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Dow slammed by 1,000 points in worst drop of 2021 on fears about new Covid variant
"Stocks tank this morning as a new highly transmissible corona virus variant from South Africa seem to be spreading across the globe the Dow dropped about nine hundred points in the first twenty minutes of trading the S. and he appeared to be headed toward its worst day since September down one point seven percent the nasdaq dropped one point one percent soon after the open companies felt the economic impact fast flights between South Africa and Europe were subject to
Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115
"The sons of stretch their winning streak to fourteen games is Devin Booker and Chris Paul carried them to a one twenty one fifteen victory at Cleveland Booker finished with thirty five points and Paul hit four free throws over the final eight point eight seconds to help Phoenix keep the winning streak alive Paul finished with seventeen points and twelve assists we try not to get too high try not to get too low and we control we control and we we talk about everything you know what I like no I no guessing you know how this guy feels and it's it's nice to be with a group like you they'll McGee added thirteen points and twelve rebounds in twenty minutes off the bench the Cavaliers dropped their fifth in a row despite Jared Allen's twenty five points and eleven rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie
Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3
"Bryce young had another productive yet truncated afternoon is C. if P. number two Alabama storm passed to Mexico state fifty nine three young was twenty one of twenty three for two hundred seventy yards and five touchdowns three to James and Williams as we keep getting reps and keep improving keep growing you know we're we're both kind of push each other challenge each other to be to be better and our best versions of ourselves the Crimson Tide actually trail before young hit Williams for a fifty yard scoring strike the ninety one tide reeled off seven touchdowns in about twenty minutes for a forty nine three halftime lead allowing young to take a seat early in the third quarter Brian Roberts who played just the first half and still finished with ninety nine yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie
Former Airline Ticket Agent Recalls Helping 9/11 Hijackers Board Flight
"One story that. I saw that i did not know before and believe me. If this for you this would bother you to even twenty years. Later is an abc news story. They talked to a man by the name of vaughan. Alex who back on september eleventh two thousand one was ticket agent at dulles international airport and two guys arrived and they seem to be in a hurry. They wanted to make flight seventy seven. That's the one that slammed into the pentagon. Let's play this story from. Abc news the interview. Done by gio benitez when you come in here and you see that ticket counter does it bring you back to that morning. Everything brings you back to that morning. Vaughn alex is talking about the morning. That changed our world. Chaos in new york at the moment. They're not one but two incidents too late arriving first class passengers came rushing through the doors at dulles international airport in virginia. They're late they stop. They were confused. They were looking back and forth and then they need to be lying for where. I was working by. Von was at the american airlines ticket counter. Training to age we were just sitting around and too late. Passengers came running in the terminal. Stopped and i was joking. I looked at at my agents. And i said watch these for flight seventy seven and they were but as we now know. They weren't just any passengers. They were salem and waffle. Hosby me two of the five hijackers on flight seventy seven which later crashed into the pentagon. So you had about twenty minutes until that flight while just under twenty minutes. And i told the agents because they were new i said. Let me show you how we handle late arriving passengers and we did everything. According to the book
'Miracles in Manhattan' Is About God Meeting People Where They Are
"In manhattan. What do you think of that ron lynette. The book is brand new. Miracles in manhattan. When that. you're saying who you thought. The book might appeal to. I think everyone at some point in their life needs a miracle or we certainly know someone else who does and we wrote this book. We pulled these stories together in order to have a tool. That if you're sitting in your neighborhood or in your kid's school or wherever you are and you think that person needs a miracle. They may not be ready for church yet. They'll be ready for this book because you cannot put this book down story after story and we know these people we've known these stories we would read it. We would finish putting it together. And i would sit there and our living room. Read it to ron. We would be. We would stop in their tracks and we all we can do as weep because it reminds you as just like when you read the word of god god's into daily life meeting people where they are and so we want it to be a tool We sent the first six stories to a publisher. Secular publisher and within twenty minutes. He was on the phone. Saying i wanna talk to to ron lewis. Because i i wanna. I wanna talk about this book. It's got that appeal eric. And that thrills us. Because god's gonna use it to reach people who need a meal look i. This is part of the reason we're friends. Is that this idea that somebody might not be ready for church. They're not they're not ready for quote unquote. Christianity becomes with this baggage. Whatever but we all know. Jesus died for them. They were made in his image so he wants to reach them. And so a book like miracles. Manhattan it's why right half books that i do. I mean you want something that you can give to somebody who is not on the same page as you are to say like you know what Maybe this i think you'll like this here and it starts something and it gets people thinking differently because obviously if you're watching the news or watching i mean we live in a world. That is so secular. it's insane. They act like god doesn't exist parentheses. That's not true but we live in that world. And so we need to kind of breakthrough. How do we break through so stories like this. That are real. You know these people. I'm excited thanks for writing the book. It's been an honor. I mean we were compiling. We were just interviewing digging down deep with people. Oftentimes they would give us the outcome instead of like. What were you really going through. So we tried to make sure that people gave us the bad news before the good news that you can really appreciate the good news when you're living in bad news every day of your life and so we put no teaching preaching. It's just fifty stories. Great
September 11: We Will Never Forget
"For years. Now story core has been working with the national september eleventh memorial and museum to record and catalogue the voices. You're about to hear voices that captured the lasting toll of nine eleven. What we know in case you just joining us just after nine. Am that day. United airlines flight one. Seventy five crashed into the south tower of the world trade center. Here's the tape. You see the play coming in from it. Looks like the east side and goes into the building and it was widely captured on video because tv cameras were already trained on the north tower. It had been hit by american airlines flight. Eleven twenty minutes earlier credible pictures. These happened just moments ago and one of the people watching tv. That morning was stacey threatens mom to call me at work she said stacy. How are you watching. Tv the trade centers has been hit. And we were commenting on that. Oh my gosh you know what could we do. We were talking. Maybe they could go give blood. Her mom said or drive up to new york and try to help. It was less than four hours from the dc area where they lived. And where stacy's mom cheryl worked an administrative assistant for the us army and her office was in the pentagon and she said. Stacy i've gotta go and fairly sharp tone to her voice and she hung up the phone on me. I tried to call my mom's office back and nobody answered the phone. The hair stood up on the back of my neck. And my co worker. At the time said the pentagon's been hit stacey coulter sisters and they all met at their parents house. They spent that night calling. Area hospitals trying to find cheryl and he couldn't and late that night her father pulled up alone. He came in the house and everybody else was upstairs. And it was just he. And i and i said dad finder and he just looked at me and he started to cry and he put one hand on either side of the hallway and sinking into his knees and he sustained. She's not coming home. This is it.
US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1
"Much up for about an hour last night and then we stop staring into it and we scored a few goals and all of a sudden. I think that everything is going to be absolutely perfect forever forever and ever it got bleak last night it got dark. It's amazing it's almost like. Us soccer twitter jayjay. It's of all like the twitter spaces. I think it's the most manic roller coaster ride. It's crazy is for for people who don't follow a lot of us soccer accounts or whatever like it's a crazy place. And i think last night we actually at halftime had a manager. Change greg bear halter. He was fired on. Us soccer twitter at the end of the first half. Then after the subs anthony robinson's go. We played three minutes without a manager. But after robinson's goal bear halter was actually rehired and finish the game out as manager. So he's now back in his second stint with us soccer and it was very interesting as well for an hour and starting mls players. Terrible idea what are you doing. Joe bed better terrible. We smelled and then for the last twenty minutes. It was like land. That i love stand beside. Mls son guide its players to the national team. Like you just don't know what you're what you're gonna get oscillating wildly you you. It's a crazy place and you cannot allow yourself to get sucked into the one hundred percent absolutes. That are run out that this guy sucks. Why is he. I don't ever want to see him again. But now it's just a funny place. But anyway i don't know how deeply want to go into that. It was just a funny
What It Means to Understand Your Power
"To recap last week. I talked about the first step in having resilience. Which is this ability to bounce back from hardship to stand back up and go again. What does it mean to be resilient and to be strong and to keep going last week. I talked about the idea that for me. I think the first step is making peace with what is and the way that we make. Peace is through our mindset and the way that we look at things so that's what last week's episode was about. Go dig in and start there but assuming you've already consumed that one this week. I wanna talk about power. I wanna to talk about your personal power from a few different perspectives. Because resilient really is about string and nobody comes into this world resilient you come into this world completely dependent on other people to keep you alive in fact my friend. Tom and i were just talking about this. And it was in tuesday's episodes if you didn't listen to my interview with tom bill. You go check this out. He talks about this idea that humans are the only animal that come into the world with just zero skills and ability to keep themselves alive. Think about a horse horse comes into the world and twenty minutes later. It's walking we come into the world and we can't do anything and if you're designed in such a way we have to presuppose that there's a reason for that yes. We are much more complex than we can think and we can speak and we can do things that animals can't do and so it's easy to think that it takes longer to evolve and become functioning human beings because we have more things to evolve but you could also look at it another way and ask if there's something more at play than just the facts that your wiring more complex maybe what's at play is the reminder that we always have the ability to grow and evolve.
US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby
"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the
Antifascist Vaush Debates Charlie on the Profit Incentive for COVID Vaccines
"I'm just curious. Does that ever make you stop short and say who. Maybe they're trying to inoculate us on a vaccine that might not be as effective to try to pursue profit not wellbeing. Does that ever like enter into your consideration. It's a consideration. You should take about anything produced by any company. That's run for profit. Which is everything you know Basically every need in american society need is tempered by the knowledge that there are people out there who are paid very large salaries to sell it to you. This is the case for everything. We'd everything we eat every time you run down main street or in my case i guess You know the boulevards in los angeles You're seeing the protracted efforts of a billion dollar industry to make sure you want things they're selling could that be the case for covert undeniably. There was a prophet incentive involved. Oh my goodness i'm sorry. And there was probably a protected effort on the part of these companies to make sure they were the first and they probably took every dirty advantage. What but with the data available. I have to still much i would say. Hey i would prefer eating. Mcdonald's who to starvation. I have to say this is probably still something we should be doing you want to do. I don't wanna stay. We've been twenty minutes. Oh for sure gonna make a final media would starve. I actually think this has been really constructive not like that. You know inflammatory. I think that deep down you have this kind of you know urged that i'm already there were. Maybe they want this thing to go on for another decade to go make another hundred billion dollars. And maybe the cheap drug hydrochloric winter ivermectin might work better than they might think. I don't have that urge. Certain other studies would disagree with you earlier. We could change the topic. I just i just think it's so. I'll know that was a healthy discord. Can i meet in the middle on that one on that very last one. I do not trust the pharmaceutical industries. Though the available evidence does seem to point to the effectiveness the vaccines say this Nationalized the pharma industry seriously. It can be used for the collective good and i would ironically actually trust it more in the hands of our ineffective. Bloated government would be sociopaths. Who run at
Can Ben Simmons Be Saved From Philly?
"You may remember our guest here from page to espn's page to. bill simmons. Now has his own podcast. Yeah and each walk into this now but soviet i actually i wanted to talk about ben simmons. 'cause i'm doing football the next couple of pods on my pod and i just have like a twenty minute. Ben simmons conversation me that might you know expire a. I don't know what the time sensitivity is on it. Who knows something happened over the weekend. But i'm just so fascinated by this story. And i don't even remember if it has a payroll and recent mba history again. That's where you always. I think kind of lap the rest of the historical perspective of like. Hey this is happening. It's newsy we've got all these tidbits rumors that we're going to get to and in who's in charge of the steel but historically what we're talking about with somebody this young this many years left on the deal and basically saying hey you guys think i suck anyway. So what's the point. And then the threatening holdout thing which i had heard about about a month ago. Yeah it was met with kind of indifference like all right. Go ahead hold out man But we don't know so why don't you take it in any direction. You think the headline part of this story is right now. The headline part of the story. Is i think both sides have a right to just want to move on from this right and i think everybody else unfortunately knows that for the two sides but you have this starts when they try to trade him for harden you know and you could make simmons the bad guy you can make clutch the bad guy. There's all kinds of takes. You can do with this but it starts when they try to trade him for harden and when you try to trade somebody you go down the road you actually think you got him which i think both of us had until that day that harden was going affiliate was the rap and simmons knows all this so it starts there. Then you have this kind of embiid's team it's embiid city. He's always resident in that city. More than simmons says she had that piece to you whether those guys get along or not. I don't even think that really matters for
How Ben Greenfield Exercises & His Workout Philosophy
"Have a background in bio mechanics and exercise physiology right. That's that's what. I did my master's degree in university of idaho. And so i like to. I like to chunk the programs that create. and and so. If you're listening in this is what you need to step back and ask yourself about your fitness program. I like to include certain components that that specifically focus on core buckets of fitness. So the first would be strength. Like every fitness program needs a lifting heavy shit type of component. Now that can include lighter weights to failure that can include blood flow restriction training right which we actually included in the latter's program has an option to simulate or to trick the muscle into thinking that it's under heavy load that can include super slow strength training with a slightly lighter load like ten to thirty second up ten to thirty second down which is fantastic for for for bringing a muscle to failure at a low risk of injury with a minimum effective dose of exercise like a super slow full body. Strength training workouts. Like fifteen to twenty minute workout and it can also include traditional strength right. Squats dead lifts overhead presses preferably for all of those. I like to use unless someone's going through rehab physical therapy or they're really kind of aesthetically going after certain body parts you know it's like bicep curls or calf raises or whatever. I like everything to be multi joint as much as possible on my programs. You don't have leg day you don't have stomach day. You know triceps and biceps day. That works for a bodybuilder. Who's got like two to four hours a day to spend in the gym and completely crush each of those individual body parts and i used to be a bodybuilder. I used to experiment with that stuff. And and i've realized that if you want the minimum effective dose of exercise every workout is full body right. When was the last time that you used your body and it was just lower body or just upper body or you're trying to play a game of tennis and it was just triceps right. So there's a functional component and also a time saving component. When you're not doing body parts sweats newsroom. Full body instead.
Rockets Hit Neighborhood Near Kabul Airport Amid US Pullout
"What could fire has hit an area near Kabul and pulled the meat the U. S. pullout the rocket far apparently targeting couples International Airport struck a nearby neighborhood on the eve of the deadline for US troops to withdraw from the country after the attack planes continued to land on taxi across the northern military side of the airport taking off roughly every twenty minutes at one point no group has immediately claimed responsibility for the attack last week the Islamic state group in Afghanistan launched a devastating suicide bombing that's one of the apple gates killing around one hundred and seventy Afghans I'm thirteen U. S. service members I'm Charles the last month
The Biden Debacle Continues
"The biden debacle continues in afghanistan. The withdrawal is a disaster. The biden administrations exit has been a catastrophe. Goof-balls on the left are doing. Now they're pivoting to trying to say well the it's still a big airlift. We're getting a lot of people out of their senator mitch. Mcconnell with dana perino and bill hemmer yesterday on fox news as this is one of the greatest foreign policy disasters in american history. I think it's important to remember where we were a few months ago before the president's reckless decision to leave we only had twenty five hundred troops there. We had lots of single american Personnel military personnel in a year. The taliban barbarians were not in charge of the country. We were keeping the lid on an al qaeda was not there so the decision to pull out was gargantuan mistake in a opinion having made that decision You'd have to conclude these guys an organized a two car funeral. I mean here's where we are. The president needs to forget about the august thirty first deadline. We need to send in enough american personnel military personnel to rescue our people and by the way they're more american soldiers there now than before. The president made the decision to leave. Wow it's it's unbelievable. Kaley mcenaney pointed something out to jesse waters a theme. That i keep coming back to. We wouldn't be seeing this under the trump administration. We're eight months into a biden president. Jesse wrap your head around that we still have three years and four months left look when president trump was president. You didn't see crisis after crisis. You just didn't see it. I shudder to think about what it would have been. Like under joe biden. We've seen afghanistan blow up crime ministries. You named it all. What would have been like. Because i was in the white house when it was pretty scary times. We weren't sure if we'd have enough ventilators but we were able to produce it with the private sector. I watched president trump overseeing vaccine in record time produce. Four working therapeutics. Do you think joe biden could have done any of that. The answer is absolutely not. The guy was five hours and twenty minutes late to his speech
National Review: Something Is Wrong with the President
"Is something radically dramatically wrong. With the president the incoherent interview with george stephanopoulos leading to today's absolute the the the lies are just breathtaking. All of them. And i wanna go through it and great specificity in a second here the you know no public appearances staying on vacation the plan until i think like two three hours ago was he was going to give these remarks and race. Back off the delaware Back on vacation But public pressure is now forcing him to sleep at the white house instead of sleeping at home and the comfy of his own little bed you know i i i. I know a one point i was. You know. we'd play all the the biden gaffes and missteps and flipping and flopping and playland and just confused and confounded and mumbling and bumbling and stumbling incoherence. I mean there's something wrong with him. This is something america's going to have to deal with us and even not that big a fan of national review anymore. Even they have a piece out today. Something is wrong with the president. On the menu today the transcript of joe biden's interview with abc's george stephanopoulos dropped and the president's incoherence insistence that he was incorrectly briefed. Denial that he was worn by his military advisers and oddly low profile in the past week raises troubling questions about his ability to perform his duties. What's going on with president biden after making no public appearances before days during a major foreign crisis biden. Read a twenty minute speech off. Teleprompter took no questions return immediately to vacation camp. David held events on his schedule. On tuesday on wednesday. Gave another twenty minute speech about vaccine boosters off a teleprompter from camp david and again took no questions.
The Creation Story of Webapp.io With Founder Colin Chartier
"Colin chartier started making video games. When he was young he used to play warcraft. Three which had a powerful map editor for users he recalls that one game map was called goblet exploration where you were stuck in the middle nowhere and you had to make civilization. He found that this was really good for learning how to make things that people want it. He lives in toronto and is a twenty minute bike ride from the waterfront many days. He will head down to the beach and work from there. New enjoys getting outdoors. When he doesn't have to call schedule that day in his prior startup. he found that he and his team were very sensitive to breaking changes as it was critical to deliver information in a timely manner. So much so that customers would turn. If anything broken the critical chain he created something to fill this gap prior venture which he was offering up to friends and colleagues via open source. This is the creation story of layer. Ci now called web dot. Io layer ci helps software developers review. The work proposed by other suffer developers. Think about you know. You're you're making a sites that sells pizza people so you have your website. You have a couple of software developers. They're making changes to the website. And you want to that. If one developer proposes a change the other developer. Make sure that the change has broken anything so a developer if they make a code change might make that the by pizza doesn't work anymore which would be a really big problem for your business. So essentially gives developers in the environment. The has everything set up with this new change and then the developer can actually like try the product so they can try buying a pizza like customer would and then make sure that everything has worked crespi
Joe Biden Slammed for Defending Reckless Withdrawal From Afghanistan
"The european nations are starting to condemn the united states over the afghan collapse here at home. Look at these. Headlines got a stack of headlines over the daily wire. Senator rick scott. Republican from florida tweeted inflation is raging the debt ceiling expired. Us debt is headed to forty five trillion. Coppell is falling to the taliban encounters of the board at the biden border crisis. Just hit a twenty year. High democrats control the house senate and white house. What in the world is joe biden doing after the disastrous events in afghanistan. Senator rick asked we must confront a serious question is joe biden capable of discharging the duties of his office or has the time come to exercise the provisions of the twenty fifth amendment other headlines biden's approval rating has taken another hit now a two to one wrong direction. Trajectory the lakers latest rasmusen report survey forty five percent of likely voters. Approve of the job. Biden is doing fifty four percent disapprove. How about the washington. Examiner headline biden's cowardly afghanistan speech after blaming everyone but himself for twenty minutes biden stopped reading from the teleprompter turned and left the room without taking any questions from the assembled reporters the white house then announced biden was returning to his vacation at camp david conn carroll over at the washington examiner observes considering how terrible the speech was. At least he won't be missed. Who cares if he's on vacation better to be on vacation. Maybe i don't know. I don't know what was worse him being a no show for four or five days or giving that disastrous speech yesterday
Ship To Store (MM #3793)
"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked about my frustration with retail stores, especially big box stores numerous times throughout the years. The Mason minute. I'll be going back at least a month or two. I was talking about. The problem with retail, I realized covid-19 has changed a lot of things but the one thing I'm seeing more and more, is this ship to store mentality? Yeah, they're no longer wanting you to come to the store to buy something. They want you to buy it online and then go to the store to pick it up. Now, if they don't have it in stock, it may take a few days to get there, but sometimes when I need something like the day, I broke my headphones over the weekend. I needed a new pair immediately. So I had to find what I was looking for. In town found them at Best Buy. The only problem took me fifteen, twenty minutes to be able to find them on the website. Then I had to go to the store and find out why had to find somebody to help me out. I want to look at it first before I decide what I want the bulb. And besides, we walk into the store, my wife said, oh I need a new mouse. So we walked over and bought something that we wouldn't have bought. If I didn't know that ship to store is a great idea in theory, but retailers, still aren't getting it right. No matter how many employees they have working at the time.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Twenty minutes for more than a decade Denver has been on the public transit expansion spree that so far has added sixty six miles of new rail lines eighteen miles of new bus routes and forty three new stations but now the system is considering reversing course and cutting service because it can't find enough people to drive its buses and trains David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal says the city's transit system and others across the country are facing a severe labor shortage familiar to employers nationwide David what's happened here Denver that really kind of proactive about offering news and chanted options they've really been been on a on a building spree and what happened is you know you've got that combined with a really strong economy and a very low unemployment rate and they've really needs a had a really hard time recruiting operators for the trains and buses another kind of stuck with this position where we've got all this new offering all this new service but you don't have enough people to drive it that's incredible so the thinking is is generally speaking I can I can do better save Hey why is that a bus driver so people don't apply for those types of jobs well it happened a lot of times is people apply but yet you're going to need a commercial driver's license so people will play without a CDL company the transit agency will will train them and give them the CBO and then they'll just like come to a trucking company or somewhere else so they can make a lot more money so in Denver with the the issue is and has been a lot of attention and really other places you know to censor thing or the to struggle to get people in the door because you know a lot of you know we didn't we didn't have before okay let the lower and so there's a there's there's there's more jobs out there because it's hard for an agency to Amman to recruit and you know these are high job the menu when you start out you were you know early in the morning or late at night you work six days a week sometimes so it's not nobody about some of the recruiting efforts than to try to find some of these new bodies to fill positions they've been advertising seriously a minute I'll be the agency they really been been been been very intent on on putting add that to get folks and and then they've also been you know doing what you'd expect them to do that than raising wages a lot of agencies have after we did the last few years try to find ways to to reduce the workload to make it a little more family friendly to the extent possible it's not always easy to do I can then identically they've they've kind of we do see the color in nineteen from twenty one to now nineteen year old can go and and and you know having gotten buses so they do what they can but you know there's only so much you can do and I speak with David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal's pieces call public transit hits a speed bump not enough drivers are so when this happens so what do you got to drop routes I guess that's exactly exactly yeah so a lot of places well basically you know you have a route to to advertise on schedule at writers are expecting it to show up but if you don't have anybody to drive it you just don't don't run it so you can add and makes makes writers pretty upset because you know this is the real schedule images and the both of them show up with a kind of them show up that's great so you know they try to post on my website is silly and they can which fruits are gonna run which treats on but with Denver is done here is really kind of thing that a step ahead of that and they basically just you know to death cutting that's completely so you know some bus routes are just not going to weekends are not going to run at all I know the process of working through we know which groups and helpful about work out but if this does go through starting in may it'll basically just had cut back to service because they just can't get enough of this incredible so at the how of some of these writers adjusted I know you spoke with a couple of them who expressed their frustration yeah well I mean a lot of people are basically just adjusting their commute pattern you know taking different groups are giving a hell more time and you know it's possible that the two also describing people away from Capitol together we've seen you know we have seen over the last few years I will decline and in transit ridership and a lot of reasons for that but one reason could be that just under libel service because of the labor charge and I I I thought you said to the story there's been a decline in ridership it's almost like this could never ending cycle right that's the issue with a lot of hand they don't see it yet we have to figure out what I had to stop this this this sort of thing though what you have during the recession they cut a lot of service and of course he got there if you can lose writers during the recovery after the recession I could bring back service 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"twenty minutes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"About twenty minutes Connie built on site hostels and providing convenience for strangers can become sketchy it be can become CD and sometimes even dangerous Dalvin brown consumer tech reporter at USA today has an in depth look at the sometimes consequences of the sharing economy Dallin tells about this crazy story about the guy from Utah a Walker he either are can lift driver he drives home one day ordinary day and see some strange car than that and it's drive way and you know he walks up strangers hanging out of the house eating at the food and the like what's going on how did this happen and baby Callum that the landlord listed to be empty bed room on Airbnb and sell you know while while that may sound startling shirt you know it's not the only your current like that the first time that Airbnb or any of these other hearing companies have have come under fire if you wish in the CD situation then and he wants to you know one of the latest back that I could find to fish hi like that trend well is this guy described at these other folks were Hotelling in his house they were using this soap and shampoo and all that yeah according to him you know a lot of the things that he went out and bought were were used as a mid eighties and were listed at the mid eighties on Airbnb and of course he couldn't you know there was nothing here BMB could do for him everyday is what he said so we took to Twitter and local media to try that you know blow up the tuition and he ended up getting convicted and the landlord still run Airbnb well how did what why did he get evicted Illinois didn't like that he was talking to local media I guess about what I didn't speak to the landlord but you know according to him yeah they did I didn't like cameras around the home and so he had to go on unfortunately an elected it it's not just got worse I mean there's others where are you now on the on the flip side there are homeowners to come home to discover that their homes are either destroyed after they you know decided to lift on Airbnb at people per parties or you know any number of other things and it happened so yeah it for the court I guess when you're when you're trusting strangers to do a service for you that is something we speak with Dalvin brown consumer tech reporter at USA today he's written a piece about the darker side of sharing uber's or Airbnb is you said it's not that the sharing economy is any more dangerous than life before Goober and Airbnb explain that you know people of always been you know and it ended up in an unfortunate situation that even before it will bring Airbnb you know they're they're real intense unfortunate incident things happening at hotel door you know impact fees there was always the version of of being infatuation where we didn't necessarily have total control before that I think what's what's happening is that these companies are becoming bigger and they become bigger what in the world of social media where anyone can tell their story you know we're hearing about the the current to the lot a lot more often I mean it could also be we don't pay attention a lot happening around the holidays and before we know it you know we're in a back alley somewhere I mean I I was reading stories about you know lift driver the tempting to kidnap people all and it's like well how did that happen and in a lot of the case to the people on their phones not paying attention to the route they were taking so yeah I mean what what he's working a deal was double double brown consumer tech reporter at USA today it's twenty one minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend coming up next the one true way to succeed financially it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or E. P. I may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I can show up with even one symptom the good news API's manageable but to get to the right diagnosis you have to break it down for your doctor and get specific about the severity of your.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Backstreet boys is probably still on tour the only thing is they they did this phone there towards the miss like half the year six months I'm going rolling stones finally certified Sir Mick Jagger richer for real I got a right Forbes just came out with the highest earning musicians of twenty nineteen and out of the top ten only two of them were banned I told you Metallica and you had to name the other one you're guessing the rolling stones turns out the other band that made the top ten is a very famous rock band that's been around since nineteen sixty still feature two of their original band members and their most recent world tour has grossed three point five million dollars per stop that's why the number four highest earning musicians of the year were the eagles people okay no the religion amazing show to see all the C. one you're going all like I noticed that yeah I really I don't it's really really at Lee are you got it wrong and Sony wonder hotel California inside the vehicle eagle whenever you're ready use me as my computer welcome to the hotel can such a lovely place so okay any time a movie did you did he beautiful coming up in just a few minutes it's broken you will the morning ninety two point five is counting down what you decided where the funniest twenty nine see you under his help twenty minutes.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on KOMO
"FM twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up on go more news after ABC appears to be the same shooter I'm Carlene Johnson another holed up in another clerk shot in Pierce county plus traffic and weather every ten minutes on the force first ABC news at twelve o'clock from ABC news Michelle Franzen at the White House for the luncheon this afternoon president trump responded to house speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to move forward with articles of impeachment FedEx resident earlier saying he looks forward to his case being heard in the Republican led Senate trial Republicans criticizing Democrats for what they say is a rush to impeach ABC news political director recline says Democrats say they have the evidence and the public support now we've seen flat lining frankly around fifty percent of the public thinking he should be impeached and removed that number has been stubborn through some some pretty dramatic weeks of testimony in the intelligence and on the Judiciary Committee and I think for us is short of a a some sense of public opinions about to break Democrats don't see any advantage in going slow GOP senator Lindsey Graham saying he doesn't plan to subpoena phone records for house and tell chair Democrat Adam Schiff but added hill review the request from representative Jim banks and make a decision in his own time in Iowa at a campaign stop today in new Hampton he twenty candidate for vice president Joe Biden getting into a heated exchange with a voter who asked Biden about his son hunter if you win the other hand search your son over there to get a job and work for a gas company that he had no experience with gas or nothing Biden pushed back I did not and any occasion when loans that are sort of not I don't say you were doing anything wrong I said I said that my son to work in an oil company you know what you said I have two large straight Jack Biden is on a bus tour through counties in Iowa leading up to the caucuses in February the state department says the U. S. believes the Iran regime killed as many as a thousand protesters in the month of November senior advisor Brian hook says the state department has received tens of thousands of videos showing potential human rights violations in Iran you're listening to ABC news stay informed como mid day good afternoon come on his time twelve oh two I'm Taylor fansites with top stories from the call twenty four seven news center the manhunt continues near parkland gas station for the robber who shot a store clerk early today and it's likely the same person who shot a convenience store clerk yesterday in Tacoma Kamose Carlene Johnson files this report from the scene at a chevron gas station on Portland Avenue east twenty three year old clerk on duty complied with the robbers demands but was still shot in the abdomen taking the hospital in serious condition but the clerk here on duty now tells me he has been reassured that his colleague will be okay spokesman and Troy we believe this.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The a TF with regards to mass shootings installment plans for the holidays the streaming video phenomenon and the real history of Black Friday full of that story in about twenty minutes epidemic of mass shootings has put a spotlight on the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives revealing an agency that is understaffed underfunded and treated as a political punching bag on both the right and the left Jeff more doc justice department reporter at The Washington Times as an exclusive story that says and finds the a TF finds itself at a crossroads Jeff explain pretty interesting the ATF is already one of the smallest agencies and probably the most critical agency when it comes to keeping guns out of the hand to people of people who shouldn't have them and they were just eager to buy staffing problems in one of the problems that we found that from a source within the eight yeah it is they had a hundred seventy two agents retired last year a hundred and fifty six are set to retire this year putting the number of retirees at around three hundred twenty agency which already battling that's already battling to win the staffing levels and at the same number of agents that they had back in two thousand one and yeah also in addition to those those three hundred are part of about four hundred and seventy one agents were already over the age of fifty when there's a mandatory retirement age of fifty seven well what is the a TF do differently safe when it comes to investigating from like a a local or state police department well it was first well they do the port tracing so they can find out where the gun came from and hopefully shut down who's who's who's providing the guns to people the other thing that they do is they police the dealers and they do the dealer regulations so that making sure that the federal firearms licensees who were yes who sell guns they're the ones making sure that they're doing what they're supposed to be doing and doing the background checks and doing the important things to make sure people who should not have guns don't have guns you said the the trump administration and Congress so far have ignored the brewing crisis at the a TF trouble ministration has almost completely ignored the a TF here at they dominated the director he's languishing in the Senate that ship Canterbury whose former head of the fraternal order of police he he had a very contentious hearing and surprisingly from the trump nominee his contentious hearing was with the Republicans it was that Mike Lee and Joe Kennedy Louisiana who gave him a very hard time it said that they probably won't vote for him and that's that's the problem here with the a TF and I think this is so important is the Republicans in the gun lobby had sort of demonized the eight yeah because they look at the a TF has an organization that's going to confiscate everybody's got the left in the Democrats have demonized BATF because they don't think they're doing enough to keep guns out of the hands of the wrong people and doing enough to enforce gun gun laws and you run into a problem where the Republicans are supporting him the Democrats are supporting them they have this big crisis and they can't get any support on the hill where the administration speak with just more talk justice department reporter at The Washington Times he's got an exclusive story entitled ATF beleaguered by crisis in age of mass shootings are you said there's some lawmakers to just wanna get rid of the a TF altogether yeah it's been eight object that has been a big debate for a while Jimmy Sensenbrenner's a congressman from Milwaukee in twenty seventeen he had introduced legislation to pull the eight yeah into the F. B. I. in the center for progress which is a very left leaning organization put out a report recommending the same thing which again goes back to my point about the Democrats in Republicans equally equally conceivable even more into problems at the ATM there's been a big issue with the argument is that the FBI does the politics better they do they have more of a reputation they have a bigger budget you could pull the ATF make them a unit within the FBI because some of the investigation overlaps but if you do that did you make the F. B. I. to break and then they're going to kind of be scattered all over the place we have this one agency in the mail each of mass shootings.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on KTOK
"Twenty minutes false and misleading information is spreading in new ways across social media as people seeking to influence political campaigns or achieve illicit goals attempt to stay ahead of the likes of Facebook and Twitter trying to stop them Sarah Needleman reporter at the Wall Street journal says the new methods range from employing real people instead of just bots to post messages that appear authentic and trust worthy to sharing fabricated images audio and video Sarah what are we seeing it is that takes that were able to use and successfully and past years are no longer effective and not simply because at least the big platforms like Facebook and Twitter they a fairly clamp down on what they've been doing these bad actors are now adopting new techniques the lack of Mali we know everyone is to come back and so the the doctor these different Ricky's or plain public opinion and keeping other illicit goals on social media sites what are the different ways that they're trying to do this all on passe relied a lot on lighting automation Q. bad messages but those became a up to her obvious and so now on their pain people with light on line filings to behind the keyboard and and put out their messages I they are taking over dormant accounts and you know we revising them that under your care means but also it's it's more people behind it tonight to make to people and bought and the goal is to be the messages more tentec so they'll have you know we may maybe a group of people who will put out a message that we treat each other and then have some box which he does in an artificially expands they're also mixing triple content with people content so aid again easy easy couple things are true so that when something misleading is posted in between it doesn't seem that as for misleading because it's sort of buried in between triple seven it's it's it's a way to build trust followers and so they're also using technology they've advanced machine takes to what we call deep takes which altercations age actually is artificially created video images that you'll make a person to make it seem as if a real person is doing or saying things that they really did not actually do or say stick with Serra Needleman reporter at the Wall Street journal her pieces called users adopted new tactics to spread misleading online information so tie this into political campaigns as we headed to twenty twenty what what kind of defense can these campaign life well that and that is one of the biggest concerns that the platforms have they mean this isn't an issue they've been grappling with since the twenty sixteen election in terms of the how do you stop the spread of misinformation and I ate it it is a real challenge in a real concern and we are working at home is a great plan will timing to name just a few months ago we saw a or or was that more keepsake but Nancy Pelosi I'm spending on you too but they suck and the concern is that events are using details of her much more realistic and harder to detect a lot of those platforms he said Twitter reach out to the research community and they've shared datasets with those groups to hotel del lacking time to he then and come up with better ways of identifying problem accounts Facebook launched a DJ contest where they're working with researchers and actors to pretty steep takes and figure out you know how to where the yeah where's your details to look out for that might give something away and so yes some of the efforts that there the question they are these are not and and the answer is is unknown at this point and as time goes on the concern is that these actors will get sharper and you know the cashier and figure out ways to work platforms from mine detection sensor sterile needle in reporter at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on WTVN
"Center after they found a package with white powder inside in the mail room tests of the substance though show it was not hazardous the president is expected to make a decision on gun control this week NBC news reports he will be brief today on gun reform ideas that are endorsed by members of Congress he said yesterday he has been working with senators who are pushing for stronger background checks a teenager that led police on a chase in a stolen car has now been indicted for the death of a pedestrian in the middle of that pursuit to Franklin County grand jury has returned a six count indictment including aggravated vehicular homicide for sixteen year old Ramadan your reading of Michigan for the incident in February of this year prosecutors say you're really trying to a loop. lease on Columbus is east side even after hitting stop sticks hit sixty one year old Arthur Smith along south Hamilton wrote Smith died three months later for other juveniles in your reduce car at the time tried to flee on foot after the pursuit but were later apprehended reduce arraignment is set for tomorrow I'm Scott Jennings news radio six ten WTVN to Ohio daycare workers have been arrested after they were caught on video standing by is a five year old girl was bullied and assaulted by another student Columbus police say the day care video shows the older students grabbing pulling dragging and bullying the five year old girl the girl attempts to get away but is held down by the older students take care workers Joshua attendant and Emma Dietrich are seen on video making no attempt to stop the harassment at one point police say ten it picks up the girl by her ankle and carries her upside down by her legs before putting her on a rug the two workers now face child endangerment charges right pearl ABC news and we could see a decision today in the trial of Brooks Skyler Richard St the southern Ohio woman is accused of killing her newborn baby and burying it in her backyard she could spend the rest of her life in prison if the jury comes back with a guilty verdict on aggravated murder charges for radio six ten WTVN sports Ohio state opens big ten play Saturday at Indiana the Buckeyes blank Cincinnati forty two to nothing last Saturday head coach Ryan days says he's excited to see I was team is improved so it's a good step last week but this is really more ports that another plane in the conference in the competition behind it'll be tough game and we know that so we got to play well and the more you play the better if you have an idea what kind of team you have Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen says quarterback Michael panics junior is a game time decision with an undisclosed injury I use backup is Peyton Ramsey who started all twelve games for the Hoosiers in twenty eighteen in NFL news Sam Donald has mono and will miss Monday night's game against the Cleveland Browns the Carolina Panthers as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Thursday night football and the Columbus clippers can clinch their eleventh governor's Cup tonight with a win over the Durham bulls more sports in twenty minutes..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Story in about twenty minutes. If you've driven through the Orlando area lately, you know what a nightmare the road construction, is this morning's Gordon Deal has more on a massive project being undertaken in Florida to fix a crumbling interstate for speaking with Orion Campo Flores Wall Street Journal reporter piece entitled, the interstate is crumbling, try fixing the section used by two hundred thousand vehicles, a day, some of these numbers, you put together are just staggering but get explain the scope of this project that's happening in around Orlando. One of the largest roadway projects there is in the US at this point. It's also the largest public private partnership, that's been done in the Florida ever. And it is the, the widening of interstate for going through the Orlando area. It's twenty one miles of an area that, you know, fifty years ago when it was first built was a sparsely populated area and it now one of the fastest growing cities in the country. A dense area with office towers and malls and arenas and, and condos and that, you know is also one of the most visited places in the US seventy five million visitors a year come to see DisneyWorld universal, and all of that is moving through this very congested area and up the highway is just outdated.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The most major league buys history? It may be I think the, and of course, the earned run average is the worst in baseball. So this is going to be a long rebuild. So all yourselves in for every once in a while you make a good game. You can get a good seat at the yard. That is true. And the Baltimore blast lose. They were going for the fourth straight MSL title. They lose the Milwaukee wave last night two to one NFL draft. Ravens did pretty good. They got faster marquees Brown. He is a real jitterbug. Let me tell you guy can he can motivate and again, another wide receiver miles boykin Notre Dame. He's pretty fast not as fast as Hollywood Brown, though. Reserve calling him Hollywood to actually does something on the field. You know, the they only call him Hollywood not because you know, he's a showboat. But because you know, he's from Hollywood Florida. So we just going Brooksville Johnson. Hey, by the way, Mr. Johnson. Welcome back. Thank you. Mark did a great job in your absence. But again, we're glad to have you back here on the show and having some technical difficulties here there's morning so. Hopefully, we'll get those scored away here in the next thirty minutes or so Chuck appreciate it twenty twenty minutes after the hour. And again, what to do how do you fix it? We've had team commissioners. We've had all sorts of the biggest problem is. We don't have enough police. That's it right there. Five hundred officers short. How many we graduated the police academy this year twenty six so there's problem number one not enough gops? Let us know what you think about how you can. We can resolve this problem to get worse each and every year. Sean and Frank we're Maryland's wakeup call. Forget everything you were told about retirement planning the rules have changed in your strategy needs to change to a debt make plans to attend retirement today. A special two part retirement course with a focus on taxes. It's presented by Mike connect- and Ryan Herbert.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Triangulation
"The working memory 'cause they you have to pay attention to the environment to what the others are doing have to coordinate with your friends, you have to make up your strategy, and you tactics all that is consuming a lot of energy for the brain at. So the more the harder new keep this. It is to keep the twenty minutes as it's a good a good timing. Look at fed talks. Their mill twenty minutes. It's also because of that it's easier to focus on the topic for twenty minutes beyond that. It's it might be more difficult to stay concentrated unless you're super-motivated and your into a goal the flow. This is when you don't even realize that time is passing that you need to restaurant. Whoa. You're hungry because you really absorbed by your task, whether it is your you're creating something you are painting or you country numbers, or whatever it is that you do that you care about. And that requires some efforts, we are definitely in the flow of our conversation here, and I'm thoroughly enjoying it. But I yes. But I, but I do need to take a quick break. Taking your advice that breaks her good to thank our sponsor for this episode of triangulation, which is the interest shown, the interest is a podcast from Microsoft, and it is your biweekly conversation. An interview podcast about share point one drive and related. Technology within Microsoft, three sixty five you're gonna get the most out of share point unlearn, how it works for you. If you've listened to the interest on each episode covers important topics in information about Microsoft share point, including news and announcements a focused topic of the week, a guest perspective section where you hear from various experts users partners and customers a partner highlight where they'll feature a partner from the strong ecosystem frequently asked questions.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"I'm starting to get why your son's education is a little stunted. And that's the vocabulary that you're using with me right now. Like this. I thought to adults who act like. Okay. Listen, let me point out one more thing he did fail. Our sit still tests to. No, no, not skill test. Sit still test. We have the kiss. We have the kids sit still for twenty minutes. Right. Twenty minutes. He couldn't even make it. Thirteen minutes, sir before moving around. That's an automatic on accurate school to school. Obedient campers kid. Well, we do believe that we do believe. I'm gonna go ahead and be honest with you and let you know that I did not hear a word. You just said. Again, the reason for this phone call to tell you your son is not graduating. Absolutely graduating that. Dollars. Oh, look there. I tuned you out again. Down here and kick your ass like an adult. How about that? Looks like I missed what you said again. Jim. Watch watch. Respect people. What if I tell you that this is a prank phone call with that make it better for you? What are you talking about? Now,.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"And he knew what this meant she had said right now, and he understood the priority of their request. I'll be home in twenty minutes. He quickly followed his last statement with you know, what to do baby. She ended the call. She always ended their calls. I and he wanted it that way he always wanted her to know he was ready and valuable for her wanted her to take her take him seriously as her safe-space her piece, yet, forty minutes later piece was the last thing in the bid as they were in the throes of the most respectfully disrespectful six ever, Tony was tossing me as body into positions deemed them both legitimate contortionists. And he knew she loved every second of it. His personal challenge was to complement this sexual frenzy with a balancing amount of intimate moments that let her know he truly cared beyond the climax for every thrust. There was a caress every bite. There was a kiss. This was forever sex in his mind, and he was determined to make her understand that as they laid staring at the ceiling and post post Koito bliss. He turned to me, and it might her. Beauty. He stroked the side of her face with the back of his hand. I'm still shaking. Tony still pulsing. I hate that. I have to have you me said see then faces him in whispers, you're my diction. Tony. I want you to crave me. He said, I crave you a one feed this very very mutual addiction daily every single day Mia. He lowered his voice, this is.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Together as parents always help each other out. Great advice, Marcus. Oh, yeah. No. I mean. Commercials seen as win the got the young couple in in twenty minutes. You wanna go and they going to better and fuller out. And then after the baby they had a couple of kids like we got twenty minutes, you wanna go and they've got CPAC machine on top of the cover and she passed out to because they're so worn out and having the kids, right? I mean, everything literally changes in that moment and never forget babies. They're resilient. I remember we had act. I walk in the house. I'll never forget this. I haven't been that carrier. I didn't know how to put him in the baby. I mean. These you walking up stairs. I watched her give birth. My children like women are the toughest thing I've ever seen in my entire life. Man. I know pain and sitting here with him. And I was like I really get you gotta man. And I remember, I would clean everything. I mean, just crazy. Putting the mic way me to sterilize plans of the same kids. Can't people like it falls on the ground. Take it all spin on it putting her mouth agape, and I've never run across the parents that didn't didn't it's a progression. And no matter what season parents tell new parents you were still going to default to your own parenting regulations. What you see is trial and hair. Okay. Truly isn't. And no matter what as the as the fodder realize that woman what she just went through and carry that baby. And all that mass. I do whenever you know. I do man. I and this sleepless nights. Yeah. Those exist man, just get used to them. I mean, you'll get to the zone kind of going through hell he also told me that he was. Is going to have night duty 'cause he doesn't sleep well at night and the first night, we were home someone it happened every night. I. The first time act started crying look over at Marcus and his eyes immediately. Shut tight and I'm like hat sorry. Go always, you know, pretending to be sleeping. Well. Hungry. I can't help you with that. That's the mother. Candidly sleeping. He could've read my back while I was eating. Yeah. I love that. Because we always had a rule in our house when they were babies, you know, if you wake him you shake him, you know, you gotta get him back to sleep. Oh, yeah. Got like mine the the dog on the ground we ever find me get Sania. But hey, I mean just know that as you know, people have been doing panning stuff and being been parents since the beginning. Okay. And before they build and all that stuff and just have a great time with it. And it does go by fast. I I noticed that man and before and they are so much when they get to that age six seven when they get their own personalities. That's.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Restaurant that. No, no, you what we serve how good Gordon Ramsay could be working there. I'm not near my restaurant. Not putting donkey in the name of it. If you. Yeah. If you if your name is Dr donkey you'll serve better be on point. Because you set yourself up with a name. That's just gonna make food critics. They will come purpose notified as bad as just has some fun to write about they will say that. Because that's what they will say they make fun. How does? Darcy's donkey tastes like. Darcy's donkey appropriate name because our survey was complete jackass. They look for things like they say, I'm not being mean the place as potential it does. And I probably will go back just give it a fed a fish a chance, but get get shit together. If you work there, I'm not trying too hard. If you know somebody who works there pass it along and needs to be known that that was some of the worst service. I've had in a long time. I is bad when they tell you had a time. Yes, we fucked up. You got about twenty minutes. Don't be mean to them. If you're going y'all talking on the look this up. Now don't be mean to them. Just let them know that we were we mentioned them, and we are giving some some advice improve on the service be more prompt in you have to bar the staff a little bit more. There's no reason why you should have to wait twenty minutes for drink. That's not even a real drink. That's messed up, and you gotta send it back and wait another ten minutes because of whatever reason behind it sounds like some of those people have the mentality of listen, we're swamped just get it out there. It's better. It's better to get it out there. Not great than the do a good job. Yeah. I mean, what it felt rushed? It did feel rushed sounds like it. Yeah. Let me see. Well, let me know if you go back because I don't really see any reason why you would. Okay. Apparently, it's not just me skull. I hope that you got this from yelp. Because yelp that was sounds like our experience, but you know, skull them. We'll look at this. Yeah. Skull got right on it. This is from yelp from this place. Darcy's donkey I'm just telling you just in case you come to town, and you need to know, let's see here. Skull is. Service was horrible.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"Free agents of potentially available for a lot of teams in the eastern and western conferences. So it's going to be a fun summer as we like to say another fun summer of hectic moves and players should articles being written about decisions being made by players. Yeah. We're officially past the halfway Mark. How do you feel? I'm tired. I had I had a random nap today where I was texting I set my phone down next thing, you know, FedEx delivering me a package, and it's an hour hour later than it was when I lay down. So I had a nice unexpected hour nap on the couch to blankets little billow in between my in between my knees. Always makes me feel a little bit better and more comfortable when I'm laying on my back on my side. But I'm a little tired, man. I can feel the I can feel the forty games off played one game. I've missed so far this season ankle sprain practices are shorter. We're having more twenty twenty days, which basically means twenty minutes in the weight room, twenty minutes on the court. And then you get off the court as fast as possible good. You gotta try to preserve your legs. A lot of extra shots in between time on off days and things of that nature. But sometimes rest is the best answer for everything. Massage float scheduling hot yoga for the end of the month. So just trying to plan my schedule. Accordingly. So that I can get the most out of my body before all-star break in February. But I'm not gonna lie to you, man. It's it's grind and the season goes fast. But you feel it your body feels that when you wake up in the mornings, you feel a little difference in game forty as opposed to to game ten that daily repetition and the tedious nature of the NBA. Is it is this the hardest time of the season right before all sort at after all star. Just like I feel like most guys now start to fade a little bit in terms of not not necessarily production. Although you'll see that. But just they don't have that same that same second gear. This is when the wall comes right before also break, I wouldn't even say late January is usually when the wall comes you see somebody younger guy start to struggle more, more fatigued, and this is when you're diet, how many hours of sleep, you're getting your preparation. How you restore your body? This is when.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"In Jordan didn't have the same half in the second half. And I after still score some points enough to beat them. Was really consistent and. Jon Morgan is just an exceptional post players come in here. The soldiers and. Zeller's and things like that. That guy just passed as he just gets under everybody. Johnny a great job in the first half in the second half as worried about foul trouble. Whatever. It wasn't as good. Overall effort in our team. John. Thanks, john. Pledge faster. Some shots, and we really. We just really came out. We. We. I think we're better rhythm man to man 'cause we just played Penn State. Right. There are a little bit. When we were just playing all also how people are gonna play. And so rather than and we we set the tone get them in foul trouble with two big as. Difference. Tremendous tremendous. There's really tough to stop her. She does a great job get him into situation where they can be successful where he doesn't have to wait. Just give them the ball. Bucket. So lose them both. About twenty minutes. Total must have been different sports down here. Earning practice. This was in burning. How much was the and and there was a need. And it was an he's making progress in practice. But but that is that a few times a practice, and it was just just. Some sort of trying to learn, you know, what's the next step? What's the next play? You know? And it's just really simple things that as the game slows down for him. He's more capable on further. But that was a matter of foul play Austin by John and Brannigan really pleased with and hopefully that's gives them confidence. So that Catholics.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on KOMO
"With twenty minutes of nonstop news. Kent police shot and killed a hit and run suspect. Here's more from komo's lease stole. This all started with Auburn police who were responding to a hit and run at around midnight. They asked Ken for help because the driver took off Auburn police through a spike strip at the driver kept going ten police performed a pit maneuver basically pushing that car off the road. We're told as they approach the driver, the thirty eight year old fired a shot, a Kent officer returned fire striking him, he immediately tried to help that driver, Alex. But that driver died officer who fired is. Eight year veteran and is on paid leave which is standard in an investigation. Like this last night a man called nine one one to tell Seattle police he had killed his brother. This was shortly after six thirty in the Fremont neighborhood near north furnish forty first street and Fifth Avenue north nowhere to how the brother died. Police did take the color into custody later Edmonds police need some help tracking down the people responsible for last month's murder of a young man after a party at the Edmonds senior center. Komo's Carleen Johnson has twenty three year old. Alexander roads was shot. Several times says the party was ending early on the morning of December fifteenth in Edmonds police sergeant Josh McClure tells KOMO there were dozens of people there at least two people had guns that were fired off further getting little if any cooperation nobody is coming forward with any information. And because there were so many people there, and we know other people witnesses and know what happened. No, we're going to need that cooperation bring Mr. roads killer to Justice a few days later at a family vigil. Detectives were given a short piece of cell phone. Video from the shooting. Short clip doesn't.