35 Burst results for "Twelve Hour"

Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

Ali on the Run Show

02:28 min | Last week

Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

"This week's guest on the show is a woman named deirdre keane. She was just featured on humans of new york and the running community was so excited. We were like a runner on humans of new york and her next big goal is that world marathon challenge any advice for her she signed. She's doing it like she has signed up. she's good. She's doing it next year if she's listening to this any advice for her well for me. It's like anything else before you can make a commitment like that. You have to earn the right to do it than what you can't do it on a buyer room that it's it's gonna come back to bite you so you have to do the work and i knew i could do the work. I been there before in terms of running that many miles consecutively day to day to day to day when i was wanted to fifty miles every single day for almost eighty consecutive days. So what's the big deal running twenty six miles for seven days in a row but the big deal is the fact attorney seven continents and so for me. It was more about not as much the training. 'cause that was a given but it was about the rat race in between and it was about sleep deprivation. It was about nutrition while flying was about recovery at thirty five thousand feet no sitting in a seat for twelve hours you know and then get often go run another marathon so trying to figure that all out it was about the weather. Temperatures in climates that we were in antarctica and it was whatever ten degrees and then back plane six hours later. You're in south. Africa running at eighty five degrees and your body's calling. Yeah not a lot of time to acclimate gave. You gotta figure that all out in advance. i mean i think anyone who serious about it does the training. I mean the running. I don't mean to be little it. It wasn't easy. I'm not saying disease but it was probably the less challenge in part of the overall experience for me was the running. When i was running. I was like thank god. I'm running like dumb. Does fly in done with this craziness. get employed. We get my luggage and all that stuff on buses and everything. I'm out here in the moment. Doing what i loved to do in impediment was like that was the calm. That was almost the easy pot. The running

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BBC Reporter Leaves Russia After Credentials Withdrawn

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

BBC Reporter Leaves Russia After Credentials Withdrawn

"Bbc's moscow correspondent sara. Raynsford was forced to leave russia at the end of august when her visa expired. Russian state media said ver- move was in retaliation for the refusal of the uk to grant visas to russian journalists. Bus raynsford antar. Employers believe she was targeted because of her reporting which even saw her heckled live on tv. By the belarusian president alexander lukashenko and his supporters. I'm pleased to say that. Sarah has made. It's back to london and joins me on the line. Now good afternoon to you and a warm. Welcome to the briefing. Sarah is a good i to tell us in your own words. What exactly happened. You say this is about my visa not being extended but actually before. I even found out about that. I was heading back to russia from belarus a story proposing there and i was stopped at the border and i wasn't allowed through by the russian border guards who said that i've been put on an fsp blacklists and being declared a threat to national security in russia and as such i wouldn't be allowed back into the country which is obviously a pretty shocking kind of ten of affairs. I've been living and working. Russia this time for some seven years and before that on an author the two decades basically the entire vladimir putin's presidency so we told that i was a national security threats inbound mentoring. The country was a pretty major step and something i hadn't really seen coming to you. Were allowed to enter the country but just to basically collect your belongings. Well yeah not took twelve hours of pretty intense and forensic negotiations from the bbc. And as i understand it from the british embassy as well Calls to the kremlin and to the foreign ministry to find out what was going on but we still don't know the obviously doesn't disclose details when it designated security threats We don't really know why this happened near the official line. That i'm getting from the foreign ministry. Is that this is retaliation for a russian journalist who was denied. Leave to remain in the uk but that case was a two years ago and at the time nobody made any fuss tool and in fact when the foreign ministry will questions Live on air by an independent tv channel. About who exactly. There's journalist was what their name was. Even what agency. They worked for performance. You spokeswoman was weaving ducking and diving and wouldn't even name the reporter so it's quite weird case to be considered retaliation for this is obviously the russian government going after the bbc but it also feels pretty personal to

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General McKenzie: No More Americans Could Be 'Accommodated'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | Last month

General McKenzie: No More Americans Could Be 'Accommodated'

"We always remember general mckenzie's words. We not american citizens came out on the last. What we call the joint tactical exfiltration alaska five jets to leave We we maintain the ability to bring them up until immediately before too far but we were not able to bring any americans out. That activity ended probably about twelve hours before our exit. Although we continue the outreach would have been prepared to bring them out until the very last minute but none of them made it to the air. Were able to be and we're able to be accommodated. None of them were able to be accommodated like they were taking a cruise. We're sorry this is delta airlines calling. We can accommodate your request for a flight. None of them were able to be accommodate. You mean we abandon them. They were left behind because the taliban wouldn't let them get to their this so insanely infuriating. That that i'm. I'm honestly afraid of what i can say today.

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Biden Pledges 'Full Might' of U.S. For Gulf Hurricane Recovery

5 Things

01:56 min | Last month

Biden Pledges 'Full Might' of U.S. For Gulf Hurricane Recovery

"Hurricane ida has made landfall the storm hit southern louisiana as a major category four near port for choung less than a hundred miles south of new orleans on sunday. It cut power across the region including to all of the city of new orleans and parts of southern mississippi and at least one person died due to a hurricane when a tree fell on a home in prairieville louisiana outside baton rouge. Ida's one hundred fifty mile an hour winds when it came to shore tied it for the fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the. Us mainland early. Monday idaho was a category one hurricane with sustained winds of seventy five miles an hour. Some twelve hours. After i making landfall president joe biden said sunday that the federal government's full strength is behind recovery efforts in the region. Everyone should listen to his structures local and state officials. Just how dangerous this is. Take it seriously. it's not just coasts. Not just novels is north as well. The rainfall is expected to be exceedingly seemingly hot. The people were gulf coast. I want you to know that Trying for the best planning kurd for the worst as soon as the storm passes. We're going to put this. We're going to put the country's full white behind the rescue and recovery before the storm. Louisiana residents like michael told the associated press while filling up gas tanks. What they expected he'll foul with regular windstorm. You know it's just the way it is. You know you have so many trees with pylons and you lose powell a lot and it just have to be prepared. The water is my biggest concern. I don't think it's ever been tough. It's

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What's the State of Police Morale? With Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:29 min | Last month

What's the State of Police Morale? With Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue

"Tim What's the state. So you worked as a uniformed office in the metropolitan police department in the nation's capital You have a an organization you work for which represents the leo community nationally. What is the state of morale amongst law enforcement is very low. It's very low. I mean We travel the nation talking to police. Officers sheriff's deputies federal law enforcement guys and right now they simply don't feel the support from politicians Which the communities are listening to their political leaders and that's driving the community to know armed. Support the police and so the guy's really all they have is each other right now. They don't have a community that they're serving. That supports them. They don't have policymakers who also have power of the purse and the ability to fund or de-fund police And so these guys don't feel supporting really all you have is each other And like i talked about earlier that drive to continue to keep people safe and they know what they're doing is honorable work and so that's all we have right now. They don't have a lot of Support that's why we started back blue. You know melissa. Who's the founder We did our first march I think two years ago now a while you're done you'll that new that new that new and we just had phenomenal impact. This this year during the inauguration. Funny story Police departments come from around the nation to support security through negotiation. And we heard through some of my friends who are still in the department that they weren't getting food. They were out there for twelve hours. Volunteers across from across the nation. Nations security inauguration. Nobody's getting. Nobody's getting fed. They weren't feeding. They had some some crazy thing where they weren't feeding so melissa and i got in her car. We caught up italian company and we said hey. Can we get food. We don't care what it costs. She wouldn't got italian. I wouldn't got chick-fil-a we took it down there much hundred dollars food and we fed officers on a good portion that were coming in. Now you add that to the lack of support from their feeling. The national guard guys being made to sleep in in the cowpox. Yeah absolutely so we went in and we said you know what we're going to meet the need so a lot of what we're doing right now around the country we're getting people in the community together to push back on this narrative and say no actually your community support. Your politicians might not be your community absolutely supports you. We appreciate the work you're doing and we recognize you. Put your life in the line every single day for us. So it's it's been incredible work

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Chad Holloway Wins a Poker Tournament

The PokerNews Podcast

02:31 min | 2 months ago

Chad Holloway Wins a Poker Tournament

"Top story in poker over the last week is most definitely chad. Holloway winning a poker tournament. How in the world. Chad did this happen. Break down for us. We'll tell you what it started. When i learned that you might be overtaken atop the media polka rankings. That our good friend. Tim duckworth puts together. It's just a fun little website where we keep track of poker media members who play poker. I've been on top for a while but you've been playing a bit some get out there. I better put some effort in went down to the venetian actually may day. Two of the ultimate stack. It was a six hundred dollar buying it. Had i think over six hundred runners something at ground ground my way to a thirty second place. Finish nothing too special I was happy to get that far. Honestly because one of those tournaments where i was i think it was below average literally the whole tournament i didn't late registered in just ground from there but they had a three hundred dollar monster stack. That was like four levels in and so i said let me lay reg. This thing had one hundred ninety four runners and may have been a few cocktails may have went in there with the idea of playing super aggressive and just building stack and it worked to perfection in like twelve hours later at four. In the morning we ended up working a five-way deal and i was very happy to do that. Because at the final table. I was sitting okay and chips but then lost a huge one and i looked like i was going to go out in seventh place for like fifteen hundred bucks and i was down to eighty. They're not even kidding. Eighty-five thousand after this hand and the blinds rat twenty thousand forty thousand of the forty thousand anti and it was. I think i had two hands before the blind set me. Firsthand folded secondhand. I told the guy. Look i gotta go all in no matter what like. I can't wait for the big blind. Half my chips in the big blind anne so when in guy woke up with queens i had four three and ended up. Moving riverina straight up in the very next hand wasn't the big blind but they they gave me a walk a walk to take my chips back and then from there within twenty minutes i went from eighty five thousand two over two million in lead the jury And i bust the two people in between down to five and it was at that point. It's like all right. Let's let's work a delay. 'cause it's kinda flippy i know easily it can come and go and so is able to to lock up sixty six hundred bucks or something like that so and i got the coin. The venetia coin in tournament pluto quote unquote. Victory for for the job

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Vatican: Pope Alert and Well a Day After Intestinal Surgery

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Vatican: Pope Alert and Well a Day After Intestinal Surgery

"The Vatican says pope Francis is recovering a day after he underwent a free operation that involved removing Hafiz colon the brief medical bulletin including the Francis is in good condition alert contains the first details the Vatican's released coming more than twelve hours after the end of Sunday's surgery the procedure was necessitated by what the holy see says was a diverticula stenosis or narrowing of the pope's sigmoid portion of the large intestine for two can spokesman Matthew Brunei says Francis who is eighty four is expected to stay in Rome's Gemelli polyclinic a Catholic hospital for about seven days barring complications I'm Charles de Ledesma

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The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change

Climate Cast

02:07 min | 3 months ago

The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change

"Edwards druidic wrote in yale environment. Three sixty about the new danger of shrinking ice cover in the arctic. It's created an arctic shipping. Boom that's literally sailing into uncharted waters. So is less but more radic sea ice a recipe for arctic shipping disasters edward strategic welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me on. So we know from the satellite records that climate change has dramatically changed arctic ice cover since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That's opened up new routes. How many of these shipping routes have reliable navigation charts in the arctic in say alaska. We've got only four percent of the region is charted in candidates. A little bit better. It's fourteen percent so not a lot and some areas. They're just no charting at all. You wrote about this russian ship that grounded in twenty eighteen. Tell us what happened there. Well i was aboard the ship. I was on. Us national science foundation expedition. We were supposed to begin in a place called resolute in the high arctic but The ship couldn't get in there so we had to board further south in the boothia peninsula. Which is entirely uncharted. And we within twelve hours Ran into a shoal Very violently and the ship was listing and We didn't really know what was going on at the time. Although we did know that we were spilling some fuel and that the ship must have been damaged but For about twenty four. Thirty six hours. We just didn't know what was going on. And it took that long for rescue to get to you. How did that play out. Fortunately the canadian coast guard ship was about twenty two hours away and another one was thirty. Six hours away they could easily have been five or six or seven days away. had we've begun to sink and had to man the lifeboats. We could have been in serious trouble. Had there been a lot of ice in the area or to storm. Come up

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Ironman Duo Team, Brent & Kyle Pease, on Training and Racing Together

Ali on the Run Show

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Ironman Duo Team, Brent & Kyle Pease, on Training and Racing Together

"Do you remember your first round together. Once you've got the chair and all of the proper equipment in place for you to train together what were your first runs together. Like our first one park and it was one of those weird days in atlanta on february where it was just perfect. Whether you know it was like sixties low seventy something like that and it was just it. it fell. you know we had done all these different things. We had done the wheelchair soccer. We had done the. We had done the modified sports in the backyard. But this for whatever reason just felt different felt like we were both going in the same direction at the same time So it was just it was. It was a lot of fun and we were already at an age. Where maybe you're not hanging out with your siblings like that. You're not competing together anymore and here. We were at in our twenties getting ready to tackle these huge goals that we had never thought of and what about the physical component. What was it like. For each of you brent. What was it like pushing a chair. Because it's very different than say pushing a stroller. Like i'm i'm a mother. I have a two year old and running with her a stroller. Like i'm i'm very weak. I do my best. But like i hit a slight incline and on my coo. Get out and walk. Andy like it. It's hard and so for you brenton. Obviously you're you're in incredible shape with a twelve hour iron man but tell me about the adjustment to running with the and then kyle. I wanna hear about from your perspective. What it was like to By the way. I'd rather push kyle than my three year. Old strollers are not. They're not like pushing. Kyle like we're in this now. But the original chair we had was basically an adult jogger or an adult stroller so is meant to hold somebody up to two hundred fifty pounds and so was very similar. My arms were kind of locked out there long and my back would get really sore in my last. I just. I would be really sore. Because i've lost that arm swing and you know we eventually got better equipment but even then you don't get the extra stuff that a normal runner does again. You're not swinging your arms. You don't have that extra motion so you're you're kind of just stuck right behind the chair and then of course there's the just the sheer weight of it There are parts. that are easier and also scarier. I mean the first ten k we did was downhill ten k And it's at the. Time was the fastest that i had ever run a ten k because it was all i could do to hang onto that chair as kyle's wait in the three wheels pulled me straight down at the bottom of the

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What if Earth Spun 10 Times Faster?

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:49 min | 3 months ago

What if Earth Spun 10 Times Faster?

"What if earth spun ten times faster. I'm pretty sure we didn't earthy question last week. i think we did. Is continent connected. It was well still even though we did that. One just before it had been a while before that what it feels like we haven't done many earthy questions i know feels like a long time to him. Maybe one week is too long for me to not do a question about earth. Marcus herbal object permanence. If i don't see the earth how do i know it exists then. Sincere being snarky bathroom. Why don't you start us when i get so. I looked into obviously the spain. Ten times faster. That's going to change. How long are days and nights are. We're looking to try before before you get too far into it. We just one note. Yes our parameters here. We're basically saying that. The earth is always spinning ten times. Faster not just immediately starting to go ten times faster like an overnight thing to despise of nobody if the earth suddenly started moving ten times faster it is an absolute catastrophic accompany of earthquakes. You know ridiculous strong hurricanes and things Everyone just dies before anything interesting happens. That isn't just immediately apparent of why you don't drastically changed of planets and benz shorter day night cycle really doesn't matter at all. It does not sure does one real short day. No one will be there for the night. So that's the only thing. I want to add before you jump in bed but go ahead. Yes so the first question is you know what are our current days. Like around around the world. So it varies based on where you are in relation to the equator. If you're the equator your days are around twelve hours long all year long. I should look a city in. Ecuador called Kito or i'm not sure which is about sixteen miles south of the equator. And they're the the daytime. Was you know it was from from like twelve hours and five minutes to twelve hours. Eight-match minutes year round. You know so pretty constant twelve hour day tomorrow night for us. We're all around boston on this. Podcast it does fluctuate based on the season so as we're recording this. We're actually just coming up on the summer solstice which is june twentieth. It's obviously already passed listening to this. But on the solstice which is the day where the day is longest shortest The sunrises five of seven. Am sunsets eight twenty four pm. So the daytime is about fifteen quarter hours around sixty four percent of the day on the contrary the winter solstice which is in december december. Twenty first it's kind of the inverse so sunset is our sunrise seven ten. Am sunsets four fourteen pm. so daytime. it's only about nine hours. It's about thirty eight percent of the day so obviously if you have ten times faster days you're going to have started ten times faster rotation of earth. You're going to have days their tenth as long.

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Argentina: 7 Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Maradona Death

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Argentina: 7 Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Maradona Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting seven people have been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Diego Maradona seven health professionals have been charged in Argentina with involuntary manslaughter in the death of soccer legend Diego Maradona late last year I don't know died November twenty fifth of a heart attack two weeks after undergoing brain surgery he was sixty prosecutors received the medical board report this month that concluded my daughter was in agony for more than twelve hours did not receive adequate treatment and could still be alive if he had been properly hospitalized the charges were filed against the two leaders of Maidana's medical team and five other health professionals hi Mike Rossi out

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Michael Wilbon on Basketball Hall of Fame Weekend

ESPN Daily

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Michael Wilbon on Basketball Hall of Fame Weekend

"Late on sunday night and of the many differences between you and tony kornheiser who goes to bed before nine. Thirty your ability to thrive in the evening that might be. The biggest distinction might be more similar than people know. We're willing to admit a public. But yeah i don't i don't get goin' get two or three o'clock in the afternoon as you already. Yes so when you get going in two or three o'clock and you live out twelve hour just a twelve hour day you've got gotta go to two or three o'clock in the morning. Tony starts at four o'clock in the morning. There's nowhere to go where we go with that. Getting up at four is the craziest thing ever well where he is not going. Mike as of yet at least is where you just were over the weekend because user are officially a member of the basketball hall of fame. You just got back from your induction so allow me to be is at the nine th person the ten millionth person to tell you. Congratulations can i get in at that point in the long wave before. You're waiting for that one. But i will tell you that myself on that level with with hall of fame going to do that vulnerable wanna pulitzer prize. I could lord. That were people. Because that's the industry man and that's our ultimate hall of fame and i ain't gonna win windows' there are people who win this weekend. I mean i stood After the speech and i looked out there and people are getting a standing ovation yulia serving. And it's charles in it's magic johnson. Like like that's not a reverse situation and mike tyson. Mike is that

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How A Tiny Dog Helped Me Find My Way

Does This Happen to You

02:16 min | 4 months ago

How A Tiny Dog Helped Me Find My Way

"My dog's name is pepper. And i got him in the spring of two thousand six which is also the year. Both my parents had cancer. I was almost old enough to rent a car. But not quite. I lived at home with my parents. Well i lived with my dad most of that year because my mom was receiving cancer care out of state but more on that later. My dad also had parkinson's disease. I had graduated college three years before and in the inbetween time. I'm not sure exactly what i did. Other than quitting law school after six weeks checking out books from the library and surfing the internet which must have been boring. Because i probably had a super slow connection and there was no twitter. I also started working at a tennis club. Maybe ten to twelve hours a week. I was existing. But i didn't have anything close to a clear direction. Then my mom got diagnosed with a serious type of cancer. My dad got diagnosed with a less serious type and everything suddenly felt super dark. Like hell the florida skies become ferociously black when the massive summer thunderstorms descend. I don't remember what was going through my head during that time. I didn't keep a journal. And the only thing i'm good at remembering is random sports stuff but it seems likely. I felt scared and isolated while my mom was away undergoing multiple surgeries my dad and i- cohabitated in our traditional fashion. We mostly kept to our respective of the house and bumped into each other at mealtimes and when he wanted me to drive him to lows or the driving range so maybe. It's not so surprising that i decided i needed a dog to keep me. Company the chihuahua. All my parents got me. When i was five had died three or four years before so naturally the only type of dog i considered getting was a chihuahua

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Oils for Singers and the Belly Button Method

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Oils for Singers and the Belly Button Method

"I'm here with danielle. So lawf- who is a portrait photographer in the philadelphia area and vocal performer. She has a passion for making people comfortable in front of the camera as well as for education in natural solutions in health and wellness. She is happily married to her. Best friend matt has to amazing daughters and a for baby. Named duncan danielle. Welcome to the show. How are you. I am well. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. I'm excited to. We're going to go into some fun places today in this conversation so when you were first introduced to essential oils. Did you ever think like what the heck is essential oils have to do is photography. Yeah i certainly did. But i quickly learned what how. They could be incorporated into photography as a photographer. You're constantly lugging around very heavy equipment. I have two herniated disks in my back from from that. And i've quickly learned how oils can help with pain. Discomfort from you. Know lugging the camera equipment around all day So i have used a cd. Bomb hanaway blend. And it's you know for my back and any sore. You know your neck if you're shooting a wedding which i don't really do as much anymore but you're on your feet for twelve hours. And you're lugging around camera equipment all day and some of those oils are life changing in that situation. I'm also a newborn photographer So i will very often diffuse lavender during a session for the bbc because we know they love it. I also gift my newborn moms seedlings products as a thank. You

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"twelve hour" Discussed on As UnFake As It Gets

As UnFake As It Gets

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on As UnFake As It Gets

"Big samba. That sounds bad. But it's not for me definitely didn't have nick nikki Podcast package professor in. Mind when you made that Dams running for me goodbye. Depreciate gotta who fucking please bring up songs named pleased vic mensa put his own net dude and a why yale he project. I thought i thought he might be. I'm just looking at single came up. I got yeah. I like this when it was. It was pretty cool. Man had the president's another twelve hour shift during the press as you termi look so good on job anita lonesome conway twitty. Maybe top bottom foot sipping a liaison dance. You.

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North Korean hackers target security researchers

Cyber Security Headlines

02:28 min | 6 months ago

North Korean hackers target security researchers

"North korean hackers targeting security researchers. Google threatened houses group. One that north korean government sponsored hackers are again targeting security researchers on social media something previously seen back in january. The attackers use fake twitter and lincoln. Social media accounts and of set up a fake website for the company securely climbing to offer offensive security services site hasn't yet been set up to deliver malicious content but has been edited. Google safe browsing as a precaution with known fake profiles reported by google and now removed the similar effort. Back in january attempted to install back doors into security researchers machines using zero day vulnerabilities and says it's likely the group has news zero days to exploit if they're trying the approach again report details data sent from mobile operating systems professor. Douglas j. life from trinity college at the university of dublin published a report looking at the telemetry data sent by an android devices on the os level. Finding that both os has sent data even opting out and not logged in. I m hardware serial numbers cookies and ip addresses. Were among the information sent with iowa sending some location data although up more data overall roughly one megabyte every twelve hours compared to fifty two kilobytes on both platforms transmitted data. Roughly every four point five minutes in response to the findings apple said the report misunderstands. How personal location data is protected. Google disputed the papers methodology and said it will release public documentation on the telemetry data. Collected does have the resources to succeed. Congress created the cyber security and infrastructure security agency inside the department of homeland security roughly two years ago in the wake of russian interference in the twenty sixteen election dedicated to focusing defensive cybersecurity. However recent interviews with current and former staff by politico found the roughly two thousand person agency maybe to stretch recovering from recent high profile breaches to prepare for future ones. The agency already had its hands. Full helping state and local election officials protect their systems ahead of the twenty twenty election before the solomons supply chain attack and recent microsoft exchange server. Exploits came to light. Current staffers report being somewhat exhausted with not enough personnel to fill out threat hunting. An incident response teams staffers. Acc is able to largely meet the security needs of other federal agencies but is struggling to provide support to private sector infrastructure companies. Still staff reports morale remains generally high with confidence a can fulfill its mission an energized by recent political appointees to dhs

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Monday’s blaze uprooted more than 45,000 mostly ethnic Rohingya

UN News

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Monday’s blaze uprooted more than 45,000 mostly ethnic Rohingya

"The reindeer refugees who lost everything in a massive at a camp in southern bangladesh. Need the world support more than ever. That's the message from the. Us emergency relief. Chief mark lowcock his released fourteen million dollars from a central fund to support thousands of families that coupon camp in southern bangladesh. Monday's blaze up rooted more than forty. Five thousand mostly ethnic ringer. The cause of the fire is still unknown. As is the exact number of casualties at the camp. You in children's fund spokesperson. James elder told you a news shortly after the blaze was brought under control u. n. team on the ground have been reporting. I've the last twelve hours that they have not really seen anything at the scale and intensity that has ripped through homes. You've got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you end reporting at the moment that at least fifteen people dead four hundred missing tens of thousands so again already living a very difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they call their homes. And what have a mega positions. They had a statement on thursday. Mr lowcock described the refugees who fled what top officials of liken to ethnic cleansing in myanmar. In two thousand seventeen as one of the world's most vulnerable communities they need our support now more than ever as the covid nineteen pandemic continues to take its toll and with the approaching monsoon season. The un emergency relief coordinator explained.

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Fire At Rohingya Refugee Camp Leaves Hundreds Missing, Thousands Homeless

UN News

02:36 min | 6 months ago

Fire At Rohingya Refugee Camp Leaves Hundreds Missing, Thousands Homeless

"At least fifteen. People have died in a massive fire at refugee camp in southern bangladesh. Home mainly to ruin this fled neighbouring myanmar. In four hundred are still missing. That's the latest on tuesday from u. n. teams in refugee volunteers on the ground at cox's bazar. We need to rebuild quickly ahead of the upcoming monsoon. Is you in children's fund spokesperson. James tells you a news. Daniel johnson what we know the mum. It is Across an area that really is the largest settlement for refugees planet. Life is already very difficult based on the intensity the lack of space which they leave and there's been a fire like yesterday bangladesh. Tom literally his ripped through what is arena refugee camp now. Un teams on the ground have been reporting. I've the last twelve hours not really ever seen anything of this scale and intensity that has through homes. What you've got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you end reporting at the moment that at least fifteen people dead full hundred a missing tens of thousands of again already living a very difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they call their homes and whatever meager positions they had so it's a disaster it's unfolding. It really looked like despite all the efforts to bring it under control the fire it continued to ride for the camps and it really any slowed once it reached my in roads and water bodies. Do you know what started the fire. Nobody there is no clarity at the moment there. Typical those in charge of looking into the investigation and causes and so on doing that right now and they say no from word on on cause of the fire. But you've got ten people up to ten people living in each shelter mainly women and children. I understand yeah. The thing with the camp saw that we are talking about. I mean almost half a meter. At least four hundred and fifty thousand ringgit children are in those camps they making up just over one into now again a staggering numbers but that's four hundred and fifty thousand children who already living very difficult circumstances or went through horrendous circumstances to have to move in the first place at really is to make things much worse for children from a unicef point of view what we try to do with these kids. Don't just about helped back saying it's about learning centers unfortunately we many of those learning santa's of burnt to the ground. So you for all these kids who enjoyed son much indicted i live is unimaginably hod just a bit

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UN teams assisting tens of thousands of refugees, after massive fire rips through camp in Bangladesh

UN News

01:38 min | 6 months ago

UN teams assisting tens of thousands of refugees, after massive fire rips through camp in Bangladesh

"The un and partners are rushing to help forty five thousand people who've lost everything in a massive fire in cox's bazar refugee camp bangladesh. The majority women and children will than nine thousand shelters housing up to ten people with damaged in the blaze. While the un migration agency iowa said that its largest health clinic in the vast complex had been destroyed in the blaze. The cause of the fire is still unknown. As is the exact number of casualties at the camp. Which is home to hundreds of thousands of people who fled persecution in myanmar in twenty seventeen. Here's you and children's fund spokesperson james elder. Un teams on the ground have been reporting the last of twelve hours. They've not really ever seen anything of the scale and intensity that has ripped through harms. You've often got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you in reporting the moment that at least fifteen people dead full hundred missing tens of thousands who again were already living a difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they called their homes and whatever meager possessions they had ranga volunteers and un teams worked through the night to respond to the most immediate needs of victims. Assistance includes shelter. Kits that will allow people to begin to rebuild their homes as well as emergency items including blankets solar lights mosquito nets and jerry cans with the start of the monsoon looming. Rebuilding is critical. Iom said it needs at least twenty million dollars to respond to most urgent needs which include helping people to reconstruct monsoon proof shelters emergency latrines and the destroyed health facility.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO

"And sometimes you want to speed up that process you get frustrated you can get angry you know all those different emotions and you know the one thing I had to do was gonna reset my mind set in in sit there and say okay now was it how do we get better today you know the next twelve hours what can we focus on what can we control because you know those guys are young kids are learning and we got to that but we got to do you know we gotta teach better we got a coach a better get motivated better in and they're going to make mistakes and you know they're not seniors they're not three years into the organization and and so you just you got to kind of you know grin and bear it a little bit it's been very hard for me but they're learning they've had great attitudes and we've seen some improvement but you know you don't go from eighty to be you know in a in a you know it in a second you know the right times it takes time everybody learns differently but I feel good and in the direction that we're going to talk about focusing on the twelve hours and and how can you be your best in those twelve hours I mean you you play the gods Aggie game and then you can get lost in all things like well what's this dude bracketology yeah well what's this mean and marginalize the pet but that's not going to help you get out there and and when the next day in Iraq this one was what you're saying the next twelve hours in in whatever you're Simon yeah I think you know that's goes back to you know learn enough done a really good job I feel the last couple years just focusing on how do we get the T. better every day and staying away from what they're saying or via social media whatever it is and just focus on the on the important things but you can't get caught up in the in those types of things of somebody that knowledge is a more talks about in those things just and that be distractions because you can't control it you know the only thing that you control is you know how our attitudes or how much energy we get it and you know be ready to be a professional every day that you know wake up every morning for about twelve hours and that's what we're trying to preach every day all right well one distraction this kind of a good news thing distraction for the husky basketball team last week was as a store was packed all freshman of the week is out.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Kept couple takeover as the number one golfer in the world. Supplanting dustin. Johnson kept the two shot win over Johnson Sunday to win the PGA championship for a second straight year kept good dominated the first three rounds of the tournament, a seven shot lead into Sunday's final round of Bethpage Black, but KEPCO made it interesting for over seventy four on Sunday, including four straight bogeys on the back. Nine after sweating out the win. He's down with our Tom Rinaldi books. Congratulations. Everybody says they want the lead. What's the challenge in having it as your today? It's different. It's a spot an urban into. I mean I had it the day before, but it's a lot different on Sunday. That's why you build L E. That's why you play so well Thursday through Saturday. You want to build a little bit Kochan in case you screw up. It's clear what you had to win today. But if you're honest, what did you have to lose a lot to lose? Do you wanna talk about? Hey, no one's ever lost a major championships seven shall lead. I've heard that all about. Twelve hours. My chatty, I said to my coach today it was pretty funny. They just told me when we were back there is. We're gonna make history history one way or another the four bogeys role walking off the fourteenth. What's the self talk in your head being honest? Disappointed. I was pissed off. I was upset, and then all of a sudden, I heard a bunch of DJ chants. And when I heard TJ chance going on it was the best thing to happen to me, why it kind of builds a little bit of chip on my shoulder that we've always talked about that something, you know, you got to find something and the minute walked and a half to fifteen team. All right. I see where we're at I see what I'm up against and proved the fans. Steve grant the whole of the Wanamaker trophy a year ago. And he's Glenn go. When the putt dropped on eighteenth. How would you describe your reaction? I don't know. It was it was something I've never felt I've never felt that excited. I've never felt that much determination to try to get it done for the first time I felt like I really had to truly fight and battle for what was from major championship when I saw that paiko in. It was just all the emotions from those four bogeys in a row to here, and everybody Chan TJ to all the work. I've put in over the years and to get into that different category of four major championships. It's very gratifying. Four majors at twenty nine years old. What do you think when you hear that? Funny about it. Yeah. I mean I didn't really think. He'd asked me four years ago. I wasn't even sure that this was possible. I figured out. I can do it winning conflicts. On a little bit. I guess you could say in the last couple of years, and it's done nothing but my confidence and feel like no, hey, I'm one of the best. I can I can play this game play really well. And on the big stage go.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on WTRH

"So I'm not thinking that now I confronted him about not having clear boundaries in this relationship friendship. It would seem friends, but I'm really nothing life input to see say when you've confronted him in that bane. It makes fun of me. That would be true. If it were true or not. I mean sounds like that is who he is. He does not take. He does not own any responsibility on his dart. It's always going to be your fault, or you're crazy or your, you know, how could you think XYZ, but that is standard language? For those who are who are unfaithful. But my and so if you are confident that it's not this situation. Let's talk about what your choices are. And you're saying you want to be I'm hearing that you won't you care. You want to be biblical is that correct? Okay. I want you to think of this. Let's say all of a sudden. Something to happen. And he was deceased got hit by. By car. He's a horrible crash, and he is deceased. Now. How are you going to live your life? What will be your focus? As a woman, you are how old right now. Thirty nine two good age. Good age because you've got so much better. All kinds of opportunities for the future. Your mother of three young children. So help me understand. And I know you are indicating you work shifts like twelve hour shifts is that like as a nursing capacity or in the medical field, or is this an entirely different arena. You are a physician you are are in the medical field. Okay. By the way. How do you like your work? I don't like it is it the is it the profession you don't lie or the focus of your you being a certain type of physician or you don't like it because of the environment. What is the reason why you don't like being a physician? No, I love being what I wanted to be. I I don't I I I am. I am with. All this household. Been the primary breadwinner, very long. Bye. Yes. That. When I met him. I was actually my with because to to have. Family.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on WTRH

"Thing as the child just. Pick up. Our less argument, if my mom mom subtle kids stores. Should be gone for a week next week. I told him about this a month ago. I said, you know, mom is going to be. I am working twelve hour shifts working those days help. So I went and I just schedule only it's a today's. Would work today that we four. Yes. Had this big about just picking up the kids and dropping and I said well. Wait. One a tip of the time. I don't understand why. You can do it Pelevic this. So I I am so straight it. I am frustrated. Yes. So. I will ask just some questions that I would be asking anyone anyway. And that would be in this situation. Has there been any infidelity with anyone either? One of you. Okay. I actually expected you to say that because I was but has there been any physical abuse? Okay. So what? Typical reasons are when people say I can't take it anymore. A love times. It's actually not physical. Not a marital faithfulness. It can be verbal an emotional abuse. It can be literally not being aligned in purpose where there's a total disconnect. And I'm hearing that more. Where you feel you are in. What ways are you aligned what kind of foundation? Do the two of you have or at one time did the two of you have. Play. His. Holidays. I saw the time. I may.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Working twelve hour shifts six days a week trying to make ends meet the guys working a lot harder than me. He just didn't solve in very important problems. A lot of people can do what he can do with a minimal amount of training. He hasn't figured out a way to make his hard work pay off by solving or attacking bigger problems. He doesn't have the education or the human capital, the store of knowledge and resources necessary to do more with his labor. He hasn't figured out how to compound his labor and to be able to multiply his multiply his income doing the same amount of work to most people trade time for dollars. They just simply go in. And they worked twelve hours a day, and they're paid a flat fee for that ten hours a day. This is what I'm paid hourly wage they trade their time for a paycheck. Once you figure out how to multiply your time. How can I do one thing and have it produced me revenue over and over and over and over again without having to put in any new capital or any new time or or resources, that's the trick. Once you can figure out how to do that. Then you can become wealthy one of the ways you multiply times by hiring other people if you are distracted with all of the things that you need to do in your life. You are never going to be able to accomplish what you want. So for example, do you clean your own house? Do you wash your own car? Do you mow your own lawn? Do you cook your own meals? See this is the crazy thing is that what is it cost have somebody clean your house once a week say hundred bucks hundred fifty bucks on on where you live for me. It's around one hundred fifty.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO

"Twelve hour shifts to keep the city running the snow isn't the only reason that King County metro is restricting buses to snow routes on Monday. And Tuesday spokesperson Jeff Sweitzer says the fleet faces extra maintenance challenges, but we have to get stuck or some of those chains come loose wrap around the axel. It means that our crews have to find a way to repair that. But they're also trying to find time to do that at the same time that they're trying to chain up the fleet the emergency snow network services, sixty at the most utilized bustling. Lines to find that list? Go to King County dot gov slash metro the weather has made travelling to and from our area, pretty tricky. Whether it's by ground or air. Komo's Ryan Harris checked in with seatac airport for the latest the top advice from the porta. Seattle's Peter McGraw is to call your airline before you head to seatac to make sure snow hasn't cancelled your flight. Also, keep yourself plenty of time bar airport, though is open and operating. We've had crews working around the clock. They've been the icing runways taxiways ramp areas in and around the gates in the cargo area at the adjacent airport roadways. There's also plenty of equipment to d is planes, but McGraw says whether it's too nasty out there for pilots to see is the big thing airlines look at before they decide whether to cancel your flight, snow and ice haven't stopped the flow of goods in and out of the port. But McGraw says well truck drivers are used to changing conditions. They depend on their local transportation department partners to keep the roads clear, which is critical to keeping. Mm shells at your local store stocked. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Hundreds gathered at a parking Tacoma yesterday. For a giant snowball. Fight afterwards. Spread on social media several inches of snow since Friday. Stacey Stephen says. She posted a sunshine in hopes a crowd which show..

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"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO

"Most part, it is compact snow and ice unless you have all wheel drive or four wheel drive or front wheel drive and have the experience I would even attempt to come to downtown. It's not a day to be out and taking the family for a scenic ride is just too dangerous with the coming snow continues to fall in many areas tomorrow as we mentioned the cloudy condition, but still cold it'll still be icy. If you wonder about ski areas, all of them are open. They understand that the challenge to get to them. But some of you do have the winter skills to get up there. You're pretty much. We'll have the mountain to yourself. It'll be better tomorrow as we won't be dealing with so much snow avalanche controls expected from out and passes like I ninety. It's no Kwami also at highway two at Stevens checking with their websites. You can see for most of today. It's been changed required. If not at least for the big rigs with traction required on all vehicles as they contain. Can you to get snow power outages expected as you can imagine with the snow as it gets heavy on the power wires or on tree branches? And it freezes and the temperatures we're gonna get tonight. You are going to have the fuel for many power outages around the northwest. If you do get a power outage do not call nine one one call the nonemergency number or better, yet get to the utility website for your area. Chances are about the before you do their crews are going pretty much twelve hour shifts all through the weekend for that matter for the days ahead because of all the cold weather. Also, reminder snows loading up at many marinas, we've seen how the roofs will give way with the snow getting too heavy keep that in mind if you've got a crew that can clear off the roof or the nearest of self storage. You might have some roofs that just can't handle all that weight team coverage continues. You're listening to KOMO radio. When winter weather strikes. Komo news. Has you covered the latest live. My goodness. It is a challenge the wind blowing the snow sideways. Forecasts traffic every ten minutes on the force before during after the storm. This is KOMO news..

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"twelve hour" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on KFC Radio

"That's where I think it's it could probably like it'll start. And then I think. And this is where it's sad because I do think it's for a lot of girls, and probably maybe versus those it goes the other way, I think it's about basically like checking the box, and like making sure usually give him what he wants what it needs. So I think women want need to they do. But I do think that there is some truth to the stereotype of like guys are gonna wanna fuck more. I I don't I. Yeah. I've I'm sure there is 'cause I do agree. I think service learn largely based in truth like stereotypical jokes. Like come from somewhere. Right. There's a reason why I think it's somewhere more in the middle where there's plenty of girls who want to have sex as well. But I I also I mean, there is just something that happens when you put the ring on something happens, and when you have kids it just something else happens and all of a sudden, and again, we're talking about on healthy situations. But it's just like who is this person. Because I did not sign up for that. You know? So at that point, I feel like if you like if you just like throw your guy Abon. Own and fuck him like once a week at least he'll he'll just be like see I'm been sexier. Okay. Like, I have when I have sex. I have sex like five times at night. Isn't that twelve hour span? But that's a that's a product of like a lot of times. I feel like it's like us specifically they'll have somebody visiting or or it's like you're not going to see them for a little while if you were like living with someone or seeing. See that's why I've never lived with any. You can't keep that pace up. Right. Right. Right. I can't I can't I walked funny for a week. I'm like, oh, my I can't cross my legs because my fucking gluts her who's fucking who. I said gluts knots finger. I clinched the gluts. That's how you trust. In the beginning, you you'll have those binges you'll have those marathons, and it's a pretty steady thing. And then when you start living together is just not it's only natural. And this is why monogamy is a fucking sham. It's just because both people eventually just like I don't really wanna fuck that dick again wanna fuck that vagina again. But I feel like. I remember at barstool. There would always be a moment where I'd be like fucking. I'm done with this. I don't like this place. I'm gonna look elsewhere. And I get an Email from Dave. And he'd be like all right. Like you. You know, here's like a little bit more money. Here's a raise my big. Okay. All right, fine. Resets the clock. I feel like you're on like a week long drought. And you're like God damn it is driving crazy. And then like that Thursday night. She fucks you and it just resets the clock. And by next Thursday, you're like angry again, and she's like, all right? I'll blow ya. And it's like, okay. I think that's enough to like the the minimum to keep your guy like not breaking up with you or not cheating. I'm going to defer to you. I don't I what is that salad. You does that sound like way too. Or you like oh shit is. I'm going to have only I know. I don't I don't plan anything in my entire life. So I don't really know. I haven't been like if I told you that you're gonna you're gonna fuck like once a week after a little while. Would you be like damn that sucks or you like, okay, I could deal with that. I could could probably deal with it. I don't I don't know. I I have a sex. Lame. I say that but you said it deprived of so lame. I'm sex more than but like I have is a proud of on average. I'm weekly average. Yes..

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"twelve hour" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Late Night Parents

"Right. That's a plan. That's I'm I'm doing twelve hour day because I've seen something down the road versus just doing twelve hour days that you know, let's say WalMart and not having a plan for what happens after your twelve hour days. So instead you drink or get high or, you know, you just bum it up, and you and. In five years, which is gonna come here. You know, eventually whether you wanted to not and the only way it's not coming for you is if you're not here, what are you gonna do in five years where you're gonna be in five years? And this is this is what we don't tell people. We just tell them. The just perpetually stay in the mind worked for Disney in the mind. And maybe you know, Disney will. Put you up in some tower on some corner office. I know when I tell I tell my kids all the time, you know, I, you know, will not for my son yet, then I'll pass the book down. I got got my daughter. Don't sweat the small stuff book, right right hand, you know, stressing out about school about this wish you're going to go to college or she's going to go ahead and military. She's like, I'm leading toward the military. But I want to also look at schools, and I gotta make sure as AT's Teas and. and I'm so stressed about 'em like stop stunk. Yeah. Because I said that the key thing about was will it matter in the year. What little situation you're dealing with?.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Cadence of his language changed his everything about him changed and he was in constant communication with the other inmates especially the black inmates and real in the real inmates and they all knew him yet or at least with them at the when the skype in the other day they were all excited to talk to him there was a relationship that was formed and it was very hard for him because he felt very deeply think for him and i think it was very hard for him to figure out where the boundaries are you went really deep yeah i mean to take just speaking from an actress perspective you know i'm a little bit jealous and also you know it's really a big challenge to take on you're working with men that are not leaving these walls ever so there's no hollywood will shit there's no faking anything with these guys not to intend that there was a hostile environment but you know i think that was probably lending itself to just how real you have to be because again i'll go back and say this is a real prison film there is no you will cain wolfgang can't move a wall to get a shot that he wants and i really think that's the again is synchronicity to make such a unique found actually actually reminded me i don't think i told you this will game but the the thing of all of us being so inspired by the truth like jeffrey is actually said to me a few months ago he's like oh i love wolfgang like he walks into a white room with nothing in it maybe there's a chair and he's like oh this is great this is going to be so great i know we got the tallest is perfect as long as i can turn off the lights actually didn't like the movie on we had we had lights with us which we had a crew of three in the mining department and we moved lights around from location of occasion dutifully employee the only thing we used bounce board and then a couple of old fluorescent that font on my basement that we taped up and then mike michael the production design brought in a couple of little lights in the cell which ones we turned on and off with change the mood drastically sold at a light in that unbelievable yeah well it's so the prison was clearly very open like astonishingly open to what you needed to do even though you didn't set things as you might have in a typical narrative but they're still must have been a lot of like road blogs or production things like even more than on any production where things go in a way you didn't expect like even something like a like a lockdown or like what kinds of what kind of room you know an hour per day in may our getting out of going through security really minimal stuff that is very time consuming you know just with sag there's twelve hour workdays that you have to meet and if not you gotta call it so we i think could write a novel on how many no sell wrong no cigarettes no money no money it's like going into the high intensity airport every morning every piece that you have on your get scrutinized a pencil everything could become a weapon you can't take anything so you're going to a full check each morning and when you go out you have to make sure you bring the stuff out that you bring in i think it's like worth noting that nothing happened and if you think about it nothing there's nothing dangerous there is nothing smuggled there's nobody that was threatened there is no i mean and we you know this isn't to say that it's not a scary environment in many respects it's extremely tense being inside a prison and you know you're walking through the cell house and you're walking past dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens of men in cages that's a very strange experience to be having and you're an outsider and you're coming in it's very real you know but at the same time we worked with about one hundred fifty men many days it would be the crew and a hundred guys just roaming around the yard or the gym or the chow hall waiting to shoot for an entire day and that's one hundred and fifty men in a random prison you know in a random state in our country so think about that like think.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"You're trying to accomplish but if you're trying to have a good time eat some good food and score some points get noticed a little bit you don't want to bring hamburgers or hotdogs you wanna bring exotic sausages if you're the guy who breaks out the ostrich sausages everybody is going to be talking to you you know while you're eating they going to be talking to you about the exotic his while you're eating what they brought to the cook no no no no i get it every single trauma authored sawsan and you you wanna trade these you wanna let me get a limited at i don't has first of all if cow you would enjoy it i mean you're a very picky man but here's the thing about all we're talking about starting a conversation here making friends ukraine ostrich sausages kangaroo sausages i'm probably getting into like endangered species at some point appropriately raised exotic sausages not illegal trade what's going to happen is people are going to want to try it and you bring enough for everybody to try it and next thing you know people are like oh link ostrich sausage man and there's a lot of work out what i want to be known for there's a lot worse things to be known for other than ostrich sausage man mutate right now my answer was dealt eggs okay i mean it's i'm assuming with cookouts like they got like the meats covered but if it's bring your own meat i okay i'll go with you because that's it is is a is a fun little thing that you're doing here for everybody everybody gets it tastes a little bit ostrich yep but deviled eggs especially in a cookout environment are perfect because their room temperature or warmer you go to a restaurant you order a deviled egg it's gonna come they've made it a long time ago and it's been refrigerated and that's not sometimes not always that's not good the best place to eat a devil day is is when aunt slough cinder pulls the saran wrap off a plate or two of her homemade deviled eggs and she made that noise or does the plastic memphis plastic does it it kisses the reminder of the okay i love deviled eggs the yellow you brought deviled eggs to cookout i'd be happier than if you brought ostrich sausages here's the problem with deviled eggs the next day fartsy somebody gets sick oh somebody people get sick they're going to even who to blame that are they going to blame they're going to be able to man the devil if you bring deviled eggs they have an anybody his legs the blame falls on you i mean you got eddie over there cooking the chicken breasts and not cooking and all the way into all the way to the bone what internal temperature is sausage for witness ostrich does it need to be nobody knows that they're still going to blame thanks katie katie ritchie her name is actually kate ritchie he's got a jeep i see that sounds like we're having a sexist reaction a free meal jeep well what we were doing know what and why were we say in i was like that's cool it because every other icon on here's your somebody's face it's a jeep you're sexist for thinking we had a sexist reaction that's true but i'm not sexist i just want to say that you're not helping kate richie i'm going on vacation with my best friend near the end of summer okay cool what should we do during the twelve hour car ride to make it extra enjoyable.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

Top Down Perspective

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

"I think that places cooler at night with all the lights and stuff yeah i mean we were there for the whole day for like twelve hour and i was exhausted and didn't allow ever want to go to that place that place is not the busiest place but there's definitely a lot of shit to do their a lot of pachinko and yes i did lower co nami pitching go in like every parlor we went in no no the close the one i found that is like yeah all right that's kind of was a resident evil revelations one machine but like it was on the four dollar floor and i was like i'm not spending four hundred yen per play that's fucking ridiculous did you play any pachinko when i was there i did not i didn't because i couldn't find any of the machines i wanted yeah if i had found silent hill or specifically snaky i absolutely would have and i was looking pretty hard for them and that was kind of a whole task by itself because all those stupid pachinko parlors are like kinda right beside each other so there was just a lot of walking around in smoky crappy loud super loud yeah super loud yeah other than that that day was pretty much just getting a feel for the city and getting around and try and some food and stuff like that and nothing too special we went to a lot of arcades and.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Enjoyable and spiritual experience playing full and put together completion for ace cold before which is originals of songs for covered so put fewer those in a few things in the folded ripped off which just very little bit quite weird things like highground pie stevie wonder for instance which you wouldn't expect it for that is called grab with taking that since thing spinal tap it's not i'm going to rocky tonight which they ripped off athlete cured on the friends experiment is a few other so actually there was a he wasn't just wall to wall drunk man shouting but yes so of transcendent experience of teaching for seven and a half hours hours well i said it was going to do it was like sunday afternoon things i started by three o'clock the idea was i was gonna about nine but then at nine o'clock the bombers that wouldn't carry on a few for can push the hour and a half and then there was still a handful of people who so gathering carry on carry on i can't think of any to end the set with so it's going to stop it was going to end with tranquil immortality seems appropriate then i play that and they said carry on carry on so then how they need to shake this call and i finished with clear off which even also yes i can't think of another one to talk that so she can stop now but but i enjoyed the experience i idea of attempting of ten or twelve hour dj marathan if anyone to have me.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"And then i realized that he no good the view from the other side of the sheets is really different in how now with when you are the person that's coming close to death in all i am whose hobbling actually really ombu was at a major heart attack or did it seem like you were going to dire yet triple bypass surgery big deal i was teaching retreat for doctors and nurses on compassion and actually i was in the middle i had i started to feel heart pain i denied it as most people do with heart pain in a key mcgann i was leading us meditation on sensing the body actually as it happened and it was just more sensation in the body right was a bypass in my case then i was in ah i was actually in a videoconference with robbed us and the rondos is talking and i find myself getting emotionally irritable i was saying under my breath all robbed us come up be quiet you know you talking too much and the i love him he's a different and there i realise it reminded me of my my wife was giving birth to her first child that them she got emotionally irritable with me and that's what really cute me into the fact that something was wrong so they took me to the hospital and had a heart attack in the emergency room so i was fortune really fortunate but the the the process of going through a surgery big twelve hour surgery and such you know it's it's a massive trauma to the body to go through this kind of surgery and so took a long time for me to heal took several months also because in my case they cut a frantic nerve which is controls the diaphragm mixture lung inflates on my left london inflate for several months so i felt tremendously weak at on i felt pendant after my heart attack i was depressed i was uh.

twelve hour
"twelve hour" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"And then i realized that he no good the view from the other side of the sheets is really different in how now with when you are the person that's coming close to death in all i am whose hobbling actually really ombu was at a major heart attack or did it seem like you were going to dire yet triple bypass surgery big deal i was teaching retreat for doctors and nurses on compassion and actually i was in the middle i had i started to feel heart pain i denied it as most people do with heart pain in a key mcgann i was leading us meditation on sensing the body actually as it happened and it was just more sensation in the body right was a bypass in my case then i was in ah i was actually in a videoconference with robbed us and the rondos is talking and i find myself getting emotionally irritable i was saying under my breath all robbed us come up be quiet you know you talking too much and the i love him he's a different and there i realise it reminded me of my my wife was giving birth to her first child that them she got emotionally irritable with me and that's what really cute me into the fact that something was wrong so they took me to the hospital and had a heart attack in the emergency room so i was fortune really fortunate but the the the process of going through a surgery big twelve hour surgery and such you know it's it's a massive trauma to the body to go through this kind of surgery and so took a long time for me to heal took several months also because in my case they cut a frantic nerve which is controls the diaphragm mixture lung inflates on my left london inflate for several months so i felt tremendously weak at on i felt pendant after my heart attack i was depressed i was uh.

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"twelve hour" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"twelve hour" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"You have to think like the character even when you're not filming and you're like having dinner that night and you're economic and coffee now when i know when i go home i shouted down because i know that's important because they're those twelve hours mieno on saturday are yeah or taxi man there's an eye like yeah you're you're pretending to be a sergeant army a guy with posttraumatic stress who you know a week ago just carried is is buddy down the stairs as he was bleeding down dis choking on his is blood and seven and then at the end nino in he dropped him a little bit down the stairs and and then you're doing a seem remake and pancakes but you're not religious macomb pancakes menu mind is still still more how many old older movies that dealt with similar subjects did you action would like zero i watched zero and now we actually did a moderated qna the other day in this this guy was in the history of film as london seven films that have that of focused on truth focused on that transition home wow yeah and the response that we're getting from vietnam veterans and phnom veterans from this were as been amazing like i've never of never dont'a movie that as really worked is therapy for for people and not just not just posttraumatic stress from the war but you know we've had kids are like teenagers man who have come out afterwards and said that they had the other day tried to try to kill themselves and that watching this marine encina adam him be able to kind of like come out the other side was really helpful to them and these vietnam vets are just coming up to us like.

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