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As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis
"It's imperative that people who fear they have covered symptoms are able to be checked as quickly as possible. In the absence of a vaccine. That's the only effective way to stop infections spreading the prime minister says that schools shouldn't send whole classes or people bubbles home and said child has had a positive test but tower enough come this work. If there's nowhere for them to be tested, it's a shambles. The principal cause of this mess is, of course, organizational and administrative failure by the government on those tasked with delivering the system. But what's not helping either is the lack of clear consistent messaging from ministers. The prospect of a second national lockdown, which must be avoided if possible was being quashed today by ministers but if London and the country as a whole is to overcome the current spike and infections. Prevent further restrictions the government from the prime minister down must end the testing chaos and get a grip of its message to. A reporter Rachel Buffet spent the last couple of days researching this and she's with me now, Rachel. You tried them all every borough in the city. What happened say yesterday we spent about five hours. Trying to book a test everywhere in London. Using, residential postcard for each. And there was none available anywhere. We went. He'd be redirected yesterday to tests outside of London. It was simply not debatable check back later. Still. Not Test available. At again, this morning as well. Yeah. Again, this morning that was. Sort of eighteen available for a walk in center in Kensington. But again, when we tried to book that that was it the slots for booking she came up and this really is just exposing how difficult this crisis is particularly as we have a situation where you know the prime minister has said. CHILDREN SHOULDN'T! Be! Taken off out school Unless their entire bubble is a task but now parents get a test you spoke to apparent in to what kind of trouble will they heaven? Yes. But I quasi parents A couple of in story know they had to go huge round trip is three hours to EPSOM. Paradise boats you had today at just to get a test and they were you know saying alarms midnight waking up refreshing the government page days. Together, test others we spoke to would actually just. Pay For private tests which cost over one hundred pounds just so they can get their kids but to school and they don't have to sell vice sleep two weeks and I think the thing is as well. You know kids especially young kids they get a little time and you know the constantly got colds and coughs and things like that So love tests you know people have that tested negative, but they can't risk it and they have stated time of work on. which has a huge impact on incomes well, for low people this just it's just a huge disparity across the UK as well. So you know we try to protests in Scotland putting in Scottish codes on his ones available immediately go get one in half an hour until of Aberdeen Dundee. That's all fine. But trying to get one in London is just impossible and is there anything being done about it? I hear them might be a new rationing system in place yes and that`ll Be Announced today that there's going to be rationing system where he workers teaches HSA workers camera because. They will get priority protests which can only be a good thing but. There are so many key wikus, huge amounts, people, h HFS and teaching schools, and there are so many patients covid while Kiwi status the the still going to be a huge number of people needing tests all the time. especially. Love Them. We'll have children who come home be on Ben their whole house openly tests. I mean, hopefully it will help but. Donate. So what was the health saying about? All this Donald tells the saying you know they're adding tests all the time they go team hundred, thousand tests day. But when he speak to actual people. There's no one I spoke to. The said Yep was able to just go and get a test. It was so easy in the last two weeks I mean full children stopped back at school. Yes. It was easy to get test but now the children's died back at school it's just very, very difficult especially in the
At least 1 dead as Hurricane Sally unleashes "catastrophic" flooding
"One person's dead. Another's missing as former Hurricane Sally now downgraded to a slow moving tropical storm brings heavy flooding to the Gulf Coast. Scott Kreuter's from Gulf Shores, Alabama. That's where it made landfall is a cat too early this morning, he tells news nation. He rode out the storm there three hours just Screaming wind, and we could hear three's cracking everywhere. Stuff hitting the house is pretty terrifying Emergency crews there of rescued at least 100 people from flooding.
Hurricane Sally slams into Alabama
"Sally's arrival near Gulf Shores early this morning was the first time a hurricane has made landfall in Alabama in 16 years to the day after Ivan ABC is Jim Ryan. Riding out the storm. Some of the heaviest wind and rain are found east of Sally's Eye, the so called dirty Side of the Storm, where I actually felt like I was on the worst roller coaster ride of my life for three hours, Rich lives in a mobile home park in Pensacola, our trees down vehicles there are roost or off. He estimates that three quarters of his neighbors Most of them elderly decided not to evacuate. Taking the storm would make landfall farther
Secular Strategies for Politics
"Welcome to the show. So good to be back with you. I'm doing a couple of shows this week. and. They're kind of across the spectrum. The last show I did. I ever with the Mormon So exciting Mormons tinted stay far away from me. But it was fun actually having a Mormon willing to engage in an actual live debate and we went for like almost three hours and so if you haven't heard the full unedited. Commercialized version of that. The full extended version it's at Patriotair Dot com slash David C smalley. But right now. I'm joined in studio, the One and only Sarah Eleven. God I haven't heard that name in a long time. It's so great to be back. Gosh and it's weird. It's our first time in studio. Yes. You've done a actually come a little closer. You've done a lot of stuff with me, but it's always been over the phone would call in like every week back in the day and the old the old dogma debate days don't even call the show that anymore. but it's like. You've been so active in the political scene and it's funny that there's there are a lot of new people listen to the show now, who have no idea who you are, and then are some of the old school people who were like Sarah. Seeing a long lost cousin. Great. So have you been first and foremost good really well, I just moved to Los. Angeles. So. Thank you. Welcome to the fires and small quakes. It's so disappointing. The first week it was clear skies as beautiful and we were like Oh man we're going to go get our beach tent and and all this stuff, and then it's like now now it's. Hazy skies and it's really depressing and you know I sound like a very privilege right now. Go to the beach. The opposite effect for me the first six weeks I lived here it was rainy and cold, and it was like. I know it was six weeks straight in everybody everywhere I would go they would always go. It's never been like this. We don't know what's happening like it's never been like this I'm going. Yeah. Right and then sure enough it went seven months without raining or something it was gorgeous seventy five degrees every day for nine months out of the year or something, and then it rains again and I'm like, what's this falling on my car? This is bizarre. It is really is really rare that something like this happens, but it's that's what they said about. The last weekend were like this is the hottest weekend and all of all of the year and my place doesn't have air conditioning because it usually doesn't need it most people here that and they're like, why do you not have air conditioning? There are a lot of people go out here a little bit north of Hollywood. So where I am it's common to have AC but down actually on the beach, most people don't because it's like. Seventy S. Literally. Just crack window open your door in. It's fine. but last weekend. Right here where I am I say you a screen shot at one hundred seventeen degrees right here at this spot for you. It was one twenty-one. Few miles away. I can't even imagine one, hundred seventeen. I actually walked outside just to see what it was like literally like an oven it is. You just don't want to do anything used. and. I'll say it's still not as bad as like ninety six degrees in Texas. Because of the humidity humidity, you could take a shower and get out of the TUB and you're sweating and you feel disgusting. It is actually a swamp people forget. Reason more than one reason why it's So let's get into that. They remember you from a different organization. We don't have to dive into all of that, but you are now Founder and principal founder. If you wanted to say with or what, but you're now the founder of secular strategies. So let's get into a little bit of what that means because. I think more than ever. We need that right now just the name it says so much talk about what you do, what you were going to Asians. Sure. So you know I'm I'm really kind of like a meat and potatoes doer and always have been I'm I'm really most interested in just getting things done and getting them done as effectively in strategically as possible and I one of the inspirations for me to start my own company to work with. Clients focused on religious freedom separation of church and state was and you were part of this right in Texas in two thousand sixteen. When we got the secular caucus running that is now totally a pre- pretty much self reliant fundraising for themselves. I would say we spent maybe. A total of like five thousand dollars investing in that in that whole event and that that startup period and. Now, four years later that organization has you know a chair Vice Chair secretary treasurer is raising money got a resolution pass in two local counties van in conversion therapy in Texas. That is and more endorsing candidates. Remember correctly was was that the first ever secular caucus for advancement convention I gave a talk at that. I spoke. I Yeah I remember I remember being able to like I was just I got to say that I got to give a talk at the first ever everyone that's huge. Yeah and now they're like fully functioning. Yeah and now there's one in Nebraska just got one stood up in Florida. So they're they're secular Democrats of Florida and I'm working on. Virginia Colorado And Kentucky now, and we'll get into that in a second but I go back to twenty sixteen when I talk about what I'm doing today because from my perspective. That is one of the highest return on investment projects I have ever done. In terms of how much investment of time and money and the long term offensive because you know, you can do a lot of work but you want your. For me I want to institutionalize things that are going to be self sustaining so that we can I mean from my perspective, we are basically forty fifty years behind the Evangelical, right?
Why airlines are launching 'flights to nowhere'
"Again. Well, how about a flight to nowhere? Dick illness might be for you. Eva Air. Recently offered what amounted to a site seeing tour with a special flight to satisfy passengers. Desire to go aboard a Hello Kitty design plane trip took about three hours passed through the northeastern corner of Taiwan and flew over the western end of Japan. Now, other airlines apparently taken notice of this. Singapore Airlines, for example, is considering launching a flight to nowhere from the Shanxi Airport starting in October. And according to market lunch of the passengers would board the plane fly around for a few hours and come back This after Singapore air, by the way, announced recently would cut about 4300 positions across its various Airline divisions. Take a look at
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only
"Macy's parade is going to look a lot different. The Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade is going to be macho different this year because of covert 19 mayor did build the Blasio yesterday announcing the iconic parade will be a virtual event this year because of the Corona virus. In a statement, Macy said this year the celebration will shift to a television on Lee Special presentation showcasing the Macy's parade. Signature mix of giant character, helium balloons, fantastic floats, street performers, clowns and heralding the arrival of the holiday season with the one and only Santa Claus pulling up the rear. The floats will be staged in midtown Manhattan's Herald Square and will be secured two vehicles instead of by participants holding ropes, tether ropes. Local musical performers will also take the place of Out of state marching bands this year, apparently with Macy's, adding that the total number of participants will be down some 75% from last year, and those who do participate will have to wear face masks as well as follow social distancing measures a social distancing parade. Three hour event usually draws about 3.5 million Spectators in New York City more than 50 million viewers on TV going to still be broadcast on NBC at 9 A.m. Eastern Time on Thanksgiving Day.
The Vanessa Guillen Story
"Own. Vanessa's twenty years old. She was born and raised in Houston Texas one of six children. Does Vanessa. Immigrants from Mexico. Mom Gloria took care of the kids while Dad Hindu worked as a machine operator. Again, family is Catholic very religious. This is the baptism but allow this. Does. To sell most. That's your favorite suppo. Young. Commodity. Say I knew. Them. stylist. There is. This is just. Tell me what? Now with the terrorists inside little. Always, eight following her steps and she said I can be like me like. Me Tough. Ignore everyone. Will assign us. So. Miss you. She graduates Cesar Chavez High School. She's this girl who just dreams of a better life. and. Then she immediately lists. There you have a young, Latina. Out of high school. Who says this is what I want to I want to be in the military you Miss Yonne. Dollar lawyer complete. And Hers First, training. She didn't even WANNA come back. She was happy even when she got home, she was like a new person she was like her skin was alerted full of blowing. More staff. More. Semi the police. Say Your meal will be this on the Dr. he said he said Mammy. Sophisticated Keith them even happier that she was going to be stationed in. Texas. Close to home. But that's the was sent to Fort Hood. She was stationed there as an active duty soldier and she would make the track every weekend to visit her family and Houston. That's about a three hour drive. Fort Hood is in the middle of nowhere. Texas. tumbleweeds rolling fast space is. Known as the great place. Fort Hood is big. It's the army's largest military installation and it's the densest population of combat. Units in the United States Army it's like the New York. City. You could easily get lost at Fort Hood because it's it's pretty much its own city. They have grocery stores there they had their own mall the of schools on post you you'd never have to leave if you don't want to. The national was as small arms for pair shoulder. So her responsibilities included ensuring weapons were maintained helping with accountability and inventories that was her job. And soon after Vanessa goes to Fort Hood, her family says they notice a change in her. Disturbing her ibex, we start seeing she didn't want to eat started getting skinny again. Come Do. KOMO's. Authorised. More, sad season must threes. Is. Getting in here. For who she was not happy at four to no style. No. To Be imple- KISS AC-. Nor'easter Story. She would try to tell me that she didn't want to be at forehead I. Remember this one time she said I don't like it here. And I hope one day you understand. October, knowing that my sister was coming home. I. Was there. And she came in. She closed the door and she just started crying on her bed.
Trump says he didn't lie about the coronavirus
"Last night the president of the United States watched five straight nonstop hours of Fox lunacy, and then he started his day today by watching three more hours of the same stuff and he admitted that today in a press conference where he was trying to recover from the things that he admitted on tape to Bob Woodward and Bob. Woodward's new book rage. Donald trump is always the most damning witness against Donald Trump as he was today when he told us what he was doing last night for five hours instead. Of Reading the Harvard School of Public Health New Report on the impact of Corona virus on households in major US cities. The Harvard reports starting to America's four largest cities and says, half or more households in New York Los Angeles Chicago in Houston report facing serious financial problems during the corona virus outbreak with issues ranging from depleting their savings to serious problems paying rent Donald Trump doesn't know that because he spent five hours last night watching Fox and three hours this morning as he does every night and every morning when Donald Trump went to the White House briefing room today to try to rescue. Campaign. From being swamped by the Bob Woodward Book He finally faced a first question. That should have been the first question to Donald Trump. Every time he has submitted to report is questions since he became a presidential candidate and then president of the United, states we had to wait. Until the end of the fourth year of the trump presidency for the first question to Donald Trump to finally be. Why did you lie to the American people? Why did you lie to the American people? Why should we trust? Would you have to say how terrible question and the phraseology I didn't lie what I said is we have to become we can't be panicked so. This is worse. Than the most strenuous flu. And you would. flew. What I went out and said, it was very simple. What I went out of Said is very simple. I WANNA show a level of confidence and I want to show. Strength as a leader. For Donald Trump showing confidence and strength always means moving his hands very strangely and lying because he has no confidence and he has no strengthening never has had either of those things. Donald Trump. Now stands accused in the court of public opinion of being personally responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of people who would not have died of Donald. Trump had told America what he told Bob Woodward on February seventh.
1-year-old child killed, parents critically hurt while fleeing Washington wildfires
"In Washington state have destroyed homes, forced evacuations and killed a one year old boy K I. R. A reporter Hannah Scott has more on that boy's story. Jake and Jamie Highland and there one year old son were on an overnight camping trip Sunday, three hours southeast of Spokane. When the fast moving Cold Springs fire exploded. They were caught in the fire. Cousin in law, Tammy Marbury says Search crews found their charred campsite. Tuesday, a tent burnt, the couple tried furiously to get to the nearby Columbia River. They tried to outrun it. Their truck got stuck in a ravine. Day later, the family was found on the riverbank. The sleep baby boy who was almost too he didn't make it. The young parents severely burned their arms
Oscars Best Picture Contenders Required to Meet Diversity Standards
"Since we're gonna talk about since we're going to talk about movies, this movie debuted 40 years ago. I don't not sure never won any Oscars. We can talk about a different kind of odds. And that is the odds that will be in your favor when you exhibit Perhaps the greatest comedy motion picture of all time. This is going to make it look like Raiders of the Lost Ark. This is gonna be the kind of thing that your Children because they did. I could look up to you now. I never could before. I mean, we made a lot of cheap movies for you guys that made a lot of money. But now we have spent a little more than we're supposed to. Columbia Pictures has spared no expense to make this fine science fiction comedy So they're talking about is that's Dan Ackroyd and Bill Murray talking about ghost workers that they put that out to theaters to convince them to show the movie it was. It was something they set out to particularly independent theaters saying, Hey, this is Ah, a little something you might want to consider it your little Arthouse cinema. Now you had one guy was one of the Ghostbusters was a black guy. So there okay. Winston was black. And and then one day I was Jewish. I believe Well, Rick Moranis was in the movies, but I don't think I guess later on. He was kind of an ancillary ghostbuster, the Reynolds Jewish Council's a minority. For some reason. Reason this is important is and I'm reading for The Times. New Oscar standards require best picture contenders must be inclusive to compete if you wanna win. The Oscar for best picture, and I Do You have tohave you meet need to meet certain quotas to do it, Which is the way all great art is made. Certainly we all know Novels, songs movies television shows on the best artist made with quotas. So they came up with this a couple of months ago. This is AH attempt to be more divers to be eligible for best picture of film must meet at least two standards on across four categories of diversity on screen representation. Themes and narratives. So the theme of the movie has to be inclusive of a variety of groups. And it's under representative groups, including women, People of color LGBTQ, plus people and those with cognitive or physical disabilities. You have to touch on at least some of those not only in the cast and they're talking about the main cast. Um I'll read from what it says in The New York Times those standards record, one of the least one of the lead actors were significant supporting actors is from unrepresented, underrepresented racial or ethnic group. One of the lead actors are significant supporting actor. So in that group of people that the movie is all about, you can't have if it's World War, one movie a bunch of white guys, No. No. You gotta have. I don't know, eh? A black guy funded through the trench er. At least Marriott cheap and at least 30 books. They've sent a mariachi band with clearly Mexican people to entertain the troops. Shut them up, or we're going to be bombed by the Germans. Then the mariachis district and you never see them again. Ugo. There's your Oscar bait. Joe Getty Hollywood Quota consultant from No problem I got this. You gotta touch in coming of age story sitting in Norwegian filming Fishing Village, a 16 year old boy and girl and love trying to confront their Nazi past. Let's see. Let's have the Globetrotters come to town and play an exhibition game And on one of the dates they go See the Globetrotters check. $100,000 at least 30% of all actors in secondary in minor roles air from certain underrepresented groups and the main Jenny called the Globetrotters again, and the main storyline, theme or narrative of the movie has to be centred on an under representative group to qualify for a best picture Oscar nomination, And they went through the list of a bunch of movies that might not have made it that have one. You know lots of Oscars, including 1917, the World War. In film or the Irishman that came out last year and was a piece of crap, But in very was a great movie. It was bad, but it was long. I just I just Go and find this. Absolutely amazing. Yeah, on this is from liberals. People who think art is important people who send their kids to expensive colleges to get our degrees. They want to have constraints on art. The Liberals do? Yeah. Yeah, quotas. Good luck with that. My loathing of Hollywood. Well, it could get a little more intense as it turns out, but just If if if it didn't Indicate what James Lindsay has been talking about that this is coming on hard in society as a whole. I could just roll my eyes and move on said Good, Eat yourselves. You're cannibalizing yourselves, And I think it's hilarious. But it does mean that that sort of racialist thinking where everything is broken down to your identity group. You could only get a job if you're this or you can only be fired. If you're not that, or You know, you can only move into a neighborhood. We have quotas and neighborhoods quotas that everything that's dangerous. Is there any chance that any of the older liberals because always talking about the liberals over 50 seem to have a different view of these things? Like a Rob Reiner makes a movie with like what you're talking about here, man. Just those Like, really stick his thumb in the eye of the O R. You got something, you know, three hour long Goodfellow State movie, and then then you turns out Henry Hill's wife, at the end of it says Not only am I leaving you but I'm a lesbian check. We're down here getting a Hollywood quota consultant further preceding three hours. She's been a lesbian. You just didn't know that was your biases. There you go
Los Angeles Driver Arrested On DUI Charges In Costa Mesa Hit-And-Run Which Killed Woman, Dog
"Never made an arrest in a deadly hit and run crash. This is in Costa Mesa, the victim and her dog. We're crossing the street and Irvine Avenue and it makes a drive Sunday morning when they were hit and killed by a car that sped away about three hours later, police and Riverside to stop the suspect and said his silver Hyundai sedan had fresh damage. The man was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, man.
Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys
"Hi Matteo. Thank you for having me. It's so nice to have you here. Yes Fun. In reading fierce heart this memoir book. And listening to your teachings. It seems that quite young age you understood the primary role that mind has to play in emotional wellbeing. In, your childhood life, it seems as though it was very, very difficult growing up in the inner city life of poverty and racism, and there were some abandoned men and. And in fact, a lot of violence around you and so my question is, when was it that you began to look inward Lee for your strength rather than blaming the outside world? That's a really, really good question because I think as a child when I was growing up, I did get very confused and I was very interested because the adults around me their behavior and they were suffering so much. So this is very I guess empathetic child. So I could feel what was happening around me I could see the suffering and so that did make. Me Inquire what is causing this and I think I read in the book at just age five years old I turned to my older sister and said, wow, this is gonna be really hard. It's going to be a hard life because I could just see it. You know there wasn't a lot of wisdom we were poor. We were black I was like, okay here we go. There there's you know this is going to be you know a of hill-climb here And I think I just I. Just stayed really interested and as I got older I started to study psychology. Young teenager I got very interested in self-help bugs and Wayne Dyer I was reading in the fifth grade. I read one of his books. How did you come into? Wayne dyers book and were you living in? Compton at the time now we were actually living in a little apartment. We were up in northern California. We had migrated up we back and forth between southern and northern. California and we're in northern California and my mother was depressed and went to the librarian went to the self help section, and of course all back. Then there was Louis. Wayne Tire. And Louis Hayes so I think it was his book you'll believe it when you you'll see it when you believe it. And I remember reading that and I remember saying, yes or something with my mind I knew it and he affirms But I wasn't I. Didn't have the support to go deeper. Obviously I was ten and so but I remember men something like, yes there's something going off my thinking and the people around me, their thoughts it's making them suffer and it's leading to this behavior and addiction, and so the night just continued he knows I got older and older until I really started. Practicing Meditation like Eighteen Nineteen and when when was that that I do you remember the first time you tried meditation. We'll the very first time was when I read. Wayne dyers book and I went in there. Then in there I I the funny thing is I, told my mother was six anyone to go to school. So I played like I was sick to stayed home. and. Had nothing to do at that time our TV was broken and we didn't have money to fix it, and so there was a stack of books that was it and that's let and I tried to practice I. Remember I tried to count down from ten to zero and I couldn't do it. Of course thought came you know I was noticing that and going Oh. Side gave up for that time being but I got really interested a later when I was a part of this church called Gubbay pay here in southern Colorado Beckwith Beckwith who I adore and I've who's been you know great supporter of mine endorsed my book and I started to practice more, and then that led me into different traditional. Hindu. Tradition with Parma's Uganda. Realization Fellowship Centralisation down the street here in Carlsbad. I really got into practice there but then not led me into of the Dharma and I. I long retreat was a day retreat where I learned the pasta meditation, which Cornfield Pasta Meditation Sometimes, a translation is sort of insight meditation insight meditation. What can I before we get there? Can You? Can you describe what led you to the to to that to go on at ten day retreat like why would? Is. Not. Every day that somebody just like is. Packed up and goes to a ten day retreat. So what led you to that we looking for something Well I think when I had joined the self realization fellowship, I was really interested in meditation. I'd read a book somebody left a book on my table, and in this apartment I was living in an Oakland and I opened it and it just. A whole world opened. It was all about meditation. And I realized then that I wanted to live a spiritual life, it was like it was like death rebirth moment and was like goodbye to this. Hello to this. Of course, I want to spiritually based life in years how I do it By circumstances around you where they conducive to that spiritual life. Now I mean, what were you doing? It's crazy town now selling timeshare living with this crazy guy I'm sure. Yeah. Selling timeshares that was smoking weed I. Wasn't you know I had bills. I wasn't responsible everything was you know we're at that time I moved in with him in East Oakland it was just it wasn't good and I got very depressed and self realization fellowship was beautiful. But they didn't have any technique. They just go to these three hour meditation kind of kind of method to apply. Exactly. They would just say love God and I would say, okay, I'm trying but three hours later I didn't know it didn't feel like I was getting where I needed to go. Right? It was like the self realization happening right thought about my issues for three hours. I. Didn't know how to eventually if I sat long enough. Out of sheer to giving up my mind got quiet but I needed I felt as if I needed a teacher, there was an living teacher was just the disciples in the programs that they had it in. You know. So I started praying for a living teacher I need help my brain. Oh, very much I prayed and prayed and prayed, and then sure enough I heard about this ten day retreat in the desert and they said they you. Instructions and there's teachers there and you can talk to them and they're alive. You know it's not just books.
Harassing Twitch Live Streamers - Podcast #14
"I'm sorry. And then he proceeded to make remarks about her Chaffetz. Well, the. Granted the camera was aimed directly at her chest and I was like. Why why aiming the camera your chest if you're not packing. Well to be fair she was a cooking twitch strimmer and it was kind of ingram stove for hot really well, it's where she would prepare the ingredients, which is obviously at chest level. Regardless it was funny she I think she's the only girl that didn't balk. You. In the then we finally found. Three women walked you. Got Blood to love one of them was. We got on this girl on is soon as we clicked on video, it was like. All right guys well I think I mentioned the stream and then I was like, Oh, get gotta get this end. So I heard it up and I was like you're you're leaving. Your clothes in the Stream. Now. You. said that. You've been searching for three hours. I'll let you. Yeah I've been searching for three hours for some quality jack off material and you're telling me you're closing your stream right now and then you know I don't think that. Did she even notice it I don't think you've ever been blocked so quickly. On the. About Bam. Bam. You're banned from the Chat I. think that I got in another message rate before because I remember they say, I said that and then I was like, Oh, I, could add this and then I put nice feet though. It was like my state. Inter Bam fucking Click. Fuck band soon, as I hit that and then we're like, okay, we go onto other streamers where like they have their chat in the background where everybody can see own Like Hey, I just went onto a bunch of now's like, Hey, the useless wisdom podcast talked about you and their their newest youtube video. Like he's like what you said in your like I said the June you didn't respond, but he thinks you're cute. Chick Mme. He wasn't he's fighter nothing.
Virgin Australia airline to be sold to US-based Bain Capital
"News for you. We got the administrators formerly approving the sale of Virgin Australia to the U. S private equity firm, Bain Capital Credit is led by the stricken airlines. Trade unions actually also approve the transaction of the meeting. It Less than three hours seeing bays, $3.5 billion take of this great through on the number and depth ballots. Administrators needed to cast their votes here. The sailors, even the green light. From the stricken airlines 10,000 creditors who owed something like $6.8 billion, OK, that's what we have breaking in the moment and
Shinzo Abe: Japan's PM resigns for health reasons
"Well Shinzo Abe was Japan's longest-serving later and he surprised the world last week with his resignation. Now, alibi had been in power at an early stage in two thousand and six, hundred seven, and that I turn was cut short by the same illness that prompted him to leave power in late August. Now, when he departed politics the first time this is in two thousand and seven virtually all the experts they will wrote obeys political obituary however, one Australian diplomat who has fallen Japanese politics closely for half a century he didn't off by indeed he predicted a remarkable political comeback any kept in touch with our by during his wilderness years. When I buy shocked the political world bartending power five years later in two thousand, twelve that Australian as it happens hit become ambassador to Japan and relations between our two nations became close them. Bruce Miller was Australia's ambassador to Japan from eleven to twenty seventeen bruce welcome to our in. Lobby to be here. Join you. Now tell us more about the night show of your relations with. Well look thanks for the very generous comments. Just made just doing my job and that is getting to know everyone matters and bring influence to ban to advance Australia interests now. I had known since I bet a previous postings in Japan had forty association with the country but I suppose it was when I ride back in. Japan in two thousand eleven as ambassador. That I actually sought him out at a time when he was a down and out he was as you said, he'd step down for the prime ministership in two thousand seven a know what he's going to be pm again now I went around calling all sorts of people in my first few months in the job as ambassador and one of the machine. So I've. Talked to him quite a bit of the year or two between my rival and him returning to the Prime Ministership and where Abbott cover all sorts of things in those conversations. Bilateral relations a free trade agreement trans-pacific. Partnership. Even things like immigration and how to handle the US and how to handle. China. Now, that was a golden opportunity for. But as a site was what any of us would do presented with those those very same circumstance. Yeah. Putting comebacks are fascinating story. you think of Churchill Men's as Nixon Howard Netanyahu and of course, Dr Mahalia what kind of characteristics did obey display that made you think he could defy the odds and mount has spectacularly. Was a capacity introspection for for reflection and for pragmatist dressy learned from where he'd gone wrong and realize it was actually okay to change your mind about how you do things to show that sort of flexibility and you know he reflected long and hard after his failed attempt prime minister as to what had gone wrong. And I think he knew he realized he needed to get the economy right and didn't pay that much attention in two thousand, six, seven also realized I. think he needed to have the right people around him to get things done even if they weren't longstanding loyalists that's where it gone wrong in two thousand six too many loyalists and not enough competent people around him. And I think the last thing he realizes he need to centralize more decision making in the Prime Minister's office. And because again, he wasn't in control controlled with things the time round, those three things I can now let's turn to his record empower in Japan now, this was the Wall Street Journal editorial page quote Abe's i-it's office were characterized by he's multi-front campaign to turn Japan into a more normal country. Now, they go on to talk about domestic and foreign policy is that you'll since tubers. Well third not to use the term normal country it was coined by one of his political enemies isn't used matching inside Japan Americans like to use. But as undoubtedly true, he's done an awful lot across the board As the Wall Street Journal. said to change Japan he's is domestically lay studied I is. Mix. Of made a real difference, they can't call the nominee on a Lloyd success at all deregulation has been slow and monetary policy under Kuroda the Bank of Japan another Arrow. In the in the the three hours in. Avi. NOMEX hasn't achieved its goals of two percent inflation or let alone has Japan achieved its goal of two percent growth. But you'd find you'll find that most senior Japanese business people will sign it as stewardship economically has been good enough and look by Morton international standards the Japanese government doesn't have a bad record frankly every year and has being a signature economic reform but had big trade liberalization with had reformer the agriculture sector We've also had some improvements in corporate governance, more independent directors that sort of thing. There's been some progress on female dissipation in the workforce and more recently a more organized prior grandma foreign labor mobility. Down I call it immigration although that isn't the terminology used by the Japanese government. Now, those things seem participation, the workforce and. Immigration they're only stops they should have been started the years democracy doesn't catch up on you quickly it's a long it's a long term process, but it's still a great thing has kicked off with was. The last ten years with those those policies.
The Strange Death Of Jos De Jess
"The first video has four hours of surveillance footage from May twentieth two, thousand, fifteen the day said died the video is grainy and it has no sound and this is on the day of his death on May Twentieth Two Thousand Fifteen. So, let's start. This surveillance camera is looking down at what seems to be one of the medical units at the detention center. In the video, we see detainees walking around some are on crutches to others are being pushed around wheelchairs. This is clearly a low level holding area. So remember this is the point at which say is still locked up by himself, but he's no longer on suicide watch he's been downgraded and we don't really know why and now he's being checked on every fifteen minutes by a guard. That's what say that the shower area maybe. Yeah. At about two thirty PM, we finally see Jose, we see two guards walk up to his cell, an escort him out they walk into the back of the frame and he walks into an area that the camera can't see. But we know from police documents that this is Jose took a shower minutes. Later he's escorted back to his cell. This is the last time Jose is seen walking around, and it's the last time he leaves the cell where he dies. About, three hours go by surveillance footage and every fifteen minutes a guard is seen walking by says door looking in and writing something down on a clipboard hanging outside his door. These are the checks that the doctor ordered and yes, the guard does come by every fifteen minutes although he doesn't spend much more than a few seconds looking in when he walks by then at the five thirty PM check the guard doesn't just walk by this time he looks in and then pauses exam. At Five twenty seven stairs. Knocks on the door. To host cell. The guard is bending over looking inside through a cutout in the door that they used to give detainees their food, and he continues to bend down for a couple of minutes perhaps calling out his name, and now he's standing there looks unsure looks in again. Doesn't look as call now he's moving quickly to sign that he realized something must be wrong. So they've got a detainee looking in the door probably speaking Spanish. No response he comes back with a few more. They opened the door for a second and then quickly shut it again, one by one five guards and two nurses gather outside the door waiting for another guard to come with a protective shield seven minutes have gone by since the guard found him unresponsive finally, they opened the door and move in. This is where the second video comes in. It's a hand held video taken by a guard in that very moment the moment, the guards and medical staff enter hoses sell. My God to watch my God Oh my God. All right. So the first thing we see is actually just to stop frame. Of some feet. Like looking like they're running. Video is allies. To fifty three. This is going to be intense people. Did. The video starts with Jose lying face down on a green mattress. He's not moving and the first guy that goes in puts a riot shield on his back. Jose is still alive but unresponsive. Over there. Let's as clearly making choking sounds and his body is entirely limb. Somebody misdiagnosis and says, he's having a seizure. Somebody else says if you see just leave him there. He's having a seizure. Another guard grabs as arms pulls them behind his back and puts handcuffs on them. That's when the shield is removed. The medical staff takes his pulse. Meanwhile, someone gives an order to take the handcuffs off. One of the guards seems to be having a hard time finding the right key and then fitting the key in the handcuffs he struggling to get them off of Jose. Because it's taking him. So long another guy tries to help him get the hangups. Off. Almost one minute goes by before the handcuffs are removed. Out. To give you an idea of how much time a minute is. That was just twelve seconds of it. Right after the handcuffs are removed, the video stops. We've been reporting on this case for so long we've met Jose's family and we felt like we knew a lot about him and yet this is the first time that we've ever seen him. The footage is haunting and yes, it leaves us with some answers but with even more questions, it's possible that they're doing everything by the book, but there's No way around it is that looking at it? You know looking at them like spend forty, five seconds fiddle with keys on handcuffing while a man is dying is super hard to watch. You know we know what happens. We know he dies. So we just watched the last two minutes and fifty three seconds of somebody somebody being alive. It's a lot. And knowing what we know now, the people in that room didn't know but we know that will we're watching is somebody who put a sock down his mouth. So far down his throat, we can't
Child & 2 Adults Dead After Wrong-Way Crash In Haltom City, Dallas-Fort Worth
"A family of three is dead this morning after a head on crash in Haltom City last night, and police suspect the driver responsible was drunk. Joining us live with the details. Is Carol these Alan Sky? A Good morning, Alan. Good morning, Suzy. A halt of city police responded to reports of a wrong way. Crash on north Lupe 20 about 8 30. Last night they arrived found a BMW on fire near the 3 77 interchange. Police say a pickup truck started going west in the eastbound lanes of 8 20 hit that BMW head on. They do believe alcohol was a factor, but they're still waiting on test results in the BMW the car that was going the right way. A man a woman and girl were all killed. The driver of the pickup truck went to the hospital. He does have life threatening injuries. North loop. 20 reopened about three hours after that crash text thought has been running the end the street campaign. There's been a fatal crash every day on Texas roads for almost 20 years now. Agency says 907 Wrong way crashes were reported on urban highways Last year alone
30 60 90 With Mike Simmons
"Talking about things in the context of thirty, sixty, ninety, you guys have heard me talk about this kind of Nauseam. It's like a cue go since talking about thirty, sixty ninety again. What does this mean? This is? A PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR DUMMIES WHY? Because I'm a dummy and I'm not. Certified I know the. I know who? Is Is. Project Management Book of knowledge or body of Knowledge Project Management Instituted Project Management Professional. Anyhow. That's not what this thirty sixty ninety. Why are we going? Accomplish the next thirty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next sixty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next ninety days? Notice I say next thirty next sixteen next ninety reason why next three next sixteen next ninety or important to me because I'm not GonNa just wait. The next period before I deliver that I'll anger try to deliver those things as soon as possible. But these are the things I want to accomplish in the next thirty days. Next Sixty S next ninety days you've heard me talk about this before in the design backward execute going forward. So if I know that I need to get a contract and in order to implant something I've going to have to get a contract. So my implementation gate is on. must do simple math your wonders in December. Center I might implementation. In order to implement on December I probably have to do some kind of proof of concept or some kind of soft launch is called the soft launch radio soft launch inside the organization to make sure things work technically. So back off. You thirty days to do that soft launch. So. In order to do that soft launch and thirty s actually got a contract in place. That means I doubt the contract in place by November I well, in order to get the contract in place by November, I gotTa have due diligence done. GotTa. Have whatever contracting process done now my take let's say that that takes fourteen days. Let's say it's really really vast. We're talking about a single page paper release things in and out the second do that fourteen days. So now by November fifteen, I've gotta have contract in hand of the person on the other end. Now I didn't factor in his what's between November fifteenth and December verse. The thanksgiving, right so got skin which is going to be a holiday period that I gotta work on. So I'm to back this up another seventy S. so now were November seven contract people were can hand. That's just if we're gonna hit everything on time. Now beyond that I've got to agree to the terms early in the contract well, that might take a couple of weeks depending on who is going to be involved. We have to give people from purchasing to get people from. Other groups do have to get the technical people involved who else needs to be part of. So what we want to have in here is an implementation plan that gets us all the way to December I kinda walks out what is that entire period look like so then we know that we at least we're nine point where we're talking about something. Let's say October first the likelihood getting that deal done is actually really really low. So if you WANNA deal done and you want to get something implemented I December probably need to be talking with those folks those folks in getting organized around things by the first of October. We don't have that place in the likelihood of US getting that deal done pretty low now if we got longer. Cell cycles than we've got to extend those in the thirty, sixty ninety becomes more challenging. So my first thirty days. My next sixty is next ninety days. Ninety days out might be we go ahead and we watch to the audience. So launch. By the end of sixties within that first sixty days, we have our soft launch plan we know who the stakeholders are. How things are going to be communicated Guy Maybe. We've got our success criteria established. Thirty years before. We've got our scoped out. And we got general buying or decision on putting these things. Now, we could plug in a lot of these things and to be honest with you. Hate when people say that. So here I go saying that I said that I can go three different occasions today including on another video recorded by what I? WanNa. DO IS WANNA. Look at this in the context of this could be three hours, six hours, nine hours. So the next three hours next six hours, nine hours I want to get in the next three days sixty days nine days next three weeks, six weeks, nine weeks. Very. Sixty ninety three months, six months, nine months. Three years, six years, nine years just break it up into smaller pieces of three so they can always start attacking those. Point time in this area and I'm not hitting on those marks I know where my risk is and I see I might have to adjust before I get too close right out here kind of work at something that's supposed to happen in ten days and the reality is we have been front of Trinity. So that's why thirty sixty ninety day are so important to me these do not need to be really complex couple ballpoints these milestones or mile markers that we want to get through the movies died posts in your journey from. One July or mcnabb drive from Austin Texas to Orange California.
"three hour" Discussed on Little Atoms
"The Strand magazine Critics Award and the Richard and Judy Book Club Readers Choice Award her next two novels afterwards and the quality of silence which was also region in GDP with Sunday Times Bestseller List. Books have been published in over thirty languages and resumes latest novel. Three hours we're going to be talking about today and to this lots of them. It's lovely SPE- here. Can you describe? How would you describe the novel first of all? I think it's very difficult. I think it's it doesn't really fit into one. John River easily so I knew that at the moment is just been published being squeezed into the thriller genre but with caveats so yes. There's a thriller element it's over three hours. Someone is short of the beginning in a school. It goes into lockdown. What happens for three hours? There's an obvious engine driving but a hope alongside that have done different expirations of things that interest me. Are there other stories? Taking place only took about three hours element first of all is literally what it says on the cover three hours. Yeah there's there's not messing about it starts off with the shooting an and the lose a little bit in flashback and obviously the book does aggressions about about the characters but fundamentally you have set yourself this three hour time period and I wanted to talk about any restrictions of that. I think in a way it's quite liberating in Anita. Some constructors told by many different points of view. Cheveley wanted and I think in order for that cohesive you need something to keep together and I found this timeframe quite useful way of making keeping me on track. We was it could have been all over the place so it was a structure and kind of gave it a. Haitian and I was also interested in exploring time. So there's the kids and teachers in the school and they're trapped in and tom gets very slowly for them whereas writing. It felt very slow coming in the door. It feels like a minute takes forever whereas other people experiencing timeframe differently. Certainly the police. Will you have to try and get everybody out? I'm times getting really fast. And I have the image of San after hourglass with sand going through rather than the modern sense of timing whom I see the time it's wasted so as writing it had these two kind of different times going on and someone what sets me if he warier an analog watches c time differently than digital watch. If Tom going round and round to see how. Percents time repeating. And if you don't you don't get that sense so there's kind of subtle expiration hypothyroid well in a blizzard which I mean there were sort of tolerance to that but also it gives that feeling of Stolnis the feelings stillness on aloneness. You know when is a blizzard and as a young boy with a teenager? And he's on his own and he's lost his so alone because he can't see where he is. He can't find his brother so. I liked that sense of isolation alien nation that you get with the blizzard them visually how everything changes now. All the familiar landmarks the covered. Nothing is exciting posting you in the normal way and it's very disorienting and the physicality of being very cold and I think in the book I look a lot of people feeling physically. It's it's quite an important part of being very cold is one of those physical experiences that happened during the book. This is a boy in a shed. News trying to police sleeves down over his hands which are really cold and they went reach. And there's a small details like that that you feel for him the cold and the dark much adversary three as say this government might be out there somewhere so this story as you said at the beginning of it does it does flit across genres but fundamentally it is it is thrilling strictly thriller so what was obviously. We're not going to talk too much about what happens because we want to give the story away because there are surprises. It goes fundamentally as you've as you've said is basically about a school shooting a siege at schools. And it isn't I mean I think there's a very useful engine that thriller engine to drive a story and that we did not you conduct all sorts of other things is very interested in exploring the experience of two young refugees from Syria. Who are part of this. And and when we look at that back story and how they've got to this place and you know the old one sport copy of Macbeth from Aleppo with him and kind of parallels t what's happening at the school in Bath and how his father saw serious Scotland so there's all sorts of other things going on which away having this very strong engine off three our schools each means I can then explore things are also very interested in frustration. The Burke and that was one of them and I was interested in the politics as interested in world. We live in with trump. And how hate speech seems to be guessing ever worse and the repercussions of that without wanting to write electorate kind of way but showing that three story as to what might happen. We'll look the main huge cast of characters. If you are the main ones in a moment we'll come back to my bath later on. Let's talk about the SCO festival. So map out. The school for is say so. The school is on the coast in sunset and partly. I chose that very important me that it was coastal. There's kids that shelter on the beach under the cliffs and I also wanted woodland and some of that has woodland going right down to the sea so I liked the geography whereas setting it and this is a school happened over time. It was founded in the twenty S. It's a progressive school so it starts off with a small building and other buildings being added and builds kind of doctor through a large woodland. So there's a sense of people being isolated from one another and the woods. Not sure what's going on. Who's lost in their if there's another terrorist words so that that was the kind of geographical Makeup if you like of of the book says a Progressive School. Tell us about the school's ethos schools. Ethos is actually based on on school. That my kids Katie was found in the twenties. And it's this idea that there is no uniform. There's no prize-giving says no prefects. It goes from three years all three two thousand eighteen and it's very small and in fact in the book they use surnames. Bitten in the school is based on. The teachers don't have parties by their first names. Only so it's a very particular kind of school and it has a history of taking in refugees so took in refugees during the Nazis. They sheltered Jewish children from Poland. Took them into the school? They should choose from Sarajevo so assertion type. If you like and I'm sure it's replicated across the Cape. It's one that I knew knew about quite well so I was writing about the school on new and also I will get that range of ages so it goes from very young three to six wellness. So let's talk about some of the the main characters books the third person nation. But it's told from the perspective of various different characters in various different positions relating to the siege going on first of all Matthew Ma whose headmaster who is the character of the guys. He's not giving anything away. Say He gets shocked shopping at the very beginning. Yeah so tell us. Something about him is he. So here's a headmaster who I think is at the point that he's short. He has been wondering what he's done with his life a bit that he's given everything to the school he hasn't got kids of his own and he's become too loves me but the sudden. He's got his favorites. Which is young deputy head and the cheap voice from Syria? He he met when he went to Dunkirk to the refugee camp there so he's a very compassionate man we've quite quite inspiring man and he definitely is this little captain of the ship and when he's short it's really what the others learnt from. This headmaster feel like so the teenagers looking after him in the library. Very conscious that this man that's led them is now probably dying and how they deal with that and I think he's very proud of them. He's not able to speak but she has. A sense of what's going on. Address has tremendous guilt because he knows the reason for this and he realizes that it's something. He played a part in tremendous guilt over that I think affects them horribly through three the siege. And the way that you've you've written his character in his fundamentally a dying man and he's coming in and out of consciousness and imagine in the past and the present at the same time often and the descriptions of his thought processes a brilliant. I thought I really wanted this. I did your consciousness is something that you you take it for granted when you can't quite get it when you feel like you're an island c. In the CS lapping at the shore. You're losing consciousness. And he mustn't you have to keep awake. And I kind of wanted to write about brain injury in a way. That was very immediate for the reader. They're sharing that sort price with the head teacher. Get THROUGH IT. So yeah he was. I cut lots of him. Pared down version of because like to start with. I thought it would be historic. It's it was a lot and I've I've kind of trimmed and so it's kind of salient points. Now tell me more about how to develop them. I was going to ask you about this idea. Later about using you know choosing to use the multiple characters now. I didn't I didn't set out to do that. I set out not knowing story to tell and I tried various people so the headmaster who I liked it wasn't quite sure and then the mother of a teenager who's missing and then the Syrian refugee boy and a teenage girl and and drama teacher. And I loved all of them more but I couldn't pick and then I started looking what we're talking to fight intercut the different voices fee like this. You say it's not from inner voice but it's very much from just over their shoulder and realized that that was actually quite a good way for me challenging way but the way that I tell him complete story. So it's this one event for three hours which is told by various people outside of the school so parents waiting and a police officers as I call it just trying to find out what's going on in governments heads and I quite liked the idea that all these perspectives would somehow form. A complete story is complete is I could make. It gives them more rounded perspective on the characters as well so hanner. Who is the next character. I wanted to talk about the teenage girl. She took the story is told from her perspective at some point. There's also points where there's another boy this hostage we've had. Franco is basically you know we see Hannah through his eyes as well and he can pop top actually expecting Franken he's he's in love with hundred invasive platonic way he kind of does and so you see us through his eyes and brave shares and therefore how cowardly he feels and then he tries very hot not impressive it to be the kind of young man that he should be in her eyes so Hannah is really important but she looks off to the head teacher She's got a single parent. Dad and one of the things that happens is your inciter has a lot of time and it. So Dad's voice talking to her and she realizes as this progresses that they haven't really grown apart tool that even though she's no sixteen seventeen years old dad still justice improvement when it counts and I. She's got a kind of Joie de vivre despite all the horror. That's going on around her. She has this kind of Ayden. Amazing Energy and resilience and encourage in a kind of really unusual word. I think she described herself as courageous and one of the things I like. She's she's in love with this boy could Rayfield user. Who's a refugee? And she liked him but she doesn't think he loves her back and as it transpires he feels the same way in this amazing moment what she realizes and despite everything and gunman literally pushing at the door she has this your boric joy that this boy loves thirty. I want that relationship to be as real as important as any adult relationship in the well rated. I want to talk about if I were onto him ambassador. We're doing the moment. Another one characters are going away from the school Bath Olten who is another one? That you've just alluded to the fact that you you know. You wondered about telling the story from have expected so she is the mother of a Boy. Jamie out the schools who is missing throughout most of the book and also she hears his voice to do it and I still the only way that you can really for me. Get across the relationship close relationships. Modern teenage boy is tough. Shots between them inconsequential chats. And three. That you get his voice in her voice and the kind of love between them. I think is much clearer than her describing it. So they do. She remembers conversations or she almost makes the more. She knows what he'd say. Turn the situation. He teases her which I think that something. The teenage boys teach them quite a lot affectionate way so I wanted to. Although he's lost and missing I wanted him to be very media presence in the book so yeah I think that the kind of normality of their day just suddenly turning on his head is highlighted against normal conversation. This terrible thing that's happening so she's Beth's away from the school letter. Leisure Centre minehead miles away. Which is the place where all the parents of and then eventually survivors. Also the gathering. And so we get to see you know the parents interacting with each other in a terrible situation which is almost reflects you know you see the kids at school and how they behave to each other and the parents reacting to each other and there's this sort of the the sort of changing attitudes between a certain parents children suddenly. They realized that their children to save on the kind of fury that you can feel that someone can be sending a Smiley Emoji because child safe and yours isn't yet I think there's also the sense that they are very separate this terror make some of them very separate from each other and then gradually stopped talking to each other and sometimes very ugly things come so I took about show courage and in lots of the people but in in the summer of the parents that prejudice is in that. Tara means that they are talking about Houston this and saying things that they will never have said if they wanted in this particular situation. And there's a father that really regret sendings tells US liberal school that somehow the school is by being liberals brought this on themselves that people who blame the Refugee Children Muslims..
"three hour" Discussed on WJR 760
"Said that that means that any decisions Mister Muller made or information he on covered that he did not include in his report will be out of bounds for the hearing also has a long standing practice of not talking about people who were investigated but not charged the justice department made clear to Robert Muller he urged Mister Muller to stick to Mahler's promise made in late may that if you were to be called to testify he would not have anything to say beyond what was in the report which has been released in a slightly well in a somewhere in a somewhat redacted form but as we know available to members of Congress in a much less art redacted of form be interested starts at eight thirty he sent yeah that means I'm going to I'm I'm busy as some place to go I guess well I'm I'm I'm gonna meet well it's gonna be for three hours and three hours or eight thirty to eleven thirty and then take a break then back what twelve thirty or one o'clock to four probably a two hour lunch yes DC is I could be a three hour lunch okay how long does it take to drink three martinis but the three well I I I would just realizing that you know I normally don't get up to like nine thirty ten o'clock and I got a doctor's appointment so I've catch up to do big time yeah I went so be big all right so this this advisory direction from the department of justice we have to keep in mind this is not Muller's report it belongs to the Attorney General yes and he Muller is no longer an employee but you talk about the work product of an employee especially one of this nature and that is taken very very seriously you look at the the fact that the report was released to the extent that it what's and so much was made about is a big deal now add to it the possibility of more himself walking outside the essentially the report itself anything in the report and expanding on that well as we've said first of all it's a see why a thing to begin with do you really want to do that because you open yourself up to a a number of questions once you do that then be a big day including that the risk of perjury we'll throw that in but now you add to it this trying to come to I guess the conclusion of point in a direction that the Democrats want you to go on that is guilty guilty guilty guilty guilty or even the process of getting to the point of writing compiling and and issuing that report well the the you start talking about the process and again you're going to open up a huge Pandora's box so we our theory is that he would likely stick to the report then again smaller and call me seem to be guys especially after mower make that statement on that day and was essentially telling the liberals on Capitol Hill you need to move you need to take this and move toward impeachment you need you're not using it right you're not you're not doing this right who knows could could this end up being it could I look back at this I'm I'm late Wednesday afternoon or Wednesday night getting ready to the show and I say to myself man I'm sure glad I got up late and had that doctor's appointment because nothing happened well again if if if he does do it right and and frankly it would be I think first and foremost of self preservation if you stick to the script which is the report then that's what you're doing I mean I've if if he knows what's good for him legally speaking then I think that's your only play again I'm not saying he'll do that but I but I I would if I have to put money on it I would say that's going to be as low well look if if he is asked if he is asked and answers let the hypothetically if he is asked did any of your associates or any other lawyers did did they suggest impeachment archery did could not impeachment did they did they suggest and believe that the president committed obstruction of justice and should be charged if he says yes to that then he has to answer every single question that's brought before him by Republicans everything so where does he go besides of and I forgot we're ready to get a yesterday or two days ago somebody had in there if Mahler sticks to the four corners you know the answers are going to be completely and totally boring yeah and they actually so they they said in this article because I was sort of joking but they they said that it actually that if he sticks to wit he will say well that that is contained in my report and then I'll turn back to his lawyers and say and what page was that on okay hang on one second let you know what page that was on and what page we you know we we discussed that well you're not sure yet notable will will hopefully before what was it okay page three thirty two what would you please read page three thirty two force okay and then they give it to many reads page three thirty two yeah but if he's going to stick to the four corners as they call it the four corners of the report then and and he can't bring up any the redactions right and he can't bring up any third parties which one by the way was not in the report to begin with so any any any third parties that were not indicted well then it's gonna be boring you gonna keep just keep he's gonna keep referencing well that was covered in the report and we'll try to find out what page it is for you will get back to you on that it's going to be three hours of that and it and it will just end up I you know I don't because the only thing they're trying to fight they're not they know there's no collusion I believe they know there's no real obstruction of justice but that's the only thing that they have is obstruction of justice because that's the gray area that mmhm Mahler wouldn't cover right and so yeah add to that the possibility of them in any of them putting up a hypothetical well if hypothetically if gay can answer there's no way to do that you can answer that.
"three hour" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Your retirement, really how you can take control of that financial future mentioned earlier if you have a 4._0._1._K IRA manage that protect yourself because you will will be the steward of your own money. Congratulations to those at one passive investing class, I'll be doing another giveaway in just a few moments your sauce. Stay tuned. L people are always asking during those those investing classes is about about time. Like how much time do I need to allocate. Steve mentioned, you know. It sounds simple. You do have to learn it. It's not hard. But it should be simple. And you got to have a strategy to do that. How much time do you need to put into trading can I fit into my lifestyle have a job. They don't want to sacrifice time with their families. But the big thing is they don't wanna go up to get another job. Basically sacrificing that time for money. No. I know we talk about the typical life in the day the trader in in how you become financial free. But I know you wanna talk about overcoming that fear. How do you overcome that fear? We mentioned the first sub segment how to set and forget, your trades. But why are we trained and conditioned to be afraid? Well, part you you hit on a just a while ago. You mentioned the what Wall Street does to earn their money in addition to trading for themselves, and by the way, the majority of what they earn comes from their trading. So they're out there trading every day. They're just trading different things than you are. But also the money that you invest with them you're paying fees on those maybe it's fees on the amount of assets. You have maybe you're just being individual commissions. But that's that's part of their bread and butter, and they want to make sure that you feel you can't do it on your own you need to have somebody that is a professional to do it. But look at what happened in two thousand and two thousand eight the people that were using finan-. Advisors were listening to the advice that Wall Street gave them they're losing money. You did not have to do that. If you know how to make money when the market's going down e but you have to be able to to identify when that's going to happen. So you can make the right choice. That's what a strategy that. We have we have a patent on. We called our core strategy. It is patented it is designed to show you when the trends change went price change changes in one of the reasons people don't do this on their own element. By the way, a lot of you think you aren't investing on your own are if you have a 4._0._1._K or for three you're making some decisions within those accounts because no longer are the companies that you work for responsible for what you have with a pension. Now, it's your responsibility. So you are investing, and the reason that people don't take more control is because of fear of the unknown. And that's understandable. We all of us fear something that we don't know, especially when it has something so significant as our finance. Future as part of it. But what we do. We do make it simple. We make it simple by having. You have a plan that is specific to you. But that plan will include a set of rules as part of our patented strategy and those rules will help you take the emotion out of trading. It becomes a step-by-step methodical process. So you don't over think and overcomplicate things follow those those rules just be disciplined enough to do that. And then on a consistent basis, you're going to be more profitable. You'll have more the probabilities will be in your favor, you'll have more profit and more probabilities and you'll make lower restraints just as al-said you can make things simple. There is a bright side everything. Now taking that first step that can be scary. But we're here to help you need a mentor in need to follow somebody or or a team of instructors that have been doing it for many many years in where you start as that three hour investing class and this in this.
"three hour" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"His claim that the stress of the job of president of bass wa rations job he stepped down from just wasn't worth it like to be free. And then I got a great life. I was like great life outside of this. What am I going beautiful life? So I'm gonna go back to that beautiful life. All right. So magic looking forward to his beautiful life not a part of that Lakers front office. And here's the thing that I think about this. I I don't know if I want to be true or not either way, it's not a good. Look. It's embarrassing for magic to say. Oh, by the way, having having told genius yet. Some I have to tell my boss because I know he's going to be sick. But I know I couldn't face face. The faces of even though I was just what yesterday. And we had a three hour meeting about the direction of this. Great organisation. All right. So let me just play a little armchairs little three hour meeting about the direction. That's great organization. I didn't like what I'm hearing. I'm stepping down. This feels like a a petulant move to me who doesn't tell their boss. They're leaving. She's like a system. Can you send text message you? Yes, steve. My name's Bert, whatever, whoever you report for genie next year, the press conference and magic also claimed that the job certainly different Lakers fans. Took a toll on I've been talking to people walk in here. We've been talking about makes you and I'm sitting there saying. I'm not going to be. I was happier..
"three hour" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"And and the the idea of a podcast, and I won't do well on this because we have talked about this on the show before. But we were told by many people that we should not do a podcast because there were too many MAC podcasts in anything could be said it was already being said. And and I I really glad that we got that feedback to begin with because then we took months to to plan. What MAC power users would become MacWorld was in January. Now was that that sounds about right? Yeah. It was in January back in those days. It was. Always in January. Yeah early. We didn't launch the show at least until may maybe it was January two thousand nine where we met. I don't know. But we I don't think we launched much the show until may. And so we took a lot of time to and we brainstormed I I remember having we had an Omni of out. I'm the outline or document that we were sending back and forth brainstorming popular segments. And I remember our one of our first rules is anytime we said, I I want to do something like insert name of podcast here through it it immediately became a non starter. Right. But it worked, and it's just been a wonderful nine and a half years making power users with you, right? And I think the thing that was so surprising to us is that when we when we launched the show episode one, which we ended up talking for three hours about E mail. So we very wisely. Decided if we if we release a three hour episode for our first episode we're going to turn everybody off. So we ended up splitting it in half. And so the episode was part one. Was now and a half part two is an hour and a half and people still listen to our shows are famously right around. They always seem to hit the right about the hour and a half, Mark. We released the episode, and it was pretty popular for for like a a one off podcast the first podcast to be released. I I was watching the download numbers. The first time we released it. And I I was stunned at how many people actually listen to it. I mean, I won't say that was an overnight hit. But it was it was a number that you would look at it. And be like, okay. Well, maybe we can maybe this is a fluke. Maybe just all of our friends sent us people. And they downloaded the first episode, but then people continue to listen. So we kind of did it. I think it's a good idea. I still think amac power uses a great idea show that tries to focus on the substance over noise. And we still try to deliver that I mean between the guests and the content shows I hope that we continue to do that. That's always my first question. When I meet somebody is listening for a long time. Are you still getting good stuff out of the show?.
"three hour" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards
"G mail dot com. You can tweet us at Tamla at Ps or at very bad wizards. You can leave a comment on Facebook. You can go to our Instagram. You can also if you become one of our patriots supporters, you can also communicate with us there which brings us to the second way which you can support is that we really, really appreciate, and at least hamblur has done some good work in giving the promised bonus content. So Tamla you recently released three, three hour episodes, our episode breaking down, twin peaks the series, but especially the latest season and fire walk with me. But certainly it was great. It was. Yeah. Did I mention it was with Jesse, Graham Natalia, Washington, the philosopher insight, college, or philosopher and psychologist from Utah, both big twin peaks fans that were as obsessed with it as I was, and it was awesome. I really enjoyed that conversation and we got, we might do another one we've are. We're already in talk to do another one based on a series of questions a couple of which have been asked by already by our listeners in response. So yeah, it's been really good feedback. So if you want to be able to listen to that, you can become a patriot supporter those. That's where two dollars per episode supporters, and we'll do more of those. Hopefully I can catch up. Let me ask you really quickly how important is fire walk with me, crucial. It is. So I gotta watch that not the. It's it's arguing that might be as best movie like it's amazing. Eraserhead. So if you would like to support us and listen to the bonus content, you can go.
"three hour" Discussed on WEEI
"Windows now this was on tuesday in any this is probably happened to you you've been doing radio and and and or podcast for a long time i was all of a sudden you know when you start to either get like dry mouth or your you need water chokes i'm doing that so i'm trying to set up greg dickerson so maybe he can talk for a minute while i regroup didn't really go that way three hours is one thing but hey football street hours like and i know they play far fewer games but the ideas you can be entertained for three hours you get here in the voice right there you could hear to go right there and i know they play far fewer games but the ideas you can be entertained for three hours but you got to have more action and you greg as you see me cough if you wanted to jump in and say listen he's about to defend himself but listen so i just said something about you know whatever the three hour games but listen to greg's answer that but you gotta have some more action right that's because i shut my mic off so i can call but that's a and he can't and you greg as you see me cough if you wanted to jump in and say anything i go noticed i stood up right away to try you did not lodge doc in your asaf it because i was worried about the dog i'm gonna need water here in iowa one we're going down we're going no i'm going to be okay but feel fe feel free to to say words right now greg silvery the very scratchy throat we'll still waiting waiting for me well let's not talk shut up at least at least with football or basketball or even hockey you know that you're getting to the then it goes on and on from there it goes on and on from there like greg has a long career in live radio tv thank you could see me please please fill on tuesdays every was it yeah yeah we started talking about shannon sharpe and trying to decipher what shannon sharpe has to say which can always be a chore what are you doing because you're gonna be right back into the same situation again that's shannon sharpe just saying words what the hell greg i didn't believe it or not i didn't really understand what shannon sharpe was saying i can't i can't translate shannon sharpe i'm of the belief your what did he say because i'm of the belief i'm of the ability of of belief because i'm of the belief man that's tough so thankfully we had a caller who could kind of figure out what he was saying let's go to the phones here we got steve in connecticut he joins us next what's up steve hey that wasn't shannon sharpe that was gonna keep right all right because i'm a be a belief was that it because i'm of the a belief i didn't maybe i didn't hear it right he's better i heard a joke so nice he said it twice just tried it on again like still doesn't fit don't want it so i didn't love it then now the very next day we had more shannon sharpe audio to play was commenting on something else as it related to the patriots and then here we are again steve's in connecticut he's up next what's up steve hey sharp from i love it that's a that's a callback steve that's fantastic he was our best caller yesterday jarvi called back in just to take the crown once again as best caller of the day if we're if we were in jim rome show we would rack that because that was so strong paul back tomorrow that was as well done every like arrested development.
"three hour" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Or john here's the best part it's freaking free and it's there's nothing just literally i'll send it to you like just texas humility whatever just go there and watch the video and just tell me it's not helpful love it watch billy's video dot com and so with my audience and they were coming back you know this past year saying john i just you know either don't have an idea that was one camp or they were saying john i have all of these ideas but i'm not sure which is the best idea to go in on like i was realizing that was two camps of people were they were really struggling either they don't have an idea or they have a bunch of ideas than show which is the best idea and that's why i said it's time for me to quit the solution for this so i sat out and i created a three hour trading this completely free it's called three hours to your big idea and that is the promise that's the pledge that if you take this training in three hours you will find your big idea in now think about that thing about now all the hundreds and then thousands of potentially tens of hundreds of thousands of people are going to go through this completely free training you know that are going gonna give me their email address in exchange for access to this training and then the training is gonna just give them their big idea and that's now me giving him this hugh huge win this hugh solution they may have known light and trust me before because the podcast but now is just to the next level is completely to the next level because i gave them a huge personal win i just gave them their big idea that they can go all in on and then guess what's next i'm like hey fire nation now you have your big idea i'm fired up for you i hope you're fired up as well how about we now take your big idea and we turn it into real revenue and guess what that's the next step in the funnel and that's not free that's a paid course that's going to be something that they go into next because now guess what they have their big idea they're fired up now let's turn that big idea into real revenue so that's just how it starts because those conversations allow you to find the biggest struggle and allow you to get people to or allow people to give you and a hamam it's that you can then provide the solution for in the in the in the form of a product or service or a community or course or a book or a mastermind or one on one coaching any of those different things it gives you that opportunity so turn it back over to your offer second inlet you're gonna give some feedback on that but i fire nation you're pretty fired up about that free training your big idea dot get over there sign up get your big idea and three hours let me know how you like it go up so the first thing is heard you say million times two things don't scale and that's that that's like the first thing that has to be done that doesn't scale can clearly i love that feedback that you just gave me because those questions i mean you probably arrive out to perhaps thinking for a while in common sense but getting directly from somebody who's who's done who's done that in who knows that has worked who still doing a rob i'm still doing it in this is at you know i'm at i'm at the multi seven figure mark and i'm still doing these things because.
"three hour" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"I don't think i've ever wanted something so bad that i walked three hours in the cold to get some dank weed or anything at that no it could have been some dank pussy i'm not walking three hours in the cold for nardi vol if it's cold i walk in nowhere you're lucky if i walk to my kitchen in back second of all in the cold yes it better be three hours okay where the fuck did you have to go i know right where's your wieman wieman you know you need a weed man that has equal just say no i didn't get clear on this in a wish i did but i'm curious is this accumulative time or is this three hour trip one way in the three hour trip beck resist three hours total because of his three hours there than fuck hell even three hours total still know but three hours there fuck no hell no this is my thing though offense murky waters six seven seven but maybe just gonna put this out here but maybe if you save some of your money in didn't spend it on the dank weed you could invest in a car that's right i don't know i mean i could be crazy but i think your priorities might be askew the wrong way live at if you walk in anywhere but you're still buying we'd you should probably really stop and rethink what's going on in your life right now like maybe i could get a car driving at the we hey i'm not smoking doing your thing then hey kosovo but prioritize just saying just priority.
"three hour" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"Do you know okay i got i got a three hour special that runs every sunday i'll go running every sunday sometimes monday night but this is just a game this is not wham yoda did that so deep though because if you look at all of attainment that's what it is if you look at park he he will try to character if you look at the katz nowadays they portray a character and helps with that prestige it helps with that just the buzz of your name retire my mum life because that's that's all it was to be apprentice and i don't let don't lie so i had to stand on that promise man not just be doing the derision of playing days my mom may work since i've had a game for minute so all that was real man i was real on that promise you did and did you did you did you know how did you know how impactful it was going to be though no because that do don't ever try to be that do he's just do because you're not a reason to do wore high socks man appreciate everybody i used to kill cats on my team high school stuff 'cause casual quote that that famous quote did you say look good yeah go ahead say play good they pay they used to be like a monica for all of us grown up and like there would be cats that were garbage sitting in the mayor for for four minutes of the game i'm like dog stab it.
"three hour" Discussed on About to Review
"Yeah they haven't done anything yet yet we just watch the three hour movie watch too there's gonna be another can we say that that doesn't all right so there's another film coming down the line next year yeah there's a thing called a time base though you know i think i think iraq i think they didn't know what black panther was i think it will probably look different in the next movie i think it very well could be one of the things speaking of a kanda so alan silvestri did the music for this genius he was able to we've every single person's individual theme from their movie into this movie and even when cap is i saying when they're like l only we had a place where the technology could get this thing and help vision and cap alike i know a place and you hear doom to to two and you hear these legs black panther theme like that actually the only time i noticed that the winner that do that with the other characters oh and captain captain america they use his from capitol where he's behind train well sylvestry did for a little venture and he i think he also did adventures yeah the first slated captain america's the first avenger and then the first avengers film it's funny you bring this up and so i'm going to push back a little bit on this i didn't like them you sick in the really i didn't i thought it was way too on the nose hollywood style so it's almost like.
"three hour" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Yes on thursday of this week we did a livestream three hour livestream and there was a few reasons why we wanted due at one of them was to let people know about our patriot and the book book is also you know another huge thing that seems to be happening at the same time will end up scheduling some type of livestream for the patrons every month where we will be interacting with them answering questions just having some some fun discussions and maybe throw in a couple of news items if anything you know anything cool is going on but the real reason is we want to interact with the patriot community it's going to be mostly a question answer format or entirely and we're still there's a lot of options on patriots have a lot of plug ins in different ways that we can do that too were still working out what would be the optimal way to do it and to stream it and to interact with are the patriots at different levels so once we nail that down technically which way works best will be doing that once a month so if you believe in the work that we do and you want the show to continue please go to patriot dot com forward slash skeptics guide and become a patron and if you missed the three hour livestream on thursday it is still there on our facebook page and on our youtube channel so you can take a look at it whenever you want all right well thank you all for joining me this evening you got brothers thanks and until next week this is your skeptics guide to the universe.
"three hour" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Our on the dennis prager show every tuesday the third hour three hour show was devoted to great issue of life i have argued periodically but often the theory is such a thing as credentials of sin i base my life on that belief i think most people agree with that not all is equal some people don't agree with it and there's nothing i can do except make the case that there i don't think there's a biblical basis or a logical basis by the way i consider the two almost always to coincide biblical values and logical thought why title my commentary on the bible the rational bible which will be out in a couple of weeks and i do ask you to get it to change your life and because i would like to see the bible once again as central book in america one thing i can tell you you don't write a bible commentary to get rich i make a living thank me to write this commentary but i do hope it sells well because the fault that the bible is not the most important book anymore for almost all of american history is very much at the root of the tragedy immoral tragedy of our time anyway i believe in credentials of sin and the one i'm talking about today is adults think predations of adultery i gave you the most vivid example of a case where i know that a man in fact legally technically did in fact committed adultery his alzheimer's wife who had taken care of for probably well over a decade had gone so far as to not any longer even know who he was and he had fallen in love with another woman so is that the same thing as somebody you know carrying on an affair and by the way even carrying on an affair i knew before i was ever married that i was not capable of judging all act of adultery how do i know what if anything drove a man or a woman to it what if they've been mistreated terribly at home does the other spouse in no way to be held accountable for the other spouse straight so you'll say oh prager is defending until three defending complexity must defending adultery defending being real in a world where i walked the real and the moral to both coincide.
"three hour" Discussed on The Short Porch
"So i don't know up say he's he's a every couple minutes for a half hour guy he's not three hour broadcast that would be so terrible so every lose literally lose by crazy of yeah studio broadcast yeah studios yeah that could that could definitely work but yeah so so that was sad the tizzy kengo and i think we have a good throwback later in the episode of ken one of his more conic moments i think in the booth but i wanted to get your thoughts and just the whole team and like a full season type prediction where do you think the expectations are like you know are they the highest they possibly could be because last year started out we'd be lucky you know we thought when eighty five games last year my phone and basically i just want to get your thoughts on where you think this team is going and how high they possibly go so last year i predicted on like every podcast that i went on the talk about this and everything i wrote that i centrally predicted what happened i said this team's young and dumb enough that thing off to a hot start the team will add the pieces that they need to and we went out and got a sunny gray who we haven't even seen i don't think the yankees as yankee fans we have not seen what sunny great can do he wasn't really exceptional for us and we went out and we made some moves and we bolstered the lineup some and we made it pretty far i think this year the expectations are obviously much higher so it's going to be one of those things where i think we get out we may be struggle even like in the first few games i could see a struggling similar to win like lebron james went to the heat and i think they lost like four of the first six or something like that everyone was like this is terrible this will never work.
"three hour" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"You're a real one episode three hour man we we that's what we knew like okay this is what this podcast is being and this is where stay quit and be proud jonah groundforce in great shit renting ryan so we are here thank you for downloading every episode whatever listen to bushy we say nothing serious these jokes anything that comes up you know just no jokes it because you know that's sidebar side cares all aero secret rivers secrets do we need can't talk about on the five cats pardon secrets in all saying sweat sweat naturally his lips was sweating eyeballs good good really we have a double log has like that that would be court dot com podcast too his ordeal child support.
"three hour" Discussed on Open Floor
"Had like a two or three hour drive and all i wanted to do was watch that game and my family insisted on travelling at night and so i had to listen to that game on the radio and for people who remember college football fans like that gave was insane and so a hearing it all transpire on the radio it was actually cooler than watching it would have been and so i i look back fondly losing my mind in the car with my family and my other four family members were just like we don't give a shit why are you making us listen to this game but that was great and then basketballwise i really don't ever listen to gains on the radio although there was one time when i was on a road trip a couple of years ago with my thengirlfriend now wife and we were stuck in the car during a heat playoff game and it was like it was i think the did not the year that they lost the mavericks but the year after and they were down to one to the pacers and it really look like that the whole heat aero was sort of teetering on the brink and then weighed in lebrun came back and i think they both had 40 in game 4 to beat the pacers and man ally listen that entire game on the radio and it was wild just hearing them go back and forth just sort of like slowly killing the pacers and because i think bosh was hurt that game two and both of them were just out of that world so it is fun to sort of experience games and have to imagine what's happening and i should probably listened two more games on the radio he says i guess what i'm saying here i mean it's a super tough job because the audiences like fully in your hands they have to trust you completely at i'm kind of a.
"three hour" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"It sure it was a three hour however long it went bash humiliate embarrass trump fast but that's not the way to look at it the way to look at it is hollywood in its most prestigious awards show for the television industry devoted all three hours to donald trump donald trump in a in a strict owning of media time i am in a if if you simply look at it the way a lot of people do with the old saw it doesn't matter what they say as long as they spelled your name right donald trump loomed it the best thing these clowns could do in there there i think incapable of it is to ignore him but the reason may want the reason they did that last night there talking to each other they are expressing their bona fides do each other they're letting everybody conventis venice reno that they're all on the same we hate trump page that's the purpose of it that's so as to not be of mistaken not to be confused they don't want the powersthatbe in hollywood to think there's anybody in there that is in the trump camp so they went overboard making short everybody in that industry knows they hate trump that was it was political correctness on display i don't think anybody's gonna portray of that wavered that to me is what it what because it was so over the top it was on natural people are not capable of that much hatred it had to be some of it had to be manufactured and the reason it wise is because they're talking to each other they are reassuring each other that they are still in the politically correct place to be and that is trump hatred in the meantime the audience continues to shrink ever it it for the early numbers make it look like it could beat last year's record low by just a little bit but even if it's not last year's record low areas way way down from what the emmy's used to be and i i just know folks do not doubt me on this that the people that did watch it are not all trump haters and the people at watch that show last night after a while i'm sure had this okay okay we get it you hate trump in other words there is going to be some degree eased some level of backlash that will never be record the because pollsters in.