17 Burst results for "Twelve Thirteen Days"
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"To the east coast or vice versa <hes> you know you're leaving the day prior at one in the afternoon or something so you've lost a day and a company's railing at eleven twelve thirteen days off adding a day onto both of your four on both sides four day trip. You really have no time off but being in base. I'm able to pick up extra flying chapel premiums. My company calls it and the lines. I can bid whatever lines i want because i'll just drive in and show up and i don't need to worry about what lines are. Commutable and lines are not really nice just a few <hes> ups and downs of life as neff. Oh now there's a lot of really short flights which is good and bad. <hes> you know you do a lot more work on the ground. You know maybe not getting paid sometimes getting paid pending what phase of flight but you get a lot of repetitions. I mean my first three days on. SO i had fifteen legs five days or five legs a day so that's fifteen takeoffs and landings fifteen pratt chances to set up your FM s. fifteen times ago through all your flows and call outs. It's good and bad. There's a lot of work but you get a lot of practice notice <hes> lynn. We want a small airports. You know small overnights so right now. I'm in watertown new york. <hes> the entire entire terminal is one gate <hes> so it's kind of cool to go these little places. You're probably not going to get to see you know outside of the regional world once you're flying seven eighty seven's can't can't quite fit that normally to eight and a watertown that's like five thousand feet long <hes> so it's good to visit these places get to see these small runway see how they do it out and kind of in the outer reaches as of the FAA environment and the runways are too so you have to be a little bit smarter with you know. What were you wanna pick. <hes> you know working with c. Taff everything else. There's a little bit more room to the new irs fars the PSE is concerned <hes> the downside. I'll says the efficient inefficient trips <hes> today flying into watertown and i got an at ten. AM and i'd been off the whole day. <hes> so you know for anybody who likes to go out and go to a restaurant go see museums great you get all all these little towns but if you wanna fly and build time flying an hour and a half some days is not optimal for you to build up that time to get to your one twenty-one minimums for captain and lastly sleaze the money <hes> it has been pretty good. I'd say <hes> talking to the old guys they all <hes> they were all making fifteen eighteen twenty k. a year and i am making significantly more than that. I'm not making six figures but it's good. I'm comfortable so thank you to all those guys who came before me who pushed for that <hes> because we've been able to enjoy much more comfortable lifestyle well. That's all i have rather than normal sendoff with your uh blue skies and tailwinds. I'm gonna wish you guys three different prayers of pilots. I wish you commuter friendly trips unlimited overtime flying and hotels free breakfast signing off first officer white. CEO excellent <hes> thank you first.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"Tearful my way to work or I feel panicked. All the time. Heart is racing. I can't sleep. Well, had call in sick twice last week in three times this week from work because I just couldn't get out of. Bed couldn't shower. I think if there's ever or we can't socialize we find ourselves making plans than having to cancel them. I just can't do that. If the things that we used to be able to do with ease have become really, really difficult. I think that's is soon as you can notice that in yourself if it's just one thing you had to cancel or a few things. Hopefully, the earlier the better. But that's when you really should consider seeing someone is it. Okay. To like these like this morning. I felt I took all those boxes. Like is that okay to have days like that where you're like wake up Benny league? You know, what I don't really wanna deal with the world today. We days in a row. I mean, I give my patients like a week to maybe almost two weeks before I'm like, that's the problem. I feel like most people have bad days or few bad days. We'll have a stressful week or two, but if it gets passed in my mind, if it gets passed like twelve thirteen days than start to worry because I felt all of us can have like three or four days can feel bad. And that's just kind of part of the been flow of being. Human and having life stressors in your don't worry. You're totally. Okay. More than. I want to circle back to something. We started talking about in the very beginning of this podcast. But we didn't close the thread. And that's what are the main types of therapy that exist right now that you think are have the most scientific support for them. And have you think are really valid? I mean, CB T cognitive behavioral therapy is the one that's easiest for researchers to track. It can be they're easy to track symptoms that way in because that's kind of what they do is like behavioral techniques than how many of these behaviors are still doing that are harmful versus helpful CBT's. Probably the most research supported type of therapy, and then DBT Amish. I'm a huge believer in DBT dialect will behavior therapy. I also believe in a lot of the trauma work like I have a friend of mine who does EM DR, which is I movement. What is it? Why was forget what that's called? But actually have to reference my own book for this. 'cause I forget all the ones that I included 'cause there are quite a few therapies in. Also, tell me the. I don't think that just because you haven't heard of type of therapy that doesn't mean it's not going to help you and just because they're up is tells you that this type of therapy is great doesn't mean that it's gonna work like everybody is going to be different and most therapist pick and choose from different types. I do oughta CB do DVD. But I also have pulled things I've learned over the years. Like, I do a lot of narrative therapy, where Hamid patients told me the stories of times because the more learn about trauma, the Maury realize our brain likes to store stories in. So if you have put into a narrative, it can be easier for them to process, there's exposure therapy. If you struggle with any kind of fear phobe, I think that's a great tool. Those are just off the top of my head the ones that I utilize the most. I mean, you're saying sounds good. They're really just BS therapies out there that just like, you know, like if I go like an sounds like, okay, I'm going to like a line. You're fifty seven shock grow with like my call this. The crystal vibrational frequency therapy of your soul like aren't allowed to call Bs on that late. It's working like something's are actually as even like we can like their placebos. Right. That's why we have science like. But I think the reason that people struggle to rule out things completely because psychologists a social science. It's not always something you can fit. Yeah. You can't like quantitatively look at it. Can't say, oh will this helped these people? They're you know Beck depression scale went down from six, you know, all the way down to one..
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Throughout this holiday season. Larry elder is ringing the bell for the Salvation Army. Please consider a gift this year to a remarkable organization that truly does the most good, go to larryelder dot com and click the online red kettle banner or go directly to team elder dot org. Help Larry accomplishes goal of raising one hundred and fifty thousand dollars by New Year's day. So please go to team elder dot org and give the Larry's online red kettle this Christmas season. Let's help the Salvation Army fight for good. Your your New Year's smarten up. See jackass media in the donkey grant stepping listened smutty Schumer Kirsten Neilsen Stephen Miller and explaining the plight of the seven year old girl Jacqueline the died after being taken into custody. The mandate rancor hundreds of miles really your father was he a Coyote neighbor guardian. Where's the mother man should be charged with Charlie engagement? Trafficking, a minor. He Remillard toll of kids being dropped off at the border. Might be kicking out of war the hospital. The taxpayers pay for their wellbeing. Each gets you back into. Larry take long, but the legal and political trend of vouchers to jump in. And take advantage of the seven year old the tragic death of a little girl who cracked reporter with her father. I I heard of it with a father was very grateful for the effort. They make. To try and save her life hydration. Doc. Healthy the dehydration from several days. Insufficient. Nourishment water took it now a lot of them. Air is inadvertent negligence that takes place. Children all the time. People tried to jump in and make money and political furthering a political and blaming Trump. I think they should look in the mirror. Yes, sir. Hi, larry. I enjoy your show. I wanted to bring up point typically everybody's gonna blame for everything that happens regarding immigration. However, the people that have this border caravan generated out of Oakland had ties wildlife matter, very thorough. Injected with the liberal and down there in Guatemala. People are the people that have. Immigrant on their way in the caravan, and they should be held responsible for ever happen. Triple eight nine hundred one. Nine seven four three Larry elder, relieffactor dot com studio. Can you believe Christmas is just one week today? We're in the final what is it twelve thirteen days of my annual campaign to raise funds for the Salvation Army. So far we've raised fifty two thousand now.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The Nielsen Stephen Miller and explaining the plight of the seven year old girl Jacqueline the died after being taken into custody. Grank your of mile round really your father was he a Coyote a neighbor guardian. Where's the mother man should be charged with Colleen gave? Unique with trafficking of minor. Hillary toll of kids. Is being dropped off at the border. Kicking on war hospital. Back for their wellbeing. Back in the. Trump take long for the legal and political vultures to jump in. And take advantage of the seven year old the tragic death of a little girl who where her father, I heard of it with a father. We're very grateful for the effort to try and save her life. Hydration way back healthy dehydration from several days of nurse water. Now a lot of them. Air is the inadvertent negligence. In effect. Children all the time. Wedding before he tried to jump in and make money and political furthering, a political agenda and blaming Trump. I think. I think they should look in the mirror. Yes, sir. Hi, larry. I enjoy your show. I wanted to bring up point typically everybody's gonna blame for everything that happens regarding the immigration. However, the people that this border caravan that were generated out of Oakland had tied by matter. Very thorough. And it is with the liberal and down there in Guatemala. I mean, people that have. Emigrant on their way in caravan, and they should be held responsible for ever. Triple eight one. Larryelder dot com studio. Can you believe Christmas is just one week today? We're in the final what is it twelve thirteen days of my annual campaign to raise funds for the Salvation Army. So far we've raised fifty.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Hello, everyone and welcome to the slash film cast. I'm David Chen. And you know, usually introduce the guys, and we were totally expecting that. It was just gonna be me and Jeff cannata today. But emerging from the bowels of parenthood defend your heart or is back today. How you doing man Illo? I'm back, I'm surviving. It's it's everything you said, it would be Jeff it is very tiring. Very crazy. We're twelve thirteen days in now with this baby. And I think we'll keep her. She's pretty cool. Soon don't decide to quickly they're still day return policies. So if you're only twelve in, you know. Get an exchange. Yeah. So baby last week. And it sounds like everything went smoothly. Right. No. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was a pretty crazy process. Yep. The whole labor and everything was pretty smooth. And now, the tough part is just like, you know, trying to take care of baby forever. I like you the that battle star galactica episode thirty three where every thirty three minutes, this came you just have to deal with it. You couldn't sleep with the baby. It's basically every two to three hours. So good thing saying that it's a such a great analogy. I love that crazy, and you feel just the same sense of dread and foreboding. I don't know how much you want to say about this. But I feel like we recorded an episode, and you're like, yeah, we're doing today's and like hours after the episode recorded your like we had the baby. I don't know where you must've asked the quickest labor ever I was. It was pretty fast. It turns out. So after the episode we had recorded last. I forget which movie that was a couple of hours later my lips like we should probably go to the hospital now. So the baby waited for the show to end. And I really appreciate her for this very considerate of her. Yeah. Yeah. It was like hours after that episode. It's crazy. It's crazy. I told my wife I was like it's any day now. And then like an hour later. I was like it's there's a now here. She is. Your evening had already peaked with that episode of the podcast. And you're like, oh, my gosh more crazy things are on the way, you know. My worst fear was a baby would want to be born in the middle of the night. And that's exactly what happens. So we had to rush to the hospital with no sleep or anything and just like, you know, try to suffer through that whole process. But it was good overall. It's it's an insane experience. Was there anything that kinda surprised you about the process or that, you weren't antiquated ING and that happened or? Now. I mean, honestly, I know for some people we were lucky, I think our whole labor process we got in around three thirty AM and the baby was born around eleven forty nine AM and between that that seems like longtime. But while you're waiting in the hospital. It's actually not that bad and the actual time. Our doctor was just super great in. He he made my wife like just make it very easy for her to get the baby out and. Yeah, grateful for that entire experience for us was pretty good. I know for a lot of folks, it's it's much harder. So yeah, props for me. The most disorienting thing was like the day to two days afterwards. We are still in the hospital. I don't know how long you guys stayed in the hospital, but it's felt like such disorienting time. And you've got this new thing that's in the room with you. How how did you? How did you feel about that part of it? It was it was pretty crazy. So we had a room. But luckily, our hospitals only like fifteen minutes away from my house. I'll do it actually made more sense..
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I mean, they're not. They're not bringing the gap done. I think it's going to be one of the writers from the breakaway wins, and clearly Vincenzo Nibley is holding his preparation for the world championships and the finish the not similar at all to the final climb, albeit at longer today in Innsbruck. So Niba lays on a mission today and this climb is a Nazi one, isn't it? Have you seen against now tweet? He said that this is the fastest claim he has ever ridden. So that's that kind of tells the story this Monty Monty. Each one of the horn mountains here. Finally back. Sixteen century. I think the province of b. had five things one of which from which they would blow pours whenever there were news or gain years or whatever in order to alert the population of the Hobie kayak and he saw who will will the horns today rich. Well, I mean somebody that we're expecting to go well in this final week, a diesel engine as white said this morning, Stephen cries way who wrote a great time trial, of course and choose then himself right back in contention to win the race. I spoke to his young American team Koos writing his first grand tour this morning. He's got big jobs. It's been very impressive so far, real strong writer in the mountains here Koos at the start this morning. Are you feeling fresh grunter? This'll be the most as you raise. How are you feeling into the third week? Nine, definitely, definitely tired. I twelve thirteen days. I was feeling pretty good and felt like I was recovering really well after every day. And then, yeah, with the three hard mound days back to back, I was really feel on it so, but yeah, I think that's normal. And yeah, I mean going into it, there's no pressure either. So yeah, just to just to get through it. And yeah, we'll see. I mean, the the rest day and the time trial took it easy. So hopefully that'll have me have you on the right track again, we can help, but notice your teammates packing the allure places. Deliberate strategy? Yeah, I think so. I mean, yeah, there's no use in gunning it for for nothing early. So, yeah. I mean, we've, we've. Aw, got a lot a lot of faith in and Stevie. And I mean, he's awesome ride. So yeah, every every bit of energy save is gonna make a big difference in the end. So he is right back in, you know, in this race still really open. How'd you feel as team to have sketchy belt, the momentum SCU maybe feel that he's building up some momentum going into these really crucial stages? Yeah, deathly I mean, it's it's been. It's been a good energy even since the first stages. But yeah, I mean, we know he's super consistent, dependable writer. So I mean, all we have to do is, yeah, get him in the right spot and then be there for him. And then we were really confident that he can. He can always be there on the on the finals because he's, yeah, just that kind of writer. So that's good to have have a guy like that. And yeah, I mean, it seems like he's getting better every day and even on the Seabra finishes, short, explosive ones that don't suit him as well. He's been riding really well. So everything's looking looking up. I mean, just finally. He is very experienced. Right? Or what have you are you taking to learn what you come from him? Yeah, definitely. I mean, just just being there later with those guys is is a big learning experience because you know, when you're when you're with guys that are more experienced, the kind of slows everything down a little bit and and it's not as not as nervous when when you're you, you know, maybe thinking about it beforehand or or you know, in the moment and those guys really know how to be a conservative in the in the finishes. And yeah, it's good learning experience. Coosa writer who won the tour of Utah recently and is really impressed people here. Team lots imbo..
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Can change the animations to any variable. So like if you wanna go point two, five, you can do that and that's super fast, but not not zero. So you're right. That's a very good one that a lot of people. Forget about screen animations. Yep. Speaking of tweaks, we are moving into a phone that has a pedigree of software tweaks and software enhancement. Speaking of launchers and whatnot. It's a little bit of the me you I in a new brand new brands. I love that phrase. I keep using it. It's a brand new grand from Xiaomi. It's called poco or poco phone. It's a little bit different because in India, I kept hearing that the brand is just poco. It's not polka phone. So there's a little bit of a mix up here, but I mean your your phone just as well as mine has the tramp stamps that says poco phone on it, so exactly. Yeah, they can go straight up over here, but the thing is to refocus the polka phone f. one and gills and as we have just revealed have been using this phone for a little while. I unfortunately just you know, cards on the table. I haven't been able to give the phone the quality time. It deserves, but I did do a first impressions video of it over on my channel. Meanwhile, Jules wrote in article about it at Pago dot. Com. So I'm gonna go in, pop it over to jewels and give us your reactions on this really interesting device. So thickly you shall me. No. Out of room. You've been waiting to do that. About twenty minutes. Can you talk about the the camera please? Because no, one's no one's really talked much about the camera and it seems like such a good lower-priced phone. If the camera is good to To note. that note, I will say real quick. Sorry Joel's I'm that. That's the reason why I didn't want to give my final thoughts on the phone yet because I do want to give the camera as much time as possible. So I can actually see how it would perform. But anyway, Jules I'm not even sure if we have final software because I believe this was supposed to be launching with me, you, I ten and what we have on. Here's me nine cents. So yeah. And the other thing too is that they have an infrared camera. Selfie can read for facial -cation that has not been activated yet, so we can't use that feature yet. We would love to. Although at least a consumer launch time that features still be available. So I guess we could do apples to apples on that. But in any case, I've been using this phone with multiple SIMS from Ireland and even project five right now, it's on project five for the past twelve thirteen days..
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And a very good monday to everybody coming up at six fifty four good news to report lend this morning fifth of boy has been rescued from the cave this incredible incredible operation to get these twelve soccer player kids out of the cave they've been in there for over two weeks land i gotta tell you on friday i was getting an uneasy feeling about the whole thing because these monsoons could come in again and the caves could flood and they might not have been able to get the kids out but apparently they decided on saturday they didn't have much more time so they had to go through with his very daring rescue operation i'm looking at the the post has laid it out very clearly so what they're doing with the kids is we got divers one in front of the kid and the other behind the kid and the diver in front of the kid is carrying the boys air tanks so he can monitor the kids oxygen level forum so really all the kid has to do is just stay behind that diver in front and swim but you know these kids don't know how to swim they've never been taught how to swim totally fascinated by the story and it's great news that reports are the fifth boy is out that leaves a seven more boys in the coach how long were they in their in their a couple of weeks right over ten days yeah okay yeah they're going to twelve thirteen days now the part i'm fascinated by is what it they eat a day didn't eat and went obviously went to the bathroom there in this i'm just all those little bodily functions i'm fascinated by and thank god they can get now these well they didn't they didn't have to do a lot on the i just they did have fresh water though they had fresh water that was dripping down the side of the cave and apparently and we learned this last week you can survive a fair amount of time without food you cannot go without water so what save their lives was the fresh water that they had access to dripping down the k but then once once the divers found them and got in there they could bring in food and keep going but apparently the the four kids they got out yesterday totally exhausted as you would expect well the the thing that got me was last week when reports surfaced that a former thai navy seal had gone in there diving and had died he ran out of air so once that happened i said oh my god now apparently the whole trip back even though it takes how many what's several hours yeah it's about two and a half three miles sour swim is that three three to four hours but they they they can come up yes or air at times yes i'm looking at a map of the cave and there are plenty of air pockets along the way but there are certain areas where they have to go underwater and there's a particularly treacherous area which i think now is not flooded which is good but you'd have to go up over a hill within the cave so you got to go up and then you have to go back down and obviously sharp edges from.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The the kids and the rescue workers that are in there you know something is going to have to be done soon yes that's that's the that's the mood here we saw a lot of hustle and bustle a lot of people going into the cave and coming out so definitely they're trying best they can and and that divers who passed away that was one am so they were working around the clock even overnight to get something done in the cage so yes you do he'll be sense of urgency here to get them out as soon as possible talking to abc news correspondent jim show in thailand do they given up the attempt to drill into the into the cave there to try to get the kids out that way here's that would take a long time to drill the drill into the cave because it's a very very high mountain and it's a very lush mountain as well they were trying to look for holes instead maybe know natural hold that might lead to that as well but just to get on top of the mountain it takes about eleven hours up there no that's not an easy task but they are still trying okay all right ju ju shou abc news correspondent in thailand well we'll just keep checking back in with you as this story gets a little more dramatic and scary as each day goes on thanks a lot we appreciate your time thank you interesting i would if i remember now you have that elation the kids are alive but now you know you're sitting around waiting how are they going to get out and the the new development for me you he was telling us that they're concerned that the air yok surgeon in the cave is is going to be gone this'll they got to pump more oxygen into the cave so the kids can breathe what kind of makes sense yeah breathing maybe pockets of air coming in and out that it doesn't make sense that you the air would get thin and especially with crowd in such a small area i mean i guess the best case scenario here is even get pump out that water get the water level down and then the kids can be floated out so they don't have to dive through a cave which could be terrifying and it's interesting how the parents are off limits family members because you know here if this was going on here all over television would be everywhere i mean they would be hounded i mean it's nice to know that they're they're able to have their peace and quiet during a really tense moment in their life but it's also interesting they're saying how do you know their temperament is so different than there's a calmness amount everybody and how they're they're not showing a lot of emotion at all that's the thai way inside they've got to be royal of course if you're a parent doesn't matter what if your child has been missing and you couldn't talk with the past twelve thirteen days now but you don't want i mean the fact that they're alive i think some of those parents may have thought that the kids were dead yeah so the fact that they're alive i mean that gives this tremendous news of them yes you see them spirits seem to be good smiling in the pictures and a lot worse and you've got rescue people from all over the world i mean some of the biggest brains and rescue operations i'm sure are there in thailand trying to figure out how to get these kids out of that cave good luck all right well we'll keep you updated on the story as it moves along hey when we get back scott pruitt he is out as epa chief we're going to be talking to abc news political director rick klein about pruitt's ouster hope you're enjoying this rewind to yesterday len berman and michael riedel in the.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To interview them for details but they do seem to be holding up quite well the thing that i learned here about the type people is that they're very happy and calm you don't see that much emotion in the time people so it's hard to say but i'm sure you live in deep in their hearts they're getting a little anxious about how this is being delayed and with the heavy rain forecasted by starting tomorrow a lot of people here are nervous that there might be like a sense of urgency developing now that we're going to have to get them out whether it's more rain gonna flood the tunnels or a lack of oxygen for the the kids and the rescue workers that are in there that you know something is going to have to be done soon yes that's that's the that's the mode here we saw a lot of hustle and bustle of a lot of people going into the cave and coming out so definitely they're trying best they can and and that divers who passed away that was one am so they were working around the clock even overnight to get something done in the cage so yes you do feel the sense of urgency here to get them out as soon as possible talking to abc news correspondent jim show in thailand do they given up the attempt to drill into the into the cave there to try to get the kids out that way here's that would take a long time to drill drill into the cave because it's a very very high mountain and it's a very lush mountain as well they were trying to look for holes instead maybe you know natural hold that might lead to that as well but just to get on top of the mountain it takes about eleven hours up there no that's not an easy task but they are still trying okay all right ju ju shou abc news correspondent in thailand well we'll just keep checking back in with you as this story gets a little more dramatic and scary as each day goes on thanks a lot we appreciate your time thank you interesting i would if i were family member now you have that elation the kids are alive but now you know you're sitting around waiting how are they going to get out and the new development for me you he was telling us that they're concerned that the air yok surgeon in the cave is i is going to be gone so they got to pump more oxygen into the cave so the kids can breathe what kind of makes sense yeah going in now breathing maybe pockets of air coming in now it does make sense that you the air would get thin and especially with the crowd in such a small area i mean i guess the best case scenario here is you get pump out that water get the water level down and then the kids can be floated out so they don't have to dive through a cave which could be terrifying it's interesting how the parents are off limits family members because you know here if this was going on here guess it'd be all over television would be everywhere i mean they would be hounded i mean it's nice to know that they're they're able to have their peace and quiet during a really tense moment in their life but it's also interesting they're saying how do you know their temperament is so different that there's a calmness about everybody and how they're they're not showing a lot of emotion at all that's the thai way but inside they gotta be royal of course if you're a parent doesn't matter what if your child has been missing and you couldn't talk to him in the past twelve thirteen days now but you don't want the fact that they're alive i think some of those parents may have thought that the kids were dead yeah so the fact that they're alive i mean it gives this tremendous news of them yes you see them spirits seem to be good smiling in the pictures and you know just things could been a lot worse and you've got rescue people from all over the world i mean some of the biggest brains and rescue operations i'm sure are there in thailand trying to figure out how to get these kids out of that cave good luck and all right well we'll keep you.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Kids are alive but now you know you're sitting around waiting how are they going to get out and the new development for me you he was telling us that they're concerned that the air yock surgeon in the cave is is going to be gone this'll they've got gotta pump more oxygen into the cave so the kids can breathe it kind of makes sense yeah and they're going in now breathing maybe pockets of air coming in and out that it does make sense that the air would get thin and especially with the crowd in such a small area i mean i guess the best case scenario here is even get pump out that water get the water level down and then the kids can be floated out so they don't have to dive through a cave which could be terrifying and it's interesting how the parents are off limits family members because you know here if this was going on here all over television would be everywhere i mean they would be hounded i mean it's nice to know that they're they're able to have their peace and quiet during a really tense moment in their life but it's also interesting they're saying how do you know their temperament is so different that there's a calmness amount everybody and how they're they're not showing a lot of emotion at all that's the thai way inside they've got to be royal of course if you're a parent doesn't matter what if your child has been missing and you couldn't talk to the past twelve thirteen days now but you don't want the fact that they're alive i think some of those parents may have thought that the kids were dead yeah so the fact that they're alive i mean that gives this tremendous news of them yes you see them spirits seem to be good smiling in the pictures and you know things could have been a lot worse and you've got rescue people from all over the world i mean some of the biggest brains and rescue operations i'm sure are there in thailand trying to figure out how to get these kids out of that cave good luck and all right well we'll keep you updated on the story as it moves along when we get back scott pruitt he is out as epa chief we're going to be talking to abc news political director rick about pruitt's ouster plus mark simone will be chatting with the tv radio youtube star and a friend of mine lionel i loved lionel they'll be talking about the president's pick for the supreme court that's coming up after ten o'clock hey it's the summer inventory clearance sale from chamonix right now when you were jenny sell you'll get the new genucel eyelid lift for droopy saggy eyelids absolutely free and for the first time ever you'll also get the world famous crease styles micro derm abrasion that's also free.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on Start Here
"The world's number one job site hey good morning hope you had a happy fourth of july let's to you up for the conversations that will be driving your day to day earlier this week we brought you the story of tie soccer team miraculously found miles deep in a cave boys as young as eleven years old along with their coach discovered by this diver murder gumming we'll since then a line has been set up to take divers right to them medical supplies dropped off food delivered we all happy to but this boys are still there the path goes out underwater and yesterday we heard from one of those rescuers who basically told us i don't know how we're going to get them out and so even though we know where they are this is becoming more and more urgent by the day abc foreign correspondent james longman is still there at this remote jungle beach james let me start you with this why are these boys still in there it's very simple brad is just because they have to work out a way of getting them out of that cave safely because they adjust so deep into this cave it's nitty three miles inside and those boys i mean think about it they've been in that twelve thirteen days they're week the depleted and they've got to get them out through a tunnel much of which is still underwater so rex rescue is doing is trying to work out the best way to do that you know they could leave them in that give them supplies wait until the weather i'm kind of dries up which might not be a month i mean we're going into the wettest season now in and that could be november before dot cave is completely dry all they tried to get them out asap but not involves teaching these kids who you know week and young and have never really learned how to scuba dive the basics of swimming underwater with mosques and an air which is a really terrifying thing imagine your eleven years old you've been stuck underground for days on end and suddenly someone saying you we've got to put a mosque in your face and you've got to get onto the water it's pitch black we've spoken to dive as it's a bit like swimming through coffee and you know we're gonna lead you out for miles to safety it's it's a scary thing and so they've really go way out the options here it's it's really a difficult thing for anyone to learn how to do but this is not just a tunnel this is a a deep dark passageway much of which isn't just swimming underwater it's also rock climbing you to be able to put on a mask and grab someone's hand and kind of float along they pull you you would have to swim and scramble and really exert yourself here yeah i mean you know what what they suggesting is each boy would come along one by one with a professional navy seal with a moscow netface with to come along dot passageway but so much of it you can't swim to by two you've got to do it on your own and various points who will come up but then you've got to climb over hughes bits of rock i mean it is they already deep inside and it is a treacherous treacherous journey back it takes a fully trained navy seal six hours to get all the way into that cave the water karn toda's is in the right direction so that could help them along but this is not an easy thing to do when that rescue where he spoke to said there were health concerns here possible infection inet cave i mean how long can those boys stay there well look survived this long oxygen in the they've got medics with them the being tended to they could stay there for weeks on until november which is the one the rain season enza i mean just think though staying in that cave until november is a quite quite a thing and i think that's what tile is want to want to avoid but they do have everything they need in terms of the kind of nutrition and we've we've seen medics with them giving them the food that they've been lacking over the last few days but particularly kind of really nutritious rations and an energy boosting food so that they can get their strength up but yeah the longer they're inside the more difficult will be then to acclimatise to.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And fewer people were injured and and you know it was not even one hundred kids i believe in in in gaza now four hundred children have been injured so i mean this is this is serious stuff so dave thank you what was your name again it was bruce and cruise right bruce bruce thanks so much for the call great to hear from me i appreciate it we got another caller here who wants to talk about israel in the nine three seven area code your name and city i'm in dayton ohio well in december of this year i visited south africa and one of the loose papers reporters when i was reading the paper fishless as soon as i got that same sunday he said that the whites in south africa a doing better now under for democracy than they were under apartheid and certainly they don't live in the in the bizarre fear slash shame that they did during the apartheid regime they were changed but they were inferior okay so i think a lot of whites are probably shamed as well just just as there are a lot of israel who don't agree with what netanyahu's doing live fire on on children okay we're not going to disagree on that i will say that when i read that my thought was how the hell could this be so i the the whole twelve thirteen days that i was in there i looked for that to see well that was actually true all whether this guy was just saying things in order to to get some attention and i found that exactly two so do you think that the whites in south africa now are doing better at the expense of the blacks or are they simply doing better because the entire country is doing better blacks are doing significantly better doing better because they don't have to spend the kind of money that they were spending on their military.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Wait would you be next you're next how about an explosion don't know no shumita mean your face looks like it might have gone through and this is our american stories the last part of this terrific story about the one the only mel blanc although we never personally won an academy award his voice earned warner brothers five oscars then on the night of january twenty fourth nineteen sixty one this happened my mom called me i was with friends she says danton shook the recording session she's just wait a minute the other phone is ringing we had two lines was ucla hospital saying that he been involved in a head on collision on deadman's curve right above ucla and the take him to ucla they cut the music cutting tortuga amount of aston martin it happened that a kid driving a ninety eight oldsmobile great big car ran into a small aston martin sports car and it just folded up they didn't expect him to live for the first twelve thirteen days i went to see him and it was really i was shocked because he was wired up with all kinds of gadgets to keep him together noel told me that almost every bone in his body was broken he was unconscious for a long time finally a doctor got an idea because my dad had a television in this room and it was playing bugs bunny cartoons so the doctor went over to the bed and clapped his hands and sit bucks can you hear me bugs can you hear me my dad goes my cap the first words uttered were of bugs did he support keith can you hear me anyone answering i can i can hear you so he brought him around doing the characters voices before my dad was fully awake as as himself blink continued working for warner brothers also began providing voices for television cartoons produced by hanna barbera his most famous role during this time.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Uh beat you don't wanna give them a ton of responsibly for that especially gets in alabama defense that can bring guys from different places in the skies well so you don't want wanna call out a true dropback passes anyway so everything will probably at least for the first quarter to lotta play action lot of a you know maybe some rpo staff were they do a little bit of it are just throw a hitch route or ryan the ball off um so i mean it's not rocket science it's it's just it's just putting the guy in position to do things that are simple and hopefully you're doing in of other things that they have to defend them it is tough alabama in the running backs and you're like with third nine we gotta go make a play and you calling right droplets so many times but again you saw that against oklahoma iran draws on third down they did some of those things but then when they had a few critical downs they were he was able to pick pros and the guy's talents at so there um you know if he can get the kaaba be can make some throws wits easier to adjust any on excitement was talking about he wasn't super pump that the only had a week before a game like this typically there's ten twelve thirteen days whatever would it would his which side of the ball i suppose is easier to say they've seen twelve thirteen fourteen games of us we need to add wrinkles here there wherever is it easier on offense to sort of added new things or is it easier on defense when you talk about you know nick sabin and i'm sure on a different level kirby smart they are throwing a new packages for this specific offense they're facing is it easier on offense or is it easier on defense to say we're changing twenty three percent of what we're gonna do for this game yeah i i don't know that you can generalize i think it really depends on the opponent and then in who are going to play and obviously what their strikes are i mean if you are playing oklahoma even more worried about defending baker mayfield in all the wrinkles they do a different he might be different also think this game where there's so much familiar to about.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on WJR 760
"For the entire years maybe twelve thirteen days total the entire year do you all still pretty much in i know you're all worth you work as a as a journalist but do italians pretty much take the month of of august off so that may be the museums have to close maybe the tourist in an od museums are open your grass have changed feb eat your gun greet their your kid old museum of everything had to do with curry and museum restaurant then there and then pumped for that all open men are that change for good but he threw them many other job than many many companies and factory bait they simply code and i'm actually work him because they become the editor in chief of been magazine of mine near state but so i think i have to step could give it grew set a good example but i have to say that what you what he just mentioned is correct we have more occasion you know myself i am now an employee i haven't seen or long time bet being and yet during cheap you have to be employed so i have burton five day via and now i won't be able to do it because i have it paid but to run but thirty five days here i think twelve we still it oh i think people need but caterini they'd gone maybe you're top positions they want blessed occasion but i think people need maybe you're subject price too much but twelve lethal you really need to take off very quickly and finally how're you all in euro journalists covering donald trump is president of the united states for the first six months or so is lead story as it is here and probably rush austria or the too big stories are the involvement between the trump administration and the putin administration trump has been steadily the biggest story in new delhi for the last six months her bet the bigger than europe beka then brek hit which is also very big yes migration in need colonel than africa here but trump but you know what had been real big news no locked you date about trump fees what that he's been.
"twelve thirteen days" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"So how much time do you have to think through an episode? Well, each episode shoots for about nine to thirteen twelve thirteen days. You pretty much start. Prepping an episode right aft new episode right after the one pre previous starts to shoot. It's not that I complete my work for the previous episode as it goes through. There's always going to be CARA characters I have to stab. But you we start with having our meetings right away. We have our concept meeting usually on the second day of shooting episode for the next episode where we talk about basics and then department head meetings are scheduled and each department head goes in and has their conversation. Sometimes we double up I often double up with the background or extras department heads because that has a lot to do with how they're gonna look we exchange information Kasur only double up with here makeup. How much do the extras bring their own clothing and do dress. The extras it depends. I mean often they have to bring their own clothing. Obviously, they're gonna do something where the clothing could get ruined then they're gonna lie on the ground or they're going to get all dirty. We don't ask them to bring their own clothing. And but and obviously period stuff, it's a little more difficult, but you often. Ask them to bring their own clothing. And you hope that you can utilize as much of their own clothing as possible. It's not always depends on the extras pens on what we're asking. For high end stuff is a lot more difficult. Extras don't make very much money. And do you sometimes change your mind while you're shooting it or just somewhat? Together. No with where somebody wearing especially if it's in major can happen..