportunity to actually score the basketball and does the player have the ability to be a big time scored sort of the next thing that we're gonna look at at it also found that If you go back and sort of look at some of the work that kevin pelton is done at espn Fr- almost every season. The combined averages of points rebounds assists per game when you add those averages together. That's the player that's going to win the ward and then finally You know look when you're looking at rookie of the year. You're not actually talking about the player. That's gonna be the best player in five years if you go back and look at past winters. That's often just not the case. It's it's the player that's can have the most opportunity. I'm to really hit those metrics of scoring Minutes per game and then the sort of combined stats together. That's going to win work the year. And so that's going to change to me. The draft order a little bit about who we're going to handicap again for rookie of the

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Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less

"UPS wants to hire a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday shipping season not only is UPS hiring but they plan to grab up those jobseekers quickly the package delivery company says it plans to hire more than a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday season many of whom will get job offers within thirty minutes of applying UPS needs to snap up workers as fast as possible because of a tight job market competition for hourly workers is fierce and many companies are offering higher pay sign on bonuses and even lower requirements such as hiring those without a high school diploma this speedy hiring applies to its most common jobs for seasonal workers like package handlers and driver helpers who take a package from a truck and delivered to the doorstep but don't drive the vehicle I Shelley Adler

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Black shape is implies that it's it's qualities not that great ride a mainland. Because he's had all these massive like massive movies that are old right like honest. I really really great. I'm i honestly. There's a lot of avatar. Had at the i i enjoy avatar under overseen it look. It's nothing special. I like people out there like he was lost minds when that movie came out like a people people either love it or hate it you know and i'm just somewhere in the middle. I'm just like it's it's fine. And because it's cool to like hate things that a popular people also really don't like titanic this whole if you go to film twitter billing no titanic. Didn't really care for our into fucking homily and all those that bullshit like just well. You know one thing. I think is looking at james cameron's movies except for t one like a you know maybe the abyss a lot of like this seems i know two hundred million dollar movie but it really doesn't seem like anything compared to t- to titanic avatar like those are like dude globally. You or you're like eating the world at that point. Yeah that's such a huge movie. So i think maybe true lies the fact that it is just kind of you know it's not groundbreaking. Maybe the fact that it is something. It is something that somebody else could have directed. It wouldn't be the same film. Might still be a good film. But i nobody else could have made like tea to you. Know like that's not dr tannock tar sir this article anything about that. The fact that like the the concept on the surface is not concept. You know yeah right. It's not a it's not. yeah it's not aliens. It's not tater this hefty lumpy. John constantly is fucking code. See titanic titanic breaks through that service. Oh i spoke through that surface Because i think of the scale of its production right like it was it was it was a three hundred million dollar movie they they. They crushed the real dynamic. Titanic and they film it. I it just seems dude i was. I'm sorry i was playing sunset overdrive and there's a guy who send you on a mission to collect off and he just stays in a submarine and his name is Probably no it's the name of the What's the name if you don't wanna take writing credit for alex mathie and he's like my name. Our smith smithian. I'm making a movie about a plane crash. And i need you to be six hundred million dollars like oh my god awesome. Sorry that's awesome. No no yeah but like. I think we'll just a just trying to understand why this movie isn't as widely recognized. Might be people might think that this is not you can honestly conflict this as a john mccain and maybe you can honestly be like oh i thought that was directed by john madden last last action hero. Kim around bid. I think couple years after this starring on eldest donald as well visually looks pretty similar in our visually. You've got these big action sequences ronald that. Obviously it's a less maybe like the quality of its all that great the writings as strong. Yeah yeah but but you know. I think what you what you said is right. I think. Terminator one Teeter aliens titanic and avatar. I think those are movies that can earlier be directed by james covering whereas this site is something that can probably be handled by john. Mattanen at this time especially as well right. Yeah and not that you know. Mckiernan is less of a director. James cameron but i mean but like i mean james cameron like johnny turn diehard predator like those are all fantastic movies for taiba right. I feel like. He's kind of like the james cameron before james cameron at that time like he's cranking out these incredible movies and especially like true lies. I think that maybe maybe it does have something to do. With the fact that it's just like shoot and brown people and maybe there's some you know september the eleventh kind of feeling behind this seeing that harrier jet and seeing like nukes. Go off. And shit like yeah. That's headed a little too close to home now. Like maybe that's part of it. May i who knows was some of these movies man. I i felt like i was hitting this like what is wrong with this movie that this different from everything and now that i'm over that hump i can enjoy talking about so it's like it's getting not worked out in your back and i'm like i will stop for thirty minutes ten minutes into this movie and talk about what's wrong with it because something is up here but i hate to. This is such a sourdough. did you hear about elisa. She's she was like. I was like god. Damn it man. And and i you know it sucks because obtained the movie and at the same time. It's something where it's like. You know growing up. I knew what powder was like with victor alva- stop is like it's kind of fucked up you know versus now we're hearing about it like decades later my god damn it you know it's like retroactively. I feel like shit for liking it. But still it's it's i i grew up with it. It's still a really enjoyable movie but there is kind of like that. You have to take a minute. That doesn't a bit of a dark cloud above it. Yeah i look anyone listening. Doesn't the back story a dish. Kerr who plays the daughter in this movie. claims allegedly right. I'm not. I'm not saying that. He wanted anything Alleges that one of the crew melissa I can't remember who he she. She goes stunt double from what i was reading. 'cause i fly allies them more than one. Why was rating that. It was Whoever rigs her to the crane at the end because it was like she was like i felt like i had no etta gar. What this much like. I felt like i had nowhere to go. Because this ultimately this guy looks off to my safety on the movie you know i had nothing. I couldn't say anything right. Which is which is tara. She's twelve she's twelve making this and and there's a line where it's like she's fourteen now man. I was like the fox he is. I got a niece in high school. That looks fuck and their ages. Similar but like dude. That's outrageous now. That is flushing meadows Promise this movie. She's fucking totally does though like that's all i can think i was like. Oh my god like khaki tunisia but it's up by the way elisa dish boot now dude i remember her from bringing on. I like track back. I never seen that. Never watched it. But i the reason i brought it up because it's something where it's like. I don't wanna like linger on it because it is. It is like man that sucks but i feel like it's something when you watch one of these movies you have to kind of if you enjoy the movie you have to kind of take your take take take take the good with the bat at least acknowledge it and be like you know. That's if you know a more power to our hope they fucking cut that guys balls off. That's what happened. His the thing are like if. I watch kevin spacey movie like. It's that's what we've brought this up so many times. The usual suspects right. I'm gonna watch the usual suspects as usual suspects. Do you know what i mean like. It's it's it's tough i really. I like tom cruise movie every time. I watch a tom cruise. Movie a separate the scientology like the the actor from what he's doing right. It's much much harder when it's an actual crime been committed that happens on like not on the.

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The Benefits of Walking and Acupuncture

Acupuncture is my Life

02:22 min | 1 year ago

The Benefits of Walking and Acupuncture

"I still get emails asking. Why in many of my podcasts. I recommend this exercise. It doesn't appear as if it does much you know what's the big deal There were other exercises. That are better in this particular exercise. And i even get this from some of my patient is and this. Exercise is walking walking. It's basically a low impact simple natural accessible exercise that has many benefits attached to it. And for starters. Walking is very easy on the bond. I mean you can just get up from your chair and just do a brisk fifteen minute walk and it said it doesn't require any equipment doesn't require that you change your clothes. It doesn't require much of anything other than energy me to myself. The simplest form of exercise out there. Okay i mean globally slightly less than but around twenty five percent of actress of adults don't exercise on a regular basis whereas just one hundred and fifty minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise a week plus regular wellness. Visit with you acupunctures. Where do you go wrong. And now if you really want to look at it right almost one hundred and fifty minutes. That's a lot okay. It's spread out over week. It spread out over five days. It's pretty much a half hour each day for five days and sometimes it can just be thirty minutes of walking. You know you have to go somewhere. And it's thirty minutes away or fifteen minutes away and in fifteen minutes back these year. Thirty minutes for the day

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 1 year ago

What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?

"Us through first of all what is western civilization. Thank you charlie. Thanks turning point for having me ny. I'd be remiss if i didn't also thanked charlie to being a newsweek columnist. So thank you for that and yeah great to be here. You know got dinner last night. We were joking about how we can possibly talk about how to save the west thirty minutes. So let's kind of dive writer and get right to the point here. So leo strauss famously defined western civilization kind of the ever existing tension between jerusalem anathemas between the bible and between kind of greco. Roman reason if you will. I think that's a good place to start a research fellow at the edmund burke foundation. Which is your arm zones. think tank. It's a home for kind of national conservatism. And we think of the nation state. The nation state is being directly derived from the hebrew. Bible actually the tribes of israel themselves going to be the original the og nation state. If will so. I think just recovering a sense of biblical identity and the importance of the nation state. In contrast to globalism in contrast to all sorts of utopian global ideals is a good place to start so it starts with the bible truths jerusalem athens and then obviously rome as well. Which is you. Don't more my good friends territory. Of course there's a lot there and so so rob. You have an interesting perspective on this. So can you tell us what does what makes the west difference. Why is this worth preserving and dare we say is the west better than other civilization projects currently or previously. So i would define the west. An not too dissimilar from josh shared as the combination of greek philosophy roman law and judeo christian religion and What's what's special about that combination. Is this view that a man and woman are at home in the world that there is that using reason we can understand the world and because we are part of a whole that is legible whole that can be discovered using reason we can also understand what it means to be happy as a human

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How to Get Your Seed Money to Start a Business

The $100 MBA Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

How to Get Your Seed Money to Start a Business

"Starting a business does cost money but we need to. I figure out how much it's going to cost you and your business. None of is going to require much upfront capital if you're in the services if you're a graphic designer if you are a musician in your write songs for people if you're a consultant your coach. You don't need much to start. A business probably get started for less than one hundred dollars with a website stating what your services are. Do the work. You get paid that simple. Yes in the beginning. You will be doing the work you'll be fulfilling the services but that's how you get started that's how you actually start being in business and that's going to help you make more money so that you can hire other people to do the work but let's say you are building a different type of business and ecommerce store. You have products that you need to buy i to sell to other people or need to create i. Let's say you want to start a software company where you need engineers to build your software. These is gonna cost you more than one hundred dollars a start so your first exercise is to i dream big right. What is this business. Look like have you started today. What is his business. Look like in ten years. Okay i want you to have that grand idea what this business does. And kinda revenue makes and we'll kind of approx sales kinda customers. How many customers all that kind of stuff right once you spend. Let's say thirty minutes. Jotting down some notes in brainstorming. This vision. I want you to go the other way around. What is the minimal viable version of this business. What is the simplest version the easiest version now. Some people have a hard time doing this. And if you do one exercise helps is to look at a different business and do the same exercise and then go back to your business. A for example. Look at a large business that you know.

Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

Lew Later

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

"So i heard about this. I heard about this. I don't know how to feel. I don't know what to think about it. And we have The weirdest launch sorta launch ever in the history of smartphones. They launched on twitter. We're talking about really day ago. New google pixel just because it's like a series of tweets. Here you go like. Yeah no big deal. Goule is so strange with that They always kind of stumble into these into these into launching these products. I don't know if it's intentional. That in some way it takes the heat off in some way or maybe it's their software company origin. Whether like. hey let's get it out there and see what people feel. Let's get some feedback. Come back in. Thirty minutes will launch it on twitter. Hateem pixel we have a preview to share or you know or do they just not care because he's not their entire business or maybe they're just playing with the leaks you know since they already came out. It's like mine as well just showed off but most of those companies at this scale. Don't do that. We have so much experience with apple that or even samsung take your pick to know that they it's they maintain the secrecy up until the very last moment and even in the presence of leaks and so forth they never. They never really embraced that level of transparency. I don't mind it right. I've looked at a lot of smartphones. I've seen a lotta smartphone events. I don't mind them taking a more casual approach to it. We you and i have seen Recently it was one. Plus with the nord too they. They realize that we're seeing so many typical launch events that they did something completely off the wall and maybe this is another version of it which is just like. Hey here's a phone. We've been working on it. Here's a few tweets. And here's our new chip. Yes the google tensor. Everyone's very curious because no one really knows the specifications on it

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Marketing In Multiple Channels to Create More Revenue Streams

MarTech Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Marketing In Multiple Channels to Create More Revenue Streams

"So i wanna talk to you a little bit about the future for guys like me who are kinda stuck in one channel and you seem to be able to operate multiple different marketing channels at once. We've all this stuff together john. What's the future look like. How'd you get from being a you know a solo per noor operator influence over to being the man behind the duct tape marketing engine. Well i would like to say that. I sat down one day and created this master plan but the reality is i just kept doing things and then i showed up the next day and kept doing more things and i will say that i do have a sense of being able to view things and seeing how they could work together and i think that's one rio key to if you wanna stay lean and have a small team. Things have to actually support each other. You know i started writing blog posts in two thousand and three as a way to just kind of spread the word get my message out there. I added podcasting not so much to build a platform to have a bunch of listeners. I maybe i was hoping that but ultimately added it because it supported the goal of me-meeting other influencers. It was a great way for me to reach out to folks like ben shapiro. Say you wanna be on my show and ultimately. What i wanted to do is pick your rain for thirty minutes. You mean the political podcast or this guy this guy and so it just there was a reason for it. And that's what really allowed me to stick to. When i don't know maybe ten people were listening but that wasn't the goal of doing it. You know so. Many people start things like a blog or a course or a podcast because they want those things to make money. And that's great. That's great ultimately. I hope they do in. The podcasts does Sa- by a significant revenue stream for us but it also supported building the brand at supported away for us to create content as ported away for us to build more authority and so those are the reasons that we did it so ultimately what i'm saying is everything that we've kind of added. There's been a logical reason of how it could support other revenue streams or other objectives.

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JAR Audio's CEO Roger Nairn on When Branded Podcasts Need to Pivot

Podcast Movement 2021

02:17 min | 1 year ago

JAR Audio's CEO Roger Nairn on When Branded Podcasts Need to Pivot

"So perhaps your target audience is in need of a diverse superhero tale. Maybe it's a hard nose detective story or perhaps a newsy current affairs conversation at the end of the day as a brand. It's not about you. it's about them. And you absolutely need to consider this. The entire the during the entire production and throughout the life of the podcast. I'm waiting for the client. That will let me make a fantasy horse adventure. It hasn't yet but we're hoping that it will happen again. with expedia. they created a podcast that offers useful data driven advice. Tips and tricks to the overwhelmed traveler. And so during kovin we actually pivoted the podcast. A little bit to address new needs in questions. At the time expedia was getting absolutely inundated with people Looking to change their travel plans but also looking for information on how to travel safely. Drink ovid as well as a different different carrier Scenarios make money. I was calling them. Roger to try and get my twenty year old daughter back from thailand. That's right yeah. They were getting absolutely inundated and and so we wanted to pivot the podcast to be a support for their customer service team. And so the podcast became more about how to travel the online. Travels you know how to hack the online travel space in a coded world and when we did that the the audience responded so we saw an average consumption rate of ninety three percents. So that's ninety three percents. Listen through rate for an episode which are twenty to thirty minutes long. We increased our downloads. Two hundred fifteen percent and we climbed the charts. I mean we. We appeared in in the top. Two hundred apple podcast charts replaces and travel Each month we secured the number six position. Canada number nine in the united states And it was listed amongst the top podcast featured in travel and leisure lonely planet. The washington post pod drop and all access so new cast like old seattle seasons old. And so the podcast was delivering value that the audience was looking for and as a result the brands got the the benefit from that

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Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

Podcast Movement 2021

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

"Podcast thing is in many ways still treated effectively as a broadcast medium. that's like this one directional pipe yet. that the listenership feels exceptionally I think involved with the hosts like the day. They may be feel more like a. They have the relationship even though there. It's not bidirectional all the time from communications out of. I'm kind of curious like given kind of the ways in which podcasting works like. What are those relationships. Look like with your audience like how do you have. You have that relationship with them beyond the financial. Certainly there's the financial membership side of things but like what what does a relationship look like with your audience catherine so this year. I feel like we've had some great breakthrough. We've had a membership program. Since we we started as an experiment in our first season in people signed up which is amazing. But we didn't really offer we're just like can you help us like we didn't really offer much by way of benefits but so one of the ways risk deepening relationship this year. Which has been really cool. Is that actually. We've had Listeners become guests and that has been really cool because We're always looking for a Surprising unconventional stories and for example we did a whole series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms in we It was a partnership with the guardian. We did a bunch of reporting and we did a lot of call outs to. Are you know audience and Two of the five people we ended up featuring wor listeners of the show one was a waitress in mississippi who had written me a number of times with different story ideas and i thought But then you know. She told me a bit about her life. And i was like actually. I think you're right for this story that we're working on and she. We ended up doing the whole episode about her experience with losing her job and her mental health struggles in getting addicted all these things that like but she very much came to us because she was already in our listener community in the other one was a young mom who was a new orleans nightclub worker and we talked about her career panic struggles and you know what what happened. We ended up featuring on the show as well so also when people hear that listeners are coming from the show. I feel like that they hear that a guest that they have curtis thirty minute episode within their emotionally vested in were listener who reached out that makes them feel like it's more of a two way street and that there is more potential for

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Roger Nairn and Jen Moss on the Added Value Every Podcast Needs

Podcast Movement 2021

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Roger Nairn and Jen Moss on the Added Value Every Podcast Needs

"So there's three main reasons why audiences resist branded podcast. I don't know roger. do you wanna take this slide. The first the versus at their. You know the podcast is always trying to sell you something. And if it's always trying to sell you something then it's an advertisement and who wants to listen to a twenty or thirty minute advertisements. A lot of our branded. Podcasts are also quite biased. They they don't really look at both sides of of Of of the story or of an issue They're quite leaning on one side. And i think podcast audiences look for both sides of the conversation when they get into A certain topic or ours wanna learn about a certain issue and frankly most brands don't know how to tell a great story and if you can't tell a great story then you're gonna lose the audience's interest and You really not taking them along with you so to gain audiences brandon. Podcast need to rise above these common stereotypes and deliver content with with real entertainment or educational value. Like just deliver a ton of value to listener. So that's where we talk about using your outside voice to reach more people. So what do we mean by outside voice. So i put a little thought into this this morning. Here's what we mean. We mean stories and messages with broad appeal we mean high quality storytelling we mean unbranded content or very lightly branded like subtle We mean content. That's relevant to larger social movements or conversations that are going on at the time We mean stepping outside your comfort zone. As a brand we mean having conversations that go far beyond products services but you know probably still wanna adhere to brand pillars of brand

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Trainer Don Saladino on the Power of Basic Foundational Movements

The Model Health Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Trainer Don Saladino on the Power of Basic Foundational Movements

"Let's talk about that a little bit because with that simplicity. You said something in our first conversation. That i still think about today. Which is somebody earning the right to a certain exercise. Yeah when you said that like that was a shift in my because these are things that i think about what you put words to it and so getting to a place where we earned the right to do more advanced things. What are those foundational things for every one of us that we need to invoke in our lives just for basic culture and functionality. Who've i mean there's certain things that we need to be able to do in our life we need to be able to sit on a toilet. I just it just how it is all my telling you to put a bar on your back and start squatting wagner pounds no but we have to start establishing those basic movements. I think with us in the amount of sitting that we do all the time we start losing this elasticity in muscles and that's why our body really starts feeling like junk so on day one of my take someone who hasn't moved in ten years and i'm going to get them to imply metrics no but the goal is to get those joints get some lubrication those joints y'all get some elasticity in those muscles and get them to the point where i can get the moving again like they did as a kid. Now it's all at a different level because certain people yeah we might not be doing a fifty inch box. But i accept that but if i can take someone in their fifties who came in with back pain and in time maybe work with our team of physical therapists or maybe work with You know our team of nutritionist to get inflammation to calm down and then in time we see that their body allow sleeps improving while we got fifteen minutes. Extra sleep every night thirty minutes extra. We're in the right direction. How you feeling body's feeling better not feeling so tight. I'm getting out of the car and i can. Actually i feel like i could job across the street. I we're into something maybe. Let's start with some light jogging. How much three miles. no like. Five to ten seconds. Let's see how your body feels just reestablishing that movement. I think when we do that you would be surprised on how good you can get your body to

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An Interview With Author Christine Leunens

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

An Interview With Author Christine Leunens

"Lunes is a wonderful author. Who's two thousand eight. Caging skies was the nucleus of joe. Joe rabbit very excited to have christine in the podcast today. Christine welcome. thank you tarik so off air. We started talking a little bit about hartford because this is for those listening where christine was born. And obviously we've been listening to the podcast. I live in western massachusetts about thirty minutes away. So how long were you in hartford. Four christine so about three and a half years. So i guess the very vital first years and then we need to. We went then after to massachusetts springfield and west springfield massachusetts. Okay so you went from hartford to springfield. And how holidays you spend in springfield christine. Listen i think. I was seven years old when then we went down to florida and then from florida i went to university and then as a teenager. I went to paris in my younger years. I did go stock because my mother was italian italian-born and my father was belgian and so as a teenager. I was just very interested to go back to europe and discovered the family the family in belgium the family in italy Yes and that makes a lot of sense. Let me ask you so. I want to get into your move in pairs and the second in your your education you move to paris as a teenager and i know that i hope i have this correct. You have a very close reporting relationship with your grandfather. Is that correct christine. Yes that is so he was. He was living himself in paris at the time so he was belgian born but living in paris since over thirty years when i was there so it was quite exciting because he was painter and he did sculpture to and we used to go to museums and we used to discuss art poetry and it was just very exciting to be there and discuss architecture and in fact he was the one who told me. I'm going to be a writer one day and i didn't even believe it was

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Play Your Way

Play Your Way

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Play Your Way

"It's actually game. I just talked about 'em awakening. This is a game that i have played a bunch and have gone pretty far into the game. But i've never actually beaten the game I fall off route the same point but now that i'm kind of on this journey to play bunch of viramune games. I've naturally gone to the point where it's time for awakening and yet i mean i'm enjoying you for all the reasons i've enjoyed in the past the the game. Plays good yeah. Everything just fills well and tight perspective win. This game came out. The franchise was on its last legs. And if awakening didn't do well you know firemen was going to be. There wasn't gonna be any more. Fire emblem games. Obviously it did that job. Well because you know it's been all these years later and we're still getting fire involving games. So i mean i you. It's really fun to play because you could tell and feel the effort they put into making this game work. The main thing for me is when i get to the point that i get to wear like the game starts drag a little bit. Will i be able to stay like hold on. I keep playing. I think i will. It's not like a challenge or anything that makes me do it. Just get a little bored. But i know if i can get through that things really ramp up again from there and i'll be able to to clear the game. Yeah that's that's that's interesting I'm you know now that i'm accustomed with the franchise a little bit now. I'm excited to hear you know Your thoughts more on awakening as you continue last game from me is new pokemon snap and this will be more of an early dots one because i just started new pokemon snap. Now you know played out on the table. I never really played the original. So i'm kind of going in this blind in. I think. I might have mentioned before back when i was younger. I went over to like a family friend's house and played it for thirty minutes..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Right now. Attacking us as individuals attacking small businesses attacking government attacking power suppliers. I mean you name. It and the hackers are working overtime. But this is a stunner reading what companies do risk assessments. Say will really make you think about what you're doing on social media they could even if you're an employee of affirm could end up costing you your job because you could turn out to be the weak link that led to a company being hacked. I mean imagine what's happened with the hacks at the hospitals where people's lives are being put at risk by the hackers and the ransomware. And how are they gaining. Entry to these systems often by looking for whatever the weakest link is and very often it is an employee's social media accounts. I read a quote in the wall street journal. That a hacker can find everything they need to break in to your life within thirty minutes of scanning your social media posts whether they're on facebook twitter length. Dan you name it. What you post creates the risk to your life and those who you touch so you know this is going on. You know what a problem it is. What can you do because the reality with all this is we hear about it and we shutdown. We feel like it's bigger than us which it obviously is. But you're powerless. Which is not true. You have power and you know what that power is its privacy. Be careful what you share. Keep your settings private with whatever social media you're on social media feel so welcoming and inviting particularly for people that were locked up. During the pandemic social media was a breath of fresh air to connect wing love is humans to connect. we're complete introverts and so during the pandemic we laid ourselves wide open. An instituted really risky habits was social media..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"And he's looking around and here's a little girl calling out to him when the race lead him to the motel the that they were going to bang no now he resisted. What about the whole ploy is a come this way i need all right. Well here's this little girl calling out and it's like why won't you help me. She keeps saying that. Why won't you help me. He's trying to get to. Everybody can't he's just like an amazing. It's like a loop road. he's in hell loop hell loop and that's basically it like. He's in this hell loop like he keeps going crazy and he can't get out of it and then we we as the audience exit the motel room and the door is closed and some housekeeper comes by and puts a do not disturb sign on. Yeah and walks away. y- transition to the next segment. Yeah i was like what the fuck but we go. Should we go. And it's going to save the way in. Oh the end. Uh doesn't matter you didn't wanna go segment by segment. Yes i mean that the way in in the way outward people not in order the movie yeah not in order. That's fine so that was first segment while the last segment of the movie connects to the first segment. There's this family this dad this mom in this daughter and they check into this airbnb rape and there's a knocking out the door. Yes initially at like an ice cream shop. Yeah come up in one of those and there's like these figures in mass vary like the strangers Where it's like people knocking on the doors tamra there. Yeah but These figures in mass. They cut the power and they break in and the parents split from the daughter. The daughter goes and hides in a closet and the parents are there and the wave is called the cops already in. They said it's going to be thirty minutes before the cops get there..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

Maureen From Quarantine

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

"We are in the new normal in the midst of this quarantine but yeah what would in other words i know. There's no necessarily age. for The meditation but in terms of the really starting to get the kids. Let's say would it be kindergarten. Were they have lactation technique or yes. So interestingly when when my little one was in kindergarten he was a promoter of meditation veins so he went in kindergarten. Teach in towards. My mommy can come classes teach meditation. It was very funny so i went to kindergarten classroom and tried to have them do relaxation. The at that age nobody wants to sit puts right right as being very beautiful. Observe some children who just sat. They close their eyes. And i guided instructions often. They will review. Who wanted to know what i was doing. So they had that is open and they were fiddling about everything right so relaxed can mean different things for little children. But it's just for them to listen to the instruction it's a body scan way. We had them relaxed or the different body pods right through the activity. It's about five to seven minutes That's what we do for young children but as they get older like you said everything that an adult would do set for thirty minutes right in silent meditation and order of the other practices. That come along with hatful this meditation. It's such a beautiful thing and thank you again. I was so honored to be invited to your home. And i've always loved the way. And i love saying sonny sonny sonny and you would say. Will you be coming home. And that's such a beautiful way to put it at such a beautiful gentle world off and then we would gather a group of us in and sit on the little pillows where i love the simplicity of it all that you offered in opened up your home and take our shoes off. And there's something kind of cool about that the because i'm into the whole shoot barefoot and grounding earth too but that Natural organic place..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Occupied

"It's so often. This is the the causes of poor health mental health. Physical health too is the business of the lifestyle and not slowing down. Sometimes we just people don't feel like they have the time to actually ask. How are you and this is much of my work is helping women just slow down and to break and to take some real pauses in live Because we are trying to just push on press on in we've got a bank manual things And that's a big problem within the mental health world. But also in the pelvic health as well and sir think practicing that one asking and actually really checking in lucky saying And that that slowing down And how does that feel when you actually offer the spice and that as a clinician too. When you actually offer this vice not disaster. This appointment needs to end in thirty minutes. In our end yes there is an honoring of your own time and their time as well but what has to happen in. That thirty minutes doesn't have to look like anything particular if you're offering what this person needs in this moment. Yeah i think what you've done. Broadly is something that i think. See this is the big difference between i guess. I'm more. Generalized view physique therapies. You've almost incorporated mental health aspects into a physiotherapy skill set. And then your your choosing to apply that to women's health specifically in pelvic health even more specific legates niching down but i the subjects. I'm teaching at the moment. I actually do have zero therapy students in it. And that's the big difference that we're seeing. We're looking through communication and seeing the differences in the professions being that the physiologic generally very prescriptive very structured very evidenced by all of that and the. It's are a little bit more. I'm biased. So i think that a little bit more free with what they can look at and how they implement it and what they actually look at which is why i think that what he mental health as a profession and physios diet which i do. I sort of wanted like. I've always obviously known. Physi- is really in mental health. But i'm always like is there spice like i couldn't really work out how.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"Yeah i think that I am going to do something never done before. So listen up ready. I want you to schedule some time with me. Thirty minutes is fine. And just tell me what your dream is. Just tell me what it is that you want to do whether it's work related or whether it's you know whatever you do you feel like you haven't been able to figure out how to do it and i wanna help you. Okay so just go over to natural curiosity dot life and schedule some time. Because i want you to be doing what you love. Because the happier you are happier our world is the happier marinus. I honestly and i have found that. I'm happy so i wanna spread it out. Share their wealth. There you share the wealth can be happiness. It doesn't after be money. It can be anything and marion's offer is genuine. I know it comes from her heart. Oh kelly ann is in our audience. She's watching us from facebook. Is warning ladies. love this segment..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"I'm down and he blood HTML web when it comes to Needles anyway, but that's not here. Nor here I just happened to be coming back. It was because I got my Kia to shop and I was jacked up. So I was driving to get. I was going to school at 3, I should get my car washed like like so. And I hate I'm not good at people going to pick up a spoiled little bitch. But if I get a car wash, I'd rather just pay the people to just wash the car them like you know, how they they have a carwash. When you vacuum yourself. I feel like I never do as good. A job as the person vacuuming the car, like I'd rather pay the extra money to have you to 100% Cuz everytime, I feel like I like make it worse. Yeah, like screwed up the car anyway. So I'm in a rush. So, hey, I got hey, man. And now in the back seat of my car, I got my, my, my, my my daughter's toys and like concrete walls and Frozen dolls, and they'll kind of jump back there but it's messy back to the food. So I don't, I like drop the car. I like wait around for thirty minutes. Come back, pick up my kid and her toys are gone. She's like a daddy working toward my dolls, so I checked the glove compartment or not in there. I checked. I checked the back of the car, not in their office. So now we drive back to the car wash and I'm like, hey man, where a, my kids toys I figure they're in a bag or something, right? Maybe the guys like, oh, talking my boss, bucket, tough, tough guy comes over. I'm like, hey, where am I? Oh we throw them away, but yeah, I go through it. What do you throw them away? They were there in the birth. It's not my job to organize you. Fucking I go, why wouldn't you just ask? Do you need this?.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

"Now everything that i taught myself everything that i prepared for everything that i just bill myself. A up to a certain level of to a certain degree of okay. You can get through this. There ain't nothing you've been there done net. It can always get worse. When i realized it was still on hold and i stop doing the other things because now efficiency is going to have to take a back seat because now i'm concerned i'm concerned in a little bit trouble. I back up my phone. And i look and is it's it's been on and i've been on hold and this thing's been going on for about thirty minutes now. I'm at the point. Decisions and choices have to be made a met. The point thirty minutes is a long time to be on hold. How much more time am i willing to waste. How much more time. And my i willing to just let dissipate like heat coming from objects releasing energy because they had an abundant abundance of energy and it just released out because it had nowhere else to go. I may the decision to just go a hair and stay on the call. 'cause i need device to work function properly. I need the device to work and function properly. And i've already i've already given thirty minutes. I can afford and yes a ford to give more time and time is super super important to me because it's somethin' that you can't get vac it's something that wants is gone. It gone unless unless it. I'm not gonna finish that rags. You know why noobs go back silica documents if you want more on his time in my opinions and things about time go back review distort documents been there said it and i'm not going to venture off. This road can't do it. I see shiny objects. Not today you're getting me No no no no. I've already given about thirty minutes. I was prepared to give more dismal test. The me everything that. I prepared myself for everything that i built myself up for. It is being tested big time because it's like seriously.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Agent of Wealth

Agent of Wealth

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Agent of Wealth

"Hey i got in thirty minutes every day. Like that is what your goal should be. It should be the process getting in those workouts. And the second part of that is is actually framing your time so i almost don't even care for the first week. What you do you just want to be able to fit that final where that time is for you to get it in right and that's one of the hardest things about. It is really finding the time everyone's busy and making sure you're setting yourself up for success based off of your schedule for instance.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"So i haven't looked in awhile. And so i don't know santiago did you. Did you wanna share it any any like As we wrap up this cows wanted to share any any more stories about your your journey in in music production. There's i don't know why this is the story that comes to mind but there was one point where a friend of mine was like. I'm going to make an album or early in. I have all these songs and like. I have friends that are going to work on it. And so like. I want you to play bass on it and we're going to make an ep the summer and so we started working on it. We got the the demos recorded in in the studio and then we started bringing some friends and the the song was actually written by this other person and they they weren't the ones setting the tempo in the recording and so we were like. Hey we just need you to play the ukulele part just with the demo that was recorded and they just like were not getting in time with it and i tried like so many different ways of like well. Let's go with this will. Have you tried hearing it like this. Okay well let's try it with just the metronome. Oh let's try with like hearing the track on there. I'm going to sing the part into the microphone. Here as you play it and it's like into your headphones and so it's like all these different methods and it was just like. hey. I'm sorry you're still. You're still off and they got super frustrated and it's like i'm sorry i i know this is like it's your song but it's also not your song but like let's just take a break and we'll we'll see where we go after this break and that's where i learned the very important lesson of like if it's not there than just got to leave it alone because it was like thirty minutes straight of like trying to find some way of explaining to this person that like sorry. You're still doing it wrong. We're still on good terms and we're friends and everything but like yeah that wants do. Experience was like really challenging. A another person that was in the studio went up to me afterwards and was like you're the most patient man i've ever seen so yeah don't force anything it's okay we'll if it's not working immediately we'll we'll get back to it that's.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"But there's a reason that it's like instead of four hours. It's a bunch of thirty minutes you know it's fights is yeah you bite off what you could chew and if you can have another serving then you can take another serving. You know totally manteaux. Don't don't don't don't put all the food on your plate at once like until the kids. You can always come back for seconds if you feel like i mean after four hours and bloated in world where you only have trailers and posters to judge a movie. Jim and ted strike out to answer the age old question. Will you see it. Hello.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"Okay. I was just being dramatic. No no people think it's guilt. They think that it's there they didn't. They weren't strong enough. They weren't successful especially people that don't have a recovery background like they're like all i screw up by. I can't stay absent. I can't stay off the flower and they actually think that that feeling you got is guilt. Like they're guilty. But it's not it's a an actual physical downturn because you just push manually all of your feel good and you felt good pretty good in the good of sugar is not like a high cocaine or you know whatever it's like you're just feel right with the world for a little bit for thirty minutes right and whatever you're doing is better the little relation you know your your your lunch or your whatever it is. You're doing just this. And then all of a sudden it starts to go downhill really fast stamp.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The assailants. Your job get them the documenta drama of an actual crime for the next thirty minutes in cooperation with the los angeles police department. You will travel step by step on the side of the law. Through an actual case transcribed from official police fighters from beginning to end from prime to punishment. Dragnet is.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Grid

"Student of the game if you will and how would you go about or did you go about Studying this hand. Because as i mentioned earlier it's kind of a wonky spot in that almost immediately disintegrates in terms of trying to put it into a solver because you know the the small blind leading out and then the rest of the results would be bolic's. Would you know lock that like. Would you study a handling this right so inespal like this. It was mostly just kind of anecdotal. Were told my friends about in. And they're very successful tournament players and they've seen the spot enough times to kind of know what makes sense and what doesn't kind of normally a group consensus when it comes to things like this. We're like some people like on a more aggressive like love the idea of piling and all the money but then again most successful turn players also know that when you get called twice then face a strange river aggression in a very unusual line. It's probably just a really good hand. It's really hard to make money in tournaments getting people to fold really good hands. This was a tournament. The venetian right. You your decision. Controversial decision to play life poker during the pandemic. And how you mitigate that risk. I mean it's a pretty good spot i guess to quote unquote play tournaments. And i just kinda did all. I could to kind of stay away from people and wash wash my hands and like sanitize like thirty minutes or so..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"You're who i feel compelled to reach out after reading their profile. Because i just feel like there's so many factors of like someone might not even be active on this or they might be interested in me too. So i don't wanna spend thirty minutes dissecting their profile if they're not gonna even swipe back on me and i personally would rather have more conversations because i think yes. You're actually get the full picture through like a text message type conversation but i do think you can start to like get a vibe in energy can see if they're asking you questions back you can see. Just how a conversation is flowing. And that's kind of how i wiggle it down even further people that want to take to a video call and then from there are people that i want to actually meet in real life. Yeah i absolutely love that. And i think that what we've seen in the research hint that video chats our this great low pressure vibe check its way less intense setup that a real day you know. You're not spending money on drinks. You're not necessarily using a lot of allen or you're just saying you can have chemistry. You make me laugh. Do i like the sound of your voice right. It's just like this gut check and so that's been really helpful. And i totally agree with what you're saying about a conversation images. Is this person putting in effort right or is this person what we call z q zero questions. Oh my god those people kill me. Yes that's And so really emojis or like. Yeah yeah like the one word response back in like one carrying the condo. It's like the worst so if we have to summarize it's realized that the profiles are pretty superficial. Get to the chat in the chat. Say is this person putting an effort. Do we seem to be getting along. Do the video chat. Do the vibe jack and then from there you really start to get to.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"I would rather not be that then in just block off that wall altogether. We can't go down that road so yes no murphy's long that's who i am. Hi wrong it will go by like thirty minutes. You guys setting up stuff. Because i was like. Nah they're not.

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