17 Burst results for "Three Hours A Day"
"three hours day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tom and Paul Karen thanks so much Paul Sweeney and Tom Keane with you on a Friday we're reading into the weekend to start another eventful week Paul We're really getting ready to go to Davos Oh no wait we're not You're not going to Davos but when stop was going to happen they postponed that Tom They shoved it forward a week Are you okay to go So it's middle January not late January now It's canceled Because of the pandemic Switzerland and Austria hit very hard and I think it's out like they're talking summer but excuse me folks I have the plague Michael Regan does not He joins us right now Mike Reagan good to have you Here in the equity market Mike if you were publishing for Friday I know you're only working a three hour day But what part of the retail equity market would you focus on now What's a conundrum for you right now in equities Well Tom I think I talked to Chris Harvey of Wells Fargo this week and he brought up an old notion that I think is going to come more and more in appliance The notion of the or the fed put In other words we've heard some very hawkish things obviously from the Federal Reserve in the last month or so At what point does a sort of market correction or sort of disorderly move in rates actually cause them to pause cause them to rethink this aggressive tone that they've taken And I think that's going to become more and more the type of thing that people are thinking about Well how much do the markets have to push the fed to sort of rethink this type of stance they're taking on Harvey's expecting a 10% correction in the S&P sometime in the first half is kind of a test of that Which is a pretty shocking prediction I think the risky one too But that's the sort of thing I think Tom and Paul that people are thinking about I mean I love your grand banks both folks Michael named his boat market drawdown which I thought was just great How is market drawdown changed Our investments get the headlines down a 1 million % Forget about that Our listeners portfolios What's the character of the recent market drawdown Well it's obviously like you said it's those arc those sort of long duration high expected growth in the future type of trades that have really gotten hit the hardest And I'll point out that crypto kind of falls into that bucket as well Really just a bloodbath in the crypto markets recently And I think it's everyone sort of going to the other the other side of the boat of the USS market drawdown Tom and saying okay well what can we sort of weather out this shift in fed tone with So what's leading today in this year financials energy those sort of early cyclicals that people think part of that trade from last year might have gotten postponed into this year because of the the Omni Tron and the flare up of the virus So and quality again I go back to this long podcast interview we did with Chris Harvey He's a bullish on quality Where do you sort of write out this monetary policy tightening So looking for stocks with good balance sheets good dividend yields the prospects of buybacks that sort of thing And steering clear of the risky long duration Kathy wood types of bets At least for now you know I think we're seeing a rebound in the NASDAQ today So certainly and tech turning green just a few minutes ago in the S&P 500 So certainly I think there will always be an instinct among some investors to buy that dip in tech Until they're proven otherwise that it's a bad idea So we're seeing a little bit of that today I think ultimately everyone's got one eye on the bond market seeing where those yields go one 75 basis points in the ten year really interesting spot sort of getting back up to almost a two year high if we close in that range So I think it's kind of in a way letting the bond market take the lead and tell us where they think rates are going and sort of equities falling in line behind that Yes it's interesting Michael like that the big tech names that have been the stalwarts of this market really since the great financial crisis of 2008 they've underperformed over the past 12 months on balance here and you've got to think in a rising interest rate environment which appears we are in that could be a challenge here but boy there's some of these names that just kind of scream out at you It's tough to look past an Amazon that's underperformed and say why do I not buy it here Yeah and I think again it's people sifting through those names looking for qualities rather than sort of speculative growth stories So obviously Apple seems to be weathering it fine Those type of stocks So I think that's what it is And Tom I am still waiting for my invitation to Davos Maybe as your bodyguard Next time I just can see you there I mean Paul I mean we're going to closing the piano bar Sure Closes down at ten 30 I can see it My career thank you so much greatly appreciate the brief here Paul we've got to speak about the pressures upon the secretary of labor It is a fully employed America under 4% But every politician frankly I'm going to say it's bipartisan They have to speak Paul to an America that's not participating in this technology economy Yeah exactly right And it kind of brings back some of the discussions.
"three hours day" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"High cases. Remain high not. That's the new rules announced by premier gladys boy berra zicklin on friday kicked in from twelve. Oh one on. Monday morning so there in in effect right now. Here's a rundown according to news nine of what is happening. Greater sydney's lockdown will now be in place until the end of september at least so lockdown extended for another month. They did say however shell harbor in the central coast would be removed from the greater sydney definition to become rural areas. The lockdown in the rural areas of new south wales is due to end august twenty eighth but that could be extended depending on case numbers it will be extended almost guaranteed. So if there's any good news in here it is that it might end for the rural areas on the twenty eighth. But we'll see everyone across new south. Wales must now wear a mask outside of their homes except when exercising the rule. So if you step out into your backyard you have to wear a mask. That's correct for those exercising. A mask must be carried at all times so if you are exercising and the police come up to and you don't have a mask in your pocket or something you'll be in violation. That's the dumbest thing i've ever heard. Walking is exercise inc. That's correct so if you're just walking you don't have to wear a mask as long as you claim that it's exercising and they believe you. It is literally exercising. They don't have to believe me. It's exercise but walk for exercise to the judge lady. Curfews been introduced across twelve local government areas in greater sydney where corona virus cases are at their highest so they named the various different areas. People are not allowed to leave their homes in those areas between nine. pm and five a m. yes because cova d- tax worse at night. Exercise is limited people living in hot spot areas. Those spread across sydney south. West and western suburbs are limited to exercising outdoors for just one hour per day. That as a twenty three hour lockdown. That is what i had in jail. A prison lockdown is. What that is there is no doubt the south wales government has just put new south wales under prison. If i'm going to be on twenty three hour day lockdown. I want my meals brought to me. At least somebody did my cooking for me. Brought me the meals to twenty three hour day down here. You've got a cook your own meals but you're not really even allowed to go out and get food except i think they will still let you go to the grocery store but god knows what sort of regulations they have on that. And how will they know that if they see a personnel exercising. How will they know how long they've been out in harassing everyone. They see out gonna talk telling out they discover more infractions section on the police because it takes a lot of its cues from england or the united kingdom as well and they love their security camera so i imagine newsouth wells is covered in police accessible security camp. Well we know they're covering cops. There was a statement from the police chief for something last week that we played on the air where he was saying. Thousands of police would be in the streets setting up checkpoints and military. Didn't say oh the military's already been there. Yeah there too so Let's see so again. Limited to outside Exercise for just one hour per day a number of additional retailer yard time is what that's called. Oh and here's what the his barrage leeann who announced. This said this move was made as a small group of people were using exercise the wrong way in a bid to leave their home so locked down the entire state hotspot areas will have the one hour exercise restriction which was at least a dozen areas. A number of additional retailers have moved to click and collect only sets like their curbside. I think what they're calling that they include garden centers plant nurseries office supplies hardware and building supplies landscaping material supplies rural supplies and pet stores traits. People are allowed to shop in store where relevant these rules will apply for residents and businesses in the lga's of concern. Lga's are the local government areas. The ones that does in areas where it's supposed hotspots and what's one thing that i realized about the one hour of exercise a day. You can't go wherever you want like to exercise like you can't go out into a mountain. It's over half an hour away. They're not.
"three hours day" Discussed on Get Up!
"Citizen led innovation and the workforce of the future. We are back on. Get up in the pressure is on jalen rose. Who gets up here. Jalen with lebron in some trouble prior to this series. There's only been one team ever to win. Three games against him in round one. Who was that team so him. Well punishing me. Greenie being a founding member of this. Show me put a three hour days. The bron- has been there plan in the league twenty years thirty nba teams seriously. But i'll take a stab at how chicago bulls with derrick rose jimmy butler and time. It's not a bad stabs but it's not right. How about the team. You played for it. It was the pacers in 2018. Remember that first. Round series indiana plato. Awful tommy mislead you right now. He remembers jalen. standby run. everybody through who just got up with us this morning from last night. The nets have moved on. They're headed to a second round showdown with the bucks. James harden had a triple double thirty four point brooklyn eliminating the celtics in five kyrie had twenty five at twenty four game. One against milwaukee will be saturday elsewhere. Last night the performance of the night the performance of the year from damian lillard get a playoff record twelve threes. Two of them were. That sent the game i into overtime in double overtime. He scored fifty five but they lost the nuggets. Wanted in double. Ot one forty seven hundred forty. So denver has a three two lead in that series and then back to lebron and the lakers on the brink playing without ad the sun's dominated a thirty point lead at halftime. They win by thirty. Devon booker scored thirty chris. Paul reinjured the white shoulder. He says he'll be okay. Meanwhile here's what lebron says about game six win.
"three hours day" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
"In canton steady at the ot. My wife to say about a fan knows joke. You're getting this deal. You'll get okay you have time with. You won't be more tailored to your gwen three hour days. But he okinawa thomas canal zone. No no no. I hadn't heard of that whole game donovan. Basically kate ahmadi pork a show hot. Then he's got a lady admitted that nba supported mizmaa twig aid for support city. See us thank god. Oh god make us was. I dove in. Your kid is gonna win. Trust take on in the media period does not we in this is you have a million know nothing beyond tijuana economically that he that dirty as even you know mary last year on your show you call. Do you need it. But nobody by birth by echo going radical meal call senate born will boy dana and only pull novo another suzy cone important eat helper easy montondo to limit easter at your here for did doing conseil throw saw enough. We stay inaugural rusty forgetting disease. Copy fiancee scotto commodity. Not too emotionally parameter simmons. Yoder's notice team is us. You see us with a musty. God okay anymore k kane. Not stick was in oslo on done hall. You know no matter. You're going to macabre him. I'll give you both cobblers are done. Gutters undone uppercut little. This is roughly authority in progress. Who took the on the patio. Bogo you hoya and be again. Throw him lhasa. Called lasette by. India ilah have can ally india so this la la theon the pair india india either ketamine to castle kentucky kellyanne and sarah thursday or we didn't see your radio ondo in examining soggy. She's the underdog. Know scott us here or there has no. They weren't yeah by yello sonali yellow taste. No do la may have the fumes that in the indo so you so you know monkey now okay hispania for no way suite. We noboru for a stupid poor for what i miss. Jose northstar.
"three hours day" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"My wife will say it was only about forty five minutes. Felt like three hours days right so we found the sectional that we wanted. But now we're going back and forth colors and materials and there comes a point. I don't know if this is all men but the cirque this is certainly men like me with low attention spans. And you see it. You know you make a decision. You're gone you're gone. I could go to a shopping mall. Spent ten minutes in there. I find exactly what i want to buy. You're not you're done now not so much not so much with this couch. So it's adam what he think this color. I said i like that color but if you want this color and now we're now it's a whole thing i can see. The salesman is getting a little riled up he is short of saying just select an effing cholerae. I could see it in his eyes. Read body language facial you michelle. No kid right nola kids where there too and they were great. Because we're like. What do you think of this couch and for them. It's am. I comfortable enough while i'm on social media and play games on my phone there on the couch the whole time you play up doing exactly what doing just all their phones. Aden's greatest his feet up autumn. It doesn't matter. He's got his sneakers on his made himself at home. Great couch feels good like the material and then you look up. their eyes were securely fixed. That annette phone so they were fine and salesman's getting a little a little hot and bothered me sees the money. We're you just throw dark. Run down for my contrast and we've got pictures of our living room. Think we've got white walls and hardwood is the big time decision. I mean this is not some small businesses to live with released years longer. I got more than an education about how this is a big decision. Yeah and it's gonna impact your home. You live longer raspy couch for seventeen years. And i've lived. Just hey. do not do not call that couch crappy that is not a crappy couch all yours. Coach them telling us at listeners. You have to understand this. This couch is the classic couch. We just sit in it absorbs. You cannot help the comfort. And i'm done i'm.
"three hours day" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Recorded the first hour. Because it. I knew it was going to be emotionally grueling than it is rush. Limbaugh spoke fifteen hours a week. Roughly forty eight weeks a year so fifteen hours a week. Forty eight weeks a year for thirty three years. That's twenty three thousand seven hundred sixty hours of radio. The left is trying to define him by about fifty things. They think he said that we're awful. Forty of those things were taken out of context. Five of them. He said he probably shouldn't have said in in five of them. Maybe they have a case. I don't know but To have that few things to attack rush limbaugh over twenty three thousand seven hundred sixty hours of airtime over thirty. Three years is remarkable. I do five hours a day now. Three hours days is tough. The other two are. Just i basically get to recap the chauffeur of the atlanta audience. I i wouldn't be doing any of it but for him. And i'm sorry to hook the time it's my show you can get your own show. I miss my friend. Partisans will define him By the things they didn't like but if you are defined in history by your enemies and your virtues are revealed by your enemies then rush limbaugh's virtues were love america and a love of the common man and a love of rugged individualism of the constitution. And today he gets to hand back in the talent that had been loaned to him. Straight into the hands of god. God speed rush Words scratched george Say spun food Oh man Is fun Cons is blah And welcome it. Is eric erickson here. I am. I'm i'm up to doing the show live now. Y'all i'm sorry it's just This this one's hard the full number. If you wanna be a part of the program. I would love to take your calls on rush. I know a lot of you have thoughts on him. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five..
"three hours day" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Alan. Why Bella's Whether it's one of the original or the original writer, I should say Loren Michaels Satellite Live work with Gilda Radner, John Belushi, rest of the not ready for trying time. Never say that not ready for prime time players who came up Allen, who came up with that term, not ready for prime time players. It was a wonderful writer on the show who is older than the rest of us. They was her sergeant. First sergeant was like a a legend. Ryan. They're produced. The show called That was the week. That was if you remember that And I don't know if he wrote for radio. But he was there at the instance CIA television and when we started, we were all in early and mid twenties and heard was About 54 you know, so he was like the elder statesman and hey, was the one who came up with that name. That's great. Originally Chevy Chase now that I don't know the history, but I heard he did one year And then he laughed because he had a girlfriend that he followed and pursued the Los Angeles Is that true? Well, he was there for one year and a couple of shows. Into the second year. The show premiered in October of 1975. Let me think out loud here, So he was there through the fall in the spring of 76. He was there for a couple of shows in the fall of 76 leading up to election. 1976 elections because he impersonated Gerald Ford, right? I like that. He then left the show. Hey, had a girlfriend on the West Coast. But he also signed a deal where he did a number of specials for NBC. Oh, I see. Okay. Hey, you know, there's there's always been A rumor that there was massive, you know, drugs or cocaine used in the show. Did you ever see anything like that? No, nothing. I was noticed. That's great. But you know that show Alan. It didn't seem as political back Then, as it is now, you know, you can watch it as Republican or Democrat, and you never knew which side it tilted. Now it's completely obvious. Well, you know something back then it was always a little left of center. You know a little Yeah. And it was always a little left said when I was there, but, you know now you got a guy who, Ah, in office that almost writes your material for you. You should get checked by the way he should be on the credits. Well, he deserved something. It is as a dis about you know, Dr Douchey, but he retweets Chuck Woolery. We'll be back into into. Hey, there was a you know, speaking of selling jokes, I know that usedto write jokes and sell them to comedians. My dad never bought or purchase a joke before until he met a guy that I'm sure you knew. Very well, Pat McCormick, You probably pat right? I met him through my friend Buck Henry, who used to host that. I know a lot about Pamuk was crazy. Oh, a hammock comic. I mean, his stories of Valium will legendary. Oh, yeah. Like Carson's big writer, right for as right, But yeah, but he was writing for Carson and Hay and my he did a joke. He also did stand up and he wrote a joke. And my dad said Can I Can I buy that joke from you? And Pat McCormick was thinking, you know, maybe $10 a $20 my dad gave him a check for $500. And I still remember the joke. I'll tell you the joke and second, but he gave me a check for $500. And Pat McCormick came back the next day and gave him 50 additional jokes. My dad, So what is this? Because well, I usually sell ajoke for $10. You give me 500. I owe you another 50 chokes. That's that's amazing. From what I understand. He was a joke machine. And, Yeah, I know that when I was writing jokes back then it was I got $7.5 dollars. About right? Yeah. So the joke that my dad bought the very first joke on I think the only one he ever purchased, but the joke was on Pama Corn wrote it, he said. My doctor has beyond so much fiber. I'm actually passing wicker furniture. Buck Henry told me that Pat McCormick will go into a supermarket. And he would say that the cashier when he got there from the line, he says, is this enough for it'll taper for this food I'm buying. Hey, was he was fantastic. He's the only guy that could get away with wearing plaid on DH stripes. A striped pants in the plaid shirt goes out. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, he was. He was great. I love the stories that you know they come out of. You know the your generation. I think they're really great. There's never any nobody ever really worked. Ah, Blewett was fun, and it was and it was something that was difficult to do. And you guys didn't work. A three hour day you were working 18 hours a day to 20 hours a day on that show, I imagine Well, Yeah, we think that it was a live show every week. And you got to work on Monday and it was basically nothing was nothing on the board. What did they pay you every week. You remember what your salary was initially Oh, yes, but me, it wass. I want to say $325 a show. Wow, I don't want a show. It was the most money I'd ever seen in my life. But if you prorated it you realize the amount of hours you work in getting up 12. Alright, Alan, hold on sec were going if you can stay with us will come back and talk about all the things you have. Including my life, helping people helping funny people be funnier on DH, the audio version of the book that came out I think, just yesterday on July 21st and we'll talk about Twitter and your website as well. Alan Zweibel is with us. Very funny man. The original writer for Senate Live will continue talking without looking back. We're live on Ko Phi more now. California has.
"three hours day" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Wages thank you religion and we two hundred and twenty five thousand brand new beautiful jobs last month way way way above what a great genius is back there thought it would be two hundred twenty five thousand thank you we right now have more people working in our country than at any time in the history of our yeah I was on al Sharpton show on last Sunday of the I'm during meet the press this Sunday last Sunday did I'll show find out that now asked me as the president of the African American vote I said well you know close out black unemployment history although that's not true that's not true and I looked up at C. N. B. C. number it is true now maybe in their meeting keep statistics during World War two it might have been about I mean as long as I've been alive we never have this for the entire country an African American unemployment unemployment is higher than angle I implement that's true point being everyone doing better in the trump economy everybody is no one will tell you a little bit about the rundown you may have noticed if you are a three hour day listener that I replied my first segment from the first hour in the second hour today two reasons one my voice a little shot called R. L. P. that I'm taking to meditate care that's a worry about me it's fine and it'll be back by Monday but is preserving a little bit more important I wanted the second hour to hear what the rundown is that people go to work at different times in the day people leave at different times of the day and if you leave at six AM in the east or you listen to the podcast from the beginning you hear the rundown the other run down and somebody came up with people that are bad I.
"three hours day" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Wages yeah religion and we added another two hundred and twenty five thousand brand new beautiful jobs last month way way way above what a great genius is back there thought it would be two hundred twenty five thousand thank you we right now have more people working in our country than at any time in the history of our yeah I was on al Sharpton show on the last Sunday of the I'm doing meet the press this Sunday last Sunday did I'll show that I pointed out that now ask me how's the program there with the African American but I said well you know lows that black unemployment history although that's not true that's not true and I looked up at C. N. B. C. number it is true now maybe in their meeting keep statistics during World War two it might have been about I mean as long as I've been alive we never had this for the entire country an African American unemployment unemployment is higher than angle unemployment that's true point being everyone doing better in the trump economy everybody is no one will tell you a little bit about the rundown you may have noticed if you are a three hour day listener that I replied my first segment from the first hour in the second hour today two reasons one my voice a little shot called our L. P. I'm taken aback to take care of that so don't worry about me it's fine and it'll be back by Monday but this preserving a little bit more important I wanted the second hour to hear what the rundown is that people go to work at different times in the day people leave at different times of the day and if you leave at six AM in the east or you listen to the podcast from the beginning you hear the rundown the other run down and somebody came up with.
"three hours day" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Tie about what the left does do what he does cut number twenty Donald Trump well the I've been wasting American with files hoaxes we've been killing terrorists creating jobs raising wages thank you religion and we two hundred and twenty five thousand brand new beautiful jobs last month way way way above what a great genius is back there thought it would be two hundred twenty five thousand thank you we right now have more people working in our country than at any time in the history of our yeah I was on al Sharpton show on last Sunday I'm doing meet the press the Sunday last Sunday did I'll show that I pointed out that now ask me as a prelude to the African American but I said well you know lows that black unemployment history although that's not true that's not true and I looked up at C. N. B. C. number it is true now maybe in the era when we can keep statistics during World War two it might have been about I mean as long as I've been alive we never had this for the entire country an African American unemployment unemployment is higher than angle I'd implement that's true point being everyone doing better in the trump economy everybody is no one will tell you a little bit about the rundown you may have noticed if you're a three hour day listener but I replied my first segment from the first hour in the second hour today two reasons one my voice a little shot called R. L. P. I'm taking a mad to take care of that so don't worry about me it's fine and it'll be back by Monday but this preserving a little bit more important I wanted the second hour to hear what the run down is that people go to work at different times in the day people leave at different times of the day and if you leave at six AM in the east or you listen to the podcast from the beginning you hear the rundown well the run down and somebody came up with people got a bad they don't know what happened overnight hi Jim all the most important stories it's just the news you need the announcers you want in one ten minute segment.
"three hours day" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We've been killing terrorists creating jobs raising wages thank you religion and another two hundred and twenty five thousand brand new beautiful jobs last month way way way above what a great genius is back there thought it would be two hundred twenty five thousand think of it we right now have more people working in our country than at any time in the history of art yeah I was on al Sharpton show on last Sunday I do I'm doing meet the press the Sunday last Sunday did I'll show point out that now ask me how's the bread into the African American but I said well you know closed out of black unemployment history also that's not true that's not true and I looked up at CNBC number it is true now maybe in the error waiting keep statistics during World War two it might have been I am but I mean as long as I've been alive we never have this for the entire country in African American employment unemployment is higher than angle unemployment that's true point being everyone doing better in the trump economy everybody is no one can tell you a little bit about the rundown you may have noticed if your a three hour day listener that I replied my first segment from the first hour in the second hour today two reasons one my voice a little shot gun are L. P. I'm taking a mad the take care of that so don't worry about me it's fine and it'll be back by Monday but this preserving a little bit more important I wanted the second hour to hear what the rundown is that people go to work at different times in the day people leave at different times of the day and if you leave at six AM in the east or you listen to the podcast from the beginning you hear the rundown now the run down and somebody came up with people got a bad.
"three hours day" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The golden knights have fired head coach Gerard galant Mike Reid won't shut the hell up about it this is a shopping and do we have time you have done time not here let's talk about it later they replaced it with beaded aboard mean that's another coaching the also let's because it's a long one the war was fired by the sharks back in December with Mike weird the Hollywood police department in Florida has announced that its athletic league has severed ties with Antonio brown returned his donation following a viral video showing him yelling obscenities towards Cobbs and the mother of his children and finally Billy I wish we'll be doing the theme song for the new James Bond film no time to die for all the latest headlines information to the SportsCenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day I've got a lot of questions and it's not hyperbole to say that Bob Costas is not just the best broadcaster in the history of sports television like we can have these arguments Lauren just broadcasting history or if there's ever been any anybody better at the doing of television then Bob Costas so he joins us now and I asked this question with all due respect are you retired like are you close to retired because you you left football and I know you have a creative projects that you're interested in but I don't know what you're doing these days no I'm not retired but before I answer that given the current atmosphere did your article on use his smartphone to watch slapshot during the golden knights game that uses technology why he was dismissed your opening Mr Casas only three points out in the division who does this move now Peter devore finds himself in the cat bird seat of coaching the all stars when you just got fired it's a dramatic change of events it it it's almost too wacky to comprehend do anyways so you're not retired so no as a matter of fact I was on the MLB network for three hours day before yesterday when the story broke first about the Astros and now which court and the red Sox and I do basically a game a week each week on MLB and during the baseball season and maybe in the upcoming year all do well some things like some non play by play things like what I used to do like earlier stages of my career but nothing to announce just yet so it's it's a transition thing I'm doing less than I did before and obviously Sunday night football on the Olympics with the two most visible things you can do in sports television but I did it doesn't Olympics I don't know how many super bowls Sunday night Sunday afternoons I did between the eighties and and at this point so just felt to me like that was enough that was enough of all that and I look back on it with us a lot of fun this appreciation but the I'm really glad I did it and now I'm kind of glad I'm not doing that anymore close to retirement hello December watching what's up with you some of those games for quite awhile well now that you brought it up I did here while I was in one of those playoff games and I say this with all due respect as well because no well because because what happened was in this must happen with the changing evolution of baseball he evidently Bob describes something as off the fists and it went out of the park at a million miles an hour and was I was upset with myself and and so I was just wandering because I'm not used to you making mistakes like that where you've been most upset with yourself because something happened during the broadcast well that was one of them actually it was the first inning of twins Yankees the first game of the playoffs first game of their best of five series which the Yankees swept and would set the stage for how these were the two top former getting teams in a distorted home run season in baseball for a variety of reasons the tennis ball obviously being one of them on the reasonable leave it was intentionally Jews but everybody in baseball acknowledges that there was something different than routine fly balls were going out of the ballpark so that was part of the story of the twins Yankees being one two and James Paxton was pushing for the Yankees and yet allow or first inning home runs than any pitcher in baseball so that was a story like to a John small tonight had laid it all out and everything was going swimmingly and was sorry I believe was the second hit her and the football silently it's a line drive I.
"three hours day" Discussed on KPCC
"Because every story has a flip side and you know it is time of the year for Sniffles what exactly is the virus that's making you sick researchers in Scotland took a survey of the viruses in the respiratory tract of thousands of patients to map out the fire real ecology the viral eco system in those patients lungs and it turns out that if you have the flu you are less likely to also be infected with the cold virus joining me now to talk about this is C. Minnick bash a researcher in the MRC university of glass go center for virus research in glass co UK welcome to science Friday doctor Nick bash hi IRA thank you so much for the invitation to speak to you thank you very welcome to listen on this I think we all agree that getting the flu is bad news especially if it's bad enough to make you go see the doctor but you found that there might be a hidden plus side to this yep well ours but the is the first time provides ripoff quantitative evidence that raw interactions among the viruses are known to viruses including knives are responsible for the common cold what you want ME said in this hypothesis is something that so not new news it's been around for decades but we don't really have the right past quantitative evidence now study and allowed us to really test that question do you have any idea why if you have the flu you have the flu virus you don't come down with a cold flu the cold to his illness yeah wow effect good question so I'll just stop on a explaining that we based on our date so we don't actually know what the direction all of the relationship is likely to be but we do believe based on the data that we have that it is more likely that it's the flu that blocks the cold common cold virus rhino virus because we see it happen each yes to each winter season one a bar with the white at the time the the few bars peaks me even saw this during the summer wave off the two thousand nine flu pandemic which is unusual yes for fleas there are others that I've thought about the relationship the other way around based on that same pandemic here is a three hour day two is really suggesting that the relationship is likely to be the all the way round and say these cold viruses well they they tend to be more miles in certain individuals and then but the very young population for example if your immuno compromised then you cannot you suffer from a more severe type of illness compared to say the average person could it be that they should have to viruses one they're competing and your body for resources and if you get the the flu first it sort of muscles out the cold virus gear that they serve a fact so the questions that we're interested in because you see we and by we I mean that biologists naked immunologists we tend to study pathogens as individual infectious.
"three hours day" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"They're all breaking down the masters from beginning to an ephedrine wins. You hear crickets baby. Different Tigers tiger's hangers. Absolutely. Yeah. No. He's he's in a category by himself. Tigers not a golfer. Tiger is a superstar. He's a superstar. So whatever he does whether air getting arrested, whether it's having an affair whether it's having his game come unhinged or whether it's winning his first major in eleven years. It's the biggest story, you know? What's so funny about him? He's a superstar without leaving the comforts of sport. What I mean by that is Serena LeBron, you know, any of the other Jordan, they all became superstars and went beyond their sport. Tiger is pretty much as Goff. He's not movies. He's not out doing other pop cultural sort of things to grow. He brought pup coach to him. Yeah. And that to me is the most fascinating even Muhammed Ali who I talked about before they had a great his comeback. He did albums appeared on TV and talk shows and other stuff all the time. I was raised with our co-ceo gray Howard Cosell is well known he. Was constantly pushing beyond the comfort of boxing to me tiger. Whether he wanted to or not became a touchtone without really doing any of that came to him. Keep. Yeah. I would think a lot of that is because he was the first of his kind to ever do it for sure to begin with for sure where where in basketball to two degrees. In tennis. There's other minorities have played at that at the level to some degree that a lot of guys have nobody there's a minority ever played at the level tiger that have. No, he talked about people playing on the PGA tour prior to Tiger Woods that people have colored that you know, it's like Calvin p it's Jim Thorpe. They never had any success. Like that. I mean, they they didn't have a man like that. And it it it's partially that because it was the first time we'd ever seen. It's like who is that. What what are you? He did what? So you're you're curious. At the beginning. Who is that? It turns out that he's also an it's not because of a personality necessarily because his personality is kind of benign, if not a little dorky, I couldn't hang with that. No. I think a lot of you. But if you were in you were in the class of me and Travis you certainly could hang with that. Because that's out. Sorry, guys. We're gonna get onto a class. Eddie. Eddie your phone to sleep before my second cocktail what he is though is and it's not personality driven. It's performance driven for sure. But then there's that theory all x factor. It factor whatever he's magnetic. You wanna watch him that whatever he's doing? I don't know if it's his smile. I don't know if it's the way that he plays. But there's something about that guy that is incredibly compelling to watch him compete and do what he does. Whereas there are like Dustin Johnson. For instance, is a great golfer hits in a mile winds has a great body has he's in great shale. Don't wanna watch. Here's nobody cares. That's exactly right. I spent three hours day yesterday missing tiger. You guys said nobody cares. I don't watch golf. But I knew he was okay. So part of it's a Paulina Gretzky factor and all these other things, but tiger brings people into the tent that have no interest in golf tiger. Like, I if I could fast forward, my television, how they cutting shots and show. I don't wanna see them. Do just wants the coach so meet at three this pair. Tiger. Yeah. And that's all I wanna walk through halls, and I'll walk away for a little while switch on the other server, and I come back and password all the white people just not the dark nineteen up or stop stop now. Wait, where's? China claims yesterday saying that his nose. Hang in there who who wanted to claim him because he these Polynesia I'm like, he. Yeah. But I can't really the no out of jewelry and try to figure it out, but we constantly VJ Singh. What does the Doug as you are but one with a little bit? But I'm gonna take EJ sing when he'll top when he's on top. I want to go back to females knows..
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"Change your policies to keep your educational opportunities say nothing so that you'll preserve your public reputation in this more important cultural fighting is critical to wrap our arms around principals not politicians. There's not one darn thing. Even the president can or should you to force Sheridan to associated with the kids? From a manual combating. Intolerance is a matter of persuasion. It depends on Christians exercising a degree of personal courage and resolve if you see a colleague facing persecution for his beliefs stand with him if a Christian school faces public. Shame and public sanction for its fidelity to scripture send your kids anyway. Silence and complaints only embolden those who seek to sideline Christian thought and belief by the way, if you think that this lefty school would bar competition with the Muslim school that believe the same things, you're dead wrong. Of course, they wouldn't just anti Christian bigotry because we people on the left. I believe that people who disagree with them are just plain evil, unless of course, those people agree with them about the evil hierarchical structures of the United States in a second. I gonna give you a an amazing example of the social Justice left at work and how they target folks. First, let's talk about how you can get more from this show. This show is a three hour day. But you get even more when you go over to daily wire dot com and click on the subscribe button at the top of the daily wire premium subscribers are the only people who can watch all three hours every day. No commercials that is right zero commercials. A daily wire subscription includes not only all three hours of the show commercial free. You can ask me questions through the mail bag. You can watch live and recorded episodes of the Andrew klavan show. The Michael Knowles show them that Walsh show and much more. Plus as part of a limited time offer, you got the exclusive leftist. Here's tumbler hot or cold. Are you tired of just listening to this beautiful voice? And you want to see the magnificent face upon that beautiful.
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"Change your policies to keep your educational opportunities say nothing so that you'll preserve your public reputation in this more important cultural fight in is critical to wrap our arms around principals not politicians. There's not one darn thing. Even the president can or should you to force Sheridan's associated with the kids from manual, combating? Intolerance is a matter of persuasion. It depends on Christians exercising degree of personal courage and resolve if you see a colleague facing persecution for his beliefs stand with him if a Christian school face public. Shame and public sanction. First Fidelity to scripture, send your kids anyway. Silence and compliance only embolden those who seek to sideline Christian thought and belief by the way, if you think that this lefty school would bar competition with the Muslim school that believe the same things, you're dead. Of course, they wouldn't just anti Christian bigotry because when people on the left, I believe that people disagree with them are just plain evil, unless of course, those people agree with them about the evil hierarchical structures of the United States and the second to give you a an amazing example of the social Justice left at work and how they target folks. First, let's talk about how you can get more from this show this show a three hour day show, but you get even more when you go over the daily wire dot com and click on the subscribe button at the top of the page daily wire premium subscribers are the only people who can watch all three hours every day. No commercials that is right zero commercials. A daily wire subscription includes not only all three hours of the show commercial free. You can ask me questions through the mail bag can watch live and recorded episodes of the Andrew klavan show. The Michael Knowles show, the Matt Walsh show and much more. Plus as part of a limited time offer, you got the exclusive leftist. Here's tumbler hot or cold. Are you tired of just listening to this beautiful voice? And you want to see.