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"twenty six hours" Discussed on Keep It!
"She was great that there's an amazing story on the new york post. I'm sorry to advertise the near post right now. From seven years ago where amanda plummer. Apparently who gives a wonderful performance in the play she was doing some obscure tennessee williams. Melodrama is kind of a handful and gets in fights with the lighting director and people keep quitting whatever and she and christopher plummer had kind of in a strange relationship and at the end of this it talks about how christopher plummer soccer at one performance ducked out at intermission and told a random theater staffer i had to leave. Please don't tell her. And i've been thinking about their relationship ever since very strange. She's also at the hundred days right. She's in fiction. She plays tim. Ross girlfriend yes. But anyway there was a lovely tribute to christopher plummer. My keying please. Stop dying people. I know my god angela. Lansbury get high. We made a spinoff to keep it where we just like. It's like the obituaries. Yeah and we're just doing in memoriam every week because otherwise this smacking the show. Dark all right when we're back aida and i will have a conversation with baritone day. Thurston keep it is brought to you by felix. There are a lot of blue light glasses on markets. All blue light glasses together as honda civics corporates together as cars goofy most clear blue light lens filter. Two to three percent of blue light from screens be looks great filters fifteen times more high frame. Materials may feel it's great durable super lightweight and can be adjusted to fit. I lament glasses. I feel like i say this. Every time i love him so much. I love being able to see. I love my is not shaking at night after i've been looking at the screen for i don't know twenty six hours of the day it's essential in our pandemic. It is essential to have a pair of feet. Looks great glasses. It's just a little bit of relief and that's the thing we fucking want right now..
"twenty six hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Los Angeles in just twenty six hours yes it's the cannonball run and it's a record the automobile average more than a hundred kills an hour for nearly three thousand miles breaking the record set by the jaguar XJS in nineteen seventy nine which took thirty three hours how are they able to do this well there's nobody on the road traffic levels are down ninety percent in major cities and so people who are driving while they're driving a little crazily in ten days in March California issued more than five hundred speeding tickets for people going over a hundred miles an hour in New York City traffic is down seventy one percent but speeding tickets are up twelve percent the average speed on the Brooklyn queens expressway was thirteen miles an hour normally now it's fifty two so with nobody on the road everybody's able to drive faster in Portland Oregon thirty people last week were caught driving thirty miles an hour over the speed limit one car was going offline driven thirty nine miles an hour two motorcycles were caught doing a hundred and thirty two in Singapore fifty cars were caught drag racing on city streets hi folks we really you know we got to get a grip because the last thing you want to do is you know wind up in the hospital at all and if you don't have to go there for covert you certainly don't have to go there because you wrap your car around a telephone pole which is what somebody did one exotic vehicle in New York City a week ago so yeah you are in a funk well we need to get ourselves out of this funk because as you heard on this program already there's a lot of bad news and more bad news is going to be coming we know this no I'm not trying to scare you I'm trying to prepare you and no one better to help us get out of this funk then my wife Jean Adleman who is here to join us in the studio gene founder here element financial engines she's an expert in macrobiotic cooking she has a degree in consumer economics and nutrition gene so many people are so dumb demoralized because of the bad news cooped up in our homes lousy weather out there gray skies how do we get ourselves out of this funk sure color therapy it's called chromo therapy dates back to the Egyptians color therapy is used to help our physical and mental outlook it evokes different responses from us colors can be considered stimulating or sue them it can affect our mood our appetite our emotions and our decision making colours have been used by large companies for decades to affect our purchasing decisions how are things packaged and and is that appealing to us and are we going to buy it and immediately yeah I mean think about it when you are in the store and you're looking to buy something on the shelf which one do we pack chances are we like the packaging yeah that's why we choose the product absolutely Sir like yellow increases are fun it's light right now all the daffodils are out and the tulips are coming out and so maybe having some fresh flowers around the house will help us feel better blue makes us feel calm and appreciate beauty sim maybe you want to get the paint brushes out and paint a room or something read increases our physical energy in our stamina and so maybe one of to store some color into our clothing during the day I mean everybody's wearing drab clothing what I'm discovering you know Grays and blacks like what you're wearing today okay so that's a very colorful right so we're you're absolutely right I mean the skies are gray it's been raining and cloudy and and we just need to get colored alerts because it'll make us feel better here's what's so fascinating everybody's favorite color of course everybody knows this is blue and yet you know everybody of the least favorite colors are just I'm just looking at the survey data you showed me gray white black brown these are all the least favorite colors and yet those are the colors that I'm saying all over the place and so we need to get the blues of the Reds and oranges purples greens yellows that's what we need to be spending our time surrounding ourselves I just understanding that it can affect our mood is step one as you pointed out big business spends a lot of time doing this we spent about a year developing our new logo and corporate colors and hired all kinds of consultants to help us figure it all out because it's it's a big deal and you know when's the last time you walked into an Italian restaurant and you saw a blue tablecloth yeah right they know that read it stimulates appetite exactly right and so different colors have different functions so it makes it look at what you're saying makes so much sense so yep so quit wearing those grey T. shirt and gray sweaters and go find something colorful to where I'll get right on it that's Jean Adleman founder here element financial engines you can do the same this place up your life with color surround yourself with it you're really feel better thanks to you for comments it's great to be here Rick thank you that was Gina Holman and I'm Rick Adelman here on the Riggleman show triple a plane wreck online at rice Stillman dot com we by talkers magazine as one of the heavy hundred talk show host in America this is the recommendation of and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK with forecast showing temperatures in the mid seventies over the weekend California state park officials are reminding people to continue to practice safe social distancing public information officer Adeline he says previous restrictions remain in effect this comes off the heels of the last two weekends with many public areas and walk past being over crowded with people officials are asking people to resist the urge and remain indoors movie theaters are among the many businesses considered non essential for.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"New York City to Los Angeles in just twenty six hours yes it's the cannonball run and it's a record the automobile average more than a hundred kills an hour for nearly three thousand miles breaking the record set by the jaguar XJS in nineteen seventy nine which took thirty three hours how are they able to do this well there's nobody on the road traffic levels are down ninety percent in major cities and so people who are driving while they're driving a little crazily in ten days in March California issued more than five hundred speeding tickets for people going over a hundred miles an hour in New York City traffic is down seventy one percent but speeding tickets are up twelve percent the average speed on the Brooklyn queens expressway was thirteen miles an hour normally now it's fifty two so with nobody on the road everybody's able to drive faster in Portland Oregon thirty people last week were caught driving thirty miles an hour over the speed limit one car was going one hundred and thirty nine miles an hour two motorcycles were caught doing a hundred and thirty two in Singapore fifty cars were caught drag racing on city streets hi folks we really you know we got to get a grip because the last thing you want to do is you know wind up in the hospital at all and if you don't have to go there for covert you certainly don't have to go there because you wrap your car around a telephone pole which is what somebody did when exotic vehicle in New York City a week ago so yeah you are in a funk well we need to get ourselves out of this funk because as you heard on this program already there's a lot of bad news and more bad news is going to be coming we know this no I'm not trying to scare you I'm trying to prepare you and no one better to help us get out of this funk then my wife Jean Adleman who is here to join us in the studio gene founder here element financial engines she's an expert in macrobiotic cooking she has a degree in consumer economics and nutrition gene so many people are so dumb demoralized because of the bad news cooped up in our homes lousy weather out there gray skies how do we get ourselves out of this funk color color therapy it's called chromo therapy dates back to the Egyptians color therapy is used to help our physical and mental outlook it evokes different responses from us colors can be considered stimulating or soothing it can affect our mood our appetite our emotions and our decision making colours have been used by large companies for decades to affect our purchasing decisions how are things packaged and and is that appealing to us and are we going to buy it and immediately yeah I mean think about it when you are in the store and you're looking to buy something on the shelf which one do we pack is are we like the packaging yeah that's why we choose the product absolutely Sir like yellow increases are fun it's light right now all the daffodils are out and the tulips are coming out and so maybe having some fresh flowers around the house will help us feel better blue makes us feel calm and appreciate beauty so maybe you want to get the paint brushes out and paint a room or something read increases our physical energy in our stamina and so maybe one of to store some color into our clothing during the day I mean everybody's wearing drab clothing what I'm discovering you know Grays and blacks like what you're wearing today okay so it's a very colorful you're free so when you're absolutely right I mean the skies are gray it's been raining and cloudy and and we just need to get color analyst because it'll make us feel better here's what's so fascinating everybody's favorite color of course everybody knows this is blue and yet you know everybody of the least favorite colors I'm looking at the survey data you showed me gray white black crown these are all the least favorite colors and yet those are the colors that I'm seeing all over the place and so we need to get the blues of the Reds in the oranges purples greens yellows that's what we need to be spending our time surrounding ourselves just understanding that it can affect our mood is step one as you pointed out big business spends a lot of time doing this we spent about a year developing our new logo and corporate colors and hired all kinds of consultants to help us figure it all out because it's it's a big deal and you know when's the last time you walked into an Italian restaurant and you saw a blue tablecloth yeah right they know that read it stimulates appetite exactly right and so different colors have different functions so it makes it look at what you're saying makes so much sense so yep so quit wearing those gray T. shirts and gray sweaters and go find something colorful or where I'll get right on it that's Jean Adleman founder here element financial engines you can do the same this place up your life with color surround yourself with it you're really feel better thanks dean for Cummins it's great to be here Rick thank you that was denied men and I'm Rick Adelman here on the recommend show triple a plane wreck online at ray Skillman dot com we by talkers magazine as one of the heavy hundred talk show host in America this is the Rick Adelman show everyone's got advice on how to protect your health right now hi I'm Rick Adelman what I want to do is show you how you can protect your wealth right now for you and.
Flying The New Scandinavian Airlines Flagship A350: Copenhagen To Chicago
"I am literally just back. Flew in from Copenhagen just now wow wow they let you out of the House The for for twenty six hours long enough to fly from Chicago to Copenhagen turn around and come. I'm back in such a thing who knows who reason. There's gotta be reason but I don't know what it was no who I will dig and try and find the reason. Scandinavian Airlines took delivery of their first eight three fifty a few months ago and they've been training and getting ready for the big day which was today and they operated their first revenue flight with the aircraft from from Copenhagen to Chicago in. We had a wonderful flight. The smoothest flight I've ever been on not even a little bump but Got Take a nice view of Iceland a little bit of Greenland Canada and then dropped into Chicago where it was cloudy and cold but inbetween. Everything was wonderful. Wonderful still still processing all of the things that we we tried to share tried to share more of the flight while we were in the air but the Wifi had some some growing wing paints narrow. That doesn't work awful concept. I know but this was the first time that the system had been tested in the wild on such a flight and with with as many people as as had been on the flight so over one hundred people were connected and so worked for for some didn't work for others the others being unfortunately me so we didn't get to share as much during the flight as we wanted to. But we'll we'll have more coming up in by the time the podcast comes out all that'll be up on the blog and on various social media's so look for that there but it was a good flight and we had a nice chat with the crew afterwards so that was a a nice thing to kind of end the flight with talking with their chief pilot and the assistant into chief pilot for their their new eight hundred fifty fleet So so that was. That was a good time. Yeah I think we start getting the three fifty's here at newer in March unbelie Yang one of the flights the evening flight. I think you've two flights from Copenhagen Day I think and there's the afternoon flight in the evening big flood. I think it's the three fifty so that one of the moving over to Stockholm at this point it doesn't sound like they are anytime soon because because most of the three forty flying is done out of Copenhagen and the three fifty is kind of replacing first and foremost now it's making sense and all the comparisons that SAS does S- against the three forty and it's pretty incredible to see with the economics of the two fifty compared to the three forty are interested to see what the economics of garbage can compared to. A three forty are so this is true. Garbage cans are exceedingly fuel-efficient has given indeed. That was something something interesting that That we learned in that the eight hundred fifty is both more fuel-efficient and faster so we we flew faster to get to Chicago in arrived. We arrived at an entire hour early and the flight time itself was thirty. Four minutes faster because of the increased cruise speed so. I wasn't in a hurry but I guess if not taking more time than you need is something that they want to do. So you've got to O'hare an hour early. Where's their gate available? Because it was the international terminal there was audible available but I did hear one of the station. Managers at O'hare telling the pilot that did he needed to slow down next time they weren't quite ready to receive the aircraft because of the you know the special stuff that they were doing for the inaugural going back out of Chicago. But yeah in the future I guess. Maybe they'll the adjust the schedule schedule a little bit now. That the three fifty's on
"twenty six hours" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"But twenty six whole hours in Chicago I got to tell you something man that is that is really celebrate yes Sir I got the orchestra have you thought about how pathetic that is that's where we are that's the way it works yeah twenty six hours and we're considering that a victory but I guess in some respect that actually is a victory when you think about it because it nobody got shot that means well nobody got shot nice change of pace for those folks in Chicago I don't know what happened that city man but talk about your definite helpful all right then we move on to trending topic number three we have thanksgiving coming up this week and I have been told by multiple sources that if you are going to drive somewhere if you're leaving to go on Wednesday most people that you know I everybody wants to get there for the event but can I offer you some personal advice because I've done this many many a time I've usually lived away from my family and I usually try to go see them on thanksgiving and I wait and I traveled the day off I I travel on thanksgiving day if it's gonna be a four day week you know what he traveled Lee first thing thanksgiving morning because often times it's cheaper and its the if you get a flight and there are seats still available believe it or not there there were in the past and if you're gonna drive well if you leave at six o'clock in the morning on thanksgiving day you know you're not gonna run it too much traffic and you can get there by ten o'clock and let's be honest you're not gonna eat until four in the afternoon by the way can I just point that out why the hell do we wait until four o'clock in the afternoon where is the noon meal how bout a one o'clock thanksgiving meal used to drive me crazy what we could eat mom I'm starving all **** about four Y. four how about now.
Drug overdose deaths: Franklin County, Ohio coroner reports 10 overdose deaths in 26-hour period
"The corner in Columbus Ohio is reporting at least ten overdose deaths over a twenty six hour span this weekend the Franklin County coroner calls that an unusually high number for the county for this time of year awards they could be tied to fatten all the coroner's office says pencil can be mixed with cocaine and methamphetamine which can be a deadly combination authorities are urging family members and friends of people with drug problems to contact them for now locks own
10 people died of overdoses within 26 hours in one Ohio county
"There was a huge surge in drug overdose deaths over the weekend the Franklin County coroner reported ten overdose deaths in just twenty six hours this weekend warning that they could be tied to a Sentinel police are urging family and friends who do have drug problems to contact them for naloxone the entire overdose drug as. well this training on how to administer it in an
"twenty six hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You know, when we had a three g phone. We're using four G these days, three g phones for you to download a two hour movie took twenty six hours. I remember the day saying, oh, I've got a fly across country. I'm gonna wanna watch a movie on the plane. So I would spend a couple of days in advance downloading the movies. So the by the time I was ready to go on the trip. It would be there twenty six hours. Download it to our moving with four Jay which is what you have now on your phone on your laptop on your ipad, four G take six minutes. Not twenty six hours, five G is coming. You're all aware that you're seeing the advertising marketing for five G now. You'll be able to download a two hour movie not in six minutes, but in three point six seconds. That's how long it'll take the download a movie. Cisco says mobile data traffic is going to grow seven hundred percent by twenty twenty one to. Forty-nine expedites month. This is due in large part to the internet of things. Everything around us cars kitchen appliances wearables. All of this is going to be connected to the internet and Accenture says five G is going to generate five hundred billion dollars for the economy and create three million new jobs. Cisco says that by just next year there will be more than thirty billion devices connected to the internet and PW says it's all going to add fifteen trillion dollars to the world economy by twenty thirty. This is the subject of exponential technologies. You hear me talking about this a lot on this radio show? Because these innovations that are radically.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Three g phones for you to download a two hour movie to twenty six hours. I remember the day saying, oh, I've got a fly across country. I'm gonna wanna watch a movie on the plane. So I would spend a couple of days in advance downloading the movies. So the by the time I was ready to go on the trip. It would be there twenty six hours to download it to our moving with four Jay, which is what you have now on your phone on your laptop on your ipad, four G take six minutes, not twenty six hours, five G is coming. You're all aware that you're seeing the advertising and marketing for five G now, you'll be able to download a two hour movie not in six minutes. But in three point six seconds. That's how long it will take the download a movie. Cisco says mobile data traffic is going to grow seven hundred percent by twenty twenty one to. Forty-nine expedites a month. This is due in large part to the internet of things. Everything around us cars kitchen appliances wearables. All of this is going to be connected to the internet and essentially says five G is going to generate five hundred billion dollars for the economy and create three million new jobs. Cisco says that by just next year there will be more than thirty billion devices connected to the internet and PWS's says it's all going to add fifteen trillion dollars to the world economy by twenty thirty. This is the subject of exponential technologies. You hear me talking about this a lot on this radio show? Because these innovations that are radically.
UN Coordinator in South Pacific highlights need to boost funding against climate change
"Threat to the traditional way of life across the Pacific region is climate change Sesimbra Marinez UN resident coronated for the twentieth. Islands that make up similar Cook Islands new into Okello in an interview with you a news head of UN secretary general and tonic attacks visit to the region these weekend, she says it's vital to make sure that funding continues to help mitigate the worst effects of global warming, while also ensuring sustainable development Paulina Greer spoke to miss marina school on a recent visit to UN headquarters in New York, so long the foreign countries a four nations I cover I also oversee the development of tequila Tokelau, as I mentioned is small nation in the Pacific that covers fourteen that has fourteen hundreds inhabitants distributed across three atoll's small atolls that are very far apart from each other and talk. Are like I lands atolls are very very low level islands and the only access to talk allow is one boat that travels from some oh art to each of this Riyadh also to fucker for McConnell and tough. How to reach the first at all is a twenty four to twenty six hour, both right? And then another nine hours would be necessary to move forward to the second and the third atoll from the third atoll returning to some more is literally a fifty hour straight trip off the ball. So there's just one vote connecting this nation would the rest of the world and primarily would somewhat as as the first stop and. We have run UN missions to talk allow. So they'll my first one was last April. Andrea preparing another one right now in which a had twelve representatives of U N agencies traveling to talk allow by this boat. That is called metallic is a sixty passenger boats. It's very small boat that Braves the very wild Pacific to get to those atoll's. Of course, when we speak about resilience. It's difficult to imagine any nation that is more resilient than tequila. They leave on fishing obviously, and on some very little farming tarot farming dirt start and some fruit farming, and obviously pig-farming so they consume a lot of work meet and the very little production. Very tall expertise, primarily transferring some fruit to New Zealand, they are non-self-governing territory of New Zealand. That's how it's called and with major problems in terms of waste management, for instance. But still the first nation in the Pacific to be one hundred percents powered by solar energy. And that was project that was supported by the United Nations and also funded by New Zealand, the atoll's are extremely exposed to climate change and one last line of defense is the reef and this is common to all of the islands in the Pacific. So the reef as practically breaking the power. Our off the water to destroy the shores when such whether events take place. So the health of the reef is honest sleep alive saving approach for those islands in the Pacific, and for talk allow in particular, so ensuring that the reef is alive that the there is bio-diversity in India reef as fundamental to the long survival of of those nations. So we work a lot on with global environment facility financing on to reach to reef that's the title of our interventions to again, rebuilt marine ecosystems and ensuring that they provide Ford to those nations, but they are also protecting those nations against global warming. The same applies to some o- are and to newer and to Cook Islands. So that's an area in which we are heavily involved across you an agency's to ensure again that marina causes are protected. So we ensure that parts of the year there is no fishing in those areas and communities are very good in overseeing the marina, go system development, restoring restoration. And the tourists miss also protective of the Marine Corps system. Stories miss one of the sources of public revenues in in those countries. So we are aware of the fact that some of the developments associated with climate change will continue in a world of two degrees. Increasing in temperature. There should be a lot of investment made in small island states to ensure that again, they build the walls, and they say. Cure their small populations. Financing is not obviously easy as I mentioned traditional financing behind Development Corporation is not necessarily enough for small island states to be able to survive. So we are trying as much as possible to be more creative. We look into green bonds in the Pacific to support climate. Adopt a climate mitigation, primarily saw resorting to renewable energy completely. And we also look into attracting more impacting basement, very importantly on digital transformation as well. Darrow well-connected through submarine, cables and building digital markets creating digital entrepreneurship opportunities for people in the Pacific as important. They like skill. So as a lot of investment right now in skills, digital skills, and and digital literacy in the Pacific realizing that the digital economy can over. Come some of the physical distances that those countries are, unfortunately, dealing with on a on a on a permanent basis. Do you think that that will entice young people to stay on the islands? Definitely. So so there are a series of challenges that come with again is elation and lack of opportunity so migration continues to be of concern to those islands, Australia and New Zealand, for instance, provides training onside in those countries to young people. So that when they decide to try labor markets in New Zealand and Australia. They would be better prepared to be able to compete that comes after, you know, learning a series of lessons because some of the migration of the Pacific, and it up in those countries not necessarily being able to secure job and to secure a good paying job and to be able to support their families by. So remittances as a as a result of high migration represent and other important, incoming financial flow revenue flow into those countries. So we are looking into ensuring that young people have skills have skills that are relevant to their own markets and primarily digital transformation and penetration of technology in those islands would offer job opportunities. So building skills is important. And we think that yes, digital businesses would allow them to operate from their own islands and secure an income for for their families. But again, the skills gap is of concern, and we are prioritizing that in our work moving forward. We also hope that among small island states. There is more transfer of of lessons that something that the United Nations can broker and that. Again was the lower transaction costs. We give them access to knowledge. And if I can speak about the project that is very dear to my heart will look into creating access to knowledge us as a public good in the Pacific and in small island states, those countries because of isolation have not had the opportunity to access cutting edge research and being able to read scientific journals and being able to read text books if you wish and that's a big concern as we can imagine any sustainable development of access to knowledge is not possible. So that trying to do with hopefully, the support of the dark hammer showed librarians is to build digital content in the Pacific digital libraries that on one hand would digitized. What they have their own research their map. Stor documentaries their music, their artifacts understanding that this is a culture that we need to preserve. While also developing platform of partnerships for them to be able to again, access journals, and and research and studies and books and maps of the world.
Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroid
"Japan's I was the two spacecraft is briefly touched down on the surface of the asteroid riot go to collect samples for eventual retentive worth the spacecraft. I fight a small project out of the asteroid surface to loosen material. And then briefly landed at the impact side to collect the asteroidal rocks and soil sixteen twenty one seventy three right? You GU is a potentially hazardous near near earth. Object belonging to the Apollo group of earth crossing asteroids, the nine hundred and fifty meter wide diamond shaped space rock is a red type of asteroid known as a special type c g it includes properties of both common carbonaceous or high carbon seatac asteroids as well as relatively ridge e type asteroids, which contain strong ultraviolet absorption Phages suggesting Folles silicate minerals such as clays or mica Ryacudu orbits the sun. Enrich. Your grade that is in the opposite direction of the planet at a distance of between zero point nine six and one point four one Esther nominal unit every four hundred seventy four earth days and astronomical unit being the average distance between the earth and the sun a better hundred and fifty million kilometres or eight light minutes as for the name Ragu. Will it's Japanese for dragon palace, and it refers to a magical underwater palace in Japanese folklore were fishermen travelled on the back of a turtle returning home later with a mysterious box much like high the two returning with asteroid samples the Japan. Aerospace exploration agency Jaksa is now waiting for confirmation that high bushes sample collection was successful. If it gets the, okay Lenny be the second time in history that a spacecraft is collected a sample from an asteroid, I listened to his predecessor the original high was undertook a similar operation during its mission to the asteroid Itokawa back in two thousand and five. However, it collected any few grains of dust following a series of problems during the first descente tempt and a projectile firing failure during the second attempt. However, those precious few grains were successfully returned worth being checked in a special sample return capsule. Which parachuted down into the woman rocket range in outback South Australia in twenty ten highbush the twos. Autonomous the sent to the service of riot is also being considered a high risk maneuver taking twenty six hours, the slowly drop the spacecraft from an altitude of about twenty kilometers down onto a desolate grey boulder strewn surface, which could easily damage the spacecraft bird mission manages believe that based on everything they can see that assent and sample collection went according to plan. This time round highbush the two locked onto a previously position. Reflective target Martha a region chosen by scientists as the safest place on the rock covered. Asteroid to attempt the landing the spacecraft then fired a project. Into the surface Justice. It was touching down kicking up some soil pebbles and rocky material which would then have been quickly scooped into a sample collection chamber. The high was the to orbiter is shed it apart ri- ago in December swooping patio theatre later where it will check to sample return capsule, which like its predecessor is designed to parachute down into the warmer. Rocket range in outback saffir stralia.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"And it was. It was something. It was really something. First of all he started talking, and he didn't talk about the national emergency or the wall or any of that for the first I don't know how long it felt like an eternity, but he was going on about trade and about China and Jonah and. North Korea and everything else. And then finally he's somehow got to the national emergency part of it. I'm going to be shining a national emergency. And it's been signed many times before. Yeah. It's been signed by other presidents, well, different emergency seventy seven or so it gave the president's to power real emergencies. There's rarely been a problem they signed it. Nobody cares. I guess they weren't very exciting when nobody cares. They signed it for far less important things. Some cases in many cases. Yeah. Far less important things like nine eleven like the hostage when the hostages were taken in Iran in nineteen seventy nine that. I mean. Nobody cares because they weren't exciting. The man is demented. He is. He is a sick individual. The interview is going to air on sixty minutes this Sunday, but Andrew McCabe, former FBI person who Trump fired with twenty six hours left to go before he was eligible to retire and get his pension. Nice guy that president. And. Andrew McCabe, his interview a for his book is going to be on sixty minutes Sunday night in which he says there were actual discussions about invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove Donald Trump from office. Now, some have denied it a rod Rosenstein, apparently is denying the fact that he is actually that he offered to wear a wire, according to McCabe on more than one occasion. Oh, but I- Tigris. The first thing you need to know is Donald Trump is such an asshole. He's got such a bloated sense of self is. You know, he's he is a narcissist. We've discussed that before. And he he he sort of in his own discombobulated, delusional way, laid out his case for. No, he didn't really out a case for it being a national emergency. But know, he rambled on about why he should have his wall and how he was going to declare it a national emergency. Even though it isn't really one. And then he admitted it's not really an emergency. So. But I'm declaring it one. Anyway, I wanna do it faster wants Wants to do it. to do it longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. And I don't have to do it for the election. I've already done a lot of wall. What for the election what twenty twenty and they only measured. We're up. You're talking about this is because of the election because they want to try and win an election, which it looks like they're not going to be able to do. And this is one of the ways they think they can possibly win is by obstruction and a lot of other nonsense. And I think that I just want to get it done faster. He just wants to get it done faster. I didn't really have to do this. So what he said was this is not really an emergency. If it was really an emergency. He would have done something two years ago or throughout the two years when he controlled all of government, the Republicans control the White House the Senate and the house of representatives. He could've pushed through any funding Bill. He wanted. Because the Democrats were toothless they were powerless. They they didn't have any majority. And yes, he is a dumb. Fuck looking at the YouTube chat room. Someone just said dumb fuck, and he is one. So that in fact, what's his name, Kellyanne Conway's, husbands, George Conway tweeted out something to the effect of this needs to be the let me see if I can find it real fast..
"twenty six hours" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"But but social customer care goes to the actual service that customers have with companies through social media channels, such as you no longer have to pick up the phone and call a company you can tweak to the company you can get on Facebook. You can instant message them you can connect through Lincoln. There's there's multiple channels that you can connect with the customer, and it has nothing to do with picking up the phone and calling customer support. Although guests who responds often are the same people that. Would have picked up the phone. You just doing it on a different channel. And what's happened? We did a study. And we took a look at all the social proof that people are more and more inclined to pick up their mobile device and not use it for the phone. But for the app that's on there to connect with their customers. So it's pretty exciting. And it only gets stronger and stronger every year. Now, I know that preparation for this call you told me that there was reactive versus proactive social estimate care can you elaborate on that. A little bit shirt reactive is exactly what it sounds like a somebody, by the way, a social channel might be a review site like trip advisor or yell and a company says oh my gosh. Somebody posted something on there. We need to respond and usually they're only responding by the way to the negative reviews or somebody tweets out something that's negative in. That catches the eye of somebody at the company that's reactive and by the way, nothing wrong with being reactive because I believe that the moment somebody makes that tweet if it's negative you need. To respond in a matter of minutes, not hours even days, and it really crazy. The number of days actually, the average responses on some of these channels. It's not minutes days. I gotta I got to give you a little quick little antidote. Yeah. There are some major platform. And I can't remember what it was a major service that I was using big brand of conveniently forgotten their name because I don't want to give many PR, and I tweeted them, and I said, hey, your site is down and eight hours went by nothing twenty six hours went by. And they said, oh, tell us more will then I started looking at all their tweets almost all the tweets they were responding to every few minutes, but they were all twenty four to twenty six hours after the tweet was done. I mean, that's just the wrong way to do. It. Don't you agree one hundred percent wrong? It's think about if I want if I have a question if I want my question answered in seven hours or. Two thousand six hours. I'd wait twenty six hours. Right. Ask the question. Now, what's reasonable? And I'll ask you. What would you have been happy with our two hours max? And there's plenty of companies that say, you know, what that's that's their criteria. I work with FedEx. And even though it's not a written criteria. Their goal is to respond to customers within twenty minutes right up. So here's a great anecdote for you. I'm flying on American Airlines. I usually don't say the name of the airline. I tell you the initials a anonymous airlines airlines and I'm changing planes in Dallas. And I'm circling the airport because there's bad weather on the ground. And the captain comes on tells us, we're going to be delayed circling, and he says don't worry all flights are being delayed. Well, of course, I have my computer open, and I've connected to the WI fi on board. And I could see that. Yes. Almost every fight is delayed except for the one I'm connecting to. So I go on Twitter, and I direct message American airline. Give given my frequent flyer number. I tell them flying around Dallas up above a delayed. I'm gonna miss my connection. Please help in under ten minutes. I get a response back. You are protected on the next flight. Thanks for being a customer. That's awesome. Yeah. And by the way, not just wants to happen. So I'm not saying it's going to happen every time. But so far it has not gone would. But that's what what has to happen now. Now, they they did react me. But in a different way, I didn't publicly place it in by the way..
"twenty six hours" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Observations about Meyer when your opinions of what was going on at Florida before me to before heightened social awareness, would we be moving at the speed with the Ohio State University to be doing this three years ago with these same facts on the table. No, Bob twenty. Six hours ago, I asked a former Ohio State player as this story was breaking. I said, do you think he'll survive? He told me, yes. I said why? He said because he wanted to national championship because he's all they have there. He is. He is Ohio State, but that that was an interesting view, but that's an old school view. But the second story got out the second. We saw pictures. It blew up on him and I give the university a modicum of credit. I mean, they they could have covered it up yesterday, like we'll show they're in crisis. Otherwise, they have another crisis boiling Molyneaux team portion of the allegations. I give them too much credit, but put it being put on administrative leave. It's pretty, it's pretty a pro forma move and the football program, the centerpiece of a one hundred and eighty five million dollar athletic budget, third largest in the country. Paul finebaum always great to speak with you. Thanks so much. As we continue. I even viewing the story through the lens of football shortsighted, and frankly, to some offensive. Computer execute twelve point, four p. operation. Optimizing algorithm running encryption, packet alpha, Knight, Knight. Oh, I don't feel so good. What? What is it computer? Is it hot in here? It feels hot in here. I feel a little clammy. I should lie down or something a computer with a virus. Surprising. What's not surprising how much you could save by switching to Geico those oysters. Rockefeller were a mistake. Geico. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more..
"twenty six hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So keep keep in mind i don't know how he does this i'm serious i don't know how he does this he could be the biggest liberal on the planet i'd say i don't know how he does this i'll be seventy two he could use seek it drop a few lb's i don't think he's an exercise where he plays golf but he probably drives a cart so it's not like he's in great shape physically but at the same time physically is in great shape he must have just incredible jeans the dude by all accounts was up for twenty six hours straight it's crazy then he gets at a plane flies home now i'm sure on the plane he got lots of sleep but then again i'm wondering how much because he's he was tweeting from he's air tweeting waving for the play what you call it air tweeting he's tweeting tweets you know what i mean maybe as he just gets a thought and asleep and he just goes for it that's how we got kofi maybe he's getting better i mean and he's it starts eighteen hours ago so he's in the plane eighteen hours ago he's in the plane crash you wonder he should be asleep he's got a nice bedroom in that thing heading back home from singapore after truly amazing visit great progress was made on denuclearization of north korea hostages are back home will be getting the remains of our great heroes back to their families no missiles shot no research happening sites closing next tweet got along great with kim jong un who wants to see wonderful things for his country as i said earlier today anyone can make war but only the most courageous can make peace okay here is the video a story of opportunity that i shared with kim jong hoon.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"We're you know cohen on cohan's so i'm like wow okay so fast forward i'm having this conversation i said yeah i'm jewish she says you know what this days about i just the day that i guess especially everybody comes to pray at the at the at the wall he goes no this is the day that all the cohenim come to bless everyone and a my mouth is a gaping and he goes are you a cohen i go yeah he says do you realize you're here today with all your brethren to bless everybody that's physically in this place that's so that was really intense and it was horrible weather leading up to that day we were we were so lucky it was completely also so lucky have you had to call off some shoots because the weather we've never done i know we've been really fortunate i mean shoots that haven't worked years earlier i i did i did a picture of the grand canyon the first one i did i shot from it was on actually the indian land and it's a very famous japanese architect who created this it looks like a gigantic magnet that's clear it's a walkway that literally floats over the canyon and i thought how wouldn't that be cool that'll be my human narrative people walking on this abstract you know this this clear sort of a horseshoe in the middle of the grand canyon and i did this photograph i spent literally twenty six hours photographing from this place and when i looked at the imaging roughed it in i realized that the actual architecture overpowered the grand canyon and so i realized that's not the photograph i wanna make it's it's i wanted to i i don't want to over into the grand canyon is the thing that i'm trying to capture and i wanted to somehow contextual as you manage in a way with it that that was much more harmonious than allowing like this zeppelin every shot start at dawn oh yeah and prideaux actually don't and there's sometimes that i actually get to a location in daylight where i have to set up daylight because it's too difficult to actually access at night so you know like a example when i was in the.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"My colleagues came to me is that john should we do met in my office we plan and plan we decided at the same time on the same day we will have a sit in in the whale of the house first time in history electric members of congress floor of the house for more than twenty six hour all democratic members in almost every democratic senator came over and join us it'd be may do again we may do it not just john violent but we have more than eight hundred thousand dreamers these young people came here's little children we them we need to set him on a path to citizenship we may have to turn the congress upside down in iraq and upside down you said it right side up as we get taxing you've been on both sides in the young person ready to turn congress upside down and now your member of congress congress have been arrested five time and i'm probably going to get it again with something okay.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I was going to enter a song in a contest here grants you're going to enter one of your songs roker nina look again reported so i got to do that curses ran out of the room inspire him we have we have someone a recording studio i know as well as radio i know hate me trump's war with us law enforcement has entered into a new phase and the drama began late friday night with the firing of deputy director deputy director andrew mccabe just twenty six hours before he would have qualified for full federal pension spurs it all ended sunday last night with a with a with a slew of presidential tweets that attacks mccabe former fbi director james combing special counsel robert mueller by name which i thought was interesting he never really attack retailer by name here to kind of break all that stuff down is is former new york congressman john loboda boots blasts is his website he is a frequent contributor pretty big networks as well be called podcast he wouldn't let me let me help you get your podcast going what's how can people listened to your podcast it's called revolution underscore the podcast you can get.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Dear chris wray announced that we're becky was out that followed republicans in congress taking shots at rubik trying to construe him as a partisan also the general counsel of the fbi james baker who remains at the fbi for nail but he has mysteriously been reassigned to a job nobody can describe with responsibilities no one can name the president has also been taking shots at jim baker publicly and of course there's andrew mccabe deputy director of the fbi the president publicly denounced for months and who was getting retired out of the fbi at the ripe old age of forty nine until attorney general jeff sessions of fired him late friday night twenty six hours short of his retirement for months we've been reporting this that the clearing out of comas inner circle really looks like a coordinated concerted attempt to discredit not just james comey but also the witnesses who could corroborate commes account of his interactions with president trump all the time that we've been reporting this none of those witnesses themselves has ever actually spoken publicly about this none of them has ever confirmed that what this looks like from the outside is also what it feels like and looks like from the inside until there is this blistering statement that was just released by andrew mccabe after he was fired on friday night it says in part quote here is the reality i am being singled out and treated this way because of the role i played the actions i took and the events i witnessed in the aftermath of the firing of james comey the release of this report was celebrated only after my testimony to the house intelligence committee revealed that i would corroborate former director combs account of his discussions with the president helpfully underscoring that point president trump responded to that statement by unleashing an avalanche of tweets attacking andrew mccabe and james comey and robert muller and then his russia lawyer john dowd called for the special counsel investigation to be shut down.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Rather than one of confrontation i tend to find i agree we agree on more things than we disagree on and one of the things that i he and i clearly agreed on was the fact that there shouldn't be those artificial barriers and this is something where a worker oughta have the right to work as much as they want to it's not like school bus drivers or it's like a yeah we got you working the fourth shift you've been on the road in eighteen hours or twenty six hours or whatever it is and you're driving our school kids home now that's something that they need to be addressed i'm not sure if it needs requires government intervention but i think there ought to be some sort of standard that the school has that says school bus drivers can't drive twenty six hours a day but i don't think it's right for the guy who works at the bakery who owns the bakery for the government to say to him you gotta close your doors once a week because you need a break says who who are you to tell me when i need a break you have any idea how many hours i work go screw yourself i got mouths defeat i got workers who need to work i got guys who are dying to work that extra shift because they need the money so go screw yourself stay off my back stay out of my business you don't know anything about what i do this is the beautiful this crazy thing about government is the people passing the laws don't actually have any idea how the business works none because they've never run a frigging business because they never run a bakery and if you haven't ever run a bakery then you shouldn't be writing legislation about when they should be open when they should be closed.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on AM Joy
"Of service and you need to reach the age of the the so reready at twenty more years but he didn't reach the age twenty six hours or of being fifty years old that's not be a reason look you're gonna tell me the session the thirty general of the united states who lied to congress when he went to go get confirmed at all no i never spoke to the right said who is of part and parcel of this ida administration that we have donald trump's yeah mr itell the true all of the time i'm not going to judge men on andrew mccabe twenty six hours before no this was mean this was been dictated and we should have a little balance that's all i'm doing have you heard back from mr mackay on your offer no haven't heard haven't heard back from them but i hope that he comes by and look i'm being very very clear very transparent if this resolves the issue on the other hand quite honestly if wants to stay and work in the office through july the second of twenty nineteen which is my last day in congress he's welcome to come and work with you know on the judiciary committee i'm one of the proponents the articles of impeachment of this president and we love and we are sure that he could be of great value great service to us on the judiciary there because i want to read you what the chairman of the committee that you serve on the house shake many bob goodlatte had to say about the firing of andrew mccabe said i applaud attorney general jeff sessions for taking action and firing former fbi director andrew mccabe prior to his scheduled retirement mr caves actions of tarnished reputation on the fbi america's premiere law agency what do you make of republicans including the chairman of your committee attacking andrew mccabe and applauding him being fired such that he could not get his pension.
"twenty six hours" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"One of a great time to be able to play offense beaten are being alignment i repeat it you'll be able now with the heater but the on my head i was this you know wide receiver tight end fast feels very athletic player in the reality is wanted within the mureaux near the fact i so i always tried to smoke and mirrors is much there could be an athlete well see you say that but i know that you are a heck of an athlete in high school and that's one of the things i wanted to get into 'cause i try to make sure i love getting into the background on guys and in particular on you i knew you grow up outside of philly but i want the listeners to know what kind of athletes a lot of times nfl offensive lineman which are by definition pretty much the worst athletes on the field in the nfl but still what kinda athletes they really are so what position did you play high school football i know he played hoops still to give us a little bit of a background on on the type athlete you were in high school they get a better idea yeah i think it's important to me it's one of the things that i you're trying stress yours a coach in your father your with two teenage boys you myself i was i was a force ford athletes who played football in the fall and then went uh probably about a maybe twenty six hours in between uh basketball season and then played basketball.