36 Burst results for "Twenty Five Minutes"
Amazon's Poor Treatment of Workers Is Catching Up to It
"Days right around the corner but amazon and the news for other reasons and not good roger. Chang and this is your daily charge. You're talking about amazon. And the faces is an ecommerce. Beat reporter atallah. There are number of amazon stories that came out yesterday taking a critical look at what it's like to work there. It's not pleasant Before we get to those stories you had a piece about Specifically looking at the long lines wait times at some of these amazon warehouses Brief summary of what your stories about So right now. A group of amazon warehouse workers are suing over ovid nineteen helps checks as they wait to enter the workplace in coffee in and they say can take place twenty five minutes so they're not paid for they happen before clock in And they're suing thing. They should be paid. An amazon has a history of being sued for unpaid time like that. They also underwent a series of lawsuits over not paying for people to stand in line for security texas. They left the building at the end of their shifts. And took that all the way up to the supreme court So right now. There's just sort of battle over what's paid time. What's not paid time even if it's something that amazon requires that employees
Fresh update on "twenty five minutes" discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"And so sadly it got to a point where other listeners new listeners particularly that would call in they would go will the. I'm going to get off the phone. Now because i want to hear what blah blah blah gotta say. It has kinda like wait a minute. Now this is my shows like heels is. Who wasn't that. I wasn't saying that out of jealousy and then it's like wait a minute. What also is kind of like In the other the other five percent remaining five percent one man was Only able to do but so much which. I didn't mind because back. Then i would get help from the missiles but the other thing was so expensive because we had the original incarnation of the rc. Wr show it was just a strictly. It was a call in show literally through talk radio days. I basically was hosting a show pretty much. What a phone. And that's pretty much high was doing everything So yeah for the longest time that's And we had that going for a couple of years and then we pretty much just said okay. You know what. Fuck this so yeah. We're gonna have the phone line. Come back now the fall number. It's already set ready to go and everything so What i figure we do is as soon as the pay-per-view is over. Pretty much job right into it. I you know. I last i wanna do is weighing out talking about the pay per view so i think what i'll probably do is maybe i twenty minutes. Maybe twenty five minutes. Try to get through at least the first half of the card. And i think we're gonna be able to do that rather quickly. Because there's only at this point. I think last i heard six matches. I'll look at the card again when we offer predictions but we should be able to go. Boom boom boom boom. Just like now what i will say to you guys. Those of you that are gonna be interested in calling into the show pieces of advice. And i've been very consistent with this even when we were doing the old the old days of bringing in calls. If you're gonna call lynn. Thank very carefully about what you wanna say..
How to Make Your Podcast One-of-a-Kind
"With millions of podcasts out there bet you're wondering can i create a unique show and the answer is yes you can't. There's no one else out there with your perspective on a topic that you want to cover so that in mind here are some tips on how you can create a show. That's one of a kind. The first thing to consider is your podcast format. There lots of podcasts. Out there that have a host interviewing or even co-hosts who bantered with each other and he wanted to either of those formats. That's fine what i would consider is to add in different segments to break it up and make it more unique so some examples could be listener submitted questions a lightning rod for the guests at the end of each episode or even bringing on a sponsor to interview them on a topic. That's based around your podcast. Something else to consider is to length of your show so most podcasts or either thirty or sixty minutes long. Maybe you want to consider show. That's twenty five minutes long or forty five minutes long. When you incorporate both of these elements your show is going to be different than anything. Your listeners have ever heard. The second thing to consider is to really lead into your perspective. Whatever that is so for example. Let's say cooking is the topic and your perspective is home. Cooking reigns supreme or rush on cooking. Far better than anything you can cook at home. Taking the angle were home. Cooking is gray. Maybe create a show around some equipment. That home cooks can use. Or if you wanna take the perspective. That restaurant cooking is superior you can show around interviewing restaurant chefs and some of the techniques that they use to make their food amazing. Don't be afraid to your opinion on the show. Your perspective is what's going to make your podcast unique so the more you can lean into that the war your show out
Suns rout short-handed Spurs 140-103, keep hope for top seed
"The sun still have a chance to claim the top seed in the Western Conference following their one forty one oh three blowout win over the spurs Devin Booker dropped in twenty seven points for the sons who never trailed and led by as many as forty two McHale bridges had eighteen points in twenty six minutes Chris Paul added sixteen points and ten assists in just twenty five minutes the sons are one game behind the conference leading jazz with one game remaining for both clubs and Phoenix holds the tiebreaker the sons will take the top seed with a win at San Antonio and Utah loss to Sacramento both games on Sunday I'm Dave Ferrie
Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars
"Laura things a lot of people talk about is hell painful. It is to run a webinar and not make as many sales as you actually anticipate or hope to. I've learned the hard way time and time again. And tweak my saleswoman a presentation over and over to find out what really works and today i'm just gonna give it to you. I'm gonna give you the three things that if you do today in your next sales webinar. It's going to change your results. It's going to help you get more sales. This is what i found in my own experience. So let's jump right into it. The first tip is many of us when we run a sales webinar. We have the format of doing some sort of workshop training or coaching followed up with a demo or presentation or sales pitch of our product and then we have cuny. The problem is is that too many of us will say the women are sixteen minutes. We will maybe teach for forty five minutes get into our demo and pitch and because we don't have much time left to answer a few questions and we may even go over time and the webinar about an hour and fifteen minutes in this defeats. The purpose of a saleswoman are. The whole point of this was webinars to make sales. Okay so it needs to be your top priority. And i been guilty of this many times. And i actually didn't learn what i was doing wrong until i actually started asking feedback from people that attended my weber my My co hosts. If i did a partner webinar and they were just awesome. He told me that. Neil going to longer babies to content heavy and that was my fault because i come from teaching background. I just wanna give give give and teach teach teach. But i'm actually doing my customers a disservice because i'm not giving them enough time to learn about the product of the solution. That's gonna really help them and give them chances to ask questions about it. So what i found. Is that if you're going to run a sixty minute webinar. I find that the best breakdown is twenty five. Twenty fifteen now. This may feel a little bit uncomfortable but trust me twenty five minutes of content of workshop. This includes your introduction your backstory all that kind of stuff and given them great information
Simple Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Alzheimer's and Dementia With Dr. Dean Sherzai
"One of the most interesting statistics. I've heard you talk about. Is the effectiveness of what the companies have been able to do and the effectiveness of certain types of exercise. Can you share with us. What is it we need to know. So i was part of the biggest clinical trials in the world that ucsd which was the number one neuroscience program at nih in an at columbia mind everywhere and after four hundred studies that worked on mice. Those poor mice. I was part of those. Da teams that cut their heads off and then we studied. It's terrible after all. Those studies are success. Rate has been zero. We have zero drug that does zero percent in slowing down or stopping disease. Now we have gloves that affect the symptoms era seven but even the pharmaceutical companies don't claim that it slows the disease so zero after billions and billions of dollars and all these experimentation yet and now these nutraceutical companies. You know the blue jellyfish pill and this and that they're making hundreds of millions of dollars on zero data and why because some young guy was able to buy their right. You are oh and do the right trademark and then just put some things together and sell it as a good name because it has targeted or cognition or neuro in it. So it works. Here's what works harvard eddie. Large wealth power incredibly. Well done study if you walk. A brisk walk. Not you know when we tell our patients direction all dr shares. I i'm in the garden Those are great. Those are meditation exercise. You gotta get short of tire if you do. Twenty five minutes brisk exercise every day. You lower your risk of alzheimer's by forty to forty five percent. Why is there nobody talking about it. Because there's not a hundred percent effective and for the younger people. You are more likely to abstain from alzheimer's if you start at early we're talking about nutrition. We call it neuro by the way we're not any. You are on nutrition exercise unwind which is stress management ours restorative sleep and always optimizing mental activity. By the way. None of those. You have to pay anybody well for food. You have to go somewhere to buy food. But basically it combined the fact of it we've extrapolated. We said that's kind of as much as ninety percent of alzheimer's and dementia can be prevented
Police Shoot, Kill Teenage Girl in Columbus
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting in newspaper reports police shot and killed a teen girl in Columbus Ohio a teenage girl was shot and killed by police in Columbus Ohio Tuesday afternoon about twenty five minutes before the verdicts were read in the trial of former police officer Derek children in the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis the Columbus dispatch reports officers had responded to a nine one one call about an attempted stabbing when police shot the girl the girl was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead the newspaper reported no one else was injured later a crowd gathered at the scene on legion lane on the city's southeast side and others gathered outside the city's police headquarters to protest hi Mike Rossio
Giannis returns, Bucks cool off surging Hawks 120-109
"Yeah this intent to Cooper was among seven Bucks to score in double figures in a one twenty one oh nine win over the hawks the NBA's two time reigning MVP played twenty five minutes and delivered fifteen points on seven of twelve shooting to go with five rebounds three steals two assists and a block it was his first action since missing six straight with a sore left knee true holiday led Milwaukee score sheet with twenty three points while brook Lopez provided nineteen with twelve rebounds blocked in Baghdad of extreme six three pointers and had a game high twenty eight points but the hawks lost for only the fifth time in twenty two games since Nate McMillan became head coach I'm Dave Ferrie
It's All Happening On The Fringes
"Just back from a couple of days camping in the mountains just outside of kale literally ride on the fringes of the city and it struck me how amazingly different life was just a mere twenty five thirty minutes drive from the middle of this major city. And i think it's a great metaphor for so much possibility that there is so much different just on the fringe of the city just on the fringe of your business just on the fringe of your current customer and markets it. And it's something that we spoke about backing episodes six hundred and thirty of the show if you remember a used one of the examples from the blue ocean strategy where they talked about those a three non-customers the people that don't quite know that you exist. You don't know what you're doing. And i think if you spend a bit of time looking at the fringes you might just find your next market opportunity. You certainly potentially will find your next market audience that potential to bring that people into your fold but again i think the metaphor of the possibilities that happen on the fringes of whatever. We do where we need to spend a little bit more time looking at and thinking about by you've got to focus on your core market on your core customers but maybe you want to spend ten percent of your time just exploring the fringes just seeing. What's out big. Because you may well find an opportunity that you didn't even know existed just like we need these last couple of days only twenty five minutes from the city. We were literally on the fringes of the city all of a sudden. We're in the middle of nowhere
Fuel Talk Tip: Think of Fuel as Minutes, Not Gallons
"Trying to think of fuel in minutes Fuel is think fuel is minutes as opposed to gallons. When i asked somebody How far away. They live from my house times. They'll say It's about twenty five minutes away. And and i always want well. I i'd rather you tell me Twelve miles and then i can You know. I know the general direction. And i can apply some some logic to it and kind of figure out how far away it is in airplanes Most of the time we're talking about gallons and smaller airplanes. How much fuel is on board. The airplane forty three gallons fifty three gallons fifty forty eight whatever But think of that fuel as how many minutes do i have on board the airplane as opposed to how many gallons to have on the on board the airplane and for a couple of reasons you're going to be flying. Airplanes have different burn rates. Okay my saratoga. Holds one hundred and two gallons side. I don't care about that holds I i say it has five hours worth of fuel burns about twenty gallons per hour and hundred gallons And again my bladder doesn't go more about three hours. So if i'm flying with full fuel it's it's never really an issue of that airplane Are one seventy two old some forty three gallons and Burns about a gallons and our so again it holds about five gallon five hours worth of fuel as well and the reason being is is when i When i look at minutes let's let's take Let's just make some really easy math Let's say we decide that our personal minimum to land an airplane is Ninety minutes worth feel okay. Ninety minutes worth of feel. And i look at A route okay. We're gonna fly from point a to point b and it's gonna take this many hours. Are this many minutes. Let's say it's gonna take Three hours and We have five hours worth of fuel onboard. The airplane while we're gonna land with two hours worth of fuel. One hundred and twenty minutes and our minimum is ninety minutes while i know i have three thirty minutes of extra fuel at this point so as i'm flying long and i'm hitting my checkpoints. I know i've got thirty minutes of headroom thirty minutes of fuel capital if you will if i hit my first checkpoint. I realize two minutes behind schedule all now. I know i'm gonna land with twenty eight minutes my next checkpoint on another three minutes behind schedule now. Going to land with twenty five minutes and i can kind of project things and say well. Gee something is going on here. That's that's not There wasn't in the plan are are the winds different or or what is going on here. Why why are my. Why am i hitting these checkpoints constantly behind and So so my my time at checkpoints equates to fuel
March Madness recap: NCAA Tournament is off to a historic, upset-riddled start
"We are here to talk through the third full day of the two thousand twenty one. Ncaa tournament is a wild. That'll be remembered for a number one seed losing to an in state opponent and for three double digit seeds advancing to the sweet sixteen. We'll get the top seeded illinois lose loyal chicago in a bit. But i want to start with the double digits. In that one on sunday number eleven syracuse upset number three west virginia. Jim bejon against all odds is in the sweet sixteen number twelve oregon state upset number four oklahoma state wayne tinkle against all. Odds is in the sweet sixteen in number fifteen oral roberts upset number seven florida. Paul mills against all odds is in the sweet sixteen dead-leg makes sense. What in the world is going on in indiana. You want me to make sense of this. No shot and need you to make some sense. I'm not gonna make any sense of this. It's been a gloriously. Chaotic and we are knocking on the door of historic and double a. tournament so with these Upsets in addition to others. First of all eight teams from eight separate leagues are now into the sweet sixteen and with the other obviously on monday The most is that could If that could happen Also we have had so the instable a and shops the david warlock who's obviously the media coordinator of all the stuff. He tweeted this about twenty five minutes before we started podcasting so we define an upset as a team seeded five spots or more lower than their opponent we've already set the record with eleven such occurrences were midway through the second round. We have the so another way of saying that is. We're not done the second round yet. The already been eleven games in which a team separated by. At least five seed lines have seen the team lower seeded when it is history. And it's it's just wild man. I actually think we're also on pace. I haven't had time to research this but are. Cbs sports hq team is researching it. I think we are probably on pace. Because of this to have the highest collective number for all the seeds meaning like we've got fifteen in their plus a twelve and oregon state plus eight with loyal. If you get what. I'm saying like when we get to the sweet sixteen. If you add up all the seeds it's going to be the highest total we've ever had there and i can't make any sense of it. I don't know if because like if we'd had this enormous setting with fans and stuff would it be the same. No i mean every single tournament x exists unto itself. If you played this thing again you're going to have all sorts of different kinds of results but is it because it's happening in the pandemic in one location in the venues it's happening at is that allowing for more chaos. I'm i can't say that. It is and i can't say that that's not the reason so i'm loving this parish. Get enough of all of this. Although i will say Oregon state is maybe the most random and congrats to the beavers man. It's the most of sweet sixteen. Maybe ever this team was nowhere. Near the bubble it has not been relevant in its own conference for most of the past four decades and has come out of nowhere to get into the second week for the first time since one thousand nine hundred to
Revamping the Customer Onboarding Experience with Mark Colgan
"Us a little bit a little bit more about Speak on podcast and also the product on boarders. Just you know. what do you guys do with. What's your ideal customer. Look like in in whatever you do provide to sure so with the respond pocus It's an agency so we have a team of dedicated booking agents in what we do. Is we help customers. Get on the podcast with a Already listening to so we do a ton of research to find the most relevant poll coughs reach out to the poco space with really really specific introductions. We to use web pitches. Because i know you've been. He has put cost you. Get lots of pitches. Every day we do our best to stand out from It's not aggressive sales it's overrated accumbens of of my experience with outbound sales on the matchmaking used to recruitment as well so accustomed to sign up with us. When we guarantee a certain amount of bookings on each month and we have a guaranteed to say you can say not any focused if it's not the right fit and i think it's only happened twice in it was downs more of a personal preference than anything else. That's what we do at speaking folks with the product borders is also like a productized service Me in the found the helen. We saw a need that a lot of people dry. There's a lot of content around lead generation and top of the funnel acquisition. But the but there's just not that much of a focus on activation and also turned reduction. so they're obviously. Some is some content out there but it's a minority compared to the top of the funnel staff so we decided to put our heads together and what we do. We offer a product on building review. So we go through a b. two b. companies free trial experience looking at things like the website will looking at the sign up process. I run experienced as what is the ongoing onboarding on the on boarding emails as well. We just present these back in around twenty twenty five minute video if i'm honest is quite brutal feedback. Sometimes we have to give that caveat back into People wit wit with during the reviews all but we always act as almost like the dumbest of that they will get in that apple because you'll product needs to be that simple intuitive so We've fifty reviews. I think a lot of the things that will be covering today. is really a combination of those fifty product devoting reviews that we've done in the lessons learned from older days. Great man so you've done a bunch of these reviews. What are the combination us you see with. The sales marketing handover to customer success teams for to be businesses. Yes so this is amiss to be a service that you're selling or it could be a much larger a product that you're selling well so one of the biggest pitfalls icy is that Let's start with why it's important to hand over to the customer. Success team properly not comes. Down to customers infill really appreciate it Because if they inflammation falls through the cracks they have to repeat themselves. And that's never a good experience to have especially specialist first engagement. The company wants save kind of signed a line. Oftentimes you see is what i've been in the situation as well that the team point fingers at each other when something goes wrong because no one knows. He's accountable full So having that process in place for the handovers really important. And i guess the most important thing when it comes to the unbolting of new customers that it's really is very very hard to win back. The trust of a customer once they had a bad on ordering experience linked to murphy of sixteen inches of he i think he coined the time. Seeds of chun applauded early and actually starts that planted in the sales prices as well. So maybe i can share some of the best practices that Deploy certainly i think if if i could take full main points. The first is just setting expectations with the customers during the sales process leading the know. What the on boarding process is going to be who's involved what's required from them as a customer verse is watsa expected for us business. Do that's really important in. Oftentimes it might be set on the cells gold all one of the one of the sales goals but a lot of companies. Forget that the They're selling is just one tiny part of their prospects that new customers over job not going to remember everything that you say on a cool Is important to follow up those expectations in in written format so they can always revolt back to another thing which i think was his little. Mr misalignment is not understanding how customers are actually going to measure success as a business you might have an idea of what as maybe success mouse. Things will definitely but you really wanna understand what customers are defining success a third. This is a situation. I've been in before i was in a sales role. I was closing deals. And i just didn't feel confident that the process behind the scenes after the sale closed was good enough. No no the people were going to have a great team but it just wasn't a assessing on easy to fully process so one of the things that we did to become. This was actually have a meeting between sales and customer success to officially handed with the customer. And it's all about sharing the little bits information that your customers have shed with you during the sales process. And they're really nuggets of gold because it could just be one thing they said at the end of a sentence that you realize that's really important to them so is handing over some of the informal information that you received an ulcer from the customer success. be it might not be customer success team. It might be applied delivery or could be you'll handing trubisky. That should be a standard set of questions which cost during the voting candidate meeting. And you know as an excels person it can be a waste of time. Because i just wanna go off in sell But it's really important to get right in over properly. And i guess the fine thing would be to keep the communications auto open with the customer and is often the sales person that gets the blame. If the on boarding process isn't smooth An impact your reputation as as a sales person on also impact the opportunity of increasing the lifetime value through a upsells in cross sell opportunities in the future. Because it's a road the trust of as an individual So definitely having that Donald urban and i didn't think there's anything wrong with a salesperson sending an email a few weeks off the on boarding process started saying. Hey just checking in. How's everything going for you. Oftentimes it's a clear cut handover. Sales never speaks to the customer during the on boarding process. But i really don't think there's any harm in doing so
Samuels scores 32, leads No. 3 Villanova over Georgetown
"Third ranked Villanova bounced back from Wednesday's loss to St John's by downing Georgetown eighty four seventy four Samuels had a career high thirty two points with six rebounds five assists and three steals he shot ten of seventeen after scoring just two points in twenty five minutes against the red storm almost it's a great offense placed what comes my way with a stream of this new connection striving ball that's that's that's just one of the best well there's nothing on my job as a senior Philadelphia was supposed to play Xavier before called the nineteen issues put the musketeers program on hold giovane Blair had eighteen points for the hallways including a three pointer that gave George tenet's last lead at sixty seven sixty six I'm Dave very
How do I market a local healthcare clinic?
"I want to start with that document under who asked today's question tried. A bunch of things tried a bunch of things before asking. This question tried facebook as as a website. Did some free consultations kind of struggling and not really sure how to market the physical business. The physical clinic in the area in malaysia. So today my job is to help document on d. and everybody else who's listening has a physical business and give you the fundamentals the things you have to do to market that business. This is basically going to help you get people through the door okay. Everything else is kind of window window-dressing it will be sickly. Be adding fuel to the fire but if all some of the things that i mentioned say it's going to give you a good chance to get people to get your business to learn more about what you have and become a customer. First of all dr mandate mentions a website. A website is a must have regardless of physical business or an online business. This is how people find out about you. You want to own the narrative about what your business is. What is it about. You want to tell the story of your business. You want to give the information that people are looking for. I wonder if this business does that. The other thing. You have to answer the questions and you do that with your website. Your website is also a great way to be found when people search now one of the things that you need to understand the physical business. Is that search engine. Optimization is going to be your best friend because this is how people choose where to go for something like an aesthetics physician right to go to a clinic. They're gonna shop around. They're gonna do some research and they're going to do through google so you definitely need a website because google wants to see that you have a presence the second thing. Our argument other than a website is listing. Your business on google. Google will list your business so it's found as a local business that means when somebody searches for your business or searches the keywords in her business like aesthetics physician. Your business shows up on google if they're in your local area. This is incredibly important because you automatically get exposure just by being in that searchers local area just like if i write italian restaurant on google. It's gonna show me italian restaurants in my local area. So how do you get listed on google. Well it's actually a pretty simple process You can fall. The step-by-step process by literally writing list. My local business on google on google right then the in the search box. Google gives the steps. Okay but basically google just verify you are actually a physical business. And they're basically going to send you a postcard to address of your local business that it's going to say in google your local businesses at a certain address. It's going to send that postcard address and postcode will have a code will tell you this website. Enter this code. This will verify that this is actually a real physical business located at this address and once you do that. You can update that information on google and you'll be listed. This is actually rule number. One you gotta do this. You gotta list your local business on google. So people could find you locally. Now that you're listed. Google reviews are really important and they will get you to the top of that list when people search for your type of business in your local area so this is incredibly important. When you have a new business is to get people to review you on google. Now if you're on a clinic you have an advantage of the fact that people are filling out forms. They're going to spend a little time. You're clinic asana fast interaction. So even after their first consultation you hand them an ipad and ask to give you a review on the spot as soon as the concentrations over. It's going to take two seconds and it's okay. They've already spent thirty minutes to an hour. They're not really in a super super rush. Not going to do it but more people than not will do. And you'll get the reviews. You need every time. Somebody comes in for a consultation. I know you need some foot traffic to make the happen but this should be a practice. Should be procedure. Every time somebody finishes any kind of consultation give you google review next. You need to look into your local area and find some partnerships you need to find other businesses that will have similar customers and partner with them. Money you an example. My local burger joint has a deal with The local cinema where they have a dealer you by burger and drink and you get a movie ticket for x. amount of price so it's like a bundle deal so in this case. The theater is benefiting because they're getting free advertising. They're getting free marketing from this burger joint now in reverse. The theater will do a similar bundle deal. Advertising to the theater goers go and grab a burger from this local burger joint now if you have aesthetics clinic you may want to look into the local dentists. People that go to the dentist are often doing it for cosmetic reasons not just for health reasons and you can do some sort of partnerships or sort of deal where you can give them sort of discount. Some sort of bundle With every purchase of something at the dentist like checkup or a whitening and you can do the same for the dentist on your side. The players is that you're not just blanket advertising to every single person these are ideal customers people that are willing to spend money on the same things so somebody who's willing to whiten. Their teeth is going to be willing to do something at your clinic. They're willing to spend money at what you offer. So the deal makes sense for both not only the customer but also you in the dentists next if you want to do a mass offer and get maximum exposure you should look into offering a deal on groupon now. Groupon is not a money maker. You have to see this as a customer acquisition tool often people break-even they don't really make much money on the group on deal the whole point of getting the group on just to get people through the door so they can come back and be a repeat. Customer group demands that you actually have a pretty lucrative deal pretty attractive deal and of course they get their cuts at the end of the day. You probably don't make much money but again it's a customer acquisition tool to get them to really love your experience and then come back for additional consultations next some of us. We tried to get more and more different customers. Instead of trying to get the same customers to come in more often is another way you can grow your businesses. Hey instead of trying to get fresh blood incentivize your current customers even if you have five customers that once a year have five customers. Come once a month. You just went from five to sixty sales and you could use bundle packages. I don't massage therapists do this all the time. Where you they can buy in bulk where they could buy six therapies in one shot. Another method is what is done in the restaurant business. Where when they come in for the first time after the first consultation you give them like a card that entitles them to something for free with their knicks consultation. So for example. If i was running a massage clinic or massage shop. I can give him a card. That says you're going to get a free twenty five minute Foot scrub with your next treatment. So it encourages them to show up and comeback and even though you're giving away a twenty five minute foot scrub they're coming in for a consultation and they're getting another experience another win and it becomes more of a tradition more of a regular staple in their life to come to your shop to come to your business.
Here's what will determine whether Urban Meyer will succeed as Jaguars coach
"So rj breaking news here. It is a live radio show in anytime we have breaking news. We enjoy it especially when it's the news that just came out a short time ago. That urban meyer is the new head coach of the jacksonville. Jaguars so what you're saying is the podcasts. Are going to spend twenty five minutes speculate. And if he goes there or not aren't live okay. Except that i agree with you. I find this fascinating. Remember now i'm in ohio state graduate and obviously to some degree in urban meyer fan. I'm not a huge urban. Meyer fan to be honest with you because i don't love that every it seems like there's a a prima donna element to him aspect to him. The idea that okay. When i'm wanted you know it's like the girl who that always likes the guy chasing a right but once she said it was in. She's looking for that next guy to chase her. Because let's be honest if you're getting rewarded if you're getting flowers and candy. It's fine right the day to day grind isn't as fun and if you look at what the buckeyes of done sense. Urban meyer laughed with coach day. You can make the case. It's superior though they haven't won a national title yet that you know is your two year period. You could make the case that urban meyer did better. I don't know but i mean so. Now the question is well how much urban meyer is recruiting. Lay the groundwork. And all that. And i think that's true no doubt about it but in the nfl. You don't recruit. I mean you could say you do to some degree with free agency but it feels like to me. One of the reason college coaches don't do well in the nfl isn't because they're so overmatched that it's not that the xs and os are so beyond them. I have no doubt urban meyer's ability offensively especially with his scheme with his coaching. Ability is going to be fine if not extraordinary but it feels like that to be a great college coach. At least half of it is recruiting. And you're taking that great attribute urban meyer highs in making a nonfactor.
Is Mourinho to Blame for Spurs' Poor Form?
"It's thursday. i'm gap. He's jewels jobs. We got so much stuff going on because mountie. She'll put your gino winning his first trophies manager. I think his first kofi ever i. We'll be joined by franklin buff to talk a little bit about that in a minute. Manchester united top of the league first time in january. First time since the sir. Alex ferguson era by your munich. Out of the german cups is i don't mean the be. Let's start with tottenham hotspur because we've been talking about their chances are they're going to be better worse than last year. How they're pushing. I feel like i've seen this again. I think they've dropped ten points from leading positions. They played fulham last night. You figure you know not easy but full no time to prepare as well. We'll get to that in a minute. And there's more count sempe gab. They take the lead the play well for twenty five minutes and then they stop the talking and they just want to protect that lead. They want to control the game to manage the game. But there's another hour to go. But he's not a bad idea necessarily when you've sawn and harry kane and all these counter-attackers but you don't even counterattack. You do nothing. You just sit deep and you just wait and we saw that against wolves. What wolf scored in the end we against palace. Guess what in the end and now we see that a home at home against fulham where you just stop playing hurricane. One sean tonga. The whole game. That's his goal twenty minutes in after that. Nothing just nothing and i just don't understand why i'm more for protecting your lead in the last ten minutes you bring another center box in or i don't know you you put back five and you you make sure that you don't leave to more space and etc but no one. There's an hour to go. Don't give not extra confidence to the opposition team. Don't invite pressure. don't let them play. I i take your point. I'm wondering if maybe this was a game. Where i thought was very good when he was on the pitch. This is maybe a game where i always mentioned him. But if you have a lasalle so that you can bring on that may be all of a sudden you can keep the ball more. You can keep the ball further away. You can be a little bit more balanced in in how you do it. You know rather than going. I mean if you're if you're just right now do you go and you knock it down. Levi's store and say look. Don't look at me. This is the best i can do in this thing. That's true i don't. I'm sorry. I don't think that's the best you can do. I don't know the price. I lease the last time i spoke to some of them. They were happy but since december the six when they went top of the table the seven in the league. They lost two hundred four. I mean this is. This is not good enough. This is just not good enough. And i think you could say your needs better player or you need different profiles there and they're still. I still think that he gets his wrong. That tactics is wrong because the pleasure doing what he says. he's saying. Okay win the lead saw against arsenal in a second of and they were up and that was fine and they managed to get out and okay good but as we said against war against pilots against on this. Just not good enough. I'm sorry you keep talking. Last night. In a game against tim against fulham who had played three days three days before with the strongest team in the africa because he didn't play again for another week.
Kerri Richardson | From Clutter to Clarity
"Allow. Everybody it's read tracy. Welcome back to the you can. Heal your life podcast. Today our guest is going to be kerry. Richardson and carey wrote a book for. Hey house called. What is your clutter trying to tell you and then her newest book is from cluttered clarity and so obviously see the topic for today. It's going to be all about clutter. And i think in today's times with all the spending more time at home and more time with ourselves and our thoughts were noticing clutter in our houses and cluttering our brain. So i think kerry might be able to help how you doing. Carrie ann doing great. Thanks so much for having me on and just so in case you're wondering Carey do you still live in your tiny little house. Your two hundred forty square foot house share of kerry went from two thousand square feet to two hundred forty square feet so when it comes to physical clutter. I don't think she has a whole lot in there. I check out. She's a real expert and she doesn't live alone in the square pd. I live here with my wife and our two cats. So it's four of us in this little place right exactly so to get started. What are what are the things that you've learned. that causes. clutter both physical clutter and mental. Clutter yeah god. It's such a good question because it's it's such a bigger topic than people realize in the greatest sense so i have found through my work with people that there are really three. Common core causes of any kind of clutter. Whether that's piles of paperwork. You know exploding closets draining relationships and the three core causes our limiting beliefs unrealistic expectations and a lack of boundaries. So when i work with my clients and students and we chiseled down beneath the surface of what's going on in their life. I always come to one of those three right and so when you come to those three what are how do we help with that. So how do we help with unrealistic expectations limiting beliefs or lack of boundaries. Can you give us some tips or ideas. Absolutely so so. Unrealistic expectations is probably the most accessible one. That people can work on right away. This this is you know if you say as soon as i have a free weekend. I'm gonna clean out my garage. That doesn't happen. You know it takes a very special kind of person to actually follow through on that promise to themselves because the job is just too big and the length of time. You're expecting yourself to work on. It is way too long so you can handle unrealistic expectations right away by saying you know what this is a big job. The size of this job overwhelms me actually prevents me from getting started so i always encourage people to work. In these little rounds. I call them palm rounds. That's p. o. M. but that's really just a short term for the pomodoro technique. This is a time management. Tool that i didn't invent i just love it. It's as simple as this. So you choose task you're going to work on. You eliminate all distractions so no email no cell phone. That people know you're not available and you set a timer for twenty five minutes and you work on that task just until that timer runs out and then you take a five minute break. That does a couple things. Not only doesn't make more doable. Because it's such a finite amount of time but it helps get your resistance on board that part of you. Who is really good at talking. You out of doing the things you say you wanna do when if you say. Let's clean out the garage resistance. Go oh no way. That's way too big but if you say well let's just try for twenty five minutes and see how we feel. It can see that kind of light at the end of the tunnel and it'll be much more willing to get started
The Big Red Button
"I'm gabrielle. Sierra and this is why it matters today a look inside the rules for nuclear launch in the united states and the risks of giving one person so much power. Hey i'm alex bill and i name is abigail sto thurston. Bell and stow. Thurston are both experts at the center for arms control and non-proliferation an ngo that focuses on nuclear security. This means they spent every day thinking about how to prevent nuclear war. Okay so the only person that is in charge of launching a nuclear attack is the president. There's no stopgap. There's no other people he asked to consult. There's nothing else just his decision. Yes so there's no requirement that the president consult with anyone they can and our command and control system is designed so that he can get in contact with advisers that he wants to speak to but no requirement that he consult with anyone before we go any further. Let's get our terms straight. There are two kinds of nuclear strikes retaliation. And i use. The details are complex but both are essentially what they sound like. Retaliation involves responding to a nuclear attack with a nuclear attack. I use means being the first to use nuclear weapons in conflict. Neither of these scenarios requires the president to consult with experts. So if the scene with the big board and the president talking to all of his advisors doesn't need to happen. What actually does need to happen. The protocol for launching nuclear weapon is highly secretive but the main components are known. Could you walk me through. How a i use nuclear strike would go down. It basically starts with the president deciding that he wants to use a nuclear weapon. He can decide this because he feels like an attack is imminent on the united states. He can decide it because we're in a conflict and he wants to use a nuclear weapon to end the conflict you know basically escalate so far that the other side will back down or it could just decide. He wants to use a nuclear weapon their issues surrounding whether or not it would be a legal order. But i think in the heat of the moment you're not gonna have a bunch of lawyers running into the room saying i don't think this is legal. He actually has a direct line to the national military command center. This facility run by the pentagon is ready at any minute of the day to receive a launch order remember. The president is the commander in chief of the military. All he has to do is pick up the phone. Indicate the target and the number of weapons he would like to launch. He has something called biscuit which is a little card that has launch codes on them. Someone verifies that is in fact the president giving this order. The order goes out and within five minutes from the president deciding. I want to launch a nuke to nuke in the air. That's how easy it is terrifying short amount of time and terrifyingly easy today and you're relying on the person who has the authority to know and have thought through all of those consequences. We take it for granted that that person will have thought about that before they do it. There's no checker balance to make sure that that presidents in the right head space has thought through everything has talked with our allies. None of that's there and has it always been this way. So historically commanders did have the ability in the eisenhower administration at the beginning of the nuclear age to use nuclear weapons on their own authorities. Should they not be able to get into contact with the president and then it was in the kennedy administration that we really solidify the idea that it should be the president and the president alone that the consequences of nuclear use is so massive that it really should be a decision at the top level. The idea being that. The american public would always electa relational and straight thinking president and And so that's why. This sort of very undemocratic process develops was a bit of a nuclear monarchy. So the idea was that this one person who was elected by all these people would have the wherewithal to make the right decision in this situation. Yeah it was theorized that way but not everybody always agreed with it. In fact during the height of the cold war there was a lot of debate about whether or not this was a good structure and it kind of went to macab places at times where somebody was positing that. Actually you should have the launch codes in a pill inserted inside of the heart of military attache and the president would actually have to kill that military attache to get the codes and be able to kill hundreds of thousands of people. Obviously that was not an actionable plan by theorists at the time is sort of making the case about how much you're putting on the shoulders of one person and whether or not that's a good idea when it comes to a weapon that's capable of flattening cities and and beyond the stakes surrounding the decision to launch a nuclear first strike are as high as they get and since the attacks on hiroshima and nagasaki. No president has done so in an ideal world the president would think and hard and hear a wide range of opinions before undertaking a first strike but when it comes to the other nuclear scenario retaliation the president would not usually have the luxury of time for retaliation you have to be able to decide and execute the retaliation and a very short time. Lsu you risk being wiped out neutralize before you can do. so this is richard vets. He's the director of the saltzman institute of war and peace studies at columbia university. An adjunct senior fellow here at the council he's served on the senate select committee on intelligence the national security council and advised three cia director's. How short is that time. Well that depends on where you are between india and pakistan which right next to each other could be almost instantaneous. for the united states and russia the Time was generally thought to be once. The missile age began about twenty to twenty five minutes list for the united states depending on various technical details.
Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts
"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Twenty five minutes of the hour thank you so much for tuning into the kick off our hearing about the shows the boys thirty minutes from joining us on the main show until then we'll hold the hold it down for me to get to the top of the hour Eddie Van Adler is with if you could live in a day you will make today yeah I got an update for you guys I know you've been worried about it just really quick day let me go back to the no call in the science rams game remember that yeah well Louisiana Supreme Court has refused to revive a New Orleans Saints fans a lawsuit against the NFL over officials failure to call a penalty at that crucial point in the January playoff game if we all remember back the court denied a motion to rehear the case without comment yesterday attorney Antonio LeMond filed the lawsuit after officials failed the flag the the rams player for are an obvious obvious pass interference and illegal helmet to helmet hit the no call help the rams beat the saints we all remember that in advance to the Super Bowl but the Louisiana Supreme Court has said all right we're stamp in the yes it's official we will not revive the lawsuit it is gone for good because it was stupid in a statement they said that basically LeMond the attorney that filed this he said all right I'm not going to it when he was denied I guess what was it in September the state Supreme Court ruled against him in September and he said it first he would appeal but he changed his mind Hey buddy it's just stupid it cannot can I ask you this real quick and help me because it might just be early onset I don't understand the sentence if you all could help me here it let me know who's on first it says the state Supreme Court ruled against Lamont in September I just said I you stated that he first said he would appeal I just stated that and this is where it gets weird here but he changed his mind after the Catholic Church sided elements of the NFL decision in a request to dismiss ongoing litigation against church officials over alleged sexual abuse comma what is what is that we have lost me them out I know it's in the story if I may is a bad comment on that but he says we we came out and everything so I lost in September that's it I'm done I'm not gonna appeal wait a minute I changed my mind I'm going to appeal the calls of the Catholic Church sided elements of the NFL decision in a request to dismiss ongoing litigation against church officials over alleged sexual abuse I don't get that at all I don't know what that has to do I'm trying to get somebody help rattling mind around I it's almost like they put a different story in this one I don't know maybe somebody can call and clarify that somehow the church use the fact that the NFL case was dropped the these charges should be dropped to in this certain situation and then when he heard that I don't know I think the best thing I think you still mad about the same was well I think the best thing that came from that whole thing is the on target commercial with drew Brees I don't think I've seen have you not more he's walking down the guy's got his son took his shirt on he goes like somebody got a Cup made the right call good one and it is funny because these days he's right embattled revisions made some bad decisions on his dress and I got finally got it sure yeah Hey some have finally made the right call or finally yeah how about that yeah I don't understand that guy thought jobs do not understand that last one there yeah I I just the way it's written in a know what about the US I'm gonna bank all right what in this room and in the meantime I would watch the court's time with his gun game you moron all right so he's going to change his mind and is appealing after the Catholic Church okay sided elements of the NFL decision also they're saying the church sided yeah elements of our decision in a request to dismiss ongoing litigation against church officials over alleged sexual abuse and then suddenly now I don't out anyway there's your update the they look right trying to call we got on so we could do an on screen phone calls I made now listen if this is not what to come by Bulma no I think I may be that I be on screen yeah I don't know what's up let's go to on screen phone calls hello you're on the Rick about shows kick off our what's up regards later on good from garden wall if you're going to study I thought that was a good decision by Louisiana spring court so that offices might not there but for all the people out there there was and and the final day there was another state Supreme Court lawsuits that actually went through and I think it's probably even worse than this one and that will bring his Medicaid word bowl on spring court in Connecticut thank you that ring in the base fare for shooting that happened with their guns yeah yeah yeah yeah wow they know we're gonna go there yeah David you're right yeah I mean I'm engines so you dying alone yeah then that crazy but I mean because it there's only legal product yeah Brian how people choose you know to do that is not owned them correct yeah anyway yeah correct I don't know I don't know what room to get it done right and is a horrible thing to don't get me wrong sure sure but this is basically our audience when it comes to the set to the paragraph that we've read and nobody can understand yes I have no idea what's in there but maybe is the the morning progresses and again it could be somebody calling and saying Hey this is what's up with the okay if in may for not knowing that but anyway there's your update today if you're looking for one when it comes to the ruling and I forgot all about it yeah go ahead and that was actually his about his attitude hello is that we're trying to talk to is speaking of your computer and I I I witnessed something at last segment we're talking about Dawson now the podcast and that's going to to do that with him that entire segment and you've got this new screen cleaner thing yeah it's a little like a rectangle and and all you did there in this segment was clean your phone yeah and I noticed something else a speedy ask if he could borrow it and you wanna give it time they're also going to be a very dirty it up unless you're very protective of that little screen cleaner I mean what's the deal what if I mean you have really you you really taken this with this thing well I would say the show everybody what we're talking it is a little it's a it looks like a bigger radio a promotion that handles are marching us your we make we do that now is your personal stuff and this is awesome it actually has a spray painter and then discovers these get really dirty and then speeding at an **** worse and now to our gosh I cleaned at one time but and you just it because my screen gets filled well mine does too and I've been of I look I know that one point you had a bottle of the screen cleaner and a and a rag in your office and we just it was just a community Dale Dr I'm afraid to ask to borrow well here's the thing instructions that day you not to spray the cleaner direct screens normally yeah why didn't they just so you know I didn't I didn't spray anything because I know you always are at the rec room screen yeah but see looking I'm using my phone to Hey you've used it buddy you've already done that to it yeah well it works really good you something else hi how ya like that like that look some of the things I don't get it you just gotta love a late speedway not allowed to have what I won't do I won't ask the board and I was mine that I will not ask now I was wanting to ask right I don't know you own JDA I have no idea well I think it's only got a limited amount of times is going to work good right well let me tell you something why should you or you're using right now is not in doing good thanks buddy you or were you really pushing the envelope how many times you music that I think use it three already then you push your pushing down like your try yes sand paper her hand yeah it's not getting he messed up on my gosh let's jump back out and findings eight six six will be bigger on a train came in about half the live with them yeah all yeah yeah go ahead the call I figure out speculators got to become Catholic right at the when I brought it up he thought his sign from god that he need to continue is also a man but what do you guys use they supposedly you referred back to this lawsuit in the van in these people I would just like to know what they say okay so why would the Catholic Church site elements of the NFL decision and their request to dismiss ongoing litigation I don't understand that one eight six six week big its on screen phone calls on the kick off our what's up hello I yeah I found a Turkey south this year we are not gonna do Turkey tells this year yeah we got there if you're out there that I got new category for the trainees like if I would kick in and identifies that the tire okay there you go you see you never know he might got here are great Hey Marty got screened out but he didn't eight six six we be big the phones are now blowing up eight six six we beg your own on screen phone calls what's up Hey all orders nearby is never far to Gregory can help you one time when I was there I was right it was a three yeah yeah see both of those right there would have been screened out but not you're not answering phone calls eight six six way be big hello good morning gentlemen Hey right just the piggy back off lawsuit thank god this now mean if this goes brunette successful that if my family members killed by a drunk driver the Chevrolet for any other vehicle man yeah exactly well you know that's ours right but now you're on and again it was a horrible thing or we're not planned I don't know how close currently that's a legal product you know and someone took it and you can take any product in their bad with it sure yeah I don't know eight six six way be big on screen phone calls hello you're on the show I think that the law is built on precedent and that lawyer down in Louisiana was worried that he was helping make somebody at all and so you wanted to go forward with that appeal in order for the Catholic Church not to be able to rest on a bad foundation that if he let me given here how you got a attempted to use it because it seems to me that would be awesome if you're saying okay yeah that's good man thank you that's my thinking expedient erase your great job that okay thanks appreciate it well he knows you know great can help to just come out that off the year we were yeah right if he messed up my point I'm thinking about giving my Christmas bonus Hey look at me well that's what Amanda.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Two on the twenty five minutes the pre game if you forgot the ages of twenty two games of the Orioles today denied double header game one pregame show twelve twenty five James stood on the ball for the eighties and played the second game later tonight at seven OO five will live for the black bears CO delicious blackberry jelly beans and she's only at shoprite Joe's on vacation return next week the red hot Orioles they have a one game winning streak they had a walk off yesterday real room we set the game winning home run against Roberto Osuna not that it's a surprise because taxes a lefty but Ruiz is an on line up which always takes me off I think the same thing with Louis scare me over the weekend of a guy hits a big home run forget the match up for a second one to give the guy give the guy a start it starred maybe shot but then again we live in a time in which there is no such thing as being hot I get your calls in a minute is real quick about this Antonio brown fiasco that's going on right now obviously Antonio brown according to Adam Schefter ease threatening to retire unless he can uses all helmet and over the weekend I want to do more research on what the heck's going on with this helmet so basically the NFL Players Association or trying to make the game safer at least that's what they tell us they're trying to make the game safer in so that all sorts of tests to try to get helmets that would help with any kind of concussion to help avoid getting concussions so they agreed on certain helmets that now are mandatory in need to be used by NFL players I have not heard publicly any NFL player complained about the how much they have to wear Antonio brown is the first one is legitimately making a federal case over it he even filed a grievance with the National Football League an independent arbitrator will listen to it maybe this is my political side of me my libertarian side of me but what I would do if I'm the NFL and the NHL did this with the helmets is I would say look these are the helmets that we think are safest we strongly advise that you use these helmets but we are gonna grandfather you a in since you've been in the league at a time in which other how much were allowed to allow you to use what ever helmet you want but here's the caviar if something happens to you it is all of your fault it is not our fault we warn you we told you this is a better helmet we told you this is safer this is what our research told you but you know what Antonio anybody else at the end of the day it's your brain did your head you know the deal you know how we feel about that helmet you know how we feel about the new helmets but all we can do is advise the one thing you can do is you can tell rookies coming into the league this is the rule now deal with it and what makes that easier is they won't know any better these are the rules the plan astral football league you have to use this helmet so the more I think about it I don't know if I loan in forcing a helmet rule when it's not a competitive balance edge then if you're doing something that you think alters competitive balance then yeah you've got a instituted for everybody but if you basically make the player sign some kind a waiver that says this is on you bow what I'm doing when we're still be how many want to wear the helmet he wants to put his brain at risk okay that's him that's up to him you know what you get into now the NFL is not gonna do that the NFL clearly has this firm rule in they're going to fight tooth and nail because the NFL does not want to give an inch and as I've said before about Antonio brown there is no evidence that there was more going on with him they just a helmet rule alright this is been going on for over a year now dating back to his time in Pittsburgh Antonio brown is acting very weird and upon the Oakland Raiders I'd be nervous that even if his helmet thing is sorted out they'll be something next whether it's the quarterback and how he doesn't like him whether it's something with the coaching staff whether it's the grass isn't greener off whatever it is something will come up with Antonio brown and that is why is a jet fan I do want to trade for eight months ago I was scared I don't do it the lady on bell was a a better risk then Antonio brown is obvious you have to give up something to get Antonio brown that's a part of it but I was more concerned about the actions coming from him the actions coming from leaving a bell with me bill made a business decision Antonio brown jacket all sorts of weird right now with all that said I'm a believer that if you're the lead and your the Players Association I wouldn't have a problem with saying this is what our research tells us this is why you should use this helmet and but we'll grandfather any body into where whatever helmet they want just understand you are putting yourself at risk then I don't have a problem with toll free numbers eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six of her Jake in Manhattan who's on the fan would subject are you doing good let's say that they were doing all these wrestling after out podcast I'm a big fan of and Lloyd look lets you jump I appreciate it's fun to do it's fun after SummerSlam edges battle about it for a half hour so I it was a hell of a main event I got to the save that agreement thing and I I one is coming real quick about the internet on there forget you mentioning a month to go before the trade deadline and without creating she also about you know be scared and the extra work for him and I remember all just enter a treat for him we have a wide receiver so you know because you insofar as you know call that out because the future New York I get it you know he has a right to the helmet thing I agree with you on that but this is in New York right now it would just be clean and you know what all my contacts as far as the as far as kind of naturally speaking to the jet also wanted to point out that let me on it's just being I am shocked with how just how well he can speaking saying every right being it's it's almost like a breath of fresh air in almost like things like why we actually got some that's not the case reading a major but I'm really looking at the injury start to pile up and I just need to gently all around training game if you would notice you there's been more injuries every year in training camp at the previous year and is just getting ridiculous the point where I'm looking up today were assembly are often the one minute now hurt we got a cover you got a little banged up true needs now banged up like just to the point where it's like how hard these guys pushing himself in trade in our heart of the coaches pushing them and I say that thanks again thank you I think the problem is I don't they're too restrictive on the rules and we've talked about this for a few years now I think we've talked about it with Paul to Tino we've talked about it with a lot of football guys that they have become so restrictive on what you're allowed to do in practice that that could be causing injuries you're not able to do enough stuff so and that's not good for the league let's go to Alan form park with apparent Hey Evan I just wanted to ask you about there's preview car talking about Arnold care listen if Brandon Nimmo come back up when you send down the week your may over and all care because then you could have read in a moment center he's an actual center fielder you Michael Conforto one right JD Davis and laugh now you send me are made down you play McNeil at second base and then Joe Panik comes off the bench apple why would you want to our an old here is really really bad I mean the guy is a walking strikeout the guy this season combined with the Mets and the Phillies I guess he had an at bat with the giants at some point is hitting always seventy four he's for for fifty four that is starting pitching level bad and even last year with the Phillies the got it one eighty one so in the last two years he has proven he is legitimately a god awful her so your point is fair in terms of the versatility of Jeff McNeil and that allows you to do so many different things because McNichol playwright McNichol place second but why would you one hour an altar on this roster another day John in Somerset New Jersey what's going on jump not to correct you but actually Tom Brady B. come out complain about the new helmets supposedly walking after field vision Tom Brady didn't give any civil war like an ideal condo we you know it's not just Antonio grass is just the only one taking it to the next level but Tom is not a fan of it all right one hundred percent we'll thank you not only most athletes are gonna threaten retirement because they don't like the helmet that they're wearing that's where Antonio brown is again showing that something's off because that's that's an extreme reaction to it rich in White Plains a rich Hey Evan how are you good kudos to the Mets manager Mickey used D. as in a way that it couldn't hurt to match also revealing the fact that you can't put a man you can't put him in when the game counts I think in his last six appearances he's given up runs one of two runs in five of them yeah you know so I think he's a done deal I I I trust familiar watching him more than I do DS what does that tell you that our point well I don't I don't I don't see it south laughable by what really is being shown us recently you know I'm saying I did your parents I don't trust either and I think Mickey Callaway's handling a right Mickey Callaway is no longer blindly just going to Edwin D. as in every big situation any show that Saturday night by sticking with Seth Lugo he showed you that because I think we all assume that once the Mets took the lead that DS was coming in and he allowed Seth Lugo to finish the job this is from this morning in reference to a caller mentioned earlier about Tom Brady Tom Brady was asked this morning on W. E. I. about the helmet things so that the one thing about Brady complaining about to that that isn't really fair is breeding complained about it when he was asked about the Antonio brown situation I think that's a little bit different it's not as if Tom Brady was standing there two months ago saying a boys home at six he was asked this morning and I think that's a natural question now for everybody a place in the NFL Hey what do you think the helmet Hey waiting in the helmet and Tony brown's talking about retirement and he said quote I've been experimenting with a couple of different ones and I don't really love the one that I'm in but I don't really have much of a choice Brady said on WEEI so I'm just trying to do the best I can to work with it yeah I mean that's that's what everybody's gonna do that's why even though I'll defend the idea that.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Totally get what you're saying. But no, I think you have a really good point there that it's all just about, like it's all about the money. Yeah. Yeah. Amanda, it's, it's really a shame but to get to the game, Kevin. Let me just apologize that this has happened to arsenal this. I did not think this was going to happen at all. I'm gonna I'm gonna let you I want you to talk about the game. But I just want to talk about a how as a fan I felt watching this game going into, you know, I was I was kind of excited, I was looking forward to it because even though it's the Europa league. It's Chelsea arsenal. Man. It's primp battle. It's the London battle. Hell. Yes. And, and so for the entire first half, you know, it's, it's kind of a worthless first half to be honest. No goals. No, nothing. No real signs of truly attacking and then the second half started. I'm by the sixtieth minute. My job was to the floor Kev, and I was shaking my head as to what the hell. Happen to this, this team in the in the matter of, you know, twenty five minutes and by the end of it, I, I just texted you that I'm sorry. And I'm sorry. S A R. I because that that was a massacre. I'm so sorry. Yeah, let's just start off by going in before the match arsenal. And Chelsea arsenal had everything to play for Chelsea are just are just showing up like if anyone had stakes in this race it was all on arsenal. And I had predicted that they would win because they would show up knowing this is their only chance into Champions League football Chelsea already in. They have nothing to play for aside silverware. They don't care about. So I all I had was lock is a Bum Yang. That was my only hope because besides them it's just a bunch of guys. Besides lock is in a bomb young, it's just dudes just a bunch of dudes. I. In the first twenty minutes, I thought you know, when I m res tactics were spot on he was really exposing as of a Quetta a bomb yanking lock is that we're getting good hookups Mets. Ozo- looked pretty okay in the first twenty minutes. And then after that, I don't know what sorry did with this halftime speech. Probably crushed a pack of cigarettes in front of them. And just made him watch an anger and. Like, just like didn't say a word just walk and watch me smoke. This whole twenty cigarettes at once this is how angry I am. It's like they were dead punishment instead of making you smoke. The entire pack of cigarettes in front of him. He smokes entire pack of cigarettes in front of you. Look how mad you've made me and then he flushes another pack down, then picks down smokes it. Yeah. But the second half it was just a complete slaughter. It was in the first goal obviously, you know, the whole story line going like, oh, what if you root scores? And then when he did everyone's like, oh, it had to be Gerard like on paper, it's funny to say, but when it really happens Marin it is. So demoralizing like to think that this guy who had won several FA cubs had been like, you know, I have his jersey and my God damn for gin closet, and I have a Jerudong jersey in the see this man happily score. He didn't celebrate. He didn't celebrate. But he had a nice quote after the game saying thank you arsenal. God damn it. It, it just stunk me so much. And then to see Eden hazard just have his way with this horrible, horrible arsenal defense, which we've known from the start like I don't know. The greatest, quote is always about arsenal. It's the hope that kills you why did I have so much hope going into this game? When I know our away record has been a business. We blew the last like ten games of the season to get knocked out of the top four we are competition in the Europa league, you can look on paper and say they were pretty good, but domestically, they're not that great Napoli were Valencia. I don't know why I think that arsenal is a good squad. They just brainwash me. It's like an x that keeps fucking over. I keep thinking they're going to change. But they haven't, and it just hurts so much. And it's always the same thing. This.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on KTRH
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"twenty five minutes" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff
"Well, so it's not great to be in a position where you have to like drive. So I went I always carry migraine medication on me. So I went to the gas station on bought a bottle of water, and I took my migraine meds. And I drove straight home. I took one of my grandma's. But I carry them in this little box has a lot of pills. And actually, I couldn't fuck and see the pills because of my own. No. And so I like, I was I was like, okay, I'm gonna take a picture of the pills, and I'm gonna send to Catherine, and I'm gonna ask Catherine to identify my pills because you know, how you can what the pills all say things on them Uku goal. Yeah. That's gonna do it. Because I couldn't read it. And I googled like five different things that I thought it said because I couldn't make out one of the characters. You didn't really didn't do that text. I know that job. Okay. But here's what happens. So it was like fuck I can't figure it out. I'm gonna take pictures of the fucking the pills are really small in their white. And so every time I took a picture of the glare was making the couldn't. The writing. So my phone has like ten pictures of like single pill. And I was like, okay. I am like eighty five percent. Sure. This is my migraine medication. I'm just gonna fucking take it and like hope for the best. So after the aura the for like twenty five minutes, and on the pain sets in and just content note, if you don't like hearing about things that happen to your body and things that come out of your body because I'm gonna go there just quickly. I cannot describe to you like I was telling Andrea the next day that it felt like I had to throw up, but like out of the top of my head like, I don't know. So that's happening. Plus, there's a pain that is like someone has an ice pick inside your head. It's like, I it's so brutal, Catherine I and then after that happens, you're so sensitive to light and sound. And like all of your senses are just like a concussion my head that experience it was wild. Sensitively? It's wild, right? You're. Yeah. You hear your brain like working overtime and louder and light stronger. And there was a laser light show going on. Yeah. Yes. You're like a bat like you can hear people like you can hear like a cat walking across the street anyway. And then after that, you know, you just I just feel like my body's been through like a would shepper and the next day. I'm like blurry, and I can't concentrate, and I kind of feel like after throw up in my head kind of hurts a little bit and. And I get sad. And she was like a mess. So the point is we were actually we had big plans on Sunday morning..
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Could do is more of the same as what is happening at the border. Thank you. You just want to know when you want to go home. Let's see what they come back. Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, the democratic leader on Capitol Hill today government funding for parts of the government under dispute run out on Friday. And White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will be holding a briefing at one thirty pm eastern live coverage here on C span radio. US news and World Report says that the White House today released its long awaited school safety report recommending among other things that department of education scrap Obama era guidance aimed at reducing the number of students of color who are disciplined a move that ignited a firestorm among civil rights groups, the education secretary, Betsy DeVos was among those on a White House teleconference today. This runs twenty five minutes. Thank you all for joining us this morning. What we're here to discuss is not pleasant, but it's necessary after the tragedy parkland, Florida this administration took swift action no parent should feel for their child's life. When they go to school and no student or teacher should ever have to worry about their safety at school. Sadly incidents of school violence are too common, and too many families and communities have faced these horrible challenges. But Americans have never shied away from challenges nor have we colored when evil manifest itself. President Trump showed leadership by promptly convening students families and educators to have honest dialogue about school violence across convert congress to pass six Knicks and the stop school violence act. And when the president asked me to chair the federal commission on school safety. He rightly insisted that our nation must come together to address the underlying issues that foster a culture of violence. He noted that we cannot keep our children safe by only looking at one aspect of this much larger problem, the president directed the attorney general health and Human Services Secretary, Alex as our homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen and myself to explore a range of issues, including mental health treatment, social and emotional learning. The impact of school research resource. Officers have on school safety to impact a violent entertainment on the development of children, the gaps or failures among local officials when they are aware of a troubled student and failed to act. And a number of other issues today, we will present our.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I said now I have to have cataract surgery. I'm getting old. I'll tell you. What's good thing? I'm still reasonably good looking. Because my eyes are like going, and they I went to say when you when you have Medicare like, I do, you know, you can get all of this stuff done. But it's a process. Hi, everyone. Welcome to this edition of asked the garden. Geek, my name is Michael gross. I am your, you know. Problematic host. And I am here to enlighten you in and talk about cataracts going to talk about gardening in a minute. But let me get this cataract thing off, my my left eye is is bad. I went this is just so ridiculous. I had a client that I met. It was a one time thing down in in Bradenton on the other side of the sunshine skyway bridge, as it turns out this client. She wasn't my client her her realtor turned out to be was my client. But she was there, and I met her and I just absolutely loved her property. It was there was the she was buying it was filled with all kinds of tropical plants that I can't grow where I live, and she's just, you know, forty miles south of here, but it's in a different growing zone. And I was just relishing her backyard. I'm talking to you about by the way, she was stunningly beautiful, and she had all these questions. So I answered all of her gardening. Questions for about twenty five minutes when I really had to leave. And I and I found out that she was an opthamologist. I said, oh good. You're an ophthalmologist. She. Yes, I said, I hoped you. Now, you get to help me. She does I'll do anything. I said wonderful. Let's go out to dinner have somewhat night and say that I said look into my eyes and tell me what's going on. I said, you know, especially in my left eye. She grabbed my face a literally she took both hands. She grabbed my face, and she pulled me very close, and she looked into my eyes, very very carefully and she popped back. And she said you have a cataract in your left eye. You have many small cataracts. And you're right. I, but you have a cataract in your left die and you need to go. See an ophthalmologist now they're gonna want you to go see an optometrist, but go see an ophthalmologist because you need to have that taking care of. So I said, okay. So I go through my insurance company. I tell them, you know, I said, I talked to an optimal. Just she told me I needed to go to an ophthalmologist and have this looked at you're right. These as I said, you know, but you have to have your primary care physician take care of that for you. So I called up my primary care physician, and I talked to her and she said, yes, I'll take care of that for you. Long story short and believe me, it is a long story, I wound up at this terrible place. This gosh, awful place in its. It was a place in the shopping center next to a pawnshop in a bar and not a bar that you would take your family into. And so I went in there, and I'm having just terrible service and this woman in jeans and a plaid shirt comes out and drags me back and examines my eyes. And I find out she's an optometrist is I want to see an ophthalmology because our system is do this. I've determined that you have cataracts in at I now you need to go see our opthamologist. And I said, okay is he on the other side of the bar because no no, she's either in this really nice building down the road. You you. They made an appointment for two weeks later. So I go in there two weeks later. My second wife took me there. Okay. Because I knew that they were wanting to dilate me again, I was dilated at this first place, and I drove home by myself, which was a total mistake. I mean, just a total scary mistake because it was at rush hour. So my my second wife, Julie, Julie, did I just call Diane, Julie, if she hears this she's going to kick me Julius the third wife. Okay. I'm gonna keep track of these things Leon. I go down there. And I go through the exact same exam. I said don't you have the results from that exempt? And the guy was real honest us. Yeah. But we can charge the insurance company again. So we're doing it all again wonderful. And now he said oh. The next two. Yes, we can it's five minutes surgery. But the next step is you have to come in. And see our our specialists are surgical specialists schedule who's going to measure your eye and recommend lenses for you. And you see them. I said, well, I didn't do that today. Right. No. I mean, this whole thing isn't going to be taken care of by the end of the year. No. So it turns out January twentieth or something I go in and see what in my mind is a salesperson who's going to try an up sell me some kind of a lens. All right. And then he said, we'll schedule the surgery after that for February or probably March that doesn't work for me because I cannot drive at night at all. I cannot drive at night. And I'm having difficulty seeing plants and you've got to look close at plants. I was yesterday. I was at a place where and I was trying to identify a might. And I had my my Magna fire, and I couldn't see it. I mean, I just literally could not see it it. It just was not working for me. And what I do is very visual. I look at plants and determine what's wrong with them. If I if the sun is shining in any strange way, but one I cannot look at trees in see anything. So this is not working for me. I get down and spread grass apart grasp blades apart and look at the root try to look at the root structure. I pulled some grassroots structure out the other I could not see it. So this is not working for me. So insurance changes. On January first, and I'm going to go with my new insurance company, which is a really good insurance company who I will not name, but they are excellent. And I'm going to see a somebody who can take care of this is situated quickly because I'm not going to, you know, I'm just not going to do this. This is terrible. When you. And I know that many of you have had cataract surgery. I was very nervous about having cataract surgery. But after having surgery where they're ripped out one of my kidneys, eighteen pound tumor. I think I can handle cataract surgery. I'm just not terribly worried about it. I'm I'm looking forward to getting it done. So I can see again because everybody I've talked to who said they've had the surgery said it's like a miracle. What would be a miracle if I could get it done. But I guess I'm I live in an area where there's a lot of people that are my age and older who need that surgery and waiting is just you know, and I decided I didn't like this last doctor I didn't like the whole situation. So I'm not following through with him. And I guess if I have to start all over again after the first of the year, I will I will be out looking at plants so and by the way, a lady sent me a beautiful picture of plants with a problem, and I can't see it. I mean, I can see.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Bit like it's almost it's almost like Neil Simon in a way that we're we're the the dialogue is is not in essentially organic. But it has to be played properly. You know for it to work, and you guys are doing great, Eddie. Thank you for. Various difference between. I mean, the one camera Bursaspor cameras I night in days. I mean, I I'm seeing now in such envy of the big bang fair. They're like thirty five hour weeks. Yeah. Maybe forty hour max. Yes, right. Yeah. We're doing seventy rights. It's tirelessly different. Kind of like it's like a it's like a vaudeville. It's almost like a stage production, you, you know, the two-dimensional on the sense, you know, the audiences right out front. You have a live audience and fun. Yeah. With them four cameras via and whatever else versus actually just shooting. You know, we had a real real seen certain locations, but I'm loving it. And I can't say enough about the writing this is why you all the good writers screenwriters, included and move over to television because in television, and the streaming areas that only you were writer, you can be the rush show under your the producer of the show. It's it's it's much more financially. Ben. Official. And now with this stuff with Kaminsky at the half hour comedy. It can be twenty five minutes here. It can be thirty five minutes long to commercial fuck shit piss whenever you want to say or do. It's like a movie. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm having a ball. Yeah. I and I think like it's a generational thing. Like, I see what he's trying to do. Like what you guys are doing it. It's you know, it's something that my parents could love right. But you know, there's also an element where you know, you're watching pros, and you would see them interact with people of a different generation as act, and you know, it it sort of Dave definitely all works. I was very, you know, I was happy to see you guys. Thank you. To here because we're still new, but you're right. I mean, I play I play LA Los Angeles acting teacher, sandy Kamensky. You got a lot of students. And so we had this whole, and obviously, you know, assuming it'd be upcoming season's we're gonna develop these younger kids in the class. Right. All of that and deal with his generation. Okay. So that's that's the next. That's the next fade. I would think San working with Chuck is great. He he's I don't know. How he does it man. I mean, he he promised us that he'd be there like every day, and he was and you know. He's got the, you know, the big bang. He's got young Sheldon. He's got mom. You know? It's just it's it's an amazing. He's got all the money. Yes, he does. So now, you know. So now, you just come out here to work you mostly in the east coast. I live east coast miss out here for a few days. I mean he's are coming up on Monday. The SBA to do something for that what they used to be more fun. Didn't they chose? Yeah. Well, I mean, I yeah. Everything's seemed to be a lot more funding. Just we we had more autonomy in the seventies. As you know, is it wasn't such vertically integrated. I mean studios you went to the head of a studio that was the boss, right? Boss out. Now, it's just a division head, then huge vertically integrated company. And also, I am I remember like I think it was Nicholson talking about what the Golden Globes used to be like it was. It was. Raff? It was crazy. Right. The same between, you know, between Mana drinking was going on what was going on in the bathroom happening. But it wasn't on TV television. He sacked. I was going to just say, that's what changed law these awards. Yeah. Was that was the fact that they had to clean up their act to try to sell it..
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Here in about twenty five minutes. The lake of the synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh that left eleven people dead the country mourns, not only the lives lost. But also the loss of humanity in a sea of hate where do we go from here? We're joined now by branch e Soleil educator, also author of a book called breaking free branch. How do you see it hatred is an everyday occurrence and every week occurrence now in our country, which is really a shame. And what can we do to stop it? That's the big question. I think the one thing we can do though too. Try to understand it is how we respond. You know, it doesn't do us any good to come back angrier than we were or more frustrated once an attack or a tragedy has happened. All we can do is look for solutions and solutions never come in the form of indifference when we started talking about this at the beginning, we talked about the the the amount of hate we're seeing now are we more hateful today or do? We just have more avenues to air. It like social media. I think the second. I don't think we're any more. Hateful. Hateful. He has been with us since the beginning of time, you know, for a long time, especially in this country and its actions were sort of behind closed doors, and in most cases, and the people who are most hurt were those that the attacker or the abuser. Said that he loved the most. Now, we're in a situation where hate has spilled out into our streets. And that's you know, weaponized. So the, hey, this is not I don't think there's any better or any worse than it's ever been certainly more prevalent. Right. What are the individual things we can do to help stem the tide? I guess or some of the pain and most of my books, I talk about spiritual grounding, and I think this is one of the things that we can do as individuals. We can do it as families, and we can do those communities, and that is we have to trust in something or someone wages that ourselves and we have to get grounded spiritually. So that when we respond to these kind of incidents as crazy as it sounds. We respond with love and and forgiveness. I mean, these are people. Who are perpetrating heinous crimes? But you know, a lot of times the hater hates himself more than he hates the victims. And he's lashing out. We just happened to be the targets of those actions. I always suggest to my family, and my friends, you know, we have to come from a place of love as hard as that sounds, and it's difficult is that is to do without forgiveness. There will be no healing that can take place within us. And if it doesn't change within us, then we just contribute to the the ongoing problem, and we can't do that anymore. We're speaking with branch e Sola educator, also author of the book called breaking free. We're talking about coping with hatred in our communities, what are the origins here that really come from home his hatred learned in the home could possibly be in your jeans, while I'm not sure senior jeans, but it can certainly be in your home hatred boils up from things like, prejudice and envy, and greed and a lot of the things that we grow up with us children. Those are first influences, our parents are the ones who we admire the most of the ones that. We copper copy as young children. And if we live in a hate filled home, there's a pretty good chance that you know, that's going to be our outlook on the world as we grow. As we develop. If we are not one of the ones whose sort of outgoing and socialized, if we're introverted or for rejected, we feel of dejection then there's a lot of anger and frustration that may be boiling up inside. And it can come out, you know, in a variety of different ways. A lot of them the kind of naked that we're seeing today could the incident in Pittsburgh be a watershed moments or have we missed too many of these these opportunities already. Wow. What a great question. I don't know that it is a watershed moment. But I don't know that it's not the the problem that I see is hate is not the problem. It's the symptom of the problem and each one of these incidents, we believe is going to be the one that's going. To make a difference. And and move the powers to be in the legislatures to act upon the methodology of of violence, and I just think that we've almost become so desensitized by all of the media, and you know, all the violence that we see as an everyday part of life that I don't know that we can have anymore watershed moment branch branch, easily educator and also author of a book called breaking free. It's thirteen minutes after the hour on this weekend. What does.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Twenty five year shelf life. Yeah, I try to stockpile Taco Bell and it didn't work out. Doc in you're eating. The twenty five minutes here. All right. So the the journalists will let me let me tell the story and then let Jason tell the the media spin on it because it's such a story. It is an amazing story. It is the story, Grace, Kelly, and Jimmy Stewart, tell in rear window if you've ever seen that. Nobody believed him because it was too horrific of an idea. So here's this Washington Post journalist that everybody loves more on that in a second that everybody loves. He's a Saudi citizen. He supposedly was friends with the prince, the new prince, the guy who's you know, the mover Jacor and he's liberating, the Middle East. More on that in a second as well. Used to be friends then became a critic then left has in self imposed exile and starts writing things about Saudi Arabia and the prince and everything else. So he's in his done Bill. Khashoggi and the reporter, and he has to go and get a the paperwork from his divorce in Saudi Arabia, he s get the paperwork and his fiancee is in the car with them. And he says, you wait in the car. I'm going to go to the embassy here in embassy in instable, and I'm going to get that paperwork. I'll be right back out. Wait for me. So she waits she waits and she waits and she waits and waits no Khashoggi coming out. She phones him no answer. No answer hour after hour after hour. Finally, she puts out an alert. The Washington Post gets involved and says, Saudi Arabia where where is he? Oh, he laughed hours ago. Did he see TV cameras, show him going in shows no one coming out. They claim. We don't know what happened to him the next day. We find out that at the same time that he went in about an hour late. Ter- there was the prince's jet that landed in Histon Bill. It's a, it's a Gulfstream private jet in a bunch of guys get off with a bunch of what appear to be empty suitcases on the way to the appear to be cases. It was a lot of luggage. We're carrying up bunch of luggage. Lot of luggage didn't appear to be heavy, right. Okay. We don't know. They could've just been like super strong. So they loaded in the car, but on the way to the embassy, they decide they need to stop and buy extra luggage, have Have more. more more luggage, right? So they stop and they buy a bunch of extra lobby luggage, we know that empty. They have to make one more stop to buy a bone saw naturally depot. It's the best. I don't even know where you don't even know where you buy one trip..
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"He just stares at me in silence for like twenty five minutes. And then he starts mumbling now that I'm thinking there was slight mumbling. It was like Thomas, but mumbling. And I think maybe his eyes might have even back in his head a little bit. All I'm thinking is it was the one time I accident. I didn't think I'd be standing the whole time and I was wearing heels. And that was so pissed because my lower back was hurting so bad, and I was just standing there like, oh, we want to do take my shoes off hurt because it was like twenty five thirty minutes. And then he just starts staring at my pelvic region intently for like ten minutes straight as always looking. And I'm starting to think like Dwight's run out of the room, like, do I just went out of the room at that time? You were having public floor issue? No, that well stare at JJ I well, he told me that I was having route shocker issues. And so he was focusing on that. Four. Lady, let me help you with your words shock rich shoes. So basically, yeah, after that day I never went back because he told me afterwards. He was trying to heal my route shock Rah with the angels. But really he was just kind of staring at my JJ. I mean, I was fully clothed, obviously people I wasn't. I really feel like I'm in the wrong business because I did not realize that I could just make money by staring at people. Right. Yeah. That was like the last thousand last dollar. He got for me that day. But like I said, I still have some things that he said to me in my phone that I read when I'm having tough days and people love him. But I do not. I just said some things to you that he read in Eckhart told book, you know. He has all of his degrees. I'm like, what? Where exactly is the school? I was like, I have never heard all things friend made. I think his friend made up the college so that that was that, although hypnotherapy is really interesting. I will not say that I felt like I was hypnotized, but I did go into some like really weird, deep, sit state and I don't really remember him talking. I remember looking at my watch after it was done and thinking, oh, I thought it was five minutes, but it was like twenty minutes weird. So who knows what happened? He could have like injected something like I have chip. I have a chip on my arm, so I did that. So it's really fun because you know that really helped me get on stock because things thoughts are only things Sarah, I remember him yelling. Why did that? Have you ever had colon cleanse? I have not. Oh girl. That's like that's where they like shoot water up, Lord away into your colon and then. Oh, comes out, right? Yeah, it's called tires row therapy. Yeah. So it's very Orange County. A a lot of my friends do it. If you have auto immune autoimmune people do it because they think it helps get, you know, we all apparently we all have parasites. Most of us have some sort of parasite, right? I went into this. This was another one. Thankfully, it was a, it was a Russian woman who was helping me with it, but the man who owned it was sensitive point. Oh man, for sure. Long gel. Tommy, I'm gray hair pulled back. Basically, you sit in this kind of basin with no pants on and you have a blanket or not something over you. I can't even remember. I've really tried to block lots of stuff out people. Okay. And they like shoot water up your anus in it takes like thirty to forty minutes. In a it like works all the way up to clean you out, but they have it. It's called like an open system..
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"You happy with your performance from what you remember for more remember parking myself seven out ten for the performance would have liked we're not there and gotten to finish 'cause i wanted to push for that ben grimm show to bring the ese might bam again that would have been amazing thing about they finish it in bringing about them hometown but isn't it is out there how comfortable are classroom was talking to him in there and that's not fun so it was good when you when when you cut them up with the with the knee and the elbows at any point did you feel like okay he's on the verge of of of going surprised that he actually lasted twenty five minutes with you yeah how old would you you present are i was looking at some some clean shots especially alba's from in the clinch of connecting clearly of luck is that decided it was ellen he worked going to show up in all this is the person to me you know i mean 'cause like i said i think he if i if you looked his best in their coffee allowed to for farts so i don't know and and for you to go twenty five minutes you've never done that in your career right now is actually my first time yeah we'll select it was good if our good in there because cowboy old game plan was to meet the slowdown if emptied the pace up does i kept saying oh prefight so when we got to the full from your frown of talking to him and said you easy going to pay up what why are you slowing down just talking to you in and i'm funding for okay so so you you you go the distance with them you you you beat him you feel because 'cause i i know from his team like they thought they won the last three rounds did you feel yeah that's what i heard yes did you feel before they announced the scorecards did you know without a shadow of a doubt yeah i fall free around easily to the fifth off because of all four four rounds that's gave him the fish so i don't understand where that where that came from would they want iran's that's my initial so like i said excuses felise i want to fight and i'm just cracking career okay and what about that move i saw he did that move that classic move where he held onto your glove and kicked you did you you remember that yeah exactly wasn't a cl one point within the country at one point grabbed my bills in a clinch described his blows and then like you let go my let go you're gonna go let go of who will back to the to the to the farc but it's just i feel like if is a tactic yeah it try older gloves clinching the referee concert i tried to put out plotted a clinch c automobiles inferred kick but blocked it nicely and has that ever happened to you yeah people hold a lot not not when i'm trying to pull out an old onto for like a like shots trying to pull out and it's not do you recall the referee sing anything about that russia if they said it but other hannah thank you but.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on The RobCast
"I can just fly around with my thumb and listen here listen there listen here listen they're listen to that deep cut listen to that live one listen to that remix listen to that collab i can soandso it on and song whoa so and so has an album they put under a different name i can fly around and if i don't like whatever is i can simply forward to the next song i can go to different playlist i can hit stop back and go search and listen to something else i always have that option by the way member vinyl we have a record player in our kitchen member a record player you put the record on and then like for me i start cooking or you sit down on the couch and if it doesn't instantly grab you you would then have to get up off of the couch and walk over to the record player and it's kind of hard to move the needle among songs so when you put the needle down on a record that generally means twenty twenty five minutes you're committed general obviously you can hit stop but as a general rule for vinyl it's a very different experience you don't instantly have that ability with your thumb you have to get up and go over there by the way vinyl sales are skyrocketing rolling stone just did a piece this week vinyl it's all streaming now and then record sales like actual pressed vinyl sales are increasing massively doesn't that tell you something something with ns once it's almost like with all these options what vinyl says is i know you have all these options but right now you're going to do this cycle waiting for somebody to go here for twenty minutes this is what you're going to listen to now the reason why i bring all this up is greatness character excellence wisdom require.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Yes like baby davis yes i am come join my bookie today i would only recommend a service that's been good to me in my listeners saying your waist singer yet you're wasting your time betting anywhere else they even have in game live betting so he complains about after tip off the cat loves doing that it always works out well just doesn't miss joined now by bucky will match your first deposit with a fifty percent bonus use promo code tape to activate offer visit my boogied ag today play when and get paid we have like twenty five minutes with when i say we i mean just me at twenty five minutes with franken gain his chums they have new podcast lodging on the barstools sports network under under our brel so they're like a sister show to us yes soup sister year for better or worse yes called pros and joe's zoe one pro probably pro and joe's pro genetic gentlemen none of the gentlemen are named joe whereas they bike thousands of our ncwa college students a lot of gopro and things other than sports podcast is sponsored by anna pres and hurts as well true like coke and pepsi five i would love to walk in hurts and be like men it's percy harbin lie that's right to me you lost me a lot of money back in eight bass's your of the head with a clipboard torture wreck that's never happened in mine tile i've never gone to a car rental players my like wow it's fucking sean sean may like what are you doing here.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"When we started it was a my first comment to bradshaw the guy does with me was is i if eight people listen to this obvious thrilled because i just wanna take someone who's done amazing things and talk about and just have them have notion that someone's gonna spend ours short twenty five minutes twenty five minutes talking about the great thing that and then brad did such a good job of it now we're saying okay we want people to listen to it but it's it's it goes back to the concept of celebrating whatever it is you want celebrate highland highlight and tell stories about it and we connect from hearing these stories and sometimes you go while this person's just so much better person i'm ever going to be that forget it that's how the ballpark but it's still it's racial and then some of them you go yeah okay i i can do that maybe i'll correct course one dry yeah so for all of you complain that my interviews for too long i mean certainly many of you listen to the entire interview but if you'd like a short form fix he's checkout crazy turns and i'm gonna make i don't do this very much but i'm gonna make an ask of the audience and then i'm going to ask you if you have any parting words gestion 's advice or asks of the audience to beyond checking out crazy good turns i would challenge everyone listening for a day maybe a week to not criticize it's to to try to put into practice what we've been talking about and that is highlighting and applauding what it is you want to see more of in the world few if you see someone online who's doing something great who's making sacrifices for the for the greater good.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"And it and alerts cut right through until so much truth her set was twenty twenty five minutes and i'm not kidding when i say this i cried i laughed out loud and i just i pogo stick and raged and crashed all out twenty minutes and it was unbelievable it was really easily one of the best things i've ever seen why i afterwards i was like i don't know i know i'm married and got kids and stuff though critiquing maybe i'll just drop out and follow her around the rest of my life with that i think she's really gonna blow up this year she's too good not to throw the stuff i'm gonna hope hopefully catcher one or two more times just be care on letter b josie jason the kissed give me a change i know we could be this was this much less so much less creepy when it was jason lytle or ryan thank you thank you take it away well first of all i want to give honorable mention to the best dressed band i've seen it the festival and that is the band from france called deluxe this was her first american show that they played and it's a sixties band five of the members had mustaches and the one female who did not have any mustache wearing a mustache skirt that was made out of and the rest of the dues were dressed like like golden disco gladiators on so delays and disco.
"twenty five minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In about twenty five minutes and we're rolling through we left off on arkansas alabama bama in tuscaloosa modest five 140 and a half a mile he i think to me this too many points i don't really want to touch this total i told my sugar closer to three three and a half hour looked at alabama birth in the five five and a half a little bit too high tide bowling green beacon state by eight in the first meeting uh they're lanes to more in the second game now up to five km state at home minus5 it into bowling green team just lost their last game matt home but against eighteen the plays very good ball at home yeah they do but i don't like lane this 20 points despite the fact that detrow trash struggles away from home here this going to be a pass from me tied nor texas there at florida atlantic and demean green let me see if i can focus backing on their son mean green beat him by six at home and in this game they're going to lay one point now up to one and a half on the road against fau he had the guy if i'm not mistaken now you antigua clip by fiu by a pointer so the other night is that right that's right and so on hillis fat really struggles i i don't like this nor texas team when you get away from soup bitten denton i'd be looking at fau at home here right knee while rice and he had a home win by nine over florida international answers or the dry in uh even the score for the season there at home the minusseven told a 140 gives rise theorized that a buzzerbeating win the the other night to me this is a game i'm not going to touch don't like either side in this game youngstown state penguins at home minusthree penguins door for the sweet they won by three in the first meeting at cleveland state don't forget now cleveland state appleby 11 points forces who gained questionable yeah this devastating rose shrug is when you get away from the convocation center i i would be looking at youngstown state but they're so inconsistent i'd have a hard time backing them there you go tell us some state a little tennessee state minus nine and a half.