35 Burst results for "Twenty Nine Seconds"
Charlie Kirk Says COVID-19 Is Not the Leading Cause of Death
"The right thing to do. How big of a threat is the chinese corona virus. Well every single day in the united states according to data that is publicly available as of two thousand nineteen one thousand eight hundred people die of heart disease. Why don't we lockdown burger king mcdonalds and wendy's and not locked down businesses of people that are trying their best to get by in fact. Why would we lockdown gymnasiums when people are actually literally trying to get healthy by the way this is daily. Let me just reinforce this. This is daily. One thousand eight hundred people die. Every single day of heart disease one thousand six hundred forty of cancer four hundred seventy by accident four hundred thirty of chronic lower respiratory disease. Four hundred ten of stroke their three hundred thirty of alzheimer's and now cova deaths are below three hundred twenty four. In fact yesterday there was seventy one confirmed cova deaths. Seventy one confirmed cova debts. And if you look at category by category last year included zero to seventeen years old three hundred and forty people died involving with one thousand nine hundred and alex berenson says that that is almost immeasurable. Statistically fifty one thousand two hundred thirteen people died from all causes from ages. Eighteen to twenty nine two thousand four hundred ninety three people died from coverted and ninety six thousand six hundred twenty five from all causes from thirty to thirty nine years old. Seven thousand one hundred forty five people died from cove in nineteen allegedly and one hundred thirty seven thousand people eight hundred forty nine from all causes you go category to category. Do you know that cova was not the leading cause of death for any single age group including last year including eighty five years and older including seventy five to eighty four. It was not the leading cause of death for any category or any group.
Young Scores 48 Points, Hawks Beat Bucks 116-113 in Game 1
"With each playoff road win the hawks are certainly gaining everyone's attention became in the Milwaukee it took game one from the box one sixteen one thirteen Trey young with forty eight points gutting the hawks from a seven point deficit with four minutes left young in the hawks stunned the Milwaukee crowd he says he's always thrived on road games on the road in middle school I was always loved loved man on the road I love playing against opposing crowd and opposing team in it's just that you're really just you're with your team does just that it was quite capellas rebound basket with twenty nine seconds left that put the hawks ahead for good Capell had twelve points and nineteen rebounds young the son of the couple had thirty four points for the box game two is Friday night Chuck Freeman the walking
Out of Sight But Center Stage, Jurors Weigh Derek Chauvin's Fate
"I'm Julie Walker jurors in Minneapolis continue to weigh the fate of former police officer Derek Chauvin charged with the murder of George Floyd what or who killed Floyd that's what both sides argued long closings yesterday defense attorney Eric Nelson told jurors Chauvin was doing what he was trained it was drugs in a bad heart disease heart hypertension all of these things existed before Mr Chauvin rocked prosecutor Jerry Blackwell argued it would show that kneeling on Floyd for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and not an enlarged heart reason George Lloyd is dead is because Mr Schoen hard was too small jurors are being sequestered as they decide the case which could land show been in prison for up to forty years on the most serious charge audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker
Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury
"The murder case against former Minneapolis police officer Derek show open in the death of George Floyd has gone to the jury in closing statements defense attorney Eric Nelson said it wasn't a lack of oxygen that killed Floyd drug ingestion and the bad heart the diseased heart hypertension prosecutor Steve Slater told the jury Chauvin had to have known what he was doing to Floyd she heard him but he just didn't listen he continued to push him down Fletcher also pointed out it's all on video that forced for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds that killed George Floyd he betrayed the batch tape from court TV show been showed little expression he took off his mask as his attorney presented his closing statement I'm a Donahue
Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch
"After forty five witnesses in fourteen days of testimony closing arguments are set to begin later this morning in the trial of the former Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd's death attorneys are expected to deliver some of the same points they made in their opening statements like special prosecutor Jerry Blackwell referring to Derek chauvinist neon Lloyds neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and it does not give up he delivers the rebuttal for the state but closing arguments start with prosecutor Steve Swisher then defense attorney Eric Nelson gets his turn during openings he argued Floyd's drug use and heart were to blame the use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors will be sequestered while they decide the fate of Chauvin charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker
Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death
"I'm Julie Walker the George Floyd case is expected to head to the jury Monday after closing arguments there's no time limit for those closing arguments prosecutors go first then defense followed by rebuttal from prosecution then the jurors get to decide the case they will be sequestered while they deliberate the prosecution contends Derek show in Sydney on Lloyds neck but nine minutes and twenty nine seconds was to blame the defense argues the former officer used reasonable force employed to drug use and heart killed him jurors decide to three charges second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter separately and must be unanimous on each charge I'm Julie Walker
Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck
"A prosecution witness in the Minneapolis police trial says it looks like the officer never let up from George Floyd's neck for the entire night and a half minutes a use of force expert from Los Angeles police sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of officer Derek Chauvin restraining George Floyd with his name on Mr Floyd's connect and also has left me homeless with neck and his right knee on most flights back then asked for how long nine minutes and twenty nine seconds Steiger testified he found the use of force to be excessive defense attorney Eric Nelson countered there appear to be moments when the knee came off the neck a a desk sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call you hear a scuffle on the radio you hear we're taking one hour and you get dispatch code three audio courtesy of court TV a state forensic scientist also testified pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV I'm Jackie Quinn
Trial in Floyd's death expected to turn to ex-cop's training
"I'm Julie Walker the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd is expected to turn toward his training as week two of the trial begins today these chief Medaria Arradondo is expected to testify this week possibly as early as today he fired Eric Chauvin and the three other officers the day after Floyd's death he also called it murder at the time are a Dando said Mr Floyd's tragic death was not due to a lack of trading the trading was there Chauvin knew what he was doing he's accused of hitting his knee on Floyd's knack for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on Friday court testimony ended with lieutenant Richard Zimmerman if you news on a person's neck that can kill show biz owner says he was doing what he was trained to do and blames Floyd's death on drugs audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker
Inside the First Week of Derek Chauvin's Trial
"Sparked outrage and conversations about race and policing in the us this week the trial began for former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin chauvin facing second and third degree murder charges as well as a manslaughter. Charge after video. Showed him kneeling. On george floyd's neck during an arrest last may the video going viral which led to protests in the us and around the world during opening statements prosecutor. Jerry blackwell till the jury chauvin used unreasonable force on floyd for more than nine minutes even as paramedics arrived. Defense attorney eric nelson. There was a reason. Chauvin felt he needed to use that force. Abc's alex perez has more with the world watching the prosecution in the most closely followed police misconduct trial in generation beginning their case showing jurors the badge of the minneapolis police department highlighting the values it represents compassion and the sanctity of life. Mr derek chauvin betrayed this badge when he used excessive and unreasonable force up on the body. A mr george floyd that he put his knees upon his neck and his back grinding and crushing him until the very breath. No listen gentlemen until the very life squeezed out of you will learn what happened and that nine minutes twenty nine seconds the most important numbers you were hearing this trial nine to nine prosecutor jerry. Blackwell emphasizing this case is only about the actions of one rogue officer blackwell then preparing jurors for what they would soon see the video. That stunned america raw unedited and played for more than eight minutes. You will see
Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial
"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"The song vinyl. This is michael moore and this is rumble. I'm gonna talk to you today about violence but a different kind of violence. Not the george. Floyd trial that has just gotten underway where they played an extended version of his murder. Nine minutes and twenty nine seconds. Horrific thing to witness again. We're not going to talk today about the shootings in atlanta or boulder. We're not gonna talk about the national rifle association. We're not going to talk about the other.
George Floyd Murder Trial Underway in Minneapolis
"Was day one of opening arguments in the murder trial for former minneapolis. Police officer derek chauvin proceedings which are being streamed live on television included opening remarks from the prosecution the defence and some witness testimony. The prosecutor played all nine minutes and twenty nine seconds of the video taken by a bystander. Chauvin kneeling on george floyd snack and told the jury quote. You can't believe you're is that it's homicide. It's murder as expected. The defense pursued their strategy of trying to get jurors not to believe there is and instead consider the idea that floyd died due to a drug overdose in an underlying heart condition. Among the witnesses called yesterday was a mixed martial artists who is on the scene that day who testified he believed chauvin. Killed floyd along with a nine one one dispatcher. Who said she felt something was wrong that day.
Derek Chauvin's Trial in Death of George Floyd Begins With Infamous Video
"The video of george floyd gasping for breath was essentially exhibit a. as the former minneapolis police officer who pressed his knee on. The black man's neck went on trial monday on charges of murder and manslaughter. David alexander reports prosecutor. Jerry blackwell showed the jurors the footage at the earliest opportunity during opening statements. After telling them that the number to remember was nine minutes twenty nine seconds. The amount of time officer derek. Chauvin had floyd pinned to the pavement. Last
Prosecutors Accuse Derek Chauvin of Killing George Floyd as Trial Starts
"Prosecutors say former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin used excessive force during the arrest of george floyd as matt subject of minnesota public radio reports opening statements in wtn's murder trial. We're delivered today prosecutor. Jerry blackwell played video of the incident and said chauvin prestige knee into floyd's neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds while he was handcuffed even after he'd lost consciousness mr chevette continues on as he had the on the neck. The on the back those not let up. He does not get a defense attorney. Eric nelson told jurors that they'll hear more evidence beyond the video and said chauvin did exactly what he'd been trained to do. The use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors also heard from donald williams. A witness seen in police video pleading with chauvin to get off of floyd's
Jurors shown video at ex-officer's trial in Floyd's death
"Video of George Floyd gasping for breath was essentially exhibit a as a trial of the former police officer charged in his death gets under way in Minneapolis what happened in those nine minutes and twenty nine seconds when Mr Derek Jarman was applying this excessive force to the body of Mr George Floyd former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with murder in the second degree murder in the third degree and manslaughter in Hennepin county courthouse prosecutor Jerry Blackwell show jurors footage at the earliest opportunity right Sheldon's defense attorney Eric Nelson so the officer did what he had been trained to do over his nineteen year career arriving to assist other officers struggling to get flood into a squad car there are always two sides to a story Nelson disputed the children was to blame for Boyd's death twenty to heart disease and methamphetamine and fentanyl found in Floyd system the autopsy revealed many other issues I'm Jennifer king
Boeing 737 Max passenger flights resume in U.S. after nearly two-year ban
"Good evening thank you for joining us. Grounded no more the boeing seven. Three seven max. Take fighting the us again tomorrow. This coming after two crashes in the last two years still fresh in the minds of loved ones demanding answers and accountability. Here's abc's bob woodruff brand new model. Who called ongoing seven thirty. Seven max eight. They didn't understand the danger that they were walking into. What started out as routine flights up quickly became pilots worst nightmare. A plane had flown into the at full speed with two airplanes down. Three hundred and forty six people killed by two thousand nineteen boeing becoming the focus of global firestorm. Now nearly two years. After being grounded boeing seven thirty-seven max with significant changes is set to carry passengers once again. The max was born out of boeing's need to keep up with its closest competitor airbus instead of developing an entirely new plane to catch up with airbus. They decide to take a shortcut and revamp a model. That's already on the market saving them a lot of extra time and money. One of the big customers early on was young budget carrier in indonesia calls lion air. It was a huge deal. Lion air had asked boeing about later training for their pilots and boeing dissuaded. Them from this now. According to internal boeing documents one of their employees ridicule the request in a message to colleagues saying now lionair might need a sim to fly the max and maybe because of their own stupidity i'm scrambling trying to figure out how to unscrew this now. Idiots will they were mocking them. Because if lion air required simulator training than other airlines. And say well wait a minute. Wait a minute. If they're requiring it maybe we need it than the whole house. A car with start to fall apart on the early morning of october. Twenty ninth two thousand eighteen at the airport in jakarta the capital of indonesia lion air flight. Six ten was getting ready to take off. Its destination was the city of panko. Penang which is located on the indonesian highland a bunka very shortly after the flight takes off near. The pilots are struggling with the plane. The stick shaker pops off it is loud and it is rattling in the captain's hands just ten minutes later. A tugboat captain was out on the java. Sea just east of jakarta maranatha. Did you go to the president. Data news of the crash broke. I immediately flew in from beijing. Where i was based at the time so the sun has just gone down and you can see all the police officers along this doc this cruise been pulling up and carrying out debris piece by piece. There is no anyone could have survived the box. We found that the rep was pitchy up and down down and up and down up. It's up and down for about twenty four times. It was revealed. That pilots were rifling through the pilot. Trying to apparently figure out. What new turns out that. Boeing had installed a flight control system on the seven thirty seven. Max that had the power to take control of the plane from the pilots without them. Even knowing about the program was called m. cass m. cass maneuvering characteristics augmentation system and that this system under certain circumstances can trigger in such a way that it will cause the airplane to nose down so the reason they put 'em on airplane was because they put these brand new huge engines on an old airframe and that changed the way the airplane flew this affected. The engines came in airplanes starts to want to pitch up all by itself. The idea was to provide something that would offset that pitching moment or causing the nose to come up. The pilots have no idea why this plane is going down against their will so they tried to fight it and the way m cast was designed. It was given the control authority to do it as many times as necessary. In other words it was given the power to try to kill them essentially until it finally succeeded
The Glass I Love and the Glass I Use
"This is digital story podcast number seven, Fifty, eight September Twenty Ninth Two Thousand Twenty today's a theme is the glass I love and the glass I use. I'm Derek Story. No doubt one of the best investments any artists can make. is in quality photography lenses and I do have some beauties. But what's fascinating to me is that I have lenses that I absolutely love and would be very reluctant to let go up and then I have those optics that are used on a daily basis. and. The funny thing is the two aren't always the same. I'll explain why on today's TVs photography podcast. So. Before I get into that glass itself, it's funny when I was writing this podcast made me think of a scene from moonstruck really terrific movie with share and Olivia Caucus Nicholas Cage. Just an outstanding story in great cast the whole deal. So share comes home one night and I think her mom was up in her bedroom. And share went into say good night tour after she had seen Nicholas Cage, she had started seeing him. And her mom you. Ask her what she's been doing and share told her. And her mom Olivia Dukakis Goes D love them and share goes Ma I think I do. And Olympia Dukakis goes I'm so sorry. I'm not exactly sure why I'm thinking of that story while I'm thinking about these lenses that I love and the ones that I like. Other than I think what Olympia Dukakis was saying is that when you love them, you end up having this attachment. That you stick with through thick and thin whereas if you just like them maybe a right thing start to go south and you're okay with partying ways and you know these lenses. I'm going to talk about a kind of fall into these two categories and it was fascinating to me because. I think going through my inventory because I'm not shooting as much right now because for obvious reasons, all my jobs are higher are no more right now I do find myself going back. Into, my inventory and just making sure the cameras are working. You know just checking things just keeping everything ready so that when life comes back I'm ready to go. and. I've discovered Dan I have lenses that I'm using right now. I use them all the time and then I'll come across a lens in the Lens Safe and I go oh, I love this land so much but maybe haven't shot with it for a month two months three months but yet I wouldn't let go of that Lens basically no matter what and maybe the lenses I'm using everyday right now Okay. Go. That's Kinda weird. Isn't it? It's kind of very interesting. You know what I'm GonNa do today is I'm going to talk about five lenses and I'm not gonNa tell you. which category they go into rather the like or left category I'm just gonNA describe the lenses can have you guess along the way and then at the end I'll tell you the answers. Okay. So we're going to have a little fun today to illustrate that point I. WanNa to tell you about one lens from my past that I definitely loved, and that was the Canon e F eighty, five, millimeter f one eight and I bought this lens decades ago I mean back when I was shooting weddings with a else Alon thirty five millimeter film camera, I bought that lands. About three hundred, fifty dollars then which is a fair of change you know when you're just getting started with your career but at the same time, it was more affordable than other lenses this class. And I mean, I just love the short shortely because it was fast F. One point eight it was light. had very quiet focus the ultrasonic motor was just terrific on it was a good looking land. And most importantly, it took great pictures I mean really great pictures. In fact, one of the metal prints that I have hanging in the studio downstairs was captured with that lens on a cannon five D in Washington DC. and. Hanging on the wall downstairs. Then you know you are in rarefied Erica's that's the stuff I have to look at every day. In a better be good. Alright. That'd be good. that. Lands is responsible for that shop. Here's the funny thing as much as I loved that Lens I didn't shoot with it that often. I mean normally I would have zoom on the camera body I in the film days. But then even later on when I got the five d and the five d mark to I'd have something on there like the e F twenty, four to one. Oh, five, a four and. That's what I shot with most of the time. And then every now, and then for some reason, sometimes, I didn't even really know why I would pull out the eighty five f one eight and I go sheet with that or I'm going to put it in my bag today or whatever candidates cradle it carefully and said it in there. And then when I shot with it, it was always just sort of this wonderful experience and I go. Wow that's a kind of an interesting phenomenon how this went with this lens
Stop Giving Advice, Ask More Questions with Michael Bungay Stanier
"I'm your producer Greg Gun and we have a very special episode for you today. Our guest is an Oxford Grad and author of the wildly Popular Book. The coaching habit. He's a champion of curiosity. That believes the advice. We so eagerly give is not nearly as good as we think it is. Now I had trouble writing an intro for this one. Because the conversation between he and Chris was so rich with insight and tactics. That couldn't boil it down into just one clear idea. In fact I went back and listened to it twice because Oh so captivated the first time around so I will tell you this. Grab your headphones. A pen and paper subtle into somewhere comfy. And just listen. I promise that you will come out of it. Better equipped to navigate life. And if you're smart you will have covered at least a page with useful notes. But don't take my word for it. Do yourself a favor and enjoy our fascinating conversation with Michael bungay stander. I don't have the ability. Oftentimes to read the book before. I talked to somebody on my podcast. But this is one of those moments where I'm actually able to read your book and I'm so glad that I did first of all. It's a very easy book to read recommended. One hundred people literally this morning on my coaching. Also we'll see what happens there. Thank you okay so I'm GONNA kick it off like this. I asked you very very simple question. So what's more valuable questions or answers? Well I'm going to do the classic on`sharing God well depends because it depends on the context depends on the moment. It depends on everything. I go all the way back Chris to Daniel Goldman. Who Know the name of the guy who popularized the whole idea emotional intelligence and Goldman says in an article he wrote for Harvard Business Review. Way Back in two thousand articles code leadership that gets results says look there are six different styles of leadership and great leaders. Know how to use all six at the right time at the right moment. Each style has its pros and cons. It's punishments in its prizes. But what he pointed to and I think this is interesting. He said look. Coaching is a leadership style. That is massively underutilised. It has a direct correlation to profitability. It has a direct correlation to engagement and as a direct correlation to culture which are all things that people care about but the biggest barriers is people go. I just don't have time for this thing. So part of my championing is trying to make coaching fast. And trying to make it unwed. But absolutely look if there's if you'll building is burning down and you go. What am I supposed to be doing when somebody going? Hey how do you feel about smoke? Want somebody to go. Here's an onsite the exit his. Hey leave the building. So the context is everything but I will say that unbalanced people have an ova develop muscle on giving answers and have an underdeveloped muscle on stain curious a little bit longer. Now in case people don't know who you are. Please introduce US introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about who you are. Sure so Michael Bungay Danielle. I'm best known for being the author of the coaching habit. Book about four years old came out February. The twenty ninth. Two Thousand Sixteen and it's gone on to become the best selling coaching book of the century. About eight hundred thousand copies sold bazillion five-star reviews on Amazon. And the like and I'm a champion for this simple but difficult behavior shift which is look. I want you to stay curious just a little bit longer rush to action advice giving a little bit more slowly. So there's a soundbite in store. You know a mistrial Ian Left. Australia was a Rhodes. Scholar ENDED UP AT OXFORD MARRIED AT OXFORD which that and not becoming a loya to great things at Oxford gave me and then lived in London for Awhile Boston for Awhile now. Live in Toronto founded. A company called box of crayons. And it's focuses helping organizations shift from advice. Driven to curiosity led beautiful. Now I have to ask you this question because this is very. This is unusual that you're the publisher of your own book. Yeah oh I'm good for you because when people say eight hundred thousand copies and I made four dollars on it. I'm like yeah that's the publishing model right. It is more like God. I'm just so happy for you. Man I really am well. Thank you you know. I spent had previous book published with a fancy New York publishers. It was finally did pretty well like killed. One hundred thousand copies three years trying to get them to publish this book and they kept saying. Snow quite dare. I don't quite get it. I don't know and I finally went all right. I've really honed in on the Vision for this book. Is I know it's going to be good? You know me I can. I can sell some books. Part of it's like he played the you play the person. You didn't just play the book but they're like No. We're not going to publish. It and I was gutted but then it was like okay well I can either go and find another publisher and I could probably pull that off if I worked hard enough at it or exit site. Look I'm just GONNA go for it but I'm committed that if I'm self publishing I'm GonNa do it as a professional not as an amateur so when you pick up that book you increase. It doesn't feel like a self published book. It's it it has all the cues this was published by a you know a regular printing press and. Yeah it's going from success to success so not only is the Soda Bunch. I feel smug because published. I Bet I bet on myself and played pretty well
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"October twenty ninth two thousand and nine after the Phillies had won the first game of the series let's get back to the action at Yankee Stadium hearing your flagship station for Yankees baseball the fan there is no key to laid off for the yanks Melky Cabrera eleven for thirty eight in the playoffs no homes for us switch hitter batting left handed pitcher breaking ball outside one of it'll be milky than Jose Molina on the top of the order Derek Jeter fills up a one nothing lead the one swing on end of the year to center and see those Victorino in dead center makes a catch one away a few steps the warning track one down well one of the things that Pedro Martinez used to be able to do very well was pitched to the Walmart store where the deepest part of the ballpark is so somebody hit it would go to that the best part of the ballpark that's the deepest part of the ballpark milky just trying to hit it up the middle got it up in the air but victory about back there no one wears Jose Molina is a right hand hitter and Martinez steals a breaking ball outside Moline in the playoffs is one for four what's happened Brunetti's started Molina has caught and every one of the three starts the Yankees of either been tied or been behind Enzo Posadas.
Young Voters Solidly Favor Joe Biden Over Donald Trump: Poll
"New new Harvard Harvard University University poll poll finds finds former former vice vice president president Joe Joe Biden Biden was was a a significant significant lead lead over president trump among young Americans WBZ's Mike Macklin reports Biden enjoys a lead comparable to what Bernie Sanders would have enjoyed it on top of the democratic ticket according to the Harvard poll former vice president Biden leads president trump fifty one percent to twenty eight percent among all young Americans age eighteen to twenty nine two thirds of those polled sixty six percent disapprove of president trump's job performance and by a two to one margin they say the president has made their lives worse more than three in five agree the outcome of the twenty twenty election will make a difference in their lives more than half of those polled say they will definitely vote in this November's presidential election
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"It's Monday July twenty nine two thousand nineteen. My Name Is Jack O'Brien Aka Jack Peach Emoji O'Brien courtesy of Zach Ben US commenting on my rear my posterior. I like that nickname better my high school nickname Tanka MHM and I'm thrilled to be joining us as always by my co host Mr Miles and you saw do Florence and Utah about it every day suge. You've been steady way. Yes yes yes. It's some speechless is thinking about it <hes> but there's something when when you begin to land and descend into the airport into Florence or Bologna for that still the same general the podcast is by the way now. It's changed focus since you're less now let's go. Italy wants Memoir Journey. Thank you to at Jake the human for that whole notes. That's right okay if anyone has like if you give me with a Holland I can't go for that <hes> style Aka I will say because <hes> I love this Paul notes very they got some jams so diane. Gar recently rediscovered. Oh worked for children. Also there's a show where <hes> was the name Daryl Hall called Daryl's House or whatever where musicians come to his barn. AM The fucking CEELO episode he fucking yes and he destroys. I can't go for that but you can tell Daryl Hall hates that Ceelo he lo- concedes Ceelo does the first version and then when Daryl Hall comes in he fuck and like the soul on if you just search yet CEELO Daryl Hall. I can't go for that. Oh then you will love it because you can see how insecure Daryl Hall is and he's like you know what I can sing too right. There's a part where he goes. I can't go joker comes in on that line with APLOMB. Oh he comes in while CEELO. Singing Ceelo does does his verse. They agreed to the I I but you can tell Duro goes Oh. I'M GONNA have to fuck and showboat now. It's like posture. Yeah you can see it well. That was a spontaneous episode of what we're fucking. Yes that is a video yeah. We've fucked with the office once or twice. Hey we're joined in air third seat by the hilarious and talented ellery Smith. I so much for having me welcome. Hey It's great to have you. We we are going to get to know you a little bit better. In a moment I tell our listeners a couple of things we're talking about <hes> such as where you can go for a free one hundred twenty five dollars everyone anyone mostly almost depending if yeah yeah we're GonNa talk about some of these Epstein files that maybe dropping soon the challenger to Ilhan Omar that has already been anointed by the right <hes> and just generally what what trump's attacks to Ilan Omar doing thing for her popularity at home. I have read the new reporting on the Havana Syndrome the the sonic attacks in Cuba <hes> song an talk about where I stand on that where is the public wants to know must know we're gonNA talk about food. Delivery APPs being just being so tight. You should try them with our offer code the stock fifty slow motion that'd be it wasn't so possible. Do you know it's possible to vary. You'll be surprised how possible it is this episode but first ellery. We like to ask our guests. What what is something from your search history reeling about who you are? I think my cat has prolapsed ENA so I go cat prolapse. Dana says this week and that was really upsetting and a lot of ways. We and that's what you're telling people right. Yeah there was a surprising amount of like cartoon anti which was upsetting to say the least prolapse means that are like is coming out part of the but is coming out. It's like turning inside out cats. Anal glands can get like infected push and push out of the money. This is booming you out more than I expected. Sorry I'm kind of <hes>. I don't know how to say back on the Internet. There was a website that would have videos of Giancana was another one of the original <hes> no this is even worse. Oh and we're the first time I had seen a prolapsed witness..
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The right hander jack weisenberger comes on for michigan now second and third one down and vanderbilt up one nothing as we said the junior out of rockford michigan hearing in his twenty fifth game on the year he's three and one with a save twenty nine two-thirds innings worth of work give it up twenty three hits fifteen runs fourteen earned a great walk to strikeout ratio thirty one strikeouts twenty one walks he's only allowed one home run this catcher joe donovan describes the right hander gonna get back kind of don slang throw it through zone headed idea kind of mentality his change there's something that he's worked on and it's great pitch which is helped him have a lot of success against lefties and then being able to throw his wipe out slider to both sides and plate just something that's helped him be super successful this year Weisenberger pitching for the fifth time in the NCAA tournament. Yar is not as good only two third innings. three runs two earned in that too and a third and four walks to go along with three strikeouts i walked three his last outing that was on june eighth against u._c._l._a. teeth thirds of an inning he walked three struck out one allowed an unearned run throwing twenty six pitches they can't afford that kind of wildness from jack weisenberger in this spot with two runners on and only one out way kumar rocker showing they can't afford much more period Title. All is try to get a little bit of a cushion for starter as he steps in Ofra, too. But it was the error that he reached out it opened the door for the run when this ball game. Last left handed batter facing the right handed pitcher. burger comes full set infield is drawn in the pitch bounces up there blocked down by joe donovan living dangerously with his first pitch ball on or that is living dangerous we've outlined the problems donovan has had especially as far as pass falls go one earlier tonight twenty two on the year You are really playing with fire when you test him early. Both his dad and his grandfather played baseball and football, Michigan grandpa won the Rose Bowl. Now, time is called as the hitter divall steps out. As we said. Nowhere near dark yet here in Omaha. But the lights bathing field right now is wise and burger gets his side. Pitch on the way. Got it over on the outside corner with a breaking ball one ball, one strike, the now too tight of all. infield then of course increases the chances for a hitter to rifle one through Diaper, michigan. Try to cut off another run at the plate. Converter, working very deliberately. Now he's got his side of the one inside with a fastball two balls in a strike. Not a lot of scoring in this game. But a lot of tension in this. Going to happen anytime you've got a national championship on the line. Once again, why burger long look in. and the pitch fastball just missed a little bit low i guess you heard david savage perhaps you did say down that looked like it was right there the reason looked like it was right there it was very close quote the very bottom of keizo now good job by donovan the frame but it looked like a low strike that just did not go the way of the late empire two one divall had the opportunity to let that ball go now he's three one of the kowt tight to the plates slightly open in the hand batter's box the three one got to be there for a strike always ready to toss the bat and walk down the first base and that one is called a strike calderon's full he was fooled a little bit because donovan dropped the ball a lot of times that fools the unpire in those situations but kudos to david savage that was a strike and despite the fact that donovan had carom off his glove he still called it strike too first base is open the three and two count now on divall Weisenberger to the set. and the payoff pitch bounces it up there all the way back to the goes and back the screen it's going to score On the walk. Oh, wild pitch has given Vanderbilt to nothing lead. we talked about the wildness of jack weisenberger not only from the walk standpoint bought a wild pitch that costs cimarron this is wild pitch number three that's not been a huge problem for wiser murder this year but this was as wild as you're going to get he broke that off a good five feet before the plate no chance there for joe donovan to do anything with that ball and vanderbilt with a two run lead and looking for more within fontaine Ama- top of the order waiting right behind. In Fontaines one attitude in this one. advantage a single in the third struck out swinging in the fifth were in the six it's now to nothing vanderbilt on top i in third and one out Vise and burger would love a double play ball showing the pitches over the outside corner for strike. Say with one out that bunny better be perfect. He's trying to push it to the right side. There's nothing stopping the third baseman from charging. More bullpen activity is what is now up in the bullpen for Michigan. here's the stretch show but again it's down and it's through the legs of the catcher but it doesn't get far joe donovan had another one go through the five hole but it stayed just beyond the dirt behind home plate now the runner over at third base scott had to retreat and the runner at i couldn't advance either he was shielded by the first baseman jimmy kerr as far as his view to the plate he was frustrated after saw where the ball was that he didn't advance to second base but he couldn't pick it up right away because kerr was obscuring his view on his charge to the plate sure most of the vanderbilt dug out the first base coach and everybody's frustrated that he's not at second right now One ball, one strike one out. And fought say stands in. And the pitch on the way fastball high, and y two and one. Commodores, and their fourth college World Series appearance. They wanted all twenty fourteen loss to the final two thousand fifteen. Opportunity right now to make one game for all the marbles tomorrow night. Weisenberger is ready and the pitch bounces up there. Gets back to back wild pitches. Coming onto score is Scott. at it's now a three nothing lead for the vanderbilt commodores as jack wisenberg or has lost control here the six two wild pitches all year to end the inning have played two runs and vanderbilt with a commanding three nothing lead in the sixth inning kumar rocker has to feel like he just opened the late christmas present or maybe an early one depending on your perspective of the calendar because he's got three runs to play with in the sixth inning and the specter of tyler brown at the back end of the bullpen to close things are looking up for vanderbilt as three one cowed right now at had thoughts on the play devante second so he's in scoring position now Your comes a stretch. And the three one swing amiss when after the high fastball, and they couldn't catch up with it. Three runs of scored for Vanderbilt, not one of them on benefit of base. It. A groundout and a pair of wild bitches. The bay have kept the pressure on this bullpen by committee night for Michigan. Runner leads away from second. bison burgers pitch just missed and donovan held it there for a long long time i'm at ninety three mile an hour fastball but he did not get the call so the walk will put runners at first and second now with one out jack lies burgers stints is a short one did not get an out in his stint out of the pen walking to throwing two wild pitches and weisenberger night is done this is not what eric package had hoped for from his rested bullpen because this part of the bullpen looked more rusted than rested toy angelo's smith left-handers going to get the call with all those left-handers coming up and try to stop the flood right now three runs looks like an awful lot when you're going up against the pitcher that michigan is facing in this one pitcher angelo smith warms up we'll take a timeout at three nothing vanderbilt during the top of the sixth listening to the college world series on the westwood one n._c._a._a. radio network sarcoma odds are you've never heard that word before for the forty people diagnosed with sarcoma everyday it is a life changing word because sarcoma is cancer through awareness advocacy and research the sarcoma foundation of america is bringing hope to the families whose lives have been turned upside down by cancer they had never heard of until diagnosis please us in the fight to find.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"I like that. He's always always in a good mood. You know, he does get interviews. UT? Ryan you own. I. Angela's really entertaining as number one. If he's extinction. Ryan's roses. It starts in three minutes and twenty nine seconds. Yeah. Does. Okay. Also. Good. Yeah. Number. Not. Bondo. Look at the nearby. I see. Time for lions roses out of corona. Nick, the man derived, Sydney, I found a compilation of stories in my wife's draft section ever Email. They're not stories from fifty shades of grey there written by someone for her. I can tell because some are very specific to my wife. I'm certain she's not writing these. They're almost love poems. That were written for I'm worried what? Hey, Nick, thanks for coming on. Can you give us an example of what you've found the stories poems? You're talking about. Yeah. So don't story are more like. Like. Specific places body like mole or like breakfast that she has her Chad. And how you like. Person is gonna go over every inch of her body kind of story. So these are suggestive stories that you think are written to her from another man or for her to give another man. I well, I know a little bit of float like them are like from somebody to her by if you're border crushing.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The alleged hate crime allegedly took place January twenty nine two thousand nineteen. Couple of other things have on that same day. According to daily wire same night at Jewish man. In New York was beaten by three thugs. Attack caught on studio on video nothing was stolen. So it was clearly. Religious based hate crime. Two weeks before that Jewish man nineteen years old violently assaulted as he walked past a local laundromat by group of teenage blackmails. December sixteen year old Jewish teens spent a week in a hospital after beaten being beaten by two other teens witnesses said the teens screened kill the Jew, the NYPD. However, characterize the attack is gang related rather than hate crime. Going to New York NYPD, excuse me, New York NBC. New York City has seen a big increase in reported hate crime. So for twenty nineteen they investigated forty to hate crimes through February four compared to nineteen the same point last year, most were anti semitic New York Times reported in October last year, quote there have been four times as many crimes motivated by bias against Jews hundred and forty two and all as there have been against blacks hate crimes against Jews. Have outnumbered hate crimes targeted at targeted at gen transgender people by factor of twenty but these stories did not make news Josse small it did because it fit the script the issue of antisemitism in New York. Yeah. Whatever I'm Larry elder. Larry elder,.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Good another whole, man. Women woman twenty nine second going around Mary. 'cause you bring angle on that Hoda, Tim. This is a tough watch me. Hobby Gail won't know parts of this boxing match runs. Antoni really want. I want to do any okay. Oh, big big of the jackets that truth out there in at this event covering the getting these interviews of guys just becoming a valuable member of TV, man. We appreciate you come on. Oh my God. This is dirtier referees a fucking pussy fucking pussy. Fucking hold and Clinton and fucking here button. And then when a guy falls to the ground you put a glove on his head. This is fucking man. This is fucking horrible, bro. This. The damage you're saying fucking every fucking box to my how foster was the last wrath. I don't understand this should man. Bank London again. Oh, big big. Oh, oh my God. You Bank with two big right hands on the gale. Oh. Round them. Komo language nigga, go the fuck. Of the gentle home. How you feel Gary Campbell? Take your own. Why does replay pushed him in here down? Why he steps over him? Please note together not together there. Your gear camping. But your time out about the time out know. Chris Eubank around from me seven one Chris. Chris. When you better geared, then you can get out of time out until Dan you care about your opinion. You won't be you watch. This channel waiting watching. You. There you you. You. We go. Round them. Much of the science from Christie buying seven one. Could you make my book the girl what hold again trying to get him off of them pushing the referee saying anything referee's not doing his job appoint should have been deducted a point the duct? Then you may have a better boxing match one guy might feel. Okay. I can't keep on doing the same thing. So now, I got actually go out there have a heavy work. Right. Have I temple bar? Stay the Zac, same. same around four tenths and around the forgot here. Bernstein trip home, we'll box begin out around. A decision on who wears and. Everywhere. You bet on jam looks good, man. And. The the fat Paul dot finding difficult mankind's. Guys are open and both guys are are not necessarily a. The not engage in how I a traditional match. Nice. Nice. Nice. The girls when buddy missing are them. Could you what a knife attack? Tired up? Gained the gale winds that swinging swinging ho. We go. We got here. Gathering sitting Ryan pasta together from about the south opens up wide has all the features may just not pump jab. He's not doing enough. Polly's taking over there. Not like each other forty second. Go around them. Trying to catch it Kristie bang on the way out. This guy man going home this five. Jeff because you bring 'cause you. One guy wants to fight other guy wants dance, it seems like there's an. Oh, my my because you Bank. What I am about. Because you beg may very very accurate. He's been more every time. The other girl comes into whole now 'cause you Bank is pushing their soda right there in the middle of not allowing him to ho that adjustment from from from. Because you bring that is not. I. The one that around. So I got a seven to. 'cause you. Got a minimum number two. I got him seven fan Minhaj. I can't tell me by phone. I'm calling everybody calling Albar Albarracin column like me Sam gotta like me who got like me. Oh that right. The bucket was on put you in time out there. How about that the? And. Why even saying your message home? So you ain't get no clout. Clouds, don't clout homey bit the mother fucking chase or a bit too clout, which when you wanna do. Because the doors grows..
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"And so she means it's jus day, January twenty ninth two thousand nineteen name is Jack O'Brien AK, Bryan. Bryan, say Jack, go Bri, and courtesy of Hannah's whole kissed that was post. To be loved me. Love me love. But my voice is such. It was possible to tell while I'm thrilled George as always by my co host, Mr. miles. But if I in this guy, I can get twice as we take on crooks spit a hook a reading grave. I can go anywhere. Faxed to know a killer show for read in the guy smoking say thank you to add Taylor t Pleming for that reading rainbow. I could see the intro show in my mind as yeah, I love that show. Yeah. As a kid, we should do it. And even then I couldn't even read an I loved it. That's how you get show. Well, isn't it the show like him reading to you, basically? Yeah. But still yeah. I feel like you know, what's yet? Or literally found that I've spent less of my time since learning to read being bred to one last time you were read. Resent awhile. Yeah. That's a form of south care like being there's something soothing about being read too. I mean, there was that one time I had a terrible accident, and I had to had a textbook book read to me college. But that was the last time I think I was ready to wait. What was this accident? And how'd you get away with this scam? I was I was I was at hooters, and I was juggling. The hot sauce of cap came off one of them mid air. All of them is. Kindi troop. They call me. Blind MC juggles. Well, we're thrilled to be joined in our third seat by the hilarious medium returning guests. Mr. Blake Wexler, aka blinding, MC juggle. Yeah. I stole the thing. They know me there because I still the thing that the paper towels would come on that thought that was a funny bit. Uh-huh. And then I would just have a lot of paper towel dispensers. It looks like it was just a wooden rod. That's that's fat. That's what. And you're right. That's what the magistrate court said. Also, of course. But anyway, this is about improves over there in the magistrate I've found. Yeah. Yeah. Bit when you're doing it the and it's completely purposeless. Right. It's like, well, that's a mental illness. Well, then I saw him on Craigslist right after that is funny is that theft. Yeah. I have trouble. Sometimes, you know, discerning between the two it's hard. Yeah. Anyway, look, I'm just getting back from illness. Now, Jack, I've passed the illness baton I was sick over the weekend. Couldn't hear your voice. No sound great. Glad I picked a aka that was relied on me hitting high notes to be even identifiable. Well, Blake we're going to get to know you a little bit better in a moment. I bringing dangle honest, and there's a couple of things we're talking about today. Aquaman is now officially the biggest DC movie ever. We're gonna talk about how that happened. And we're gonna talk about a couple millennial just bullshit marketing just bullshit marketing in general. It might not be millennia. I don't know. How people are right. You don't need to be a millennial to fall for just crazy bullshit. We're going to talk about twenty twenty and all the people announcing who's looking good who's terrifying. All Democrats Howard Schultz. We are going to talk about some inside information on what happens when you go to the White House and get a personal tour from the president because since he doesn't really work. He spends a lot of his time in office just giving people personal tours like a WalMart greeter. Right. Just being like, this is pretty cool. I'm president pretty cool. Enter by four Mirela. Dollar. And we're gonna talk about just a new a new shade of Trump. We're seeing for the first time just kind of angry, not happy. But unhappy in a way that is. I don't know wounded sort of like sad sad. Boy trump. Yeah. And we're gonna talk about baby shark an answer the question, what is baby shark and from Winston it. Come. But first Blake we like to ask our guest would is something from your search history. That's revealing about who you are. Well. Sorry already is that this phone sex hotline. Yes. Because you this is delicious dish phone sex was actually the last Google search, and it says a lot of Batman. I'm gonna purview. Phone sex..
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"January the twenty nine two thousand nineteen coming up two stories that the media is not reporting at least in large measure that you should know about. We've got them for you. Here. This morning schemer. No Trump in the Goshi, Asians, afraid terrorist takes over a car on our southern border that can't be good Randers and border patrol wives inviting Pelosi galore to the south the triple c calling for a massive uprising. Other international news cash for Kim and a Taliban peace deal. The president has been Israel was sanctions, and there may be troops heading to Columbia. Roger stone's speaks out on Hannity last night. There's news on the afford sentencing. And what the acting attorney general said about the Muller probe state. Lawmakers are considering a federal. Employee bailout will explain key schools facing sex abuse allegations free tax returns for Marylanders making under fifty five grand a year. Maryland legislators once again, we'll be introducing the selfie suicide. Bill in Baltimore City officials considering jail time for scooters speeders other people making news this morning. The president versus Ann Coulter shirtless. Baabda shirtless Bernie to Cuomo the governor of New York saying not my job to rep Catholicism and camel, harass her true intent on her Medicare for all. We'll take a look at what Starbucks is doing as well. But our top story here today. I was going through all the show prep yesterday last night in the evening. I came across the story, and I'm going. Whoa. This is a bombshell. If true this is a revelation. This should be on leading every news cast of the day. And the the story is that is really scientists a small team of Israeli scientists say that they have may have found the first complete cure for cancer. According to Dan. The celebrated. Evolution biotechnologies limited. Quote. We believe we will offer in a year's time a complete cure for cancer. Our cancer cure will be effective from day. One lasted duration of a few weeks will have no or minimal side effects. At a much lower cost than most other treatments on the market. Are solution will generic and personal end of quote. There are eighteen million new cases of cancer each and every year every six death in the world is due to cancer. It's the second leading cause of death in in the world only behind cardiovascular disease. And the chairman of the board and CEO, Dr Dan. Island Murad said that the the new treatments called Muto or multi target toxin, essentially, it's a cancer antibiotic, and we're not getting all the weeds here of how they do it. The the DNA code for protein, the protein acts is an antibody and the virus that affects bacteria and then again in destroys the cancer cells. Now, they've had great success with is in two thousand eighteen a team of scientists won the Nobel prize for their work on similar type of directed. Evolution of new proteins. And what this team has done. They've taken one step further most anti-cancer drugs attack a specific target on in the cancer cell. This one disrupts their physiological pathway that promotes cancer and so far in early trials and tests, very very promising results. Again, I read that this morning. This is huge. It's a huge story. If it ends up being, you know, accurate. Yeah. That's a big if and if it is I mean, you just wonder some ties with all the financial investment here in this country in cancer treatment treatment centers. I mean, you have tire hospitals that are dedicated to either research or treatment, and since you know, maybe I'm just a little bit of of a cynic of what I always thought that if there is going to be any kind of advance made it would be alone, the new treatment lines as opposed to some sort of Maxine or something of that nature that would prevent cancer to begin with because then those people that are still making money off of treatment could still be making money off treatment. Well, again, I'm not saying I have no idea what the cost of this treatment or cure would be would they haven't gotten into that yet. But they're saying within a year. They have they have found a cure for cancer. This is gonna site the the savages in the Muslim world that's for sure in the radical Islamic girl. The they can't stand when the Israelis do anything good. And by the way, this is this cure would not be just for cancer. They believe it would also be a cure for H I V as well. Well, why is it? Why is it not getting any kind of real play here in this country? When you're talking about I mean, we're not talking about some nondescript country, nondescript doctor, or what we're talking about, you know, people from from from Israel who have oh doctors, obviously, researchers who have come up with this. And you would think that the the American media if again would be doing its job would be highlighting it. No, they're still interested in Russian collusion. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. This is such a huge story that is now being purposely hidden. It was on the you can find on the drudge report today, but I looked on all these other sites this morning. There wasn't any mention of it. Now, the Israeli papers are all covering it, the Jerusalem Post and Haaretz and the rest of the the Jewish papers. But American media is largely ignoring this. I don't know whether I don't know why it's kind of sad. But this is this is a very promising saurian again is on one hundred percent. But you would think that you know, when they find. Some Little Rock on Mars, or whatever it leads the newscast here, you have a potential cure complete cure, not just for targeted breast, cancer or prostate cancer. This is all cancers. And that's why makes it such a big story. All right. Another big story coming up in just a second. The media's not sharing with you as well. Five fourteen time for WCBS, traffic and weather first with the update here is the king of all traffic. Chuck the body Whitaker. Give them on a Chuck morning.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Touchdown pass to wide receiver. Michael Thomas to cap off in eighteen ninety two yard drive in eleven minutes and twenty nine seconds. It's the first score of the second half. And the first time saints have led to the game right now with about a minute forty third quarter. The saints are on top of the Bill eagles seventeen to fourteen here in the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Well, it looks like the saints of finding the rhythm. There were put together some good stuff on the drive look at that drive. Yeah. Let's just take one more minute to appreciate that. Eighteen ninety two yards eleven minutes and twenty nine seconds while it's a whole quarter. That's ridiculous. Now, obviously part of that was because they had penalties some self inflicted wounds. There worked them backwards also able to convert. Second in twenty at one point. We were wonderful when God applications that is when we were talking about the adjustments Bobby the chance earlier on the show who sort of give our halftime adjustments for both teams. I said if I'm the eagles. My halftime adjustment is we've gotta find ways sustained a couple of drives on offense. Even if they don't yield points. We must give our defense a chance to catch up and figure out what we can do to slow down. This eagles the saints offense, or at least continue to slow down a little bit. And the exact opposite happened. They just been eighteen plays in the field. And I know that like you had the offense played eighteen plays as well. Offense over defensive player. One offensive play is less energy the one defensive play. It's just the way it is. That is a remarkable Dr right there, but the saints. So when you have a drive that long. Poppy, what does that do to defend all saps you from energy it crushes your soul and allows the offense to get into a rhythm. So this is going to be big year for the come out it put the other drive get some points, get some confidence. But also the strength of the defense is their delight. In those guys need to be rested. More than anybody else. There's a men and forty seconds left in the third quarter. And how important is it for the score before this quarter end? They don't need a score. But they do need to possess the ball for they have to get a first down, preferably too. But they need at least one points good points here because you know, what if you don't get points here and the saints the base score again ova. All right coming up next. We have more football on football frenzy. You're listening to us on ESPN radio and the ESPN app..
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Twenty nine two thousand and ten how the hell are you? Did you have a nice thanksgiving? Did you did you hang out with all your family, and all your friends, we sitting at the table with someone that, you know, this time next year, you're not gonna be together, you know, and you just trying to just sit there and plow through the fucking meal go and God, dammit, why didn't I break up with this bitch before I came home? I fucking parents. Why are you asking your questions? She's not going to be here next year people. This is all rose. Okay. She was fun to bag. We were having a good time. And I don't know what happened. It got out of control. And next thing. You know, she wanted to come to this thing. And I didn't have the balls to say, no, all right? I fucked up I can tell you what I'm not going to get sucked into buying her. Fucking Christmas gift. Okay. So you do the math. You know in the fuck Christmas as we all know when it is it's on the fucking twenty fifth. The twenty ninth a November and she's out bitches out before Christmas. Because I'm not feeling passed a fucking porridge. Thank you. Jesus Christ NIA, I'm trying to do the podcast. Can you not distract me? Good lord. You know, something you'd have a girlfriend or just does not. Appreciate your creative space. It's like you're sitting in here. You're trying to give people something that they can enjoy for the week. And what do you do NIA? You just come walking in here. Like, this amazing thing that's happening isn't happening. Nothing. I don't get anything from you just gonna just going to collect your little belongings and then walk out of my life for a couple hours way going in and out burger. You know, she's gone no words of wisdom from her this week. She's she's annoyed. She's annoyed with me, I've been traveling a lot lately everybody it's because the tax man. The tax man's come in my way. All right, and as usual he's got his fucking hand out with the scowl on his face. So this is what always happens to me at the end of the year, right before I take my month off, you know, stare at my balls..
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on The Young Turks
"It's it's easy to find the first amendment. Okay. On the other hand. Here's the stuff that Trump is said June twenty nine two thousand seventeen. This is Hera. How could be Sandra's I and this. I love this quote. She said the president no way form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged finals, really and seems to be saying that on the clip. So let's go to to the quotes February twenty twenty third twenty sixteen Trump. I'd like to punch him in the face seems encourage violence November twenty second twenty fifteen about another person that was protesting him. Maybe he should have been roughed up Saint Louis rally, March twenty sixty and part of the problem is no one wants to hurt each other anymore. He said part of the problem is that no one wants hurt each other anymore. Whereas Trump is in favor of earning one another. I mean, that's the whole his whole point of Donald Trump is why don't we hurt one another? Let's now forgive grabbed him by the you know, because that is one of the most violent things can do it's called sexual assault. Neil. Alright. August eleven twenty fifteen. I don't know if I'll do the fighting myself or other people will again these encourage violence against the tractors. That is literally what it is. They are my detractors are my critics want to rough them up in the face. You should do the fighting really fast on that. Because he likes the all of his defenders are saying Bernie Sanders in Scalise. Same thing on last Friday show. We broke down all the reasons that's true. But that last quote is directly in reference to the time when to Representative black lives matter when onto the stage Bernie rally, and he allowed them to speak. He gave the microphone of them. And the question was asked to Donald Trump, would you? A protest or take your mic, and he says, I don't know if I'll do the fighting myself or other people will. But no, you don't let protesters talk. You fight them physically assault them violently assaulted. Exact opposite of Bernie Sanders. If that could penetrate the skulls concerned as watching the show March twenty sixteen the audience hit back, that's what we need a little bit more of Michigan March twenty sixteen. If if you do hurt him, all defend you in court, don't worry about it. I were rally February twenty sixteen if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato knocked the crap out of them. Would you seriously? Okay. Just knocked the hell I promise you, I will pay for the legal fees. I promise. So that is Donald Trump over and over again promoting encouraging violence. Hey, there's someone who doesn't like me. Make sure you physically assault them. And then he turned around like, oh, golly. Gee, I don't know. Why people are blaming me for it. Because you incur. That nonstop. And it's a fact that's why we're blaming you for anyone who doesn't by the way is not a real reporter. They play like they like to play neutrality games. Well, some say that he urged by this some say he didn't. Well, there's quotes. It's not a question. Like is it a question that it's his fault specifically the shootings, and the bombings and all that happen? Yeah. That's a question. Okay. Did he encouraged violence is not a question. I just read you the quotes are you dense? You should put in every article President Trump clearly encourage the violence that is a fact of but Republicans get upset at me for giving fact, then go find another profession, and he thinks that is okay. Because they didn't he say I could shoot someone and Fifth Avenue. No. And they would still follow me. That's right. Hey, look at that shuts eleven people in Pittsburgh and people are still follow him. Yeah. So I want to ask you this because I've had a chance of the past few days talk about this for literally hours as the the bombs were being sent out in more and more people from Donald Trump's greatest enemies list were being targeted there. There were conspiracy theories. It was a false flag secretly leftist than many Republicans said that publicly on Fox News..
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"So september twenty ninth two thousand six you guys were doing another another operation in support of the first five oh six operation kentucky jumper in the heart of the mob district right by the stadium we didn't sort of the the night before again area we'd operated multiple times before we we knew like backfire and we had taken multiple positions in that area on this specific one we had taken a very dominant building when i say dominant in terms of high device we we had the height over any other building and we were has diligent in with thaad ical as we were with any other mission and shortly after sunrise we were engaged with adamy first of the five of six come into clear several sectors of them mob district and i think by noon myself another seal sniper four yes and to had sorta lay down to get some rest because we we'd been up for close twenty four hours and mike i we're holding security and mike he actually jumped on my sniper rifle to get some gun and seal to his left three feet and i was three feet right and of course when one of the things as a young guy and i realized now as i just always pushed to the edge in sometimes to take care of the guys you have daycare yourself and i just didn't learn that early on so what i always try to stay awake and dr sleep as little as possible because i thought i had to be there you need to make decision in reality they didn't need me there to make decision they had it and i was very replaceable but when you're young you don't always realize that and so i was in and out asleep bobbing sitting on the ground like he was sitting in a chair and mike and i were in conversation basically about going on because we knew that was one of the last missions and mikey was excited because he was going to sniper school i don't know if you remember that you guys at line that up he'd been a machine gunner most of the well all the appointment located right next to jp who was the point man in so that was mikey's job was to overwatch like saint michel overwatch jp in read into enemy contact would be the first ones in mighty would lay down in lie laid it down on multiple multiple occasions before the other thing we're talking about she was dating a girl and we were timeout that he knew i was excited because my daughter at the time was two years old and you know i don't think i'd talked to my family much on that deployment 'cause we were just so busy and that that's sort of my style too is once i'm gonna ployed is it was easier for me nuts dot my family because it was actually a distraction because it would it would mess my mind so you knew the mission what to get home to your family as quickly as possible and in the best way for me to do that i'm not saying it was the right way was to focus on wanting you to do it it had a hundred percent of my attention because i would not for the life of me i would not allow one of my guys get killed but unfortunately that's out of our control it's more in wars not clean but midday oh contacted died down there still moving it there but during the conversation a grenade had come over the roof and again i was in and out sleep but what really sorta snapped me to heart was racing right away was mikey snapped up remember he was in a seat grenade come over the roof and hit him in the chest in bounced on the ground right in front of them and now there's there's a lot of accounts out there that are wrong saw some other seal speaking to a crowd about this you know that there was a entrance to the rooftop stairwell that would go down in the main main building and that wasn't true we were actually like fifteen meters from that stairwell at the very edge of the roof closest to street when mikey i say mike you have the greatest chance of getting away is at all he had to do is dive in the other direction and he'd most like take a little trap to the bottom of the feet into the gaps but he would have gone home.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Award from the orange bowl the edwin pope media ward ice on december twenty nine two thousand seventeen i who does this who carries their awards around greg cody does how do they get here i took notice there are raising are you getting sentimental honest is that what's happening are you like are you now in the uh eulogy portion of your professional career where you're getting to attend your own funeral a couple of vehicle on twitter have made fun of me that an award such as this essentially is sort of a career achievement dr fantasy trophies about ten times the silano lost of that yeah how godley your fancy drove he's like the turnover chain each year league i know what arena said know i'm not complaining though it's already on my award in here for so that we ask you about it i mean a i you know it was in my bag in you know i did i wanted it to our eeked out of one or even done with that joke that jokes done through cutting now that's plausible let me just happened to be at his best muslim ivanko laws will he couldn't stay in the back now it's on the desk where it will be in front of the television i am going to leave in my bag um but uh you know it's not i mean look i'm a seventime pfp i champion so obviously this is not the biggest award i've ever won but but it does mean something to me you know i respect the orange bowl committee as a as a civic force it when pope obviously was my mentor and so to win that award means little some what place in japan this year pfp half it's got some fingerprints on it anyway now about me what place did you come in this year in pfp ah.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"I think the curses oh six june twenty nine two thousand four arcade to this to us worse than its previous to this album so yeah avenge sevenfold just total posers because they ripped off a great penlike could stray you think they're buds that they go to the same high school or something they're all orange county bros so it's possible i know jerry previous gives jerry wayne will bright's just big friends with events have so much to the back country seen we didn't really describe what that he really didn't describe much of it it's just them in a convertible with fingerless gloves brandishing lice fleiss waters at cgi bats yes like there's nothing really added to the scene from the movie except figure lewis gloves and lip rains and bad tattoos and a leather fedora if if there were as dark and coal as they want us to think they are they wouldn't be swatting at the bat city welcoming the it's true that really is better armed out with that going blahblah at all have bat wings in the car with bat wing the out like a theme with these guys like i'll just but wings on it wakes on wings put flunking wings i mean it's portland has put a bird honestly you know joe dog affects i'm glad wings on your dog i heard you like wing so we put wings tried your wing fly flywheel you fly so imagine if like paul mccartney had bat wings while he was in wings all it'd be a good like cover band like a got version of wings batteries and even more leathery paul mccartney wings was actually listed on these guys influences right like they wanted to be like them to along with every other rock band every other mainstream rock band.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Auto go online to geico dot com or stop by the geico office nearest you three ways you could say fifteen percent or more of these hall tonight scoreboard this is the baseball tonight scoreboard for thursday june twenty nine two thousand seventeen a muster only coming up the wrath of the cubs front office comes down a newcomer helps the gains in how about those angels let's get to it the first pinch the cubs internationals played in washington on wednesday but there is a lot of stuff going on before that you remember what miguel monteiro said on tuesday after the national stole seven bases he talked about jake arietta and how slow he was working to the plate leading those stolen bases give a lesson and as soon as you become convertible homelessness recommend you return it equal cases possibles when when you try to get you out of control yet trying to get the polder scoop is possible acting you know you've got anything on it or he made about whatever which is here a backlash was immediate on wednesday morning i from the player perceived to be the team leader the cubs anthony rizzo on espn a thousand listen to what he had to say that macgill montero's comments uh you know look the we we winners would be we who team uh.
"twenty nine seconds" Discussed on The Box Seat Boys Podcast
"If you wanna be machado and take twenty nine seconds to run the bases after you hit a home run elcil whatever like whatever i think baseball needed a series like that to to show like hey it's okay to have that passion back and i don't agree with thrown at anyone's head yet don't throat the head though the body right and i map barnes is not exactly going up there locating his fastball any way so i don't think it was necessarily what he was trying to do but don't throw at the head and then the guy from the ocean each acted for hitting him with a curveball yet come on if he wanted to if he was intentionally throwing at him there was already a warning before the game too so again if he was intentionally throwing at him you were told at a at a relatively young age if you're gonna hit someone you don't hit him with a curveball are change up yet him of the fastball and you make them feel it right and here's your the who is up to bat who got hit i can't remember who got hit do you remember who was hit with a pitch a curveball uh i was it i don't know if who admitted been bogart's whoever was i think that's right whoever was i mean they really sold it i will give him that you sold it yeah but like as the thing like again you know chris sale one of the best pitchers in baseball.