33 Burst results for "Twenty Nine Minutes"

Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5

"The jazz a wrapped up their first round series in five games by downing the Grizzlies one twenty six one ten Donovan Mitchell scored twenty six of his thirty points in the first half he also had ten assists and six rebounds in twenty nine minutes Mitchell cap you toss big first half with two contested twenty six foot jumpers to make it seventy five fifty wanted to break fix setting the tone was huge well I think we did that is unit on both ends of the floor understand that you can't give a team like that life Jordan Clarkson dropped in twenty four points and Rudy go there had twenty three with fifteen rebounds to help power the top seeded jazz to the fourth straight win chrisley star John Moran finished his record setting first playoff series with twenty seven points eleven assists I'm Dave Ferrie

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Antetokounmpo has triple-double, Bucks rip Knicks 134-101

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Antetokounmpo has triple-double, Bucks rip Knicks 134-101

"Yeah this intent to Cobo followed up his MVP performance in the all star game with his fifth triple double of the season delivering twenty four points ten rebounds and ten assists in twenty nine minutes as the box blew out the Knicks one thirty four one a one he went eight of twelve from the floor and made all seven of his free throws in Milwaukee seventh win in eight games we did a great job for us with him and we try to keep them in front their plan not a one on one on will you know they're trying to take on the defensive end be give them crap Milwaukee shot fifty seven point five percent against New York which entered the night leading the NBA in scoring defense field goal percentage defense and three point percentage defense R. J. Barrett had twenty two points Alex Burks had seventeen for the Knicks I'm Dave Ferrie

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Spooky Stories Week

Feedback with EarBuds

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Spooky Stories Week

"This week's theme comes to us from Shane McClellan and is called spooky stories. Here's why chose this theme he writes Hey. My name is Shane McClellan. I'm the creator of the files podcast and theme I chose is spooky stories because while October the spookiest time of the year. Here, are the episodes chosen by Shane for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from old gods of Appalachia and is called prologue. It's nine minutes long. Welcome to our APPALACHIA. We're hearts are good. Hands are. And no one wants to talk about what sleeps beneath us. The next episode comes to us from the cue files and is called the Donner Party, it's twenty three minutes long. This is the horrifying story of the Donner Party told like never before. Next up is scare you sleep and the episode is called Cannibals it's thirty seven minutes long. Spooky soothing unnerving bedtime stories. The next episode comes to us from stories with Sapphire and is called Dula for death. It's twenty nine minutes long. Listening for unique perspectives on death. and. The last episode of the week comes to us from euphemistic and it's called a vampire feeds. It's thirty three minutes long. Here's the description real vampires the draining of blood, the feeding on others and the quest to keep others fed. Those are the episodes chosen by Shane for this week's theme Spooky Stories.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tool here twenty nine minutes coming back in on the Eisenhower it's forty minutes to three ninety thirty seven inbound looking out of the I. Stevenson I should say forty five minutes to the veterans memorial twenty eight minutes in the lake shore drive in on the Dan Ryan not too bad eighteen minutes from downtown to ninety fifth and twenty minutes in the other direction in the news this afternoon bowling got some bad news to reveal the should say that federal regulators will likely not prove it's grounded seven thirty seven MAX until this summer that's much later than expected the plane was grounded last March after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed three hundred and forty six people here will now start screening for mysterious Chinese virus now that a passenger and at Seattle has become second in China six people have died and hundreds of others have become ill and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell abruptly changed proposed rules for president trump's impeachment today after senators objected is now offering three days rather than two for opening arguments from each side that will allow for shorter days WGN sports hawks at home against Florida tonight the pre game at seven pace off at seven thirty right here on seven twenty WGN and WGN radio dot com and also I should say the that college basketball includes northwestern playing in Evanston Marquette playing Saint John's to your money on WGN the Dow dropped this afternoon after word from Boeing and also about the Chinese virus hitting U. S. shorelines it's now down a hundred twenty three points the nasdaq down for and the S. and P. five hundred down five I'm Steve are trained on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN this is Anna devices in the skyline studios as Steve just pointed out you're listening to WGN coming up in just a few minutes here we're gonna have the top trending stories what's making news across Chicago what people are liking and sharing couple coyote stories make the news and coach queue at the United center some big celebrations out there I know real con in the crew are going to be broadcasting live from out there but a number of things going on that are pretty exciting for the hawks but without further ado let's get a front row Phyllis she is Kagel forty you cover the music scene for how long now it's Phyllis I mean you you've done you've basically viewed everybody right I'm pretty close yeah it's been about a decade of highlights for you are there any that come to mind off the top of your head what kind of sleep the first one Dolly Parton I know right we love her yes she's a she's as delicious as she looks and sounds yeah so brutally honest you just get a level comes out of her mouth yeah like wow did she just celebrated birthday that she saw regret that I think she did a couple days ago yeah super cool right and she's just she she makes herself is like he spoke but she's just so loveable so lovable so loving and who else anybody else make a list of your top you know there's so many of them but just recently was lady antebellum we finally got a chance to at the thirty first annual country cares for Saint Jude kids which I was out last week we finally got a chance to talk on the red carpet and they're like we've been trying to do this for several years I said I know so it worked out great he said that they do that yeah how does one get in touch with the lady and balanced people because there's I mean there's there's huge stars right mazing I mean they're just like amazing talents say Iran isn't everybody's clamoring to talk and and they're very busy you know a lot of people don't realize is that when they come in for two hours they really just come in for a short period of time and then they're off you know flying out again to the next city and you know so they're pretty busy yeah and I guess it's tiring sometimes to see got to come out if they really don't have a ton of time for you right but they had time for year say dead let's frame up a little bit of what happened did this just happened over this past weekend you were just in Memphis Memphis Tennessee is not national world music stuff happens is of the mail I just got a big scene too right and there's a special reason you're in Memphis gas so this was the thirty first annual country cares for Saint Jude cads and this all started with Randy Allen from Alabama and he actually reached out thirty one years ago and he said to the country community I'd love your help I'd love your support and they all wrapped around him and as years and years and years and they have raised over eight hundred and fifty million dollars through this because it's incredible what they have been able to do for Saint Jude yep Jude and being amazing because over the years you've had Blake Shelton there Carrie Underwood Brad Paisley was there this year look Brian's been your your past you have the biggest names in country music asked just a paid in this yeah and give their busy give time out of their busy schedules yeah they also perform yeah so it's an event that takes place as the red carpet and then there's a jam session so on Friday evening lady antebellum performed and then they received one of the biggest awards which was because they've been doing it for a decade and they've reverie here every year and not only do they do it every year but they also participate throughout the year they've given over six hundred thousand dollars to Saint Jude and so they perform they received the angel award which is the biggest award to get from St jailed and then on Saturday evening it was a jam session with Brad Paisley Randy Allen and a bright young right right and then they had that one of the surviving patients at a craft who met Brad last year she got a chance to you know meet him and they put a song together and it's not on the radio we have I think we have a little bit of audio from the events that you covered some of the things you're describing let's listen in here Hey we are here with Addie prance so we want do you love about Saint Jude what's that one thing because I know there's so many things but thought that one thing that you love about things of the people for sure it's just like a community of hope it's like a family really they make you feel incredible yeah they're just the most uplifting people in the entire world that is so cool they perform the country music stars but then they also go visit the kids they do in the hospital yes we all got a chance to visit the kids in the hospital and I have to it not that kids but we got a chance to toward the hospital and I have to tell you I've never seen anything like it and it's a happy place yeah it's a beautiful happy place and these kids I mean from everything from the foods that are brought in for them to one teenager asked for you know a Xbox and within twenty minutes a concierge hadn't Xbox for him hi I mean they really really they take care of the kids they take care of the families it's all all about them and everybody has a positive happy attitude it's amazing amazing for everything that they're going through all those kids will inspire you I think because they got to grow up fast sometimes when they have to do a medical treatments but they're also they they just have that positive spirit yeah it's amazing and it's really a family environment from the C. E. L. all the way down to you know the person that's checking queue in over at the front desk so yeah it is really incredible you have a special role with St Jude gas I was asked to be a spokesperson for Saint Jude and I'm so excited they had a huge local branch here in Chicago and they do about four events during the year and could always use plenty of volunteers and support and there's just always so many things going on so yeah so you've been able to see first hand the kinds of things they do yes it is number of their hospitals it's just one house fire and then yeah in Memphis at the main hospital that's all it is it's just in Memphis and then they have local branches in several different cities that do a lot of the fund raising so can you see those ads on TV and that kind of thing that's where it's located yes for the kids mostly will go yes to receive treatments and to be part of this inspirational happy place the escribe that set yeah that's where that is and to think they get you know these big stars to come visit us program it's incredible and the kids so look forward to it from the performances to hanging out with you know Jennifer Aniston too I mean it's pretty amazing it's really really helps the kids so it isn't just the music stars of now you're around they're having all kinds of programs yeah like this yes yeah what do they do locally then Phyllis of what's there locally they have different events that take place so there's four different events that take place and that's what they do is they fund raise and then the money goes to all the research that takes place and you know what's really amazing is that if you have a child here in Chicago and they want to and they don't want to go to Memphis and they'll work with the doctors here for example it Laurie hospital and they'll coordinate and share the research so they're not opposed to any of that kind of stuff you know they want to work together and they want to take care of that child you know their theory is that right now it's one out of five children died of cancer and they wanted to be there should be no child that dies of cancer so there's a treatment component there's a research component yeah it's a research hospital yeah trying to help solve this problem a pediatric cancers yes bye bye through through that that is funded mostly from donations from the service is also on the nations yes it's from individuals it's from the fundraisers it's from concerts that you know artists put on yeah that's how they do it what an amazing thing Riley is how about for you to get involved in that too it's yes it is real it makes me feel so good it just warms are still are high right I bet so what's next for you Phil as well as what I know you're always involved in right the lady was very this is extremely Grammys are common Iran is are coming this weekend you gotta watch that and that's going to be really it's always a spectacle I love it and that's the right greatest concert because the past day all you get to see so many people across so many genres but then they bring it because they're playing for each other right you got to make sure your prize when you're you've got the music industry right house right you can have a pet that you looking forward to seeing who's you know honestly the first one that comes to mind is live though I mean I love the fact that she's just blossomed into and then I love seeing some of the little again the other artists that come by and and he's really going to be is just great I mean a watching everybody on the red carpet that's one of our favorite let you be there for that we are not at the Grammys this year we will be there next year okay next year you will be that you'll be watchin just like all of us get a senator and routing on I love it too because it introduces you to some artistic like wait a minute I I really like in this person right the up and coming star yes I love that and of course the star chance the rapper get all those awards for years back in exactly kago ties that I've always written for the local folks as well how can people find you front row Phyllis were they were the.

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Clippers 128, Cavaliers 103: Kawhi Leonard's 43 points carry Clippers to rout of Cavs

SportsCenter AllNight

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Clippers 128, Cavaliers 103: Kawhi Leonard's 43 points carry Clippers to rout of Cavs

"Littered with forty three points he's got six triples slowly this game in the clips are up one oh three to seventy one we go on a one twenty eight one oh three victory over the Cavaliers Kawhi Leonard forty three points in twenty nine minutes first cooperative score at least forty you within thirty minutes for you guys came in the first half ball movement open things up for you guys this is you know we've been missing a lot of concern for the last few days was essential services forty three points for you as even high and you made it look easy heated in just twenty nine minutes what means use cell affected in this game just a moment trust me obviously a dismissal so you have six three but also a floating into the room as well how would you describe how well you're moving out there overall the team play well the government must because they may sauce over the for for play over the last few games how important what they could come in with the right energy that you guys played with every game as a matter of closing with a loss

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Clippers 128, Cavaliers 103: Kawhi Leonard's 43 points carry Clippers to rout of Cavs

SportsCenter AllNight

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Clippers 128, Cavaliers 103: Kawhi Leonard's 43 points carry Clippers to rout of Cavs

"Littered with forty three points he's got six triples slowly this game in the clips are up one oh three to seventy one we go on a one twenty eight one oh three victory over the Cavaliers Kawhi Leonard forty three points in twenty nine minutes first cooperative score at least forty you within thirty minutes for you guys came in the first half ball movement open things up for you guys this is you know we've been missing a lot of concern for the last few days was essential services forty three points for you as even high and you made it look easy heated in just twenty nine minutes what means use cell affected in this game just a moment trust me obviously a dismissal so you have six three but also a floating into the room as well how would you describe how well you're moving out there overall the team play well the government must because they may sauce over the for for play over the last few games how important what they could come in with the right energy that you guys played with every game as a matter of closing with a loss

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In from here twenty nine minutes thirty seven L. down hitting the brakes from Monroe to Damon Avenue in doubt I can stop and go from I did in the trip in from route three ninety thirty four minutes thirty three outbound now the weather from the WGN Chicago weather center tonight snow is likely with a low around twenty three degrees we could get less than half an inch tomorrow mostly cloudy with a high near thirty three and on Tuesday the sun returns with a high near thirty and wind gusts as high as twenty miles an hour a twenty three year old woman was shot while asleep in our home in the Inglewood neighborhood early this morning as WGN TV is Kelly Davis reports it happened in the five hundred block of west sixty second when someone drove by and fired several shots into the home the woman was hit in the right ankle and taken a Saint Bernards in stable condition police say five other people were inside the house at the time but no one else was injured police do not have any one in custody at this time area south detectives are investigating the woman was shot in a second floor bedroom a driver is dead after crashing a van into a concrete wall in the south loop this morning police and firefighters say they were called to the four hundred block of west Polk near south Clinton the nineteen ninety seven Dodge van caught fire after hitting a concrete wall near the old post office an unoccupied tractor trailer was also damaged the ZPD major accident investigation team is handling the case authorities could not immediately determine the gender or age of the person who died a fire on the sell side killed a man early this morning and left a woman in critical condition around three AM Chicago firefighters were dispatched to the four hundred block of west one hundred twenty seven street for a reported fire a sixty year old man and woman were transported to the hospital in critical condition the man was later pronounced dead at the hospital the woman remains in critical condition at Christ hospital firefighters say the building had no working.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Look at Tandy there's no doubt he'll be part of the rotation I guess the question would be is how many minutes we actually played every ball game and how that is subtracted or added to other combinations is a pure line ups all the floors are going the idea of how you well that might play out it's gonna affect when good been is because Clinton's averaging twenty nine minutes a game that's of fourth on the league of fourth on the team only behind false gross of place thirty five minutes noisy Marcia thirty three minutes Jason car with thirty minutes so I think he's going to eat in it it's going up and it's better because yeah thirty four minutes thirty five minutes so that's too many minutes no saber had a more productive bins those numbers would be around twenty eight twenty nine minutes so I don't think it'll be just one person ended up back still it'll be all the guards going good and Paul scrubs and ninety Marshall on the fourth of the musketeers which Marshall good Scruggs harder Jones looks good more have the ball the start the second half they have Johnson Fleming Hazen on the four one with Miller in a side job other big center who is such a good first half eleven points to the ball game with the with the first possessions a remand the man defense Miller with the throws a downloading thirteen points Dallesandro law posted up with the right block was able to put Jones behind it on his back in a beautiful leaf passed to the base like caught it easily lay them and all the prep work was done before the pace of the catch.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Conditions apply new customers only because of his mobile dot com for details coming up on twenty nine minutes after the hour first light on this Friday morning because the CEO Yvonne must is taking on the work force had a pick up truck market with his latest electric vehicle fibre truck an electric pickup truck will be in production in twenty twenty one he says must says this pick up will cost about thirty nine thousand nine hundred dollars and up and we'll have an estimated battery range of two hundred fifty to more than five hundred miles now edging into the most profitable corner of the US auto market where buyers tend to have very fierce brand loyalty you know many pick up truck going to stick with the same brand for life choosing a truck based on what their mom or dad for over what they decide might be the toughest model Gordon a professor at the university of Michigan law school of business as a pick up buyers for their very much creatures of habit getting a loyal Ford one fifty buyers to buy a Chevy Silverado is like asking him to leave his family this is Friday on first light the call morning news break her shoulder it is kind of fun to be on there was something is breaking and looking for information as it's happening pulling stuff together on the fly we're having to talk and thinking process at the same time I'm a news guy so I'm in the right place homeowner use stay connected stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news good morning komo news time is four thirty America the global twenty four seven news center coming up why it took awhile before you found out about the mold infections at Seattle children's hospital it's thirty four degrees with overcast skies in downtown Seattle here's ABC the house impeachment inquiry are now over when lawmakers return for the thanksgiving break particles of impeachment are drawn up by the Judiciary Committee and passed by the full house the case will move on to the Senate ABC's merry Bruce on Capitol.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Can you can get them it's six o'clock now good evening I'm Kitty o'neill with the K. K. afternoon news hi my character to hear the stories trending now news ninety three point one KFBK we take a look at one local community and what they did to honor veterans today and how Caltrans is getting involved to help the homeless and an update from Barts on the incident where a man was detained for eating on the platform details just ahead traffic and weather together their first every ten minutes and it's off to the cave ky traffic center you're standing bar had retired it's nice having back reporting was about eighty riverside Avenue traffic hazard working there and it looks like it's over the shoulder now but it's still a little a little slowing there as you come in and from the well the basically Douglas Boulevard area all the way through westbound eighty dad had the splint twenty nine minutes no not even close these camps city is now nine minutes fantastic also nine minutes at the Roseville eastbound AT your they'll grow bids tiny bit quicker on I five eleven minutes supposed to twelve minutes on ninety nine I also had to fall some twenty minutes again at this time of the day normally you would not see that on a work day then ten woodland north on I five seventeen minutes and it's going to be about ten minutes to Davis on westbound eighty but we do have some US series slowly going through Davis our lease we did it's okay it's gone never mind I will go back and said never say that traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Dana has news ninety three point one K. VK we remain warm and dry through mid week at least for tonight partly cloudy lows forty six to fifteen tomorrow would Wednesday high clouds will dim sunshine much of the time.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Said that they heard about another park I think he swears like Robert deniro in real life I am Travis you just leave that opening time he's in a way he is my how the our door king yes we will do in the middle of the night if necessary exactly all right twenty nine minutes after the hour Stephanie Miller show. the history of Air America lives here this is W. C. P. T. eight twenty Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. back on the beach with these Republicans across the country have done everything they can to suppress the vote and now they won't even pass legislation in the Senate. your solution to prevent Russian meddling in America's election based on the view by Mitch McConnell that the trump administration has already. Scarborough call them Moscow may back on the beach with decay Saturdays one to four PM on WC eight twenty this Israeli fever from McCarty Ford we take safety very seriously at our dealership you probably already know that texting while driving is illegal a new law that took effect early this summer tells you just how seriously the state of Illinois is taken now if your car just hold your phone while driving you can get a moving violation tickets with a fine and points on your driving record no tax Dino talking no accessing map Celestron Bluetooth it's even illegal now to text and talk of a stop sign a red light a lawyer sitting in traffic you can only legally hold your phone is parked on the shoulder of the road for fourteen emergency and running late for a meeting is not considered emergency every new for resellers equipped with Bluetooth and voice commands so if you're running late for that meeting just push a button on the steering wheel and tell Google or series to make that call or send a text for you pay attention to the world and by the next vehicle from McCarty Ford at a hundred fifteenth in southwestern road on the south side for online twenty four seven am McCarty Ford dealer dot.

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'Avatar' and 'Avengers' trade compliments as 'Endgame' becomes box-office champ

First Light

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

'Avatar' and 'Avengers' trade compliments as 'Endgame' becomes box-office champ

"Twenty nine minutes past the hour and if there was any doubt that the twenty nineteen box office belong to the Walt Disney company this weekend put an end to that not only did it's photo realistic remake of the lion king devour opening weekend records for the month of July and the P. G. rated films but Avengers endgame also crept past avatar to become the highest grossing film of all time the line king this weekend roared into four thousand seven hundred twenty five movie theaters and grossed an estimated and stunning one hundred eighty five million

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Exactly twenty nine minutes after the hour now commands coming up next on the Stephanie Miller show you know you can listen to W. C. P. T. stream by other website tune in radio iTunes and windows media click the listen live tablet W. C. P. T. twenty dot com I'm Welton Gaddy host of stated belief radio whether it's domestic politics or international terrorism these days every saying it seems gets impacted by religious rhetoric on our show we challenge assumptions and check with the constitution to make sure that the language of issues what to vote for or who to vote for you can get married and full access to the American dream we bring you encouraging stories of inter religious initiatives and the kind of co existence at our founding fathers imagine we do it with interviews with leading voices from across the nation as well as compelling everyday Americans working to make the world a better place make sure you every week for stated belief radio Saturday morning at six on W. C. B. T. eight twenty Chicago's progressive talk have you noticed cracker sinking concrete around your home drive way sidewalks garage floors or patios in addition to looking bad cracker sinking concrete causes an uneven surface that poses a safety hazard hi I'm Roy Spencer present a permissive would you like to fix the problem without replacing the concrete we have the solution for you permissible palatable phone can be injected beneath concrete services leveling and preventing future settlement called permissive today eight hundred four two one zero for a free evaluation this is done with minimal disruption quickly and at a fraction of the cost of concrete replacement and unlike traditional much Jackie methods of a phone is lightweight so it doesn't add additional weight to the area how I love was the most durable cosmetically appealing solution to your cracked or sinking concrete call pharmacy up today at eight hundred four two one C. all that's eight hundred four two one S. C. A. L. or visit pharmacy dot net a.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The past few months on the TV it costs more to ride the MBTA as of today six percent more no not too many happy faces this morning the WBZ newsradio local news radio WBZ ten thirty and I eighty five degrees in Boston at three thirty good afternoon on Ben Parker here's what's happening the women's World Cup semi final match up between the U. S. in England is under way twenty nine minutes into the game and the score is tied one there is a World Cup viewing party at Boston's city hall plaza on this warm summer day somebody sees Kim Tunnicliffe is with the revelers slots fun there at city hall plaza Kim yeah or have been one of the fun out of your band the crowd is growing it's about a hundred or so people watching the USA whether in the World Cup semi final now some stands up well one shares others are sitting on blankets on the heart wait while number of people like me sitting in the shade of the steps over by the government center T. station everyone wraps it in here Kristin press for the first all of the gate within the first fifteen minutes the crowd was silent though when England match that go with the goal of their own network dance now what the one that many of the people I spoke with thanks they are disappointed and surprised that making a rap that though it's not starting the game or Latinos you think they're all my this year yeah US thank you for so they are ahead of everyone here so why you think that the you know but must be injured but they feel the USA even without her start I think you all plastic and the thief walked in right all right can keep cool by the way winner of today's game will play the finals against either the Netherlands or Sweden they'll play their semi final game tomorrow again USA just taking the lead there in the semi final game against England two to one will keep you posted a big day for twenty five people in their closest friends and family on board the USS constitution knew what U. S. citizens taking their old WBZ's Chris farmer was at the ceremony which featured a lot of smiles and some meaningful words judge William G. young presided over today's proceedings during which he eloquently reminded the candidates and all of us in attendance of the core values that breathe life into America the dream we are all here was a good idea we hold these truths to be self evident that are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights that among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness on the decks of old iron sights Chris from the WBZ Boston news radio and the U. S. navy band sea chanters with America the beautiful as part of that ceremony today coming up a lawsuit aiming to get president trump's tax returns release three thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic on the three years for missing Mike that troubles up to the north bend ninety three southbound is jammed from Concord St down into war a few miles as you try to get by the remains of a truck fire a commerce way you want to be in those left lanes to get through they're a little easier on northbound delays as usual from this take a bridge up through rose up through a up to Roosevelt circle and more delays Montvale effort to commerce way one twenty eight south bound in trouble at a standstill from route sixty two in Danvers down to Peabody with the left lane crash shortly after one fourteen north bound delays from ninety five up to that scene expressway south bound hung up from the tunnel down to South Bay you're back on the brakes before granted out of north bound is tied up for his proposed way of passing the posit three south you've got that stop no down pass union St back on the breaks down after eighteen but all clear at the Sagamore bridge now and under a mile for the Bourne bridge one twenty eight south as those on again off again delays highland have done to get him at the ninety three is tied up both ways getting the route twenty four I should mention this back every twenty eight's jammed up both ways to Randolph in Milton with a crash right at the intersection of check a topic road Mike king WBZ's traffic on the three so we're going to check the forecast now with mostly clear skies for tonight we'll see temperatures in the low sixties in the suburbs seventy downtown tomorrow mostly sunny day another warm day a bit more humid as well we'll be in the low to mid eighties in the city and inland sections about eighty or so at the beach is clear to partly cloudy tomorrow night low sixty nine.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Morning and will be hosting the new podcast amped up without resistor coming soon coming soon on the sexy podcast network. Very very exciting. Yeah. Travis. You said it when we were we're having internal discussions. I'm not just a figurehead like the Queen actually involved. You were like a he's young. He's young and hopeful, we're old and bitter. They're him. He's he's hot hopeful cranky late night host. And he's like Ellen Degeneres. I'm Letterman, and he's right. Okay. All right. But yeah, we were saying you're so great obviously on Twitter, and this is like we've been saying this forever. This is what air America should have been. Honestly, these are the smartest funniest liberals in the country. And we're going at it that way, we're not going to keep asking for wealthy liberals to fund infrastructure. We're going to do it. We're gonna bring the content and they're all free. So things have you been download all of them and support them sport, the advertisers. You will create the progressive infrastructure that we want. We're doing it ourselves and we get amplify the voices that you want. We need to hear to fill in the gaps that the mainstream media not covering. Yep. There you go twenty nine minutes after the hour. More powdery sister on the Stephanie Miller show. If you can't get enough of Chicago, Illinois, politics, you don't wanna miss back with Senator. Senator McCain did was vote against.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"District wide. Newsradio K if became traffic and weather together every ten minutes, it's back to the traffic center. And Dana Hess, Roseville autumn. All get busy downtown to the split. Eastbound cap city about seventeen minutes this point if you're heading out to Roseville from there. It's going to be another ten minutes to Douglas boulevard out to L groped southbound I five fourteen minute ride for you there and about eighteen on ninety nine and boy eastbound fifty getting very slow again twenty nine minutes downtown to Folsom on eastbound fifty and it looks like west bound fifty. We still have that battery at east Bidwell street and the number one lane downtown to woodland northbound I five is twenty one minutes, and if you're heading to Davis on westbound eighty it's about a thirteen minute ride in very slow traffic. Meg is way through Davis from Richards to just past Mace boulevard. And a factory certified pre owned vehicle means at least a one hundred sixty point inspection by factory trained technician. So that any damage to warn parts or repaired or replaced, the manufacturer standards before you buy the vehicle the Roseville automobile driven. Do you ever do the best? Thank you. Five forty. I'm data has NewsRadio K PK. Right. Let's take a look at the forecast that dry dry day today. We going on there last night said that it would be kind of a wet commute in the afternoon today. But that didn't happen cloudy skies tonight, some rain possible overnight look for a.

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ECB pushes out rate hike and offers new loans to banks

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:29 min | 2 years ago

ECB pushes out rate hike and offers new loans to banks

"The debate absent a new series of targeted. Long-term loans will be called tau truck three. Let's the why. Did. Whatever. Simple the banks as they are everywhere. But particularly in European credit pro-cyclical when you get a slow down they pull back on lending cap the lending picks. They haven't cleared their problems the warriors in Europe. When you get a mild, slowdown, all whatever you think. This slowdown is in Europe to the banks will ultimately pulled back, and it will pull back even more. So because these rounds of cheap funding to mature the previous rounds, and therefore the wants to get ahead of that. I would consider this a preemptive measure stimulative mesh, which is ultimately the problem the right guidance. Maybe you consider that to be stimulative. They have moved the right guidance out saying they won't hike rates essentially at any point through two thousand nineteen saying they will keep rates on hold at least three twenty nine thousand nine previously. The right guidance was through the summer of two thousand hundred I would also say that's marginal. I'd say this is largely reflected in your dollar right now down a couple of ten to one twelfth eighty six. I understand. There's a volatility here. You can optimistically say euro is range-bound backdrop Tober, but the fact. The two thousand nine hundred vector for Europe ain't so hot. So twenty nine minutes time we to get the forecast from the president will deliver them for growth forecasts. But we're going to get a justification. It's going to be to see how much those forecasts were downgraded by and how much optimism the president has

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Has talker says. Twenty nine minutes after the hour. Charlie Pierce next on the Stephanie Miller show. Listen to the radio program every weekday from eleven to two right here. I w CPT eight twenty where facts matter. I'm Ellen Miller co host about Chicago. And this is a w CPT civil rights snapshot in eighteen forty eight at Seneca, falls, New York. Two hundred women gathered at a convention to discuss the social civil and religious condition and rights of women. They created a declaration of sentiments grievances that included among other issues a women's right to vote they face public ridicule. But nevertheless, this gathering Mark, the beginning of the women's suffrage movement. Some seventy two years later the right to vote for women was enshrined in the US constitution. The nineteenth amendment was ratified August eighteenth nineteen twenty. It's noteworthy that some of the women who attended the Seneca falls convention were no longer alive to see their dream. Come true. This is a good lesson for us. The political sees we planned today may not bloom for decades, you can learn more about the women's suffrage movement at history dot com. And please stay vigilant about our civil rights. The fight is never over. Americans are living longer. And with this longevity comes the increasing need for nursing homes. Illinois alone has more than one hundred thousand residents.

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Missing teen found in men's shoes 3 months after parents murdered

The South Florida Morning Show

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Missing teen found in men's shoes 3 months after parents murdered

"It's been. Yeah. No kidding. God. All right, much better. News, much better. News science. Yes. As figured out the exact time when bureauc- clock comes into your life. I was just go by it's five o'clock somewhere. Veterans and always always is. It is exactly six thirty one pm tonight tonight, six thirty. So that's right. That means they probably talked to a bunch of people who live in like in work in the city. So by the time, they got home and got to their favorite local bar. It was six thirty one made after the. No it is. You're right. That's exactly right. Isn't that? What probably you know, or they? I mean, obviously didn't talk to any college kid college kids bear clock. Twenty four hours. What's time? USF that campus. I lost track of like whole dead. Campus. You're all enclosed. And there were times. I didn't know what it was. Believable six thirty one PM tonight. But that's also they said a big factor is that's what happy hour happened. So we're also cheap. So we want to double down at five to seven happy hour. So yeah, so yeah. Then you go in at six thirty one only got twenty nine minutes left. I better drink. So you jerk like forty beers twenty nine minutes. There's never a good. I don't play beat the clock. No don't do that. The average person switches their favourite beer every four years. Really turncoats. Wow. I don't see. I don't drink beer. So have you always liked Sam Adams because you've got the only thing I've ever bought, you know, it was always like Bud Light men Sam Adams, and I don't know. You know, what factors into this is the the explosion of all the craft beer says what it is stuff like this before most of those craft beers are just too heavy for me, except that one that the question brewery mix it was I don't even know if they make it on regular basis. It was watermelon. I was like this is the greatest stuff in the world. That's not a beer. That's because I don't beer. That's why I like Steller sea dre. Oh, so good over the last Bobby summer beer fish. You just pulled it on up to the thing out. Oh. I put my share there Dover. Over. By the way, one out of three people say you're intimidated by craft beers. You know, why because the nerds have taken over what a doubt light earthy. Without any worms in it. There's no difference to me the most expensive divorce in the world is just got more fascinating. And a little creepy, quite frankly where he's supposed to be. So smart what's wrong with this guy? Jeff Bezos, Amazon nudes. Involve God, we shouldn't do this. Here. We are. It's coming

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"What's with coaches, yank and players in the fourth quarter knows no one's going to school at sixty anymore. They score forty after three. And they said, that's so annoying. When someone's special and is on a roll like this, Jeff let them see what they can do that said with LeBron out for Friday's game at Utah as well. In coups Ma missing a few during LeBron's tenure on the shelf with his own back into. And I guess the forty one points at twenty nine twenty nine minutes was enough. It's the most point scored by Laker player and fewer than thirty minutes in the shot clock era. K that's nineteen fifty four fifty five about that. Stick about Kobe shock. Magic wilt Kareem name of all right down the line logo L shock era. Most points scored by like a player and fewer than thirty minutes on the in shock lock era. Last Lakers player with forty more points in fewer than thirty minutes. Gail goodrich. On November twenty fifth nineteen Seventy-three against the trailblazers. About that. He had forty in. That regard forty one put him over the top most points scored by a forward in less than thirty minutes since. Take a guess marris Don Meyer, March eighteenth nineteen Eighty-six Dr king. Larry bird. No had forty three and twenty nine minutes against the Cavs on that date, nineteen eighty six year old gen stat. Choon starts. Okay. Let's take a break. We come back. And I have yet more. Another league source chiming in on the concept of Cuyler Murray being chosen first overall by the cardinals in jetting jetissoning, Josh Rosen one and dunning him. In arizona. I've got that. I like it. Okay. And today's a big pop culture anniversary that when we come back on the rich Eisen show. Hey listeners.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He comes back in a big way and twenty nine minutes. He gets nineteen points, ten rebounds, four of which were offensively second in the big east and offensive rebounding. Joe he goes nine for nine from the free throw line. And that has got to be a new that ties a career high made free throws who he happened to to make against Georgetown last February. So it's something about the Hoyas that brings the best out in tyreek Jones going the extra mile performance. Award is presented by Nissan. The Nissan rogue one solid defender Nissan. A proud supporter of college athletics. Travis deal was made his way to our broadcast booth. So it's time for the Toyota post game wrap up with coach. Traffic steel, presented by your Cincinnati. Northern kentucky. Toyota dealers. Coach, congratulations. Thank you. Thank you. As a big win for us. You know, be shorthanded without cumin guys really really stood up to the task Georgetown's, really good, man. They're talented Jessica van he's a tremendous player. But I was proud of our guys competed getting got down early federal was really good. I thought our guys stuck with it. You know, we always say, it's forty minute wards, forty minutes of war out there. And I thought I was really proud of the way our guys rebounded in the second half. And in late in the first-half coach down seventeen in the first half where everything seems to be it was going in a wrong direction. How'd you keep your guys together? What were you telling them in the in the huddle you finished off the second half of the twelve overrun run with about four minutes to go. He had all the Bowman. I'm going in at half time. And then he just kind of picked up where you left off the care you in the second half. But I thought that pivotal point about three minutes to go in the first half when you guys finish. Based on such a high run. How'd you keep your guys in it when you were down by so much early or late in the first half? Try try to challenge those guys. And I felt like we're making a lot of defensive affairs and may demand within our system there. There's the beginning of the first half. And I thought they got some great looks at again give Georgetown credit. They've got a really good team. But I was just frustrated with our with our defensive performance in the main area in on the glass 'cause Georgetown a tremendous rebounding team. But again, I didn't think we were blocking out blocking out takes no town takes discipline and the toughest to do it. Right. And I thought our guys responded I thought the two three zone was really really effective as well there at the end of the second half really helped us get on around coach at halftime. You were being outrebounded twenty two to sixteen at the the ball game. You win that battle thirty six to thirty two. Yeah. You know, I thought Zach Atari Kevin those guys together was was really good, man. We try to.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Dan, Abraham was patient here and donated a significant portion of the money required to build this facility. Right. If you're someone who's newly retired from being a surgeon, you can hang out there. More often than you do. Getting people started though, I think is the first time is always easy. Because you're all excited you're going to start this new thing. But then maybe the second time is when the wheels fall off, correct? And I think what we do is. We set ourselves up for a little bit of failure. So the new year rolls around and we start with these big huge Adeje goals that I wanna lose five hundred pounds in the next two weeks. And of course, that's not realistic. I tell people we start very small, and we get that goal or we try and experiment. And we learn from that. And then we wreck it up a little bit for the next portion. So I even had one client that said I have a one pound weight loss. Go and I said one pound. I mean, you're hearing here, right? And she said, well, I know because of failed so many other times that if I start really small with us one pond goal, which seems ridiculous. But she knows something that's achievable. And then you know, maybe it's the next couple of weeks. I can say okay now, I'm gonna go for two pounds and work my way up from there. So making sure that we don't have too big of a goal to start off with seems to help. That's exactly what I was gonna ask you give an example of a small goal. And you could always just say I've got a one pound goal. And you just continue to have a one pound goal. You got it. Yup. And I just keep adding next week. It's another eight pound goal. Any other suggestions for small goals that people could consider? So I always ask people say, well, you know, how much time you have to devote for exercise, and they say, well, I've got ninety minutes every single day. A really you live in that wonderful world that we all dream about. Of course that and I say, well, what if we start with a third of that let's sort of thirty minutes, and then I counsel them and say, well, if you can't make thirty minutes today, twenty nine minutes, still pretty good. And if if twenty nine doesn't work twenty eight is still pretty good there. And so maybe it only. Becomes I can I can only make it for five minutes today and just knowing that a little bit of five minute movement is going to be beneficial much more than if you just said skip it I'm going to go sit on the couch. Instead when somebody first comes to you someone new how do you approach the first meeting? Sure, so we do intake when people come through our program at the healthy living center, we also work with wellness coaches. So that's a really nice person have kind of in your corner, and they're kind of approach to health and fitness is much different than most peoples because they're not telling you what to do. So I come from the I'm going to tell you what to do after we find out a little bit about you. And they say, well what is your goal? And how can I help you achieve that? And so we do a lot of different assessments to give people a good baseline. Now. He's council people say, you know, take a look at the scale take a look at some measurements. And see we're at but then don't necessarily focus on those pieces focused on the outcomes focus on that journey. To getting to whatever that goal may be. And then you'll find out it takes a lot of the pressure off from having to meet that scale on a daily basis, what are some of the common pitfalls that people will encounter. There's so many. You know, the big goal is number one the kind of overextend themselves and then not still bringing those small little successes. I think too so. My goal or my experiment today was to make it to the gym five times this week. But I only made it four. Well, that's impressive. Yeah. But I didn't get it didn't make my goal. So now, all of a sudden, I've got this kind of negative self talk and missing out on the point and celebrating the I made it to the gym four times this week or made it outside four times this week. Is it a good idea? If you're going to start an exerciser a wellness program that you see your physician, I is there any reason. I shouldn't I would love for you to go see your physician absolutely because there's so much things that we don't know about that's going on inside of her body. You know, I can't tell what my glucose is right now or if I have high blood pressure. So getting that little check Mark, and that little stamp of approval from your physician, I think is very beneficial. And again, you can find some of those kind of baseline numbers. So that when you come back in six months or another another year you can against celebrate those small successes saying I went to the gym. I got my exercise session. I got my movement session. And and look at what it's done to my blood pressure. Or my glucose, according to my show prep year. Eighty percent of people will have quit there. Exercise goals by February. Do you agree with that? Yeah. That's unfortunate. And we're trying to change that we're trying to get that number down and down and more. And a couple of different things we can do to help that is with everybody else together. So finding an exercise partner is always beneficial. Yeah. No. I'm looking at you. Yes. Jen and I- producer Jenin, I are lifting partners. We lived together. But we are about to become your accountability. People because you are going gonna come with us. I'll be there in February because it won't be so busy that is true. All right. What are some other ways that we can flip that and be part of the twenty percent instead of the eighty percent funding? Some that you really enjoy. So a lot of people say, well, I have to go to the gym again today and reframing that saying well, not only do I get to go to the gym. I'm gonna go do something enjoyable, so whether that's listening to an audio book popping in front of Netflixing aware on the treadmill. Finding something that you enjoy doing it consistently is more important than getting on the treadmill running for five miles. It's not for everybody. But finding something you really enjoys. I think the most important piece when you do choose to golden exercise when you outlined a program for somebody. Do you base it on how long they have to exercise or do you say, you know, what we got at least with twenty minutes or how do you decide how long enough? Yeah. So the current recommendation right now is about one hundred and fifty minutes of movement throughout the week. And so again, one hundred forty nine minutes, you're probably doing okay. But you know, if you can only do five minutes a day or ten minutes day, but still so much better than. If you can't do it all, and we know from research that people who are still struggling with the scale or obese and overweight. Those people that exercise actually much better off when it comes to their overall health, and fitness and the people that are skinny and don't do any exercise. So every little bit does help if you've been someone who gets zero percent of that one hundred fifty per week. Maybe starting that high is not where you wanna go. Correct. So kind of slowly increasing it over time is wonderful. So maybe it comes back down to exercise for one minute today. You know, I'm a Trump on the treadmill for one minute. Probably when you're there. You're gonna say one minute was pretty easy can probably add a couple more. And that's my little sneaky way of increasing your overall exercise, I kind of liked that. There was a for a long time about ten percent rule is you don't want to increase your overall kind of activity level greater than about ten percent. But researchers really shown that we don't necessarily need to adhere to that as much. So what's the best tip that you have used to help people something that you find that works for a lot of your clients. I would say overhaul is finding what you like to do. And then keep doing it. So we are lucky that we get to see people who are over eighty nine years old. And you ask them you're still here number one, which is wonderful. But number two, what's your secret for success? And it's really as well. I don't go out and run a marathon every single day. But I do go walk for twenty minutes or thirty minutes. I do that most days of the week. How often do you have someone come up to you and say, I can't thank you enough. I feel so much better, and I've lost X amount of pounds. I you have as fairly frequent. It's a very frequent. Yes to and I wanted to my own horn. But yes, it is. It is wonderful to hear those accolades that we get, and that's what really kind of propels us in the fitness industry to kind of keep going is those kind of constant success stories that we do here. All right. Well, keep up the good work. And we'll see at the dog. We've been talking about ways to get moving to be healthier in the new year with Tom Rick. The mayo clinic healthy living program. Thanks for joining us. Tom. Thank you so much for having me. That's our program this week. You've.

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Listen to Chat Fiction on Tap

Talking Tech

06:31 min | 3 years ago

Listen to Chat Fiction on Tap

"Today's episode of talking tech is brought to you by ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter has a great offer for talking tech listeners at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. So be sure to stick with us to hear all about it after the show. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA day on talking tic today. Caroline lesley. Direct from Toronto. She's got a chat Hitchin pergram on cap. Hold squad. It's a little unusual and Carolina's gonna tell you all about it Carolina. Hi, thanks for having me. Thanks for being here. All right. So yes a dip squad. It is a first of its kind. So it's on what pad tap in. After those that aren't familiar tap is a subscription based app. That's part of what had that's the you're consuming stories through texting SMS chat story. So it's voyeuristic you feel like you're kind of fly on the wall. And so the for so this is the first of its kind. I did I was show runner on ditch squad, which is basically gossip girl meets pitch. Perfect. And it's a show about to be FF's you compete for one spot on high school acapella team. Now, what's cool about the story is this is got. All kinds of media sprinkled throughout it. So there's voice notes. There's smales. There's FaceTime calls, and there's even original music, which is a first for for tap story to have original music. So I cast it and produced it in Toronto, and they team up with my writing partner who's actually based in San Francisco, and it just launched on tap said it's exciting. So how long are the stories and how many other yes? So for ditch squad. It's about twenty nine minutes of consumption. But that's if you just do it from end to end its ending as well, which I think if we're about to mention, so there's eight parts if you go straight through, and you don't go back and do a different ending men. It'll be about twenty nine minutes by it could be up to an hour and a half. If you go in, you know, different choices in different endings as you go. So what made you intrigue by the world of chat fiction? Yeah. You know? I I have a background is a content creator and producer and writer on an actor and back to Toronto after being in the states for ten years when I got here. I heard about tap. And I thought wow, what a cool new way to consume content. You know, it's kind of a unique time for the entertainment business. And I thought well, this is disrupting things. So I went in and I started playing around with it. And I thought I really wanna do one of these stories. So my first story actually is called duped. It's a horror story while it was in LA. I spent a lot of time in the live streaming you go system in I was co-creator parachute. TV, and we had a horror show on there. And I thought well this could work with the video and do this on tap. And I just I just think it's a really cool new innovative way to tell stories when you tell everybody would else you doing in Toronto. When you're not doing tap. Thank. For asking. I am also an actor. I just appeared on the show Condor with William hurt and Brendon Frazier. And I'm doing an episode of private is with Jason Priestley. That's coming out in twenty nineteen outside of that. I'm continuing to write end do these projects for tap and produced, and I also like you a photographer. So I'm working on that my art there Patricia Toronto. No, I most I do some pictures of Toronto I live in the beach, so not like your beautiful, Manhattan beach. But I do take photos down at the beach. And then I do a lot of portrait's. Which beach. Are we talking about in Canada? Yeah. It's called balmy beach. So it's in the beaches area of Toronto. So you get a few of the tower. It's on the east end in. It's it's a lovely little community. And it is beautiful. There's some rocks out there. You can go out onto the pier. NC L downtown. But it's we don't get the sunrises and sunsets. That you guess, no. But you get the seasons which we don't have though it is right now Santa Anna season. So we're getting some pretty amazing sunsets. You know them. Well, we're getting the fall leaves. I'm looking out my window right now. And there's some beautiful yellows and reds. So you're you're right. We get that. Where can people see your work your photos? Oh, yes. So if you go to Caroline Lesley photography that CRO L. I N E L ES L E Y, photography dot com. This to my work up there or a or you can check it out on my Instagram. Same handle and remind everybody had to see how to listen to the online chat show. This is a you. Download the tap. Yes. So you go to the app store and you download tap by watt, Pat. It's the green logo, and then you can start reading stories right away. It's a free free app, but you have options to get subscription. So if you want you can do a week or a month or try it out if you really like it you can pay for the year. And then read all the stories and see all the media in my story. A dish squad is right at the top right now in the best of in its featured. So it's a there for you to view and consume already. Caroline Lesley from Toronto checkout fiction and checkout her photos on Instagram and on the web Caroline, thanks for being here. Everyone listening to talking tech police strategy on the podcasts, please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show as always thanks for listening. Their job sites that make you wait for the right candidates to apply to your job. Not smart. But you know, it is smart going to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk to hire the right person. Ziprecruiter, doesn't depend on candidates finding you. It finds them for you. It's powerful matching. Technology scans thousands of resumes identifies people with the right skills education and experience for your job. And actively invites them to apply. So you get qualified candidates fast. 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Officer, United States and Jack Ma discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Officer, United States and Jack Ma discussed on BBC Minute

"In the United States where a black man has been shot dead by his off duty, police officer neighbor. The white female officer says she entered his apartment thinking it was her own has been charged with manslaughter

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PepsiCo Shares Climbing Following News of New Chief Executive

02:01 min | 3 years ago

PepsiCo Shares Climbing Following News of New Chief Executive

"Check the markets now on the latest business headlines Thank you Nathan was an update stocks advancing for a third session as strong results from Berkshire Hathaway lifted financial shares, and higher oil prices boosted energy producers Berkshire class a shares. Up today, by two point three percent PepsiCo shares up nine tenths of one percent in renew is stepping down as CEO handing the reins to a top Lieutenant in the transition that, will draw attention to the dearth of prominent female CEOs in corporate America can shave senior analyst a Bloomberg intelligence to her credit I think we should distinguish herself I think in. The consumer product space is that He made a heavier back on product, innovation and growing internally through organic sales means as opposed to the big acquisition that may or may not work out that many of its peers pursued as, for trade and tariffs Peter hills. Worth is managing partner at hang. Rang investments he was our guest on, daybreak Asia I think that the US may suffer a bit more than expected for example the tariffs that would hit exported out of China a little known fact that's been I think. Published in the mainstream media is that two thirds of. The top twenty five exporters from China Foreign companies including US companies that are everywhere from the s. and p. five. Hundred and daybreak. Asia kicks off twenty nine minutes from now Pandora of Denmark has cut, its financial forecasts adding to the woes of the. World's biggest jewelry maker which has been under a siege from hedge funds betting, against its stock Zillow group plans to. Write mortgages the. Home listings website operator is acquiring mortgage lenders of. America stocks higher SNP, up ten a gain of about four tenths of one percent the. Dow up, thirty nine up two tenths of one percent NASDAQ, up forty seven up six tenths, of one, percent I'm Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg best June.

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Bloomberg, US and Vladimir Putin discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

03:04 min | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, US and Vladimir Putin discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Prediabetes awareness partners from the Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington I'm Nathan Hager with the latest headlines, shameful disgraceful some of the words, President Trump's toughest Republican critics are using. To describe his joint news conference in Helsinki with Russia's Vladimir Putin an event. In which. The, president called the special. Counsel investigation a disaster and suggested he trusted Putin as much as US intelligence on election meddling UK Prime. Minister Theresa may has won the first, round of house of Commons votes on pro Brexit amendments. She's accepted but the vote was, about as close, as it gets three zero five to three oh two, for a measure into, persuading the EU to collect British tariffs on goods. Destined for the UK Amazon is now acknowledging website issues, as prime day gets underway and a tweet the giants said? It's working to resolve the issue quickly but also says customers bought more items in the first hour compared to the same time last year global news twenty four. Hours a day on air ended tick, tock on. Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg Thank you Nathan steep losses. For net flicks it is plummeting about twelve percent, in late trading after posting disappointing subscriber growth invalid, his quarter threatening the Ron of one of Wall Street's hottest stocks JJ Ken hand is chief market strategist at Ameritrade combined with the spending. Worries that people have in terms of con Content's not cheap and you know we, see everything that's going on, in that, space right now with Disney FOX guy etc I think net flicks, got a little. Bit of a bump because they were kind of in the catbird seat seemed everybody has an interest in. What they have to offer but it's not cheap to make those shows it. Was a mixed Monday for stocks slumping tech shares led, most US stocks lower as investors continue to weigh openings against a backdrop of trade tensions. We did, get numbers, on retail sales and they are up for now with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice it's the fifth straight gain retail sales rose point five percent in June. Led by autos Online merchants may was revised higher what lies ahead this could. Be a. Harbinger a key subset of data. The control group signal a potential slowdown Americans are increasingly concerned about White House. Trade policy backfiring he. Chewed ice bloombergradio trade tensions specifically with China very much on the minds of investors Peter cheer is head of macro strategy at academy securities and he was our guest on daybreak Asia. Kate working playoff, several way thank you on the best case for the US we get a very, strong. Deal with China that gives us some intellectual property right protection some reciprocal access at the worst and could be. Something where China really kind of becomes much tighter with the, EU and the US gets left out of. The global picture a little bit of. Daybreak Asia kicks off twenty nine minutes from now the Dow higher by forty five points up two tenths of. One percent SNP little change down one tenth of one percent NASDAQ down twenty down. Three tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg, best with June Grasso and Ed back Exter- continues You're.

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Five Days, Twenty Nine Minutes and Three Decades discussed on Programming

Programming

03:45 min | 3 years ago

Five Days, Twenty Nine Minutes and Three Decades discussed on Programming

"What makes them take from heist to horror wrong comes to coming of age why do we love them what are the rules on why do we keep coming back for more not secrets secret cinema staff on tuesday night at nine on bbc four and the weather it is going to be mostly dry and very warm at least for most places today some rain in the far northwest today i'm ready for michelle hussein adjusting at the time is just coming up to help us seven zap is over the summer the news in belfast and explosive device has been thrown at the home of gerry adams the former shin thing leader and other senior party members homes also targeted no one was injured shouldn't fain has suggested the attacks were carried out by dissident republicans who are opposed to the peace process it follows nights of rioting in the city of londonderry which police have blamed on dissident groups six people have been arrested in connection with those disturbances has flown a paraglider close to the gulf resort where president trump has arrived to spend the weekend he flew to scotland yesterday evening after meetings with theresa may and tea with the queen mr trump whose mother was scottish and his wife bologna staying at his turnberry hotel officers are continuing their search for evidence in the poisoning of a couple with inova jokin we'll chill last month the met police say bottle was found in a surge in one of the victims house in amesbury and was tested by scientists to porton down charlie rarely who's forty five remains in hospital in salisbury in a serious but stable condition his opponent on sturgis died last weekend the twelve boys rescued from a flooded cave complex northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital on thursday toilets health minister told reporters that the boys in their families needed to be prepared for the meteoroid tension they would receive when they came out the survey for the consultant deloitte found that consumer confidence from april to june was it a seven year high it said the results were boosted by the sunshine and the football world cup the research which came from three thousand consumers fan confidence to be the highest since its inception in twenty eleven the uk's new polish ship which is named after the broadcaster and naturalist david attenborough is to be launched today is the largest commercial should built in britain in three decades the vessel was originally voted to be called boaty mcboatface but the public by the public but ministers intervened the time is twenty nine minutes to eight the syrian city where the first antiapartheid protests erupted seven years ago now has the national flag flying again in its main square darah was taken back by government forces this week they also now hold much of the surrounding province after an offensive that the un says has displaced tens of thousands of people aid agencies say via convoys of supplies are being blocked at the jordanian border as our middle east correspondent tom bateman reports this is your lori five days now three for five days you have inside freaks i met ibrahim on the dusty frontier rose from jordan to syria his lori is among more than fifty we counted filled with aid supplies bound for data province but stock at a desert town on the jordanian border the engine runs day and night to keep the food cool of his do the same to preserve medicines the second abraham is himself syrian from data he left in twenty fourteen and hasn't seen his home since nobody knows what's going to happen whether we will go in or not i feel optimistic i haven't seen my relatives in four years okay.

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Imperial College London, London and Iran discussed on Today

Today

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Imperial College London, London and Iran discussed on Today

"Four with justin webb and michelle hussein it's twenty nine minutes to eight charles carroll has a summary of the news president trump has said he's still determined to protect america's borders despite his decision to reverse the controversial practice of separating migrant children from their parents his new executive order signed last night calls for families to be kept together while their legal cases are considered the chancellor will say that taxes will have to rise in order to fund a planned increase in health spending philip hammond will tell the city tonight that the twenty billion pound annual cost will be met by tax payers in a fair and balanced way in last year's conservative election manifesto the party said it had a firm intention to reduce taxes on businesses and working families the education secretary damien hines has backed calls for universities to tackle grade inflation the think tank reform which argues for better value from public services found that more than a quarter of students now graduate with a first last year at the university of surrey it was more than forty percent the who secretary says he's concerned he hasn't seen enough detail of how british citizens living in other eu countries will be treated after brexit sanjay javid says member states have failed to match the uk's progress on the issue dixons carphone has reported a twenty eight percent slump in its annual pretax profits it said it's margins had been hit by challenges in the uk mobile market and my contractual constraints nato's secretary general is appealing to members not to let recent disagreements with united states prevent them from working together disputes over defense spending trade the iran nuclear deal and climate change of all increased tensions speaking in london today and stoltenberg will stress the importance of the transatlantic bond and the social media site instagram is to take on youtube by allowing users to post videos up to an hour long instagram is looking to gain a share of the global marketing video advertising estimated to be worth more than thirteen billion pounds a year thank you very much it is twenty seven minutes to eight twitter the lessons of gosport the front pages of the papers this morning a full of horror at the confirmation in the report published yesterday of the hundreds of people whose lives were shortened a gospel war memorial hospital there calls for prosecution the real questions about what is happening now today in other hospitals around the country professor suburban gentleman is emeritus professor at imperial college london he's cofounder of the dr foster unit that which delves into hospital statistics to monitor and h has performance and his here in the studio.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"I'd have clued i was i had no clue that was it's only been in recent years that i realized this guy was a real big deal back in the day you know and i'm watching this last night and it's like i'm watching a video of the dharma initiative left in a time capsule in a cave on the island for me to find into fascinating i'm like where's the black smoke where's the smoke monster on others we're at the other he s where's the porno where's the portal because the dude literally just summarized my show every day forty one years ago in twenty nine minutes and it came down this was what he said the next generation would face he talked about he called it in his time now that the culture has rejected the christian consensus that's what he called it at this time now we might call them moral absolutes that judeo christian morality that's maybe the nomenclature we would use an day he called it the christian consensus in one thousand nine hundred seventy s and now that the culture and keep in mind he's now coming out of he's in the first throes of posts sexual revolution so he's only a couple of years away from johnny carson waiting in line in manhattan to see deep throat in a movie theater you know some of the he's in the early post sexual revolution reverberations we are so far down the yellow brick road from where francis schaeffer francis schaeffer was like sitting there with the munchkins telling dorothy follow the olympic row we are like at the end of the road we're going we're like we're not the elton john's now goodbye yellow brick road okay from where he has that we're like we're showing kids deep throat in sixth grade now guys okay.

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Israel, Gaza Strip and Gaza discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Israel, Gaza Strip and Gaza discussed on BBC Minute

"BBC MENA is Tom and Sarah. Starting in China's seven people's was stopped to death outside that school in Shaanxi in the north of the country, please have arrested a suspect and said he used to attend the school. Twelve other students were injured. Palestinians have held great return March protests for the fifth successive Friday on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel. Gaza's health ministry said three Palestinians was shot dead by Israeli soldiers being the total killed since the protests began to Forty-five. Israel's army says its soldiers fired in accordance with the rules of engagement, wrestling funds, all talking about the WWE greatest Royal rumble event happening at the king of sports city stadium in Jeddah Saudi Arabia is taught worldwide trends. The event will feature WWE's. I fifty man greatest Royal rumble match in cricket in the Indian Premier League V deli devils beat the Calcutt tonight. Rytas by fifty. Five runs on Friday that's been trending worldwide. Twenty twenty nine minute.

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Trump's company is now threatening the president of Panama

The Stephanie Miller Show

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Trump's company is now threatening the president of Panama

"He messed with the wrong honey badgers he did all right oh well this is you mentioned scott pruitt earlier this one trump's company appealed directly to panama's president to intervene in its fight over control of a luxury hotel even booking a treaty between the two countries and what ethics experts say was a blatant mingling of trump's business and government interests the appeal was apparently unsuccessful that's just like seventeen layers down at the time panama who cares he showed us all those papers that he had a vested from everything had nothing to do with any of this so weird twenty nine minutes obama gonna go enough i don't know much credit twenty nine minutes after the hour coffee with carlos.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Cited this game and i think i think that's as good a transition as we're going to get have one more thing a shirt through a thought his passing looked pretty good in this room he had a couple of drives were he he could have passed out but eat assists in twenty nine minutes and i thought he was pretty useful because his assists or generally leading play 3s or lips and so he he was a i thought he showed good patients and didn't take that many bad shots yo when he got into trouble he was able to pass out of it most of the time in his first three shots the one he made was the worst one who was shot at like a thirty footer and made that one and then missed the other t that were pretty up a of okay but yeah you're going to transition towards the end of the game here yeah so i mean i i mentioned this before but it's it's worth repeating that the warriors were up ten with about two minutes to go and say it kind of settling and they still have their it wasn't that the hamptons five you still refused to use that because he did all it did not playing this game so they they regionally were using jordan ballan than they ended up switching to patrick mccaw an the mavs deserve credit for continuing to fight the warriors just bates some pretty just sloppy mistakes in that and push view the warriors led by 10 after a steph curry layup won twenty two to one ten and then after a wes matthews miss three the rebound went right back to him not it's on a hustle there from the warriors a and that led to uh yogi farrell making it a corner three and then the turnovers began in that really i mean you know turnovers and 3shot fouls right of those who is the keys of these comebacks in so dramatic green pushed off on an inbounds pretty blatantly ah ah got an offensive foul that not we saw those too crazy turn overs you.

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"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"twenty nine minutes" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Not that's not going to happen so we does this leave the digital camera manufacturers panasonic as a good corporate citizen enabled the g h series record over thirty minutes by paying the tax and passing on the cost to the consumer so there is no recording time limit on the g h for the g h for r g h five models but of course you're paying the extra for this feature so i guess that seems only right or is it well on computers it's called by us or set up and this is where parameters are set up on a digital camera it's called firmware now olympus and canon or have this twenty nine minute and fifty nine second limit and however sonian icon has done a little differently they've abided by the european ruling by setting the limit onto firm we're however that can be reprogram otherwise unlock of course they don't do it and if you do a quick search on youtube you will find that there are many videos available to show you how to change a parameters on the firmware well we'll cannon olympus follow soon yeah they will but when hopefully soon if and when and this is gonna venturi happened smartphones or unlock on maximum video recording time to smartphone has been really a smart video camera and you're using a camcorder the mic telephone calls the telephone is a computer let's not forget that but don't let the european union know that because with such a unit you can walk and talk in compute or the same time a wait a minute i have to use the word chew gum and they may realize that can cap your telephone court twenty nine minutes and fifty nine seconds you ain't going to let that happen.

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