21 Burst results for "Thirtyseconds"

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Race line radio network well for the thirtysecond occasion the is cut lucid exhibition place in toronto for the honda indy one by gase racing's scott dixon from new zealand little recap of this show and of course adding expert analysis to become to expect with fine gentleman welcoming back in canadian motorsport hall of famer and the man behind the wheel section the toronto star are very good buddy the celebrated celebrated norris mcdonald norris you're in your truck not move in that's good news ladder me beyond belief air yes i know on purpose that i give it accurate just exactly yes wes you do are you are the finest radio sometimes television analyst and reporter i'm motor sport this aren't you kind it's always a pleasure to be on the air with listen i thank you sir and bank edge as as you know we had you on our toronto affiliate are co flagship station sports net funny the fan before the race started on sunday since it has occurred and i'm looking at various critiques of it and various reports on it norris you've been to all thirty two of these you've covered you've been involved with it you're in the first few years involved with corralling photographers working with was fertile and doing a few things like that but you've seen all thirty two of these if that wasn't yes if that wasn't one of the best indycar races we've seen gene at the seaney grounds in toronto i think it's definitely in the top three and maybe in the top two do you agree or do you disagree i agree with one hundred percent there have there eighty six yeah ellison you know there's there's been exciting races i mean my goodness early days for the very very first one we don't want to spend time in this no rain hall was was held in the pits for more than a minute to laugh yeah and came back to win yes you do which was just an astounding dry having that this race had everything it had exceptional driving in had i thought it was a nascar race i i have never seen as much bumping and banging and grinding than i've seen in this race these types have suddenly become fearless i'm not so sure such a good thing well you know they're open wheel cars in walls each side yeah what they do but the thing was that there was good work there were mistakes in the pit i mean arco andretti did not have to go in no hitting what the heck were they doing and and gave up a fourth place no to our local hero angeles right ellie his teeth that point it sorted out some problems he was having his steering earlier and he was closing in of ten laps it might have been a different result entirely but the thing was ahead everything and it had good weather is a little warm but i had a fantastic crowd and we were talking that earlier we were and and you know simon passionate and his second in the race even made mention in the post race press conference about the fact that every grant stan was packed yep and you do any better than that no you can't and we were talking about you know is this race on the rebound will be ever get back to the glory days of the eighties nineties maybe not but you know i think after we saw the saturn the entertainment on the race track men i think this thing is is is on the rebound yeah are you are so correct i really think it's on the way yeah now now the people who it's people who own race evergreen race promotion it's right at and you know jeff acton is very able lovely guy president of honda indy thing now have to capitalize on this better no use it's no use sitting back and say well we're on the road back we don't have to do anything we're going to put a great you know if if they build it if you build it they will come no you have to now promote this race you got it throughout the year and not leave it up to airi'q thomas and norris mcdonald and i was only speaking partially tongueincheek today you on the fan yeah nobody does more promoting this rates than you and i do well you're right you know but they've got to promote this and take advantage of this thing but do don't drop the ball now now you know it probably the.

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Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky

Raceline Radio

03:36 min | 3 years ago

Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky

"Line on the radio network with the latest news and opinion and here we go on the race line race rap thirtysecond honda indy toronto in a scorcher it was when everything came unglued though in lap thirty four when the leader joseph new garden got bogged down it off grew tire marbles new zealand's scott dixon shot up into the lead knee held it there for its third one of the season third in toronto simon panel second and podium third in his hometown race for robert wiggins how fine is this his oakville team may jeans hinge james hinchcliffe other fourth charlie kimball fifth montreal zach claim into mental good story here to started dead last twentythird scored fourteenth healthy weekend throng for the thirty second running of the streets of toronto for the indycar series just might be the best one we've seen in maybe twenty years i don't know what you think i've thought it was pretty good indycar points into middle high auto the toronto in just about doubles dixon's points lead he leads new by sixty two coming up in our guest segments detail rundown of the finishing order then toronto star wheels norris mcdonald will join us for some expert analysis of the chase by the lake and thanks to all who stop by our broadcast location on thunder rally with our toronto affiliate to say hello and benches with us darn hot but darn good indycar notes if you don't mind i wanna go back a page to hinchcliffe win on the iowa oval the race ending under caution something nascar considers burning at the stake worthy heresy hinch has no trouble with races ending under caution but you gotta be careful this is rooted in fuel if the track is clean with two laps to go then yam forum i don't i'm not a big fan of like doctoring the length of a race just to make sure it ends under green for me there's too many races that are fuelled races for us we run out of fuel crossing the line and if all of a sudden a yellow fly comes out with to go and ends up becoming a green white checkered erases erases done and i don't i don't think that's fair we go into it knowing how long it's going to be and that's what we planned for so that's what i want to run the exactly fuel aside you are manipulating the finish of a race when you add laps to try and ended under green and i don't like that at all and i think you all know that all the indy lights tidy up toronto began to indy lights award in arusha one those candidates kelly was fifth and sixth master hadas peres well arenas vk one both of those candidates parker thompson finished eighth in both of those endeavors nascar cup under the lights again this time in kentucky and martin to x junior and canadian crew chief copan dominating proceedings leading all but ninety three of the two hundred and sixty seven laps win number four on the season for true junior the defending champion ryan blaney second brad keselowski third kozlowski still winless the season that's a surprise cup points in new hampshire kyle busch who was fourth at kentucky leads harvard who was fifth by fifty nine cup clippings or plans come together it seems at charlotte pretty nicely for the september thirtieth wroval four hundred i playoff road course in nascar history longest road course in the sanction as well two point two eight miles seventeen turn road thing thirtyfive feet of elevation change that uses a portion of the charlotte oval kind of like what they do daytona it will be the first cutoff race of ten race cup playoff nascar xfinity at kentucky the christopher bell canada's alex labbe thirtysecond with some contact trucks ben rhodes took that candidate stuart friesen second that i win is coming and coming soon nascar canada avocado indie that went to andrew ranger from one week up for germany twentysecond lewis hamilton accepting the apology from kimi raikkonen for their first lap crash off the start of the british grand prix and wants to move on oh we're so happy to hear this lewis was clobbered by the ferrari driver turned three at silverstone which dropped to eighteenth but wasn't a treat ever watch him charge back through to.

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Opec debating compromise output boost, say sources

Bloomberg Markets

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Opec debating compromise output boost, say sources

"Eleven three studio charlie pellett trade war heard a little bit about that haven't you absolutely bloomberg radio it's all we're talking about would be very careful because there is a distinction are we in a trade war right now or is it still at the dispute stage you are so smart well we're gonna talk a little bit about the trade dispute slash war you make up your mind just a moment now it's ever to try thank you very much and let us begin with how equities finish today the sp nasdaq nasdaq moved higher snp lower the dow also laurel one hundred three point drop in the dow down about four tenths of one percent sp down five down two tenths of one percent nasdaq eked out a gain swinging between gains and losses right into the close but ended the day higher by half a point tenure up one thirtysecond the yield there two point one two point nine one percent gold little change down ninety cents the west texas intermediate crude up one point one percent sixty five eighty on wti according to people briefed on the talks opec members are considering a compromise agreement that would entail an oil output hike of between three hundred and six hundred thousand barrels a day over the next few months by chino's with paths trading partners he says it could be an even bigger development and that is the possibility of russia becoming closer to opec i think it's the most significant thing that could come out of this meeting in vienna i mean you're talking about the two worlds the world's two largest oil producers consistently the us popped up there on an occasion during this production cut but both of them can turn on anywhere from two to three million barrels respectively without cap which the us can't do and again wti west texas intermediate crude up one point one percent sixty five eighty four a barrel of wti recapping stocks mixed snp down five down two tenths of one percent nasdaq up half a point little change the dow down one zero three at dropped their a four tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett and that is a bloomberg business flash all right charlie thank you so much you're listening to bloomberg markets carol massar and this is bloomberg radio.

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Trump claims N. Korea no longer nuclear threat, tells U.S. to "sleep well"

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Trump claims N. Korea no longer nuclear threat, tells U.S. to "sleep well"

"The means of distribution at and t is hoping to replicate the capabilities of comcast which acquired nbc universal in twenty eleven gina cervetti bloomberg daybreak at and t shears down about two percent in early trading time warner search four and a half percent after the decision was announced here's the nation are block adele almost nineteen percent in early trading the tax preparation company forecast twenty nineteen revenue below analysts estimates the firm also said it didn't see the new client growth it had wanted air us sanctions and economic upheaval may take major toll on the oil market the story from bloomberg's patrice accordia in its first detailed forecasts for two thousand nineteen the international energy agency says opec members iran and venezuela could lose almost thirty percent of their oil output next year the iea says new oil output from outside opec in particular us shale should be enough to cover growth in demand but nations such as saudi arabia may still need to boost output to compensate for lost supply from other members opec meets next week and we'll debate whether to restore production at halted last year patrice sikora bloomberg daybreak thank you patrice double capitals jeff flock is warning that the stage may be set for fiscal trouble lock says the us is increasing the size of its deficit but at the same time it's raising interest rates he calls that a suicide mission lesson futures up three points that is a tenth of one percent ten year treasury prices up one thirtysecond the yield a two point nine five seven one percent this is bloomberg thanks bob now six or seven on wall street let's get news from around the world we say good morning to bloomberg's michael barr thank you john president trump says there is no longer a nuclear threat from north korea trump sent the tweet after landing this morning and marilyn from his historic summit with north korean leader kim jon own in singapore meanwhile australian prime minister malcolm turnbull praised president trump but says as country welcomes the summit outcome cautiously where will it lead will result in the complete denuclearization of the peninsula only time will tell you secretary of state mike pompeo is traveling to south korea.

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EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after concessions

01:01 min | 3 years ago

EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after concessions

"Johnson ceo alex gorski on bloomberg big decisions tonight at nine thirty on bloomberg television european union may give it's okay today for buyer or bayer if you will to take over monsanto that's according to the german news agency dpa the report says buyer would still have to meet some conditions for the sixty six billion dollar deal deal to go through meantime us antitrust regulators are still opposed to that takeover sp futures this morning down by three points that is a tenth of one percent dow futures lower by thirty points nasdaq futures down by twenty seven points in europe london's footsie is down almost half a percent this morning the cac in paris down third of one percent the dax in frankfurt down a tenth of one percent ten year treasury prices up one thirtysecond yield down to two point eight nine oh four percent you're listening to bloomberg daybreak and this is bloomberg radio.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"What we note actually never listen so she says start off with thirty minutes so if you're angry at means at something you have thirty seconds to another thirty minutes thirty seconds you have thirty seconds to tell me something and then i have thirty seconds to repeat back what you just said and then i give you thirty seconds of what i feel than you have to repeat thirtyseconds of what i just said and then you have your thirtyseconds tell me your things so it makes us actually listen listen to each other for wants because most of the time in a fight with relationships we're just either were intoxicated or yell lane in were in were and were were listening to the other person yell at us an hour doing it in our minds is thinking about the next thing to say dig you'll mac at them so as a good really good technique that she that she told me about they'll have you utilize the best the firing i've done it once one time one time and it's really hard because than they're like stop psychoanalyze inmates at join your thing and i was like okay well we haven't got in an argument yet so our first argument i'm going to try and out i'm gonna cut you off at thirty seconds and we like to do anyway stunts fake then i'm going to try and remember what you said number like sorry biz annexes kicked in i really i can't remember the last thirty seconds what that's new number who this that that's that is how it is going to work oca great i mean i'm gonna do my best you send your bedroom also in the kitchen and we can just took textiles rather also you'll you'll you'll you siri because you're old a general can artists now all your little talk about oh you know i you know i would like to get people to to to to tweet me about this and let me know if you're somebody out there who uses siri to text people care because the only people i know who do this are.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

"In your day when you have the opportunity to decide what to work on next based on your priorities your energy and the amount of available time here's an example yesterday i finished one task that i had set for myself to do and it was now time for me to move on to another piece of work the default that most of us fallen into is we do that without thinking we glands that are to do list or me we jump right into our email in box and we pick the the thing on our todo list that is just feels like it's going to be a quick win like i i just need to get something done today some give me that good feeling that i checked the box let me just get five more emails replied to get the vis feeling like i i got some made some sort of progress but that's a trap it's alive the at phelan it's a false feeling of progress you may be checking the box or responding to other people's emails but you're hunt actually moving yourself or your team toward success instead take a few minutes maybe only to require thirtyseconds may only require five minutes it's certainly well worth it to to invest even five minutes to plan your next what you're going to do next so at that point i i looked at my todo list and just took a step i took a break quentin refilled my coffee cup in just reflect a little bit on what my priorities are what is my energy level and how much time do i have available my energy said that the next thing i should do was record the podcast for episode 1 sixty nine i wanted to do that that's this topic i'm talking about right now as excited i had the energy to do that but i could see on my calendar that less than an hour away i had a scheduled call if somebody and i wasn't good that call i wasn't gonna it was not one that i wanted to two cans.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Yeah and i think that there's really good reasons to keep yourself anonymous when you're talking about body for any financial independence blogging about or or just talking publicly about how much are you money you make how much money you have or what you're finding schools are in general that can be a personal subject and city it just great that we have the internet and these mediums to express ourselves through that that are not imus not anonymous so i do not share my income and networth with some with folks but some people are not amiss and to share that and that's great information day to get a picture of right i think having the information seeing what other people make their their spending levels their savings levels mr and mrs while save sixty five percent of their salary that's amazing and when somebody just says that out of the blue you're like whatever your full of garbage but then when they also share their income and their expenses that's really helpful and you don't you don't want everybody to know your business maybe so blogging anonymously as great i'm glad they do it because they think they've got some great stories to share goal should we wrap up hearing and get home that was a pretty long episode that was pretty long episode thanks so sticking around with us yes before we go one quick note if you lakeridge you hear please go on i tunes and leave us a review or rating we are brand new show still an episode hearing episode seven and we love seeing those reviews and getting them in that helped spread the word and share the show with more people who might benefit yes that would be very very helpful for us to spread this story around so yeah it's really is it takes wet thirtyseconds fortyfive seconds to go i tend to leave a review for the bigger pockets money podcast said thank you very much a.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Popcast

"Like i mean if that was the most provocative moment on the grammy right you know it may have split the odds and that could discourage them from doing things like that in the future let's listen to a little bit of this sort of like wailing kendrick lamar performance which really should watch the video of because you're stole lot happenings lake there's either just him in a drummer on stage or like him and like forty military dancers onstage but here's thirtyseconds of control cats well and i just wanted to remind the odious the only thing more frightening than watching a but man be honest american is being anonymous black man in america sorry for the interruption please continue singapore code pink two with gut pretty people got her get more kept pretty wolfgang topped up for the city brick doc in i definitely didn't help and about that lake busy that is a mini what can i shut when they citifor tucker the temblor been is again he wants to release again almost a tablet deuce of the twin pudding twin twin greenback credit let me let let greek late payment my bad bad run legal the door oh my god were you white house lee's visit the.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I'll tell you something about the story here because listen that thing is here with the store that people are gonna see this movie the problem on at a premier with the stars were there you hyped up forward and you're going to be forgiving of a lot of things to but i'm looking at this and even during the movie i have to be honest with things that stood out to me and because there are things have so good i mean in the movie them going back to doing practical effects in shooting a location that's there's so many great things here that you don't want to criticise the movie because they're trying hard to bring it back now into stores but make this will feel more real than it was before shooting on location has made this world feel much more real oh yeah you know this everything is not on a green screen we do have creatures that a blended in with with natural backgrounds even the creatures of cg is speaking to you man about about their are other characters in here now i thought when i watched a trailer said our oil you know what i'll give me a little because you come about the ports on he walks 20 get it yesterday you're right thinks the ports going to be the new he walks in that they're not dating no you know they have all man we greet you in here counterfeits their environment or in and they don't take over it'll take over there just natura parse the environment in what they've done well is that they've taken creatures and even if they are small onscreen they painstakingly have gone and i shall just a click thirtyseconds of feature it the painstakingly gone in and said even with these small creatures wanted to do a mixture of puppetry and cg and that's what they deal with a lot of the abode crystal dogs.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"For has gonna kick a field goal he lets thirtyseconds run the clock gets it to thirty denver kicks the field goal than they kick off the threetime mats left does the neil it's like you're losing in your teams not a playoff team what are you preserving era but it was saint they use eu snapped about jacksonville and others who long passes look i had wide open guide the browns plus three and a half there are twenty one seven the fourth add jacksonville minus two and a half up twenty seven ten and the them i i'll lose both these games yes is insane yeah but cancelled affable jacksonville on paper has the recipe to beat the patriots where it should so the game down here rush brady up the middle macomb uncomfortable make it at seventeen fourteen 2017 type game you four and a time of possession fornet as 38 carries and just keep the ball away for brady but you can throw in them it's a thing i the throw deepen their maybe maybe inadequate it it it it throw jaylen ramsey but i think he can go over the top in them i think the pats in the thing with jacksonville's wants her down ten it's over would blake be the worst quarterback that ever be the patriots in the playoffs sanchez we lost this all right that's right yeah i think we lost to him twice i might have blocked one of of edward censure was highly regarded sanchez would think could throw diesels bar lindsey agency was awful i don't know it added a nonconfidence listener but the steelers the pats yvonne the steelers i think all the steelers fans have have just kind of given up now you're not going to say ninety on them this week and there's something going on with them now they've they pulled out some wins the ah you know and i i think they chaisiri thing which is awful and i'm amazed by the lack of information we have from debt for a minute one couldn't get any information about what happened i still i i think it's reading yes it seems like it's bad and they've just kept it out of the public grime way his teammates yesterday i mean you could feel it.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"For has gonna kick a field goal he lets thirtyseconds run the clock gets it to thirty denver kicks the field goal than they kick off the threetime mats left does the neil it's like you're losing in your teams not a playoff team what are you preserving era but it was saint they use eu snapped about jacksonville and others who long passes look i had wide open guide the browns plus three and a half there are twenty one seven the fourth add jacksonville minus two and a half up twenty seven ten and the them i i'll lose both these games yes is insane yeah but cancelled affable jacksonville on paper has the recipe to beat the patriots where it should so the game down here rush brady up the middle macomb uncomfortable make it at seventeen fourteen 2017 type game you four and a time of possession fornet as 38 carries and just keep the ball away for brady but you can throw in them it's a thing i the throw deepen their maybe maybe inadequate it it it it throw jaylen ramsey but i think he can go over the top in them i think the pats in the thing with jacksonville's wants her down ten it's over would blake be the worst quarterback that ever be the patriots in the playoffs sanchez we lost this all right that's right yeah i think we lost to him twice i might have blocked one of of edward censure was highly regarded sanchez would think could throw diesels bar lindsey agency was awful i don't know it added a nonconfidence listener but the steelers the pats yvonne the steelers i think all the steelers fans have have just kind of given up now you're not going to say ninety on them this week and there's something going on with them now they've they pulled out some wins the ah you know and i i think they chaisiri thing which is awful and i'm amazed by the lack of information we have from debt for a minute one couldn't get any information about what happened i still i i think it's reading yes it seems like it's bad and they've just kept it out of the public grime way his teammates yesterday i mean you could feel it.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG

CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG

"A person who needs me to live and how it home i going to do that won't holiest xbox control a moment of the giving of gaming of the give up football minds we wanted will agree rang server pulled changing diapers we had our second child sunny day and i took a jar of chunky peanut butter over to the diaper changing table that we end and i put a big slabbet in my hands and i got my wife's attention is right now thanksgiving as a matter of fact my inlaws rover and i looked over and said honey there's something wrong with sony's poop it doesn't seem to look smells wait normally does and everyone looked over it may put peanut butter in a clean diaper i put my hand then i took it out and i put the chunky peanut butter in my mouth they of course thought it was studies poop and you get a good south thirtyseconds of a disgust and then laughter and then you want to be the dog house for much of a thanksgiving puts a great prank if you're a first time that by all means you should try and i'm hopeful that you'll tell you france tell you friends kearns got a podcast so it's all going to start after thanksgiving i'll give you at least one podcast that we all introduce you to some amazing people who have amazing life stories in experiences and the throughout the week i'll add video and links of voters to the website and hopefully you'll check it out what more time the website is hello my name is craigcom thanks for joining me and i gotta it feels good to be back.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"If something goes wrong right and i'm assuming that's a lot of what it is just like being aware being mindful and being ready for anything nothing out to have your guard up all the time just like okay well maturing this way in wait thirtyseconds telematic elevator than i know i'm good to go down to worry right now that you out of it or gaza that's the whole idea is for you to to sit there and just have an understanding of how the tool to work against extreme examples arm but basically if you know if if there is an salt right now somebody ran in here and your attacked me says it's acne when it was successful and grabbed a knife new stabbing killed me in the neck yeah you've got to be a criminal act yemen in a you know he probably should be prosecuted uh just looks dental law probing carceres dresses life um or we could have that same scenario guy comes in in this time i'm successful ice that he's you know he's getting in a lethal in my life is in danger and i see that night and unable use that knife stabbed him in the same area in the neck killing him a horrific but pro should degree to hate tim's justified in doing that this guy was you know this guy was absolutely on criminal in trying to kill him in using fear for his life what i try to get her read understand is we love the story on either side of that but the fact is this if it was the good the bad guy the knife to the side of networked each time it didn't care if it was a good guy bad guy so therefore violence is just a tool.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"And it before us particularly our clients have looked for jobs for twenty or thirty years and the market is different in terms of the types of jobs that are available but the process to get those chops are just so completely different it's amazing and that's what people need here i i will say you know i kinda miss some of that interaction people you should drop resumes off at where i worked in the past and you would make a few minutes to kinda get get a gauge of them and you know right some impressions down so that you know if you didn't have anything open at a time but now the volume it's just massive the inner with the internet has created is such volume that's really tougher recruiters to figure not i was just going to ask of you heard feedback uh from the recruiters and the company that you work with that the technology actually is a hindrance here the bids a love haight it it it is a love hey you hat you have to figure out how to be very selective in either questions that you put on the front end before people can apply that helps worth them out during process makes our brace it doesn't great and if i haven't been thoughtful and setting up that filtering process i miss a lot of good candidates which i do believe is little bit of what we hear about the mismatch is just that the volume that the internet enables makes it really tough for one single person to review hundreds of resumes and quite frankly than you know and i know you tell your clients us it's pretty much thirtyseconds i'm gonna run down your resume seven we sell even yeah i mean and if it's not concise if you're not getting a couple of key things out right away and certainly please do not right paragraphs because i'm not gonna read them if i have a pair of resume in front of me that's paragraphs it's going off to the side because i can't get through um so doesn't matter how great your skills looks and i can't see it because it's not bulletin said it's not you know short it's not giving me the key key things up front you're not concise.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Filmcast

"The okay the bigger yasser talked about the structure the movie so at work i'm going to give way to structure the film there's a lot of talk about whether structure helps or hurts christopher nolan interviews has said what he wanted to do with this movie is create a subjective experience he did not want this to be a conventional war film where you have like general sitting round tables and pushing figures around on the map and saying well we move in this will do the law and you know he didn't want any of that he wanted it to be from the soldiers perspective so you have as much information or as little information as was characters have and in order to do that like you said to buy land by sea by air and each one of those covers a different period of time that i was actually extremely confused by this when the movie started element man now you not it's oddly edited unless he editing was actually really weird like even the opening where they had the credits not not the credits the um the explanatory text usually when i when i see explanatory text i expect to be able to read the whole text and then you cut to what's actually happening this is like cutting to action in the movie walden access still appearing on screen is i mean those words remain out of order had even read that just making sentence iceland i don't i mean i know your biggest to be doing grow but i actually do you think he was a little weird the way they cut that opening opening text that being said his top feared the idaho movies got like the final thirtyseconds the movie i thought which is really bizarrely cut but okay so that firstly it says the mole right one week which by the way.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"That uh one of the reasons that video is gonna eat the world is when if somebody really gets the algorithm rights to let one thing string into the next string into the next string into the next that's where it the right now the best job at that but i don't think they're perfect that youtube spilling a lot of time and attention to make that happen i think based book actually legs the far this behind inter in terms of real passive and they're sort of the like when your by yourself and you're just sorta scrolling and getting a you know like literally seconds thirtyseconds of minute like getting a little bit of the content of little flavor little taste they're great at that but if you're gonna gather round with your friends chances are you know it's it's gonna be you and your bay like kicking back on netflix and chill right so like they've got that but he really curious to see because apple uh netflixing and you know google via youtube are are locked in sort of a death battle for who can figure out that passive the next and right now my favorite is actually what appals done with um they're apple like the key v app with in apple so that's all the things that i've watched or sorta laid out right there so i can balance between them um i think they're a little bit ahead of the curve but i don't think anybody's nail the yet so i'd actually pit like so random i had.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on The Filmcast

"After the second one jeff no the this is a whole other fight after the second window which was during the writer strike so they had no script for revenge the fallen that movies just like a god dan mess that movie is like special effects just like one after another i think they realized ito need tax really pay any attention to the script like people will still watch them if you did really well apparently taylor by way to me i feel like transformers is the beginning of this mentality a it's not made for us it's made for international like and it was i think that was one of the first movies where it's like we shot a whole sequence in china like a hug ed ito it it's like oh and that that was the beginning of me understanding o now instead of these movies this being successful overseas were catering to them and and so much so that we don't even have to have a plot we just have like we use that moments that take it mechanical cousin ito because it really is it's i i think that slick it's it's so bizarre that we have this movie that we all felt the same way there's a moment in this movie worst maybe thirtyseconds pass and we all got confused because there's no logical storytelling to get us to the next moment that res the feed on with guys like at the end of my screening my audience started clapping and not like ironically not like oh my god thank goodness ratty here they clapped the were whooping they cheered for a optimists when he came lately when he became as his unit i started and wellknown like matinee screening i love you the legitimately cool moment when optimis as the big rig comes out of that cloud of smoke at the end yes yet i was great despite everything i been through that was i was like you're still cool that optimis prides of big rig he drove drove out it's like.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

War Stories w/ Oliver North

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

"And then you had people coming from the south we had hundreds of thousands of tons of supplies coming in there to build a force rapidly and sustain which is very very important the army came in three or four days later i think was a thirty second infantry regiment of the seventh infantry division day after her eighth in massachusetts made of larry saint will rented served two years in japan with the army's thirty second infantry when war broke out in korea lanigan john just behind eleven next the thirtysecond was task to help retake the capital of seoul and there's only wonder all gone that the only one guy who walked out will walk through a destination so what happened the infantry pushed him back very quick towards seoul now the further they went back were sol the more they regrouped and got stronger and we move closer to kimpo reactivation of capturing kempler field car route late through what was known as ascona city which was the great supply depot previous to the war we needed an airfield natural that we did we are pretty good fight for that city than the following day we captured the airfield against pretty stiff opposition so in a relatively short period of time we had planes landed on kimber never john hart a came over for the first time he landed it temple warning of the seventy two september we were drawing heavy fire from a little town cold young don tall.

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"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Product People

Product People

01:38 min | 5 years ago

"thirtyseconds" Discussed on Product People

"And now you have to give us advice on us it seems to me that those kinds of things that are nightmares can be great businesses like stripe solve the problem of credit cards that was a nightmare you to fill up paperwork yet to fax it to people you had to get credit checks they solved that nightmare and everyone i talked to a strep you probably a veteran said on this but there's a sounds like a lot of background like just manual labor they're doing a to keep that system running on it sounds like a nightmare but the advantage is that someone like asking now go to striping start accepting credit cards and thirtyseconds so knowing what you know now would you advice people to go find nightmares or would you say now there's better ways to make money yet no i so yes i do think that's where i think there's maybe it depends on how you look at risk for what you what you qualifies risk light to me a nightmare with a nightmare for a company is a potential or like higher were low risk scenario at the same time it could be high risk in the sense that you it's not really a soul problem uh he doesn't change this nightmare but it's the right bureau reason that it's a nightmare n at this point in time there's no really great business wise way to solve it young but if you're not on that but that really comes into a time thing like this is a low risk.

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