17 Burst results for "Twenty Seven Thirty Seconds"

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Playin' & Slayin'

Playin' & Slayin'

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Playin' & Slayin'

"Becomes relatively easy to do on. There are days where you have to say where I've had to say to myself, get off your ass, go downstairs and slink pink because he do. You, do have those moments where you WanNa, take a day off but you know it's it's been fun. I don't know almost I'm almost at I think almost two two years not much not very far away from that on. Not really good with math so. Getting, getting close. Who Do the two year mark? Yeah. I'm getting close to two year Marcus seven hundred thirty will be to you there about two months away. Your good. So can eat as roughly yes I'm not a month far off from it. And I'm not sure it'll keep going after two years I'm sure will all. Like I, don't have plastic gray plastic down here to paint. Yeah. So we'll see how it goes. I have noticed a bit of a drop off. It's interesting as pretty as consistently getting looking at my feed right now. So. Like I've been stuck the weirdest thing is like I've been stuck on like is now down down four followers. So I guess pissed somebody off like. I was at twenty, seven, thirty, six now may twenty, seven, thirty, two, I. Think. Maybe some of my followers don't like the fact that I'm painting custodies, for forty. Vanity back to it might be. It might be whose commission they are. Not Used. And maybe. That's been fun. So I try I true commission. Paid, Commission I guess. Wife. Done some sculpting work for people in the night did some minor paint jobs for some people but nothing on this scale? So this has been an interesting project to work on Tall.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"These are the candidates. This is what we're left with. Those are grownups. He was a kid Scotty was a great player. He's a great story, but the documentary has. Not Been Unfair. It's been reasonable that Michael was the better player and the better leader Scotty was super talented, but sometimes. You couldn't count on them in big situations. I don't think that's inappropriate, nor do I think it's unfair. I think it's what Scotty is super talented like a lot of pro athletes, but not built or not comfortable. Maybe that's a better word to take the burden of a franchise on his shoulders that that wouldn't be abnormal. That would be normal, boast twenty, one, twenty, four, twenty seven thirty two year olds. Are Not Ready. To carry like Russell, Wilson an NFL franchise. They're simply not. And if you look at Russell Wilson, and you look at Jeeter, and you look at Peyton. Manning much of the credit goes to when they were kids. And the people giving them great leadership. Ideas and paths, and so I don't think Scott has been inappropriately unfairly labeled I think it showed him as a great teammate at times sometimes. Ludi and pouty and in crisis. Sometimes he was great. Sometimes, he wasn't. He was not always bad in crisis. He was often great and crisis. The one thing that thing showed last night was how Tuffy was, and I can say this. Having covered Scotty played to a lot of injuries. He hit the deck. Was the floor allot. was never a one hundred percent healthy took care of his body played her said there's about Cam Newton. I don't love Cam Cam is hurt a lot and plan to pain a lot. That and Scotty.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Front for the weekend twenty seven thirty two approaching five thirty six about thirty five minutes though but the slow from Conroy into downtown I'm Aaron brown I for one spend you got a one hour delay approaching like very Boulevard all the way to four thirty four got a crash there that's got two left lanes blocked and then after that Florida for me to clone your drive for twenty five minutes at towards news ninety six point five W. D. V. R. well good morning it's a toll free you're listening to the eight AM expanded news feed fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news weather and traffic however Landau's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. I. Marcia Taylor Emory computer investigators say a suspect shot by an OPD officer has a very long rap sheet officers say Travie Billings was shot yesterday after kidnapping and attempted carjacking on west colonial near John Young parkway he was hospitalized and is in critical condition investigators say Billings has been charged with burglary battery and resisting an officer in the past on channel nine's Nancy Alvarez for news ninety six point five W. DPO well maybe it's a little quieter in Winter Park this morning the whole city is now quiet zone between Princeton and Park Avenue passing trains will no longer honk their horns unless there's a clear and present danger on the track the local communications board retro fitted a big yellow sign that says no train horn on nearly all railroad crossings it's taken them ten years to get this far but plans are already in the works to expand the practice across Orlando and Maitland between the scales he's got a six point five W. TVO so.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Thousand homes hit the market that were previously owned by seniors eighteen twenty seventeen and twenty twenty seven nine hundred and twenty thousand homes are expected to be released to the market each year I'm a million houses a year by the decade between twenty twenty seven and twenty thirty seven that figure is expected to be one point one seven million homes a year that aren't being released by aging and dying off baby boomers so I'm still estimates that more than twenty seven percent of currently own homes that would equate to about twenty million properties in the US will be on the market for sale between now and twenty thirty seven so we have the shortage of of homes but you know there's millennials behind them that are actually now larger than the baby boom population but the difference as a lot of millennials haven't bought a home yet well so is so the you know and this is a very far reaching you know twenty thirty seven is is eighteen years from now so is on its side a quite a quite a long way away I'm but I think you know our market is extremely strong the for the next several years barring just set with the info influence of an influx of of California people and barring any any major natural event what our national the band like like September eleventh or something like that so I'm in Tampa Saint Pete Florida is expected to see the biggest impact I'm thirty three percent of the seniors there will have released their homes by twenty thirty seven Salt Lake City is expected to see the smallest I am back from the sewers an army because of the number of young families that are there retirees only represent twenty percent of all the homes on the market hi I was kind of interesting one I haven't seen Tucson Arizona in the news for a long long time we are actually that second behind out right eight Florida fourteen point eight percent of all seniors will release by twenty twenty seven thirty two percent by twenty thirty seven so I.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg business world headquarters on Charlie Pellett we've got thirty minutes to go ahead of the closing bell the Dow the S. and P. nasdaq all selling off six hundred point drop right now in the Dow down two point three percent twenty five thousand six hundred forty eight keep it locked in to Bloomberg radio to see where we close assn P. down seventy two a drop there of two and a half percent nasdaq right now lower by two hundred twenty seven points a drop there of two point nine percent stocks slumping treasuries Rowling after president trump said he will respond to news Chinese tariffs he also blasted fed chair J. Powell right now the ten year up twenty seven thirty seconds the old one point five one percent gold up two percent now fifteen twenty eight Beyonce West Texas intermediate crude lower by two point six percent fifty three thirty one apparel Brent crude is at fifty nine fourteen for Brent that was a game a drop of one point four percent again recapping equities lower across the board the down out on six hundred twenty one points S. and P. down seventy four a drop of two point six percent I'm Charlie palette that's a Bloomberg business slash this is the driver the glow and it's time for the drive to the close one of our phase Quincy Crosby back with us chief market.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yeah. You're right. He is. He is. It's fabulous though. You guys are so much fun. Thank you, doc. And tell everybody we set alot, and we'll be watching tonight. Outstanding take good. That's document lead play by play announcer for NBC's NHL coverage. You know that, that Troyer guy polling the corn king? Yes. Good field. No hit could field. Yes. You what I did. Yeah. It was outstanding in his field. Yet Chester the corn king Troyer, foreign K, produced hybrid seed, corns. He was the grand champion of the international grain and hay show, twenty twenty seven thirty two and thirty nine that's a long streak. But he is a genius in the corn hybrid producing industry. Well, so as doc in what he does apples and oranges. But the fact that you don't play hockey, but you become the voice of a sport. Now, I don't know of Keith Jackson played football. I don't know if he played college football but he became the voice of college football but it'd be easier. I think to wrap your arms around calling college football Keith did other things as well. And so is doc, but doc, is that signature voice when you hear his voice, you know that there's a hockey game going on and chances are he's going to make it better. Yeah. Polling have Keith Jackson Jackson, grown up and Roop Ville, Georgia near the Alabama state line. He went to Washington state university, but does not appear that he played college football also was in the Marine Corps, and this is what I try to tell my students at my broadcasting, school find find a spot where you get an opportunity and dot got an.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Traffic jam and it looks like it's just south of downtown. Saint Paul, Ken Barlow is fine. It witness news forecast. High of sixty eight down to fifty two tonight rain this morning. Yes to wet commute. So allow some extra time cloudy later today. It's forty nine right now, come home to comfort this summer is there a c prepared to keep up in the heat? They cool and calm with burns oh heating and air and sell a brand new Dakin AC for only forty nine dollars per month. Your comfort is their business at Burnsville heating and air. Take advantage now Burnsville heating dot com. Offer valid OAC. This is Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment. Swallowed a. Yes. Done. That. Jason and Alexis in the morning. Mytalk one zero seven one everything, entertainment, everything, Alexis has tentacles. I'm Jason lex McClay. Sorry. I'm going to tell you truth. True to tell. No, you don't tend to call. Oh my. Yeah. Okay. I mean like she wrapped it around like Ursula. That's what I mean. Anything? Seven twenty seven thirty two. Welcome back to the show, everybody. Thanks for being here. Speaking of Alexis coming up at the top of the eight o'clock hour, if you're unsure of your day ahead, don't worry Alexis this year, with their box of six and she'll shake them for you, and she'll find your fortune stick for you. That's coming up at the top of the eight o'clock hour. But right now it is a birthday pranks now dawn, you did this one before vacation. So was eons ago it was like eight years ago, I know. Yeah, and I actually sound normal I'm well. I know that a now after reviewing it because I was a little unsure, I've forgotten what it was. I.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The government shutdown is entering its twenty first day without a resolution in sight. The question becomes at. What point does this gridlock? Imperil? The US is triple a rating joining us now James McCormack global head of sovereign debt at Fitch Ratings training us from London James. Thank you so much for being with us. Fitch Ratings has sounded a bit of an alarm saying that if this government shutdown does drag on much longer it will consider a downgraded to the top rating that the US currently enjoys please explain. Yeah. That's right. I guess there's a couple of things that really come into focus really the longer. This goes on one is conflicted. With a note we put out last week. We said, you know, this foreshadows or more pronounced destabilization of policy-making that would include the standoff over the debt limit, which is really much more important than than the shutdown. I think we'd have to be quite concerned about that. And and the second sort of parallel track. Whereas we're thinking about is that the policy-making framework matters so much in the US because there are some pretty big fiscal policy. Challenges ahead in addition to the debt limit so the fiscal deterioration that's underway with deficits in order five and a half to six percent and the debt level where it is without at around one hundred percent the way we measure it without a resolution in sight kind of sets the fiscal trajectory of the US on a slightly different path than what we would see in other AAA. So we do have to think about it knows context. Well. Chairman of Powell drum Palo the Federal Reserve said at the economic club meeting that he's concerned about the level of the US debt. And that it is something that they have really no power over as a result. What do you think will will it take to get lawmakers to focus on it? Well, that's a very good question. Because lawmakers have not been focused on it for some time. This is a debt burden that has been creeping higher. Congress has not yet taken on the issues that need to be resolved. And the primary issue why the deficit continues to grow in addition to the tax cut tax cuts. We've just seen is really on the mandatory spending side, and that is going to be a very difficult issue for for politicians to to embrace. But at some point. Down the line that doesn't need to be addressed. If you look at Congressional Budget Office projections over the next ten years. It's very clear that there are two items two items on the spending side where things need to be need to be addressed is on the mandatory spending. And and the other is really interested. So both of those things are rising very quickly to the interest burden. Can't do much about that unless the debt comes down but mandatory spending something can be done about that. But it's very very difficult politically to get agreement on that. So James is there sort of a deadline for which the US has to come for come to a resolution for you to stop taking a look at the AAA rating. In other words, how long does this have to go on before you really do consider stripping the US of the top rating? Yeah. It's not so much about the shutdown. It's really more of a debt ceiling, and as you may you may know the debt ceiling comes back into the beginning of March. And then the treasury begins to use what he calls extraordinary measures at that point. So there's probably a couple of months before that really begins to buy when we last put took any rating action on the US was to put it on rating watch negative and that was back in twenty thirteen when when the period during which extraordinary measures operate with coming to an end. And there was no resolution in sight, we within forty eight hours of the so-called ex- date. And I think we would need to be in a position similar to that before we thought about a rating action. So that in turn down the road one thing that I don't understand though, if these situations keep arising, and it does not appear that gridlock is going to ease anytime soon in Washington, why not downgrade the US now. Yeah. I mean, we kind of down this road before. But not quite as pronounced. And that's why we're that's why we're talking about it now because we want to make sure that you know market participants. In other observers understand our position if were to take the rating action on the US, we want that to be as well flagged as possible. And so we are seeking about it now because it's an issue that we think the markets should be made aware of. But we're not in a position to suggest that this is definitively going to happen. So there's still plenty of time for congress and the White House to act to resolve both feed the shutdown and then subsequently to to address the debt limit manufactured happens as it has in the past. Then the AAA rating is is is probably sound James. If you believe that a recession is coming in two thousand nineteen would that change any of your ratings? I don't think so I mean the rating is supposed to be resilient. True and economic cycle. We don't see a recession in fact in in twenty nineteen. We don't see a recession in in in twenty twenty either we certainly see slowing growth, particularly as the fiscal stimulus begins to fade in twenty nineteen. We will have weaker growth towards the end of the year. Two twenty twenty we see growth only in the in a ram two percent in this year. We see it it sort of two point six percents. So definitely a slowing of growth, but not a recession. And I don't think we would be wanting to suggest that the US rating was under under any kind of threat from out from a normal economic cycle, including one that was inclusive every recession we're gonna leave it there. But thanks very much for being with us. James McCormack is global head of global sovereigns and supernational at Fitch Ratings. Speaking about the US sovereign debt rating at a time when there's a bit of buying the treasury market right now, the thirty year trades at three point zero two percent up twenty seven thirty seconds the.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A lawyer's added. The most workers in ten months as wage gains, accelerated and labor force participation jumped reflecting a robust job market that nevertheless basis. Mounting risks in two thousand nineteen but first a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett on this Friday, Greg June. Green is such a soothing color on a Friday SNP open higher stayed higher after data indicates a spike in hiring last month. There was a company by faster wage growth, an increasing participation abruptly tamp down concerned that the recession was growing likely stocks surged the session highs after Jerome Powell said the fed is flexible and officials are listening carefully to the financial markets futures advance Stephen overnight on news, the US in China will hold trade talks next week. Alan Krueger with Princeton tells Bloomberg the jobs numbers are parents proving the fed is right. I think the fed could be more data dependent. I think. Preset course, and we'll probably see fewer rate increases. Headwinds that we have been developing late December early this year. Aren't reflected in this report. But it shows that the actions that the fed was taken through the end of last year. To me to be pretty well justified. We check the markets every fifteen minutes route the trading day here on Bloomberg radio. The s&p five hundred is up two point nine percent up. Seventy Dow is up two and three quarters percent up six hundred twenty eight NASDAQ's up three point eight percent. Two hundred forty four. Ten years down twenty-seven, thirty seconds. The yield two point six five percents..

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Probably Science

"Well, I think that's what they wanted to what they wanted to find out is how that take the pas through the system and does it affect the rest of your digestive process. So the methods of retrieval were up to the participants. They choose tween classic bags tongue depresses and chopsticks. See if they have brought this case study in in grade seeks office, go into San's still have my Melvin Sohn's body. You can interested in science. You know, like, I think I've got this. Yeah. Yeah. Totally instead of instead of doing fucking chemicals and stuff if you're gonna sheet a leg fought grad seeks that he's absolutely you hittings on. So it took Davis. We mentioned on up to Davis. I only to balance to recapture LEGO head which gave her a find and retrieval time aka fought school on us. Right. I'm gonna shootings I'm gonna Hsun that some of these have been reverse engineered really have this is a common theme in size. General this on the podcast, quite lots of the very contrived acronyms ause science people have come out with this is this is the kicks saunas, they often swollen LEGO his it is one hundred percents something that's a certain proportion of scientists very proud of. Nasice full of it. All really. Yeah. All of that probes. And things like that. It's not quite fought and Schatz. But a lot of stuff has some quirky. I that is incredibly contrive adjectives in there. You would look if you'll dealing with probes than this room forbidden toilet humor Scholley there is. And they they mostly avoid it played a master on that. But they definitely come up with some very contrived acronyms. So two participants found the heads after single bound movement which were between twenty seven thirty two hours off the initial swallowing to ship for twenty seven thirty two was. Yeah on I mean, well, he's at the lying shit by doing that. I don't know some people that regular. I mean, I know why don't pay off go friends that that regular on pretty pretty lucky. I'm at least once a day yet. Good. Yeah. Nike. I'm too. Yeah. We're in the regular club. Then again, then is it room for training as well. As room for a bit of his someone they'd pruned the term. Herning juicing them being prune juice. Yeah. So one participant never found the head. Oh, never found it according to Davis. He had to search is still every time for two weeks. But then never found presume that meant that. He must have just it must have just he must have lost. It must be incites. Wasn't. He just missed it. Yeah. Because it's just a pays more imagine a stem because otherwise they'd be concerned about that. Right. That come come up on this plastic Cup next ride that set small, I don't know. I think it'd be very hard to detect so he's he's just gone through the the shoes and and miss two just had plastic on for three days. Just Weiss at these John and Vernice I presume it must come at him. One of the very much clogged in within something raw Ross. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's been hiding in the sun. And he just missed it under jail. Joe Joa something else that he taught. Hits. It's really look Christmas with these also. So what does this? Tell us will start apparently is suggest that swallowing. Lego head is not super dangerous at least for a healthy adult when the participants compared the shop schools from before and afterwards, they found consistency and frequency of that pose really had not significantly changed. The office noted that the uniform round of layer heads might help ease the passage through the body repeating the study was shop objects leg or legs torsos carry a high likelihood of internal damage luggage. And so. Stop me from Rhone. He, but this is fully grown adults that aiding LEGO. Yes, Scholley it would be slightly different full children..

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Uh-huh. Close-door. I don't know if it's because I'm salty is about the jets Las last night or what. But the energy that I'm feeling right now is on a different level just to make this video and this is all my homeys that were supposed to for all my homies that were supposed to become a fucking NFL star. But they tore to a c. als. And now they're twenty four and they don't know where their life's going for all the people that were supposed to be a big time fucking personnel Wall Street because they went to fuck and pen or Harvard or ever to fuck and their parents or grandparents, and they were going to do it too and be a hedge fund this fucking house in the engines that and they fucking hate it. They hate everybody there with the hate people that loved money more than fucking anything else. And they hate it and they're twenty six and the worst Buchan place in their life writing here. Even though they got booking zeroes in her Bank account because they were supposed to be a fucking hedge fund Wall Street mogul. But that's not their actual DNA for all my homies that we're supposed to be the next in hip hop superstar. They grew up with all the people. They knew all the producers they were in the. In the clubs at seventeen co-signed by everybody, but they just didn't have that single talent or that song never broke or they got fucked along the way mentally because they thought they were going to win and they didn't put in the work in the studio around paper for all my homies that were supposed to that are twenty to twenty nine twenty seven thirty two thirty four thirty eight supposed to be a big time lawyer supposed to marry the girl.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Yeah yeah love to and we we can go and see and look it and shop your exact routine yeah and i would love to i mean 'cause i'm actually a very unique well not unique skin type feel like every night i talked to us dealing with hormonal acting that's literally had no issues with acne really until hit thirty and so i i wonder if your listeners would wanna talk about it i don't think talked about on the show what's is hormonal acne so her wanna acting is when you have internally it basically causes breakouts underneath the surface of your skin so it's not really a result of you clutching your fees or haven't bacteria on your face it's really internal coming out and so it's hard to control a lot of women have it during around there period essner hormones go out of whack and then the experienced breakouts and normally you have more acting on your chin or your cheek area those so anyone that gets reoccurring pimples in those areas that are painful underneath the skin that is ramona acne or it is sometimes affected diet coffee milk sometimes it it depends on person person but you could just suddenly get have clear skin your tire life and then suddenly when you hit a certain age or twenty seven thirty two you could just get it prevent it so chemical experience a really important for that and then cleansing thorough in those pimple patches really do help a lot i forgot to bring it this trip so i'm regretting that but yeah and so for me when i first started getting it when i hit thirty years old exactly it was like the damai birthday had really severe hormone active along my chin house like freaking out because this is the result of stress which it could be but kept current recurring every week every month and i was like oh my god this is hormone act is everyone talks about like hits you like a ton of bricks and i figured out a way to control it using products using chemical experience using a certain products and so now i've gotten down night every sixty days i'll be clear and then one day it'll just pop up and.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"A lifestyle blogger extraordinaire and nick and he's a serial entrepreneur of irish smart company and now lauren evert's in michael bostick bringing you alone for the ri ready for major illness welcome to the skinny confidential him and her aw so her want acne is when you have internally it basically causes breakouts underneath the surface of your skin so it's not really a result of you touching your phase or haven't bacteria on your face it's really internal coming out and so it's hard to control a lot of women have it during around there period that's no hormones go out of whack and then the experience breakouts and new normally you have won't acting on your chin or your cheek area those so anyone that gets reoccurring pimples in those areas that are painful underneath the skin that is hormone dire thing or is sometimes affected by diet coffee milk sometimes it it depends on percent of person but you could just suddenly get clear skin your tire life and then suddenly when you hit a certain age twenty seven thirty two you could just get it preventive so chemical coins are really important for that and then cleansing thoroughly and loose pimple patches really do help a lot alright alright alright welcome back to the skinny competent him and her show if you're new to the show thanks for joining that clip was from our guest of the show today her name is charlotte show and she's the creator and founder of soco glam on this episode we discussed korean beauty hormonal acne skin care what americans are missing for their skin care routine entrepreneurship morning and evening beauty routines and plastic surgery for those of you who are new i'm lauren everett's than the creator of the skinny confidential which is a blog a brand a book and podcast.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Choice coming up he ran from school today right as we got us goal we sprints it's it's an unimaginably fun watching people play video games you laugh but it's a billion dollar business people first though must do the numbers now dotras up nineteen points on this friday less than a ten percent 25000 290 nasdaq down sixteen points twotenths percent closed at seventy to thirty nine the sp 500 gained one point one single cell threepoint would call at flat twenty seven thirty two for the five days gone by the dow added four and a quarter percent nasdaq grew five point three percent sp 500 advanced war and threetenths of one percent tech stocks turned higher today alphabet aka a google advanced threetenths percent applied materials rustled up one point nine percent the day micron technology clicked up one and six sixtenths one percent bond prices why they rose thanks raskin yield on the 10year treasury note fell to two point eight seven percent you're listening to martin this marketplace podcast is brought to you by i arpaio who invites you to join the hybrid forecasting competition a new geopolitical forecasting challenge the hybrid forecasting competition will build on research covered in the npr segment so you think you're smarter than a cia agent learn more about how you can participate at hybrid forecasting dot com.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"So what i look at the gear the cases are they look like they're they're plastic like out durable plastic nineteen inch rack mount their injection moldy cases with aluminum frames and their nineteen inch rack mount screw in panels right yeah that's correct you boltman typically with four bolt in some cases of it's very heavy might be sakes but on average it usually four bolt which is plenty to hold it in the new stack up iraq any way you like so looking at the units here on display there's one that's about what to this particular entire rack mounting is eight rack units it consists over one rack unit and eighty three rack unit here and a three wracked unit here okay so what we're looking at here this particular unit has a big sticker at the bottom and says i comma merrick on it is is this i coms demo iraq this happens to belong to end nine j a row ray novak race sand as a big crate full of radio's with a note it said figure it out okay so as i'm looking at this thing the bottom a couple you panel has a icom seventy three hundred on the left side and a fifty one hundred control had on the right side and the the face of the radio's are pretty much flusher slightly poking out from the rack panel themselves and then above that there's another panel that scott looks like a icon seven twenty seven thirty two reader four forty radio a commercial twoway radio and some network.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Now that's progressive how about sam bradford what do you think this year's here's a little exercise europe buffalo wild wings you have a few beers just throwing back chicken left and right and you say to your group of friends no i think it's kinda good and little underrated as sam bradford one of the reaction to the table being named get out of here no doubt check down artist that's if they red of your calls right it sounds good yeah sounds good i'm not even necessarily saying it's i'd have to go ahead look it up i think that's all over the place is all over the place right the yards for tampa think it lakers up and down all the time for wasn't last night no last night he was flawless twenty seven thirty two three forty six three touchdowns i think his rating was almost amused just below perfect but i don't know i he's still only twenty nine years old is that right what did the scott huler what did the vikings give up for san braford he was a first round pick oh yeah they gave up ally it was thought around the league at the time that they gave in and they gave away too much because they freaked out because bridgewater they knew nothing about bridgewater wasn't just over loser for the year it's going this guy may never play again at the very least i don't think we're gonna get back for two thousand seventeen so that's why not to be the i told you so guy but yeah this was a take of mine a year ago that that's a good deal for the vikings going on sam bradford boy this looking good today who think just real quick do you think you merrier takes and sometimes you just hook up.

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"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Runner's World Show

The Runner's World Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"twenty seven thirty seconds" Discussed on The Runner's World Show

"Yet my times were not as good as the rest of the kids around the area in california i ran a 420 20mile but added coach it was super persistent trying to give me to college in i myself didn't really want that i wanted to stay close to my family but he was the one that pushpa to take a recruiting visit to northern arizona so once i was there amid jack daniels in at the time there was an article in one of the running magazines the about a jack daniels in why it's so important to live i train low in he mentioned the importance of flack staff help professional runners actually pay money to the training camps in flagstaff sales at that point that i made the realisation that hey they're offering meal partial scholarship to come to these university were professional athletes strain so it was that point that i realize it okay maybe this is for me in not necessarily just the education maybe there's a one percent chance even of having a career out of this again not that i believe that could do it but i figured if professional athletes are pain to be there and i'm getting paid a small amount to be there that's got to be saying something okay so is more like sort of other people's faith in you that they convinced you that it might be a route were taking young fortunately i'm mberi hard on myself most of the time so i wasn't given myself any credit guy i really gave myself any credit till i made the olympic team for my native country back in twenty twelve when iran the ten when iran twenty seven thirty two that was the first time where i was actually happy with my running performances let's talk about your your native country your history can you tell me where you are blind in and how you i came to this country.

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